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Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency

Central Intelligence Agency

  • Central Intelligence Agency
    From the website: "Our Mission:

    Preempt threats and further US national security objectives by collecting intelligence that matters, producing objective all-source analysis, conducting effective covert action as directed by the President, and safeguarding the secrets that help keep our Nation safe."

Defence Intelligence Agency

  • Defense Intelligence Agency
    From the website: "Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is a Department of Defense (DOD) combat support agency. We produce, analyze, and disseminate military intelligence information to combat and non-combat military missions.

    We serve as the Nation’s primary manager and producer of foreign military intelligence and are a central intelligence producer and manager for the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), and the Unified Combatant Command."

Department of Homeland Security

  • Department of Homeland Security
    Mission
    The Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) mission is to equip the Homeland Security Enterprise with the intelligence and information it needs to keep the homeland safe, secure, and resilient.
    I&A’s mission is supported by four strategic goals:

    Promote Understanding of Threats Through Intelligence Analysis

    Collect Information and Intelligence Pertinent to Homeland Security

    Share Information Necessary for Action

    Manage Intelligence for the Homeland Security Enterprise

Department of State Bureau of Intelligence and Research

  • Department of State Bureau of Intelligence and Research
    From the website: "The Bureau of Intelligence and Research's (INR) primary mission is to harness intelligence to serve U.S. diplomacy.

    Drawing on all-source intelligence, INR provides value-added independent analysis of events to U.S. State Department policymakers; ensures that intelligence activities support foreign policy and national security purposes; and serves as the focal point in the State Department for ensuring policy review of sensitive counterintelligence and law enforcement activities around the world.

    The bureau also analyzes geographical and international boundary issues.

Federal Bureau of Investigation -- National Security Branch

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation -- National Security Branch
    From the website: "The National Security Branch (NSB)—created in September 2005 in response to a presidential directive—combines the missions and resources of our counterterrorism, counterintelligence, weapons of mass destruction, and intelligence elements under the leadership of a senior Bureau official.

    It also includes the Terrorist Screening Center, which plays a crucial role in providing actionable intelligence to state and local law enforcement, and the High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group, which gathers and applies the nation's best resources to collect intelligence from key terror suspects to prevent attacks against the U.S. and its allies."

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
    From the Office of the Director of National Intelligence: "The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency provides timely, relevant, and accurate geospatial intelligence in support of national security objectives. Information collected and processed by NGA is tailored for customer-specific solutions.

    By giving customers ready access to geospatial intelligence, NGA provides support to civilian and military leaders and contributes to the state of readiness of U.S. military forces. NGA also contributes to humanitarian efforts such as tracking floods and fires, and in peacekeeping. NGA is a Department of Defense Combat Support Agency."

National Reconnaissance Office

  • National Reconnaissance Office
    From the website: "The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) is the U.S. Government agency in charge of designing, building, launching, and maintaining America’s intelligence satellites.

    Whether creating the latest innovations in satellite technology, contracting with the most cost-efficient industrial supplier, conducting rigorous launch schedules, or providing the highest-quality products to our customers, we never lose focus on who we are working to protect: our Nation and its citizens."

National Security Agency/Central Security Service

  • National Security Agency/Central Security Service
    From the website of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence: "The National Security Agency/Central Security Service is the nation's cryptologic organization that coordinates, directs, and performs highly specialized activities to protect U.S. information systems and to produce foreign signals intelligence information. A high-technology organization, NSA is at the forefront of communications and information technology.

    NSA is also one of the most important centers of foreign language analysis and research within the U.S. government and is said to be the largest employer of mathematicians in the United States and perhaps the world. Founded in 1952, NSA is part of the Department of Defense and a member of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

    The Agency supports military customers, national policymakers, and the counterterrorism and counterintelligence communities, as well as key international allies."

Office of the Director of National Intelligence

  • Office of the Director of National Intelligence
    From the website: The mission of the ODNI is to:
    "Lead Intelligence Integration.
    Forge an Intelligence Community that delivers the most insightful intelligence possible.

    The U.S. Intelligence Community is a coalition of 17 agencies and organizations, including the ODNI, within the Executive Branch that work both independently and collaboratively to gather and analyze the intelligence necessary to conduct foreign relations and national security activities."

U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command

  • U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command
    From the website: "Mission Statement:

    Be the Army's one-stop-shop for intelligence - operating across all intelligence disciplines, leveraging strong relationships with every national intelligence agency, with physical and virtual presence in all theaters around the globe."

U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence

  • U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence
    From the website: "The duties performed by IS's include: identifying and producing intelligence from raw information; assembling and analyzing multi-source operational intelligence; collecting and analyzing communication signals using sophisticated computer technology; providing input to and receiving data from multiple computerized intelligence systems; preparing and presenting intelligence briefings; preparing planning materials for operational missions, conducting mission debriefings, analyzing results, and preparing reports; preparing graphics, overlays, and photo/map composites; plotting imagery data using maps and charts; and maintaining intelligence databases, libraries, and files."

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

  • U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration
    From the website: "Since its establishment in 1973, the DEA, in coordination with other federal, state, local, and foreign law enforcement organizations has been responsible for the collection, analysis, and dissemination of drug-related intelligence. The role of intelligence in drug law enforcement is critical.

    The DEA Intelligence Program helps initiate new investigations of major drug organizations, strengthens ongoing ones and subsequent prosecutions, develops information that leads to seizures and arrests, and provides policy makers with drug trend information upon which programmatic decisions can be based"

U.S. Department of Energy Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence

  • U.S. Department of Energy Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence
    From the website: "The Office protects vital national security information and technologies, representing intellectual property of incalculable value.

    Our distinctive contribution to national security is the ability to leverage the Energy Department’s unmatched scientific and technological expertise in support of policymakers as well as national security missions in defense, homeland security, cyber security, intelligence, and energy security."

U.S. Navy Office of Naval Intelligence

  • U.S. Navy Office of Naval Intelligence
    From the website of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence: "The Office of Naval Intelligence is the leading provider of maritime intelligence to the U.S. Navy and joint warfighting forces, as well national decision makers and other consumers in the Intelligence Community.

    Established in 1882, ONI specializes in the analysis, production and dissemination of vital, timely and accurate scientific, technical, geopolitical and military intelligence information to key consumers worldwide. ONI employs more than 3,000 military, civilian, mobilized reservists and contractor personnel worldwide, including analysts, scientists, engineers, specialists and technicians.

    While ONI is the largest Naval Intelligence organization with the largest concentration of Naval Intelligence civilians, most of Naval Intelligence is comprises active duty military personnel, serving throughout the world."

U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Intelligence and Analysis

  • U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Intelligence and Analysis
    From the Office of Director of National Intelligence website: "The Office of Intelligence and Analysis was established by the Intelligence Authorization Act for fiscal 2004. OIA is responsible for the receipt, analysis, collation, and dissemination of foreign intelligence and foreign counterintelligence information related to the operation and responsibilities of the Department of the Treasury.

    OIA is a component of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI). TFI marshals the Department’s intelligence and enforcement functions with the twin aims of safeguarding the financial system against illicit use and combating rogue nations, terrorist facilitators, weapons of mass destruction proliferators, money launderers, drug kingpins, and other national security threats."

United States Marine Corps -- Intelligence Department

  • United States Marine Corps -- Intelligence Department
    From the website: "The Intelligence Department is responsible for policy, plans, programming, budgets, and staff supervision of Intelligence and supporting activities within the United States Marine Corps.

    The Department has Service Staff responsibility for Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT), Advanced Geospatial Intelligence (AGI), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Counterintelligence (CI), and ensures there is a single synchronized strategy for the development of the Marine Corps Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Enterprise."
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