Policy & Strategy
National Intelligence Emergency Management
National Intelligence Emergency Management (NIEMA) provides for the framework, platforms, and systems to enable the Director of National Intelligence to lead an integrated and resilient IC enterprise capable of sustaining the “intelligence cycle” under any crisis or consequence management event, both at our headquarters and at our alternate operating locations.
The National Intelligence Strategy (NIS) outlines that the United States Intelligence Community must constantly strive for and exhibit three characteristics essential to our effectiveness; Integration, Agility, and Exemplification of American values. NIEMA’s vision is to utilize these three characteristics to allow us to be the key enabler for integration, collaboration, coordination, and facilitation of the IC’s resiliency enterprise framework.
We are responsible for leading the intelligence community’s emergency capabilities in support of key national preparedness, response, and recovery, and mitigation efforts including the National Continuity System, The Nuclear Command and Control System, The National Response Framework, The IC Critical Infrastructure Program, and the National Exercise Program.