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Organization

Intelligence Integration - Who We Are

Intelligence Integration

Who We Are

The Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Intelligence Integration (DDII) was established in October 2010 to work toward the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper’s vision of a fully integrated Intelligence Community. In August 2014 Mr. Michael P. Dempsey became the Deputy Director for Intelligence Integration, having previously served as Assistant Deputy Director for Intelligence Integration.

Within DDII, regional and functional National Intelligence Managers (NIMs) develop Unifying Intelligence Strategies (UIS) for geographic and topic areas. The UISs serve as a roadmap to help the Intelligence Community work together on the highest-priority intelligence issues.

  • The National Intelligence Management Council (NIMC) is the headquarters element for the National Intelligence Managers who serve as the DNI’s principal advisors for their assigned regional and functional mission areas. The NIMs assist the DNI by strategically aligning the IC against the Nation’s intelligence priorities.
  • The National Intelligence Council (NIC) serves as a bridge between the intelligence and policy communities, a source of deep substantive expertise on intelligence issues, and a facilitator of IC collaboration and outreach.
  • The President’s Daily Briefing Staff (PDB) organizes the IC’s daily intelligence reporting to the President and cabinet members.
  • The Mission Integration Division (MID) works to leverage Intelligence Community analytic, collection and other capabilities to advance the priorities of the NIMs. Working with ODNI Enablers, Functional Managers and IC components, MID develops integrated efforts to address NIM mission and enterprise challenges, tackle identified intelligence gaps, and assess community progress against IC priorities.



Legislative Affairs - What We Do

Legislative Affairs

What We Do

OLA’s mission is to act as the principal interface between the ODNI (and the IC on certain issues) and Congress. Its charge is to facilitate the implementation of those sections of the National Security Act of 1947, as amended, which stipulate that the heads of the IC agencies shall “keep the Congressional intelligence committees fully and currently informed of all intelligence activities of the United States.  This is accomplished through hearings, budget documentation, briefings, Congressional Notifications, written reports, site visits, correspondence, phone calls, and emails.

OLA provides support and legislative strategies to senior ODNI leadership; leads Congressional engagements on behalf of the ODNI; obtains Congressional support for ODNI/IC budget requests and authorities/policies; and in coordination with the Office of the General Counsel provides IC views and support to the White House and National Security Council Staff on legislative matters.

Legislative Affairs - Who We Are

Legislative Affairs

Who We Are

The Office of Legislative Affairs acts as the principal interface between the ODNI and Congress.

OLA is led by the Director of Legislative Affairs and consists of four teams composed of subject matter expert liaison officers whose mission is to guide and support ODNI offices and components in their interactions with Congress. 




Policy Division

Policy & Strategy

Policy Division

The mission of the Policy Division in the Office of the Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Policy and Strategy (OADNI/P&S) is to manage a unified, effective, and accountable policy process, based on a philosophy of communication, integration, and collaboration, to advance the transformation of the Intelligence Community (IC).

The Policy Division is charged with developing, coordinating, and maintaining policy for the IC. The Division seeks to establish an integrated and transformed IC through the promulgation of enduring policies that address executive direction, legislative requirements, and IC priorities.

IC policy is designed to strengthen the ability of the DNI to lead the IC as a unified enterprise, emphasize intelligence integration as the consistent organizing principle, and enable each IC agency to perform its missions and functions.

The Policy Division establishes a work plan with inputs from ODNI and IC leadership. By working closely with both ODNI and IC stakeholders, the Policy Division develops policies through a deliberate, collaborative, and iterative process.  As law, national direction, and requirements change, the Policy Division reviews and revises policy as appropriate to maintain relevancy and currency.


IC Policy




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