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Equal Employment Opportunity & Diversity - Who We Are

Monday, April 09, 2012

Equal Employment Opportunity & Diversity

Who We Are

The Intelligence Community(IC) Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity (EEOD) Office is responsible for the overall management of the ODNI EEO and Diversity Program, and provides IC-wide oversight and guidance in developing, implementing, and measuring progress in EEO, diversity, and inclusion. The Chief, IC EEOD is the principle advisor to the DNI and IC senior leaders on issues related to equity, fairness, diversity, and inclusion, and reports directly to the DNI.  The IC EEOD Office is responsible for developing, implementing, and measuring performance against the five year ODNI Diversity and Inclusion Plan, the five year IC EEO and Diversity Strategic Plan, and the ODNI Management Directive 715 EEO Program Status Report. 

The IC EEOD Office is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants on the basis of merit and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, and physical or mental disability. The objective is to promote full realization of equal employment opportunity through a continuing affirmative employment program that aims to eliminate discrimination based on factors irrelevant to job performance.


History 

Intelligence Community (IC) senior leaders believe strongly that diversity is a mission-critical imperative, essential to ensuring our Nation's security and success in the war on terror. To combat new, global, and increasingly complex national security threats, the IC must employ, develop, and retain a dynamic, agile workforce that reflects diversity in its broadest context cultural backgrounds, ethnicity, race, gender,  age, disability, gender identify, heritage, language proficiency, and perspectives . While the IC continues to move forward in achieving these goals, much more needs to be done to accelerate our progress and focus on results in diversity and inclusion.

In early 2006, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) appointed the first Chief of EEO for the IC and made the decision soon thereafter to merge this office with the IC Diversity Strategies Division (formerly in the IC Chief Human Capital Office) to better integrate EEO and diversity functions and leverage resources. This new Office of IC EEO and Diversity (EEOD) reports directly to the DNI. In addition to its IC-wide responsibilities, IC EEOD also provides these services for the ODNI workforce and organization. In July 2005, the DNI issued his first DNI's Policy Statement on Diversity to the IC.

IC EEOD Hotline – 703-874-8360

EEOD links

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Intelligence Integration - What We Do

Monday, April 09, 2012

Intelligence Integration

What We Do

The DDII's primary missions are:

- Manage and support the National Intelligence Manager teams as a unifying and integrating force for national intelligence analysis, collection, plans, and operations across intelligence disciplines and functions.

- Develop and implement the Unifying Intelligence Strategies to address the nation's most pressing national security concerns and persistent and emerging threats.

- Through the National Intelligence Council, deliver strategic intelligence analysis on regional and transnational issues of high importance to the Intelligence Community's (IC’s) most senior customers.

- Working with ODNI Enablers and the IC, provide integrated solutions to address major IC mission and enterprise opportunities, challenges, and gaps.

- Oversee the production of the President's Daily Briefing to support the President and other senior policy and military officials.

- In coordination with the National Intelligence Analysis and Production Board and the IC analytic schoolhouses, raise the quality of analytic tradecraft throughout the Community.

- Evaluate the IC’s progress against UIS challenges and gaps, facilitating DDII’s and the NIMs’ ability to conduct integrated mission management.

- In support of the NIMs and the UIS process, develop standards and requirements for integration of national intelligence operations.

- Engage other elements of the ODNI staff as well as national intelligence Functional Managers to drive their enabling operations.

- Perform mission oversight, program development, alignment, and implementation of improved intelligence collection and analysis tradecraft, capabilities, and operations through greater integration.

Intelligence Integration - Who We Are

Monday, April 09, 2012

Intelligence Integration

Who We Are

The Office of the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Intelligence Integration (DDII) was established in October 2010 under the leadership of Robert T. Cardillo to work toward the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper’s vision of a fully integrated Intelligence Community. 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.



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