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Chief Human Capital Office - What We Do

Monday, April 09, 2012

IC Chief Human Capital Officer

What We Do

Ensuring the security of our nation requires hiring, training, and retaining a highly skilled and connected intelligence workforce. The IC’s mission is to make the Nation secure; an integrated intelligence community employing critical workforce skills at the right place and the right time is essential to that purpose. The Human Capital function and its attendant business processes, practices and tools enabling the IC’s mission.

As directed by the DNI, the ADNI/HC represents the general Human Capital servicing requirements for the IC as the IC Chief Human Capital Officer (IC CHCO).

IC entities operate together, sharing information and talent, to achieve the overall mission, accomplishing a shared goal through five core focus areas:

  1. Workforce Planning and Competencies
  2. Outreach and Policy
  3. Foreign Language Program
  4. Intelligence Learning Network (Includes Joint Duty Program)
  5. Business Office (Includes IC Awards Program and HC Information Systems)

Collectively, these core areas focus on developing the individual, enabling the IC to meet current and future mission requirements through attention to five objectives. These include striving to develop diverse pools of talent, recruit and retain the best for our workforce, provide them with career-long education/training opportunities, engage and motivate our employees through a sustained culture of excellence, and groom future leaders.

Chief Human Capital Office - Who We Are

Monday, April 09, 2012

IC Chief Human Capital Officer

Who We Are

The Office of the Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Human Capital, Deborah Kircher, is made up of mission support professionals dedicated to Intelligence Community stakeholder needs.

They are strategic direction providers and IC advocates who primarily focus on profunctions and programs including:

CHCO Documents

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Pre-publication Review

Friday, April 18, 2014

Chief Information Officer

Pre-publication Review

The goal of the Pre-Pub Team is to prevent the unauthorized disclosure of information and ensure the mission of the ODNI and the foreign relations and security of the United States are not adversely affected by public disclosure.

Any information destine to be made available in a public forum is required to be reviewed by the Pre-Pub Team before it can be released.

Pre-publication review applies to current and former ODNI staff, including cadre, detailees, and contractors, who have access to classified information. Submissions for review fall into two publication categories:

Non-Official – personal, professional, or commercial use that will be made available to the public. Examples include resumes, books, op-eds, personal blogs

Official – created as part of official duties for or on behalf of the ODNI, the DNI, the Intelligence Community, or the U.S. Government that will be made available to the public. Examples include speeches, newsletters, official web pages, outreach documents, brochures.

The Pre-Pub Team coordinates its reviews with other IC agencies, as needed, and provides a single consolidated response to the requestor.

The Review Process

1. Write the article, or other material using:

      • UNCLASSIFIED sources only
      • No anonymous sources
      • Source citations within the document (do not list sources only at the end)

2. Ensure internal Division or Office review process has been executed

3. Submit your Pre-Pub Review request (you will receive an automatic reply confirming your request) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  When doing so be sure to:

      • Include any previous review approvals you have received for your submission (i.e., from ODNI Pre-Pub or other Agency Pre-Pub group)
      • Provide all sourcing for cited materials that are not easily accessible via the Internet (failure to onclude all source material may delay your request)

4. Protect the publication from release until approved from the DNI Pre-Pub Team

5. Receive approval from the DNI Pre-Pub Team and publish

Pre-Pub Documents

  • Instruction 80.04, Pre-publication review of Information to be Publicly Released
  • Pre-Pub Brochure
  • Pre-Pub FAQs

Contact Information

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