We unify our intelligence community toward a stronger, safer nation



Our mission is to lead intelligence integration and forge an intelligence community that delivers the most insightful intelligence possible
Who We Are

How We Work

The core mission of the ODNI is to lead the IC in intelligence integration, forging a community that delivers the most insightful intelligence possible. ODNI’s National Centers integrate and coordinate the activities of the entire IC, or in some cases, broader U.S. Government in the IC’s major mission areas: counterterrorism, counterintelligence and security, counterproliferation, cyberintegration and counterinfluence. Learn More


NCTC leads U.S. counterterrorism efforts, fusing foreign and domestic CT information, providing terrorism analysis and sharing information with partners across the CT enterprise.

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NCSC leads the integration of the U.S. government’s counterintelligence and security activities focused on countering threats to information and assets critical to the nation’s security.

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NCBC leads the Intelligence Community and interagency to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, their delivery systems, related technologies and expertise.

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CTIIC leads the integration of cyber threat intelligence to inform national interests, support national cyber policy and planning efforts, and coordinate an IC-wide approach to cyber collection and investment.

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FMIC leads the Intelligence Community and interagency to counter the enduring threats posed by hostile foreign actors seeking to influence government, public opinion, and behaviors through overt or covert means.

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Intelligence Community Assessments & Reports

Unclassified IC assessments and reports to inform the public about national security issues consistent with our Principals of Intelligence Transparency and the protection of sources and methods.

Global Trends: A More Contested World

This publication is published every four years by the National Intelligence Council to serve as an unclassified strategic assessment on the key trends that might shape our world over the next 20 years

The AIM Initiative: Augmenting Intelligence Using Machines

This document outlines how the IC will incorporate AIM capabilities in a manner that resolves key IC legal, policy, cultural, technical, and structural challenges.

Election Security

The IC is committed to protecting our democratic processes and institutions from foreign influence and interference.

Engaging with the Private Sector

The IC engages with the private sector as a priority focus area for the ODNI.

Declassified Tet Offensive Documents

The Tet Offensive was a series of surprise attacks launched by the North Vietnamese Army and the Viet Cong on January 30, 1968. Fifty years later, related documents have become declassified.


The Intelligence Community

The DNI serves as the head of the Intelligence Community. The U.S. Intelligence Community is a coalition of 18 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.


Why Work Here?

The Intelligence Community provides dynamic careers to talented professionals in almost every career category. The ODNI is a senior-level agency that provides oversight to the Intelligence Community. ODNI is primarily a staff organization that employs subject-matter experts in the areas of collection, analysis, acquisition, policy, human resources, and management.