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The activities below describe some of the new opportunities for the Private Sector to work with and collaborate with the ODNI.

To learn more, visit the websites listed, or email the POCs provided below.


Shaping Future Cyber Threat Analyses and Production – The National Intelligence Manager for Cyber (NIM-Cyber) welcomes private sector feedback on cyber threat intelligence reports and briefings, particularly with regard to their accessibility, actionability, and timeliness. Regular feedback helps drive content improvement processes and provides ODNI with an improved understanding of victims and targets. Feedback is welcome on the following: Cyber Threat Framework (CTF) and the 2018 Key Challenges in CTI. Feedback can be provided to the ODNI via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) – IARPA works closely with the private sector through multiple venues including: Open Solicitations, Prize Challenges, Proposer’s Days, and Requests for Information. For details on all of the opportunities to work with the ODNI through IARPA.


Acquisition, Procurement & Facilities (AP&F) – AP&F works closely with the private sector through multiple venues including:

    • IC Enterprise Agreements:  Industry Partners interested in establishing an IC-wide Enterprise Agreement to provide software, services, or appliances may contact Phil McConnell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; or Jeff Winkeljohn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a brief statement of your intent and capabilities.
    • IC Acquisition Resource Center (IC ARC): The following two web sites are available for those exploring opportunities to do business with the IC. Companies and their employees must register for access, and companies will be added to a contractor registry. More detailed information is available at each site. Each site provides additional guidance for efforts that require contractors with TS SCI clearances. These sites are used by more than just NRO and NSA to advertise business opportunities.

Election Security Information Needs – The IC supports a whole-of-government approach to prevent foreign adversaries from using U.S. elections to undermine confidence in our democracy, sow divisions in our society and promote their agendas. If you are involved in elections, please report any potential indications that foreign actors may be interfering in U.S. elections to the FBI or DHS. An overview of foreign threats to U.S. elections, along with a list of potential indicators of foreign adversary activities, can be found at: DNI NCSC Elections Brochure

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Inspector General of the Intelligence Community (ICIG) Michael K. Atkinson joined other senior officials from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) for a discussion with Howard University Law School students enrolled in a national security law class. The ODNI IC Equal Employment Opportunity & Diversity office sponsored the event with the support and participation of the Office of General Counsel (OGC), Office of Civil Liberties, Privacy, and Transparency (CLPT), National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), and ICIG.

OPERATING STATUS:  OPEN – 2 HOURS DELAYED ARRIVAL

The ODNI is OPEN under 2 hours DELAYED ARRIVAL and Employees have the Option for Unscheduled Leave.

All ODNI facilities are open and operational.  Employees should plan to arrive for work no more than 2 hours later than they would be expected to arrive.

ODNI operating status can also be checked by calling: 1-866-940-6919

OPERATING STATUS:  OPEN – 2 HOURS EARLY DISMISSAL

The ODNI is OPEN. A two-hour early dismissal has been authorized for today, Tuesday, Jan. 29.

All ODNI facilities are open and operational.

ODNI operating status can also be checked by calling: 1-866-940-6919

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