ODNI Features

The United States Intelligence Community (IC), at the bipartisan request of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), reviewed 53 transcripts for classification. The IC made appropriate redactions, lowering the classification level of all 53 transcripts to UNCLASSIFIED.


Private Sector Engagement

Intelligence Community engagement with the private sector is a priority focus area for the ODNI. This feature is organized to help private sector partners navigate the ODNI.


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Today's terrorist landscape is more fluid and complex than ever. For this reason, counterterrorism remains a top priority for this Administration.


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In June 2014, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) began releasing statistics relating to the use of critical national security authorities, including the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), in an annual report called the Statistical Transparency Report Regarding Use of National Security Authorities (hereafter the Annual Statistical Transparency Report). Subsequent Annual Statistical Transparency Reports were released in 2015 and 2016.


View the CY2016 Statistical Transparency Report



Attendees of the Fifth Annual Intelligence Community Women’s Summit at the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland, March 28 probably left with one standout word stuck in their minds: ally. Whether seeking out mentors to help with career progression, or being cognizant of the challenges both women and men face in the workplace, speakers from the beginning to the end of the day-long event reinforced the importance of being and having allies.


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The Cyber Threat Framework was developed by the US Government to enable consistent characterization and categorization of cyber threat events, and to identify trends or changes in the activities of cyber adversaries. The Cyber Threat Framework is applicable to anyone who works cyber-related activities, its principle benefit being that it provides a common language for describing and communicating information about cyber threat activity. The framework and its associated lexicon provide a means for consistently describing cyber threat activity in a manner that enables efficient information sharing and cyber threat analysis, that is useful to both senior policy/decision makers and detail oriented cyber technicians alike.