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Monday, July 30, 2012

Chief Human Capital Office


Q: If an individual has received an agency-level award for an achievement, can the person also receive an award from the DNI?
A: Individuals would need to check with their organization; some allow dual recognition for employees while others do not.

IC Civilian Joint Duty:
Q: Who is eligible to participate in Joint Duty?
A: All government civilian intelligence professional, starting at Grade GS-13, Pay Band 3, are eligible to participate in the Joint Duty program with their management’s approval.

Intelligence Learning Network:
Q: How do I volunteer to attend an Intelligence Learning Network course at my level?
A: IC professionals interested in taking these courses should contact their Agency/Element Training Officer.

Q: I would like to find out more about a job in the IC. Where do I find more information?
A: The website provides links to all the IC organizations.

Intelligence Learning Network

Monday, July 30, 2012

Chief Human Capital Office

Intelligence Learning Network

The ILN delivers three Intelligence Community (IC) learning and professional development courses focused on meeting the needs of entry-, intermediate-, and senior-level IC professionals working in an integrated environment.

Understanding the Intelligence Community is an entry-level course that blends an online collaborative exploration of material on the threat environment (as the context for understanding the IC and intelligence integration) with a 3-day learning/networking event. Participants learn as an interagency team, sharing their perspectives with colleagues from across the IC.

Integrating the Intelligence Community is a 4-week program framed by the National Intelligence Strategy. It blends a 3-week online component with a 4-day in-residence program. Through a combination of online learning, resident presentations, facilitated discussions, and exercises, participants collaboratively explore intelligence integration; the authorities and directions that shape it; the strategies, conditions, and initiatives that guide it; and the emerging opportunities for its use.

Leading the Intelligence Community is a program designed to engage senior executive level participants to think strategically and creatively about leadership and to broaden their influence over integration and collaboration in the IC, along with our federal, state, local and private sector partners. The course has three distinct parts: a plenary week at ODNI, an in residence week at a prestigious university business school, and a TDY week to a major US city to see first-hand examples of intelligence integration in the field.

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:

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