Who We Are

Mission Integration - Who We Are

Mission Integration (MI) is led by the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Mission Integration, Edward Gistaro.

 

  • Foreign Partnerships - Foreign Partnerships develops and implements an enterprise approach to foreign intelligence relationships, aimed at integrating and optimizing IC engagement with foreign partners.  Foreign Partnerships supports the overseas DNI Representatives through direct engagement that facilitates their leadership of IC team in the field, and leads coordination of IC sharing and foreign liaison issues through various DNI committees and forums.
  • Mission Priorities, Analysis & Collection - The Mission, Priorities, Analysis, and Collection (MPAC) works to strengthen the IC's ability to respond to national intelligence priorities in a multi-INT, cross-discipline environment, MPAC accomplishes this mission by working across the IC to ensure our people, processes, and technologies meet the demanding needs of the analysis and collection mission areas, while promoting integrity and tradecraft.
  • National Intelligence Council (NIC) - The National Intelligence Council is responsible for leading analysis across the IC to inform immediate and long-term policy deliberations.  The National Intelligence Officers (NIOs) serve as the principal subject matter experts to the DNI and national security decision makers on all aspects of analysis related to their regional and functional roles.
  • National Intelligence Management Council - The National Intelligence Management Council serves as the DNI's principal substantive advisors within and across specific regions and functional issues while conducting individual and collective strategic oversight of the Intelligence Community by integrating collection, analysis, counterintelligence, and resource programming, and other intelligence activities and issues.
  • President's Daily Brief - The President's Daily Brief (PDB) is an IC publication produced for the President under the auspices of the DNI.  Since the overarching intent of the PDB is to provide insights that are both useful and new to the President, the DNI selects articles for the PDB based on their ability to help the President avoid tactical surprises, manage ongoing crises, or craft policies to advance US strategic interests.