What We Do

Domestic Engagement, Information Sharing, and Data - What We Do

The Domestic Engagement, Information Sharing, and Data (DEISD) office comprises three groups: Information & Data; Private Sector Engagement; and Federal, State, Local, and Tribal (FSLT) Engagement. DEISD leads the IC in managing information and data to ensure that it gets to the right people at the right time in the right format, while building, enabling, and maintaining domestic partnerships. ADNI/DEISD is dual hatted as the IC Chief Data Officer (IC CDO) and the IC Information Sharing & Safeguarding Executive (IC ISSE).

 

Information & Data Group

  • Guide and oversee development of IC data strategy, standards, acumen, policy, and services related to sharing & safeguarding information and data
  • Lead efforts to improve information and data discovery, access, and use
  • Advocate for data and information interoperability between IC and Non-IC organizations
  • Serve as action arm for the IC Chief Data Officer (IC CDO) and IC Information Sharing & Safeguarding Executive (IC ISSE)

Private Sector Engagement Group

  • Partner with private sector to establish common goals/shared understanding of threats to national security
  • Develop private sector as a consumer of IC information and identify/understand/prioritize private sector customer information needs
  • Lead IC initiatives to develop and maintain trusted and enduring private sector relationships
  • Develop/modernize policies and authority documents that remove barriers to two-way information sharing
  • Identify new capabilities and opportunities to address the changing global threat environment
  • Deepen knowledge of industry trends and transformative capabilities

Federal, State, Local, and Tribal Engagement Group

  • Synchronize federal, state, local, and tribal engagement and transparency
  • Lead the ODNI's engagement with federal, state, local, and tribal partners
  • Identify opportunities to enhance two-way information sharing between the IC and federal, state, local, and tribal partners