Who We Are

Domestic Engagement, Information Sharing, and Data - Who We Are

The Domestic Engagement, Information Sharing, and Data (DEISD) office works to foster development, adoption, and use of solutions and standards that promote data and information sharing, safeguarding, and interoperability.

 

The office's mission is to:

  • Lead 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.
  • Mutually share information, people, processes, technologies, innovations, and ideas to inform decision making at all levels while advancing the IC mission and strengthening national security.

Key Functions:

  • Foster development, adoption, and use of solutions and standards that promote data and information sharing, safeguarding, and interoperability across the IC and between the IC and its external national security partners.
  • Strengthen existing and develop new external partnerships to enhance intelligence integration and improve access to information to meet IC mission needs.
  • Build and enable private sector partnerships to mutually share expertise and capabilities to advance IC missions
  • Pivot to a data-centric culture: make data-driven decisions; develop a more data savvy IC workforce;  transform our data management tradecraft for the digital age.
  • Develop/modernize policies and authority documents that remove barriers to information sharing.
  • ADNI/DEISD is dual-hatted as the IC Chief Data Officer (IC CDO) and the IC Information Sharing & Safeguarding Executive (IC ISSE).

Key Partners

 

IC elements, DoD, federal, state, local and tribal organizations and a broad range of private sector partners including industry, non-profits, academia, national laboratories, and non-governmental organizations.