The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Efforts to Hire, Train, and Retain Intelligence Analysts

Audit Report 05-20
April 2005
Office of the Inspector General

Appendix 2

Authorities for FBI Intelligence Activities

The Director of Central Intelligence Directives (DCID) applicable to the FBI’s management of foreign intelligence collection and production include:

  • DCID 2/3 implements the National Intelligence Priorities Framework, which translates national foreign intelligence objectives and priorities approved by the President into specific prioritization guidance for the intelligence community;

  • DCID 2/1 establishes the authorities and responsibilities of the Assistant DCI for Analysis and Production and the National Intelligence Analysis and Production Board to oversee, monitor, and evaluate national intelligence production;

  • DCID 3/1 establishes the authorities and responsibilities of the Assistant DCI for Collection and the National Intelligence Collection Board to oversee, monitor, and evaluate intelligence collection;

  • DCID 3/7 concerns the National Human Intelligence Requirements Tasking Center, which coordinates the National Human Intelligence Directives that guide FBI human intelligence collection;

  • DCID 6/1 covers security policy for Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI);

  • DCID 6/3 covers the protection of SCI within information systems,

  • DCID 6/6 addresses security controls for the dissemination of intelligence information; and

  • DCID 6/7 establishes policy for the disclosure or release of classified U.S. intelligence to foreign governments and international organizations.

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