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Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Washington, DC 20511


Principal Deputy Director Sue Gordon
Deputy Director, Intelligence Integration Michael Dempsey

Assistant Deputy Director, Intelligence Integration Edward Gistaro
Assistant Director, Acquisition, Technology and Facilities Kevin Meiners
Assistant Director, Partner Engagement Lt. Gen. Theodore C. Nicholas
Assistant Director, Policy and Strategy Dawn Eilenberger
Assistant Director, Systems and Resource Analyses Troy Meink
Chief Financial Officer Trey Treadwell
Chief Human Capital Officer Deborah Kircher
Chief Information Officer John Sherman
Civil Liberties Protection Officer Alexander W. Joel
Director, Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center Tonya Ugoretz
Director, Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Rita Sampson
Director, National Counterintelligence Security Center Russell Travers, Acting
Director, National Counterproliferation Center Annette Totten
Director, National Counterterrorism Center Nicholas Rasmussen
Director, Public Affairs Brian Hale
General Counsel Jason Klitenic
Inspector General Michael Atkinson
Principal Deputy General Counsel Susan Gibson
Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment Kshemendra Paul

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence oversees and coordinates the foreign and domestic activities of the Intelligence Community across the Federal Government.

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The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) was established by the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (50 U.S.C. 403). It began operation on April 21, 2005.

The Office is headed by the Director of National Intelligence whom the President appoints with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Director reports directly to the President and is the principal intelligence adviser.

The ODNI ensures that the President, the heads of departments and agencies of the executive branch, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and senior military commanders, and the Congress receive timely and objective national intelligence. It also establishes goals and priorities for collection, analysis, production, and dissemination of national intelligence; ensures the availability of and access to intelligence information within the Intelligence Community; develops the annual budget for the National Intelligence Program; oversees coordination of relationships with the intelligence or security services of foreign governments and international organizations; ensures that accurate analysis of intelligence information is derived from all sources to support national security needs; develops personnel policies and programs to enhance the capacity for joint operations and to facilitate staffing of community management functions; and jointly oversees the development and implementation of an acquisition program management plan with the Secretary of Defense.

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Career Opportunities

The ODNI hires acquisitions and financial managers, engineers, foreign language experts, scientists, security experts, software and hardware developers, technology specialists, and other career professionals.


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