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The National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of America (October 2005)

DoD: National Defense Strategy (NDS) 2005

DoD: National Military Strategy (NMS) 2004

National Counterintelligence Strategy of the United States

The National Security Strategy of the United States of America (September 2002)

DoD: Quadrennial Defense Review Report

PNAC: Rebuilding America's Defenses

FLASHBACK: Defense Strategy for the 1990s: The Regional Defense Strategy

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The National Intelligence Strategy
of the

United States of America
Transformation through Integration and Innovation
About the ODNI Seal
October 2005



National Intelligence Strategy

October 26, 2005

ODNI News Release No. 4-05

The Director of National Intelligence today released The National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of America, a publication that establishes the strategic objectives for the Intelligence Community.

“This strategy is a statement of our fundamental values, highest priorities and orientation toward the future, but it is an action document as well,” said John D. Negroponte, Director of National Intelligence. “For U.S. national intelligence, the time for change is now.”

The document sets forth the framework for a more unified, coordinated and effective Intelligence Community and was written in consultation with the relevant departments. Its publication coincides with the six-month anniversary of the establishment of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).

Outlining the document’s two types of strategic objectives – mission and enterprise – the strategy recognizes each Intelligence Community member’s strengths and competencies.

“At its core, this National Intelligence Strategy capitalizes on the extraordinary talents and patriotism of America’s diverse intelligence professionals, those serving today and those joining us tomorrow,” Negroponte said. “It relies on our nation’s tradition of teamwork and technological innovation to integrate the work of our distinct components into collaborative success.”

The National Intelligence Strategy will guide Intelligence Community policy, planning, collection, analysis, operations, programming, acquisition, budgeting, and execution. These activities will be overseen by the ODNI, but implemented through an integrated Intelligence Community effort to capitalize on the comparative advantages of constituent organizations.

Fiscal Year 2008 Planning, Programming, and Performance Guidance will reflect the mission and enterprise objectives. Ongoing program and budget activities for Fiscal Years 2006 and 2007 will adjust to these objectives to the maximum extent possible.

Mission Objectives

As detailed in this strategy, mission objectives relate to those efforts to predict, penetrate, and pre-empt threats to our national security and assist all who make and implement U.S. national security policy, fight our wars, protect our nation, and enforce our laws. Missions objectives outlined in the National Intelligence Strategy are:
  • Defeat terrorists at home and abroad by disarming their operational capabilities, and seizing the initiative from them by promoting the growth of freedom and democracy.

  • Prevent and counter the spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction.

  • Bolster the growth of democracy and sustain peaceful democratic states.

  • Develop innovative ways to penetrate and analyze the most difficult targets.

  • Anticipate developments of strategic concern and identify opportunities as well as vulnerabilities for decision-makers.

Enterprise Objectives

Enterprise objectives relate to our ability to transform faster than threats emerge, protect what needs to be protected, and perform our duties according to the law. Enterprise objectives in the National Intelligence Strategy are:

  • Build an integrated intelligence capability to address threats to the homeland, consistent with U.S. laws and the protection of privacy and civil liberties.

  • Strengthen analytic expertise, methods, and practices; tap expertise wherever it resides; and, explore alternative analytic views.

  • Rebalance, integrate, and optimize collection capabilities to meet current and future customer and analytic priorities.

  • Attract, engage, and unify an innovative and results-focused Intelligence Community workforce.

  • Ensure that Intelligence Community members and customers can access the intelligence they need when they need it.

  • Establish new and strengthen existing foreign intelligence relationships to help us meet global security challenges.

  • Create clear, uniform security practices and rules that allow us to work together, protect our nation’s secrets, and enable aggressive counterintelligence activities.

  • Exploit path-breaking scientific and research advances that will enable us to maintain and extend our intelligence advantages against emerging threats.

  • Learn from our successes and mistakes to anticipate and be ready for new challenges.

  • Eliminate redundancy and programs that add little or no value and re-direct savings to existing and emerging national security priorities.

The National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of America

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