The Intelligence subcommittee is the standard of choice for exchanging intelligence among any federal, state, and local agencies on a foreign or domestic basis.
Subcommittee members identify the operational needs to exchange intelligence, as well as the opportunities to share information with other domains and functions in justice and homeland security. Subcommittee members represent the full range of operations that deal with the gathering, analysis, fusion, and dissemination of intelligence, as well as the ability to act upon it.
Governance of this subcommittee is shared by criminal intelligence representatives of state and local law enforcement through the Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council, a working group of the Attorney General’s Global Advisory Committee on Information Sharing, and the federal Intelligence Community as coordinated by the Director of National Intelligence.
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