The ODNI Office of Strategic Communications is responsible for managing all inquiries and correspondence from the public and the media. Before contacting ODNI, please review www.dni.gov to see if we have already posted the information you need.
 
Please send your questions, comments, or suggestions to:
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Office of Strategic Communications
Washington, D.C. 20511
 
By Fax: 703-275-1225
The ODNI Office of Strategic Communications is responsible for receiving and responding to all media inquiries.
 
Please send inquiries to DNI-PublicCommunications@dni.gov.

 
Please send correspondence to:
The Honorable Avril Haines
Director of National Intelligence
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Washington, D.C. 20511

 
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If you are a mortgage company, creditor, or potential employer, you may submit your request by fax or mail to ODNI.
 
ODNI does not provide verbal responses, nor itemize pay by overtime, bonuses, and awards. ODNI will not provide pay information that includes employer information.

Request by Fax: Please send employment verification requests to 703-275-1217

Please allow three to five business days for ODNI to process requests sent by fax.

If you prefer to mail an employment verification request please send to:
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Please allow ten business days for ODNI to process requests by mail.

 
In accordance with Title 50 U.S.C.A. Section 3033, the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community (IC IG) conducts independent and objective audits, investigations, inspections, and reviews to promote economy, efficiency, effectiveness, and integration across the Intelligence Community.
 
Questions or comments about oversight of the Intelligence Community? Contact the Office of the Intelligence Community Inspector General.
 
The Office of Civil Liberties, Privacy and Transparency (CLPT) leads the integration of civil liberties and privacy protections into the policies, procedures, programs and activities of the Intelligence Community (IC). Its overarching goal is to ensure that the IC operates within the full scope of its authorities in a manner that protects civil liberties and privacy, provides appropriate transparency, and earns and retains the trust of the American people.
 
To report a potential civil liberties and privacy violation or file a complaint, please review the requirements at the CLPT homepage.
 
The Intelligence Community Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity (EEOD) Office is responsible for the overall management of the ODNI EEO and Diversity Program, and provides IC-wide oversight and guidance in developing, implementing, and measuring progress in EEO, diversity, and inclusion.
 
The IC EEOD Office is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants based on merit and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, and physical or mental disability.
 
Applicants or employees who believe they have been discriminated against on the bases of race, color, religion, sex/gender (sexual orientation and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history) and/or reprisal for prior participation in the EEO process may raise their concerns to the IC EEOD Office.
 
If you have worked for the ODNI in a staff or contract capacity and are intending to share intelligence-related information with the public through social media posts, books or television and film productions, you will need to submit the materials for approval.
 
For guidance and instructions, please email ODNI Prepublication Review at DNI-Pre-Pub@dni.gov.
 
The goal of the ODNI Freedom of Information Act / Privacy Act Office is to keep the public better informed about the agency’s efforts and to ensure U.S. security through the release of as much information as possible, consistent with the need to protect classified or sensitive information under the exemption provisions of these laws.
 
FOIA Resources
 
The Intelligence Community provides dynamic careers to talented professionals in almost every career category. The ODNI is a senior-level agency that provides oversight to the Intelligence Community. ODNI is primarily a staff organization that employs subject-matter experts in the areas of collection, analysis, acquisition, policy, human resources, and management.
 
Career Opportunities
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Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity tackles some of the most difficult challenges across the intelligence agencies and disciplines, and results from its programs are expected to transition to its IC customers. IARPA does not have an operational mission and does not deploy technologies directly to the field.
 
If you would like to learn more about engaging with IARPA on their highly innovative work that is already positively impacting the U.S. Intelligence Community and society in general, please follow the link below.
 
Working with IARPA
 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ODNI News Release No. 19-22
October 31, 2022
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congress appropriated an aggregate amount of $65.7 billion to the National Intelligence Program (NIP) for Fiscal Year 2022. This includes supplemental funding.
 
The Director of National Intelligence (DNI) discloses this amount consistent with 50 U.S.C. 3306(b), not later than 30 days after the end of the fiscal year.
 
Beyond the disclosure of the NIP top-line figure, there will be no other disclosures of currently classified NIP budget information. The only exceptions to the foregoing are for unclassified appropriations.
 
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