This directive "establishes the Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis as the Chief Intelligence Officer (CINT) for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and establishes the authorities of the Chief Intelligence Officer to effectively integrate and manage the Department's Intelligence programs. This MD serves as the principal reference for leading, governing, integrating, and managing Intelligence functions throughout DHS. The DHS Chief Intelligence Officer, whose responsibilities are described herein, will be held accountable for designing the DHS Departmental intelligence system to optimize the Intelligence function, setting standards for functional performance, creating department-wide policies and processes, providing automated solutions to yield greater efficiencies, and nurturing the development and success of centers of excellence. Component heads will be accountable to support these functions as a key part of their mission."
DHS MD Number 8110; Department of Homeland Security Management Directive Number 8110
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