Chris Riemer Assistant Director (Acting) - Intelligence Division Chris_Riemer@ios.doi.gov The Intelligence Division is managed by an Assistant Director who is designated as the Federal Senior Intelligence Coordinator (FSIC), serving as the primary liaison between the Department and the Intelligence Community (IC). The Intelligence Division also serves as the Federal Intelligence Coordinating Office responsible for coordinating with the IC to support policy makers and other intelligence customers within the Department. The Intelligence Division establishes and disseminates intelligence policy and coordinates the development of bureau and offices programs related to intelligence, and information sharing. In addition, the Division directs the sharing of law enforcement, sensitive, and classified intelligence information among bureaus and offices, departments and agencies, and other organizations. The Division's Counterintelligence/Insider Threat Program was established under Executive Order 13587 to deter, detect, and mitigate insider threats, including the safeguarding of classified information from exploitation, compromise, or other unauthorized disclosures. The Counterintelligence/Insider Threat Program disseminates counterintelligence, insider threat, operational security, foreign access management, and foreign contact and travel policy within the Department, as well as performing inquiries and investigations pertaining to counterintelligence and insider threat anomalies, and other related matters. The Division includes a criminal investigator assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation‘s National Joint Terrorism Task Force (NJTTF) as the Department’s Threat Coordinator, representing the Department on all domestic and international counter-terrorism related matters.