Vision, Mission, Values & Goals
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FBI Intelligence Analysts united in a distinct and valued profession that contributes fully to the missions of the FBI and the larger Intelligence and Law Enforcement Communities
To advance the Intelligence Analyst profession at the FBI through independent internal and external advocacy for policies essential to that advancement
We are committed to excellence in the Intelligence Analyst profession and through excellence earn respect for our profession within the FBI.
We are an independent organization and we will take the necessary actions internally and externally to advance the Intelligence Analyst profession.
We are good financial stewards of our members’ investment and act in their interests at all times.
We unify and strengthen the FBI Intelligence Analyst Community by providing diverse communications platforms for sharing ideas, developments of interest, and expanding professional networks.
We pursue honorable initiatives on behalf of our members and conduct business in a way that is honest, transparent, and ethical.
We advocate for the creation of a distinct FBI Intelligence Analyst career service by removing it from the generic FBI “support” career service and aligning it with more closely with the larger Intelligence. Community.
We advocate for the expansion of career opportunities for FBI Intelligence Analysts to a level that is commensurate and competitive with Intelligence Analysts in other US Intelligence Community agencies.
We advocate for the position of EAD-I to be held by a career intelligence professional, and for the Intelligence Program Manager position in each field office to be held by an Intelligence Analyst.
We advocate for a policy that allows and encourages intelligence analysts to take developmental assignments within the FBI without leaving their IA career service (0132). FBI Agents who take a developmental assignment in, for example, the Training Division, remain in their agent career service (1811). Analysts should be given the same opportunity.
We advocate for a strong Directorate of Intelligence that serves as the program manager for FBI Intelligence and ensures consistency in policies governing Intelligence Analysts as a national workforce across the FBI, and for allocation of IA resources consistent with assessment of the threat.
We advocate for greater integration between FBI Intelligence Analysts and their counterparts in other US Intelligence Community agencies, including expanded Joint Duty opportunities at other agencies.