b'The Director of DIA is a three-star military officer who serves as the principal advisor on substantive military intelligence matters to the Secretaryof Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He is the Program Manager for the General Defense Intelligence Program, which funds a variety of military intelligence programs at and above corps level, and is the Chairman of the Military Intelligence Board which examines key intelligence issues such as information technology architectures, program and budget issues, and defense intelligence inputs to National Intelligence Estimates.DOEThe Department of Energys Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence (DOE) (www.energy.gov) brings the access and expertise of the Department and its nationwide complex of laboratories and other facilities to bear on the challenges facing US national security with regard to the worldwide threat of nuclear terrorism; the spread of nuclear technologies, materials and expertise; emerging foreign technology threats to US economic and military interests; and the threat of foreign penetration of DOE facilities. With over 30 intelligence and counterintelligence offices nationwide, the DOE enriches the Intelligence Community with access to information on a variety of energy issues. The DOEs intelligence program originated during the Manhattan Project in World War II, when it was created to provide specialized analysis of the developing atomic weapons of the Soviet Union. Since then, intelligence at DOE has evolved in close concert with changing policy needs and the strengths of DOEs unique scientific and technological base to address such matters as world energy crises, nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism.DHSThe Office of Intelligence and Analysis of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) (www.dhs.gov) is responsible for using information and intelligence from multiple sources to identify and assess current and future threats to the United States, assess vulnerabilities, determine potential impacts, and disseminate timely information to state and local governments and the American public. DHS intelligence analysts track terrorists and their networks and assess threats to US critical infrastructures from bio- and nuclear-terrorism. They assess the threats to US air, land and sea borders from pandemic 34'