b' DEAThe Office of National Security Intelligence of The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) (www.dea.gov)is responsible for providing drug-related information responsive to Intelligence Community requirements. It was established to manage centralized tasking of requestsfor and analysis of national security information obtained during DEAs drug enforcement programs. The DEA helps optimize the overall US Government counternarcotics interdiction and security effort and furthers creative collaboration between the various federal, state, local, and foreign officials involved in countering the threats from narcotics trafficking, human trafficking, immigration crimes and global terrorism.FBIThe National Security Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI/NSD) (www.fbi.gov) was created in 2006 to position the FBI to protect the US against weapons of mass destruction, terrorist attacks, foreign intelligence operations and espionage, and cyber-based attacks and high technology crimes. The FBIs NSD integrates investigative and intelligence activities against current and emerging national security threats; provides timely information and analysis to the intelligence and law enforcement communities; and develops enabling capabilities, processes, and infrastructure, consistent with applicable laws, Attorney General and Director of National Intelligence guidance, and civil liberties. NGAThe National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) (www.nga.mil) provides timely, relevant, and accurate geospatial intelligence in support of national security objectives. It provides geospatial intelligence in all its forms, and from whatever sourceimagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial data and informationto ensure the knowledge foundation for planning, decision, and action. Geospatial intelligence is the exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial information to describe, assess, and visually depict physical features and geographically referenced activities on earth. 36'