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is a U.S. Navy entity designated by the Office of the Director of National
Intelligence to provide a service of common concern for the U.S. Intelligence
Community (IC), acting as the National Intelligence Manager for the Maritime
Expands the Global Maritime Community of Interest (GMCOI), with stakeholders
both inside and out of the IC and Federal government; 2) Improves maritime
intelligence and information sharing; 3) Advocates for GMCOI collection and
analytic requirements and priorities; and, 4) Engages with the international
science and technology community to identify emerging technological threats and
opportunities for the maritime domain.
is located at the National Maritime Intelligence Center, Suitland, Maryland.
This Intelligence Specialist position serves as a
National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) Portfolio Mission
Manager and primary action officer for coordinating multi-agency, national
level, strategic, maritime intelligence for Chemical, Biological, Radiological,
Nuclear, and High-Explosive (CBRNE) counter-proliferation and similar threats
to U.S. interests. Also participates in the development and implementation of the NMIO Unifying Intelligence Strategy.
differing positions, unify and build consensus, and advocate priorities on
behalf of maritime stakeholders.
plan, implement, and facilitate Intelligence Community (IC) and Interagency
Subject Matter Expert (SME) stakeholder working groups to identity the maritime
community's most challenging strategic intelligence priorities and
and lead IC forums, working groups, initiatives, campaigns, and other
activities with subject matter experts.
and maintain person-to-person relationships through collaboration with IC and