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Defense Joint Intelligence Operations Center

Definition/Scope: The DJIOC is the lead DOD intelligence organization responsible for integrating and synchronizing military intelligence and national intelligence capabilities. It plans, prepares, integrates, directs, synchronizes, and manages continuous, full-spectrum DOD intelligence operations in support of the combatant commands. The DJIOC collaborates with United States Strategic Command’s (USSTRATCOM's) Joint Functional Component Command-Intelligence Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (JFCC-ISR) and Director of National Intelligence (DNI) representatives to formulate and recommend to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for Secretary of Defense action, solutions for deconflicting combatant command requirements for national intelligence resources, and ensures an integrated response to their needs. It ensures that joint force crisis-related and time-sensitive intelligence requirements are tasked to the appropriate Service, combatant command or national agency, when the requirements cannot be satisfied by assigned or attached assets. JP 2-0



Used For:

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Acronym:

DJIOC

Broader Terms:

Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Defense Department
Director of National Intelligence
Intelligence Community
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance

Narrower Terms:

Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance

Related Terms:

Central Intelligence Agency
Defense Department
Defense Information Systems Agency
Defense Intelligence Agency
Department of Homeland Security
Department of State
Director of National Intelligence
Directorate of Intelligence
Drug Enforcement Administration
Global Information Grid
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Justice Department
National Counterproliferation Center
National Counterterrorism Center
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
National Reconnaissance Office
National Security Agency
State Department
US Coast Guard


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