U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-5450-334

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U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-5450-334
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS
2000 NAVY PENTAGON
WASHINGTON, DC 20350-2000 OPNAVINST 5450.334
N2
6 June 2003
OPNAV INSTRUCTION 5450.334
From:
Chief of Naval Operations
Subj:
MISSION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE OFFICE OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE
(ONI)
Ref:
(a) OPNAVNOTE 5450 Ser 09B22/9U507396 of 9 Mar 99
Encl:
(1) Functions of ONI
1. Purpose. To publish the functions of the Office of Naval
Intelligence under the mission established by reference (a).
2. Mission. To provide products and services to meet Navy,
Department of Defense, and national maritime intelligence
requirements, and to perform such other functions and tasks
as may be assigned by higher authority.
3. Status and Command Relationships. ONI is a shore activity
in an active status under a Commander.
a. Command:
Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence Echelon 1 Chief of Naval Operations
2 Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence
b. Area Coordination: Commandant, Naval District Washington, DC c. Routine Tasking and Direction:
Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence reports to the
Chief of Naval Operations through the Director of Naval
Intelligence (OPNAV N2). The Director of Naval Intelligence
will also provide direction and control to Commander, Office
of Naval Intelligence.
4. Functions.
Functions are provided in enclosure (1).
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5. Action. In accomplishing the assigned mission, the
Commander, ONI will ensure performance of the functions in
enclosure (1). Send recommended changes via the chain of
command to the Chief of Naval Operations (N2).
P. A. TRACEY
Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy
Director, Navy Staff
Distribution:
SNDL A1
(Immediate Office of the Secretary)
A2A
(Department of the Navy Staff Offices)
A5
(CHNAVPERS)
B2A
(Special Agencies, Staffs, Boards and Committees)
(DFAS Cleveland and Pensacola (Code AOD), only)
B2E
(NIMA Components and Elements) Bethesda (Code GIMM)
B2F
(MIL POSTAL SVC AGCY/JT MIL POSTAL ACTIVITIES)
(Alexandria, only)
C4CC
(DON CAF)
FKN4
(CBC) (Port Huemene, only)
FA3
(COMNAVNETSPAOPSCOM) (Code N112)
FA2D
(NCTAMS)
FJA8
(NAVRESPERSCEN) (Code 30)
FJA9
(EPMAC)
FJA10 (NAVMAC) (Code 545)
FKA1
(Systems Command)
FKM18 (NAVTEANSSUPPCEN)
FKN1
(FACENGCOMDIV)
FS1
(ONI)
OPNAV Principal Officials
N09B22, N122, N2, N46, N82
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FUNCTIONS AND TASKS OF ONI
Direct and coordinate intelligence collection, production,
dissemination, and other activities necessary to satisfy the
requirements of Department of the Navy planners, operating
forces and commands, the weapons acquisition community, and
policy offices within the Department of Defense and national
agencies.
1.
Intelligence Analysis and Production
a. Naval Warfare Analysis. Produce assessments of foreign
naval strategies, doctrine, tactics, operations, combat
readiness, force structure, and leadership.
b. Naval Systems. Evaluate technical characteristics,
performance, and vulnerabilities of foreign naval platforms;
naval sensor and surveillance systems; command, control and
communication systems; naval weapon systems, and emerging
technologies.
c. Civil Maritime. Analyze foreign maritime trade and
infrastructure, proliferation of critical weapons and
technologies by sea, foreign terrorist use of the seas; and
support counter drug activity. Perform 24/7 maritime watch
operations in conjunction with Coast Guard for timely
intelligence to deployed forces, and to provide assessments of
terrorist threats from civil vessels and cargo in support of
homeland security.
2.
Maritime Intelligence Collection
a. Fleet Support. Guide fleet intelligence collection
planning, implementation, and evaluation, and provide timesensitive collection guidance, specialized equipment, and
qualified personnel assistance. Provide development,
procurement, and life-cycle support of intelligence collection
sensors for special project platforms.
Enclosure (1)
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b. Collection Management. Provide Navy intelligence
collection requirements management and services. Ensure Navy
collection requirements are introduced into the intelligence
community collection requirements mechanism, and monitor their
fulfillment. Facilitate Navy-to-Navy international intelligence
relationships. Manage Navy’s participation in the Naval Attaché
Program and Defense Attaché System. Conduct Navy-specific
tactical human intelligence operations.
c. Foreign Material, Technology, and Data Acquisition.
Acquire select foreign material and technology in support of
Navy and national requirements.
3.
Security
a. Department of the Navy Sensitive Compartmented
Information Program Manager. Manage, implement, and oversee
sensitive compartmented information programs throughout the
Department of the Navy as Special Security Officer (SSO Navy).
b. Installation Security. Provide administrative, special,
force protection, and protective security services for the
National Maritime Intelligence Center. Provide administrative
and special security services for the Chief of Naval Operations
and Secretary of the Navy staffs in the Pentagon and Naval
District Washington.
4.
Information Technology
a. Naval SCI Telecommunications. Migrate and sustain the
naval SCI telecommunications ashore to a robust Defense
Intelligence Infrastructure-Common Operating Environment
compliant network centric architecture.
b. Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System (JDISS).
Administer the Joint Program Management Office for JDISS, Global
Command and Control System-Integrated Imagery and Intelligence
(GCCS-I3), and other programs as assigned.
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Enclosure (1)
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