The Information and Technology Branch (ITB) is comprised of one office and three divisions (approximately 1,800 government and contract employees) that together represent the information technology (IT) life cycle and management of knowledge assets.
- The Office of the Chief Knowledge Officer (OCKO), commonly known as the FBI’s Knowledge Office, promotes and facilitates the creation, sharing, and application of FBI knowledge;
- The IT Management Division (ITMD) provides leadership and management of IT programs and projects through capital planning, contracts and acquisitions, governance, and transitions for the effective delivery of IT products and services that meet mission needs through assessments, policy, standardization, and performance metrics;
- The IT Engineering Division (ITED) provides state-of-the-art IT engineering leadership in order to enable FBI information technology to increase mission success and enhance mission capabilities in the critical areas of national security, law enforcement, intelligence, counterintelligence, and counterterrorism; ITED solutions ensure accurate and reliable IT capabilities that permit efficient retrieval, sharing, use and analysis of information;
- The Services Division (ITSD) meets and/or exceeds the customer’s value proposition for computer and telecommunications services in terms of quality, timeliness, and responsiveness through cost-effective, schedule-compliant, reliable, and secure leveraging of IT technologies for the FBI.
Additionally, the ITB Executive Staff Section serves the administrative, logistical, financial, human capital, and communications needs of the branch. For more information on how ITB is structured, view its organization chart.