Office of Private Sector

Director Wray addresses private sector attendees at the May 2019 Domestic Security Alliance Council's (DSAC) annual conference.

Director Christopher Wray addresses private sector partners at the Domestic Security Alliance Council's (DSAC) annual conference in May 2019.

The Office of Private Sector (OPS) provides an organized, coordinated, and horizontal approach to how the FBI engages with the private sector. It serves as the entity within the FBI that has a 360 degree understanding of the FBI’s engagement with the private sector—enterprise-wide. Part of the Intelligence Branch, OPS allows for one “FBI voice” and connects private industry with who they need to connect with—whatever the concern. 

Among other activities, OPS works to enhance the FBI's understanding of the private sector's risks and needs, increases collaboration and information-sharing between the Bureau and the private sector, and mitigates threats through longstanding, mutually beneficial partnerships between the private sector and the FBI.

For more information on the Office's efforts, download the OPS Fact Sheet.


Made in Beijing: The Plan for Global Market Domination

Through interviews with FBI agents and executives of victim companies, this film aims to help the private sector recognize the urgent need to protect their intellectual property against sustained and ongoing industrial espionage by the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Visit to learn more.

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FBI Partnerships and the Office of Private Sector

Leaders in the private sector and the FBI describe the need to work as partners. The FBI's Office of Private Sector builds, enhances, and supports strategic relationships with private industry and academia to protect economic and national security.

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Key Programs 

Domestic Security Alliance Council (DSAC)

DSAC is a strategic partnership that enhances timely communication and effective exchange of security and intelligence information between the federal government and the private sector. DSAC currently includes over 600 member companies, representing almost every critical sector. DSAC Website | Fact Sheet


InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and members of the private sector. The InfraGard program provides a vehicle for seamless public-private collaboration with government that expedites the timely exchange of information and promotes mutual learning opportunities relevant to the protection of critical infrastructure. InfraGard has 77 chapters with tens of thousands of members, each dedicated to contributing industry-specific insight and advancing national security. InfraGard Website | Fact Sheet | Brochure

Academia Program

The Academia Program collaborates with FBI operational divisions to forge new strategic relationships between the FBI and academia, strengthens existing liaison efforts with academic institutions and associations, and increases the FBI’s impact, scope, and uniformity of messaging to academia. The Academia Program develops and communicates academia engagement strategy within the FBI and with other U.S. government partners. Fact Sheet

Strengthening Partnerships with America’s Business Community

Listen to how the Office of Private Sector is strengthening the FBI's relationships with U.S. businesses to protect the nation’s economy and national security.

The FBI, DHS, and TSA—in coordination with the Truck Renting and Leasing Association and the American Car Rental Association—have released a short training video to help vehicle rental employees identify suspicious activities and behavior by customers who may wish to use a rented vehicle for nefarious purposes.

Contact Us 

  • Reach out to OPS at
  • Report threats, incidents, or suspicious activity at the Submit a Tip webpage.
  • Direct any requests and questions to the private sector coordinator at your local field office.