Structure of the Agency

 

The Foreign Intelligence Agency is composed of the following organisational units:

Pursuant to Ordinance No. 106 of the Prime Minister of 3 July 2018 amending the Ordinance on granting the Statute of the Foreign Intelligence Agency (M.P. item 660), pursuant to Article 20(1) of the Act of 24 May 2002 on the Internal Security Agency and the Foreign Intelligence Agency (Journal of Laws of 2017 item 1920, as amended), the Foreign Intelligence Agency consists of the following organisational units:

1) Department of Operations
2) Department of Information
3) Technical Department
4) Security and CI Bureau
5) Financial and Administrative Bureau
6) Human Resources and Trainings Bureau
7) Legal Bureau
8) Head’s Cabinet
9) Crisis Management Division

Organisational structure of the Foreign Intelligence Agency includes a number of independent positions.

The Head of the Foreign Intelligence Agency has the power to create or appoint, within his area of competence and as the needs require:

  1. Teams – permanent or temporary (e.g. task forces type),
  2. Collegial advisory and opinion-forming bodies.

The Head of the Foreign Intelligence Agency can also, by way of ordinance, establish, transform or wind up training centres for the Foreign Intelligence Agency (to the extent not covered by other regulations).