As a threat-focused and an intelligence-driven organization with both law enforcement responsibilities and national intelligence, the FBI's mission is to defend and protect the United States. Against terrorist and foreign threats. This office was established to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the United States. They also provide leadership and criminal justice services to all the federal, state, municipal. The FBI also help international agencies and foreign partners.
The focus of the FBI is on threats that challenge the under-structure of the American way. Or involve dangers so large so complex for any local or state to handle it alone. In working out the following priorities, the FBI—as both law enforcement organization and a national security agency —produce and use intelligence to protect our nation from those who violate the law and threaten our way of life.
1. Safeguard the United States from all terrorist attack
2. Preserve the United States facing foreign intelligence and espionage
3. Protect the United States opposing cyber-based crimes and high-technology attacks
4. Combat public corruption
5. Protect civil rights
6. Continuously upgrading technology successfully perform the FBI’s mission
7. Combat large-scale white-collar crime
8. Combat compelling violent crime
9. Support federal, state, local and international partners
The CIAThe CIA or Central Intelligence Agency is the civilian foreign intelligence service of the U.S. Government. It is tasked with processing, analyzing and gathering national security information from around the world. This process is primarily accomplished through the use of human agents. As one of the principal members the U.S. Intelligence Community, the CIA is charged to report to the Director of National Intelligence. Primary responsibility for providing intelligence for the President and his Cabinet.
In contrast to the FBI, the CIA does not have any law enforcement function. It is mainly focused on foreign intelligence collecting, with very limited domestic gathering. The CIA is not the only U.S. government agency that practices exclusively in HUMINT, CIA serves as the national coordinator and deconfliction of HUMINT activities. Done across the entire intelligence community. The CIA is the only agency authorized by law to oversee covert action and carry out missions on behalf of the President.