Support homeland security-focused intelligence analysis of terrorists. That includes terrorist claims, and plans for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) attacks against the U.S.
Support homeland security-focused risk analysis and risk assessments of hazards by offering relevant quantitative and non-quantitative threat information.
Use homeland security intelligence capabilities and structures to enhance prevention, protection, response, and recovery efforts following an attack using CBRN materials.
Share information and provide focused analytical support on these threats to state, local, and tribal authorities, plus other national biosecurity and non-defense stakeholders.
The OIA would coordinate with other DHS divisions, the intelligence community, and federal, state, local, and tribal authorities so those entities to give recommendations on information sharing mechanisms with DHS.
DHS would be required to ensure that homeland security information it analyzes concerning terrorist threats is provided to state, local, and private entities and the public.