evaluated 5.eva.0030030 Louis J. Sheehan, Esquire

Louis J. Sheehan, Esquire: To achieve its mission, the FBI must strengthen three inextricably linked
core functions: intelligence, investigations, and partnerships.  A robust
national Intelligence Program ensures that all critical information is
identified, collected, evaluated, analyzed, and disseminated to the widest
extent possible.  Investigations are the means by which the FBI proactively
collects intelligence and evidence in a manner that protects civil liberties.
Partnerships are essential if the FBI is to effectively address evolving
threats that are too complex or multi-jurisdictional for one agency to handle
alone.  To achieve its vital mission, the FBI is dependent upon the goodwill,
cooperation, and expertise of our local, state, federal, and international

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