The Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force Fusion Center (OFC) was initiated by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in March 2004 to provide enforcement assistance for the most significant drug trafficking organizations and related crime. The OFC has expanded its assistance to investigation of broader international and domestic organized criminal activity. Since August 6, 2009, ICE has been a member of the OFC and the International Organized Crime Intelligence and Operations Center (IOC-2). The mission of the OFC and IOC-2 is to provide a mechanism to share relevant law enforcement data and actionable intelligence to its member agencies working coordinated, multi-jurisdictional investigations. OFC is a centralized data warehouse, generating intelligence products to provide detailed information and in-depth financial analysis to member law enforcement agencies in support of narcotics, money laundering, and organized crime investigations. These intelligence products enhance ongoing investigations, providing links to other agencies, and to other investigations of major transnational criminal organizations.
Provides specialized intelligence and threat analysis and production support. Accesses and performs research on designated automated intelligence databases for identifying information of interest to the customer, downloading the identified information to an appropriate medium, and editing the information into format(s) to be specified by the customer. Provide intelligence and threat analysis of the information that is tailored to the customer's requirements. Develop documents, summaries, reports, and presentations. Present briefings to key personnel. A major portion of this work involves research and report writing.
Some travel may be required.