Indonesian State Intelligence Agency
|Badan Intelijen Negara|
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Badan Intelijen Negara, (State Intelligence Agency), commonly referred to as BIN, is Indonesia's primary intelligence agency. Prior to 2001, it was known as Bakin (Badan Koordinasi Intelijen Negara - State Intelligence Coordinating Agency); its name was changed as part of a general restructuring of the agency. BIN is responsible both for co-ordinating information sharing and operations between Indonesia's other intelligence agencies and for mounting operations on its own.
At the time of its name change in 2001, BIN's role in co-ordinating was deemphasised, but, in the wake of the 2002 Bali bombing, that aspect of the agency's operations was the subject of renewed focus as part of an all-around expansion of the agency's budget and operations.
BIN has been the subject of criticism from human rights groups for its treatment of dissidents and human rights advocates in Indonesia.
The agency is currently headed by Sutiyoso, as of 15 July 2015 ; led before by Sutanto from 21 October 2009 to 19 October 2011, Syamsir Siregar from 2004 to 2009, and led by Abdullah Mahmud Hendropriyono from 2001 to 2004.
- 1 The organizational structure
- 2 References
The organizational structure
The organizational structure BIN last amended by Presidential Decree No. 34 Year 2010, replaces the Presidential Decree No. 52 of 2005. Under the Presidential Regulation, BIN organizational structure consists of:
BIN chief who now serves is the Police General Budi Gunawan
Head of BIN BIN has the task to lead in performing the duties and functions of the NIA. BIN chief given the right financial, administrative and other facilities on par with the Minister.
BIN deputy chief who now serves is
Deputy Chief has the task of helping the intelligence chief.
Main Secretariat has the task of coordinating the implementation of the tasks, coaching and providing administrative support to all organizational units within the NIA.
Deputy Foreign Affairs
Deputy Foreign Affairs (Deputy I) has the tasks of policy formulation and implementation of activities and / or operations of foreign intelligence field.
Deputy Home Affairs
Deputy Home Affairs (Deputy II) has the tasks of policy formulation and implementation of activities and / or operations in the field of domestic intelligence.
Deputy of Counter Intelligence
Deputy of Counter Intelligence (Deputy III) has the tasks of policy formulation and implementation of activities and / or counterintelligence operations.
Deputy Economy (Deputy IV) has the tasks of policy formulation and implementation of activities and / or intelligence operations in economics.
Deputy for Technology
Deputy for Technology (Deputy V) has the tasks of policy formulation and implementation of activities and / or intelligence operations technology.
Deputy Communications and Information
Deputy Communication and Information (Deputy VI) has the tasks of policy formulation and implementation of activities and / or intelligence operations in Communication and Information.
Deputy Processing and Production Intelligence
Deputy Analysis and Production Intelligence (Deputy VII) has the tasks of policy formulation and implementation field of processing and the production of intelligence.
Main Inspectorate has the task of carrying out internal oversight in the intelligence agency.
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