The FBI’s mission of protecting the American people and upholding the Constitution of the United States requires an advanced, contemporary, mobile environment to support its workforce. Technology enablement will not only improve the agility and efficiency of FBI personnel in achieving this mission, but it will also enhance the experience of FBI personnel by reducing administrative barriers; facilitating collaboration; and increasing employee recruitment, retention, and satisfaction. A well-developed mobile environment will also benefit the FBI by reducing facility costs, expanding global access to FBI networks, improving Intelligence Community (IC) and law enforcement partnerships, and generally streamlining resource management. It is essential that the FBI keep abreast of commercial technologies, while simultaneously maintaining a balance between information confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
This PG applies to all FBI personnel who use or possess FBI-owned mobile devices, any individuals bringing non-FBI owned mobile devices into FBI-controlled facilities, any individuals possessing non-FBI owned mobile devices while in FBI-controlled facilities, and all FBI personnel and entities responsible for the development, deployment, and management of FBI-owned mobile devices and technologies used for overt purposes.
The below document was found, when seeking all manuals/procedures regarding the FBI’s use of pirated software. The below is what was the result of that request.
The document below would take more than three and a half years to get released.
Mobile Devices and Mobile Applications Policy Guide, July 6, 2016 [101 Pages, 7MB]