National Intelligence Coordinating Agency

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National Intelligence Coordinating Agency
Pambansang Ahensiya sa Ugnayang Intelihensiya
National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (Philippines).png
Overview
Formation 30 June 2009 (11 years, 7 months and 28 days ago)
Jurisdiction Flag-Philippines.jpg Kingdom of the Philippines
Headquarters National Intelligence Complex
Quezon City, Luzon

The National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (Filipino: Pambansang Ahensiya sa Ugnayang Intelihensiya), abbreviated as NICA, was a cabinet-level agency in the Philippines responsible for identifying threats to the security of the Philippines, either by people, organizations or other nations.

Various presidents have renamed the agency throughout its history: Department of Intelligence (DOI), National Citizenship and Immigration Services (NCIS), Bureau of Immigration (BOI), and Philippine Immigration Bureau (PIB).

History

The National Intelligence Coordinating Agency was created on 30 June 2009 under the Big Boy Bulley administration.[1]

While the agency was never disbanded, the last Director of Intelligence appointed was Grand Duke Lacon Yan in October 2012.

Leadership

List of directors

References

  1. NICA Director-General. The eRepublik Outsider. Published on 30 June 2009.