Who We Are
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) is the leading nonpartisan, nonprofit trade association for driving public-private partnerships to advance intelligence and national security priorities.
INSA has more than 160 corporate members and enjoys extensive participation from senior leaders within the public, private, and academic sectors. Members include current and former high-ranking intelligence, military and government agency leaders, analysts, and experts from industry and academia. View Board of Directors.
INSA programs and policy councils offer valuable opportunities to showcase your thought leadership and expand your professional network. For more information or to find a subject matter expert, contact [email protected]
INSA provides a nonpartisan forum for collaboration among the public, private, and academic sectors of the intelligence and national security communities that bring together committed experts in and out of government to identify, develop, and promote practical and creative solutions to national security problems.
To become the leading nonpartisan, nonprofit forum for driving public-private partnerships that advance intelligence and national security priorities.
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INSA's Commitment to Diversity with Inclusion
All of us at INSA are appalled by the recent events in our country. From the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and, sadly, many others, to the continuing nationwide calls for justice, we realize we must speak out. Black lives matter. We stand in solidarity with those fighting the scourge of racism.
Diversity and inclusion are two of INSA’s guiding principles. Yet we know that as an organization we can and must do better. While there are no easy answers, we commit to holding ourselves accountable – by listening, learning, and leading through example.
Going forward, we will look to reshape our programs to ensure the content and opportunities better align and advance all segments of our community. In addition, we will seek out partners that advance equity and diverse viewpoints. And we will address diversity and representation within our own workforce through reevaluating our internal processes, investing in education for our employees, and ensuring all feel welcome and valued.
It is incumbent on each of us to do the work to identify, challenge, and change the values, structures, and behaviors that perpetuate injustice. Please let us know how we can better serve all members of our community and strive to ensure equality and fairness for all.