The U.S. State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR), "drawing on all-source intelligence, provides value-added independent analysis of events to Department policymakers, ensures that intelligence activities support foreign policy and national security purposes; and serves as the focal point in the Department for ensuring policy review of sensitive counterintelligence and law enforcement activities. INR's primary mission is to harness intelligence to serve U.S. diplomacy. The bureau also analyzes geographical and international boundary issues. INR is a member of the U.S. intelligence community."
Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR), official web site
FY 2009 INR Budget Justification, from the State Department's Congressional Budget Justification, February 2008
Hamas and Fateh Neck and Neck As Palestinian Elections Near, January 19, 2006
State Dept Comments on Applicability of Geneva Convention to Al Qaeda and Taliban Prisoners, memo to White House Counsel from William H. Taft, IV, February 2, 2002
Protecting Classified Documents at State Department Headquarters, Office of Inspector General Oversight Audit, September 1999
Declassifying State Department Secrets, Office of Inspector General Oversight Audit, September 1998