The U.S. Army Intelligence Agency (USAIA) was established in 1967. It objective were to
- (1) Manage for the Department of the Army (DA) the production and dissemination of intelligence and intelligence information in support of Army missions.
- (2) Produce all-source intelligence in support of Army missions.
- (3) Coordinate requirements for the production and dissemination of intelligence information produced by the other Department of Defense (DOD) and non-DOD agencies. This included arranging for the issue of Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) administrative publications to major Army commands (MACOMs) and MACOM affiliated organizations worldwide.
- (4) Represent and report as appropriate to the DA on intelligence production and dissemination matters throughout the intelligence community.
In 1977, it was replaced by the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command.
- AR 381-19, at 1.