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Magnifying glass over map of the United StatesThe FBI is the lead agency for exposing, preventing, and investigating intelligence activities on U.S. soil. It’s our second highest priority because foreign espionage strikes at the heart of our national security—impacting our political, military, and economic strengths. Learn more here about our proactive national initiatives.

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Report Espionage!

Counterintelligence capabilities, photos courtesy US Army, US Air Force, Microsoft.
Help your country and put money in your pocket: the Attorney General has recently authorized a reward of up to $500,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of a person who commits or conspires to commit an act of espionage or that leads to the prevention of an act of espionage.

To report suspected or suspicious activities, contact the FBI field office nearest you and ask to speak with our Counterintelligence Domain Coordinator. Or submit an anonymous tip online.

Our Domain Program
Domain ProgramThe best way to counter today’s widespread espionage is to know the targets, who is after them, and how to protect them. That’s the goal of our new Counter-intelligence Domain Program, which builds partnerships with the business and academic communities and key sectors of the U.S. government. Learn more here.

Economic Espionage

Lock and key graphicThe Cold War isn’t over, it has just moved into a new arena: the global marketplace. Read about the threat, the six steps to protecting your business, and frequently asked questions. Details