Bureau of Information Resource Management [Department of State] Law and Legal Definition
The Bureau of Information Resource Management within the Department of State is created to provide the information technology and services the Department needs to successfully carry out its foreign policy mission by applying modern IT tools, approaches, systems, and information products.
The Bureau aims to expand the use of collaborative information development and refinement to provide end users with the most accurate and useful information. It strives to improve its commitment for transparent, interconnected diplomacy, information systems and to incorporate new technologies for the advancement of the U.S. foreign policy. The Bureau is also focused on enhancing security for the Department's computer and communications systems.
Legal Definition list
- Bureau of Industry and Security
- Bureau of Indian Affairs [BIA]
- Bureau of Human Resources [Department of State]
- Bureau of Forestry
- Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs [Department of State]
- Bureau of Information Resource Management [Department of State]
- Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs [INL]
- Bureau of Justice Assistance
- Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
- Bureau of Land Management [BLM]
- Bureau of Legislative Affairs [Department of State]