The Prime Minister, by means of an order, grants the Foreign Intelligence Agency its statute, which defines the general internal organization of the Agency. The current organizational structure was established by the Order No. 74 of the Prime Minister of 26 June 2002 with subsequent amendments, whereas the internal structure of particular organizational units of the Foreign Intelligence Agency is specified by their organizational rules and regulations, granted by the Head of the Foreign Intelligence Agency by means of an order.
The Foreign Intelligence Agency comprises the following organizational units and an independent post:
The organizational structure of the Foreign Intelligence Agency includes a group of independent posts. The Head of the Foreign Intelligence Agency is authorized to form or appoint, within his competence and in accordance with the needs:
- Bureau I
- Bureau II
- Bureau III
- Bureau IV
- Bureau V
- Bureau VI
- Bureau VII
- Bureau VIII
- Staff Training Centre
- Independent Legal Unit
Furthermore, the Head of the Foreign Intelligence Agency may, by means of orders, form, reorganize and close training centres of the Foreign Intelligence Agency (within the scope not regulated by other provisions).
- units of a permanent or ad hoc character (e.g. task units),
- collective consultative and advisory organs.