Federal Bureau of Investigation


One Family. One FBI.

Protecting the country requires people with unique perspectives and a strong commitment to their communities. That’s why the FBI is proud to support an inclusive workplace environment, where human differences are valued and respected. Whether executing a single arrest or coordinating the takedown of an international terror cell, the FBI’s success — and national security — depend on thousands of people with thousands of backgrounds and thousands of skills who have one thing in common: they have chosen to make the FBI mission their career.

At every level and position, embracing diversity is what guides the FBI in achieving its mission. Nine Diversity Advisory Committees regularly inform leadership about the success of diversity policies, programs and practices as they relate to underrepresented communities. These committees encourage employee engagement on diversity and inclusion matters, as well as participate in commemorative programs, cultural awareness activities and diversity training. They include:

  • American Indian/Alaska Native Advisory Committee
  • Asian Pacific American Advisory Committee
  • Black Affairs Diversity Committee
  • Hispanic Advisory Board
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Allies Advisory Committee
  • Near & Middle East Advisory Committee
  • Persons with Disabilities Advisory Committee
  • Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee
  • Women’s Advisory Committee

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Learn more about our Diversity Policies and how you, too, can have a career like no other at https://www.fbijobs.gov/working-at-FBI/diversity.