This led to the merger of the four agencies and the Ubiqtorate was formed and saw the intelligence service reorganized with frightening speed. [14], The Intelligence Bureau would take the data from the Analysis Bureau and run it by a group of experts to predict what the Empire's enemies would do next. At some point after the Battle of Yavin, Imperial Intelligence was tasked with tracking and apprehending the Death Star architect; Bevel Lemelisk.

[14], The Analysis Bureau responsible for handling large amounts of data from tens of millions of sources, searching for enemy activity by analyzing the patterns or trends in the data they handle and transmitting the information to the Intelligence bureau.

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It would be under the control of the Ubiqtorate, but could also answer to a Grand Moff or the Emperor himself.

[14], The External Communications (ExComm) section managed the equipment that relayed emergency or high priority messages between the various bureaus of Imperial Intelligence, the Ubiqtorate, and the Imperial military that required fast and immediate delivery.
[1], The Sedition branch predicted trends of groups that offered resistance to the Empire.

Affiliation They were also responsible for watching the activities of various governments, corporations and other forces in the galaxy. Analysis also handled, examined and copied useful technologies, even developing a few of their own.

This turned out to be correct, which eventually resulted in Task Force 99 finding the outpost on Horox III with the help of local villagers. It was through Calixte that Krayt's Sith were able to first approach the Empire. Their primary purpose was the interrogation of Jedi or particularly resistant subjects. After the Declaration of the New Order, the disparate Republic organizations were formally amalgamated into the new Imperial Intelligence, with Isard in charge as Director of Intelligence. Sector Plexus maintained an enormous database filled with information on every Imperial Intelligence officer, their aliases, and their activities. The military intelligence agencies ordered a collated analysis of suspicious activity reports on a quarterly basis and reverse-mapped it to population research, honing in on cases clustered in the galaxy's sparsely populated areas. [2] They also supplied any information to the various branches in the Imperial Military regarding any potential targets and strategies, which made them valuable despite being kept off the front lines.[3].

Imperial Intelligence Operations Center, Coronar (Galactic Empire)[10]Technical Branch Outpost, Lotide (Galactic Empire)[11]Dakot Tech, Dakot Seven (Galactic Empire)[11]Lusankya (Galactic Empire)[12]Ubiqtorate, Yaga Minor (Imperial Remnant)[13]
DT-F16 was killed along with the Imperials aboard Freighter 2716 and Captain Slavin's Imperial Star Destroyer.

In order to gain an advantage, Intelligence began offering rewards to those that betrayed their comrades such as being allowed to retain their property which worked well initially. The boundaries between the various units were often blurred and IntCon was known for its informal atmosphere and loose structure. The Imperials forced a local Sugi crime lord to give up his ship to them, and attempted to stop the captured Spike. [4] Although their missions differed slightly, there was a rivalry between Intelligence and the Imperial Security Bureau,[2] a sub-agency of COMPNOR. Later Imperial accounts speak of the leaders of these networks being bypassed by corrupt members of the Galactic Senate, who were buying information from lower-level operatives in pursuit of their own political agendas, a description that might have, in fact, alluded to the activities of the Petition of 2000. [6], Imperial Intelligence was composed of a leadership; the Ubiqtorate, and six main branches; Analysis, Adjustments, the Bureau of Operations, Intelligence, the Internal Organization Bureau and Sector Plexus. Nevertheless, they had a larger purpose, working on the assumption that the Rebellion would work as hard as possible to render any divulged information useless.

Those who survived with their minds intact acquired a great deal of knowledge, and were then transferred back to the Operations Bureau and assigned to Infiltration. DiploServ personnel were well trained and expected to perform only their overt duties. It had oversight of the operations of the Naval Intelligence Agency which was briefly made its own separate organization before being folded back under Imperial Intelligence. At the peak of the New Order, Surveillance had less than one agent for every seventy so dedicated in COMPNOR's Imperial Security Bureau.

Information inside IntOrg was heavily secured against unauthorized access by other bureaus, but no restrictions against other agents of IntOrg. Formed before the formation of the Empire, the Ubiqtorate was a name that in some circles had become synonymous with Imperial Intelligence. The Bureau handled the covert operations which were beyond the scope or required greater resources than those of the average operations capabilities of local Imperial Intel assets.

This intelligence service was one of the few legacies that remained from the Old Republic and was completely reformed after the Declaration of a New Order.

[14], Presumably, the authority of the Senate Intelligence Oversight Committee to interfere in and oversee intelligence affairs was also removed during the reforms, but the speed and efficiency in which the Intelligence community had reorganized itself frightened several of Palpatine's advisors, including Lord Crueya Vandron, and the COMPOR organization was reorganized as COMPNOR to provide a counterpart under their own control. Though Imperial Intelligence's central organization was largely gutted, individual agents and analysts continued their operations in the following decades providing information and services for the various Warlords, Moffs, Heads of State, and other leaders of the Imperial Remnant.