Expectations of Intelligence in the Information Age

Lt Gen Michael Flynn DIA DirectorThe digital information revolution has handed the U.S. intelligence community a slew of new challenges that are nowhere close to resolution, a new study says.  The 21st-century problems range from mountains of data to accelerated pace of change to competing information flow from nongovernmental sources to fears of violating privacy and civil liberties, according to a paper “Expectations of Intelligence in the Information Age”  See GovExec article for highlights.

Decision makers will expect the Intelligence Community to validate and meld their information with that available in open source.

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  1. A complete dissection of this report has been posted at Phi Beta Iota the Public Intelligence Blog. It replicates, very badly, a DCI STIC working paper of 1993 that is provided online as part of the dissection.

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