The intelligence process
supports the operations process; commanders must drive both processes.
The solution will be based on WiT(TM), a highly advanced end-to-end intelligence and investigation platform that supports every stage of the intelligence process
, including the collection of the data from multiple sources, analysis of the gathered information, as well as multi-dimentional research and investigation tools.
Simply Measured CEO Adam Schoenfield said the addition of DataRank enables the company to offer a solution for every step of the social intelligence process
The importance of removing bottlenecks from the market intelligence process
While the idea of the intelligence cycle (moving through planning and direction, collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination) is fairly ubiquitous in the post-World War II literature on intelligence, it has been subjected to little critical scrutiny even as it is recognized as a not particularly accurate picture of the intelligence process
by many intelligence officers and others.
As shown below in Figure 1, the intelligence process
consists of five phases: Planning and Direction, Collection, Processing and Exploatation, Analysis and Production, and Dissemination and integration (DoD, 2007, p.
In their article on the conceptual structuring of the intelligence and counterintelligence processes, Duvenage and Hough explore the question of whether existing postulations of the intelligence process
accommodate counterintelligence and counterespionage processes sufficiently.
20 -- Intelligence Plaza(R), an enterprise software that enables full control of the intelligence process
, now offers users the choice of sharing information through RSS feeds or emails, a web user interface, mobile user interfaces or Microsoft SharePoint.
It is also a powerful way to enhance the co-creation intelligence process
, meaning that people from around the company combine their intellectual capabilities to conduct analysis.
material in the opening section will be familiar to those who have read the various first-person accounts of the buildup to the war and the resulting analyses of executive decision making, the questionable intelligence process
, and the deliberate attempt to create a climate of support for war among the public.
The dismissive comments that the intelligence community is an "independent" arm of government and that the administration does not necessarily embrace its judgments is being seen as a repudiation of the entire intelligence process
, which has been painfully rebuilt in the aftermath of the heavily politicized 2002 Iraq NIE.
Those interested in the truly painstaking intelligence process
of taking down the Khan network will find it fascinating.