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current intelligence

One of two categories of descriptive intelligence that is concerned with describing the existing situation.
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Noun1.current intelligence - intelligence of all types and forms of immediate interest; usually disseminated without delays for evaluation or interpretation
intelligence activity, intelligence operation, intelligence - the operation of gathering information about an enemy
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The service will be adding 9,000 troops to its current intelligence force of 45,000, she said.
According to Hulnick, the current intelligence gathering system is rooted in the Cold War paradigm, which is "based on the notion that we could target certain individuals who had secret information that we needed, and we could recruit them to cooperate with us."
The current intelligence and C2 architectures and processes necessary to plan and execute DA missions are principally provided by and located within the land-component headquarters.
Former Chief of Defence Staff Lord Bramall, Britain's most senior serviceman between 1982 and 1985, warned that current intelligence remains `sparse'.
However, the authors believe that seeking greater efficiency within the current intelligence model is not an effective answer.
The JIISE created a responsive intelligence architecture consisting of a collection management section, a dissemination section, and a current intelligence section.
On July 13, 1989, CDC's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) published Current Intelligence Bulletins (CIBs) on propylene oxide [1] and on ethylene oxide [2].
Laying new technology over our current intelligence template may not yield the results we need.
Three previous Olympiads, Munich 1972, Atlanta 1996, Athens 2004, have been the targets of terrorism/extremism and there is no reason to assume that London is a planned target based on current intelligence and activities.
Casey also outlined current intelligence gathering procedures, emphasizing that the bureau's intelligence mandate is driven by consumers' needs.
He sees the attacks as a "watershed event" that will certainly change our current intelligence organization, perhaps resulting in legislation as important as the National Security Act of 1947.

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