4.3.3 No intelligence process
model in a Revolution in Intelligence Affairs?
The US system really is premised on preserving the independence of the intelligence process
and protecting it from political manipulation.
The grounds are that the vice president fabricated a threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, purposely manipulated the intelligence process
to deceive the citizens and Congress of the United States about an alleged relationship between Iraq and al-Qaeda and has threatened aggression against the Republic of Iran absent any real threat to the United States, all in detriment to the national interest of the United States.
(He is now the vice chairman of the National Intelligence Council for Evaluation.) The resulting work is much more than an introductory textbook; it is a trove of valuable information and insights ranging from the basic concepts and definitions of intelligence to a thorough examination of the intelligence process
The pub presents a conceptual model of the intelligence process
, although part of the description of various phases of the intelligence cycle is prescriptive rather than real life.
Mr Shea said it was unlikely that many details of the intelligence error would be made public but he confirmed: "We have ascertained quickly that the error was in the intelligence process
, not like one of pilot error or mechanical or technological error.
How does an information center fit into the competitive intelligence process
within a company?
However, the intelligence process
also includes analysis and dissemination of criminal information.
* Intelligence Pyramid--A three-part graphic illustrating how the competitive intelligence process
works for the decision maker.
The importance of removing bottlenecks from the market intelligence process
Helsinki, Finland, August 09, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Research by Global Intelligence Alliance (GIA) shows that the majority of global companies have yet to build an effective intelligence process
to bridge the gap between their business managers' needs for and the availability of market intelligence on emerging markets.
In this resource for practicing intelligence analysts, Clark describes an innovative "target-centric" intelligence process
. This approach allows intelligence collectors, analysts, and consumers to work collaboratively in order to develop actionable intelligence.