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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Module 3 Summary – Chapter 4 Consumption
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Objectives Requirements Collection Processing and Exploitation Analysis and Production Dissemination and Consumption Feedback Thinking About the Process Key Terms Please review terms in Chapter 4
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Requirements Intelligence process Identifying requirements Collection Processing and exploitation Analysis and production Dissemination Consumption Feedback
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Requirements Defining policy issues or areas to which intelligence is expected to make a contribution Intelligence priorities should reflect policy priorities What if there is a gap? Risk a lack of intelligence IC viewed as threatening Conflicting or competing priorities Importance versus likelihood Priority creep Try moving an issue lower once given higher status Priorities driven by resources
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