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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Module 5 Summary – Chapter 6 Analysis
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Objectives Major themes Analytical issues Intelligence Analysis: An assessment Key terms Please review terms in Chapter 5
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Major themes Formal requirements Formal requirements are generally understood Prioritization is needed Current intelligence Reports and analysis less than a week or two More tactical in nature and in great demand Risk just reporting collection instead of analysis Can be strategic by adding depth, context, related issues
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Major themes Long-term intelligence Extremely detailed, adds depth and context Longer range analysis, beyond current demands Less likely to be read Briefings Current intelligence presented to decision makers Benefits of interaction Concern about proximity Presidential Daily Brief Previously CIA, now DNI
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Major themes Crisis versus the norm Crisis-driven requirements force current- intelligence Jump from hot topic to hot topic, allowing some issues to go without study Reserve capability Small collection reserve No analytical reserve Limited capability to move assets to now important topics
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12/19/10 SCTY 315, Studies in Intelligence I Major themes Wheat versus chaff problem Amount of information analyzed is formidable Analytical tools: text and data mining Identify patterns in the bulk of information Important for analysis to work collection sorting Analysts fungibility or agility
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2010 for the course MGMT 201 taught by Professor Claper during the Winter '10 term at Embry-Riddle FL/AZ.

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