Tiera BrownWeek 1 Assignment HSM 205In fact, after reading this week, I think they are all important, but I could not limit it down to just one, and I thought two of these roles were important. The intelligence services of the United States have two primary roles. These are the set and study. Covered intervention and counterterrorism are an essential part of the overall phase of terrorism. Counter-terrorism is also the security of terrorism and intelligence. First, defense information is given a classification rating based on its importance and the possible harm to national security if released. To be cleared, an applicant must complete an in-depth background investigation; this is a comprehensive procedure in which agencies investigate every aspect of an individual's life. In comparison, substance screening and polygraph tests are also used as part of the prosecution. Counterintelligence has an aggressive component, too. If practical, disseminating misinformationwill bind the adversary's resources and send them in the wrong direction. It may even confuse them regarding their intentions or skills. IC conducts covert ops relatively infrequently and only with the approval of the highest authority. The central aspect of an excellent undercover op is plausible denial, where the action itself can not be tracked back to the U.S. government. Collection and interpretation are well-agreed to be intelligence functions. Selection is a feature ofknowledge that seems to be clear and unchallenged. This role allows organizations to collect knowledge on odd persons and the actions needed by the U.S. that can not be obtained in public services. The analytical role has comparable functional circumstances. Intelligence analysis takesthe information presented, blends it with public information, and generates an analysis for the client. Analysis material is usually defined as including information found from intelligence sources.