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Unit 4 – Discussion Board View Assignment Details for Unit 4 – Unit: Intelligence Collection and Processing and Relation to the State & Local Levels
Deliverable Length: 275-300 words
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Assignment Descriiption
Respond to Another Student: Review at least 1 other student’s Key Assignment Outline and provide meaningful feedback. Refrain from general feedback, such as simply stating “good job.” Your feedback to other students is most helpful if you not only point out weak areas but also offer suggestions for improvement. The best feedback takes a three-stage approach to identify what was done well, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
For assistance with this assignment please use the following course materials and example of outline review.
References:
GEOSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION, PROCESSING, EXPLOITATION, AND DISSEMINATION
The U.S. Intelligence Community, 2015
Geospatial Intelligence Collection, Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination
Richelson, Jeffrey T
The U.S. Intelligence Community
by Jeffrey T Richelson
Signals intelligence (sigint) collection processing and exploitation [Tender documents : T23620806] MENA Report, 08/2014
(Your selected students outline)
Brandon’s Outline
I. Introduction
The DOD Information Sharing Strategy establishes five touchstones of information sharing: Culture, Policy, Governance, Economics and Resources, and Technology and Infrastructure. My paper will go over these 5 talking points and use examples to establish specific strategies. II. Importances of OCRs/ OPRs and their roles in the DOD Offices of Primary Responsibility (OPRs). One or more OPRs are assigned to each task. The OPRs will lead and work the task with the support of other organizations 2 UNCLASSIFIED DOD INFORMATION SHARING IMPLEMENTATION PLAN as necessary. OPRs will report progress to the plan oversight body and will be required to provide a Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M) for each assigned task as appropriate. Offices of Collateral Responsibility (OCRs)
a. Identify appropriate interfaces between DoD and its mission partners (DHS/ FBI) b. Identification of information-sharing barriers and an explanation of how and why they are classified as barriers
Reference the DOD Information Sharing and Implementation Plan (2008- Current) III. The History of Tensions Between Intelligence and Criminal Investigations.
Issues of collecting information and how certain agencies violated rights of citizens in domestic surveillance ops under Hoover. a. Domestic Intelligence Division of the FBI https://irp.fas.org/eprint/wall.pdf
b. National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC)
Ethical and privacy considerations and how much the government can get away with and what is unconstitutional The influence of Social Networks makes it complicated to regulate
IV. Intelligence Cycle The intelligence cycle is an effective way of processing information and turning it into relevant and actionable intelligence.
Explanation of the Model
(https://web.archive.org/web/20200508151219/https://www.cia.gov/kids-page/6-12th-grade/who-we-are-what-we-do/the-intelligence-cycle.html) a. Direction
b. Collection
c. Processing and Exploitation
d. Analysis
e. Dissemination
f. Feedback Each one of these steps is executed by the DoD to meet a given objective. V. Conclusion How does the DoD continue to develop new methods and is it too late for the U.S? VI. References References 2004 Budget for the Fiscal Year https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/BUDGET-2004-BUD/pdf/BUDGET-2004-BUD-31.pdf
Representative Rob Simmons (R-CT-02) obtains 417 house votes in favor of open-source intelligence (OSINT) as essential part of reform effort: [1]. (2004, Jun 26). PR Newswire https://coloradotech.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://www.proquest.com/wire-feeds/representative-rob-simmons-r-ct-02-obtains-417/docview/444807306/se-2?accountid=144789
Zegart, Amy (2019) U.S. Intelligence needs another reinvention https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/09/us-intelligence-needs-another-reinvention/597787/
*******************************INSTRUCTORS FEEDBACK TO BRANDON’S OUTLINE****************************************************
Hi Brandon and thank you for your posting. Budget and resources are an important part of organizing intelligence and understanding how intelligence is applied. For the outline, note that you must have a thesis. I did not see that here. Note that with the outline, you need to write in third person, not first/second, and you need a thesis. (Example outline and responses)
Alvin’s outline
Criminal Justice Intelligence Outline
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) encompasses information collected from sources that are publicly available.
Pros
Recently, the use of OSINT has become very popular. Most intelligence and corporate security analysts have used the method to make decisions and identify risks because of its various advantages.
Cons
Although there are multiple benefits in using OSINT, it has several inevitable limitations which should be adequately considered.
Emerging Intelligence Community
The emerging IC is the consistently evolving new agencies in the IC, including disciplines excluding law enforcement.
Cybersecurity AND Communication Reliability Division (CCR)
CCR consistently engages with the evolving IC as it develops and implements advancements that promote community infrastructure’s security and reliability by collaborating with the key stakeholders and the communication sector.
Operations and Emergency Management Division (OEM)
The OEM in the ever-evolving IC carries out continuous operations for situational awareness in the community industry, promoting public safety, national security, and management of incidents. Hello Alvin, After reviewing your key assessment outline I found numerous things that were done well, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. What was done well: You followed the instructions almost to a T. I like how direct and to the point you were with each topic. It made the entire assessment an easy read. Weaknesses: You could have expounded more under each topic. Brevity is great when you have to make a briefing for someone that is really busy, but not when you are not on a time crunch. Areas for improvement:
Again, just feel free to explain your thoughts more about the topics. You only provided a little over 155 words and the assignment called for 400-600. I would hate to see you get failed on this. Thanks again for your thoughts.

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