2001 Treverton (US) Reshaping National Intelligence in an Age of Information

Historic Contributions, Methods & Process, Strategy
RAND Bio Page
RAND Bio Page

Dr. Greg Treverton has been a mainstay “in-house” thinker from Harvard and the Council on Foreign Relations to many years at RAND and a brief stint as Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council (NIC), in which capacity he heard from us on the need for all analysts to be able to do citation analysis and identify and then interact with the top 100 published and unpublished experts in their respective domains.  He has published several books, one of which, Reshaping National Intelligence for an Age of Information, was part of the 2000-2002 effort by many of us to get the US Intelligence Community refocused to where it could produce intelligence (decision-support)  for the President AND everyone else about ALL topics.  Below is his presentation to OSS ’01:

Gregory Treverton
Gregory Treverton