Reference: Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) Number 206 Source Requirements for Disseminated Analytic Products

Director of National Intelligence et al (IC)
ICD 206
ICD 206

This is an interesting reference but it fails to deal with the core problem: the national and defense intelligence communities are not providing enough useful credible information or intelligence (sense-making) to the combatant commanders and the company commanders.  Neither national nor defense intelligence are structured to actually support policy makers or acquisition managers on a day to day basis.  The entire national and defense intelligence structures are stagnant right where it matters most: discovering, discriminating, distilling, and delivering the cream from all sources in all languages to the people putting their lives on the line.  It is not working!

Update:  See also:

Reference: Fixing Intel–A Blueprint for Making Intelligence Relevant in Afghanistan

Reference: BGen McMaster at ODNI on Afghanistan