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Lovely to see a search like this.  Here are the core references and then a comment and then a number of other references, but the reality is that this entire website is about creating a smart nation, and world brain, and four reforms: electoral, intelligence, governance, and national security.

Afterthought:  all the references from the early 1990’s are sad but still relevant.  99% of our “managers” have been repeating the same year’s experience each year for the past 20-30 years.  There has been no cumulative learning, no strategic development, and that is why we need the four reforms and a smart nation–all of which is rooted in creating a defense open source intelligence grid that is capable of Multinational Engagement that leverages 90 militaries to create two-way reachback across all eight tribes in all languages all the time.

Smart Nation Core References

Legislation: Smart Nation-Safe Nation Act of 2009

2008: Creating a Smart Nation

2008 World Brain as EarthGame

2008 COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE: Creating a Prosperous World at Peace

2008: Creating a Smart Nation

2006 INFORMATION OPERATIONS: All Information, All Languages, All the Time

2006 THE SMART NATION ACT: Public Intelligence in the Public Interest

2006 Forbes Blank Slate On Education

2006 Forbes Blank Slate On Intelligence

2006 Yekelo (ZA) Continental Early Warning & Information Sharing: A Military Perspective on Deterring & Resolving Complex Emergencies

2002 THE NEW CRAFT OF INTELLIGENCE: Personal, Public, & Political

1996: CREATING A SMART NATION: Strategy, Policy, Intelligence & Information

1995 Creating a Smart Nation: Strategy, Policy, Intelligence, & Information

1995 GIQ 13/2 Creating a Smart Nation: Strategy, Policy, Intelligence, and Information

1995 National Information Strategy 101 Presentation to CENDI/COSPO*

1993 Corporate Role in National Competitiveness: Smart People + Good Tools + Information = Profit

1993 From Schoolhouse to White House

1992 AIJ Winter National Security Act of 1992

Journal: Rob Simmons, THE Smart Nation/ Open Source Intelligence Champion on the Hill, Running for U.S. Senate, Challenging Senator Chris Dodd

Memoranda: OSS CEO to DNI One-Pager

Memorandum: $2 Billion Obligation Plan Centered on Defense, for a New Open Source Agency

Memoranda: Creating a New Agency with a New Mission, New Methods, and a New Mind Set

Memoranda: Policy-Budget Outreach Tool

2004 OSS CEO Response to Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Call for Data on Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)

2004 Modern History of Public Intelligence and the Opposition

FOUR REFORMS

Memoranda: Four Reforms for Public Consideration

Below the Fold: Intelligence Reform, Electoral Reform, National Security Reform, Governance Reform, Other References on Smart Nation and Four Reforms

Intelligence Reform

2009 Intelligence for the President–AND Everyone Else

2009 Fixing the White House & National Intelligence

2009 Human Intelligence: All Humans, All Minds, All the Time

2009 Perhaps We Should Have Shouted: A Twenty-Year Restrospective

2009 Re-Inventing Intelligence to Re-Engineer Earth

2008 IJIC 21/3 The Open Source Program: Missing in Action

2008 Open Source Intelligence (Strategic)

2008 Open Source Intelligence (Operational)

2007 IJIC 20/1 Foreign Liaison and Intelligence Reform: Still in Denial

2006 IJIC 19/1 Intelligence Affairs: Evolution, Revolution, or Reactionary Collapse?”

2002 New Rules for the New Craft of Intelligence (Book 2 Chapter 15)

2002 TIME Magazine The New Craft of Intelligence

2002 IJIC 15/2 Crafting Intelligence in the Aftermath [of 9/11]

Memorandum: Talking Points on Intelligence Reform

Memorandum: Talking Points on Homeland Defense Intelligence

2000 Presidential Intelligence (Book 1 Chapter 13)

2000 ON INTELLIGENCE: Spies and Secrecy in an Open World

1997 Strategic Intelligence in the USA: Myth or Reality?

1995 Re-Inventing Intelligence The Vision and the Strategy

1992 Intelligence Lessons Learned from Recent Expeditionary Operations

1992 Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield: The Marine Corps Viewpoint

1991 MCG Intelligence Support for Expeditionary Planners

1991 Defense Intelligence Productivity

Electoral Reform

NOTE: It’s all connected.    Cannot have smart spies in a dumb nation, cannot have proper education within a two-party tyranny that screws the middle class, blue collar, and poor in order to enrich the corrupt few–this is as true in small towns across America as it is at the federal level.  See Deer Hunting with Jesus–Dispatches from America’s Class War

Reference: Electoral Reform Act of 2009

Reference: Citizens Rule Book

Review: The Collapse of Complex Societies

Review: The Populist Moment–A Short History of the Agrarian Revolt in America

Worth a Look: Nader 2000 campaign manager publishes article on discriminatory ballot access laws

Review: Getting a Grip–Clarity, Creativity, and Courage in a World Gone Mad

Review: Is Democracy Possible Here?: Principles for a New Political Debate

Review: Grand Illusion–The Myth of Voter Choice in a Two-Party Tyranny

Review: Glenn Beck’s Common Sense–The Case Against an Out-of-Control Government, Inspired by Thomas Paine

Review: Peaceful Positive Revolution–Economic Security for Every American

Journal: Weak Signals–Social Dislocation Ahead

Journal: Weak Signals–Civil War in the USA?

Review: Harvest Of Rage–Why Oklahoma City Is Only The Beginning

Review: The Crisis of Western Culture

National Security Reform

Reference: CJCS & Frog 6 Strategic Guidance Side-by-Side (Each is Six Pages)

Event Report: 20 Nov 09 NYC Counterinsurgency–America’s Strategic Burden Featuring Nagl, Kilcullen, Sheehan, Bergen, Coll Among Others

2008 U.S. Naval Power in the 21st Century

Memorandum: Streamling National Security

2001 Threats, Strategy, and Force Structure: An Alternative Paradigm for National Security

2000 IJIC 13/4 Possible Presidential Initiatives (Before 9-11)

2000 Presidential Leadership and National Security Policy Making

1998 JFQ The Asymmetric Threat: Listening to the Debate

1998 Information Peacekeeping: The Purest Form of War

1998 TAKEDOWN: Targets, Tools, & Technocracy

1997 USIP Conference on Virtual Diplomacy Virtual Intelligence: Conflict Avoidance and Resolution through Information Peacekeeping

1993 On Defense & Intelligence–The Grand Vision

1999 Setting the Stage for Information-Sharing in the 21st Century: Three Issues of Common Concern to DoD and the Rest of the World

1992 MCU Thinking About Revolution

1992 USNI Proceedings C4I The New Linchpin

Reference: 1992 USMC C4I Campaign Plan

1992 Information Concepts & Doctrine for the Future

1990 Expeditionary Environment Analytic Model

Governance Reform

2008 Rebalancing the Instruments of National Power–Army Strategy Conference of 2008 Notes, Summary, & Article

Prefaces (Steele, Sanders, Atlee, Hartmann, Seagraves)

Chapter: Paradigms of Failure

Election 2008 Chapter: The Substance of Governance

1975 MA Paper: The origin, status, and failure of the state as the sovereign mode of human organization

Other References

1988-2009 OSINT-M4IS2 TECHINT Chronology

Definitions: Emerging Taxonomy for Collective Intelligence

Graphic: Integrity in All Respects

Journal: “Expert Judgement” vs. Public Intelligence

Journal: Anthropology 101–Not Being Listened To

Journal: Chuck Spinney and Pat Buchanan on Groupthinking Apparat Moves to Finish Off Obama

Journal: Constant Technical Stare vs. Engaged Brain

Journal: Design Thinking for Government

Journal: Government Information Policy & Security Not Favoring the Public

Journal: Hybrid Hybrid Hybrid–Learn this Word

Journal: Information Arms Race

Journal: Integrity 101 for Presidential Aides

Journal: Obliviousness–and Lies–Kill Own’s Own

Journal: Police Chiefs Get Smart About Citizen Intelligence–As Called for by The Smart Nation Act

Journal: PowerShift–USA Elite Not Interested!

Journal: Race, Class, Money & Truth

Journal: The Intelligence War Not Fought

Reference: Are Hackers Pioneers with the Right Stuff or Criminal Pathological Scum? Mitch Kabay Reprises

Reference: Information Strategy 101

Review DVD: Idiocracy

Review: C3I–Issues of Command and Control

Review: Consilience–the Unity of Knowledge

Review: Don’t Bother Me Mom–I’m Learning!

Review: Early Warning–Using Competitive Intelligence to Anticipate Market Shifts, Control Risk, and Create Powerful Strategies

Review: Here Comes Everybody–The Power of Organizing Without Organizations

Review: Mobilizing Minds–Creating Wealth From Talent in the 21st Century Organization

Review: Nation of Secrets–The Threat to Democracy and the American Way of Life

Review: Organizational Intelligence (Knowledge and Policy in Government and Industry)

Review: Panarchy–Understanding Transformations in Human and Natural Systems

Review: Preparing for the 21st century–An appraisal of U.S. intelligence : report of the Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the United States Intelligence Community

Review: Reinventing Knowledge–From Alexandria to the Internet

Review: Report of the Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Secrecy

Review: The Design of Business–Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage

Review: The Pirate’s Dilemma–How Youth Culture Is Reinventing Capitalism

Review: The Wisdom of Crowds–Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies and Nations

Review: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons–From Theory to Practice

Search: five front war the better way to fight

Search: Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield

Search: Intelligence Reform

Search: Knowledge Policy

Search: Seven Tribes (now Eight Tribes)

Search: The Future of OSINT [is M4IS2-Multinational]

Worth a Look: Innovation Orientation

Worth a Look: Legislation Of, By, and For the Public

Worth a Look: Real-Time Intelligence (RTI)

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