Reference: Congressional Research Service Report on Congress as a Consumer of Intelligence Information

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Below is a very important report that focuses primarily on Congress as a consumer of SECRET information.  The report has yet to be written on Congressional needs for decision-support (intelligence) that is unclassified and can be shared with constituents, the press, and the private sector being regulated and taxed.

CRS Report
CRS Report

Click on the Frog to see a one-page listing of Congressional committees and how they would benefit from an Open Source Agency (OSA) that included Congress via the Congressional Research Service (CRS) as a primary stake-holder and recipient of unclassified decision-support.  Conressional needs are also addressed by The Smart Nation Act: Public Intelligence in the Public Interest.

Congress & OSINT
Congress & OSINT
Congress & OSINT
Congress & OSINT

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