This did not yield what it should have when we tested it. Here is what you might find helpful.
Note the emphasis on treating Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) as an extension of Human Intelligence (HUMINT) rather than as it is now treated by DoD and the US IC, as a minor-league form of Technical Intelligence (TECHINT).
This covers end to end intelligence reform as it pertains to both harnessing he distributed intelligence of the whole earth (which demands Multinational Engagement outside the wire), and the provision of decision support to everybody from the President to the strategic corporal at the tip of the spear. The recent earthquake in Haiti is both a solid demonstration of the inadequacy of USG OSINT-HUMINT today, and an equally compelling demonstration of how urgent it is that we address the possibilities.
This has most of the references including the two DoD OSINT Briefings, should there be an opportunity to contribute in service to the needs of the Republic. Robert Steele is still seeking work.