The two below references have finally been updated and the original PDFs are now online (they were lost when site moved from Sweden and previous oss.net shortcuts were lost).
NEW: 2008 Open Source Intelligence (Strategic) OLD: http://www.oss.net/OSINT-S
Introduction OSINT and Intelligence Reform – History – Requirements – Collection – Processing – Analysis – Covert Action – Counterintelligence – Accountability, Civil Liberties, and Oversight – Strategic Warning – Strategic Sharing – Emerging Prospects — Digitization — Visualization — Peer-to-Peer (P2P) OSINT and Electoral Reform OSINT and Governance Reform OSINT and Strategic Budgetary Reform Notes 1-44
NEW: 2008 Open Source Intelligence (Operational) OLD: http://www.oss.net/OSINT-O
Executive Summary – Definition and scope – Open source intelligence and joint or coalition operations – Private sector information offerings – OSINT and the emerging future intelligence architecture of NATO Introduction to Open Source Intelligence – Definitions – OSINT in context – OSINT and information operations – OSINT and national security – OSINT and the larger customer base for intelligence – OSINT and the levels of analysis – OSINT and coalitions – OSINT and saving the world – OSINT as a transformative catalyst for reform Open Sources of Information Open Source Software and Software for Exploitation Open Source Services The Open Source Intelligence Cycle Applied Open Source Intelligence – Open source intelligence tradecraft – Mission relevance of open source intelligence — Missioon area applications Conclusion – Money Matters — Funding trade-offs — Contracting mistakes — Metrics for measuring return on investment —–Cost of secrecy —–Relative value —–Return on sharing — Commercial strategy — Budget and manning implications – The value of sharing References Acronyms Notes 1-30