2000 PRIMER on Open Sources & Methods

Methods & Process, OSINT Generic

2000

SE

TrainingBjorePRIMER: How InfoSphere Uses the Internet

2000

US

TrainingCSMPRIMER: Top Secret Kodak Moments in Space

2000

US

TrainingDavidPRIMER: Intelligence Analysis in a New Century

2000

US

TrainingDavisPRIMER: Compendium of Analytic Tradecraft Notes

2000

NL

TrainingFaracePRIMER: Gray Literature 2: Finding the Not Easily Found

2000

US

TrainingKleinPRIMER: Gray Literature 1: Finding the Needle in the Haystack

2000

US

TrainingLanzaPRIMER: Beyond the Internet (Slides)

2000

US

TrainingLanzaPRIMER: Beyond the Internet (Text)

2000

US

TrainingRodriguezPRIMER: Briefing on DIALOG

2000

US

TrainingRodriguezPRIMER: Chart Comparing DIALOG to Internet (At the Time)

2000

US

TrainingSacksPRIMER: Primary Research

2000

US

TrainingSandmanPRIMER  Applied Human Intelligence

2000

US

TrainingSnowdenPRIMER: Geospatial Intelligence Options

2000

US

TrainingSoule & RyanPRIMER: Gray Literature 3: Technical Briefing

2000

US

TrainingSteelePRIMER: A Few Thoughts on the Internet (At the Time)

2000

US

TrainingWebb & SteelePRIMER: Integrated Analytic Toolkit Requirements

1995 House Appropriations Committee Surveys Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)

History of Opposition, Legislation, Methods & Process, Policy

In 1995 the House Appropriations Committee (HAC) took and interest in Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), and c arried out a survey that to the best of our knowledge, was blocked, side-stepped, and generally not respected by the U.S. Intelligence Community generally and the Department of Defense (DoD) specifically.

Click on the below JPEG to read two pages summarizing what OSS CEO said to them.

HAC OSINT 1995
HAC OSINT 1995

Reference: Mapping Hypertext (1989)

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