See the formally published version:
This is one of two seminal documents in circulation in the Spring and Summer of 1997. The financial numbers in this document were vetted and modified as necessary by Don Gessaman and Arnie Donahue–they are suitable for a President or a Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and still valid today adjusted for inflation. The other is the study done by Boyd Sutton on The Challenge of Global Coverage (click on the frog to go directly to that study. In both instances, because the recommendations were at odds with the conventional bureaucratic desire to increase secret technical intelligence capabilities, the reports were ignored.
“CREATING A SMART NATION: Strategy, Policy, Intelligence, & Information,” pp. 77-90.
“Private Enterprise Intelligence: Its Potential Contribution to National Security”
“E3i: Ethics, Ecology, Evolution, and Intelligence” was inspired in part by Walter Truett Anderson's 1987 book, To Govern Evolution: Further Adventures of the Political Animal, and accepted by Howard Rheingold, whose 1986 book, Tools for Thought: The History and Future of Mind-Expanding Technology, was my first exposure to “intelligence” outside the secret bunker–my first realization that the secret world was isolated from a larger reality.