Process Archives on Public Intelligence (1992-2006)

2006 US Process CRS Data Mining and Homeland Security 2006 US Process Turnbull GSA Collaborative Workshop on Information Sharing 2005 US Process Clapper Interview 2005 US Process DNI Press Release on Appointment of ADDNI/OS 2005 US Process DNI Office of the DNI Organization Charts 2005 US Process Gerecht Need for New Clandestine Service 2005 US …

2006 THE SMART NATION ACT: Public Intelligence in the Public Interest

Congressman Rob Simmons (R-CT-02) lost by eighty-three votes in 2006.  A retired U.S. Army Colonel who pioneered Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and whose service on the House Committee for Homeland Security focused on the urgency of greating public intelligence useful to our state, county, municipality, and tribal leaders, his defeat came in part because two …

2004 Atlee (US) Beyond Intelligence Reform: Shifting from Intelligence to Co-Intelligence

Godlen Candle Award: Mr. Tom Atlee OSS ’04: To Tom Atlee, founder of the Co-Intelligence Institute, for his sustained leadership in the vanguard of an informed democracy.  His book, The Tao of Democracy: Using Co-Intelligence to Create a World that Worlds for All is in the best traditions of Thomas Jefferson, who said “A Nation’s …

2002 Marshall (US) Tomorrow’s Global Hotspots: Global Systems Analysis–What Can Open Information Contributute to Conflict Managements and the Avoidance of Future Catastrophe?

Professor Monty Marshall came to our attention when his book on the Third World War impressed us so deeply.  Our review of 15 December 2001 is entitled:  Deeply Important to Our Future, Scholarly, Practical, Urgent Click on the book cover to reach the Amazon page and also read our review.  we continue to be concerned …

2002 OSINT 101: Basic Training in Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)

2002 SE Training Bjore OSINT 101: Sense-Making 2002 US Training Black OSINT 101: Desktop Tools for Smart People 2002 US Training Chester OSINT 101: NATO Lessons Learned 2002 US Training Henk OSINT 101 Respecting the Cultural Dimension: Intelligence and Africa 2002 US Training Hock OSINT 101: Overview of the World of Information 2002 US Training …

2001 Heibel (US) Intelligence Training and the Difference Between Information and Intelligence

PLATINUM Professor Robert Heibel Professor Robert Heibel, a veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is unique for having established both an undergraduate and a graduate program in intelligence and research analysis.  His pioneering efforts have provided varied intelligence communities with very high-quality individuals, properly trained, at a time when their respective countries need them …