Reader Training Archive on Public Intelligence (1992-2006)

Methods & Process
Original
Original

1997

US

ReaderAdminCover, Appreciation, Foreword, Contents

1997

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ReaderBaschSecrets of the SuperSearchers: A Personal and Practical Perspective

1997

FR

ReaderBaumardLearned Nations: Competitive Advantages Through Knowledge Strategies

1997

FR

ReaderBonthousCulture: The Missing Intelligence Variable

1997

UK

ReaderCollierToward the Global Information Industry and a New Information Paradigm

1997

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ReaderDonahueNational Funding Directions for Open Source Intelligence

1997

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ReaderFedanzoA Genetic View of National Intelligence

1997

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ReaderFedanzoImplementing OSINT Through a Distributed Contribution Model

1997

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ReaderHerringThe Role of Intelligence in Formulating Strategy

1997

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ReaderHlavaSelected Professional or Trade Associations in Information

1997

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ReaderKarraker (WIRED)Highways of the Mind

1997

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ReaderKeesAdvanced Information Processing & Analysis

1997

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ReaderLeijonhelmEconomic Intelligence Cooperation Between Government and Industry

1997

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ReaderMarkowitzCommunity Open Source Strategic Plan (COSPO)

1997

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ReaderMcGillPrivate Sector Role in Collecting, Processing, & Disseminating Intelligence

1997

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ReaderMITREOpen Source Research Processing Initiative

1997

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ReaderPetersAfter the Revolution

1997

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ReaderRheingoldTools for Thinking–Thinking New Thoughts

1997

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ReaderSchmidtA History of Failure, A Future of Opportunity: Reinventions and Deja Vu

1997

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ReaderShepardIntelligence Analysis in the Year 2002: A Concept of Operations

1997

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ReaderSibbitCommercial Remote Sensing: Open Source Imagery Intelligence

1997

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ReaderSteeleACCESS: Theory and Practice of Intelligence in the Age of Information

1997

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ReaderSteeleCommercial Imagery (OSS Notices Extract)

1997

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ReaderSteeleDraft Legislation: The National Information Strategy Act of 1994

1997

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ReaderSteeleE3i: Ethics, Ecology, Evolution, and Intelligence

1997

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ReaderSteeleHAC Surveys Open Source Intelligence (OSS Notices Extract)

1997

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ReaderSteeleInformation Concepts & Doctrine for the Future

1997

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ReaderSteeleIntelligence Building Blocks (OSS Notices Extract)

1997

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ReaderSteeleLip Service, Great Pretenders, & OSINT (OSS Notices Extract)

1997

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ReaderSteeleMapping, Charting, & Geodesy Deficiencies (OSS Notices Extract)

1997

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ReaderSteeleNational Intelligence: The Community Tomorrow? (SASA at NSA)

1997

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ReaderSteeleOpen Source Intelligence: What Is It? Why Is It Important to the Military?

1997

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ReaderSteeleOSINT: Graphical Overviews

1997

US

ReaderSteelePrivate Enterprise Intelligence: Its Potential Contribution to Nat’l Security

1997

US

ReaderSteeleReinventing Intelligence: The Advantages of Open Source Intelligence

1997

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ReaderSteeleTalking Points for the Public Interest Summit

1997

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ReaderSteeleTestimony to Commission on Eliminating Excessive Secrecy in Govt

1997

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ReaderSteeleToward High-Performance Organizations: A Strategic Role for Groupware

1997

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ReaderStudemanTeaching the Giant to Dance: Contradictions & Opportunities within the IC

1997

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ReaderTofflerGlobal Security & Global Competitiveness (OSS ’03 Keynote)

1995

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ReaderMarkowitzCOSPO: Community Open Source Program Office Strategic Plan

1995

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ReaderPetersAfter the Revolution

1995

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ReaderSteeleHouse Appropriations Committee Surveys Open Source Intelligence

1995

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ReaderSteeleIntelligence Building Blocks

1995

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ReaderSteeleLip Service, Great Pretenders, and Open Source Intelligence

1995

US

ReaderSteeleMapping, Charting, & Geodesy Deficiencies

1995

US

ReaderSteeleNational Intelligence: The Community Tomorrow? (At NSA, 1995)

1995

US

ReaderSteeleOSINT: What Is It?  Why Is It Important to the Military?

1994

US

ReaderBaschSecrets of the Super-Searchers

1994

UK

ReaderCollierToward a Global Information Industry and New Information Paradigm

1994

US

ReaderEnglebartToward High Performance Organizations

1994

US

ReaderSteeleDraft Legislation: National Security Act of 1994

1994

US

ReaderSteelePrivate Enterprise Intelligence: Its Potential Contribution to Nat’l Sec

1994

US

ReaderSteeleTalking Point for the Public Interest Summit

1993

US

ReaderMcGillPrivate Sector Role in Collecting, Processing, Disseming Intelligence

1993

FR

ReaderSchmidtA History of Failure, A Future of Opportunity: Reinvention & Deja Vu

1993

US

ReaderSteeleReinventing Intelligence: The Advantages of OSINT

Academic Archive on Public Intelligence (1992-2006)

Academia
Archive 1992-2006
Archive 1992-2006

2003

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AcademicAndreggState of the Academic Tribe (Slides)

2003

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AcademicAndreggState of the Academic Tribe (Text)

2003

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AcademicPak & ZadanowiczEstimate of Lost Tax Revenues (Text)

2003

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AcademicPak & ZadanowiczTransfer Pricing Import-Export Tax Avoidance Fraud ($50B/Year in US)

1999

US

AcademicLepingwellCenter for Nonproliferation Studies, MIIS (Briefing Slides)

1999

UK

AcademicOstle et alOxford Analytica Contact Information of Special Study on Islam

1998

FR

AcademicBaumardLearned Nations & Knowledge Strategies

1998

FR

AcademicBonthousCulture: The Missing Intelligence Variable

1997

GE

AcademicMayer-KressThe World Brain

1995

US

AcademicBenderThe Information Highway: Will Librarians Be Left by the Side of the Road?

1995`

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AcademicHeibelResearch and Intelligence Analyst Program (RIAP) at Mercyhurst College

1994

US

AcademicKahinNew Laws for Government & Business Operations in Cyberspace

1994

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AcademicLiddyAn Intelligent Digital Librarian

1993

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AcademicEtheredgeNational Knowledge Strategies  in the IC and the Library of the Future

1993

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AcademicJacsoA Proposal for Database ‘Nutrition and Ingredient’ Labeling

1993

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AcademicTofflerKeynote Address to OSS ’93 (Transcript)

1993 (FR) Baumard on Learned Nations

Government, Historic Contributions
Philippe Beaumard
Philippe Beaumard

At the age of 27 Dr. Professor Beaumard was the youngest leader for French strategic planning in modern history.  Today he is a visiting professor at Stanford University.  Below is his historic contribution in 1993, and also, in the same year, his view on the need for economic intellience as a separate area for national inquiry and understanding.

1993 Beaumard Learned Nations (A)
Learned Nations

Economic Intelligence
Economic Intelligence