2000 Farace (NL) Gray Literature

Historic Contributions, Methods & Process

GrayNetDominic Farace is one of a handful of pioneers who have defined the Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and now the Public Intelligence domain, discipline, community of practice, whatever you want to call it.  Where others sought to extract cash by doing, this pioneer sought to create value by connecting dots to dots, dots to people, and people to people.  We hold him in the highest esteem.  Below is his earlier citation for a Golden Candle Award, followed by his briefing to OSS 2000.

Dr. Dominic J. Farace, GrayNet (The Netherlands) OSS 21 (2000): Dr. Dominic Farace, founder and leader of Graynet, and the foremost champion of Gray Literature discovery, acquisition, and exploitation.

Dominic Farace
Dominic Farace

2000 PRIMER on Open Sources & Methods

Methods & Process, OSINT Generic

2000

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TrainingBjorePRIMER: How InfoSphere Uses the Internet

2000

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TrainingCSMPRIMER: Top Secret Kodak Moments in Space

2000

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TrainingDavidPRIMER: Intelligence Analysis in a New Century

2000

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TrainingDavisPRIMER: Compendium of Analytic Tradecraft Notes

2000

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TrainingFaracePRIMER: Gray Literature 2: Finding the Not Easily Found

2000

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

2000

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TrainingLanzaPRIMER: Beyond the Internet (Slides)

2000

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TrainingLanzaPRIMER: Beyond the Internet (Text)

2000

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TrainingRodriguezPRIMER: Briefing on DIALOG

2000

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

2000

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TrainingSacksPRIMER: Primary Research

2000

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TrainingSandmanPRIMER  Applied Human Intelligence

2000

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TrainingSnowdenPRIMER: Geospatial Intelligence Options

2000

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TrainingSoule & RyanPRIMER: Gray Literature 3: Technical Briefing

2000

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

2000

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TrainingWebb & SteelePRIMER: Integrated Analytic Toolkit Requirements