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The future of OSINT is M4IS2.
The future of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is Multinational, Multifunctional, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing & Sense-Making (M4IS2).
The following, subject to the approval of Executive and Congressional leadership, are suggested hueristics (rules of thumb):
Rule 1: All Open Source Information (OSIF) goes directly to the high side (multinational top secret) the instant it is received at any level by any civilian or military element responsive to global OSINT grid. This includes all of the contextual agency and mission specific information from the civilian elements previously stove-piped or disgarded, not only within the US, but ultimately within all 90+ participating nations.
Rule 2: In return for Rule 1, the US IC agrees that the Department of State (and within DoD, Civil Affairs) is the proponent outside the wire, and the sharing of all OSIF originating outside the US IC is at the discretion of State/Civil Affairs without secret world caveat or constraint. OSIF collected by US IC elements is NOT included in this warrant.
Alan Fry is a household name in the United Kingdom, where he is “on the spot” with counter-terrorism. What few know is that he is bracketed by Sir David Veness, today the Deputy Secretary of the United Nations for Safety and Security, who led anti-terrorism for a very long time and created the first deep Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) unit in modern law enforcement history, and Detective Constable Steve Edwards, who created the unit. With thanks to Steve Edwards, one of the true OSINT pioneers, below is the presentation by then Deputy Assistant Commissioner Fry.