Academic Archive on Public Intelligence (1992-2006)

Academia
Archive 1992-2006
Archive 1992-2006

2003

US

AcademicAndreggState of the Academic Tribe (Slides)

2003

US

AcademicAndreggState of the Academic Tribe (Text)

2003

US

AcademicPak & ZadanowiczEstimate of Lost Tax Revenues (Text)

2003

US

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`

US

AcademicHeibelResearch and Intelligence Analyst Program (RIAP) at Mercyhurst College

1994

US

AcademicKahinNew Laws for Government & Business Operations in Cyberspace

1994

US

AcademicLiddyAn Intelligent Digital Librarian

1993

US

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

1993

US

AcademicJacsoA Proposal for Database ‘Nutrition and Ingredient’ Labeling

1993

US

AcademicTofflerKeynote Address to OSS ’93 (Transcript)

2003 Pak (US) & Zdanowicz (US) An Estimate of 2001 Lost U.S. Federal Income Tax Revenues Due to Over-Invoiced Imports and Under-Priced Exports

03 Economy, Analysis, Budgets & Funding, Commerce, Commercial Intelligence, Government, Historic Contributions
Simopn J. Pak
Simopn J. Pak

Academics can be cool and useful.

John Zdanowicz
John Zdanowicz

These two guys are worth over $50billion a year to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), but the U.S. Government does not seem to care about intelligence-driven revenue-collection.

These guys ROCK and represent all that academics should be in the service of their country and theircommunity.

Dr. Simon J. Pak and Dr. John S. Zdanowicz, Penn State University and Florida International University OSS ’03: For their extraordinary demonstration, with a tangible value to the public of $50 billion a year in tax fraud savings, of new methods of academic investigation into public trade records, and the consequent discovery of specific instances of import-export money laundering and financial fraud, as well as weight variances associated with the smuggling of contraband and the mis-representation of cargo.

Below are their paper and slides as presented at OSS ’03.  These guys should have their own investigative cell fully-funded by the IRS and ultimately in ther service of all governments (a multinational global service).

$50 Billion/Year Lost
$50 Billion/Year Lost
Transfer Pricing Fraud
Transfer Pricing Fraud