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    The U.S. Intelligence Community Justin Sharp Grantham University After 9/11 the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) was transformed. Prior to 9/11 the Director of CIA was in charge of all intelligence. Since 9/11 it has taken on a form of its own. The Office of the Director of national Intelligence (ODNI) was born in April 2005. The formation of the ODNI allows for intelligence to flow up and down the chain so the people who need the information have access to it and allows for analysts to put together Intel briefings and brings together Local, State and Tribal law enforcement into the fight against terror with the training and intelligence needed for the fight in the local communities. The intelligence community prior to 9/11…

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    Dni Effect

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    ODNI Oversight and Unity of Effect In 2004, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) position was created as part of the sweeping reforms from the 9/11 commission report. The DNI gained authority to oversee and manage the entire intelligence community with both domestic and foreign intelligence. As stated above, this community includes 17 federal agencies, 6 cabinet level departments, and 7 personnel systems. Additional this amalgamated group cuts across multiple jurisdictions, includes…

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    When we put forth a case like that to suggest to the American public that we’re protecting them, we’re not protecting them.” These sting operations take away resources from preventing an actual terrorist attack. The FBI has focused almost entirely upon radical Muslims by employing their informants to infiltrate mosques nationwide, but there is also a valid threat from extremist, white supremacists groups. In fact, as of June 2015, there had been 26 people killed by Muslim terrorists since…

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    IC Ineffectiveness

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    The United States Intelligence Community (IC) is like a symphony orchestra: each entity offers its own sound to the greater score, and led by the conductor at the front, the President. Intelligence, like music, is an art and a science. Each organization has its own specialty: the Central Intelligence Agency specializes in Human Intelligence, the NSA specializes in Signals Intelligence, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and National Reconnaissance Office specialize in Imagery…

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    Ic Core Competencies

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    Analysts in the intelligence community (IC) have to perform many different tasks, including—but not limited to—answering the questions posed by their customers, providing warnings, and monitoring and assessing current events and new information (Fingar, 2011). In performing these tasks, they must consider the quality of information; the meaning of observed, reported, or assessed developments; and sources for additional information. The quality of each judgment is a function of the evidence,…

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    While the world may be no more dangerous than it was during the height of the Cold War, globalization compounded by rapid technological change has increased the complexity and immediacy of conflicts. This “democratization of violence” along with the increasing “velocity of instability” has in turn heightened demands on the capability of the U.S. Joint Force to defend the homeland, project power, and protect our interests and allies around the world. This paper briefly reviews the global…

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    This essay will address the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE). First I will discuss the process of producing and NIE which will identify key shortcomings that will be addressed in detail. This key shortcomings will help explain why the NIE is an imperfect process with an imperfect product. The National Intelligence Estimates (NIE) is designed to provide officials such as our senior civilian and military policymakers with more in-depth information on some international topic of interest and…

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    serves as the basis of how we ask the question of how does the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) make and formulate assumptions, and by what means are they used in implementing enhanced analytical and collection techniques and methodologies. Additionally, how technologies and methods are applied in forecasting analytical and collection needs based on anticipatory analysis to monitor future wars, civil wars, and social and ethnic conflicts that could invite war. When asking an analyst what…

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    9/11 Core Competencies

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    discovered flaws with the Intelligence Community concerning information sharing, integrating intelligence, and following through on potential intelligence leads. This led to organizational changes with the establishment of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). The Intelligence Community consists of 16 organizations, led by the DNI. Each organization works within the DNI’s policy framework. The…

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    Leadership Profile: Mr. John Michael “Mike” McConnell by Barry J. DeLisle NIU Class 2017 Unclassified - submitted to the faculty of the National Intelligence University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for MSI 608 January 10, 2016 The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of Defense, the US Navy Reserve, or the U.S. Government Leadership Profile: Mr. John Michael “Mike”…

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