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Building Efficient and Effective Strategic Intelligence Teams
Strategy Research Project
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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An increasingly complex global operating environment and challenging fiscal environment for the United States Government does not have to translate to a diminished ability to accurately predict the future environment. Essential to sustaining or increasing U.S. strategic intelligence capability is developing environments of innovativeness, flexibility, creativity and efficiency in our national intelligence agencies. The specific focus should be on our intelligence analysis teams and the human resources departments which select people to make-up these teams. Our strategic intelligence analysis teams do not need to necessarily grow, but do need to become more efficient in employing the people and technology in current strategic intelligence team structures without losing effectiveness. Our strategic intelligence leaders must reestablish the national intelligence community as a trusted profession, committed to proven analytic techniques and seamless collaboration across the U.S. interagencies.
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