By Gregory F. Treverton
This file assesses intelligence research around the major U.S. intelligence firms and makes a couple of ideas, a few of which parallel tasks that experience all started within the wake of the December 2004 laws, for example, create a Deputy Director of nationwide Intelligence as a focus for research, identify a countrywide Intelligence college, construct a protracted time period research Unit on the nationwide Intelligence Council, and shape an Open resource middle for making extra artistic use of open-source fabrics.
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Not only does the CIA house the Intelligence Technology Innovation Center (ITIC), but In-Q-Tel and its in-house CIA counterpart, the In-Q-Tel Interface Center (QIC), are eﬀectively mapping the needs of the CIA to new technology opportunities. In 2006, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) was created to provide a focal point for technology development in the Intelligence Community, subsuming both ITIC and the Advanced Research and Development Activity (ARDA). , “cratology”) Other more standard tools for “bookkeeping” Uniue imagery interpretation skills Data-mining and pattern recognition Human analysis skills Global analysis tradecraft Tradecraft experience Trafﬁc analysis HUMINT interpretation All-source fusion analysis Integrated analysis Military capabilities Systems, analysis skills Campaign analysis Economic capabilities Political intentions Activity analysis Standard economic modeling Technical and operational insight and syehtsis for military problems System performance models Political and economic insight for other issues Network analysis Horizontal integration Complex network simulation Interactive research tools willing to invest the time and eﬀort necessary to learn to use them.
For example, complaints from DARPA project managers sometimes are the obverse of those from the analysts: that the CIA sends researchers over to help form requirements but then the CIA folks disappear or participate only sporadically. However, there have been successful multiagency development programs. 15 It was so successful it was commercialized under the auspices of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), having started out in the shadows of the Department of Defense and the CIA.
Beyond the resource question is the practical issue that came up again and again in our interviews: Where is the bridge between the developers and users and how is it used? In-QTel’s annual classiﬁed “problem set” is based on canvassing the potential user community for needs that can be ﬁlled with unclassiﬁed R&D. 9 Originally, information technology projects for the Directorate of Intelligence accounted for about 40–50 percent of its budget, but the problem set now includes more infrastructure-related activities and esoteric projects in support of collection and operations.