United States intelligence community, information sharing strategy
Intelligence community information sharing strategy
United States. Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Director of National Intelligence
Record modified: 2011-09-08
Record created: 2009-01-27
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"In today's global environment, transnational security challenges- so-called grey-area phenomena-pose serious and dynamic challenges to national and international stability. These dangers, which cannot be readily defeated by the traditional defenses that states have erected to protect both their territories and populaces, reflect the remarkable fluidity that currently characterizes world politics-a setting in which it is no longer apparent exactly who can do what to whom with what means. The maritime realm is especially conducive to these types of threat contingencies given its vast, largely unregulated, and opaque nature. Two specific issues that have elicited particular attention are piracy and seaborne terrorism."
Intelligence service--United States.
Interagency coordination--United States.
OCLC No.: 221335955
Mode of access: Internet from the Director of National Intelligence web site. Address as of 04/23/08: http://www.dni.gov/reports/IC%5FInformation%5FSharing%5FStrategy.pdf; current access available via PURL.
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