Intelligence Essentials for EveryoneWebsite or Online Data - 1999
This intelligence primer reflects the author's examination of dozens of unclassified government documents on the practice of intelligence over a period of nearly seven years. For the national security intelligence community, it presents a concise distillation and classification of the national intelligence functions. To the private sector, it offers an unprecedented translation into lay terms of national intelligence principles and their application within and potentially outside of government. Whereas "intelligences sharing" has traditionally been a government-to-government transaction, the environment is now receptive to government-private sector interaction.
Publisher: Washington, DC : Joint Military Intelligence College, 
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 81 p.) : ill. (some col.)