National & Competitive Intelligence
RJITEF Workshop for October 11, 2013
These are helpful web pages to review regarding critical thinking.
- Learn the Elements and Standards of Reasoning
- Critical Thinking for College and University Students
Studying the following articles and pages will help you build a stronger understanding of the core concepts in critical thinking
Central Intelligence Agency
CIA Unveils Redesigned Public Website
Aqute Intelligence Competitive Intelligence Directory
Our directory lists the most important online tools for competitive intelligence research.
How To Get A Job In Intel
by Kirstan Wheaton
IAFIE 2013 Essay Competition - pdf
The International Association for Intelligence Education is pleased to announce its Essay Competition for 2012. This competition promotes IAFIE's goal of providing a forum for the creation of knowledge and the dissemination and exchange of ideas and information for those interested in and concerned with intelligence education. The Competition is open to everyone with an interest in furthering intelligence education.
Deadline for Submission: April 15, 2013, midnight, EST.
FBI's Vault of Documents
The Vault is the FBI's new electronic reading room, containing more than 3,000 documents that have been scanned from paper into digital copies so you can read them in the comfort of your home or office.
RJITEF Workshop on 3/22/12
- Critical Thinking Workshop Pre-Reading
- Editorial for USF demo
- Final Critical Thinking for USF
- Google Cheat Sheet
- Google Hacking for Penetration Testers Google Searching Basics
- Intelligence Community Directive 203
- Intelligence Community Directive 206
- Intelligence Community Standards
- RJITEF USF Workshop Verbiage
- USF Module Draft
Short-term job opportunity with the intelligence community
Part-Time Forecasters for Research on Predicting Global Events
Seeking participants for a unique online, federally-funded, paid research effort directed at improving current forecasting methods.
The success of this project is largely dependent upon the 1,000+ individuals that will comprise our participant pool. Our ideal participant is an individual who is interested in and well informed about current events pertaining to one or more of the following topics: politics, science & technology, economics, the environment, and the military.
If you would like to learn more information about this effort, please visit our study's website , or review our official news release (http://www.draper.com/emailedAnnouncements.html#SPADE).
Transnational Organized Crime in Central America and the Caribbean
A Threat Assessment
U.S. Army Intelligence Analysis Training Manual
America has entered an era of persistent conflict where states, nations, transnational actors, and nonstate actors are increasingly willing to use violence to achieve their political and ideological ends. These entities will continue to challenge and redefine the global distribution of power, the concept of sovereignty, and the nature of warfare. Globalization, technology, population growth, urbanization, and demand for natural resources are creating an environment where the location of the next crisis requiring American intervention is not always predictable. Generally with little notice, Army units will be employed in complex and multidimensional environments; usually fought in urban terrain among noncombatant populations. Additionally, they will be called on to conduct full spectrum operations as part of an interdependent joint force conducting simultaneous offensive, defensive, and stability operations.
U.S. Army Military Intelligence Reference Guide
Currently, the intelligence warfighting function includes a formidable set of capabilities across all echelons from "mud-to-space." This flexible force of personnel, organizations, and equipment collectively provides commanders with the timely, relevant, accurate, predictive, and tailored intelligence they need. We provide the intelligence that continuously supports the commander in visualizing the operational environment, assessing the situation, and directing military actions through ISR synchronization and the other intelligence tasks. The intelligence warfighting function is comprised of nine powerful intelligence disciplines. Eight of those disciplines essentially feed the discipline of all-source intelligence which in turn is focused on the commanders' requirements. Technological advances have enabled single-discipline analysts to leverage other analysts and information and to conduct multi-discipline analysis to an extent not possible in the past. However, all-source intelligence is still the nexus that integrates information and intelligence from all units and the other intelligence disciplines.
US Intelligence Community
A tour through the agencies of the US Intelligence Community
US Intelligence Community Centers of Academic Excellence
This forum is for faculty and students from designated USIC Centers of Academic Excellence to exchange information and expertise and share what their Centers are doing.