The changes will help to operationalize the intelligence provided by DIA analysts, allowing them to offer options for acting on the intelligence they provide.
Military intelligence looks at the timing of China’s actions.
A new CONOPS issued by the National System for Geospatial Intelligence calls for major changes to meet the challenges of the year 2035.
The Office of Naval Intelligence is focusing its information gathering underwater as it probes adversaries' subsurface innovations.
On Sunday, the National Intelligence University transitions to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, culminating years of preparation.
Data centricity may change everything.
The intelligence community did well against Middle Eastern extremists, but it may be a different story in a conflict against a major power.
Emerging technology is more benefit than threat.
The new center will provide “foundational” space-related intelligence.
U.S. intelligence chiefs warn of growing threat by China as it accelerates its drive to global supremacy.
5G is going to change our communications a lot more than you think.
Reports from the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence predict a variety of threats emerging from global changes and strife. However, the ultimate outcome is not set in stone.
The service will feed key space-related intelligence into the greater intelligence community—and have a seat at the table, leader says.
The Defense Intelligence Agency is preparing to release the Order of Battle module for its Machine-assisted Analytic Rapid-repository System (MARS).
The first-of-its-kind curriculum will present foundational knowledge of intelligence and set the stage for a possible career in the field.
China's aggressive moves toward world domination are plain to see, as is the oppression within that portends a future under Chinese control.
“How do we know we’re not leaving digital breadcrumbs all over?”
Advanced data and cyber solutions are needed to support psychological operations and information warfare worldwide.
The U.S. Army’s PEO IEW&S is developing new technological capabilities that will operate collaboratively to achieve multidomain operations.
The growth in available data coupled with new information technologies is leading to an era in which open source intelligence becomes the basis for all others.