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Confronted by the new challenges of the information age and the post-Soviet world, the U.S. intelligence community must adapt and change. And marginal change is not enough, the authors of this provocative book insist. Bruce Berkowitz and Allan Goodman call for fundamental, radical reforms in the organization and approach of America's intelligence agencies. They show why traditional approaches to intelligence fall short today, and they propose thoughtful alternatives that take into account recent changes in information technology and intelligence requirements. An information-age intelligence service would move away from a rigid, hierarchical structure toward a more fluid, networked organization, the authors explain. They recommend a system that would utilise the private sector, with its access to more capital and its ability to move more quickly than a government organization. At the same time, this system would encourage government intelligence operations to concentrate on the specialised, high-risk activities they are uniquely able to perform. Berkowitz and Goodman examine recent failures of the intelligence community, discuss why traditional principles of intelligence are no longer adequate, and consider the implications for such broad policy issues as secrecy, covert action, and the culture of the intelligence community. business and management,canada,computers and technology,elections and political process,encryption,history,intelligence and espionage,leadership,mathematics,military National & International Security, Yale University Press
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Confronted by the new challenges of the information age and the post-Soviet world, the U.S. intelligence community must adapt and change, say the authors of this provocative book. They examine recent intelligence failures, show why traditional approaches now fall short, and call for fundamental reform in the organization and approach of America's intelligence agencies. Best Truth: Intelligence in the Information Age Berkowitz, Bruce D. / Goodman, Allan / Goodman, Allan E.
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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780300080117
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0300080115
Publisher: Yale University Press
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