It’s Mine! Why the Us Intelligence Community Does Not Share Information, Michael D, 9781249829522


Although the US government has access to vast amounts of information, the system for processing and using that information is weak. The fact that the intelligence community (IC) shows a propensity to not share information among its many agencies is not a revolution. The problem has dogged the IC since its post-World War II inception. The vital issue, then, is not that a problem exists, but that the problem persists. Specifically, why does the IC not share information? There is, undoubtedly, a myriad of plausible and valid explanations for every instance in which a single individual or agency in the intelligence community (IC) did not share information with another individual or agency.

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