Approaches to ”Outreach” for Intelligence
Too often intelligence agencies think of reaching out to expertise outside the government, if they think of it at all, as purely an opportunity for collection. It is not, for those experts being consulted will not long continue on that basis. It has to be a relationship, with information flowing in both directions. It is better conceived as external engagement than outreach. What are some of the forms that engagement might take?
The Center for Asymmetric Threat Studies (CATS) at the Swedish National Defence College is focused on asymmetric threats in the Information Age. The projects at CATS are mainly sponsored by The Swedish Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), The Cabinet Offices and The Swedish Armed Forces.
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