Managing the Private Spies: The Use of Commercial Augmentation for Intelligence Operations

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Glenn Voelz, 2006 - Political Science - 88 pages
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The extensive use of contractor personnel to augment military intelligence operations is now an established fact of life and, occasional contracting scandals notwithstanding, any effective and effi cient design for intelligence support to operating forces must provide for their use. The author suggests evaluation standards for the use of contractors and possible long-term initiatives to reduce dependence on traditional outside contractors.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgment
2
The Legal and Regulatory Environment for Commercialized Intelligence
23
Selected Examples
34
Commercialized Intelligence Support to the GWOT
43
Applying the Evaluative Criteria
56

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