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Draft Chapter for Strategic Intelligence

Politicians

Executive Leadership

Legislative Leadership

Personal & Professional Staff

Personal

Family & Intimates

Church & Clubs

Others

Government Officials

Department Heads

Assistant Secretaries

Program Managers

Message Traffic

Private Sector

Lobbyists

Executives

Citizen Groups

Pollsters

Citizens

Media

CNN/C-SPAN

Wire Services

Radio/TV

Pool Reporters

Bloggers

Foreign Officials

Diplomats

Counterparts

Correspondence

Non-Governmental

Think Tanks

Academics

Authors

Foundations

International

Intelligence

DNI, DCI/CIA

USDI

NSA, NRO, NGA

Service Centers

Figure 2: Competing Influences on the Intelligence Consumer18

3.  Focus.  Third, and finally, we must acknowledge that at the strategic level, our focus must of necessity be on long-term threats and opportunities that are global, complex, inter-related, and desperately in need of public education, public recognition, and public policy that is sustainable, which is to say, non-partisan or bi-partisan.  Consider, for example, the following findings from the Report of the High-level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change, A more secure world: Our shared responsibility19

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