INTELLIGENCE REFORM

2005

General

Sims, Jennifer E., and Burton L. Gerber, eds. Transforming U.S. Intelligence. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2005.

Table of Contents

"Preface"

"Introduction," Jennifer E. Sims and Burton Gerber

PART I: NEW REQUIREMENTS

1. "The Twenty-First Century Challenge for U.S. Intelligence," Ernest R. May

2. "Understanding Friends and Enemies: The Context for American Intelligence Reform," Jennifer E. Sims

3. "Understanding Ourselves," Jennifer E. Sims

PART II: NEW CAPABILITIES

4. "Integrating Open Sources into Transnational Threat Assessments," Amy Sands

5. "Clandestine Human Intelligence: Spies, Counterspies, and Covert Action," John MacGaffin

6. "The Digital Dimension," James R. Gosler

7. "Analysis and Estimates: Professional Practices in Intelligence Production," Douglas MacEachin

8. "Denial and Deception," Donald C. F. Daniel

PART III: MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES

9. "Managing Domestic, Military, and Foreign Policy Requirements: Correcting Frankenstein's Blunder," James Monnier Simon, Jr.

10. "Intelligence and War: Afghanistan, 2001-2002," Henry A. Crumpton

11. "Managing HUMINT: The Need for a New Approach," Burton Gerber

12. "Intelligence and Homeland Defense," Henry A. Crumpton

13. "Intelligence Analysis: Management and Transformation Issues," Mark M. Lowenthal

14. "Congressional Oversight of Intelligence after September 11," L. Britt Snider

"Meeting the Challenge: Action Now," Jennifer E. Sims and Burton Gerber

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