Definition Edit

All-source intelligence is

1. intelligence products and/or organizations and activities that incorporate all sources of information, most frequently including human intelligence, imagery intelligence, measurement and signatures intelligence, signals intelligence, and open-source data in the production of finished intelligence.
2. In intelligence collection, a phrase that indicates that in the satisfaction of intelligence requirements, all collection, processing, exploitation, and reporting systems and resources are identified for possible use and those most capable are tasked.[1]
[an] [i]ntelligence product or analysis that uses all the sources of intelligence available to come to a conclusion, instead of just relying on one primary source. This may also be referred to as multi-INT reporting.[2]

References Edit

  1. Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, at 11.
  2. National Intelligence: A Consumer's Guide-2009, at 82.

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