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Long-term assessment (also called third-phase reporting)

addresses developments in a broad context, assesses future trends or developments, or provides comprehensive, detailed analysis of an on-going issue, system, or topic. These reports, which can take months to produce, may be coordinated with experts throughout the IC and make projections about the future.[1]

Overview Edit

Long-term assessment "addresses developments within a broad-based context, assesses future trends and developments, or provides comprehensive, detailed analysis of an ongoing issue, a particular system, or some other topic."[2]

References Edit

  1. National Intelligence: A Consumer's Guide-2009, at 15.
  2. U.S. National Intelligence: An Overview 2011, at 61.

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