The potential transformative impact of web 2.0 technology on the intelligence community
Werner, Adrienne Russell
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Web 2.0 technologies can transform and improve interagency collaboration in the Intelligence Community in many of the same ways that have marked their use through the internet in the public domain and private industry. The potential for success is illustrated in the early stages of ODNI's implementation of the Analytical Transformation program within the sixteen agencies across the Intelligence Community. Intelligence analysts have already seen an impact in their ability to connect, share information, conduct research and analysis utilizing a suite of web 2.0 technology, including Intellipedia and A-Space. However, adoption of the technology in the Intelligence Community will not be without challenges, including a number that are unique to Intelligence Community. Those challenges include the need for the Intelligence Community to move away from a "need to know culture towards a "responsibility to provide" culture, a need for increased promotion of these tools and a need for training on web 2.0 technology.
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