Presentation on theme: "® Presentation to Fall 1999 0 of 14 TOUGH LOVE WeinerLoebBohn DevineWilsonSteele The Washington Post Sunday, August 22, 1999 B7 David Ignatius New Guy."— Presentation transcript:
® Presentation to Fall 1999 0 of 14 TOUGH LOVE WeinerLoebBohn DevineWilsonSteele The Washington Post Sunday, August 22, 1999 B7 David Ignatius New Guy At the CIA In all these ways, Tenet sounds like the kind of boss youd want to work for if you were a spy. But to make the CIA a great intelligence service again, Tenet will have to be more than a coach and cheerleader. The agency needs tough love.
® Presentation to Fall 1999 1 of 14 DCI & Money NRO 6.4B CCP 3.4B GDIP 2.0B CIA 3.2B Other 1.4B DARO 1.7B (Hidden) NIMA.8B DIA 0.6B? USAF TIARA 4.0B ARMY TIARA 2.8B NAVY TIARA 1.8B Other DoD TIARA.7B $
® Presentation to Fall 1999 2 of 14 DCI & Collection Single Collection Authority NRO + NSA + NIMA Clandestine Service Overt Collection Service Collaborative collection management; geospatially- based co-processing; multi- disciplinary processing
® Presentation to Fall 1999 3 of 14 DCI & Analysis Fund mid-career expert hires Create civilian expert reserve Increase NIC to 60 Billets Chair, Vice Chair, 3 Support NIO Teams (NIO, DNIO, 3 ANIO per Group) Foreign Affairs Military Defense Finance & Commerce Law & Order Ecology & Culture ANIO Specialists (2 per Issue Area) WMDGP ForceCrimeTerrorCyberwar PoliticalEconomicCulturalS&T Geography 10 Dedicated Support Specialists
® Presentation to Fall 1999 4 of 14 DCI & OSINT Get serious! Need $1B/Year. Government-wide focal point for purchasing open source intelligence (OSINT) and for global information-sharing OSINT boss co-equal to technical and clandestine bosses under ADCI/C
® Presentation to Fall 1999 5 of 14 DCI & CIA Put Central back into the CIA with DDCI/CM running inter-agency operations for: –financial –personnel & security –training –S&T R&D –public & congressional liaison
® Presentation to Fall 1999 6 of 14 DCI & Embassies Re-direct SCIFs toward a combination of increased technical collection and inter- agency tactical analysis teams Provide $50M a year for teams to buy OSIF/OSINT locally Create overt networks of local & regional experts on contract
® Presentation to Fall 1999 7 of 14 DCI & Cyberspace Earmark $150M for a UN/NATO/PfP open source intelligence and information- sharing network Shift to web-based, password- protected global network. Yes, abandon C4ISR legacy pipes. Global Intelligence Council
® Presentation to Fall 1999 8 of 14 DCI & Business Focus an entire FBI Division on needs of the private sector: 1/3 CI, 1/3 IP, 1/3 Hot Net Earmark $150M/Year for this Be absolutely ruthless with allies on this issue Legislate due diligence standards for business sector
® Presentation to Fall 1999 9 of 14 DCI & States Train state & local in the proven methods of the IC Transfer technology Create national standards, intelligence architecture Earmark $150M/Yr from USG Establish rock-solid domestic counterintelligence base
® Presentation to Fall 1999 10 of 14 DCI & Encryption Unencumbered encryption is heart of data integrity and change detection as well as safe global e-commerce –Makes America the worlds safest computing environment –Enables global network for information sharing with all state and non-state actors
® Presentation to Fall 1999 11 of 14 DCI & Covert Action Transfer CIAs existing paramilitary personnel and capabilities to SOCOM Provide SOCOM with a 25-person DO Station Provide all other CINCs with a 5-10 person DO Station CIA/DO retains direct action
® Presentation to Fall 1999 12 of 14 DCI & Overt Action Hands-off but over-all collection and force protection strategy requires: Fully-funded Embassies Increase in Peace Corps Increase in AID/USIA stuff Improved USG support for private sector overt action
® Presentation to Fall 1999 13 of 14 DCI & Life Our mission is to inform policy, not simply to collect secrets. Our clients include Congress, the U.S. public, and foreign leaders as well as publics. Intelligence--properly done-- really is the heart of the matter.
® Presentation to Fall 1999 14 of 14 DCI & Death President Cabinet Members Staffers Media Bureaucrats Security Time
® Presentation to Fall 1999 15 of 14 TOUGH LOVE WeinerLoebBohn DevineWilsonSteele Running in place is not an option. 80% of the solution is outside the bunker. Identify and empower change agents or CIA/IC will be further marginalized on your watch.