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Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
Intelligence warfighter summit  16 dec09-institutionalizing-agility-keeping-intelligence-in-the-fight
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  • 1. Institutionalizing Agility: Setting the Conditions for Success BG Mary A. Legere CG, USA INSCOM Intelligence Warfighter Summit Tucson, Arizona 16 December 2009
  • 2. Where We Were / Where We Needed to Go Retooling the MI Force in the Breach Getting the AEB into the Fight Pushing GEOINT to the BCT Making BIOMETRICS a Reality Retooling SIGINT for Effect Fusion: Moving Toward a Common Domain Applications for Afghanistan and Beyond Institutionalizing Agility
  • 3. OEF and OIF at Transition Were We Ready? Full Spectrum Operations COIN Equipped: Focus: Linear Maneuver Formations Networks: Today’s Formation Doctrine: Training: Enterprise Approach, Feedback From Field Fallujah Elections Mosque Bombing Surge Combat Operations USS Cole Institutional and Unit Based Personnel: Active Reserve National Guard Rotational Active Component Organization: Corps Division Optimized for ALB BCT Focus Afghanistan War on Terror COIN Build Up OEF MCO 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2002 2000 2010 OIF MCO IW COIN Mil Assist 1 1 1 2 2 2
  • 4. Retooling the Intel Forces in the Breach Hierarchical Threats Stovepiped, Non-Networked Tiered Readiness Where We Were ReSet the Intelligence Force for the Fight Fight, Target Sets, Environment, Population… Mass Intel Resources at Point of Highest Risk Sensors, Databases, Processors, Analysis Products Provide End to End Enterprise Solutions “ Getting to the Left of the Bang…” 1 2 Where We Needed To Go FMV SIGINT Geolocation DOMEX Mobile SATCOM Focused Collection Open Enterprise Language Translations JIOC-I SIGINT Evolve TTPs Biometrics Tactical Doctrine Foundry Centralize Operations Centralize Databases Multi-INT Fusion Reachback and Overwatch Capabilities Forward QRCs CHAMPION HIIDE Aerial Exploitation Battalions GEOINT BATS
  • 5. Getting AEBs Back into the Fight What Worked Initially: ARL Multi-INT Capability Guardrail Sensor Package: Matched Target Set Hunter FMV: Met Warfighter Rqts What We Did To Fix It: Established SIPR Chat: NRT Dissemination Automated PED Workflow End to End Integrated Collection into SIGINT Enterprise Adapted, Standardized GR OPs Allowed Capabilities Based Rotations Reachback Provided Upgraded Sensors Multi-INT Tech Insertions Challenges With the New Fight : Sensors Unable to Collect, Exploit Target PED to BCT Not There Hierarchical, Stovepiped, Too Slow Not Networked into National Databases No Access to Other INTs AEB: 2/3 Force not in the Fight What We Learned: PED, PED, PED! Dissemination to Lowest Echelon, Point of Highest Risk QRCs Keep A-ISR Sensors Relevant Connectivity to Enterprise Essential Tailored, Modular Deployment Packages . 3 1 2 5 4 2 3 1 4 5 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2002 2000 2010 OIF MCO IW COIN Mil Assist
  • 6. Pushing GEOINT to the BCT What Worked Initially: GEOINT PED, SMEs Corps and Above National Processes Sound But Too Exclusive…… NRT Support to Special Ops, But… What We Did To Fix It : Established GEOINT Reach Enterprise Major Investment In Comms, Expertise Simplified Access, Production Federation Created Centralized Repository DCGS-A Access Improved Timeliness, Sharing GEOINT into Foundry Embedded GEOINT Analysts in CSTs Challenges in the New Fight: AGI Forward to BCTs? No Architecture, No Timeliness Diffused GEOINT Support Imagery Analysts AGI Analysts Geospatial Engineers Three Pots of Excellence What We Learned: NGA at Echelon, Edge - Rapid Change Centralized GEOINT Repository Forum for Collaboration, Federation Multi Int Constructs – CST-E, GeolNT Enhanced Fusion, Analysis 2 1 1 2 3 4 3 4 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2002 2000 2010 OIF MCO IW COIN Mil Assist
  • 7. Biometrics to the Forefront Finding the Enemy Hiding in Plain Sight Where We Were: Not Present as a Force Multiplier How Did We Adapt: Established, Expanded the Architecture Proliferation of Systems, TTPs Operationally Focused Collection Watchlists & NAI Product Line Decentralized Analytic Capability Increased Theater Forensics Increased Capability to Share BIOMETRICS into Foundry Challenges in the New Fight: Characterizing the Population Needed Biometrics PED Collection Tied into Enterprise Sufficient, Standard Architecture Coalition, Host Nation Sharing CONOPS, Training, Sustainment for Employment 4 1 2 2 1 3 4 3 What We Learned: Identity Resolution Key to COIN, CT Name ID  Biometric ID Enterprise Approach Essential Reach back, Training – Part of Pkg 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2002 2000 2010 OIF MCO IW COIN Mil Assist
  • 8. Retooling SIGINT For Effect What Worked: Collection vs Well Known Targets Agile SIGINT Soldiers at Echelon Service-NSA Relationship What We Did to Fix It: Full Court Effort to Retool Collection Access Pushed Down to Tactical Force QRCs, Comms, Networks, RTRG Agency Reps Pushed Forward Overwatch Sites Established Tools to Manage Increased Data Foundry Upgraded – INSCOM, NSA, USAICS With the Transition : Formations Tactically Deaf Limited Ability to Analyze, Exploit, Disseminate New Target Sets Language, Tech Skill Mismatched CDRs Need for Tactical SIGINT in the Fight Increased Fusion With Other INTs Problematic 1 3 2 1 2 3 What We Learned: Again, Agency Commitment Key SIGINT Access Req at All Echelons Fusion with Other INTs Critical QRCs Provide Upgunned Sensors Foundry Training Key to Access Linguist Management Critical 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2002 2000 2010 OIF MCO IW COIN Mil Assist
  • 9. Where We Were: Stove Piped Data Repositories Manual Fusion in Your Head Ideal for Conventional Order of Battle How Did We Adapt: JIOC- I >> DCGS Access to Consolidated Data Adapted Commercial Products GOTS Tools Solutions Massive Investment in Comms Established Reach back to Divs & BCTs Establishing a Common Domain Challenges in the New Fight : Massing All Relevant Data Flattening Access Access to Entity-Centric Data, Tools Providing Coalition Access Insufficient Comms for BCTs Intel Reach Support Below Corps What We Learned: Focus Tools and Data to the End User Common DBs, Tools Enabled Reachback Embed Development Capability Adapt Tools, Data Sources, Comms Multi-Level Security Access Required 1 2 3 3 1 2 4 4 USS Cole 5 5 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2002 2000 2010 OIF MCO IW COIN Mil Assist 2001 2004 2005 IDC DB/Tools INSCOM USFK Ops Eval JIOC-I Deployed 2006 JIOC-I to DCGS-A 2007 Extend to Brigades 2002-3 USFK Test
  • 10. What We Learned Along The Way Threat Set Changes? Retool, ReTune Your Collection Individuals, Not Units? Fusion at the Lowest Levels Architectures? End to End Solutions Collector-Analyst-Decision Maker Supported By Sufficient Comms Terminated in A Common Domain Pulled into Multi-Int Domain Tied In With Reach Back Centers Tied in With National Data Bases Services – In the Cloud Capable of Evolving On Demand Sustainable, Affordable, Releasable Mass Intelligence Resources at the Highest Point of Risk Focused Collection Open Enterprise Language Translations JIOC-I SIGINT Evolve TTPs Biometrics Tactical Doctrine Foundry Centralize Operations Centralize Databases Multi-INT Fusion Reachback and Overwatch Capabilities Forward QRCs CHAMPION HIIDE Aerial Exploitation Battalions GEOINT BAT
  • 11. National Agencies? Forward in Fight, Both Feet Aid Services With Integration Facilitate Access to Data Repositories Provide Expertise in Reach Back Biometrics, AGI, MASINT New Capabilities, Rapid Fielding, STG, RTRG, DOMEX, CI/HU Advanced Skill Training Required Interrogation, FMV Foundry, Schoolhouse, Agencies USAICS INSCOM Foundry Agency Industry at The Sand Table! Bring Global Solutions Continuous Contact With the Warfighters! What We Learned Along the Way? Reset the Intelligence Force for the Fight “ No Cold Starts ”
  • 12. Are We Applying Lessons in OEF? Adapting to the Battlespace? Population Focused: Biometrics, Human Terrain … Train in Intel Center, Foundry Massing Intelligence Resources… at Point of Risk? QRCs: Constant Hawk, Greendart, BAT, SIPR Cloud… Reachback: National Agencies, TIBS, NGIC… Data Access: DCGS-A, RTRG, IIS, Tearline, Portals… Making Progress on Coalition, Host Nation Sharing Solutions Delivering End-to-End Solutions within the Enterprise? Adapting In-Theater Architectures Applying ISR Task Force Plus-Ups, Approaches Ensuring National Agencies Support to BCTs
  • 13. Are We Postured For the Next Fight? Have We ? Codified the Culture of Agility and Adaptability Material Development, Acquisition, Human Capital, Training Avoided Target Fixation : Prepared to Adapt Insisted on Enterprise Enabled QRCs (End-to-End) Promoted an Adaptable Comms Enterprise Designed An Open Adaptable Analytic Enterprise Coalition, Multi-level Security Capable Uncertainty Pace of Change Competition Decentralization Hybrid Threats
  • 14. Is Our Future Already Out of Date ?

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