The U.S. intelligence community is seeking to bring citizens into the homeland security quest through new efforts at tapping potential intelligence information from new sources. Just as mass transit riders have been educated to report any suspicious packages, so can private sector professionals learn the value of information they may glean to help the fight against terrorism. The main thrust is to educate the private sector as to how it may possess information that could be invaluable to intelligence efforts to protect the nation from another devastating terrorist attack.
Intelligence Tries A New Public-Private Partnership Robert K Ackerman Signal; Oct 2009; 64, 2; Docstoc pg. 53 Reproduced with permiss
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