LLIS Intelligence and Information Sharing Initiative: Homeland Security Intelligence Requirements Process   [open pdf - 191KB]

"To gain a better understanding of current state, local, tribal, and private sector information and intelligence sharing capabilities and requirements, Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS.gov), DHS's network for lessons learned and best practices, solicited feedback from relevant subject-matter experts (SME) from across the country. The LLIS.gov program's experience in working with the emergency response and homeland security communities, sustained research into the subject of information/intelligence sharing, and extensive network of more than 18,000 public safety officials made it well-suited to undertake this endeavor. The report is intended to complement and expand upon the recent findings and recommendations of the HSAC's Intelligence and Information Sharing Working Group and the Fusion Center Guidelines Initiative of the Department of Justice's (DOJ's) Global Justice Information Sharing Working Group. Together, these initiatives represent a cooperative effort among DHS, DoJ, and state, local, tribal, and private sector responders and homeland security officials to identify specific gaps and shortfalls within our Nation's information and intelligence sharing environment and develop clear recommendations to address them."

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