This is a really interesting presentation about how intelligence agencies use social software (blogs, wikis, tagging, etc.) to get their work done better. It’s really quite fascinating about how they’ve cut facetime and improved productivity. The presenter, Chris Rasmussen (Knowledge Management Officer, Intellipedia, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency), has even taken the approach of banning e‑mail and meetings in DC on some projects so that the best people can be involved from across the world asynchronously.
4 responses to “Intellipedia — how Intelligence agencies use blogs, wikis, and social software”
Curious and useful information. Thanks.
For more information on this you guys need to get into contact with Alan Premel, he is a CIA officer who just had to resign two weeks ago from CIA. He was an analyst and officer at CIA for a decade and he now has his own blog and he brought up this smae topic on one of his blogs.
This is alan premel. i am referenced above in the afforementioned article. I need to be removed from it completely from this page. thank you. i can be contacted at the email provided.
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