A Foreigner Carrying in the Crook of His Arm a Tiny Book by Edmond Jabès

By Edmond Jabès

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114] Global has issued two sets of Guidelines, and continues to work on additional guidance with, among other entities, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment. The first set of Guidelines, entitled Fusion Center Guidelines: Developing and Sharing Information and Intelligence in a New Era — Guidelines for Establishing and Operating Fusion Centers at the Local, State, and Federal Levels — the Law Enforcement Intelligence Component was published in July 2005.

The flow of information from the private sector to fusion centers is largely sporadic, event driven, and manually facilitated. It does not appear that these databases are directly linked together. In general, the private sector seems very wary of that level of sharing — concerned with lack of government safeguards, industrial espionage, exposing weaknesses to competitors, as well as privacy and civil liberties concerns. Lack of Interoperability of Systems There are areas of concern related to these information management systems, specifically that there is a lack of coordination regarding the adoption of such systems nationally.

There are many other cases where local law enforcement agencies appear unconvinced of the value of fusion centers — and by their cost/benefit analysis, it does not currently benefit the department to detail personnel to the center. Non-Sworn Personnel from Law Enforcement Agencies Although the majority of fusion center personnel come from law enforcement agencies, not all of them are sworn officers. It appears that most fusion centers have made a concerted effort to hire crime and/or intelligence analysts.

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