Thursday, December 4, 2014

DoDIG Assesses Intel Training

The U.S. Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoDIG) conducted an assessment of the effectiveness and efficiency of the DoD's intelligence training and education programs in relation to the fundamental competencies of the DoD intelligence workforce. The DoDIG found that the DoD Intelligence Enterprise lacks the program standards to address the basic training needs and essential skills required by the DoD intelligence workforce. The DoD does not have the structure, resources, or capability to provide an efficient DoD Joint Intelligence Training (JIT) program to professionalize the DoD intelligence workforce. Read more in Intelligence and Special Program Assessments Report, Office of the Inspector General, 31 October 2014.

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