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{{Quote|unevaluated [[intelligence information]], generally from a single [[intelligence source|source]], which has not been fully evaluated, integrated with other [[information]], or interpreted and [[Intelligence analysis|analyzed]].<ref>[[Federal Bureau of Investigation]], FBI Information Sharing Report 2010 ([http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/national-information-sharing-strategy-1/fbi-information-sharing-report-2010-1 full-text]).</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|unevaluated [[intelligence information]], generally from a single [[intelligence source|source]], which has not been fully evaluated, integrated with other [[information]], or interpreted and [[Intelligence analysis|analyzed]].<ref>[[Federal Bureau of Investigation]], FBI Information Sharing Report 2010 ([http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/national-information-sharing-strategy-1/fbi-information-sharing-report-2010-1 full-text]).</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[a] colloquial term meaning [[collected]] [[intelligence information]] that has not yet been [[convert]]ed into [[finished intelligence]].<ref>[[U.S. National Intelligence: An Overview 2011]], Glossary of Terms, at 84.</ref>}}
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 21:06, 4 July 2013

Definition

Raw intelligence refers to

unevaluated intelligence information, generally from a single source, which has not been fully evaluated, integrated with other information, or interpreted and analyzed.[1]
[a] colloquial term meaning collected intelligence information that has not yet been converted into finished intelligence.[2]

References

  1. Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI Information Sharing Report 2010 (full-text).
  2. U.S. National Intelligence: An Overview 2011, Glossary of Terms, at 84.

See also