Part 1: Explain the role and effectiveness of the DHS in managing the Homeland Security Intelligence Enterprise.
Part 2. Does the structure of IC program management, DHS HSIE management work in providing effective homeland security intelligence to the full range of homeland security intelligence customers? Are we now safer than prior to 9/11?
Part 3 . Explain the role of the primary federal entities (DHS, FBI, NCTC) and the physical mechanisms by which they provide intelligence support to state and local law enforcement and first responders. Evaluate and score (1-100) how well the federal component of the homeland security intelligence enterprise is working. Justify your score.
Part 4. Evaluate and score (1-100) the performance of state fusion centers in provide intelligence support to state and local law enforcement, first responders, and federal members of the Homeland Security Intelligence Enterprise. Justify your grade.
Part 5. Explain and evaluate the major prevent efforts overseas — military, covert action, diplomatic, and law enforcement activities.
Pick a side: Is the US justified in causing thousands of deaths in collateral damage to prevent terrorism from coming to the US or attacking American and allied interests? Justify your response
Part 6. Throughout this course you have learned IC’s capabilities, limitations, missions, and goals as they relate to homeland security. You have also learned the threats of today, and those projected in the future. But as the tragic events of 9/11 so vividly indicate, Americans have a tendency of fighting the last war.