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Collections Requirement Manager

United States Intelligence Community

October 30, 2007

Collection Requirements Managers are involved in a range of activities including developing plans and strategies for collection and inter- and intra-agency coordination of collection requirements. They act as a liaison and provide representation on requirements to agency and Intelligence Community collection activities, working groups, and resource allocation boards. In addition, Collection Requirements Managers analyze and interpret collection statistics to identify and assess trends; evaluate collection assets and methods for satisfying collection needs; and make recommendations to long-range collection planners.

Skills and Knowledge Required

Collection Requirements Managers typically possess knowledge of one or more of the natural or social sciences, engineering, or military science. They also have knowledge of one or more disciplines in the collection requirements programs (e.g., Human Intelligence, Signals Intelligence, Imagery Intelligence), mathematics, history and archeology, and geology. General skill areas include critical thinking, monitoring, coordination, systems analysis, mathematics, active learning, and science. For a complete description of skill and knowledge requirements, please check with individual Community member agencies.

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