Honor Our Rising Stars!

Now in its 11th year, INSA Achievement Awards recognize outstanding early- to mid-career professionals from the national security, intelligence, and homeland security communities, as well as the senior leaders who inspire their success. Nominations due COB on Friday, October 30!

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INSA Achievement Awards

Honor Our Rising Stars! Now in its 11th year, the INSA Achievement Awards recognize outstanding early- to mid-career professionals from the national security, intelligence, and homeland security communities, as well as the senior leaders who inspire their success. Help us applaud key members of our

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Building Relationships for a Stronger IC

Our annual Colorado-based event is going virtual, now open to members of the IC all across the country! This September 29 program kicks off with keynote remarks from David Gauthier (NGA), followed by a panel discussion and audience Q&A.

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Common Threads: Colorado's Intelligence Community

This event is gratis. Advanced registration is required. Happening on Tuesday, September 29, from 5:00-6:30 pm ET (2:00-3:30 pm MT), this INSA event will bring together IC professionals from across the country to discuss the importance of establishing strong, collaborative relationships between the

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Common Threads: Colorado's Intelligence Community


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Get to Know #YourIC

The U.S. Intelligence Community could not accomplish all that it does without the inspiring people who drive its mission. Find out more about the variety of their backgrounds and interests and discover the opportunities that exist across the public, private, and academic sectors on our #YourIC webpage.

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The diversity of the people who make up the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) is inspiring and the career paths within it are endless. See below to learn more about the dedicated, mission driven professionals that make up the IC, and the array of career opportunities available across the public, priv

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Join INSA and Help Build a Stronger Intelligence Community

The INSA member network brings together professionals from across the intelligence and national security community - government, industry, and academic leaders - to collaborate and share insights and ideas that enhance our nation's intelligence gathering and analysis capabilities and strengthen our national security.

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Join INSA and Help Build a Stronger Intelligence Community

Our 160+ member organizations and 4,000+ individual and associate members span the public, private and academic sectors. Together, we advance collaborative solutions that enhance U.S. intelligence gathering and analysis capabilities and improve national security.

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2021-2023 INSA Board of Directors Call for Nominations

2021-2023 INSA Board of Directors Call for Nominations

INSA has opened the Call for Nominations to serve on the 2021-2023 INSA Board of Directors. As a board member, individuals gain exposure to different leadership styles, grow their professional networks and help INSA build a stronger intelligence community. We are seeking executives who are members in good standing ( ...

The Cipher Brief and INSA Membership Drive

The Cipher Brief and INSA Membership Drive

Get More for Less! INSA is teaming up with The Cipher Brief to offer a membership price that you can't pass up! For a limited time, you can sign up for a Level I membership at The Cipher Brief and an Individual membership at INSA for an annual price of $335 - a 20% savings! Four Fast Facts about INSA Membership: ...

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Supply Chain Security Is a Team Sport

Supply Chain Security Is a Team Sport

In her opening keynote at INSA's August 19 Supply Chain Integrity program, NCSC Deputy Director Connie Taube acknowledged that developing and maintaining a clear understanding of any organization's supply chain in the modern world is a heavy lift, especially in the current global climate. That said, it is of utmost imp ...

The U.S. National Security OS Needs a Software Update

The U.S. National Security OS Needs a Software Update

A strategic futurist, Zachery Tyson Brown (Founder, Consilient Solutions) sees the problems that currently exist in the U.S. national security structure and recognizes the need for change. The intelligence and national security systems that are operating now originated in the Cold War Era and are too rigid to adapt to ...

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