The Future of the IC Workforce: Gaining Information Advantage

INSF is partnering with QINETIQ on a three-part "Future of the IC Workforce: Gaining Information Advantage" webinar series. Through this year long effort, INSF will bring together private and public sector leaders to discuss key factors affecting the intelligence community's ability to maintain information advantage over its adversaries.

Episode 2
Alliances and Partnerships

August 14 | 2:00-3:00 pm

For episode 2 of our 2023 INSF/QinetiQ Multimedia Campaign, panelists will examine the state of the Five Eyes partnership and how information advantages can be developed by providing the ability to draw on different countries' unique access, collection capabilities, and analytic insights.

Additional topics of discussion include:

  • Lessons learned from the war in Ukraine
  • Benefits of information sharing to expand mutual capabilities
  • Cyber threat intelligence and the value of open-source information
  • ...and more!

Episode 3
Tradecraft and Data

October 2023

In this final episode of the 2023 INSF/QinetiQ Multimedia Campaign, panelists will discuss how commercial companies process large amounts of data at highly efficient rates and what OSINT could learn from their use of open-source intelligence. 

Additional topics to be discussed include:

  • Strategies for integrating open-source with classified information
  • How to expand recruitment beyond cleared candidates only
  • Prioritizing resources PAEI management models and exploring other avenues of developing tradecraft
  • ...and more!

There will also be ample time for Q&A after the discussion!



On Monday, May 15, the Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) launched the 2023 “The Future of the IC Workforce" Multimedia Campaign, a three-part series focused on Gaining Information Advantage

Underwritten by QinetiQ, the first installment examined the IC workforce, and featured Scott Coltson, Deputy Director for Mission Services, DIA; Christine C. Parker, Senior Strategist, Acting Senior Advisor to the Chief Human Capital Officer, NSA; Pamela Hardy, Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging, QinetiQ US; and moderated by Lindy Kyzer, Director of Content at Clearance Jobs.


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QinetiQ US is a leading defense and security company in the United States providing mission-led innovation at pace. As a provider of technologically advanced services and products to the US Department of Defense and national security agencies, QinetiQ US is positioned to deliver key aspects of the modernization required to address our customers’ pivot to counter near peer adversaries. QinetiQ’s engineering services span the DoD and Intel community providing subject matter expertise in the areas of communications, sensor integration and research and development, survivability, and unmanned ground combat systems. QinetiQ US is creating new ways of protecting what matters most; testing technologies, systems, and processes to make sure they work as expected; and enabling customers to deploy new and enhanced-existing capabilities with the assurance they will deliver the outcomes required. Please visit our website at https://www.qinetiq.com/en-us/ and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook @QinetiQUS.

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