INSF Paper Finds Remote Work to Outlive Pandemic

INSF Paper Finds Remote Work to Outlive Pandemic

INSF Paper Finds Remote Work to Outlive Pandemic

ARLINGTON, VA — The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) has released a new white paper focused on the COVID-19 pandemic impact on the intelligence and national security workforce. Underwritten by Avantus Federal, The Future of the IC Workforce: The Promise and Limits of Remote Work Technology summarizes key findings from INSF's three-part videocast series, which examined the shift to remote work in 2020; specifically, what worked, what challenges remain, and what opportunities lay ahead.

“The paper provides a number of recommendations for how we can reimagine the traditional IC work model and use lessons learned from the pandemic to build and grow a talented and diverse workforce,” said Suzanne Wilson Heckenberg, president of INSF and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance.

Key findings include the need for government and industry to reduce over-classification of materials, embrace OSINT, implement agile leadership, and embrace emerging technologies including zero trust architecture.

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Britany Dowd

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