CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SUPPORT IN CURRENT MILITARY SYSTEMS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIC LEVEL DECISION
The intelligence process is a succession of activities, operations, procedures and linked intermediate states, which fulfill the function of producing the necessary information for exercising leadership. The information system’s architecture allows the transformation of data and information for use in the management processes (collection, formalization and storage of data, the analysis, interpretation and processing of data for obtaining information, the reception and assimilation of obtained information in parallel processes, the storage and distribution of information).
Improving management, in general, especially information management represents the key element in increasing the efficiency of a military structure. Reforms in the information management field imply the development of new
technical for processing and storing data, for running information flows, the implementation and interconnection of subsystems or networks, the introduction of new procedures for inserting new information into the system,
reducing stagnation time of information on certain levels, training personnel assigned to maneuver information etc.
Keywords: intelligence management; intelligence activity; identifying the intelligence requirements; intelligence evaluation; intelligence collection; intelligence processing; dissemination; intelligence cycle; planning and conducting data and information.
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