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This Instruction provides procedures for the development, justification, submission, validation, and evaluation of intelligence collection requirements. This Instruction applies to Headquarters, North American Aerospace Defense Command (HQ NORAD) and its subordinates, and to Headquarters, United States Space Command (HQ USSPACECOM) and its components. It applies to the Air National Guard (ANG) when published in the ANGIND 2, but not to Air Force Reserve Units. Subordinate/component units may supplement this Instruction after a draft is supplied to USSPACECOM J2OC, 570 Suffolk St. Peterson AFB, CO 80914-1680.
SUMMARY OF REVISIONS
This instruction supersedes NORAD/USSPACECOM Regulation 200-103 in its entirety.
1.1. Executive Order 12333, United States Intelligence Activities.
1.2. Department of Defense Directive 5105.21, Defense Intelligence Agency.
1.3. Joint Service Tactical Exploitation of National Systems (J-TENS) Manual.
1.4. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 58-5, Imagery Requirements.
1.5. DIAM 58-17, Defense Signals Intelligence Requirements Manual.
1.6. DIAM 58-8, Measurement and Signature Intelligence.
1.7. DIAM 58-13, Defense Human Resources Intelligence Collection Procedures.
1.8. DIAM 58-15, Time Sensitive Collection Management.
1.9. DIAM 59-1, User's Guide to Intelligence Dissemination/Reference Services.
1.10. Handbook of the National SIGINT Requirements System.
2. General. Intelligence Collection Management is the efficient use of collection resources to meet the intelligence information needs of the commands. Intelligence information from the four intelligence disciplines: Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Human Resources Intelligence (HUMINT), and Measurement and Signatures Intelligence (MASINT) are used to satisfy Command specific Essential Elements of Information (EEI).
3. Objective/Goals. Document the policy/process used to transform intelligence information needs into discipline specific collection requirements.
4.1. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). DIA is the DoD collection requirements management authority, responsible for coordinating DoD collection requirements. As such, DIA registers, validates, recommends priorities, assigns and monitors collection requirements for DoD activities.
4.1.1. DIA Defense Collection Coordination Center (DCCC) is the element within DIA that receives, coordinates, and processes time sensitive requirements. The DCCC is manned 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
4.2. HQ NORAD/USSPACECOM Directorate of Intelligence (N/SPJ2). N/SPJ2 provides for the analysis of information and production of intelligence to support the commands' missions. When intelligence requirements cannot be satisfied locally, the necessary collection is requested to acquire the additional information.
4.3. HQ NORAD/USSPACECOM Intelligence Operations Division (N/SPJ2O). N/SPJ2O oversees the development of collection management policy and procedures for NORAD and USSPACECOM, manages the utilization of collection personnel, provides general collection goals, and directs collection emphasis in response to guidance from N/SPJ2.
4.4. HQ NORAD/USSPACECOM Collection Management Branch (N/SPJ2OC). N/SPJ2OC provides for the daily execution of the collection management mission. N/SPJ2OC is responsible for the daily mission of receiving, validating, submitting and monitoring intelligence collection requirements. N/SPJ2OC interfaces with intelligence analysts and other intelligence consumers to fully justify collection requirements; researches requirements for existing collection and submits requests for needed collection. N/SPJ2OC monitors collection activity to determine when collection occurs and the level of satisfaction accomplished by the collection.
5.1. Standing Requirements. Standing requirements address long term needs for intelligence information. They are based upon the consumer's stated needs for intelligence information on which NORAD/USSPACECOM requires collection and reporting. Standing requirements require command validation and national level approval. When approved they are incorporated into discipline specific, national collection strategies. N/SPJ2OC will transform the consumer's intelligence information needs into the appropriate collection requirement formats to be forwarded to the Defense Intelligence Agency.
5.2. Ad Hoc Requirements. Ad hoc collection requirements are those which address a specific activity or period of time for which standing collection will not satisfy the requirement. Ad hoc requirements can be of two types, immediate or routine. Immediate (also called time-sensitive) requirements are those in which collection must begin within 48 hours of submission.
5.2.2. Immediate ad hocs can be either faxed, phoned or hand-carried to N/SPJ2OC. The minimum information required for all collection is a Basic Encyclopedia number (imagery only), EEIs, and justification of both the need (applicability to the mission) and timeliness (when information is needed and why). Immediate ad hocs generally require a tip-off reference (include Date Time Group and source).
5.3. During duty hours (0730 -1630), immediate ad hoc requirements, as well as all other collection requirements, will be forwarded to J2OC.
5.4. During non-duty hours, immediate ad hocs should be submitted to the Combined Intelligence Watch at Cheyenne Mountain. The watch commander will either call the N/SPJ2OC personnel for appropriate action or forward the requirement to the DIA, Defense Collection Coordination Center (DCCC).
5.5. In an emergency situation in which contact with N/SPJ2OC personnel or Combined Intelligence Watch is not possible, direct contact with DCCC is authorized.
5.6. Validation. Prior to validating a request, N/SPJ2OC will first determine that it is mission essential and that the required collection is not already in place. Once this has been accomplished, N/SPJ2OC will validate the requirement and submit it to DIA for approval/implementation.
5.7. Satisfaction. N/SPJ2OC will monitor the status of all ad hoc requests to ensure that collection is accomplished and the requirement is satisfied, and provide feedback to the requester.
5.8. Liaison. Telephonic contact and coordination between the region/component collection managers and N/SPJ2OC is highly encouraged to improve the collection process.
RODNEY S. LUSEY, Colonel, USA
1. Collection Request Format
2. Point of Contact Listing
COLLECTION REQUEST FORMAT
Components, regions, and staff directorates who desire to submit requests for intelligence collection, regardless of discipline, should use the format below. The input may be in the form of a memo, letter, or message. Time sensitive data may be faxed or phoned into J2OC.
CLASSIFICATION (ENSURE PROPER CLASSIFICATION LEVEL)
1. Requirement (What specific information is required and which discipline is most likely to satisfy the requirement).
2. Justification (This is the most important part of any requirement. For the most part, people processing the requirement are not intimately familiar with your intelligence problem. You are competing for limited collection resources, and must convince these people of the validity and importance of your requirement. At a minimum, the justification should address what you hope to accomplish, how the requested collection will answer your intelligence problem, why existing collection does not answer the intelligence problem, and the DTG and originator of tip-off, if applicable).
3. Target (BE number/Lat-Long)
4. Start/Stop date.
5. Point of contact name and phone number.
POC PHONE NUMBERS/MESSAGE ADDRESSES
1. N/SP J2OC: Collection Management Branch
Commercial (719) 554-8671/8673/8662/6119/8654 (All STU III)
STU III Fax (719) 554-8673
GENSER message address: HQ USSPACECOM CCMF CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AS CO
DSCS message address: USSPACMD//J2OC//
2. N/SP J2FW: Combined Intelligence Watch
Commercial (719) 474-4508/4511/4514/4515
STU III Fax (719) 474-3444/3816
GENSER message address: COMBINED INTEL CTR CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AS CO//J2FW//
DSSCS message address: USSPACMD//J2FW//
3. DIA Defense Collection Coordination Center (DCCC):
Commercial (703) 697-7100/7101/7102
GENSER message address: DIA WASHINGTON DC//CL-1C (DCCC)//
DSSCS message address: SSO DIA//CL-1C (DCCC)//