You are an intelligence analyst for the Department of Homeland Security assigned to the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (DHS-OIA). You are currently working in the Special Events Unit, and you are responsible for producing an intelligence assessment outlining potential threats to the upcoming United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meeting that is to take place in New York City later this year. To successfully complete this assessment, you must work closely with your federal partners in the U.S. intelligence community (horizontal integration) as well as your partners within the state, local, and international communities (vertical integration).
Your supervisor has given you a list of intelligence requirements pertaining to the upcoming event and has asked you to draft an intelligence collection plan based on those requirements.
The intelligence requirements are as follows:
- What individuals or groups are planning terrorist acts directed at the UNGA meeting in New York?
- What individuals, groups, or delegations attending the UNGA meeting in New York are being targeted by domestic or international terrorists?
- What groups or individuals associated with criminal or terrorist activities are active in the New York area of operations?
- Which foreign intelligence service will attempt to use the UNGA meeting in New York as an intelligence collection opportunity?
- Which delegations attending the UNGA meeting in New York are being targeted by foreign i