The Army’s intelligence chief discusses the service’s new OSINT strategy

The Army is making a strong push into open source intelligence. Earlier this year, the Army published its first OSINT strategy. The service’s goal is to “professionalize” its OSINT workforce and use OSINT as an intelligence discipline “of first resort,” Lt. Gen. Laura Potter, the Army’s deputy chief of staff for intelligence, tells me in this week’s show. Also joining the show is Dennis Eger, the Army’s senior open source intelligence advisor.