Reducing Uncertainty 评价人数不足
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Intelligence is not supposed to--and in my experience very seldom does--advocate specific courses of action. Its primary purpose is to provide information and insight that will enhance understanding of the core issue, how it relates to other matters, and possible consequences of alternative courses of action. Stated differently, the primary purpose of intelligence inputs into the decision-making process is to reduce uncertainty, identify risks and opportunities, and, by doing so, deepen understanding so that those with policy-making responsibilities will make "better" decisions. Being better informed does not guarantee better decisions, but being ill informed or misinformed certainly reduces the likelihood of policy success.

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