3-5 pagesPart 1Create a user guide of the intelligence community’s (IC’s) capabilities and limitations using the intelligence cycle as a guide. Consider the following points in your guide:
Include a short description of the IC and the role of intelligence and information sharing in homeland security (HLS).
Cover the agencies within the IC, including the agency’s primary role within the IC and the types of primary intelligence gathered.
Provide an explanation of any specialized technology that is used by any IC agency.
Provide a brief summary of the IC’s capabilities and limitations as they relate to intelligence gathering and information sharing.
Include a cover page and a reference page with a minimum of 4 sources in APA format. Part 2Create a worldwide intelligence agency or fusion center organizational chart. Analyze the flow of information and intelligence among the following:
Foreign-nation intelligence agencies
U.S. national intelligence agencies
State-level intelligence agencies
Local intelligence fusion center organizations Consider both the vertical (i.e., the exchange of intelligence and information to and from U.S. national-level intelligence agencies, state-level fusion centers, and local intelligence centers and operations) and the horizontal (i.e., the exchange of intelligence and information between the U.S. and foreign national-level intelligence agencies, among U.S. federal agencies, between state fusion centers, and between communities) relationships. Consider the following:
Describe how these entities share information and the challenges in exchanging accurate, timely intelligence.
Using an example of information collected by a source in a foreign location, trace the flow of that information to operational use in a U.S. city.
Include a recommendation on how all of the various levels of intelligence organizations can improve intelligence and information sharing. all sources APA minimum of 4 refrences