Outsourcing intelligence, while not a recent phenomenon, has become more commonplace in the face of increased operations and fiscal pressure since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. While outsourcing has many benefits, it also brings certain general difficulties. As outsourcing decisions continue, it is critical that lawmakers understand the policy and legal implications of such choices.
- Joshua R. Storm is a Captain, Field Artillery, US Army, and a 2018 J.D. graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center. He will be assigned to the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps. He served as a JNSLP student managing editor for 2017–2018.