The structure of an intelligence service/agency ( this is NOT restricted to the U.S. it can be from any other country if you would like) or do an intelligence brief on a new intelligence service/agency

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The structure of an intelligence service/agency ( this is NOT restricted to the U.S. it can be from any other country if you would like) or do an intelligence brief on a new intelligence service/agency

The brief must be three full pages on content in length with normal margins. Scores for briefs that do not meet the minimum length requirement will be marked down by five points for each half-page or portion of a half-page short, and ten points for three-quarters of a page short. Tables, graphs, or charts should be presented in an appendix but are not counted toward the minimum paper length. You must use at least two different types of sources (such as journals, books, online, etc.). The Brief will be partially evaluated on the quality and appropriateness of your sources. As a general rule, academic sources, e.g., books, journals, government-sponsored studies, and reports, are acceptable.

I attached a how-to do an intelligence brief as well as some examples. Tables, graphs, or charts are not necessary, so that part doesn’t need to be on the paper

No need for a title page. Just the top left basic name, class, subject, and date, just as the brief examples show