Case | HBS Case Collection | April 2006 (Revised July 2006)

Managing National Intelligence (A): Before 9/11

by Jan W. Rivkin, Michael Roberto and Erika Ferlins

Abstract

Examines the management of national intelligence prior to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Describes the actions taken by a variety of government agencies, including the FBI, the CIA, the FAA, and the Department of Defense, to detect and deter such attacks.

Keywords: War; National Security; Organizational Design; Organizational Structure; Crisis Management; Management Systems; Public Administration Industry; United States;

Citation:

Rivkin, Jan W., Michael Roberto, and Erika Ferlins. "Managing National Intelligence (A): Before 9/11." Harvard Business School Case 706-463, April 2006. (Revised July 2006.)