The AIPIO vision - Integrated Intelligence: people and practice
The AIPIO goal is to advance the professionalisation of intelligence
To achieve our vision and goal, AIPIO works to sustain and grow a  community of intelligence practitioners’ through advocacy, thought leadership and partner engagement
The Institute’s membership reflects all domains of intelligence practice including: national security, defence, law enforcement, compliance, business and academia

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 Events - 2018 

21-23 August 2018
QT Hotel - Canberra

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AIPIO ( is the peak representative body for intelligence practitioners in Australia.

Planning is underway for Intelligence 2018, which will be held at the QT Hotel in Canbera from 21-23 August 2018. Dorothy Seidel Hooke has kindly agreed to join me as Co-Convenor for Intelligence 2018.

Keynote Speakers

Paul Symon, AO
Major General (Retd)
Director-General, Australian Secret Intelligence Service

Description of photo herePaul Symon graduated from the Royal Military College Duntroon in 1982.  A career in the military, spanning 35 years and culminating in the rank of Major General, followed. From 2011–14, Paul was Director of the Defence Intelligence Organisation and, prior to that, served as the Deputy Chief of the Australian Army from late 2008 until 2011.
Paul has served on operations four times during his military career. His most senior command was as a Brigadier in late 2005 until mid-2006 when he was appointed Australian Commander Middle East. This gave him national command responsibility for all Defence personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan. Prior to that appointment, in 2003, he was selected to be the senior military adviser to Mr Nick Warner the Special Coordinator of the Regional Assistance Mission in the Solomon Islands (RAMSI).

Michael Phelan, APM
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

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Integrated Intelligence 

Intelligence professionals make their living drawing actionable insights from sketchy data, but the growing velocity, volume, variety, and complexity of this data demands more than the popular view of intelligence as solo operators, siloed functions, and exclusive organisations. To be successful, modern intelligence professionals must rely on ‘outsiders’ – business, academe, and public sector institutions – tightly integrated for alignment, complementarity
and synergy.

AIPIO – as a critical change agent in the intelligence profession – stands ready to engage, support,advise, and partner to advance this goal of ‘integrated intelligence’.  We believe advancing this goal requires measured ​investment ​in collaboration, technology, and capability.

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Monash BARD is a multi-year project funded by IARPA for the CREATE program (Crowdsourcing Evidence, Argumentation, Thinking and Evaluation). BARD is a toolsupporting the use of Bayesian networks to analyse intelligence problems. As a part of this project we are looking for volunteers from the intelligence community toparticipate in research using the tool.

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The SWARM Platform is a new online system designed to improve analytical reasoning through the use of “crowdsourcing” and structured analytical techniques. The SWARM project has major funding from the US Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA). In 2018 will be conducting a major test of the new system. We have been beta testing for six months; this has included piloting with teams from an intelligence organisation. We now plan a larger exercise, which will be open to intelligence organisations, or organisations with
intelligence functions.

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