Quiz Lesson 5: Liaison and Information Management
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- operating in the same environment, with the objective of enhancing the overall strategic direction of the mission.
- the quality and quantity of information shared.
- and ensure that these two types of information are gathered, processed, and disseminated separately.
- and to therefore refrain from unnecessarily classifying information that may be of use beyond the military.
- the military force may have to offer, as well as a database of the potential need for such services.
- institutional memory is a major problem for the military component in any peace operation.
All programmes, offices or units must ensure that their plans and activities are coordinated with others
The success of civil-military coordination is directly linked to
The CIMIC Officer needs to be sensitive to the difference between operational intelligence and CIMIC information,
CIMIC Officers will have to sensitise their colleagues to the need to share information with civilian partners
The CIMIC Officer thus needs to develop and maintain a database of both the potential resources that
With most military units being rotated every six months, and with CIMIC staff officers at Force and Sector HQ being rotated every year,