Assign KITs, KIQs, and/or intelligence requirements
Once generated, Key Intelligence Topics (KITs), Key Intelligence Questions (KIQs), and/or intelligence requirements are assigned to applicable agencies and/or personnel. For example, an adversary may decide nuclear energy requirements should be assigned to a specific organization based on their mission.  
DetectionDetectable by Common Defenses (Yes/No/Partial): No
Explanation: Normally, defender is unable to detect. Few agencies and commercial organizations may have unique insights.
Difficulty for the AdversaryEasy for the Adversary (Yes/No): Yes
Explanation: Normal aspect of adversary planning lifecycle. May not be done by all adversaries.
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- Joint Chiefs of Staff. (2012, January 05). Joint and National Intelligence Support to Military Operations. Retrieved March 2, 2017.