Intellipedia is an online system for collaborative data sharing used by the United States Intelligence Community (IC). It was established as a pilot project in late 2005 and formally announced in April 2006 and consists of three wikis running on JWICS, SIPRNet, and Intelink-U. The levels of classification allowed for information on the three wikis are Top Secret, Secret, and Sensitive But Unclassified/FOUO information, respectively. They are used by individuals with appropriate clearances from the 16 agencies of the IC and other national-security related organizations, including Combatant Commands and other federal departments. The wikis are not open to the public.
Intellipedia is a project of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) Intelligence Community Enterprise Services (ICES) office headquartered in Fort Meade, Maryland. It includes information on the regions, people, and issues of interest to the communities using its host networks. Intellipedia uses MediaWiki, the same software used by the Wikipedia free-content encyclopedia project. ODNI officials say that the project will change the culture of the U.S. intelligence community, widely blamed for failing to “connect the dots” before the September 11 attacks.
The Secret version connected to SIPRNet predominantly serves Department of Defense and the Department of State personnel, many of whom do not use the Top Secret JWICS network on a day-to-day basis. Users on unclassified networks can access Intellipedia from remote terminals outside their workspaces via a VPN, in addition to their normal workstations. Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) users share information on the unclassified network. (Source: Wikipedia)
Intellipedia Manual, 2007 Edition, Released in Full [17 Pages, 1.73MB] – After appealing this 2009 request for a FULL denial, the document was sent to the Department of State, and finally released in full in October of 2013.
Bay of Pigs [ 8 Pages, 0.6MB | a/o 08/2014 ]
Benghazi [ 9 Pages, 0.9MB | a/o 05/2016 ]
Bent Spear [ 5 Pages, 0.6MB | a/o 12/2015 ]
Broken Arrow [ 5 Pages, 0.6MB | a/o 12/2015 ]
Camp X [ 5 Pages, 0.6MB | a/o 07/2016 ]
Corona Satellite [ 21 Pages, 3.19MB | a/o 02/2014 ]
Dull Sword [ 5 Pages, 0.6MB | a/o 12/2015 ]
Echelon [ 2 Pages, 3.19MB | 03/2014 ] – The FOIA for this entry received the “GLOMAR Response.”
Freemasonry [ 18 Pages, 3.2MB | a/o 09/2016 ]
GeoLITE [ 5 Pages, 0.7MB | a/o 03/2016 ]
The Greenbrier Hotel [ 6 Pages, 0.4MB | a/o 09/2014 ]
JFK Assassination [ 4 Pages, 0.99MB | a/o 01/2013 ]
MKULTRA / Mind Control [ 16 Pages, 2.76MB | a/o 03/2013 ]
Nucear Incident [ 7 Pages, 1.4MB | a/o 09/2016 ]
Nucear Weapons Accident [ 7 Pages, 1.4MB | a/o 09/2016 ]
Nucear Weapon Deficiency [ 7 Pages, 1.4MB | a/o 09/2016 ]
Nucear Weapon Incident [ 7 Pages, 1.4MB | a/o 09/2016 ]
Operation Mongoose / Cuban Project [ 5 Pages, 1.1MB | a/o 10/2016 ]
Remote Viewing [ 7 Pages, 0.6MB | a/o 09/2014 ]
Psychic Powers / New Age Category Pages [ 4 Pages, 0.5MB ] After finding the Remove Viewing entry above, I requested the two category pages to see what other entries I could find. I was told “no records” existed. I appealed based on the above document. I was denied under the “appeal.” Strangely, 6 weeks later, I received this letter and responsive documents. There WERE records relating to my request, and even though I appealed the original decision, I was denied a SECOND time. What happened? I also requested all FOIA Processing Notes [16 Pages, 0.8MB] for this request. Interesting to see the behind the scenes notes, as it appears they had caught their mistake when receiving my appeals, and yet they STILL denied them. Luckily, the honest NSA employee who was curiously looking at “unrelated” cases, made the NSA send me a follow up which is above.
Scientology (State Dept. Release) [ 6 Pages, 0.4MB | a/o 11/2014 ]
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence [ 9 Pages, 2.1MB | a/o 08/2016 ]
SIDToday [ 5 Pages, 1.5MB | a/o 05/2016 ]
United States Secret Service [ 9 Pages, 1.59MB | a/o 02/2011 ]
Warren Commission [ 5 Pages, 0.9MB | a/o 02/2011 ]
Watergate [ 5 Pages, 0.9MB | a/o 12/2013 ]
Zero Point Energy [ 4 Pages, 0.6MB | a/o 9/2014]
“No Records” Response for these entries:– B-21 Bomber (April 2016)