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What does IP stand for?
IP stands for Intelligence Problem
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 112 other meanings of IP in our Acronym Attic
- Insured Property
- Integer Programming
- Integrated Packaging
- Integrated Process
- Integrated Program(s)
- Integrated Programme (Singapore education program)
- Integration Plan
- Intellectual Property
- Intelligence Peripheral
- Intelligence Plot
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It also calls our attention to intelligence problems such as a lack of cooperation between government agencies like the FBI and CIA and the effect such problems could have on the success of intelligence capabilities.
In related news, Israeli member of the Knesset Shaul Mofaz said Israel has an intelligence problem in Gaza and said the Israeli general security service Shin Bet needed to get its house in order.
Ellis put Dyn through its paces on intense applications such as physics simulations, 3-D computations and artificial intelligence problems.
In this work, he presents an anecdotal history of the Cold War propaganda stations as presented from the perspective of security and intelligence problems.
Since its launch in 2007, some of the world's largest organizations -- such as Comcast, JP Morgan Chase and Verizon -- as well as aggressive smaller companies have deployed the Vertica Analytic Database to solve large-scale business intelligence problems at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional database systems and proprietary data warehouse appliances.
Analysts may be "ADCON" (administrative control) to functional organizations, but "OPCON" (operational control) to crossfunctional, multidisciplinary integrated analysis teams formed to solve complex, large-scale intelligence problems.
The program will include lectures, field trips to agencies and work on an intelligence problem under the direction of analysts drawn from the Intelligence Community," Blair's office said in a statement.