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An intelligence source is

[t]he means or system that can be used to observe and record information relating to the condition, situation, or activities of a targeted location, organization, or individual. An intelligence source can be people, documents, equipment, or technical sensors.[1]
[p]ersons, images, signals, documents, data bases, and communications media capable of providing intelligence information through collection and analysis programs, e.g., Human Intelligence, Imagery Intelligence, Signal Intelligence, Geospatial Intelligence and Measurement and Signature Intelligence.[2]