ATTP 5-0.1, Chapter 10 An information briefing presents facts in a form the audience can easily understand. It does not include conclusions or recommendations nor does it result in decisions. The following format works well for an information briefing. 1. Introduction Greeting. Address the audience. Identify yourself and your organization. Type and Classification of Briefing. Identify the type and classification of the briefing. For example, “This is an information briefing. It is classified SECRET.” Purpose and Scope. Describe complex subjects from general to specific. Outline or Procedure. Briefly summarize the key points and general approach. Explain any special procedures (such as demonstrations, displays, or tours). For example, “During my briefing, I will discuss the six phases of our plan. I will refer to maps of our area of operations. Then my assistant will bring out a sand table to show you the expected flow of battle.” The key points may…    read more