Civilian Surge. Key to Complex Operations
NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV WASHINGTON DC CENTER FOR TECHNOLOGY AND NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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CHAPTERS 1 Executive Summary 2 Christel Fonzo-Eberhard and Richard L. Kugler. Sizing the Civilian Response Capacity for Complex Operations 3 Christopher J. Lamb. Redesigning White House and Interagency Structures 4 Terry J. Pudas and Catherine Theohary. Reconsidering the Defense Department Mission 5 James A. Schear and Leslie B. Curtin. Complex Operations Recalibrating the State Departments Role 6 Patrick M. Cronin and R. Stephen Brent. Strengthening Development and Reconstruction Assistance 7 Bernard T. Carreau. Domestic Agencies, Civilian Reserves, and the Intelligence Community 8 Bernard T. Carreau. Outsourcing Civilian Capabilities and Capacity 9 John W. Yaeger and L. Erik Kjonnerod. Educating National Security Professionals for Stabilization and Reconstruction 10 Gordon Adams, William I. Bacchus, and David Glaudemans. Providing Authorities and Resources 11 Neyla Arnas. Connecting Government Capabilities for Overseas Missions 12 Bernd McConnell and Kristine Shelstad. Complex Operations in the Homeland 13 Designing a Comprehensive International Approach 14 Linking U.S. Capacity to Local Actors.
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