Project on National Security Reform


Project on National Security Reform envisions transformed national security system



Project on National Security Reform envisions transformed national security system

The Project on National Security Reform envisions a collaborative, agile, and innovative system that would combine all elements of national strength, integrating intelligence, making timely and informed decisions, and taking decisive action.  A transformed national security system would be characterized by a broadened and re-balanced concept of national security...

National Security Reform Mid-Term Assessment addresses interagency issues



National Security Reform Mid-Term Assessment addresses interagency issues

The Strategic Studies Institute at the U.S. Army War College recently published National Security Reform 2010: A Mid-Term Assessment.  The report is the result of a national security colloquium which focused on the need for advancing the research and study of national security reform...

IAP 3 (Jan 2011) Is a Sense of Community Vital to Interagency Coordination?



IAP 3 (Jan 2011) Is a Sense of Community Vital to Interagency Coordination?

by William J. Davis, Jr., Ph.D.

What causes a large group to operate in an efficient, effective, innovative manner? Is it the way it is organized, its executive structure, its mechanisms for gathering and disseminating information, its internal communications, its analytic capacity, its contributions from staff, its morale, or its sense of community?