The Simons Center is pleased to reveal the first installment of its interagency bibliography. The bibliography, which was posted to the Simons Center’s website earlier this week, is part of the Simons Center’s mission to foster and develop an interagency body of knowledge and to promote the research, study, and analysis of interagency issues. The bibliography boasts over 500 entries regarding interagency issues, and includes reports from the Government Accountability Office and the Congressional Research Service, professional publications by subject matter experts, and academic research from both military and non-military institutions.
New entries to the interagency bibliography will be added over time, and the Simons Center hopes that their bibliography will continue to promote the Center’s goal of enhancing interagency education and cooperation through the research, study, and analysis of interagency issues.
To learn more about the Simons Center’s interagency bibliography or to use the bibliography to conduct research,
please follow the link below.
Col. Arthur D. Simons Center for the Study of Interagency Cooperation’s Interagency Bibliography