Tag: Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR)

Featured article: Filling the Gap: A Strategy to Harmonize Joint and Interagency Planning by J. “Spyke” Szeredy How can providing a new planning strategy exert influence, align objectives, and harmonize activities between the Joint and Interagency environments? A simplified strategy for the integration of planning across the joint (Department of Defense [DoD] and integrated service components) and the interagency communities would […]

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Featured article: USAID: What You Don’t Know by Vashaun Wrice The interagency (IA) relationship between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other government agencies is an important one. As such, the following article will examine a way of bridging the gap of IA coordination between such agencies, specifically that of USAID and […]

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Earlier this spring, the Department of Defense released its fifth Quadrennial Defense Review. The QDR seeks to adapt, reshape, and rebalance the U.S. military, and is intended to set the course for the department to address current and future conflicts and threats…

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Earlier this month, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel spoke at the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ 2013 Global Security Forum. At the Forum, Hagel discussed several issues related to the Nation’s security.

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