Szayna -- Integrating civilian agencies in stability operations / Thomas... -- 2009
||Szayna, Thomas S.
||Integrating civilian agencies in stability operations / Thomas S. Szayna ... [et al.].
||Santa Monica : RAND Corporation, 2009.
||xxxii, 167 p. ; 30 cm.
||"Prepared for the United States Army".
"Rand Arroyo Center".
"Includes bibliography"—(p. 159-167).
Summary: "Since 2003, there has been a great deal of activity to revise the way that the United States plans and conducts Stabilization, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction (SSTR) operations. The primary emphasis of the changes is on ensuring a common U.S. strategy rather than a collection of individual departmental and agency efforts and on mobilizing and involving all available U.S. government assets in the operation. Two founding documents, both signed in late 2005, gave direction to the process. On the civilian and interagency side, National Security Presidential Directive 44 (NSPD-44) established a broad outline of the new approach and gave general guidelines as to the development of the interagency process regarding SSTR operations…"—(p. xiii).
Contents: Preface—Figures—Tables—Summary—Acknowledgments—List of abbreviations—Chapter 1. Introduction—Chapter 2. Identifying the key agencies : the top-down approach—Chapter 3. Identifying the key agencies : the bottom-up approach—Chapter 4. Problems of civilian agency participation in SSTR operations—Chapter 5. Building interagency collaborative networks—Chapter 6. Options for more effective civilian agency participation in SSTR operations—Appendix—Additional materials—Bibliography.
||Integrated operations (Military science)
Interagency coordination – United States.
Civil-military relations – United States.
Postwar reconstruction – Government policy – United States.
United States – Armed Forces – Civic action.
United States – Armed Forces – Stability operations.
United States – Armed Forces – Civil functions.
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