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PRT interagency lessons learned project. -- 2010

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Title PRT interagency lessons learned project.
Imprint [Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C.] : Center for Complex Operations (CCO), 2010.
Physical Description 144 p. ; 30 cm.
Notes Cover title.
“Unclassified, for official use only, Rel. ISAF.”
“October 2010”.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary: “The Center for Complex Operations (CCO), in conjunction with the interagency Best Practices Working Group (BPWG), has been coordinating a project to gather lessons and best practices from civilian and military members serving on Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan and Iraq. The CCO partners with the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) to conduct interviews of recently returned civilian PRT members, collaborates with the Services as they interview military members of the PRTs, gathers interviews of civilian and military personnel from other sources, and conducts field trips to collect information from currently deployed PRT personnel. In addition, CCO administers written surveys to military and civilian PRT members. The interview and survey questions are standardized for both military and civilian PRT members. This memorandum summarizes the main observations derived from interviews conducted between fall 2009 and summer 2010 and presents issues for consideration to be reviewed by the BPWG, the agencies, and the Services. The issues for consideration are derived from PRT personnel feedback; they have not been subject to a full analysis and are not policy recommendations.” (p. 6).
Subject Headings Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRTs) (Afghanistan) – Evaluation.
Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRTs) (Iraq) – Evaluation.
Military assistance – Afghanistan – Evaluation.
Military assistance – Iraq – Evaluation.
Civil-military relations – Afghanistan – Evaluation.
Civil-military relations – Iraq – Evaluation.
Economic assistance – Afghanistan.
Economic assistance – Iraq.
International relief – Afghanistan – Evaluation.
Accession Number 14294
Language English
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Record Number 12730