What does it mean to be “mission-ready”? Most often used to describe the military's preparedness for combat, mission readiness refers to an organization’s ability to understand, prepare, program, and sustain core mission responsibilities. There is no more important time for this than now.
To be mission-ready, or sustain critical mission operations, is always imperative, not only during times of unpredictability such as the COVID-19 pandemic. There has been a clamoring need for sustained accuracy of data within federal and intelligence agencies, as well as healthcare and commercial organizations. Agencies need quick access to mission-critical data that can be assessed and utilized immediately. Making informed decisions at the moment is key to ensuring future needs.
How can non-defense organizations become mission-ready? Join leaders from Booz Allen and the Federal Government to take an in-depth look at how agencies can enable and sustain mission and operations readiness.