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A shifting global landscape—with a resurgence of old adversaries and the emergence of new ones—requires new thinking and solutions to counter weapons of mass destruction. The U.S. government is making changes that put the emphasis on identifying and preventing threats before they become crises, and as such, the Department of Defense transferred the counter weapons of mass destruction (CWMD) mission lead to U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM).
To be successful, significant coordination and information sharing is required. This is a complex task with numerous factors adding to the challenge, including the difficulty in coordinating among multiple defense stakeholder agencies, limited situational awareness across the chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive communities; and evolving threat actors among them.
“ A shifting global landscape—with a resurgence of old adversaries and the emergence of new ones—requires new thinking and solutions to counter weapons of mass destruction.”
CWMD mission success requires integrating policy, operations, people, technology, and management. These components make up Booz Allen’s Mission Integration Framework, which enables critical mission capabilities: sharing a view of the mission status across all partners; coordinating all partners; and addressing the multi-dimensional WMD threat. The five components of mission integration combine the necessary strategy expertise and technical prowess to inform decision-making, reduce blind spots, and strengthen responsiveness and resilience.
Booz Allen’s Mission Integration Framework offers new thinking and solutions to countering weapons of mass destruction.
A shifting global landscape—with a resurgence of old adversaries and the emergence of new ones—requires new thinking on ways to counter weapons of mass destruction. Booz Allen's Mission Integration Framework offers solutions.