Wisconsin Digital Government Summit 2017

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Spotlight

In anticipation of declining defense and intelligence budgets as direct U.S. involvement in overseas contingency operations began to wind down in 2010, the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) constituted a working group of current and former senior intelligence officials along with senior industry and academic counterparts to analyze lessons learned in previous downturns. Their efforts resulted in the publication of the INSA white paper, Smart Change, in May 2011. While well-received, this initial paper was published before the budget challenges facing the U.S. government were fully understood. Current budget realities make clear that resources available for intelligence activities will continue to decline in the near-term, and despite the determined efforts of Intelligence Community (IC) leaders to protect the IC’s ‘total’ workforce, reducing its size and cost – both government and contractor – is unavoidable. To examine the challenges and opportunities associated with such a restructuring, INSA reconstituted part of its Smart Change Task Force (TF) to focus specifically on strategic workforce planning and closely related issues.


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Spotlight

In anticipation of declining defense and intelligence budgets as direct U.S. involvement in overseas contingency operations began to wind down in 2010, the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) constituted a working group of current and former senior intelligence officials along with senior industry and academic counterparts to analyze lessons learned in previous downturns. Their efforts resulted in the publication of the INSA white paper, Smart Change, in May 2011. While well-received, this initial paper was published before the budget challenges facing the U.S. government were fully understood. Current budget realities make clear that resources available for intelligence activities will continue to decline in the near-term, and despite the determined efforts of Intelligence Community (IC) leaders to protect the IC’s ‘total’ workforce, reducing its size and cost – both government and contractor – is unavoidable. To examine the challenges and opportunities associated with such a restructuring, INSA reconstituted part of its Smart Change Task Force (TF) to focus specifically on strategic workforce planning and closely related issues.

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