Better Decision Making for Department of Defense Leaders
The Department of Defense must continue to innovate in the way it does business, ranging from setting priorities, funding programs and developing and buying major weapons programs to managing its workforce.
The need for realism is a prevailing theme, to ensure that expenditures are not tied up in the pursuit of unnecessary programs. Decision Lens provides a rational framework for the decision process, helping ensure that decisions are aligned with the needs of the DoD.
Decision Lens enables the armed forces and other agencies to make their decision processes more efficient and effective for all the key defense functions.
Stakeholders can think more creatively and make more innovative and reliable decisions.
Accountability is a key feature of our decision software. When you must explain or justify decisions, our audit trail function provides the details on what was considered, shows how the process evolved and how members of the team voted.
Decision Lens is recognized as a Best Practice for the decision making process.
Serving a wide variety of government and private sector organizations, Decision Lens has been selected as a best practice by The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Joint Staff, Navy, Army, Air Force, Military Health System, Defense Logistics Agency, and CENTCOM, among others.
Here's how our clients in the Defense sector are using Decision Lens:
USASOC uses Decision Lens for budgeting, planning and operations activities.
The Joint Staff uses Decision Lens for decision processes across and within the staff components.