Better Decision Making for Homeland Security Leaders
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) faces many challenges -- sharing information among a wide variety of agencies and intelligence-gathering organizations, changing requirements, and new threats on a daily basis.
At the same time, DHS managers are required to exercise strong fiscal discipline. They must make decisions about the best ways to eliminate redundancy, invest resources in what works, and meet their mission to enhance security.
Decision Lens provides a proven framework for the decision making process. Key decision areas in which Decision Lens concentrates in the Homeland Security community include:
- All-hazard capabilities planning.
- Risk analysis and management.
- Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPDs).
- Grant allocation and utilization.
- Human capital management.
- Organizational transformation.
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.