Assessing the Value of U.S. Army International Activities
Rand Corporation, Sep 11, 2006 - Political Science - 172 pages
This report presents a framework for assessing U.S. Army International Activities (AIA). It also provides a matrix of eight AIA "ends," derived from top-level national and Army guidance, and eight AIA "ways," which summarize the various capabilities inherent in AIA programs. In addition, the report describes the new online AIA Knowledge Sharing System (AIAKSS) that is being used to solicit programmatic and assessment data from AIA officials in the Army's Major Commands.
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Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two Measuring the Performance of Government Programs
Chapter Three AIA Ends and Ways
Chapter Four Linking Ways to Ends
Chapter Five Army International Activities Knowledge Sharing System
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