The provision of health services is a
critical and significant mission within
each branch of the U.S. Military, as
well as an integral part of the U.S.
Department of Defense’s Military
Health System, MHS.
The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) provides full-spectrum
logistical support to soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and
civilians around the world every day and for every major
conflict over the past five decades.
Since the creation of the IBM Center for The Business of
Government over 15 years ago, it has been our goal to help
public sector leaders and managers address real-world problems
by sponsoring independent, third-party research from top
minds in academe and the nonprofit sector.
What are the challenges to interagency coordination? How can federal agencies enhance interagency coordination? What lessons can be learned from interagency coordination in Afghanistan? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Andrea Strimling Yodsampa, author of the IBM Center report, Coordinating for Results: Lessons from a Case Study of Interagency Coordination in Afghanistan.
For the past two months, the Center for the Business of Government has each week written about trends in six different areas that are driving government to approach mission and business challenges differently. Today, we conclude the series with a look at newly funded studies from the Center, as well as some examples of agencies who are leading the way forward.