Security and Defense Sectors
Agile Decision Making
Critical Design is a Knowledge System composed by a Conceptual Construct and a Methodological Framework that make practical the Institutional Reform of Security and Defense Sectors.
Institutional Reforms builds Effective Governance by driving:
Policy & Budget Alignment
Fiscal & Budgetary Transparency
Forge a common understanding of defense priorities, harmonizing the contributions of security actors, including those at national level, local government, the business community, civil society organizations, as well as regional and international institutions.
Outline the core values and interests of the nation and set guidelines for addressing current and prospective opportunities and the threat spectrum challenging these values and interests.
Integrate and coordinate the contributions of national security actors in response to the interests and threats deemed most important.
Provide benchmarks for aligning operational decisions with the short- and long-term goals of national policy, allowing for the optimal use of defense resources, helping to avoid discrepancy, redundancy and deficiency.
Define a set of defense capabilities that could cost-effectively address future threats emerging in foreseeable mission areas
Communicate the defense concerns to the international community, thus facilitating international understanding and cooperation.