Our mission is to help America remain a beacon of hope and strength on the world stage. America faces a strategic imperative to innovate and rapidly field emerging technologies to remain ahead of other technical world powers. Peer adversaries, surrogate states, non-state actors, and eroding competitive advantage necessitate focused attention on dominating certain critical capabilities. Process dominance is such a capability. America must achieve and maintain a global competitive advantage relative to this capability. The Department of Defense (DoD) and adjacent national security agencies must embark on a cross-agency effort now to build out this capability which effectively supports operations and sustains our security and solvency. Process dominance has wide applicability throughout the Federal government and industry.
We depend on our customers. We exceed expectations by striving to understand current and future customer needs.
We undertake projects with unity of purpose by creating and maintaining the internal environment in which people can become fully involved in achieving our objectives.
Our people engage, lead, and make decisions. Their passion and initiative benefit the business.
We have tried and true processes which work and deliver results. Our management processes make the business more efficient and support client success.
We are constantly thinking about how we can improve our overall performance. Every process may be improved. Every idea is considered.
We make decisions with data. In order to do that, we collect data about our processes. Effective decisions are based on the analysis of data.
Our success depends upon our people and other interdependent organizations. Like Gene Frenkle, we participate in mutually beneficial relationships which enhances our abilities to create value.