Bloomberg: How the Pentagon is preparing for the change in administration
Before every change of administration, government agencies harbor grand expectations for new leadership and a fresh vision of the future, although transformational ideas on how to manage a headstrong bureaucracy may not be necessarily welcome.
The transition at the Defense Department is always a major focus due to the nature of its mission and demanding responsibilities. Months before the November presidential election, Pentagon advisory teams have been mobilized to help prepare the next administration for the management challenges that lie ahead.
A key warning for incoming leaders is that the best laid plans at the Pentagon can fall apart in the wake of unexpected global events. A new twist in this year’s transition preparations is the chaotic political climate in the United States and the likely disruption caused by fiscal cliffs and government shutdowns.
“This is an unprecedented environment,” said Defense Business Board Chairman Michael Bayer.
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WNU Editor: If Hillary Clinton wins the U.S. Presidency .... I do not see many changes happening. If Donald Trump wins .... my gut tells me that there will be changes .... and these changes will be major.