Career development for the Department of Defense security cooperation workforce

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Security cooperation's importance, scale, and complexity have grown substantially in recent years, but efforts to develop and manage the Department of Defense (DoD) security cooperation workforce have lagged behind. This study informs the development of career models for the security cooperation workforce by assessing requirements for security cooperation competencies and experience, identifying potential job families, and recommending measures to improve workforce management over the long term. The study identified 21 security cooperation competencies, including five core competencies...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Workforce development; Skills and knowledge; Employment

Keywords: Workplace change; Workforce planning; Competency standard; Career planning

Geographic subjects: North America; United States

Published: Santa Monica, California: RAND, 2018

Physical description: xxxvi, 197 p.

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ISBN: 9780833099822; 0833099825

Statement of responsibility: M. Wade Markel, Jefferson P. Marquis, Peter Schirmer, Sean Robson, Lisa Saum-Manning, Katherine Hastings, Katharina Ley Best, Christina Panis, Alyssa Ramos, Barbara Bicksler

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 131.859

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