The overarching goal of Federal Re-engineering is to build an agile, integrated and innovative federal policing program capable of efficiently and effectively addressing operational priorities.
The initiative has four key objectives:
This initiative was formally launched in August 2011.
This initiative was launched as the result of a “current state” assessment of the federal policing program.
There were no significant set-up costs associated with this initiative. A small group of employees were redeployed to carry out core change and project management functions.
This initiative is still ongoing. To date, it has largely involved a phased-in approach, but with an aggressive timeline.
As indicated above, this initiative is still ongoing. Improvements to date consist of: a 20% cost reduction in headquarters operations for federal policing; the elimination of silos, an integrated approach to prioritizing threats and allocating resources, greater information sharing, a more unified federal policing program, and operational successes.
Purpose: The Federal Re-engineering initiative's goal is to build an agile, integrated and innovative federal policing program capable of efficiently and effectively addressing operational priorities.More broadly, Federal Re-engineering is about redesigning how we do business such that we are more flexible and adaptive in terms of responding to threats. This does not mean eliminating expertise or the core areas of our work. It means: