It’s now more critical than ever in history that public-private sector collaboration is needed to improve the effectiveness of an organization’s preparedness in the future, specifically the ability to verify our operational readiness in the event of a significant disruptive event. The public sector has different approaches and procedures to resolve disruptions and organizational structures. This can result in preventing creativity or discouraging individuals from taking the initiative to develop a new paradigm to solving today’s threats and mitigating the risks we face. On the other side, the private sector is encouraged to be innovative and seek more creative solutions.…
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