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FBI Strategic Shifts

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FBI Strategic Shifts (pdf)

The FBI Strategic Shifts describe the strategic changes the Bureau works toward in order to achieve its vision. The graphic’s left column indicates the past or present Bureau. The middle column indicates the areas of emphasis. The right column indicates the Bureau’s vision for the next three to five years. 

Focus: from case-driven to intelligence-driven, threat-focused;

Measurement of Success: from activity-based to impact-based;

Information Sharing: from “share; and restrict what you must” to timely, secure, and relevant sharing;

Intelligence Community: from partner to domestic leader;

Scope: from global presence to global impact;

Leadership: from tactical to strategy drives tactics;

Internal & External Communications: from unfocused and uncoordinated to focused and coordinated;

Organization: from program-focused to integrated teams;

Human Capital: from process-focused to workforce development focus;

Workforce Culture: from value based on role to value based on contribution;

Information Technology: from disparate IT systems to integrated IT solutions;

Resource Management: from budget drives strategy to strategy drives resources.


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