Using EPIC to Find Conflicts, Inconsistencies, and Gaps in Department of Defense Policies
The authors present a framework and methodology to identify the roles and responsibilities of those implementing Department of Defense policies and also potential conflicts, ambiguities, gaps, inconsistencies, and redundancies in those policies. They introduce a new software tool that automates one step of the methodology—EPIC—and demonstrate its use with three case studies to illustrate the technique and also the tool’s flexibility.
Subjects: Political Science, Technology
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