The Accountability Dilemma in the Network Centric Era

@inproceedings{Kohn2012TheAD,
  title={The Accountability Dilemma in the Network Centric Era},
  author={Elizabeth Kohn and Alexander Kalloniatis and Irena Ali},
  year={2012}
}
How do Defence Forces operating in complex networked environments maintain accountability? In Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom debates have swirled about the ‘diffuse’ nature of decision-making in this ‘network centric era’ and absence of a single point of accountability, particularly for procurement (e.g. the Black Review in Australia, and the Gray Report in the United Kingdom). Concerns are felt by military officers who need to balance agility with accountability of decisions. The… CONTINUE READING

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