Assemble's plans flow from the precepts below, which we have developed and articulated based on our service in government and the private sector in the wake of 9/11 and other catastrophes.
Most of the experts who can identify, evaluate, and prioritize risks are in position today. The challenge is making sure they’re heard and that their recommendations can be thoughtfully considered, modified, and acted upon.
The government doesn't need to create new bureaucracies. We do need better coordination, smarter planning, and sufficient resources.
Innovators and industry need to design more, build more, and create more here at home. That means new tools and techniques, and more ways for innovators to engage.
States, counties, and cities, and the private sector, are critical participants. They need access to data, funding, and innovators.