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WEEK 4: INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT REPORT MGMT 670 SPRING 2019 25, 2019
P a g e | 1 To start off this paper in regards to Internal Environment Report one has to identify the Organizations VMO or the Vision, Mission and Objectives, which are the following: USASAC's mission statement is: “ USASAC leads the AMC Security Assistance Enterprise; develops and manages security assistance programs and foreign military sales cases to build partner capacity, support COCOM engagement strategies and strength U.S. Global partnerships (Bertsch, 2017).” USASAC’s vision statement is: “USASAC's vision statement is: The Premier Security Assistance Enterprise in the Department of Defense. A highly professional, skilled, and values-based workforce that generates trust in advancing U.S. strategic partnerships through exceptional security assistance and FMS programs (Bertsch, 2017).” Both USASAC and ACC are subordinate commands of the Army Materiel Command (AMC) and operate in concert with one another to successfully accomplish the FMS mission. USASAC works with ACC contracting organizations to contract for goods and services for its FMS mission. Such good and services include, but are not limited to, aircraft, missiles, tanks, wheeled vehicles, weapons systems, ammunition and training services (Bertsch, 2017). USASAC or the United States Army Security Assistance Command mission statement should be built off what the organizations
P a g e | 2 distinctive competencies are. A distinctive core competency is a competitively superior company resource that the company performs well in comparison to its competitors. It needs to stay focused on specific traits (i.e., quality, customer service) and on target or niche markets. In such case USASAC’s core competencies include: 1. Case Development 2. Case Execution 3. Case Closure 4. Customer and marketplace focus variation in what foreign partnership may need 5. Organizational and people dependent which is highly needed in order complete the work within a given timeframe. SWOT Analysis is defined as a framework used to evaluate a company's competitive position by identifying its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Specifically, SWOT analysis is a foundational assessment model that measures what an organization can and cannot do, and its potential opportunities and threats. SWOT analysis is a basic, analytical framework that assesses what an entity — usually a business, though it can be a place, industry or product — can and cannot do, for factors both internal and external. Using environmental data to evaluate the position of a company, a SWOT analysis determines what assists the firm in accomplishing its objectives, and what obstacles it must overcome or minimize to achieve desired results: where the organization is today, and where it may go (Kenton, 2019).

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