Much like most countries, Pakistan’s National Assembly drafts and enacts legislations related to maintaining law and order, national security and counter terrorism. As with most countries, Pakistan’s laws are nothing more than words on a piece of paper, or repetition of existing laws that were never fully implemented in letter and spirit. Either way, a waste to taxpayers, a drain on the business of government and a weak answer to national problems.
CommandEleven’s policy analysts are continuously monitoring the activities of the parliament in relation to national security related legislations. Our analysts define the scope of the existing legislations to determine whether there is a need to enhance or draft new laws. Once our analysts make that determination, they analyze the legislation based on the following standards:
Effectiveness – How effective is the policy to solve the problem?
Efficiency – How efficiently will it solve the problem?
Unintended Effects – What are the unintended effects of this policy?
Equity – What are the effects of this policy on different groups?
Ethical Considerations – Is it ethically sound?
Alternative Methodologies – How good are potential alternatives to the legislation?
Cost of Implementation – What is the financial cost and timeline for complete implementation?
Feasibility of Success – Can the policy actually be implemented as drafted?
Stakeholder Acceptability – Do all the relevant stakeholders accept the policy?
Using this model for our analysis, we are able to easily guide and advise government departments on the best legislations to produce results and impact on the daily lives of Pakistanis.
The CommandEleven process begins with national security related questions provided by the client.
Analyzed and assessed to find the most accurate, realistic position based on facts and available information.
Emerging from the research, a theory is planned and developed to answer the client’s questions.
Prep & Defend
Our analysts must defend their theory, research process and recommendations to the CommandEleven management.