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Rebuilding The Big Easy

Written by  GARY HIGGINS March 10, 2014

While there has been significant progress in the reconstruction effort, the amount of work left to do is astounding. To date, a major challenge to reconstruction is coordinating the efforts of groups in the private and public sectors involved in the process, as well as creating a centralized authority for re-development project oversight. An effective recovery effort hinges upon project coordination brought about through the creation of a centralized governing body with project oversight and progress monitoring as their sole priority. From a human perspective, gaining consensus in standard protocol is one barrier to complete collaboration in the reconstruction effort; however, from a logistical perspective, technology holds great promise

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