Combined Arms Consulting
Project AdvisorBrown, William
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The Bush School of Government and Public Service graduate students at Texas A&M University worked with Combined Arms, Houston, from September 2019 through April 2020 to provide research-driven recommendations to substantiate the service model and facilitate expansion. The report consists of three components. First is a case summary that provides an objective assessment of the Combined Arms veteran service model, substantiated with academic literature, interviews with member organization, and the Combined Arms leadership team.Section two provides a detailed analysis of the services Combined Arms offers to the member organizations and explores which are perceived as the most beneficial. The report also investigates how Combined Arms’ 2019 budget aligns with the services that are valued by the member organizations. Section three provides information on veterans and the services available to veterans in Dallas, Tarrant, and Bexar counties as an initial exploration of the expansion opportunities in these regions.
DepartmentPublic Service and Administration
Ruelas, Samantha; McKenzie, James; Byrum, Joseph; Sawyer, Blake; Seekatz, Morgan; Gjesdal, Nethaniel; Kim, Dohun; Deupree, Zane (2020). Combined Arms Consulting. Available electronically from
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