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In times of natural disaster, conflict or unrest, security has primarily been used as a temporary method to stabilize an area to allow for the resumption of basic services, commerce, etc. Security methods are the fastest and most apparent support that can be provided and produces immediate tangible results. But this method of stabilization is extremely expensive and often leaves the local populace upset about their treatment and the end condition of the surroundings.

It is becoming more and more apparent that the expertise and skills that are needed must go beyond just providing security. After basic security has been achieved, the deeper need is to focus on creating a more stable and sustainable social and economic environment for the population. Lasting and self-sustaining stabilization has become an important part of international business development and governmental interaction.

CSI has an expansive network of men and women with vast experience in providing stabilization support in difficult and even hostile environments. We understand the role of security - its strengths and its limitations. Where security stops, CSI’s work begins. Our team takes on the deeper, more complex challenge to eliminate conflicts and strife between the client (governments / businesses / organizations) and the local populace.

At CSI we believe in a compassionate and less invasive way to achieve stabilization by using Stability Operations, Civil Sector Reform, and Corporate Social Responsibility. So before you consider your stabilization needs, take a moment to think beyond security. Let the team at CSI introduce you to our innovative approach toward lasting, sustained stability and our vast array of services.

View some of our services below.


Expertise That Matters Most

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High/Low Risk Civil Assessments

For clients who want to make the first step and develop a more comprehensive understanding of the challenges they may be facing and develop stability solutions.

Humanitarian Assistance (HA)

Coordination and distribution plans for the most urgent humanitarian needs… food, water and medicine.

Disaster Relief Coordination (DRC)

Taking International relief efforts and maximizing their impact through logistical support and coordination.

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Pre & Post Conflict Civil Consequence Management

Providing actionable preplanning as well as response plans for natural disasters and conflict.

Counter Insurgency by means of Civil Affairs

Developing alternative productive livelihoods that promote positive change.

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Rule of Law, Good Governance

Making common understanding of community standards work for the benefit of all.

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Economics and Finance

Encouraging a self-sustaining economy, creating economic opportunities.

Populace/Resource Control

The benefits of integrating local labor and resources

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NGO Coordination

Reducing tension by creating confidence and demonstrating a plan for success

Manage/Resettle Dislocated Civilians

Moving dislocated civilians to areas of stable support

Support for foreign displaced civilians (Refugees)

Managing an influx of displaced populace into a host nation

Civic Action Programs (CAPs)

Providing clients the tools to be a positive influence for communities and populations

Foreign Nation Support (FNS)

Providing Civil Affairs and Civil Military support during times of war

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Civil Defense Coordination

Coordinating and assisting with Civil Defense activities

Technical Assistance Operations

Technological Experts and Support Specialists

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Civil Information Management

Collecting and managing data within the area of operation

Youth/Women Epowerment

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Female Engagement Teams

A small group of women advisers and liaisons uniquely poised to cut through cultural sensitivities surrounding gender.

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