Civilian Post-Deployment Reintegration: A Review and Analysis of Practices Across U.S. Federal Agencies
In the past two decades, the United States has deployed a high number of U.S. federal government civilians to high-threat environments. Past findings point to a likely need for civilian post-deployment reintegration support. However, until now, a descriptive account of such support has been lacking. In this report, the authors present assessments of federal agencies' practices to reintegrate civilians following a deployment to high-threat areas.