The BORDERPOL Consultants Group provides consultative and educational support to government and industry. What makes our program unique compared to commercial consultancies, is that it is community sourced and peer managed. This attracts high levels of expertise to a program or project at reasonable costs due to low administrative costs associated with BORDERPOL's status as a registered non profit organization.
Our members are recognized experts who work with senior management to assess reorganization issues as whether to merge with similar agencies or enter into industry/private sector driven programs.
Our operations members examine the internal workings of an organization and find ways the client can reach operational goals by cutting costs, restructuring departments or allocating resources differently.
Our information-technology members help clients to choose, use or adopt new technologies. IT and OPS members may be teamed up on site to ensure their recommendations and changes are passed, which in turn ensures demonstrable success for the client organization.
As a member of the Consultants Group there are obvious benefits, including in-depth knowledge of companies and industries, prestige and good remuneration. It also demands dedication. Our members travel extensively, and meet with senior government policy makers and captains of industry. Do you want to visit London, Singapore or the Caribbean? As a BORDERPOL member you are likely to find yourself in these and many other locations.
At the Consultants Group we value business and quantitative skills, computer experience, and we are always looking for new members who are intelligent, analytical, articulate and flexible with a basic aptitude for business and are able to work in a professional environment that demands and rewards teamwork.
If you think you have got what it takes to be a member of Consultants Group you are invited to contact the Secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
General Secretariat P.O. Box 23029 Ottawa, ON Canada K2A 4E2
BORDERPOL or the World Border Organization as it is sometimes called is an international, independent, non-profit organization founded in 2003. It is the only global organization where its members are devoted to the betterment of the interdisciplinary border management community taking into account the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of border security and human mobility.