Redirecting capital control

Establishing an on-going agency to control, relative to present and projected data and fluctuating needs, the distribution and investment of surplus resources, including material, technical and human resources. The effect of redirected capital control is, through the proper management of capital investment, to assure the continued provision of products and services and to forge research in forecasted areas of human need.
An integral part of reallocating surplus resources by recasting the image of ownership from individual security to global stewardship.
Tactics include: control accountability to hold the agency or the controlling activity accountable to local man through grassroots representation, public hearings and consensus articulation; prioritized needs to use available data in relation to fluctuating needs and surpluses to arrive at recommendations for the engagement of those surpluses; interdisciplinary coordination to coordinate with other economic agencies the surplus resources usage for the sake of defining areas of jurisdiction and establishing needed timelines; comprehensive assignments to direct surplus resources, skills, leadership, and equipment into the economic system; and resources maintenance to ensure the availability of natural and technological resources for the present and future. For example, other economic spheres might direct a surplus profit from a manufacturing concern to a research centre assigned, staffed and equipped to apply its energy toward a cure for cancer.
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies