The Civilian Response Corps has a website: http://www.civilianresponsecorps.gov/. From the about page:
The Civilian Response Corps is a group of civilian federal employees who are specially trained and equipped to deploy rapidly to provide reconstruction and stabilization assistance to countries in crisis or emerging from conflict. The Corps leverages the diverse talents, expertise, and technical skills of members from nine federal departments and agencies for conflict prevention and stabilization.
We are diplomats, development specialists, public health officials, law enforcement and corrections officers, engineers, economists, lawyers and others who help fragile states restore stability and rule of law and achieve economic recovery as quickly as possible.
Visit the site and check it out. See the below links for previous discussions on CRC and the State Department Coordinator for Reconstruction & Stabilization (S/CRS):
- Revisiting the Civilian Response Corps – 11 January 2011
- President’s Civil Response Corps – 25 January 2007
- On CSIS’s update on the Civilian Response Corps – 2 April 2007
- In-Sourcing Stabilization and Reconstruction – 3 January 2008
- Secretaries of State and Defense on S/CRS – 17 April 2008