The primary focus of research at RAND Corporation has been to apply tools from disciplines of risk and decision analysis to support risk management challenges salient to the national homeland security enterprise. Over the past year, this work has been directed towards three related efforts:
- Applying risk analysis to support intelligence analysis
- Comparing risks in the homeland security mission space
- Applied risk management and analysis
The results of this work have been disseminated through consultations with local, state, and federal homeland security professionals, leadership at DHS, and to the scholarly community through journal papers, book chapters, poster and oral presentations at conferences.
Willis, Henry H., "Using Risk Analysis to Manage Terrorism Risk" (2010). Research Project Summaries. Paper 5.