RAND

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    RAND is a nonprofit company that helps improve policy and decisionmaking through research and analysis. The company focuses on such industries as health, education, national security, international affairs, law and business, and the environment. It aims to expand its capabilities in research solutions development.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1994
    Websiterand.org
    Employee Ratings4
    Culture scoreB-

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Mar 2020)2,372

    Key People/Management at RAND

    Kenneth R. Feinberg

    Kenneth R. Feinberg

    Board Member
    Michael D. Rich

    Michael D. Rich

    President and Chief Executive Officer
    Jennifer Gould

    Jennifer Gould

    Chief of Staff to the President and CEO
    Robert Michael Case

    Robert Michael Case

    Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary
    Mike Januzik

    Mike Januzik

    Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
    Hans Pung

    Hans Pung

    President, RAND Europe
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    RAND Office Locations

    RAND has offices in Arlington, Boston, New Orleans, Pittsburgh and in 5 other locations
    Griffith, AU
    1 Franklin St
    Bruxelles, BE
    Rue de la Loi 82
    Cambridge, GB
    1-7 Westbrook Dr
    Arlington, US
    1200 S Hayes St
    Boston, US
    20 Park Plaza 9th Floor Suite 920
    New Orleans, US
    650 Poydras St #1400
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    RAND Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1994
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    RAND Online and Social Media Presence

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    RAND Company Culture

    • Overall Culture

      B-

      70/100

    • CEO Rating

      F

      55/100

    • Compensation

      A+

      100/100

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    RAND Blogs

    Force Planning in the New Era of Strategic Competition

    If the United States means to take a return to strategic competition seriously, force planning must evolve beyond the post–Cold War approach of designing forces and capabilities. A new framework would enable users to test their intuition and identify areas of advantage while avoiding the risk of per…

    Beyond Bans: How Cannabis Policy Reform Can Reduce Vaping-Related Illnesses

    Policymakers can wield a multitude of tools to address vaping-related illness. Cannabis policy reform is one option. But policymakers may face challenges in balancing comprehensive regulatory design that promotes product safety with its potential to bolster the illegal and unregulated market.

    COVID-19 and the Economy, America's Blood Supply, 10 Years of the ACA: RAND Weekly Recap

    This weekly recap focuses on COVID-19 and the economy, strengthening the U.S. blood supply, 10 years of the Affordable Care Act, and more.

    Indications of Institutional Inertia: The FY2021 USMC Budget

    There is a precipice at Camp Pendleton that looms large in the minds of Marines. The Grim Reaper is a 700 foot tall series of hills that recruits must summit to graduate from boot camp. As the Marine Corps attempts to transform itself from a second land army and counterinsurgency force to operate wi…

    COVID-19 Impacts on Strategic Dynamics in the Middle East

    The most significant global crisis of our generation is sure to have transformational effects on every state and society in the world, and the Middle East is no exception. But it is unlikely that the COVID-19 crisis will lead to new regional strategic dynamics that were not already underway. Indeed,…

    The Economic Wallop of COVID-19: Q&A with RAND Experts

    As Washington continues to weigh economic responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, here are insights from RAND experts on how aid money might be best allocated, how this crisis compares to the 2008 recession, what business communities can do right now, and more.
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    RAND Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was RAND founded?

      RAND was founded in 1994.

    • Who are RAND key executives?

      RAND's key executives are Kenneth R. Feinberg, Michael D. Rich and Jennifer Gould.

    • How many employees does RAND have?

      RAND has 2,372 employees.

    • Who are RAND competitors?

      Competitors of RAND include Silverdale Chamber of Commerce, Citigate Dewe Rogerson and Mountain View Chamber of Commerce.

    • Where are RAND offices?

      RAND has offices in Arlington, Boston, New Orleans, Pittsburgh and in 5 other locations.

    • How many offices does RAND have?

      RAND has 9 offices.