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    RAND Corporation is a nonprofit company that helps improve policy and decisionmaking through research and analysis. It focuses on such industries as health, education, national security, international affairs, law and business, and the environment. The company aims to expand its capabilities in research solutions development.
    HQSanta Monica, CA, US
    Employee Ratings3.7
    Overall CultureA-

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    Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)2,391
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    Key People/Management at RAND

    Michael D. Rich

    Michael D. Rich

    President and Chief Executive Officer
    Mike Januzik

    Mike Januzik

    Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
    Brandon Baker

    Brandon Baker

    Vice President, Development
    Jennifer Gould

    Jennifer Gould

    Vice President, Chief of Staff
    Eric Peltz

    Eric Peltz

    Senior Vice President, Finance and Operations
    V. Darleen Opfer

    V. Darleen Opfer

    Vice President and Director, RAND Education and Labor
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    RAND Office Locations

    RAND has offices in Santa Monica, Arlington, Boston, Pittsburgh and in 3 other locations
    Santa Monica, CA, US (HQ)
    1776 Main St
    Arlington, VA, US
    1100 S Hayes St Space H25
    Boston, MA, US
    20 Park Plaza 9th Floor Suite 920
    Pittsburgh, PA, US
    4570 Fifth Ave #600
    Griffith, AU
    11 Palmerston Ln
    Bruxelles, BE
    Rue de la Loi 82
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    RAND Financials and Metrics

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    Apr, 2021

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    RAND Blogs

    The Uyghurs, Getting the World Vaccinated, Policing in America: RAND Weekly Recap

    This weekly recap focuses on China's disappeared Uyghurs, how the United States can help get the rest of the world vaccinated, what's next for policing in America, and more.

    Biden's North Korea Policy Review Is Sparse on Details. Here's One Interpretation

    The Biden administration recently completed its North Korea policy review. Details have been sparse, but based on prior U.S. dealings with the Kims, some informed guesses about Washington's approach towards Pyongyang under the new administration can be had. Here's one.

    China Has Lost the Philippines Despite Duterte's Best Efforts

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has time and again underscored his anti-U.S. and pro-Chinese orientation. Duterte now recognizes, in spite of his continued rhetoric to the contrary, that China is no friend.

    Australian and U.S. Military Health Professionals Can Help Address Pacific Island Needs

    Australia and the United States can combine their military health capabilities to help improve the long-term health security of Pacific island countries. These partnerships should be carefully planned and focus on enduring engagement.

    The American Rescue Plan Is a Chance to Support Students with Disabilities. Here Are Some Investments Worth Considering

    National surveys of K–12 teachers provide insight into challenges for effectively educating students with disabilities during the pandemic and beyond. Understanding these challenges can help identify important funding options to address gaps.

    American Views on COVID-19 Health Risks, School and Economy Reopening

    Much of the discussion about opening schools and the economy has focused on the educational and economic effects that closures may have on the most vulnerable groups. But some of these groups still remain wary of the increased health risks of opening.
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    RAND Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was RAND founded?

      RAND was founded in 1948.

    • Who are RAND key executives?

      RAND's key executives are Michael D. Rich, Mike Januzik and Brandon Baker.

    • How many employees does RAND have?

      RAND has 2,391 employees.

    • Who are RAND competitors?

      Competitors of RAND include American Institutes for Research, MITRE and CableLabs.

    • Where is RAND headquarters?

      RAND headquarters is located at 1776 Main St, Santa Monica.

    • Where are RAND offices?

      RAND has offices in Santa Monica, Arlington, Boston, Pittsburgh and in 3 other locations.

    • How many offices does RAND have?

      RAND has 7 offices.