For many years after it was published in 1955, RAND's best-selling book was A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates. It became a standard reference for engineers, statisticians, physicists, pollsters, market analysts, and lottery officials.
Congressional Relations at RAND
RAND Congressional Resources offers an easy way for policymakers to access research and analysis that is relevant to current Congressional agendas. You will find:
- Guide to the RAND Corporation: A Resource for Lawmakers
- Testimony by RAND staff
- Summaries of upcoming and past Briefings to Congress
- Easy-to-read Newsletters on topics such as child policy, health, education, national security, terrorism, and more.
- A comprehensive Public Policy Experts Guide