Molly McIntosh is a senior economist at the RAND Corporation and associate director of the Forces and Resources Policy Center of the RAND National Security Research Division. Since joining RAND in 2019, McIntosh's research has focused on comparing compensation for DoD civilians and workers in the private sector; DoD cyber workload, the workforce, and compensation; and costing billets for large DoD organizations. Prior to joining RAND, McIntosh was Research Program Director of the Navy Compensation and Personnel Policy Program at CNA, which runs the U.S. Department of the Navy's FFRDC. At CNA, McIntosh led studies on a variety of military personnel issues, including the effectiveness of special and incentive pays, policies to address manning shortfalls, and drivers of officer and enlisted retention and performance. McIntosh also served as CNA's Scientific Analyst to Director, Military Personnel Plans and Policy Division, U.S. Navy and Field Representative to Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific. McIntosh has a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University and a B.A. in economics from University of California, Berkeley.
- Monetary and Non-Monetary Compensation for High-Value DoD Civilian Skill Sets
- Analyzing Compensation Strategies for Improving the Competitiveness of the DOD Cyber Excepted Service
- Calculating the Cost of Multiple-Billet DOD Organizations
- Support to the DoD Cyber Workforce Zero-Based Review
McIntosh, Molly, Patricia K. Tong, Hannah Acheson-Field, Noah Johnson, Norah Griffin, Josh Russell-Fritch, Monetary and non-monetary compensation for high-value DoD civilian skill sets (RR-A385-1) (forthcoming)