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March 20, 2013

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RAND.org's Redesign: New Homepage and Navigation Optimization for All Devices

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I'll bet you already know that RAND focuses on challenging long-term public policy issues. As a nonprofit and nonpartisan research institution, we help improve policy and decisionmaking through research and analysis.

What you might not know is that on Monday we released a major redesign of our website which now makes it easier than ever to explore and access our policy insights. It is my pleasure today to introduce you to the new RAND.org.

RAND.org has been reimagined to make high quality research and insights more accessible to Hill staff like you. The new homepage and updated navigation optimize content delivery for your preferred device and place our most timely content at your fingertips. It is also easier than ever to explore our extensive catalog of free online research reports, policy commentary, videos, and briefings. The streamlined content presentation means you'll be able to quickly access critical findings and policy recommendations on the public policy challenges you care about most.

Welcome, and have fun exploring the new site. And remember, if you find something of interest there and want to know more, we here at RAND's Office of Congressional Relations (OCR) can always help arrange a phone call, meeting, or briefing with our analysts for a deeper dive into a particular issue.

Thank you,

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