Multi-Division Research Centers and Projects
Drug Policy Research Center
A joint center—co-sponsored by RAND Health and RAND Justice, Infrastructure, and Environment—designed to provide a firm, empirical foundation on which sound drug policies can be built.
Homeland Security and Defense Center
This joint center—co-sponsored by RAND Justice, Infrastructure, and Environment and the RAND National Security Research Division—is dedicated to helping RAND better serve clients from both the domestic and national security communities.
Military Health Policy Research
More than 9 million active duty, Reserve, and retired military personnel along with their dependents are eligible to receive health care through the U.S. Department of Defense's (DoD's) Military Health System. In addition, nearly 6 million veterans receive health care benefits and services from the Veterans Health Administration. The goal of RAND's military health research—conducted by RAND Health, the RAND Arroyo Center, and the RAND National Defense Research Institute—is to help the DoD and VA meet the challenges of providing the best care possible to this diverse population, while containing costs.
Resilience in Action
Resilient communities withstand and recover from disasters. They also learn from past disasters to strengthen future recovery efforts. The Resilience in Action website offers toolkits, training, multimedia, newsletters, and other resources to help communities build and strengthen their resilience.
Center for Terrorism Risk Management Policy
A joint center—co-sponsored by RAND Infrastructure, Safety, and Environment and the RAND Institute for Civil Justice (now RAND Justice, Infrastructure, and Environment), as well as and Risk Management Solutions—to study terrorism risk management, insurance, liability, and compensation, and to inform public and private decisionmakers on economic security in the face of the terrorism threat.