Although training is necessary to ensure the continual productivity of the U.S. Department of Defense civilian cyber workforce, simulations indicate that training without consideration of external pay opportunities could adversely affect retention.
Jul 15, 2022
Michael G. Mattock, Beth J. Asch, Avery Calkins, Daniel Schwam
Several U.S. Army resources and policies work together to produce recruits. The authors present a model—the Reserve Recruiting Resource Model—designed to optimize resources and policies to achieve future Army Reserve recruiting goals.
Jul 14, 2022
Bruce R. Orvis, Craig A. Bond, Daniel Schwam, Irineo Cabreros
This report is a compendium of expert insights regarding opportunities for investing in science and technology to increase U.S. ability to engage in long-term competition in undergoverned spaces.
Jul 13, 2022
Aaron B. Frank, Elizabeth M. Bartels, Adam R. Grissom, Jonathan S. Blake, Gabrielle Tarini, Kelly Elizabeth Eusebi, Joseph N. Mait, Elisa Jayne Bienenstock, Andrew M. Parker, Steven W. Popper, Paul K. Davis, Edward Geist, Ben Connable, Zev Winkelman, Robert L. Axtell, Justin Grana, Robert J. Lempert, Kelly Klima, Sara Turner, James R. Watson, Michael J. Gaines, Yuna Huh Wong, Jasmin Léveillé, Timothy Marler, Aaron B. Frank, Elizabeth M. Bartels
Microsimulation (Future Adult Model) predicted 30-year improved diet quality impacts across 12 demographic groups. Diet improvement reduced prevalence of heart disease by 7.6% to 13.8% across groups and reduced healthcare costs by $10B in year 30.
Microsimulation (Future Adult Model) predicted 30-year US population changes from improved diet quality. Diet improvement reduced prevalence of diabetes, heart disease and stroke by 11%, 7%, and 10%, and reduced healthcare costs by $144B in year 30.
Jul 12, 2022
Patricia M. Herman, PhuongGiang Nguyen, Roland Sturm
To obtain a national picture of U.S. superintendents' job satisfaction and intentions to remain in their position, researchers surveyed a nationally representative sample of 222 superintendents in the American School District Panel in spring 2022.
This report provides technical information about the spring 2022 survey of the American School District Panel. The authors describe the survey administration and weighting processes they used to produce nationally representative estimates.
Jul 12, 2022
David Grant, Claude Messan Setodji, Gerald P. Hunter, Melissa Kay Diliberti
This tool allows users to compare superintendents' responses to the final section of the spring 2022 survey. Charts display results for all respondents and by district type, locale, student race and ethnicity, and district poverty level.
Jul 12, 2022
Gerald P. Hunter, Melissa Kay Diliberti, Heather L. Schwartz
This report describes what is meant by safe firearm storage, provides estimates of U.S. gun owners' storage practices from representative surveys, and presents research on the effectiveness of interventions to change such practices.
Features explore environmental racism; the economic value to the UK of improving languages education in schools; and causes of civilian harm in Raqqa, Syria, and ways to reduce civilian casualties in current and future military operations.
In connection with the APA's Advisory Committee for Measurement-based Care and the Mental and Behavioral Health Registry, this article provides support for the development and implementation of a measurement-based care professional practice guideline.
Jul 8, 2022
James F. Boswell, Kimberly A. Hepner, Kathleen Lysell, Nan Rothrock, Nick Bott, Amber W. Childs, Susan Douglas, Nicole Owings-Fonner, C. Vaile Wright, Kari A. Stephens, David E. Bard, Syed Aajmain, Bruce L. Bobbitt
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data show a statistically significant increase in depressive symptoms from 2005/2006 to 2007/2008 (the beginning of the Great Recession), but there were no significant or consistent changes after 2007/2008.
During the Great Recession, American diets became more consistent with Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommendations, possibly because of a shift toward food prepared at home instead of prepared food bought away from home.
This interactive tool uses a dynamic forecasting model to project future demand for U.S. ground forces. The resulting forecasts can help inform U.S. military decisions regarding future force planning, posture, and investments.
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