Supply Chain Management

A supply chain is the network of organizations—be they military, government, or private sector—involved in creating and delivering a product or service to a customer or consumer. RAND research on the management of supply chains has focused on both the efficiency and the security of civilian and military supply chains, with reports covering freight modernization, rail capacity and security, fuel taxes, and container inspection at ports.

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    Daniel M. Romano

    Senior Technical Analyst
    Education M.B.A in business administration, George Mason University; M.S. in logistics management, Air Force Institute of Technology

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    Evan Saltzman

    Adjunct Technical Analyst
    Education Ph.D. in managerial science and applied economics, University of Pennsylvania; M.S. in health care management, University of Pennsylvania; M.S. in operations research, Georgia Institute of Technology; B.S. in economics, College of William & Mary; B.S. in mathematics, College of William & Mary

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    Emma Westerman

    Director, Acquisition and Development Program, Homeland Security Operational Analysis Center (HSOAC); Mathematician
    Education M.S. in mathematics and statistics, Georgetown University; B.S. in mathematics and statistics, Carnegie Mellon University; B.A. in philosophy, Carnegie Mellon University