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Co-Lead: Mr. Arch Turner, NSRACoP@gmail.com
Co-Lead: Dr. Barry Ezell, firstname.lastname@example.org
The overarching purpose of the CoP is to enhance the quality of risk analysis used to inform U.S. National Security decision making by providing CoP members a forum for:
CoP sessions will feature national security and risk analysis subject matter expert speakers and topical discussions as recommended by CoP participants. The CoP will focus initially on reviewing and extending the knowledge developed and the findings of the October 2014 MORS/SARMA Workshop. CoP efforts will be directed so as to ultimately contribute to the goal of developing, producing and maintaining a National Security Risk Analysis Body of Knowledge (NSRABoK). The NSRABoK will be a “living document” that will be valuable resource for the national security risk analysis community. It will include a compilation of information regarding important national security risk analysis components including, but not limited to:
Established: Summer 2015
Meeting Frequency: Monthly
Ms. Liz Marriot
Manager, Professional Development
Individuals interested in participating in the MORS National Security Risk Analysis Community of Practice are encouraged to contact Arch Turner at email@example.com or NSRACoP@gmail.com, or 202 254 6628. Please use this same contact information to submit inputs or your suggestions regarding CoP activities and subject matter and, or to share relevant materials. Your inputs are most welcome and will be appreciated and greatly valued.
CoP Introduction Letter
Stu T. Evenhaugen PresentationDr. Daniel T. Maxwell PresentationDr. Ernest Forman PresentationDr. Barry Ezell PresentationMazarr Fixes for Risk AssessmentNational Security DefinitionsDaniel Olsher PresentationWhat is National Security?Professor Haimes's Presentation