Applying Strategic Risk Management at the Department of Homeland Security

Applying Strategic Risk Management at the Department of Homeland Security

Veronique de Rugy | Aug 28, 2009

In this publication, Veronique de Rugy presents a case example of how government can link strategic risk management to resource allocation. Dr. de Rugy uses port security as an example of how strategic risk management can be used to analyze threats to the nation, develop scenarios, pose key questions, and develop resource allocation options. To illustrate the potential of strategic risk management, she presents three resource allocation options as to how the federal government might reallocate its present resources to more cost-effectively respond to security threats to the nation based on risk analysis.

Citation (Chicago Style)

de Rugy, Veronique. "Applying Strategic Risk Management to Allocating Resources for Homeland Security: A Case Example of Port Security" in Strategic Risk Management in Government: A Look at Homeland Security. Washington, DC: IBM Center for The Business of Government, 2009.

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