For Immediate Release
Press Contact: Robert Edson
Arlington, VA – ANSER Senior Analyst Larry Turner recently authored an article on the utility of using ForcePRO as a tool for deploying force protection resources. Mr. Turner is currently supporting ANSER’s Mission Assurance group. The article, Selecting Security Countermeasures: Air Force Risk Management Decision Support with ForcePRO was published in the May edition of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Antiterrorism Journal, The Guardian. Specifically, the piece speaks to: ForcePRO’s ability to reduce redundancy in the decision making process; its applicability to Design Basis Threat calculations; its role in the Air Force’s strategic Integrated Risk Management Process; and its power to assist commanders in connecting risk management to security planning.
“This assessment of the Air Force risk management processes and the ForcePRO tool is another example of the analysis and decision support that ANSER completes to address our clients’ security challenges. Through our work with Air Force Security Forces, Army Office of the Provost Marshal General, Pentagon Force Protection Agency, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, we’re training personnel, analyzing complex problems, and informing critical decisions related to risk management, resilience engineering, and mission assurance,” said Robert Edson, Analytic Services Vice President of Enterprise Development.
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Analytic Services is a not-for-profit public service institute dedicated to informing decisions that shape the Nation’s future. We provide objective studies and analyses for issues concerning national and homeland security, and to select public policy communities. Capabilities are delivered through our ANSER operating unit, the Applied Systems Thinking (ASysT) Institute, and the Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute, a federally funded research and development center, operated on behalf of the Department of Homeland Security.