CREATE’s research framework extends fundamental and applied knowledge in significant new ways by integrating multidisciplinary advances in four research areas:
The Research and Analysis Framework of CREATE
CREATE’s framework accounts for the important feedback role that open knowledge of risk management resource allocation decisions have interdicting terrorism and mitigating natural disasters as well as being resilient to events that do take place. It also explicitly accounts for the impact on the public’s risk perception of risk management effectiveness, and the impact of how threats, risks and consequences are communicated. The result is a risk management framework with policy impact applicability across the breadth of an all-hazards DHS.
In addition to conducting research, CREATE strongly supports the transition of research results to operational units in the form of user-driven models, tools and enhanced capabilities through its E2E research transition model project. E2E, variously known as End-to-End, Excellence-to-Enterprise, Engage-to-Excel, etc., supports all research areas, as well as the Education program, developing software products, professional training support and executive education transitioned/delivered to the DHS enterprise.Sample Text