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HARTLEY CONSULTING
Solving
Complex Operational and Organizational Problems

PROJECT: Understanding the Consequences of Catastrophic Events:

Working Group 1

Dr. Dean S. Hartley III


Project Metadata Keywords
Label Name Other Year DurationYrs
Client MORS none NonProfit
Dates 2008 0.1
Employer Hartley Consulting
Partner N/A
Consequence Management
Data Verification & Validation
DIME/PMESII Modeling
Distributed analysis
Geopolitical analysis
Global War on Terrorism (GWOT)
Human factors
Human, Social, Cultural Behavior (HSCB) Modeling
Impact analysis
Irregular Warfare (IW)
Operations Other Than War (OOTW)
Stability Operations (SASO, SSTR)
Statistical inference
Verification, Validation & Accreditation (VV&A)

Challenge:

Conduct a thorough survey of current operations research models, simulations, techniques and methods for representing and analyzing, natural and man made disaster events, critical infrastructure, community recovery, exercise and training, planning, emergency management operations of first responders, managers and senior decision-makers, model development environments and use of models, simulations and simulators for emergency management training.

This challenge was presented to Working Group 1: "Benchmarking the Body of Knowledge" of the Military Operations Research Society (MORS) workshop entitled "Understanding the Consequences of Catastrophic Events" that was held at the VMASC, 18-20 November 2008.


Accomplishments:

Working Group 1 produced a report of its results. It also produced a list of tools, with descriptive metadata, that can be used to support CM.


Background:

For more on the details on MORS and its workshops see [external link].


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