About Homeland Security
Econometrica provides high-quality project management and cost-effective analyses, modeling, and economic evaluations to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and several of its Operational and Support Components. Our approach to project management begins with client relationships. We ensure DHS becomes an integral part of the project team so that emphasis is given to its unique needs.
NPPD: Program and project planning and management support to the Infrastructure Security Compliance Division in implementing risk-based performance standards for the security of the Nation’s high-risk chemical facilities.
TSA: Economic analysis; technical writing and editing; regulatory evaluation and support for surface transportation and general aviation security rulemakings; GIS analysis of TSA’s Pre✓® Program; wage benchmarking and analysis of international wage rates for security and aviation workers.
CBP: Economic analysis of wait times at U.S. ports of entry; program evaluation of Centers of Excellence and Expertise; benefit–cost analyses of staffing resources for (1) trade facilitation and (2) enforcement of rules on import safety and intellectual property rights.Program; wage benchmarking and analysis of international wage rates for security and aviation workers.
ICE: Regulatory evaluation and small entity impact analysis of a rulemaking that would affect employers who receive Social Security Number No-Match Letters from the Internal Revenue Service.
USCG: Economic valuation of maritime delays and injuries; simulation model development; economic analysis of third-party organizations used for regulatory enforcement; facilitation of Ports and Waterways Safety Assessment Workshops; market analysis of oil spill removal organizations.
Administrative Support Services to Facilitate and Administer Ports and Waterways Safety Assessment (PAWSA) Workshops
Econometrica is assisting the USCG in facilitating and administering formalized Port and Waterways Safety Assessment (PAWSA) workshops for the ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach, CA, and Corpus Christi, TX.
Econometrica assisted USCG in valuing the benefits associated with marine safety and security improvements so that USCG might better assess the economic impact of its major regulatory initiatives.
Through a subcontract with CREATE (a university research consortium based at the University of Southern California), Econometrica provided research and analytical support to the CBP Office of Field Operations (OFO).
Econometrica assisted DHS in strengthening security at U.S. chemical facilities through partnerships with the chemical industry, State and local government entities, and other interested parties.
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Homeland Security Technical Capabilities
Program planning and evaluation
Regulatory and policy analysis
Business process assessment and improvement
Web-based business tools
Strategic planning and analysis
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