Predicting Threats using Data Analysis

Intelligence & Analysis

RMC’s Intelligence & Analysis Division provides our clients with the information and intelligence analysis, support, and training they need to accomplish their organizations’ operational, educational, risk assessment, and program management goals.

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Delivering Quality Intel Products for Mission Success

US Navy and USMC customers use RMC's products to standardize their risk assessment processes.

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RMC Intel & Analysis

Expertise

Intelligence Support to Operations

  • Support to Installation and Command Exercises
  • Support to Plans, Policies, and Procedures
  • Onsite Client Support

Threat and Hazard Analysis

  • Trend Analysis
  • Predictive Analysis

Knowledge Management

  • Process improvement
  • Develop content management
  • Technical solutions

Intelligence Training

  • Training Course and Training Program development
  • Management of training programs
  • Instruction of training course and programs

Case Study:

Customer Need:

In 2011, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps required a standardized process to determine the probability of occurrence of specific threats and hazards for all USMC-owned installations globally.

RMC Process:

RMC developed a detailed methodology and established the framework for a robust analytic process and report.  The solution was a repeatable, quantifiable, and reliable process know as the All Hazard Threat Assessment (AHTA).

Customer Satisfaction:

AHTAs have since been developed for the Marine Corps, Navy, and Joint Staff .  The methodology is considered the gold standard by which other DoD and government agencies' threat and hazard methodologies are based.

RMC Intel & Analysis All Hazard Threat Assessment

Division Leadership


Chad Cogan

Intelligence and Analysis Manager

Mr. Cogan has over 22 years of experience in military intelligence, counterterrorism, antiterrorism, force protection, and mission assurance disciplines, as both a uniformed Marine and civilian consultant, and is a subject matter expert (SME) on intelligence and threat information sharing processes within the CENTCOM, PACOM, EUCOM, and NORTHCOM AORs. He leads RMC’s Intelligence and Analysis Division, which provides threat and hazard analysis, intelligence operational support, training, and knowledge management to our customers. Since 2011, Mr. Cogan has led the creation, implementation, and management of the U.S. Marine Corps’ and U.S. Navy’s All Hazard Threat Assessment (AHTA) programs, developing or overseeing the development of over 100 All Hazard Threat Assessments for DoD installations globally. Due to his efforts and leadership in supporting RMC employees who are military veterans, RMC was recognized as a Patriotic Employer by the Office of Secretary of Defense, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).

 Mr. Cogan retired from the U.S. Marine Corps after 20 years of service and previously served as a national security and intelligence consultant to U.S. Central Command’s Terrorism and Illicit Activities Branch (CCJ2-JAT) and U.S. Marine Corps Forces Northern Command. Mr. Cogan has served as an Adjunct Professor for Tulane University’s Homeland Security Studies Program since January 2009, providing instruction in intelligence research, methods, and analysis and domestic and international terrorism.

 Mr. Cogan is a graduate of Tulane University and is a certificated Antiterrorism Officer and Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Intelligence Analyst.