The U.S. Coast Guard needs to do a better job of performing the risk analysis it uses to draft its budget and operational plans, says a recent report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). The Coast Guard uses its Maritime Security Risk Analysis Model (Msram) as its primary approach for assessing and managing security risks and, in general, meets federal requirements in making that assessment, GAO says in its November report. But the service still needs to make Msram ...
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