Innovation for Resilience

A Focused Study on Workforce, Climate, Supply Chain, and Cyber Resilience

While there is increasing knowledge that resilience is important for mitigating emerging risks with greater agility, its practical implications, associated costs, and needed reforms are not as clearly understood. The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) engaged in a year-long study on how the U.S. government can most effectively support public and private sector initiatives aimed at improving national resilience in the following focus areas: workforce, climate, supply chain, and cyber resilience.  

This has been a joint project involving the CSIS International Security Program, Diversity and Leadership in International Affairs Program, Energy Security and Climate Change Program, and Strategic Technologies Program.  

This report is made possible by the generous support of Deloitte Consulting LLP.

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Suzanne Spaulding
Director, Defending Democratic Institutions, and Senior Adviser, Homeland Security, International Security Program
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Emily Harding
Director, Intelligence, National Security, and Technology Program and Deputy Director, International Security Program
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Hadeil Ali
Director and Fellow, Diversity and Leadership in International Affairs Project
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Joseph Majkut
Director, Energy Security and Climate Change Program
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Harshana Ghoorhoo

Harshana Ghoorhoo

Former Research Assistant, International Security Program
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Morgan Higman

Morgan Higman

Former Fellow, Energy Security and Climate Change Program

Devi Nair

Former Associate Director and Associate Fellow, International Security Program
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Naz Subah

Naz Subah

Former Program Manager, Diversity and Leadership in International Affairs Project

Sophia Barkoff

Former Intern, International Security Program