Public risk pools and their respective member organizations continue to face critical challenges. In addition to financial pressures, they deal with significant risks and exposures, and must design emergency-response plans for potential disasters like the terrorism attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 or Hurricane Katrina.

As a result, public entities are striving toward a new vision for risk management programs and have begun to embrace innovative best practices that both transform old processes and support emerging program needs.

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