25. James ThomsonThomson was the president of the RAND Corporation and the chief executive officer between 1989 and 2011. He was a member of the RAND Corporation since 1989.
James served the RAND Corporation as the director in the program of research, defense, foreign policies, the national security, and in charge of the arms control. He was also the vice president of the air force.James Thomson served in the council of national security of the white house between the years 1977 to 1981. During this time, he was in charge of the control of arms and the department of defense.26. Albert Wohlstetter.Albert was a nuclear strategist with a controversial and influence during Cold War. He received a medal award in the year 1985 from the president (Ronald Reagan).
Albert worked in the RAND Corporation where he was writing books that circulated to the members of the organization. After that Albert, Wohlstetter worked in the department of mathematics as a consultant in the RAND Corporation.While at the RAND Corporation, Albert researched on how to operate the nuclear forces, which could prevent any probable costs that would be controllable and cost-effective.27.
Oliver WilliamsonOliver is a professor and American economist at California University. He won the Nobel Prize in economic science. Williamson has influenced debates within the private and public sectors on the gap between them.
This influence is brought by the differences that exist between the management of the non-marketing and marketing sectors.28. William WebsterWilliam is the chairperson of homeland security and a member of the advisory council.
He served as a federal judge before joining the FBI (Federal Bureau of investigation) as the director.William Webmaster has received several honor and awards due to his service. He received a grant from the Washington University, for his contribution towards the field of law between the year 1981 and 1981.