A Legal Guide to Homeland Security and Emergency Management for State and Local Governments

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American Bar Association, 2005 - Law - 283 pages
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This book provides a number of windows into homeland security and emergency management law - covering both the basic structure of the homeland security and emergency management system and presenting detailed analysis of specific areas (such as applying for federal preparedness funds, negotiating intergovernmental agreements, applying for disaster assistance, and managing the impact of catastrophic events).
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
An Approach to Representing Clients on Homeland Security
7
Chapter
13
Financing of Security Measures
26
Lessons for Other Types of GovernmentOperated Infrastructure
32
Chapter 3
47
Notes
55
Legal Issues in Developing Medical Surge Capacity
62
Military Responses for Civil Incidents and Limitations
156
The Need for Intergovernmental Cooperation
163
Other Methods of Intergovernmental Cooperation
182
Notes
188
Chapter 10
201
Media Considerations in Donations Management
207
Other Donations Management Issues
211
Legal Background
217

Conclusion
71
Chapter 5
79
Homeland Security Land Use Procedural Issues
91
Notes
101
The Future of Preparedness Funding
120
Chapter 7
139
Notes
146
Federal Assistance to Individuals and Households Program
228
Chapter 12
235
Enhanced Authority for the Private Sector
242
Chapter 13
249
Notes
255
Index
277
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