Combating Terrorism: How Prepared Are State and Local Response Organizations?
Rand Corporation, Nov 21, 2006 - Political Science - 196 pages
Organizations varied in how they financed these efforts-some increased internal spending or reallocated resources-and in receipt of external funding. ¥
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Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two Preparedness Activities
Chapter Three Organizations Views About Funding Needs and Relationships Between Perceived Threat Funding and Preparedness
Chapter Four Conclusions
Appendix A Comparison of Distribution of Funding and Support and Preparedness Activities
Appendix B Participation in Federally Sponsored Programs Since 911
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