Combating Terrorism: Opportunities to Improve Domestic Preparedness Program Focus and Efficiency

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DIANE Publishing, 1999 - Political Science - 52 pages
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Page 41 - Mr. Richard Davis (Director, National Security Analysis National Security and International Affairs Division US General Accounting Office Washington, DC 20548 Dear Mr. Davis: This is the Department of Defense (DoD) response to the General Accounting Office (GAO) draft report, "COMBAT AIR POWER- REASSESSING PLANS TO MODERNIZE INTERDICTION CAPABILITIES COULD SAVE BILLIONS...
Page 41 - If you have any questions concerning the Department's comments, you may contact me on (202) 514-0469.
Page 26 - ... the International Association of Fire Chiefs, the International Association of Fire Fighters, the National Volunteer Fire Council, the...
Page 20 - Similarly, multiple programs for equipment — such as the separate DOD and Public Health Service programs and the new Department of Justice equipment grant program — are causing frustration and confusion at the local level and are resulting in further complaints that the federal government is unfocused and has no coordinated plan or desired outcome for domestic preparedness. A major federal initiative to provide better focus and to coordinate federal assistance programs is the National Domestic...
Page 41 - In disregard of the rule of law, he knowingly misused the executive power by interfering with agencies of the executive branch, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Criminal Division, and the Office of Watergate Special Prosecution Force, of the Department of Justice, and the Central Intelligence Agency, in violation of his duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed. In all of this, Richard M. Nixon has acted in a manner contrary to his trust as President...
Page 20 - ... officials viewed the growing number of WMD consequence management training programs, including the Domestic Preparedness Program, the Department of Justice and FEMA courses, FEMA Emergency Management Institute courses, National Fire Academy courses, and...
Page 47 - This will follow up a telephone conversation this date, between members of our staffs, regarding Job Code 701103, "Implementation of the Federal Government's Counterterrorism Policy.
Page 22 - We also recommended that the National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counterterrorism actively review and guide the growing number of consequence management training and equipment programs and response elements to ensure that individual agencies...
Page 3 - refers to measures to protect public health and safety, restore essential government services, and provide emergency relief to governments, businesses, and individuals affected by the consequences of terrorism.
Page 7 - Program (in order of population) 1. New York, NY 2. Los Angeles, Calif. 3. Chicago, III. 4. Houston, Tex. 5. Philadelphia, Pa. 6. San Diego, Calif. 7. Detroit, Mich. 8. Dallas, Tex. 9. Phoenix, Ariz. 10. San Antonio, Tex. 11. San Jose, Calif. 12. Baltimore, Md. 13. Indianapolis, Ind. 14. San Francisco, Calif. 15. Jacksonville, Fla.

About the author (1999)

Richard Davis was born in 1952. He is a composer and producer if techno music from Detroit and a Veteran of the Vietnam War. He formed the group Cybotron in the early 1980's with his friend Juan Atkins. They met while they were both students at Washtenaw Community College. Davis also released music of his own under the alias 3070. As Cybotron and 3070, Davis had a lare input in the foundation of Detroit's techno music scene in the 1980s.

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