Continuity of Government
Derrick J. Dreiole
Nova Science Publishers, 2007 - Political Science - 102 pages
With the aftermath of natural disasters and terrorism, policymakers and administrators have given renewed attention to crisis response, emergency planning, and continuity of operations issues. Continuity of government planning is designed to ensure the survival of a constitutional form of government, the continuity of essential federal functions, and the avoidance of potential operational interruptions. This book brings together important analyses on governmental policies that safeguard lives and property during national emergencies.
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