Maritime Security: National Strategy and Supporting Plans Were Generally Well-Developed and are Being Implemented

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DIANE Publishing, Feb 1, 2009 - 31 pages
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The safety and economic security of the U.S. depends on the secure use of the world┐s seaports and waterways. Homeland Security Presidential Directive-13 (HSPD-13, also referred to as National Security Presidential Directive-41) directs the coordination of U.S. maritime security policy through the creation of a ┐National Strategy for Maritime Security┐ and supporting implementation plans. This report asked evaluates this strategy and its eight supporting plans. It discusses: (1) the extent to which the strategy and its supporting plans contain desirable characteristics of an effective national strategy; and (2) the reported status of the implementation of these Plans. Charts and tables.

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