Preparedness Against Terrorist Attacks: Congressional Hearing
Tillie K. Fowler
DIANE Publishing, 2001 - Political Science - 127 pages
Examines the Federal Government's programs that are designed to assist State and local emergency officials in preparing for a terrorist attack involving nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons. Witnesses: Charles Cagin, Acting Assist. Sec. of Defense (Reserve Affairs), DoD; John Eversole, Chicago Fire Dept., and Chair, Haz. Materials Comm., Internat. Assoc. of Fire Chiefs; Mark Gebicke, Dir., Nat. Security and Preparedness Issues, GAO; Catherine Light, Dir., Office of National Security Affairs, FEMA; Barbara Martinez, Deputy Dir., Nat. Domestic Preparedness Office, FBI; and Ann Simank, Oklahoma City Council Member, on behalf of the Nat. League of Cities.
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Page 52 - Council, the office of the National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counter-Terrorism to oversee these efforts.
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Page 80 - Mr. Chairman, that concludes my prepared statement I would be happy to answer any questions at this time.
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