Building a secure nation: safeguarding America's transportation system : Transportation Security Administration strategic plan, executive summary
Transportation Security Administration, 2004 - Business & Economics - 17 pages
Our mission is to protect the nation's transportation system--a complex 'system of systems' comprised of aircraft, ships, and rail and motor vehicles; airports, seaports, and transshipment facilities; roads, railways, bridges, and pipelines; and supporting infrastructures--from terrorist attack and criminal activity. We have made it our responsibility to understand the magnitude of such pursuit, and maintain a heightened sense of urgency in all of our security operations. Americans depend on us and will continue to do so into the future. As we work to meet the immediate needs of the transportation sector, we continue to develop and implement the strategies that enable us to perform our daily activities while ultimately preparing us for the future. Accordingly, we have prepared a five-year strategic plan focused on four fundamental goals: (1) Domain Awareness, (2) Prevent and Protect, (3) Respond and Restore, and (4) Organizational Effectiveness.
4 pages matching Prevent and Protect in this book
Results 1-3 of 4
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
11 September 19 November Aircraft airports America's aviation aviation-security baggage capability is coordinated cargo challenges collaborative relationships commerce consistently meets performance coordinated to restore critical Department of Homeland Domain Awareness domestic terrorists effective and efficient ensure excellence in transportation four fundamental goals freedom of movement global Hardened Cockpit Doors implement individuals from causing intelligence maritime mission Model Workplace modes of transportation movement swiftly multi-layered nation's transportation systems objectives while practicing operations information Organizational Effectiveness overseas passenger performance-based organization portation President's National Strategy Prevent and Protect programs protect the nation's Respond and Restore Rings of Security risk management scope of threats sector security measures Security Operations Center security standards September 2001 strategic goals Strategy for Homeland system of systems terrorist attack thoroughness of screeners threat information Transportation Security Administration Transportation Security Operations TSA Concentric Rings TSA is committed TSA is developing TSA will continue TSA's U.S. transportation system vulnerability assessments world-class