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The blurring of homeland and national security

By   /  September 4, 2012  /  Homeland Security  /  No Comments

From the Homeland Security Watch Blog by Arnold Bogis The term “homeland security” is notoriously hard to define. Even more difficult is where to draw the line between “homeland” security and “national” security. Simply perplexing is the issue of whether there should be a line or not, and the possibly negative effects of attempting to […]

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DHS Sec Napolitano’s 2nd Annual Address on the State of America’s Homeland Security: Homeland Security and Economic Security

By   /  January 31, 2012  /  Emergency Management, General News, Homeland Security  /  No Comments

From DHS.gov Thank you for the introduction and warm welcome.  It’s great to be back at the National Press Club, and I want to thank all of you for coming. Established nearly nine years ago, the Department of Homeland Security is still a relatively young agency. Its creation represents one of the most sizable reorganizations […]

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The Future of Grants in Domestic Preparednes (PDF)

By   /  August 11, 2011  /  General News  /  No Comments

The purpose of this briefing is to discuss gaps that were uncovered in a recent DomPrepsurvey. This survey was created and taken by a panel of experts (DomPrep40 Advisors).Readers of the DomPrep Journal were then asked to take the same survey, the results ofwhich were compared to uncover gaps that need to be addressed.

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