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Author Morton, John Fass, 1947-

Title Next-generation homeland security : network federalism and the course to national preparedness / John Fass Morton

Publisher Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press, c2012
 1st Floor Treatise  HV6432.4 .M67 2012    AVAILABLE
Call # HV6432.4 .M67 2012
Description xiii, 408 p. ; 23 cm
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (p. [357]-398) and index
Contents Pt. 1. The homeland security discipline: from national security to national preparedness. The evolution of emergency management and preparedness ; Counterterrorism: an overseas tactic of choice comes ashore on the homeland ; The political dynamics behind the creation of the Department of Homeland Security ; DHS and the politics of national preparedness ; DHS pre-Katrina: moving left of the boom ; Right of the boom: PKEMRA, the backstory ; The new FEMA: the DHS executive agent for preparedness ; DHS OPS, FEMA, and the mandate for operational planning ; The homeland security enterprise: toward a network governance -- pt. 2. Network federal governance as the security and resilience enabler. The intergovernmental dimensions of the homeland security enterprise ; The case for a regionally based national preparedness system ; The fulcrum of network federal security governance: the regional preparedness staff ; Moving toward an intergovernmental homeland security professional cadre ; Homeland Security professional development ; IPA rotational assignments: the means for a nework federal homeland security workforce ; Credentialing -- Postscript. America's east of Suez moment and a thousand points of light
Notes Brown
Subject United States. Department of Homeland Security
National security -- United States
Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention
Emergency management -- United States
ISBN 9781612510880 (hbk. : alk. paper)
1612510884 (hbk. : alk. paper)
9781612510897 (ebook)
1612510892 (ebook)
Isbn/Issn 40021508881


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