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Strengthening the Use of Risk Management Principles in Homeland Security: Highlights of a Forum
Gene L. Dodaro (ed); Norman J. Rabkin (ed); Cathleen A. Berrick (ed)
From the terrorist attacks of 9/11, to Hurricane Katrina, homeland security risks vary widely. The nation can neither achieve total security nor afford to protect everything against all risks. Managing these risks is difficult in todayís environment of globalization, increasing security interdependence, and growing fiscal challenges for the fed. govít. It is increasingly important that org. effectively target homeland security funding to address the nation's most critical priorities. This Forum advanced a national dialogue on applying risk mgmt. to homeland security. The Forum addressed effective practices, challenges fed. agencies face in applying risk mgmt. to homeland security, and actions that can strengthen homeland security risk mgmt. Illustrations.
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