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Homeland Security: Greater Attention to Key Practices Would Improve the Federal Protective Serviceís Approach to Facility Protection
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
There is ongoing concern about the security of federal buildings and their occupants. The Federal Protective Service (FPS) within the Dept. of Homeland Security is responsible for providing law enforcement and related security services for nearly 9,000 federal buildings under the control and custody of the General Services Admin. (GSA). In 2004, a set of key protection practices from the collective practices of federal agencies and the private sector was identified that included: allocating resources using risk management, leveraging technology, and information sharing and coordination. This report determined whether FPS's security efforts for GSA buildings reflected key practices. Includes recommendations. Illustrations.
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