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Chemical Facility Security: Issues for the 113th Congress
Dana A. Shea (au)
The Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) has statutory authority to regulate chemical facilities for security purposes. Some Members of Congress support an extension, either short- or long-term, of this existing authority. Other Members call for revision and more extensive codification of chemical facility security regulatory provisions. Questions regarding the current lawäó»s effectiveness in reducing chemical facility risk and the sufficiency of federal chemical facility security efforts exacerbate policies and changing the statutory authority. Congressional policymakers have questioned DHSäó»s effectiveness in implementing the authorized regulations, called chemical facility anti-terrorism standards (CFATS). Contents of this report: Overview of Statue and Regulation; Implementation; Policy Issues; Policy Options; Congressional Action. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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