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Federal Facility Security: Additonal Actions Needed to Help Agencies Comply with Risk Assessment Methodology Standards
Mark Goldstein (au)
The 2012 shooting at the Anderson Federal Building in Long Beach,CA, demonstrates that federal facilities and their employees as well as the public who visit federal buildings continue to be the targets of violence. The Federal Protective Service and about 30 other federal agencies are responsible for protecting civilian federal facilities and their occupants from potential threats, in part, by assessing risks to their facilities. The Interagency Security Committee (ISC) -- an interagency organization led by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) -- issues standards for facility protection. This report examines how federal agencies assess risk to theirfacilities. It assesses (1) the extent to which selected ISC member agencies' facility risk assessment methodologies align with ISC's risk assessment standards; and (2) how ISC assists member agencies in developing risk assessment methodologies and monitors compliance with these standards. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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