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Information Sharing: DHS Is Assessing Fusion Center Capabilities and Results, but Needs to More Accurately Account for Federal Funding Provided to Centers
Eileen R. Larence (au)
Homeland security incidents, such as the Boston Marathon bombings in April 2013, emphasize the importance of developing a national capability to efficiently and expeditiously gather, analyze, and disseminate law enforcement, homeland security, and terrorism information. Since 2001, 49 states and many major urban areas have established fusion centers to help improve the sharing of information among state, local, tribal, territorial, federal, and private sector entities. As of June 2014, the National Network of Fusion Centers consisted of 78 centers and the partnerships and collaborative efforts formed within and among them. This report addresses the extent to which (1) DHS has helped centers assess capabilities and address gaps; (2) the federal government has defined its expectations for centers and assessed their contributions to homeland security; (3) federal agencies have deployed personnel to centers; and (4) Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) grant reforms have improved accountability for federal funds that support centers. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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