Mr. Schrader discusses all-hazards preparedness, intel fusion centers, use of GIS, and more. Schrader also comments on Maryland's regional all-hazard approach, which already is developing horizontal linkages with adjacent states.
The Department of Homeland Defense and American Red Cross are leading the way, but true national preparedness requires an all-hands effort starting with teachers and students, parents, first responders, businessmen and factory workers, the media and the m
Former Virginia Governor James S. Gilmore III shares his views, as chairman of the bipartisan Congressional Commission appointed to assess U.S. domestic-response capabilities, on such major issues as vulnerability assessments, risk management, border prot
Large public gatherings - specifically including baseball and football games and other entertainment events - are both an invitation to terrorists and a major challenge to security officials. The first rule is to build security into the sports/entertainme
The president of the American Red Cross discusses disaster planning in general, her organization's linkages with DHS, and the DHS/ARC plans for the September 2005 National Preparedness Month. Admiral Evans also comments on the ARC's work with state and lo