Homeland Security: Process for Reporting Lessons Learned From Seaport Exercises Needs Further Attention

Seaports are a critical vulnerability in the nation's defense against terrorism. They are potential entry points for bombs or other devices smuggled into cargo ships and ports' often-sprawling nature presents many potential targets for attack. The paper examines the emerging framework for coordinating entities involved in security responses, legal and operational issues emerging from exercises conducted to date, and Coast Guard management of reports analyzing exercises.

Provided by: U.S. General Accounting Office Topic: Software Date Added: Jan 2005 Format: PDF

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