U.S. Emergency Management: Assessing the Strategic Doctrine and Management Structure.
Research rept. Aug 90-Apr 91,
INDUSTRIAL COLL OF THE ARMED FORCES WASHINGTON DC
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This paper considers whether the U.S. has 1 an appropriate Federal organization for effectively managing the common functions of emergency management and for responding to the varied events that fall within these functions and 2 a sufficiently defined strategic doctrine including laws, regulations, policies, and priorities for emergency management. Federal emergency management, as discussed in this paper, includes, a full range of actions needed for domestic response to emergency events, but does not include the use of the military in war scenarios or relations with other countries.
- Government and Political Science
- Administration and Management
- Sociology and Law