Homeland Security Preparedness And Information Systems

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Overview

Homeland security information systems are an important area of inquiry due to the tremendous influence information systems play on the preparation and response of government to a terrorist attack or natural disaster.

Homeland Security Preparedness and Information Systems: Strategies for Managing Public Policy delves into the issues and challenges that public managers face in the adoption and implementation of information systems for homeland security. A defining collection of field advancements, this publication provides solutions for those interested in adopting additional information systems security measures in their governments.

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Reddick (Citizens and E-Government) details IT's essential role in terror preparedness and the practical hurdles to achieving effective national security and disaster response. While not a comprehensive appraisal of all homeland security technologies, the book contains's three sections and ten chapters, which carefully assess homeland security's major information systems and their influence at all governmental levels, from federal to local. An expansion of 2008's Terrorism Informatics, edited by Hsinchun Chen and others, this book is replete with statistics, illustrative charts, field-specific vocabulary, and in-text citations; it is therefore best suited to government IT, government watchdog, and disaster-management collections.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605668345
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 2/25/2011
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 274
  • Sales rank: 891,489
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Sect. 1 Background Information

Ch. 1 Homeland Security Preparedness 1

Ch. 2 Citizen-Centric E-Government 46

Ch. 3 Collaboration and E-Government 77

Sect. 2 Homeland Security Information Systems in Government

Ch. 4 Federal Government Homeland Security Information Systems 93

Ch. 5 Information Technology and Emergency Management 112

Ch. 6 Local Government Homeland Security Information Systems 136

Sect. 3 Emerging Issues

Ch. 7 Citizens, the Internet, and Terrorism Information 152

Ch. 8 Information Security in Government 166

Ch. 9 Emergency Management Websites 187

Ch. 10 Conclusion 204\

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