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Many Faces, One Purpose: A Manager’s Handbook on Women in Firefighting By Homeland Security & U.S. Fire Administration
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When an organization moves away from a generations-long tradition of being all-male toward a future that includes men and women equally, a significant change takes place. Change can be upsetting and... More > threatening to those who are used to, and invested in, the way things “have always been.” Fire may know no gender, but people do, and the fire chief of the 1990’s spends more time managing people than controlling fire. Increasing numbers of women are becoming firefighters and fire officers, entering and advancing in a field that is still heavily male by both population and tradition. Fire service leaders who are not prepared to manage these workforce changes may find their workforce is managing them instead.< Less
NAFTA - A Guide to Customs Procedures By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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On December 17, 1992, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney in Ottawa, President Carlos Salinas de Gortari in Mexico City and President George Bush in Washington, D.C. signed the North American Free Trade... More > Agreement (NAFTA). These three ceremonies marked the end of a process that began on February 5, 1991 when the three leaders announced they would negotiate the NAFTA. As a result of the successful conclusion of these negotiations the NAFTA entered into force on January 1, 1994. One of the main results of the Agreement is the elimination of tariffs between Canada, Mexico and the United States on nearly all qualifying goods by the year 2003. Chapter 5 of the Agreement attempts to ensure that customs procedures will facilitate trade flows as much as possible. This guide was written with input from the Governments of Canada and Mexico and concentrates on explaining Chapters 4 and 5 of the NAFTA, where the rules of origin and procedural obligations relating to customs administration are described.< Less
Manual of Job-Related Thinking Skills By U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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A Border Patrol Agent deciding whether an impending confrontation involves dangerous individuals, an Inspector determining if an alien should be admitted, a supervisory Special Agent deciding whether... More > to open a case based on certain evidence -- all of these are DHS employees using their thinking skills. Every day, DHS employees use their thinking skills in countless decisions, determinations, and investigations. Thinking skills are by no means the only skills used by DHS employees, but they are the most important. They are used in applying rules, making determinations, making predictions, and in problem solving, on-thespot decision making, and complex, deliberate decision making. In spite of the importance of thinking skills, most people do not receive special training in thinking. Employees receive training in job knowledge and supervisors usually receive training in supervisory techniques. Those types of training help employees think about very specific problems.< Less
The Proliferation Security Initiative As A New Paradigm For Peace And Security By Mark R. Shulman & Strategic Studies Institute
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In this monograph, Dr. Mark R. Shulman offers a novel thesis to explain the value of an important new security initiative with considerable implications for the future use of force in operations... More > other than war. While this initiative is still in its formative stages, it may eventually change the use of force paradigm in which military leaders and political decisionmakers operate. And despite its promise, no one has yet attempted a comprehensive analysis of it. Dr. Shulman’s monograph draws on publicly available sources from governmental publications and press releases, the international news media, and think tank strategic analyses, as well the relevant historical materials. Based on this wide review of the literature, Dr. Shulman argues that the Proliferation Security Initiative is changing long-held international norms about the conditions for the use of force to ensure strategic objectives.< Less
Economic Security: Neglected Dimension of National Security? By Sheila R. Ronis
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Five years ago, I had the privilege of conducting a study as a consultant to the U.S. House of Representatives Small Business Committee. Congress asked me, as a systems scientist, to look at a number... More > of defense industrial base issues and their national security implications. The Nation is not well prepared to plan for or establish policy or “grand” strategy in a holistic or long-term sense, and the national security implications of that shortcoming remain very disturbing. I recommended the establishment of a center in the Executive Office of the President for “whole of government” and interagency “foresight capability and grand strategy development” and execution, along with an interagency committee of Congress to have oversight responsibility for the center because the Nation has no means to do this. Then, in my work with the Project on National Security Reform over the last few years, the Vision Working Group that I led recommended the establishment of a Center for Strategic Analysis...< Less
Basic Security Management: Guide to a Successful Security Program By Robert T. Wood
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Physical security management laid out in a concise practical reference to help guide you to a successful physical security program. A plain and simple guide to help plan and organize or improve a... More > physical security program whether at the global corporate level or at the local company level; indispensable reference for managing, documenting, and running an all inclusive physical security program.< Less
Just Enough Security: Information Security for Business Managers By Tom Olzak
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The Just Enough Security (JES) approach to information assurance is based on the belief that no one safeguard can completely protect your critical information assets from a highly motivated threat.... More > The JES security model combines multiple layers of safeguards with simple risk management tools to help you achieve both the security of your information assets and a return on your security investment. To allow you to quickly apply the basic principles of JES, this book helps you build the necessary skills in three steps. Part 1 of this book contains three primers to ensure you have the basic technical knowledge necessary to understand each layer of the JES model. These primers include networking, security, and risk management. Part 2 introduces the various layers of the JES model with detailed explanations of how to implement each. Finally, business continuity and incident management principles are discussed in Part 3.< Less
Just Enough Security: Information Security for Business Managers By Tom Olzak
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The Just Enough Security (JES) approach to information assurance is based on the belief that no one safeguard can completely protect your critical information assets from a highly motivated threat.... More > The JES security model combines multiple layers of safeguards with simple risk management tools to help you achieve both the security of your information assets and a return on your security investment. To allow you to quickly apply the basic principles of JES, this book helps you build the necessary skills in three steps. Part 1 of this book contains three primers to ensure you have the basic technical knowledge necessary to understand each layer of the JES model. These primers include networking, security, and risk management. Part 2 introduces the various layers of the JES model with detailed explanations of how to implement each. Finally, business continuity and incident management principles are discussed in Part 3.< Less
Home Security Systems: Home Security Tips Revealed By Joel Maughan
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Since the world’s statistics of criminals is increasing, we all strive to feel safe in our home. Sometimes we would all enjoy vacationing without worrying if our home is safe. Let’s face... More > it we work too hard to earn our material belongings; therefore, the majority of us would enjoy uninterrupted security. When you take action to protect your home, your family will have the security they need to survive such harsh worldly conditions. Taking action means to set up alarms, as well as securing your doors, windows, etc. The more security you supply to your home, the better chance you will have. Currently every 30 seconds someone dies in fires. In addition, someone’s home is robbed at the same time a fire claims a life. While there is no such thing as complete home security, there are measures you can take to protect your home. Grab this ebook today to learn everything you need to know.< Less
Security Reality Check - Volume I: Security Essentials By J. D. Emens
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Congratulations are in order - I think?! Whether you were unanimously volunteered by your co-workers while on vacation or actually crazy enough to accept the daunting responsibility without knowing... More > the first thing about physical security, don't panic - yet! After reading SECURITY reality CHECK - Tips & Tactics for Non Security Professionals, you will breathe a little easier knowing you are much better prepared to take on the challenge and perhaps even impress a colleague or two along the way. In Volume I: Security Essentials, you will get a crash course "easy read" reference guide to security that starts off by highlighting the primary 5 components of a security system, then drilling down into the nitty-gritty of intrusion systems. – including how to avoid expensive mistakes, what the different system components are and why you need them, how to perform a physical security assessment of your workplace, and understanding some best practices to help extend your security budget.< Less

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