Tag Archives: U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Shruti Kuppa

Understanding your audience is important to ensure the successful implementation of communications plans. By adapting products to the specific needs of your audience, you can better fill education gaps within that population. One example of this strategy in action is

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Jack Eisenhauer

Each day we see growing evidence that a secure, reliable, and resilient electrical grid is critical to the safety and economic well-being of America’s communities and businesses. Our reliance on electricity to power our communication networks, transportation systems, and other

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Brad Sinkaus

The unveiling of the 9/11 Memorial Museum last week was a solemn reminder of the profound loss sustained on that day almost 13 years ago, but was also an opportunity to examine our progress. In that time, security in our

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Jack Eisenhauer
Eight Characteristics of Resilient Regions
Jack EisenhauerMay 15, 2014

Thad Allen, former Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, once pointed out that a resilient region is like a healthy immune system: rather than preparing for every possible scenario, the region fortifies its underlying resources and capabilities to quickly mobilize

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Lindsay Kishter

Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act: as simple as it is daunting. Section 508 requires Federal agencies to make any electronic information accessible to a person with disabilities by following technical standards and performance criteria. In practice, this means making

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