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Critical Intervention Serviceswww.SafeTampaBay.org
Critical Intervention Services (CIS) has launched a new Web site intended to be a comprehensive source for information and advice on critical issues of domestic security. The Web site emphasizes that every citizen plays an important role in protecting the community.
Center for State Homeland Securitywww.cshs-us.org/
The Center for State Homeland Security is a unique national resource dedicated to help state and local governments carry out their role in homeland security while supporting the evolution of a national strategy across all levels of government and the private sector. The Web site is sponsored by the National Emergency Management Association, the Adjutants General Association of the United States, and Mitretek Systems.
International Facility Management Associationwww.ifma.org/about/prdetail.cfm?id¼216
This web page, from the International Facility Management Association Web site, presents an overview of the results of a survey that was distributed to facility managers in the northeast after the recent blackout.
The New Yorker magazine has archived the series of articles that it ran in the aftermath of 11 September 2001. The collection includes articles, extensive commentary, and a series of “fact papers” from the magazine.
Department of Homeland Securitywww.dhs.gov/dhspublic/interapp/editorial/editorial_0355.xml
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced a new web page for information on grant opportunities from the department and elsewhere in the federal government, including public health preparedness grants under Health and Human Services, counter-terrorism grants under the Department of Justice, and water- security grants from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Department of Homeland Securitywww.fema.gov/compendium
DHS has recently launched a searchable web- based “compendium of federal terrorism training,” a database originally developed by the army in 1998 and significantly updated and redesigned by FEMA's Emergency Management Institute. This new resource provides state and local officials with a single location from which they can easily find information on terrorism training available from federal departments and agencies. Users can query specific subject areas, departments, or agencies and print out customized lists of available training.