Municipal Matters
In 1990, during the first Bush administration, the Naval War College’s Terry Kelley published a paper titled “Global Climate Change, Implications for the U.S. Navy.”
Moving people on roads and rail and delivering goods such as food, machinery and parts is big business in North America.
Let’s continue our quest to understand organizational security management, resilience and our own models for decision making.
After the first Persian Gulf war ended and the no fly zone was in effect, the U.S. Air Force was tasked with controlling the skies over Iraq.
Critical Infrastructure as defined by Public Safety Canada “refers to processes, systems, facilities, technologies, networks, assets and services essential to the health, safety, security or economic well-being of Canadians and the effective functioning of government.”
In last issue’s column we looked at the general challenges facing municipal security management planning ranging from domain specific standards to an agreed upon methodology.
As the level of government closest to citizens, the municipal sector is unique.

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