Industry and Public Sector Cooperation for Information Sharing: Ports of Long Beach & Los Angeles / September 2008
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On August 20-21, the Maritime Information Sharing Taskforce (MIST) held a workshop at the Los Angeles/Long Beach Port (LA/LB). This workshop was funded by the Assistant Secretary of Defense, (Department of Homeland Defense) and sponsored by the Maritime Defense & Security Research Program (Naval Postgraduate School), and the Maritime Administration (US Department of Transportation). NPS staff shared early concepts and solicited ideas for implementation from the USCG at the sector , district and headquarters level; talked to Project Seahawk in Charleston; collaborated with MARAD; and included GMSA and GMAII in the workshop design. In addition, we coordinated with the Global Maritime Information Sharing Symposium(GMISS) in King’s Point which was looking at similar issues, but from a top down approach.
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