Oakland Seaport, CA: Industry and Public Sector Cooperation for Information Sharing
Hocevar, Susan Page
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The Multimodal Information Sharing Team (MIST) is an evolution of the Maritime Information Sharing Taskforce that has been conducting workshops in domestic ports since 2008. After conducting four MIST workshops, the interconnection of the maritime domain to other modalities in terms of information sharing became a natural expansion of the research. Beginning in Boston, the MIST framework and process for the collaborative exploration of information sharing embraced the larger port multimodal community. The MIST continues to emphasize the private sector perspective to ensure that government stakeholders are leveraging these critical players in the sharing of all hazards threat information protecting our global supply chain.
Multimodal Information Sharing Team (MIST)
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