Tribal Nation Integration into National Preparedness [video]
Center for Homeland Defense and Security Naval Postgraduate School
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There remains a gap between DHS and the 576 Tribal Nations in coordination efforts in Homeland Security emergency response and rescue efforts. Policies have been developed and implemented without the consultation of both parties. The federal government and the sovereign Tribal Nations of America need to make a sincere effort to communicate and cooperate with one another to help solve the many homeland security challenges facing them today. Dr. Donald Reed: Deputy Chief, Civil Support Branch, U.S. Northern Command, Margaret Muhr: Regional Tribal Government Liaison, Department of Commerce, and Steve Golubic: Consultant, tribal advocate, trainer, and educator each present to address these issues.
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