AAPA President Addresses Federal Seaport Funding

April 2005
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Apr2005, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p10
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Reports on the speech delivered by American Association of Port Authorities president Kurt Nagle at the National Press Club's news conference in the U.S. Comment of Nagle on the federal under-funding of seaport security and Corps of Engineers harbor and channel dredging; Insufficiency of the funding for seaport security in the proposed federal budget to implement the federally-mandated seaport security programs; Support voiced by senators for Nagle.


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