FCC Plans Public Safety, Security Bureau

April 2006
Fire Chief;Apr2006, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p12
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The article reports that the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plans to establish a Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau which will create a more efficient organizational structure to address public safety, homeland security, national security, emergency management and disaster management. Seven existing FCC offices and bureaus will be organized into three divisions, namely Policy Division, Public Communications Outreach and Operations Division and the Communications Systems Analysis Division.


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