New Agency, Huge HR Changes
- High-Risk Series: Strategic Human Capital Management: GAO-03-120. // GAO Reports;1/1/2003, p1
In its January 2001 High-Risk Update (GAO-01-263), GAO designated strategic human capital management as a governmentwide high-risk area. The basic problem, which continues today, has been the long-standing lack of a consistent strategic approach to marshaling, managing, and maintaining the human...
- VIEWPOINT. Myers, Bill // Planning;Sep2002, Vol. 68 Issue 9, p54
Comments on the heightened national security awareness in the U.S. Concept of the proposed Homeland Security Department of President George W. Bush; Merits of the government agency reorganization; Implication of the size of the department on the diversion of resources from other priorities.
- New Agency Will Focus Priorities, Aid Response. Garamone, Jim // All Hands;Jul2002, Issue 1023, p17
Discusses the proposed Homeland Security Department in the U.S. Agencies involved with aspects of homeland security; Advantages of the proposal; Supporters of the proposal.
- New Maritime Security Strategy Calls For 'Shared Situational Awareness'. Hodge, Nathan // Defense Daily;9/22/2005, Vol. 227 Issue 57, p2
The article focuses on the move of the office of the U.S. President to release a new maritime security strategy that calls for creation of a shared situational awareness capability that will link the Departments of Homeland Security, Defense and Justice. The strategy envisions more integrated...
- Will New Department Work? // Human Events;6/17/2002, Vol. 58 Issue 23, p1
Discusses the executive proposal to create a Department of Homeland Security in the U.S. that aims to protect the country against acts of terrorism. Information on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Details on the functions of the department; Pros and cons of the proposal.
- Strong Dissent From Those Who Favor The Department of Homeland Security. Paige, Sean // Insight on the News;7/22/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 26, p8
Criticizes the planned creation of the U.S. Department of Homeland Defense and the bureaucracy that it will create. Activities that will be undertaken in the aftermath of the department's creation; Impact of the creation on homeland security.
- Homeland Defense Overhaul Raises Host of Thorny Issues. Mann, Paul // Aviation Week & Space Technology;Jul2002, Vol. 157 Issue 1, p38
Focuses on the reactions concerning the proposal of president George W. Bush to reorganize the homeland security and defense in the U.S. Effects of the ideas on wartime management; Result of confusion and dislocation among the agencies; Expansion of bureaucracy.
- Senate Votes Cloture, Then Handily Passes Homeland Security Bill. // Human Events;12/23/2002, Vol. 58 Issue 47, p23
Presents an update on the passage of a bill establishing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as of December 23, 2002. Implications of the bill; Comments from Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia; List of senators who oppose the bill's approval.
- The new Department of Homeland Security will become a monstrous bureaucracy; it's the biggest change in US government since 1947. Yet it will not include the FBI and the CIA. Stephen, Andrew // New Statesman;12/2/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4616, p29
Opposes the establishment of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in December 2002. Agencies central to internal security that was included in the department; Effect of the inclusion on intelligence-gathering; Criticisms against U.S. President George W. Bush.