"One War, One Team, One Fight"

Peterson, Gordon I.
October 2003
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Oct2003, Vol. 129 Issue 10, p70
Conference Proceeding
The article presents an interview with Secretary of the U.S. Navy, Gordon R. England. According to him Coast Guard has a large portfolio of missions. It plays a leading role in port and waterway security. His goals at Department of Homeland Security is to help coordinate and integrate programs across our department and the federal government. The Coast Guard developed and promulgated a comprehensive strategy for maritime homeland security last December. Recently a policy to guide government's investment was established to review process to integrate capital planning and investment control, budgeting and acquisition.


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