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Agencies to improve transport of radioactive materials



Agencies to improve transport of radioactive materials
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has issued a notice regarding the finalization of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the NRC and the Departments of Homeland Security and Transportation. The interagency agreement defines the agencies’ efforts and responsibilities in the safe transportation of radioactive materials. The notice was published… Read More

InterAgency Journal 6-2 (Spring 2015)



InterAgency Journal 6-2 (Spring 2015)
Inside this issue: Features Weapons of Mass Destruction and the Interagency by John Mark Mattox Cape Ray Diplomacy: How a U.S. Merchant Vessel Took Center Stage in Foreign Relations by Chi K. Cheung Improving the Intelligence Community’s Contribution to Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction by Timothy W. Fisher Closing the… Read More

GAO recommends greater collaboration in emergencies



GAO recommends greater collaboration in emergencies

In December 2014, the Government Accountability Office released a report analyzing current strategies to prepare for no-notice catastrophic emergencies that assesses federal interagency emergency support function preparedness...

Report reviews nuclear response preparedness



Report reviews nuclear response preparedness

The Government Accountability Office recently released a report that reviewed the level of preparation of U.S. cities considered to be at high risk of a nuclear terrorist attack. The report stressed the importance of interagency involvement in preparing for and responding to a nuclear disaster...

InterAgency Journal 3-3 (Summer 2012)



InterAgency Journal 3-3 (Summer 2012)

Inside this issue:  Radiological Nuclear Detection Task Force, by Kevin L. Stafford; The Interagency Role in Conflict Prevention, by Kevin D. Stringer and Katie M. Sizemore; Interagency Collaboration by Design, by Alex J. Ryan ...and much more.

Agencies participate in nuclear forensics exercise



Agencies participate in nuclear forensics exercise

Participants from the U.S. military and multiple U.S. government agencies recently took part in Exercise Trinity Oak at Fort Gordon, GA.  The exercise took place from Feb. 24 to March 1, and trained interagency participants in nuclear forensics...