Homeland security subject of still another new newsletter, from Bureau of National Affairs.The establishment of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Noun 1. Department of Homeland Security - the federal department that administers all matters relating to homeland security
executive department - a federal department in the executive branch of the government of the United States has proven to be a boon to a number of newsletters, launching titles focused on their established areas of coverage, such as state and local funding, hospital security, and transportation.
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BNA Banco Nacional de Angola (National Bank of Angola) ) has launched a daily newsletter, called a "web bulletin," focusing on the department itself. Homeland Security Briefing will cover how the department is organized, operates, and interacts with other federal agencies and with state and local governments.
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[Spanish, hand, mano, from Latin manus, hand; see manner.] Santalla, product manager in the BNA Legal Information Services division, said, "Homeland Security Briefing provides essential details on significant federal and state actions related to security and antitorrorist policies. It delivers daily coverage of developments at the new Department, and monitors the actions of Congress in its congressional oversight, budget, and appropriations roles dealing with the agency.
"BNA's new Briefing will also track the myriad efforts of state and local governments to determine their responsibilities, and to implement and finance federal security and antiterrorism an·ti·ter·ror·ist
Intended to prevent or counteract terrorism; counterterror: antiterrorist measures.
an laws and policies."
Briefing will target attorneys, industry executives, and trade associations.
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