Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program: The National Standard Exercise Curriculum
United States. Department of Homeland Security. Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program
"The National Standard Exercise Curriculum (NSEC) is a current effort to unify curricula in exercise program management, design, development, conduct, evaluation, and improvement planning across the country. The NSEC strategy involves providing guidance to Federal, State, tribal, and local jurisdictions and the private sector concerning the exercise and training curricula, workshops, and briefings. The goal of NSEC is to create a national standardized exercise curriculum and to provide additional exercise training and reinforcement guidance to stakeholders as needed."
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    United States. Department of Homeland Security. Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program
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    Public Domain
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    Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)
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    Management and economics/Organization and planning
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    LLIS Collection

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