11 Jun, 2007
Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) Meeting, June 11, 2007 Meeting: Summary of Closed Sessions
President's Homeland Security Advisory Council (U.S.)
"HSAC [Homeland Security Advisory Council] Executive Director Doug Hoelscher called the meeting to order and provided administrative remarks and an outline of the day's activities. Michael Balboni, New York Deputy Secretary for Public Safety and Frank Cruthers, Deputy Commissioner, New York City Fire Department, and Joe Bruno, Commissioner, New York City Office of Emergency Management, provided welcoming remarks. Two of the HSAC's subcommittees gave administrative updates on recent and future activities. Emergency Response Senior Advisory Committee (ERSAC) Chairman Dr. Richard Andrews reported on the April 11, 2007, meeting of the ERSAC in Los Angeles, California. Included were mentions of the National Response Plan re-write, Target Capabilities List (HSPD-8) and Medical Surge capacity shortfall. Members expressed interest in having more pre-decisional input on operational documents such as the National Response Plan, Sector Specific Plans, and the National Infrastructure Protection Plan. Private Sector Senior Advisory Committee (PVTSAC) Chairman Herb Kelleher reported on the April 10, 2007, meeting of the PVTSAC in Dallas, Texas. The PVTSAC will focus on ways to improve information sharing between the private sector and DHS and state and local partners and will specifically focus on ways to improve private sector inclusion in state and local fusion centers. Doug Hoelscher also announced new members of the HSAC and HSAC subcommittees including: Los Angeles County Supervisor, Don Knabe (HSAC), Dr. John 'Skip' Williams (HSAC); Mayor David Wallace (State and Local Officials Senior Advisory Committee -- SLSAC); Indiana State Senator Thomas Wyss (SLSAC); and Mr. Nelson Balido (PVTSAC)."
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    President's Homeland Security Advisory Council (U.S.)
  • Date
    11 Jun, 2007
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    Public Domain
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    Department of Homeland Security: www.dhs.gov/
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