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January 11, 2006

Presentations from the HSAC meeting yesterday

Filed under: DHS News,Infrastructure Protection,Radiological & Nuclear Threats — by Christian Beckner on January 11, 2006

Two public presentations from the Homeland Security Advisory Committee meeting yesterday, as live-blogged in this post yesterday, are now available for download on HLS Watch (in powerpoint format) by right-clicking on the following links:

Prevention of the Entry of Weapons of Mass Effect on American Soil Task Force (2.29 MB)

Critical Infrastructure Task Force (334 KB)

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