DHS announced the next Homeland Security Advisory Council meeting in the Federal Register today, scheduled to take place on June 26, 2006. The agenda:
At the upcoming meeting, the HSAC will focus on the future of terrorism; threat assessment for the next five years, and creating a common culture within the Department of Homeland Security. The HSAC will also hold deliberations and discussions among HSAC members, including discussions regarding administrative matters.
The closed portion of the meeting will include discussions on building a common culture at the Department as well as on the future of terrorism and how the department should respond and prepare the public. In those discussions various speakers from the Department and outside will discuss the current trends in terrorism as well as how various companies and organizations have created a common culture. Therefore certain trade secrets are likely to be discussed as well as how the Federal government investigates and tracks the patterns of terrorism.
The general public can attend the open session of the meeting following the instructions in the notice.