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e-Gov Homeland Security Conference 2003

Date: 2 December-3 December 2003
Location: Ronald Reagan Building, Washington DC, USA
Organizer: e-gov
Homepage: e-Gov Homeland Security Conference 2003

The 5th in a series of E-Gov Homeland Security Conferences, "Homeland Security 2003: Two Years of Progress - What's Better and What Needs Work" will cover current organizations, policies, strategies and objectives, progress to date, and technology sought to meet future requirements. In addition to domestic programs, the agenda will include discussion of international efforts to fight terrorism beyond U.S. borders. As in past events, conference attendees will have unique learning opportunities to meet a diverse and seasoned faculty tools being employed to improve our national homeland security. Experts from government and industry will discuss their program from those departments, agencies, and industry specialists who are actively working on homeland security initiatives across the public sector.

This is your opportunity to connect with those who are defining requirements and setting priorities for our Nation's homeland security strategy and to participate in the dialog to help overcome the cultural, organizational, and technical barriers that still exist.

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