DSB Studying DOD Homeland Security Roles, Missions

By Dan Dupont / December 2, 2002 at 5:00 AM
The Defense Science Board has begun a study of the Defense Department's roles and missions in homeland security, according to a new Federal Register notice. The science board task force will examine how DOD will interact with other federal agencies, most notably the nascent Homeland Security Department, in dealing with homeland security issues. Among its many issues for consideration is the role of the National Guard and Reserve, according to the notice. The DSB will begin closed meetings on the...

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