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Quadrennial Homeland Security Review Report (February 2010)  

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The Department of Homeland Security delivered the Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (QHSR) Report to Congress on February 1, 2010 (PDF, 108 pages - 989 KB). The QHSR outlines the strategic framework to guide the activities of participants in homeland security toward a common end.

Read the executive summary of the report (PDF, 4 pages - 95 KB).

The QHSR was the beginning of a multi-step process. It offers a vision for a secure homeland, specifies key mission priorities, outlines goals for each of those mission areas, and lays the necessary groundwork for the subsequent steps. The next step was a bottom-up review of the Department which aligned the programmatic activities and organizational structure of the Department with the strategic framework set out in the QHSR. The third and final step of this process culminated in the Department's fiscal year 2013 budget submission.

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V. MISSIONS, GOALS, AND OBJECTIVES OF
HOMELAND SECURITY
February 2010
Goal 5.3: Ensure Effective Emergency Response
Strengthen response capacity nationwide. Because it is impossible to eliminate all risks, a resilient Nation must have a robust capacity to respond when disaster strikes. Such response must be effective and efficient and grounded in the basic elements of incident management. When an incident occurs that is beyond local response capabilities, communities must be able to obtain assistance from neighboring jurisdictions and regional partners quickly, making a robust regional capacity vital to effective emergency response.
Objectives
• Provide timely and accurate information to the public
before, during, and immediately after disasters is a key component of societal resilience. In today’s environment of speed-of-light communications and pervasive social networking technologies, homeland security partners must take full advantage of cutting-edge tools and capabilities to promote widespread situational awareness. As such, information sharing and public alert and warning must be viewed as mutually supportive efforts in seeking to combine the networked power of new media and “Web 2.0” technologies with existing homeland security information-sharing capabilities such as fusion centers, emergency operations centers, and joint terrorism task forces. Moreover, emergency information must be accessible through as many pathways as : Establish and strengthen pathways for clear, reliable, and current emergency information, including effective use of new media. Timely, appropriate, and reliable communication with the public before, during, and immediately after disasters is a key component of societal resilience. In today’s environment of speed-of-light communications and pervasive social networking technologies, homeland security partners must take full advantage of cutting-edge tools and capabilities to promote widespread situational awareness. As such, information sharing and public alert and warning must be viewed as mutually supportive efforts in seeking to combine the networked power of new media and “Web 2.0” technologies with existing homeland security information-sharing capabilities such as fusion centers, emergency operations centers, and joint terrorism task forces. Moreover, emergency information must be accessible through as many pathways as

 

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