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Homeland Security Symposium and Exposition
May 27, 2004
Table of Contents

White Paper--Prevent Terrorism through Pro-active Civil Action by TerraBuilt Corp., Middleburg, VA

Winning the War (.pdf) by TerraBuilt Corp., Middleburg, VA

Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency by Ms. Jane Alexander, PhD Deputy Director, HSARPA

Alexander_Homeland_Security_SympExpos_05_27_04, Biological Countermeasures NDIA Homeland Security Symposium by Dr Steven Buchsbaum, Program Manager, HSARPA

USNORTHCOM 101 by COL Andy Cohen, Acting Director, USNORTHCOM Washington Office

National Communications System (NCS) & Priority Service Programs Overview by Dr. Peter Fonash, Acting Director, National Communications System, Department of Homeland Security

Maritime Transportation, Maritime Transportation Security Act by U.S. Coast Guard

Science & Technology Directorate, Systems Engineering & Development, National Defense Industrial Association by Mr. John Kubricky, Director, Systems Engineering and Development

Biometrics In Aviation Security, Presentation to 2004 NDIA Homeland Security Symposium, May 27, 2004

San Diego Joint Harbor Operations Center (JHOC) by CDR Metruck, San Diego Captain of Port, May 21, 2004

Homeland Security in the States & Territories by Mr. Jerry Murphy, Director, Homeland Security and Technology Division Center For Best Practices National Governors Association

National Biometric Security Project, Testing and Deployment Assistance for Homeland Security and Private Sector Infrastructure Applications by Mr. Richard E. Norton, Executive Vice President

When Terror Strikes!, The San Diego Regional MMST by Mr. David Ott, Chief Co-Director MMST

HSARPA and Chemical Countermeasures for Homeland Security by Dr. William S. Rees, Jr. and Dr. Steven B. Buchsbaum, Program Managers, HSARPA

Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency by Jane Alexander, PhD Deputy Director, HSARPA

Posted Papers

Developments in beacon technologies and their application to multiplex real-time PCR assays for the detection of disease agents. by Ryan Peterson BA, Chitrita DebRoy PhD, Daniel Weinstock DVM, PhD, and Douglas Key DVM, MSc, DVSc

Applying Risk-based Decision-making Methods/Tools to U.S. Navy Antiterrorism Capabilities by Mr. Charles Mitchell ABSG Consulting Inc., Alexandria, VA and Commander Chris Decker U.S. Navy OPNAV Ashore Readiness

Implementing CMS Technologies for the Naval Reserve Forces (NAVRESFOR) Command by Luis P. Vega Company: CSSI, Inc.

Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Detection of Toxic- and Marker-Chemicals: Ultra-Sensitive and Reproducible Substrates

Testing of Safe Buildings Detection Technologies and Other Homeland Security Technologies
in EPA’s Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program
by Mr.Thomas Kelly, Mr. Kent Hofacre, Ms. Tricia Derringer, Mr. Dale Folsom, and Ms. Karen Riggs

White Paper Prevent Terrorism through Pro-active Civil Action

IT Security for Industrial Control Systems: Requirements Specification and Performance Testing by Mr. Joseph Falco, Mr. James Gilsinn, Mr. Keith Stouffer,
Intelligent Systems Division National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg, MD

HEALTH AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF A SIMULATED RDD INCIDENT IN FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA by Dr. E. J. Bentz, Jr., C. B. Bentz, and T. D. O’Hora E. J. Bentz & Associates, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia USA

Our Nation's Emergency Systems Need: Circuit Integrity (.pdf)

Ordnance and Tactical Systems, Redmond Operations by General Dynamics

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