Homeland security? Let's talk

The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association put homeland security on the table late last month during a three-day conference in Washington. Panels took up issues ranging from state, local and federal collaboration to critical infrastructure to management challenges.

Panel discussions and keynote speeches at the conference sessions drew large crowds.

Air Force Maj. Gen. Dale W. Meyerrose and Bill Spalding, CIO of the Terrorist Threat Integration Center, take part in the panel discussion, 'Homeland Security and Homeland Defense'Collaborators or Competitors?'


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