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Part 1

List of Selected Homeland Security and Emergency Management

References and Resources


Compiled by Paula D. Gordon, Ph.D.

http://GordonPublicAdministration.com

(Updated July 27, 2011)


*An asterisk indicates that an item has been added or modified since July 27, 2011.

Note: Inclusion in this list does not imply endorsement.

Some items are intentionally listed in more than one category.

Table of Contents

Part 1

1) Selected Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Articles, Reports, and Books

2) Cyber Concerns Including Vulnerable Systems and Y2K-Related Lessons and Legacies for Homeland Security

3) Selected Government Documents: Legislation, Congressional Documents, Public Laws, Executive Orders, and Presidential Directives

4) Information Concerning Selected Government Efforts

5)* Task Groups, Partnerships, Consortia, Councils, Commissions, Foundations, and Other Efforts

6) Public Health and Safety-Related Concerns, including Pandemic Flu Concerns

7) Communication, Monitoring, and Tracking Concerns

8) Online Portals, Resources, and Libraries of Particular Note

9) Selected Newsletters and Other Publications

10) *Conferences, Workshops, Forums, and Symposia Proceedings

11) *Policy and Program Planning, Implementation and Management Concerns

12) Technical Information and Technology Innovation

Part 2

13) Emergency Preparedness, Mitigation, Response, Recovery, Resilience, and Contingency and Continuity Planning

14) FEMA, DHS, and Hurricane Katrina

15) The 2010 Gulf Oil Spill

16) *The 2011 Japanese Earthquake, Tsunami, Nuclear Reactor Disasters and Implications for the U.S.

17) Other National and International Disasters

18) Education, Training, and Internship Initiatives

19) Terrorism-Related References and Resources

20) *Futures-Related Material of Potential Interest to Those Studying the Future of the Fields of Homeland Security and Emergency Management

21) * Selected Videos and DVDs Bearing on Homeland Security and Emergency Management Accessible Online

22) Miscellaneous

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Part 1

1) Selected Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Articles, Reports, and Books

American Society for Civil Engineers, The Critical Infrastructure Partnership, http://www.tisp.org.

Council on Foreign Relations, Gary Hart and Warren B. Rudman, Co-Chairs, Terrorism Task Force Report "America Still Unprepared - America Still in Danger," (November 14, 2002) ID: 173844. See http://www.cfr.org/publication.php?id=5099.

Robert F. Dacey, Director, Information Security Issues, "Computer Security: Progress Made, But Critical Federal Operations and Assets Remain at Risk", Testimony before the Subcommittee on Government Efficiency, Financial Management and Intergovernmental Relations, Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, November 19, 2002.

Robert F. Dacey, Director, Information Security Issues, "Critical Infrastructure Protection: Significant Challenges Need to Be Addressed", Testimony before the Subcommittee on Government Efficiency, Financial Management and Intergovernmental Relations, Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, July 24, 2002, Oversight Hearing on "Cyber-terrorism: Is the Nation's Critical Infrastructure Adequately Protected?" GAO-02-961T.

Robert C. Dacey, “Information Security: Progress Made but Challenges remain to Protect Federal Systems and the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure,” Congressional Testimony on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations and the Census, Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, Washington, DC: GAO, April 08, 2003.
http://www.iwar.org.uk/cip/resources/gao/d03564t.pdf

Darrell L. Darnell, GWU, 6/23/10 Transcript of Forum Presentation: Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources; Protection and Resilience. Access at  http://www.emforum.org/vlibrary/all.htm .

Gartner Group, The Results of the Digital Pearl Harbor War Game. See http://www3.gartner.com/2_events/audioconferences/dph/dph.html.

Gartner Group, Sector 5 Conference, August 21 - 23, 2002. See C-SPAN Archives at http://www.cspan.org or view online at http://www.c-span.org/videolibrary .

Jeffrey R. Gaynor, "Critical Infrastructure Protection/Assurance," A 21st Century National and Homeland Security Imperative, Presentation to: Computer Security and Information Assurance V: Best Practices and Lessons Learned Conference, Potomac Forum, Ltd., Washington, D.C., January 23, 2002.

Joel N. Gordes, "Cyberthreats and Grid Vulnerability," Paper presented at InfowarCon 2002, Washington, DC, September 5, 2002.

Paula D. Gordon, "Education and Training Initiatives Needed to Address Threats and Challenges to Homeland Security," August 14, 2002. Access at http://gordonhomeland.com. Also see http://www.mipt.org/pdf/education-traininginitiatives.pdf.

Paula D. Gordon, "Improving Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection and Continuity Efforts," March 25, 2003. Access at http://gordonhomeland.com.

Paula D. Gordon, “ The Homeland Security Impact Scale:  An Alternative Approach to Assessing Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection Efforts and a Frame of Reference for Understanding and Addressing Current Challenges” in “Improving Homeland Security & Critical Infrastructure Protection and Continuity Efforts.” Access at http://users.rcn.com/pgordon/homeland/thehomelandsecurityimpactscale.htm or use link at http://gordonhomeland.com .

Paula D. Gordon, Improving Homeland Security - Continuing Challenges and Opportunities.
Presentation to EIIP Virtual Forum, 3/24/2004 . Access at http://gordonhomeland.com.

“John Koskinen's Responses to Questions from Paula Gordon Concerning National and Global Aspects of Y2K, March 22, 2000 (With Notes Added 4/4/2000).” Access at http://users.rcn.com/pgordon/y2k/qa.html or click on link at http://users.rcn.com/pgordon/y2k/index.html .

Paula D. Gordon, "Strategic Planning and Y2K Technology Challenges: Lessons and Legacies for Homeland Security.” PA TIMES, Vol. 24, No. 11, November 2001. Also see http://gordonhomeland.com.

Paula D. Gordon, "Infrastructure Threats and Challenges: Before and After September 11, 2001.” PA Times, 24:12, December 2001, and Journal of Homeland Security, April 16, 2002. Also see http://gordonhomeland.com.

Paula D. Gordon, "International Relations and National Agendas After September 11, 2001.” PA TIMES, Vol. 25, Issue 2, February 2002. Also see http://gordonhomeland.com.

Paula D. Gordon, "Selected Homeland Security References and Resources," Business Briefing: Exploration and Production, Markets Research Centre, January 2003. See http://gordonhomeland.com.

Paula D. Gordon, "Using E-Technology to Advance Homeland Security Efforts.” PA TIMES, Vol. 25, No. 1, January 2002. Also access at http://gordonhomeland.com.

Paula D. Gordon, "Comparative Scenario and Options Analysis: Important Tools for Agents of Change Post 9/11 and Post Hurricane Katrina," Homeland Security Review, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2006. Also access at http://gordonhomeland.com or http://users.rcn.com/pgordon/homeland/optionsAnalysis.html.

Heritage Foundation - Homeland Security Task Force Report, January 2002,
http://www.heritage.org/homelanddefense/welcome.html.

Robert Lemos, "Nation's Infrastructure Far from Secure.” December 2, 2002, ZDNet http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1105-975677.html (article about the views of Ken Watson, head of the Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security, on the nation's infrastructure.)

Ted G. Lewis, Critical Infrastructure Protection in Homeland Security: Defending a Networked Nation. Wiley, 2006, ISBN - 13: 978-0-471-78628-3 and ISBN - 10 #047178284 (A CD accompanies the book.) (Note: The Lewis text on Critical Infrastructure Protection includes numerous technical portions that would be of particular interest to engineers and others with an extensive technical background.)

Richard G. Little, "Controlling Cascading Failure: Understanding the Vulnerabilities of Interconnected Infrastructures," Journal of Urban Technology, 9:1 (2002) 109 -123.

Richard G. Little, "Educating the Infrastructure Professional: A New Curriculum for a New Discipline," Public Works Management & Policy, 4:2 (October 1999) 93 - 99.

Richard G. Little, "Understanding and Controlling Cascading Failure: A Systems Approach to Multi-Hazard Mitigation." Presented at the 9th Annual Conference of the International Emergency Management Society Facing the Realities of the Third Millennium, May 14 - 17, 2002, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Richard G. Little, "The Role of Organizational Culture and Values in the Performance of Critical Infrastructure Systems" 10/11/2004. For abstract see http://www.ieeesmc2004.tudelft.nl/?menu=program.&slotid=127

J.D. Moteff, "Critical Infrastructures: Background, Policy, and Implementation" Updated July 30, 2002, Report to Congress, Congressional Research Service (December 2001), http://www.fas.org/irp/crs/RL30153.pdf.

J.D. Moteff, Claudia Copeland, and John Fischer, "Critical Infrastructures: What Makes an Infrastructure Critical?" August 30, 2002, http://www.fas.org/irp/crs/RL31556.pdf.

National Research Council, Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment, Protecting People and Buildings from Terrorism: Technology Transfer for Blast-effects Mitigation, National Academy of Sciences Press, 2001.

Eric Pianin, Marc Kaufman, Lucy Shackelford, et al., "How Experts Grade Homeland Security," The Washington Post, September 10, 2002, pp. A20 - A21.

Michael Scardaville and Jack Spencer, "9/11 One Year Later: Progress and Promise," Heritage Foundation Backgrounder No. 1584, September 10, 2002.
See http://www.heritage.org.

See the website of the Satellite Industry Association (http://www.sia.org/ ) for papers on Satellites as Critical Infrastructure and The Role of Satellites in Homeland Security.

The Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS) conducted simulation called Silent Vector in October 2002. The simulation was "of an increasingly credible but ambiguous terrorist attack on U.S. critical energy infrastructure." This CSIS effort involved hosting "a series of four roundtable working groups on topics of aviation security, nuclear security, the homeland threat advisory system, and security at chemical facilities. These working groups generated a number of lessons concerning the strategic importance of developing a balanced approach to homeland security." The report of entitled “Silent Vector Roundtable: Issues of Concern and Policy Recommendations” is posted at http://www.csis.org/isp/sv/SV_issues.pdf. For more information on the Silent Vector exercise, see http://www.csis.org/isp/sv/index.htm.

Dr. Roger Johnston heads the Vulnerability Assessment Team at Argonne National Laboratory. His group has compiled papers on a CD on the topics of cargo security, GPS spoofing, nuclear safeguards, physical security, rapid sampling tools, tamper indicator seals, and the conduct of vulnerability assessments. For a copy of this CD, contact
Roger Johnston, Ph.D., CPP, Vulnerability Assessment Team at rogerj@anl.gov . The CD includes work on GPS spoofing and remedies that is of particular importance. . Also see VAT home page: http://www.ne.anl.gov/capabilities/vat and Journal of Physical Securityhttp://jps.anl.gov .

A paper by Jon S. Warner and Roger G. Johnston on "GPS Spoofing Countermeasures" was originally published as Los Alamos research paper LAUR-03-6163. Contributors to this work included Anthony Garcia, Adam Pacheco, Ron Martinez, Leon Lopez, and Sonia Trujillo. See http://www.homelandsecurity.org/bulletin/Dual%20Benefit/warner_gps_spoofing.html.

Critical Infrastructure Task Force. Washington, DC: Homeland Security Advisory Council, January 2006 (50 pages). Accessed at: www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/HSAC_CITF_Report_v2.pdf

Homeland Security: DHS Is Taking Steps to Enhance Security at Chemical Facilities, but Additional Authority Is Needed. GAO-06-150, February 27, 2006. See http://www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-06-150 Highlights - http://www.gao.gov/highlights/d06150high.pdf .

International Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Handbook 2006 (Vol. I) An Inventory of 20 National and 6 International Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Policies. Authors: Isabelle Abele-Wigert, Myriam Dunn. Editors: Andreas Wenger, Victor Mauer. Published April 13, 2006 by The Center for Security Studies in Zurich, Switzerland. ISBN: 3-905696-07-X. Available in PDF form. From the Center's website at www.css.ethz.ch: "Volume I of the 2006 International Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) Handbook focuses on national government efforts to protect critical information infrastructure and provides an overview of CIIP protection practices in 20 countries and six international organizations. In this 2006 edition the scope has been extended and the country survey section expanded to include Asia, and in particular India, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, and Russia. Written with security policy analysts, researchers, and practitioners in mind, this publication can be used either as a reference work of current CIIP methods and models or as a starting point for further, in-depth research."

SCADA Security/Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Conferences.  Michael D. LeMay, Univ. of Illinois at Champaign Urbana. See http://lemaymdcom/uiuc/main.php?frag=links&title=Links.

National Infrastructure Fortification Strategies 2005 (December 5-7. 2005, Miami) This conference was to produce a requirements and solution domain document for use by industry and government that can guide the refinement and development of specific solution domains to the challenge of protecting and increasing the resilience of critical infrastructure. See http://www.ncsi.com/nifs05/agenda.shtml .

Infrastructure planning. Access at http://www.fas.org/irp/agency/dhs/index.html .

American Lifelines Alliance (ALA) Roundtable Summary Report. Protecting Our Critical Infrastructure: Findings and Recommendations from the ALA Roundtable. http://www.americanlifelinesalliance.org/pdf/RoundtableReportWebPosted081705.pdf. The American Lifelines Alliance (www.americanlifelinesalliance.org) is a public-private partnership intended to foster reliable performance of utility and transportation systems during and after the occurrence of natural hazards and man-made threat events.  The ALA's key clients and stakeholders are lifeline operators and the communities they serve, standards development organizations, engineering and risk management professionals, and policy makers. The ALA facilitates the development, dissemination, and implementation of planning, design, construction, rehabilitation, and risk management guidance and encourages use of this information to improve the performance and reliability of new and existing critical infrastructure lifelines against all hazards.  For additional information write Claret Heider, VP, The Building Seismic Safety Council and the Multihazard Mitigation Council of the National Institute of Building Sciences at cheider@nibs.org.

"The Public Entity Risk Institute (PERI) has just released a new book on the history of emergency management in the United States. The book, Emergency Management: The American Experience, 1900-2005 covers more than a century of catastrophic events including earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, droughts, a pandemic, and an explosion… (the book) provides a unique analytic approach, focusing on policy and administrative changes that have been implemented over the past century and providing historical context for the changes…(The book) was edited by Claire B. Rubin and designed for use as a textbook for college courses and a resource for policymakers, researchers, and emergency managers. The book is available in PERI's online bookstore at www.riskinstitute.org. Additional information including the full updated table of contents is available at http://www.riskinstitute.org/PERI/PTR/Emergency+Management+The+American+Experience+1900-2005.htm. A limited number of review copies are available for academics interested in using the book in their courses. To request a review copy, send an email to Pamela Marino at pmarino@riskinstitute.org. A Time Line Chart developed as a companion to the book can also be purchased.

Homeland Security: A Documentary History, by Bruce Maxwell, October 2004 CQ Press, ISBN:  1-56802-884-9. 512 pages

Homeland Security: A Complete Guide to Understanding, Preventing, and Surviving Terrorism by Mark A. Sauter and James Jay Carafano, McGraw Hill, 2005, ISBN 0-07-144064-X.

Introduction to Homeland Security by Jane Bullock, George Haddow, Damon Coppola, Erdem Ergin, Lisa Westerman, Sarp Yeletaysi. Hardcover. 552 pages. 2nd ed., 2006, Elsevier.

The Edge of Disaster ~ Rebuilding a Resilient Nation by Stephen E. Flynn (Released 2/20/2007) ISBN 1400065518.

The Resilient Enterprise ~ Overcoming Vulnerability for Competitive Advantage by Yossi Sheffi. Mitpress.mit.edu (2007). ISBN 978-0-262-69349-3 pb.

Critical Path ~ A Brief History of Critical Infrastructure Protection in the United States by Kathi Ann Brown (June 2006) Spectrum Publishing Group, Inc., Fairfax, VA www.spgidesign.com ISBN 978-0-913969-06-9.

Terrorism and Homeland Security ~ An Introduction with Applications by Philip Purpura, Butterworth-Heinemann (An imprint of Elsevier) 2007 ISBN 13: 978-0-7506-7843-8.

GAO, Critical Infrastructure Protection: Sector Plans and Sector Councils Continue to Evolve. GAO-07-706R, July 10, 2007. See http://www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-07-706R.

"Security Bug Exposes World's Critical Infrastructure" To read the full article, click here: http://www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-07-706R

David A. McEntire, Introduction to Homeland Security: Understanding Terrorism with an Emergency Management Perspective, Wiley, New York, 2008, ISBN:987-0-470-12752-0.

Paula D. Gordon, "The State of Emergency Management and Homeland Security" PA TIMES, Vol. 30, Issue 8, August 2007. (PA TIMES is a publication of the American Society for Public Administration.) Also see http://gordonhomeland.com or http://users.rcn.com/pgordon/homeland/stateofEM.html.

Department of Homeland Security, Office of Inspector General.  Efforts to Identify Critical Infrastructure Assets and Systems (OIG-09-86).  Washington, DC:  DHS OIG, June 2009, 52 pages.  Accessed at:  http://www.dhs.gov/xoig/assets/mgmtrpts/OIG_09-86_Jun09.pdf

The National Emergency Management Association (NEMA), in conjunction with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the assistance of numerous other organizations, has released a White paper July 10, 2009 entitled “Recommendations for an Effective National Mitigation Effort.” The white paper outlinedthe importance of mitigation efforts aimed at building disaster resiliency across the nation.” (8 pages)   Access at http://www.nemaweb.org/default.aspx?3177.

The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US CERT) at http://www.us-cert.gov/ .

Critical Infrastructure Resilience Final Report (9/09) (PDF, 54 pages - 287 KB). Access at http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/niac/niac_critical_infrastructure_resilience.pdf .

Framework for Dealing with Disasters and Related Interdependencies Final Report (7/09) (PDF, 57 pages - 255 KB ).

NIAC Critical Infrastructure Protection Strategic Assessment Final Report (10/08) (PDF, 64 pages - 500 KB).

Insider Threat to Critical Infrastructures Report and Recommendations (04/08) (PDF, 56 pages - 393 KB).

Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Events and the Critical Infrastructure Workforce Report and Recommendations (01/08) (PDF, 88 pages - 635 KB).

A video of the April 2003 PBS Frontline program entitled "Cyber War" is available through PBS Video 1-800-424-7963. #FROL - 2116. 60 minutes. Go to http://www.pbs.org and search on "cyberwar.”

For background interviews and material bearing on the April 2003 PBS Frontline program on "Cyber War", go to http://www.pbs.org and search on "cyberwar" or see
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/cyberwar/experts/ and
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/cyberwar/talk/ .

Transcript of interview with Joe Weiss for the April 2003 PBS Frontline program on "Cyber War." Access at http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/cyberwar/interviews/weiss.html .

Transcript of interview with O. Sami Saydhari for the April 2003 PBS Frontline program on "Cyber War." Access at http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/cyberwar/interviews/saydjari.html .

GAO Report: Critical Infrastructure Protection: Update to National Infrastructure Protection Plan Includes Increased Emphasis on Risk Management and Resilience. GAO-10-296, March 5, 2010. Access at http://www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-10-296 Highlights - http://www.gao.gov/highlights/d10296high.pdf .

Martin J. Alperen, April 2011. Foundations of Homeland Security, Law and Policy, John Wiley and Sons, Publisher, http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470596988.html This book was designed for an introductory course in homeland security. It contains edited statutes and policy documents organized in to twenty-six different topic areas.

Video on the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2009 Infrastructure Report Card. Access at http://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/ .

The Infrastructure Security Partnership (TISP).  Regional Disaster Resilience:  A Guide for Developing an Action Plan.  Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, June 2006, 44 pages.  Access at http://www.tisp.org/rdr_guide .

Ted Lewis, Bak's Sand Pile, Strategies for a Catastrophic World. Agile Press. 2011 “Lewis discusses how modern systems are designed to be low-cost, efficient and optimized for profitability and how as a result, our critical infrastructures have evolved into fragile, error-prone systems. He proposes a unifying theory that challenges the reader to see the connections between and among, complex modern systems so that modern society may survive the catastrophes to come.”

Interview in 2004 in which Ivor van Heerden, a hurricane expert at Louisiana State University, had described what would happen in a Category 3 hurricane is a great education and training resource.  Here is an excerpt about interview from http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/orleans/vanheerden.html : "Since 2001, he and colleagues have been generating computer models of how a major storm could inundate the region in and around New Orleans. And he and his team sought tenaciously—at times desperately—to have their warnings heeded by government officials..." A follow up interview with Ivor van Heerden after Katrina is also included at http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/orleans/vanh-post.html .

“Hurricane Pam and Hurricane Katrina: Pre-Event 'Lessons Learned'” Transcript December 14, 2005, EIIP Virtual Forum http://www.emforum.org and click on 'Transcript' or go directly to http://www.emforum.org/vforum/lc051214.htm .

Russel L. Honore, Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, Presentation on "Hurricane Katrina Military Response", Houston Forum, Houston, Texas, February 13, 2006.  "Hurricane Katrina Military Response," http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/id/155435.
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