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DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY SECRETARY RIDGE APPROVES INITIAL NATIONAL RESPONSE PLAN

U. S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge today announced approval of the Initial National Response Plan (INRP), an interim plan designed to help develop a unified approach to domestic incident management across the Nation.  more

 

FACT SHEET:  Initial National Response Plan

What the Initial National Response Plan does for America's homeland security: The INRP represents a significant first step towards an overall goal of integrating the current family of Federal domestic prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery plans into a single all-discipline, all-hazards plan.  more

 

REMARKS BY PRESIDENT ON SIGNING OF HOMELAND SECURITY APPROPRIATIONS ACT

THE PRESIDENT - Many of you have served your country for years, in agencies with proud histories and honored traditions. Some of you are new to the federal service. All of us share a great responsibility. Our job is to secure the American homeland, to protect the American people. And we're meeting that duty together.  more

 

FACT SHEET:  FY 2004 Budget

Today President Bush signed the first ever homeland security appropriations bill at the Department of Homeland Security, continuing his commitment to protect the American people. Overall, the Department?s FY 2004 budget authority totals $37.6 billion: $30.4 billion provided by the Congress plus an additional $7.2 billion in fees.  more