Public-Private Partnerships in Homeland Security
Advance Praise for The Business of Counterterrorism
ADVANCE PRAISE FOR
THE BUSINESS OF COUNTERTERRORISM
“While public-private partnerships (PPPs) are certainly on the forefront of U.S. achievements in the domestic response to the terrorist threat, much writing on them doesn’t present the complete picture. Unlike its predecessors, The Business of Counterterrorism provides a comprehensive and direct view of the growing importance of PPPs to homeland security. An outstanding contribution by Busch and Givens.”
—General Norton Schwartz, United States Air Force (retired); President and CEO, Business Executives for National Security (BENS)
“Busch and Givens present a prolific view of counterterrorism in the context of public and private partnerships. In this unique analysis, the authors leverage historical events (both positive and tragic) to establish a foundation for sustaining and improving our nation’s security. Much can be learned from reading this work; may it be read by many and spawn further thought and discussion!”
—Jeffrey D. Wassmer, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Spectrum; Chairman of the Virginia Port Authority
“For those of us who were in the trenches in the beginning, I wish we would have had this common sense book to read.”
—From the Foreword, Admiral James M. Loy, Acting Secretary, Department of Homeland Security, 2005; Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, 2003–2005; Administrator, Transportation Security Administration, 2002–2003; Commandant, United States Coast Guard, 1998–2002
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