QUESTIONS???

Is HOMELAND SECURITY meant to be an “ENTERPRISE” not the SS ENTERPRISE of star trek ( if you make any associations there its a coincidence I’m sure ) well lets let them speak for themselves. [Conservatives of old would not be happy in this expansion of government but perhaps now that it is termed “enterprise” its “conservative” so o.k.] ???

https://www.dhs.gov/topic/homeland-security-enterprise

QUESTIONS???

Is HOMELAND SECURITY meant to be an “ENTERPRISE” not the SS ENTERPRISE of star trek ( if you make any associations there its a coincidence I’m sure ) well lets let them speak for themselves. [Conservatives of old would not be happy in this expansion of government but perhaps now that it is termed “enterprise” its “conservative” so o.k.] ???

https://www.dhs.gov/topic/homeland-security-enterprise

QUESTIONS???

The enhanced collaboration between the federal government, SLTT and private sector partners represents the new standard through which we view homeland security. THE NEW STANDARD? THROUGH WHICH WE (WHO?) VEIW HOMELAND SECURITY. SO THEIR ARE “PRIVATE PATNERS” WHO HAVE CLASSIFIED STATUS??? CHECKS AND BALANCES? WHO VOTES ON THESE PEOPLE WHO NOW HAVE THIS “HOMELAND SECURITY” “AUTHORITY OVER WE THE PEOPLE???

Does each local fusion center-citizen corp- infragaurd all have their own chairperson or ceo are they all on a clandestine “homeland security payroll” coming out of workers paychecks adding to the 22 trillion dollars in debt we have already??? just a question. Perhaps they are all volunteers.

Fusion Centers

Fusion Centers are state-owned and operated centers that serve as focal points in states and major urban areas for the receipt, analysis, gathering and sharing of threat-related information between State, Local, Tribal and Territorial (SLTT), federal and private sector partners.

The National Network of Fusion Centers (National Network) brings critical context and value to Homeland Security and Law Enforcement that no other federal or local organization can replicate. Fusion Centers accomplish this through sharing information, providing partners with a unique perspective on threats to their state or locality and being the primary conduit between frontline personnel, state and local leadership and the rest of the Homeland Security Enterprise.

The National Network of Fusion Centers is the hub of much of the two-way intelligence and information flow between the federal government and our State, Local, Tribal and Territorial (SLTT) and private sector partners. The fusion centers represent a shared commitment between the federal government and the state and local governments who own and operate them. Individually, each is a vital resource for integrating information from national and local sources to prevent and respond to all threats and hazards. The enhanced collaboration between the federal government, SLTT and private sector partners represents the new standard through which we view homeland security.

https://www.dhs.gov/fusion-centers