Emergency Management Innovation

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Assignment 2: Fusion Center Branching Scenario Paper Compose a minimum 4 page paper that critically evaluates fusion centers based on what you have learned from experiencing the fusion center branching scenario and from the assigned readings for this unit. Specifically address the following, supporting your analysis and evaluation with a minimum of four scholarly references: • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of fusion centers • Discuss how FCs (Fusion Center) can innovate the way to manage Homeland Security in these specific areas: Technical Innovations, System Innovations, Protocol Innovations, and Management Innovations • Identify recommended changes to improve the FC system as though were a homeland security advisor to POTUS(President of the United States) and/or the SEC-DHS (Secretary of The Department of Homeland Security) • Identify and apply four specific organizational behavior theories and/or management theories to the day-to-day operations and issues in FCs

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1RISK MANAGEMENTEMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INNOVATIONNameStudent AffiliationDate2RISK MANAGEMENTEMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INNOVATIONDue to the growing needs that have been witnessed globally especially regarding a threatawareness, the federal government in the United States have established fusion centers. Thesecenters serve as the focal points from which d=threats are analyzed both the local level and statelevel. Within the fusion centers a complete overhaul for a given threat is analyzed, possible targetgroups are identified as well as any other information that may be useful in mitigating the effectsemanating from the disasters (Qi, 2013). While the fusion centers were created as a method forseparating the conventional hindrances hindering data sharing between government, state, andneighborhood powers, fusion centers serve as a storehouse for data social occasion, investigation,and spread inside of all levels of the law requirement and national security group, another studydischarged by the Homeland Security Policy Institute, delegates from were questioned on theircapacities inside of the country security and knowledge undertaking and considerable discoverieswhich were astonishing were brought to light. Among the major concerns were on the fusioncenters data integrity. The study inferred that their level of digital mindfulness and capacity toreact to dangers are not what they ought to be. The US' national system of fusion centers is notcompletely utilized i

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