From Homeland Security Today, on the Secretary's European trip:
The focal point of the trip, Napolitano explained, will be to extend collaborative relationships with a variety of nations on counter-terror initiatives.
Napolitano stressed a need to “keep focus on the counter-terrorism aspect” of the Department.
Napolitano said that while in Ireland she plans to evaluate aviation preclearance operations. Shortly afterward in the UK she plans to meet with the new home secretary Allen Johnson and the new transportation secretary Lord Andrew Adonis on a number of issues, including cyber security, violent extremism and civil aviation security.
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National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD) Director of the Office of Infrastructure Protection’s Infrastructure Security Compliance Division Sue Armstrong will present an overview of the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program at the 2009 Chemical Sector Security Summit
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