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Originally aired October 17th @ 3:05pm
In his first appearance on Federal News Radio, Administrator Craig Fugate talks about the role of his agency, his goals and why the public needs to always be prepared for an emergency.
Arlington will hold a forum to help people become better prepared to handle emergencies.
Let WTOP help you get prepared for emergencies that may arise.
Federal and state governments need to evaluate their supply chain capabilities in preparation for national emergencies. Robert Handfield, author of an IBM Center for The Business of Government report, explains.
Earthquakes in the D.C. area are rare, but the 3.6 magnitude earthquake early Friday morning certainly got people thinking about them.
Live at The CIO Forum and Executive Summit-October 2007
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