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Emergency Management (Mitigation) Policy Analysis Research Paper

… President Carter is reported to have "transmitted to the Congress, the Reorganization Plan Number 3 (3 CFR 1978, 5 U.S. Code 903). The stated and achieved intent of this plan was to consolidate emergency preparedness, mitigation, and response activities into one federal emergency management organization. The President proclaimed that the plan would provide for the establishment of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and that the FEMA Director would report directly to the President." (Haddow, 2006) This was passed on June 19, 1978. It is reported that Reorganization Plan No.3 "transferred the following agencies or functions to FEMA: National Fire Prevention Control Administration (Department of Commerce); Federal Insurance Administration (HUD); Federal Broadcast System (Executive Office of the President); Defense Civil Preparedness Agency (DOD); Federal Disaster…. [read more]


Disaster Management the Transformation Research Paper

… The stated intention of this shuffling of agencies and jurisdictions would be to bring a greater level of coordination to the roles served by first-responders at the local level, officials at the state level and agencies at the federal level. The intention would be to create a multijurisdicaitonal and multiagency approach to coordinating the roles of those first on the ground with the resource capacity of those coming from the federal level to assist. The events connecting the creation of the new Department of Homeland Security to the mismanagement of local response to 9/11 would actually be consistent with an historical pattern.

Disaster Management policy has a long history of responsive transformation. That is, often in the wake of a catastrophic disaster, flaws are revealed…. [read more]


HUD's Human Resource Management Research Paper

… These HR system goals and practices are based on some major components in human resource management. One of the components of HUD’s human resource system’s goals and practices is facilitating talent management. The agency human resource management professionals believe that promoting talent management is an important component toward recruiting and hiring a qualified workforce. Therefore, the agency has established different programs that enable the HR department to manage talent within the workforce.

Secondly, the agency’s HR goals and practices relating to recruitment and hiring a qualified workforce incorporate conducting an internal assessment of personnel needs and using this information in making recruitment and hiring decisions. In this regard, the organization ensures that personnel decisions are made based on the existing needs and corporate human…. [read more]


Emergency Management and Communications Interoperability Research Proposal

… Emergency Management and Communications Interoperability

In an emergency situation, it is vitally important to have adequate communication software in place to ensure the speedy response of emergency personnel. Indeed, ideally, such systems would be free from failure and allow rescue workers to save the maximum amount of lives. The reality is however rather less than ideal, as demonstrated by the devastation of September 11, 2001 and Hurricane Katrina. In order to remedy the situation, interoperability issues need to be addressed.

The other side of the coin is however, would such attention adversely affect local jurisdictions in terms of cost and time investments? Conversely, the research might also ask - how much importance in terms of funding can be placed upon a human life? The dichotomy…. [read more]


National Disaster Management by Federal Interagency Working Groups Collaboration Emphasis Housing Matters Article

… ¶ … inter-agency collaboration to facilitate cross-departmental efforts to deliver emergency preparedness response including an integration of the Housing for Urban Development program to the National Disaster Housing Strategy. The research shows that Federal policies administered by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA), and the Housing of Urban Development, proved ineffective in handling the emergencies faced domestically, notably the lack of a coordinated response to Hurricane Katrina. The Federal emergency response is contingent on the integrated network of communications linkage between the responsible agencies and inter-agency collaboration has shown to be the framework to enable coordinated responses to mitigate future disasters.

Background

Since the creation of modern government administration, Federal Inter-agency Planning has been non-existent in the framework of…. [read more]


HUD Is a Public Program Research Paper

… As an organization, HUD uses group thinking in order to be effective management for people that need help with public housing assistance. In group decision making, group thinking is a part of the decision making process for HUD to manage public housing. Group thinking calls for the tendency of group members to conform to the consensus viewpoint in group decision making. For example, instead of one person making the decision, it would benefit the group if everybody in the group would express their ideas until they come up with one idea together. Group thinking requires conformity so that it focus on the interpersonal transaction between group members. Leaders of the group are seen as part of the group decision making process by having a quality…. [read more]


Clinger-Cohen Act Defines Information Technology Term Paper

… Able to handle the agency's IT Security Program for automated information systems, as well as develop agency-wide policy for the security and control of information resources in either direct or indirect manner in relation to the activities of the Department;

Can implement a Department-wide communications Internet/Intranet strategy;

Be able to organize and sustain all enterprise-wide information technology;

Can develop suggestions and implement information technology solutions that should be designed for improvement and allow agency business processes;

Finally, can develop and give technology standards to guarantee business alignment and as well as encourage a feasible enterprise technology framework (Intervista Institute).

Works Cited

Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996: Section 5002(3). U.S. Department of Justice.

A www.ed.gov

Powers of the Secretary. About HUD. Homes & Communities: U.S. Department of…. [read more]


Challenges Faced by Information Technology (IT) Managers Term Paper

… Roles and Responsibilities of an it Manager in an Organization

RESPONSIBILITIES of the it MANAGER

CHALLENGES FACED by it MANAGERS

CONTRIBUTION to the ORGANIIZATION

An information technology manager plays a number of roles in an organization. The responsibilities of an it manager vary from organization to organization, depending on the size and operations of the organization. The tasks of an information technology manager generally move beyond the development, maintenance and security of the computer and information networks. In addition to that, a number of people who work in this field also address the responsibility of specializing in a particular aspect of the field of information technology. This paper explores the role and responsibilities of an it manager.

Roles and Responsibilities of an it Manager in…. [read more]


HUD Department of Housing Research Paper

… A disgusting result was obtained from a new audit from city Controller John Liu discovered that city bureaucrats paid out $11.8 million in rent subsidies in recent years to nearly 4,000 people too dead to enjoy them (Einhorn, 2011). Since the money obviously didn't benefit the deceased, instead relatives and landlords were using the funding for their own benefit. This represents a total lack of accountability by the city's housing authority.

Other problems identified in New York City regarding their local housing authority include not sending out their vouchers for section eight recipients causing them trouble with their rent status. The housing authority blamed a new computer and phone system for not being able to process the tenets requests. Several of the victims impacted have…. [read more]


Pathway to Organizational Management Term Paper

… Pathway to Organizational Management

With the proper education and tools in Organizational Management one can be the driving force behind a company's growth and prosperity. The beginning of any business decision should include a five (5) and ten (10) year business plan, as well as, people who can manage and contribute to its continuation in growth. Starting with a vision and a mission statement creates the foundation from which to build upon.

Planning is vital for an organization in order for it to achieve its desired objectives, and must be commenced at each and every step of its development. it's essential to first plan on a broad organization-wide level and then to drill down through the diverse levels of the organization so that everyone within…. [read more]


Functions, Rationale, & Impact of HUD Essay

… Consequently, the number of individuals receiving federal housing assistance has significantly declined similar to the proportion of low-income households that need it. While HUD has increased deep-subsidy assistance, the growth in housing needs has overshadowed the increase and widened the housing assistance gap (Kingsley, 2017). This implies that HUD requires more personnel to assess and identify these housing needs in order to address the widening gap. Since the gap is expected to continue widening in the near future, existing personnel at HUD are likely to be over-burdened. The increased demands would, in turn, generate complexities in personnel management practices adopted by this department.

The second current event involving HUD that might have implications for personnel management is the department’s seeming inability to resolve never-ending…. [read more]


Organizational Culture and Sustained Competitive Dissertation

… This study will survey a number of organizations in a variety of industries in an attempt to find consensus in the strategic application of organizational cultural concepts.

This study will not result in a unified definition of culture, competition, or competitive advantage that will apply uniformly to all organizations in every situation. However, it will serve in the development of criteria that organizations can utilize to help determine the characteristics of their own organization and how they can be used to an improve the sustainability of their organization. This research will play an important role in the development of processes for analyzing and developing an organizational culture that maximizes the organization strengths and minimizes its weaknesses. It will examine the state of knowledge in organizations…. [read more]


Goal Statement Term Paper

… Deloitte Fellowship in Emergency Preparedness demands a fellow who excels in strategic planning, has a demonstrated ability to coordinate available resources, and can communicate effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds and cultures. My areas of research while obtaining my M.A. In International Communication at American University have focused on structural adjustment programs to improve the economic and social condition of women in developing East Asian nations and the institutional role of the United Nations to address gender inequities in rural women in Nepal. Both are examples of how my background has honed my ability to analyze how structural reform and international institutional support and planning can address social ills and community needs. This research has been an extension of my earlier internship with the UN…. [read more]


Justification Thesis

… 35).

Research questions that address those purposes

What are considered the five most successful and five least successful multi-agency (federal, state, local government and civilian) disaster response collaborations where the lead agency was federal, particularly surrounding but not limited to cases of ground or drinking water contamination (including floods; toxic chemical spills; and the like) since 2005? By what criteria were the disaster mitigation responses evaluated and what similarities and differences do these evaluations reflect, that may be combined into a uniform disaster preparedness 'failure prevention' schema? 'Who or what to be studied' includes federal lead agencies in collaborative disaster response. 'Concepts and variables' will be performance evaluation criteria.

Rationale supporting this position

Congress severely chastised FEMA and Texas HUD for their handling of Katrina…. [read more]


Human Services Case Term Paper

… If the client does not qualify for Medicaid she will have to seek coverage for her children through the Children Health Insurance Program.

7. Once the client has been able to apply for the above services it will be important to follow up with her regarding why the father(s) of her children are not involved in their care and upbringing. Counseling and guidance will be provided to help her to contact the Friend of the Court, locate the father(s) of her children, and to take the appropriate steps to get them involved in the financial support of the children.

8. The client stated she wished to eventually find employment but she could not afford day care. There are a couple of alternatives that she can…. [read more]


Emergency and Disaster Management: Hurricanes Research Paper

… According to the director of the Disaster Recovery Unit in the Office of Community Development, Michael Taylor, "There are still thousands of homeowners who have applied to the program and are awaiting their awards" (as qtd. In Muhammad, 2007).

FEMA also undertook considerable efforts to provide housing to the individuals and households that had been displaced by the hurricane. Among other efforts, the Federal Emergency Management Agency also provided accommodations to individuals in the hotels as they were at displaced from corner to corner in the country. However, it was found out that even though FEMA was responsible for paying hotel costs, it did not call the hotels for the collection of registration information regarding the individuals to whom the hotel accommodations were provided. The…. [read more]


Aviation Safety Research Paper

… Many factors must be considered in the design of technology for use by humans. This applies to any field, but is particularly important in the aviation industry. The human must be able to understand and interact with the technology in a way that produces the desired results. Technology must be designed so that it is comfortable and does not produce strain on the human user. It must be designed to make certain that no ill affects are experienced by the human user. It must also be designed in a way that does not increase fatigue on the user (McCloy, 2010c). All of these elements must be considered in the design of any technology that will be utilized by a human counterpart at some time in…. [read more]


Senate Confirmed Political Appointees IGS HUD and DHS Capstone Project

… Political Appointees-Senate Confirmed for Inspector Generals (IGs) for two (2) Federal agencies since inception [Dept. Of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Dept. Of Homeland Security (DHS-since 2005?)]

This project aims to improve the quality, consistency, and comprehensiveness of Open source/Public World Wide Web Access regarding political appointees in American government. Political appointees play a storied role in American government. No other industrialized democracy appoints such a large, wide-ranging class of political executives, as does the U.S. federal government. and, particularly over the last four decades, their numbers have increased substantially. Reform of the appointees process has been a topic of advocacy for decades. This year reform might actually occur, but if history is a guide, while fixing the system may be easier said than…. [read more]


Nurses Role in Mental Health Care at VA Medical Center Essay

… Nurses Role in Mental Health Care at VA Medical Center

Application for a DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice) Program

DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice) executive leadership is a program that prepares nurses with masters' degree for headship roles in the highly technology-oriented system of healthcare. I am interested in this program given that the program will help me broaden my skills in business intelligence, finance, leadership, research in health services and health care policy. More so, it is my belief that the program will facilitate development of decisive thinking skills making me a more marketable leader in the field of nursing.

I am presently working as program coordinator for mental health intensive case management (MHICM) program that is considered an Executive Career Field (ECF) position.…. [read more]


Rural Higher Education the Social Literature Review

… Rural Higher Education

Higher Education

The Social and Economic Impacts of Institutes of Higher Learning on Rural Communities

According to the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO, 1992), rural communities face unique challenges due to their remoteness, low population density, and dependence on a particular industry. The remoteness of rural areas leads to several challenges. The GAO (1992) explains that businesses in urban areas benefit from agglomeration, or "efficiencies gained when industries locate in close proximity" (p. 3). Businesses in rural areas are unable to reap this benefit. Additionally, residents in rural areas tend to be less informed about economic changes on the national and global level than residents in urban areas and may lack access to expertise and specialized knowledge (GAO, 1992). The lack of…. [read more]


FHA's Default Insurance Program Had Still Has Strategically Provides for or Creates Public Value Case Study

… FHA'S DEFAULT INSURANCE PROGRAM STRATEGICALLY PROVIDES FOR OR CREATES PUBLIC VALUE: A CASE STUDY

This work in writing has as its objective the investigation of whether the Federal Housing Administration's Default Insurance Program (DIP) effective meets the stated purpose of creating public value by encouraging financial institutions to increase lending for mortgages to provide affordable home ownership to those families unable to quality under standard industry criteria.

Theoretical Framework

The theoretical framework for this research is the concept that government security to mortgage lenders creates a situation in which financial institutions are more willing to lend money to low-income homebuyers. In turn, when financial institutions have a greater incentive to lend money to homebuyers who otherwise would not qualify for a mortgage, public value is…. [read more]


Strategic Communication Leading Through Strategic Communication: Hurricane A-Level Coursework

… Strategic Communication

Leading Through Strategic Communication: Hurricane Sandy Superstorm Guidance and Assistance for FHA Insured Recipients

In Class Goal Setting

The goal of the program is to ensure strategic communication to inform FHA insured recipients of assistance they are eligible for following Hurricane Sandy.

Audience Goal Behavior/Action

Emergency/Government Agencies Service Provision Strategic communication to public

FHA Homeowners and Renters Receipt of Service Receipt of viable information on receiving services and aid

These actions are feasible for each agency listed. The barriers to action for each agency are reaching the appropriate people with the appropriate communication and information.

Description of Audience

Government Agency

If this agency provides optimum communication rather than inferior communication then our agency will be able to effectively provide services to those impacted…. [read more]


Mortgage Fraud if a Rash Term Paper

… " To this phenomenal burden was added the additional costs of suburban ownership such as the necessity of owning a car for transportation to remote work locations, and the upkeep of suburban lifestyles. Within only a few decades, foreclosures began again, and the younger generation watched their parents dreams seem increasingly removed. Financing changed once again, as Fannie Mae began offering more flexible options such as adjustable-rate mortgages and the resurrection of the balloon payment. Meanwhile, the weight of mortgages served to settle the older generation into political and economic stagnation, something that many youth in the 1960s and 1970s protested against as a hidden cost of suburbia.

So one may be able to see a certain degree to which mortgages are inherently exploitative. A…. [read more]


Prohibitively Rising Cost of Housing Term Paper

… HOME is a program that is designed to specifically create affordable housing for low-income Americans. Countrywide, over 200,000 first-time homebuyers have received assistance thought the HOME program (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, News Release, BUSH).

In addition, Woonsocket, Rhode Island will receive a grant of $2.2 million in HUD assistance. Of this amount, $550,000 will be directed to the HOME) program. Says Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez, "These grants do so much good for so many people," Martinez said. "This money helps communities do the critical work of stimulating business development and job growth, providing affordable housing and helping our most vulnerable neighbors" (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, News Release, BUSH).

Another agency that serves to ensure housing is…. [read more]


Housing for the Mentally Ill Research Paper

… Housing for the Mentally Ill: Psychological Effect and Sociological Factors That Determine How Mentally Ill People Are Incorporated Into Society

A primarily problem for many individuals who are mentally ill is coping with every day problems that are not directly related to their mental illness and one of these is the securing and maintenance of a residence. Facilities that are local to Tennessee residents attempt to secure patients with housing however obstacles including budget cuts, the rising costs of living and opposition from insurance companies are ever present.

This work intends to examine this phenomenon, expose redundancies and waste, and propose some ideas for solutions. This issue was specifically chosen since it involves both the areas of Psychology and Sociology as the writer of this…. [read more]


African-American Housing: Chicago Study Chicago Term Paper

… African-American Housing: Chicago Study

Chicago Housing Study

African-American Housing Disparities

Historical Chicago Housing Facts

Covenants

The Gautreaux Case

Recent Studies and Their Findings

Chicago Housing Study

African-American Housing Disparities

The objective of this work is to examine the status and condition of African-Americans as compared to whites in the area of housing specifically in the city of Chicago, Illinois both historically and presently relating to access to and cost of affordable housing with statistical information included relating to the proportion and number of both groups that occupy public and privately own housing, the median/average monthly payment for housing. Finally this work will review how these facts relate to the overall lives of African-American living in the United States.

Historical Chicago Housing Facts

The work of…. [read more]


Transformative Adult Education Thesis

… Transformative Adult Education

Did you notice any common themes in the three articles or conflicts and tensions in the ideas expressed by the different authors of the articles?

What is the purpose of adult education? Is it to help the individual pursue a more fruitful economic life? Is it to help the learner realize personal goals, such as achieving a sense of personal fulfillment or finding a 'voice' in defiance of social and community-imposed norms? Is it to show disenchanted adult learners that the educational process can 'work for them'? Or is it to act as a medium of political change in a community? While most educational theorists grant that adult education has the potential to create changes within the individual and society, whether the…. [read more]


Strategic Plan and Analysis Term Paper

… The total population of this first Distressed Community is in excess of 56,000 with 42.45% of the households living below the poverty line. The rate of joblessness is 10.43% which is 2.5 times the national average. Most significantly, the West End possesses a household base which is fully determined for the renovation of their community by means of the broad community-speared Empowerment zone. (Part VI Worksheets Worksheet 4: CDFI Distressed Community Activities)

Geographic location

Out of the twelve localities where the Bank caters to, nine are situated immediately in the western part of the downtown corridor and are called as the West End. Nevertheless, the West End also is famous for several of Louisville's very stunning and momentous housing establishments. Two renowned Olmstead parks dot…. [read more]


Florida's Homeless Introduction and Demographics Term Paper

… Resources

The last decade has brought homelessness to the forefront of social issues, and coalitions have been working toward getting more and more governmental support. As a result, several efforts have been made on federal, state and local levels to help Florida's homeless population.

Federal

The U.S. Congress enacted the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act in 1987. This legislation authorized about 14 different federal programs to aid the homeless. These funds were made available to states, local governments and community agencies for many homeless assistance programs, including outreach, prevention, emergency shelter, transitional and supported housing, health care, alcohol and drug abuse rehabilitation centers, mental health centers, educational facilities, job training and veteran reintegration.

Since its enactment, Florida has received about $260 million in McKinney…. [read more]


Primus Epic Integrated Avionics System Honeywell Aerospace Research Paper

… Primus Epic® Integrated Avionics System - Honeywell Aerospace

What is Primus Epic® Integrated Avionics System?

There are standard avionics systems that are independent components and which are assembled to work as a whole in an aircraft. There will be different demands by different types of aircraft and systems like navigation, flight plan and landing accessories and data and flight analysis are all incorporated using supplies from specialized manufacturers and integrated for individual aircrafts. This often brings about component suitability and portability issues. The answer is to create a system that incorporates all the required features into one compact system that can deliver all requirements using one set of hardware, data and software. This requirement is fulfilled by the Primus Epic. Primus Epic is an integrated…. [read more]

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