This discussion response asks students to provide their views on whether creating a department with a quarter-million employees was the best solution for reorganizing US national security after the 9/11 terrorist attack.

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This discussion response asks students to provide their views on whether creating a department with a quarter-million employees was the best solution for reorganizing US national security after the 9/11 terrorist attack.

THIS IS A DISCUSSION RESPONSE NOT AN ESSAY !! Please read the following instructions to answer the discussion questions below. Please also read the following chapters and watch the following videos Bullock & Colleagues: Chapter 1 – 2
Nacos Book: Chapters 1 – 3
Watch the following videos https://mediaweb.fiu.edu/Mediasite/Play/36a742dee87949f6a997fc6171ed07511d
https://mediaweb.fiu.edu/Mediasite/Play/f90f27ceb53d4e4ebbb526e2339712181d
https://mediaweb.fiu.edu/Mediasite/Play/85d8924658ef41209b8c7e7504c360c71d
For all discussion assignments in this course, you are required to provide your own independent response to the query below and also give at least one other response to the comment of another student. Students are expected to post high quality messages (e.g., well-written, addressing multiple perspectives, citing sources, etc.) that are related to the discussion topic. The original response must include at least one citation from the lecture (e.g., Peacock lecture, Module 3, Video 2) or the assigned reading material.
Module 1 Query: After the 9/11 terrorist acts in 2002, Congress and the executive branch began the process of standing up a new department for homeland security that now employs nearly one-quarter million employees. Though the 22 agencies that came from four other cabinet-level departments continue with their former responsibilities (such as import duties enforcement or natural disaster management), they are now part of a larger organization (org chart on p. 69 of the Bullock book) that is primarily tasked with preventing and responding to domestic terrorist threats. Police researchers remain uncertain whether a single national bureaucracy was the optimal solution to the country’s homeland security or whether better coordination among multiple agencies is ideal. Drawing on my lecture and your assigned readings, please provide your views on whether building a department with a quarter-million employees would be your first step in reorganizing US national security after the 9/11 terrorist attack.

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