Coast Guard : efforts to identify Arctic requirements are by Stephen L Caldwell; United States. Government Accountability

By Stephen L Caldwell; United States. Government Accountability Office

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Sovereignty, gather intelligence, and respond to incidents. Senior District 17 officials stated that they had taken actions to try to increase their Arctic awareness. S. waters. Additionally, the Coast Guard will continue its summer deployments in 2010 and pursue a contract to purchase data for 10 additional AIS sites from the Marine Exchange of Alaska. Three of these sites are expected to 45 The Alaska Joint Terrorism Task Force is comprised of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and 14 core agencies, which conduct counterterrorism investigations and intelligence collection, analysis, and dissemination throughout Alaska; prepare for special events management; and conduct crisis management.

Communicating these results, once known, is essential and we agree with this intent, but also believe it is important for the Coast Guard to begin to communicate now with key stakeholders about its ongoing planning process and related progress to keep stakeholders engaged in this process. We believe it is important in the public sector, and perhaps even more so with respect to Arctic issues given the many uncertainties, that policy making be transparent regarding the goals and outcomes to be achieved as well as the processes used in achieving them.

S. Arctic Research Commission, and the Departments of State, Defense, and Commerce regarding the Coast Guard’s efforts to prepare for increasing Arctic activity. S. Arctic Research Commission, and the Denali Commission 2 ), three Alaska state departments (Fish and Game; Natural Resources; and Commerce, Community and Economic Development), one Alaska Native interest group (Alaska Native Regional Corporation 3 ), and six private or nonprofit organizations representing various Arctic interests including those related to shipping, cruise line activities, resource extraction, fishing, and environmental protection.

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