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This is done through physical manning of the borders as well as regulations of items that enter the country through customs. In collaboration with this is the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency (Reese, 2013). This agency enforces immigration laws as well as securing cyberspace for all citizens and visitors to the United States. On the other hand, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is mandated with securing all commercial modes of transport on land, air, pipelines, rail and highways.
While on the water, security is offered by the United States Coast Guard (USCG). The USCG is the only military part of the DHS that secures rivers, seas, lakes and all maritime infrastructures. The final part of DHS is the United States Secret Service (USSS) which is mandated with securing the financial system as well providing security to the president and all other dignitaries (Reese, 2013). In the event that there is a terrorist attack the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is mandated to prepare to deal with the catastrophe as well offer relief to citizens.
CBP and the TSA play the largest role in counter terrorism. These two missions are involved with the actual vetting and physical search of would be terrorists and their tools of trade. The TSA handles pat-down and screening using the Screening of passengers by Observational techniques (SPOT). These random checks and mandatory pat-downs for anyone boarding a plane are physically demanding in the face of maintaining individual rights to privacy; as well as maintaining proper personal space for the travelers. On the other CBP has to man the borders and conduct checks across popular entry points used by immigrants who are willing to put their own lives in danger just to get into the United States (Reese, 2013).
The sheer size of the area that needs to be covered is a staffing concern for the national government and the CBP who face financial
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Between a selfish free for-all in which we ignore the fate of the losers, and a future in which the strong and successful accept their responsibilities, showing global vision and leadership.” ~ Kofi Annan, UN Secretary-General, January 1999 (World Economic Forum, 1999) Introduction 21st century has observed a paradigm change in the public perception of multi-national corporations a shift away from idolizing capitalism and maximizing shareholder value.
I understand the penalties that apply for plagiarism and agree to be bound by these rules. The work I am submitting electronically is entirely my own work. Signed: (Please type your name) Date: 5th APRIL 2013 Executive summary The environment of conducting business today is not that stable and peaceful hence businesses have to find ways of penetrating so as to be successful.
The capital market stakeholders comprises of banks, private lenders or venture capitalists that may have provided any form of financing for the company's capital requirements. Whereas, the list of organizational stakeholders include employees who work for the company, managers and non managerial staff of the company and unions.
The relationship between stakeholders and business organizations is mutually beneficial as organizations have realized that stakeholder management is an important factor in improving business performance. The stakeholder model of management theory highlights the advantages of a partnership between management and stakeholders encouraging a real and dynamic process of dialogue.
The hierarchical form of governance, along with the standardization of processes, creates an environment where the technical efficiencies of the means are more emphasized than the ends. Organic organizations fit well with a
ered by our organization because consumers’ satisfaction is a potential measure of our success as an organization, to direct the strategic planning at the well-being of the society, and to reduce the negative impacts of the activities of the organization on the environment. To