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Homeland security to the next level
By James S. Gilmore III and P.J. Crowley
The Washington Times
February 27, 2005
PDF Document   Looking forward to a national security strategy:
Interview with Governor James S. Gilmore III of Kelley Drye
(78 KB)
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
July 2004

Chief of Different U.S. Anti-Terror Panel Weighs In
By Matthew B. Stannard
San Francisco Chronicle
July 31, 2004
Gov. James Gilmore Speaks Out Regarding 9/11 Report
July 28, 2005
Gilmore raises privacy concerns
By Michael Martz
Times-Dispatch Staff Writer
May 03, 2003
Gov. Gilmore is Featured Guest on WashingtonPost.com
On March 24, 2003, Gov. Gilmore was the featured guest in an online discussion on WashingtonPost.com, where he responded to questions and comments posed by the general public on national security and the Gilmore Commission. In discussing the ability of the national, state and local government to address the threat of attacks in the United States, Gov. Gilmore emphasized the importance of local law enforcement such as police, fire and rescue organizations as the “front line of national security.” For more information on what was discussed, please click here to visit the page on www.washingtonpost.com.
Homeland Security at Forefront of American Minds
With the terror alert level at orange, and the government warning that a new terror attack on American soil is a 'near certainty,' local governments and terrorism experts are preparing for the worst.
Panelist: James Gilmore, National Commission on Terrorism
PBS Washington Week (video)
March 20, 2003
PDF Document   New Groups Aim to Be Exchanges for Homeland Security Information (549 KB)
By John M. Doyle
Aviation Week's Homeland Security & Defense
March 5, 2003
Page 5 story about the formation of USA Secure.

The U.S. Senate - Committee on Governmental Affairs
PDF Document   Testimony of Governor James S. Gilmore, III (65 KB)
[Former] Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia and
Chairman of the Advisory Panel to Assess the Capabilities for Domestic Response to Terrorism Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction
February 14, 2003 Hearing

Head of Anti-Terrorism Panel Wary of Data Mining
By Molly M. Peterson
National Journal’s Technology Daily
January 13, 2003
Preserving Liberty in Terror War
By Gov. James S. Gilmore III
Special to the Washington Times
December 26, 2002
Panel Endorses Domestic Intelligence Agency
CNN.com/US
December 16, 2002
The Other Governor Who Could Head Homeland Security
By Melanie Scarborough
The Washington Post
November 24, 2002
SOCMA (Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association)
PDF Document   Chemical Industry Moves to Vulnerability-Based Security Planning; Focus on Partnership, Flexibility and Information Management (166 KB)
October 2, 2002

Gilmore Opposes Extreme Anti-Terror Laws
By Kelley Beaucar Vlahos
FoxNews.com
March 27, 2002
Journal of Aerospace and Defense Industry News
Technology News
Wearable Computers Could Help in Homeland Security Efforts
March 15, 2002
National Guard Association of the United States / Newsroom
Equipping Process Affects Homeland Security Capabilities, Guard Vice Chief Testifies
March 7, 2002
Fighting Internet taxes to the end
Virginia Gov. James Gilmore may be about to ride off into the sunset, but he's still taking aim at Internet taxes.
By Troy Wolverton, Staff Writer, cnet
January 4, 2002
Press Release from the Governor’s Office, Commonwealth of Virginia
PDF Document   Gilmore Panel Calls for National Laboratory to Combat Bioterrorism (124 KB)
November 1, 2001

Cybersecurity Hearing Cut Short By Anthrax Scare
Virginia governor James Gilmore urges creation of a federal 'Cyber Court.'
By David McGuire, Newsbytes
October 17, 2001
Citizen Review Online
Homeland Security
September 24, 2001
Testimony of Governor James S. Gilmore, III
Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia and
Chairman of the Advisory Panel to Assess the Capabilities for
Domestic Response to Terrorism Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction
September 21, 2001
The United States Senate Hearing of the Committee on Government Affairs
Press Statement from The United States Senate
Lieberman Supports Creation of National Homeland Security Agency
September 21, 2001
Committee Hears Testimony on Anti-Terrorism Agency
Congressman Christopher Shays to Hold April 24 Joint Hearing
On “Combating Terrorism: Options to Improve the Federal Response

April 18, 2001
Bush Administration Should Implement Gilmore Commission Proposal
By Charles R. Bell
National Defense Magazine
February 2001
Panel Calls for Creating Counterterrorism Agency
By David A. Vise
The Washington Post
December 15, 2000

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