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National Special Security Events: Transportation Planning for Planned Special Events
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Table of Contents
Section 2.0. Lessons Learned and Good Practices from the NSSE Practitioner Web Conference
Section 3.0. NSSE Transportation Case Study – 2009 G-20 Summit
Section 4.0. NSSE Case Study – 2008 Democratic National Convention
Section 5.0. Planning for National Special Security Events: Transportation
Section 6.0. Checklist for Transportation Professionals Involved in National Special Security Events
Section 7.0. NSSE Overview Fact Sheet
Section 8.0. NSSE Fill-in Fact Sheet
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