Examines technology and administration of the Emergency Alert System, which is jointly managed by FEMA and the FCC in cooperation with the National Weather Service. Discusses modifications to the NOAA weather radio all-hazard network, key proposals for change, an executive order specifying a public alert and warning system, and recent Congressional legislation. Outlines other Federal emergency warning systems.
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Microfiche version: Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Emergency Communications