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NAPA Report

Title Page

Forward

Acronyms

Executive Summary

Enhancing Local Firefighting Capacity

Panel Conclusions and Recommendations

Epilogue

Appendices

NASF Report

Executive Summary

Introduction

An Overview of Rural and Volunteer Fire Departments

Issues and Recommended Actions

Conclusion

Acknowledgements

Appendices Case Studies

 

CONTAINING WILDLAND FIRE COSTS:
UTILIZING LOCAL FIREFIGHTING FORCES

NAPA Local Firefighting Cover

A Report by a Panel of the

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

for the United States Congress and the Departments of
Agriculture and the Interior

December 2003

 

PANEL

Frank Fairbanks, Chair
Allan V. Burman
Gail Christopher
Patrick J. Kelly
Lyle Laverty
Keith Mulrooney
Paul Posner
Charles Wise

 

Officers of the Academy

Carl W. Stenberg, III, Chair of the Board
C. Morgan Kinghorn, Jr., President
Valerie Lemmie, Vice Chair
Jonathan D. Breul, Secretary
Howard M. Messner, Treasurer

 

Project Staff

J. William Gadsby, Vice President, Academy Studies
Bruce D. McDowell, Project Director
John Maupin, Senior Consultant
Joseph P. Mitchell, III, Research Associate
Jennifer Hardgrove Blevins, Research Assistant
Martha S. Ditmeyer, Project Associate

The views expressed in this document are those of the Panel.
They do not necessarily reflect the views of the Academy as an institution.

National Academy of Public Administration
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www.napawash.org

First published December 2003

ISBN 1-57744-1001
Printed in the United States of America

Academy Project Number: 1951-004

 


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