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    Suggestions have been made to decentralize the Department of Homeland Security to regional centers that cover all responsibilities. Would this be a better way of organizing homeland security or would it just create layer of problematic bureaucracy?

    What conditions and outcomes might support decentralization?

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    In my opinion, decentralization will just create layer of problematic bureaucracy because close cooperation is required on a nationwide basis for homeland security and a centralized body managing or overseeing the execution of plans is more effective for such sensitive and critical plans. Decentralization will lead to confusion as regional centers will be on their own and control of the centralized ...

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    Suggestions have been made to decentralize the Department of Homeland Security to regional centers that cover all responsibilities. Would this be a better way of organizing homeland security or would it just create layer of problematic bureaucracy?

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