Observations on the Inauguration Event

The recent presidential inauguration was an unusual special event, even though inaugurations happen every 4 years in Washington, D.C.  Among  the more noticeable features were the temporary chain link fences used for crowd control.

I hope to see some additional analysis of the special event planning, but this article provides a start: Lessons on emergency preparedness from the presidential inauguration

I did find a 30-page Guide for Planning Special Events from the DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency, dated 2016. I imagine a revision may be coming.

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One Response to Observations on the Inauguration Event

  1. recoverydiva says:

    The author of the lessons learned article did contact the Diva and said he was a fan of the blog. Small world.

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