Ow did Massachusetts revise its policies in homeland security in the aftermath of 9/11

After September 11th, how did the state arrange its homeland security policymaking system and its vital administrative agency in charge of implementing policy?

Describe briefly where the state placed homeland security in relation to its existing emergency-management entity. (That is, did the state establish a new office of homeland security within, or separate from, its emergency-management entity, and how do they relate to each other with respect to organizational structure?)

Did the state create a new office, agency, or policy task force to deal with the challenge of terrorism as a hazard?