ISLAMABAD- Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA) Tariq Mehmood Khan will brief President Asif Ali Zardari on current financial position and ongoing projects and future development plans of the Authority. The briefing is likely to be held on November 17. TheNation has learnt that senior officials of the civic body remained busy in preparations for the briefing for the past few days. On Saturday, too, CDA Chairman headed a high level meeting regarding preparations of the briefing. President Asif Ali Zardari has sought detailed briefing on ongoing and completed projects of the civic body in various areas of the federal capital as well as future plans like development of new sectors, rehabilitation of water supply and sewerage system. Probably the acute financial crunch in CDA has prompted the President to seek detailed report about the Authority's present and past performance and future strategies, a senior official of the Authority told TheNation on condition of anonymity. He said that sharp decline in CDA's reserves during the past two months has worried government. Meanwhile,the installation of vehicle scanners and close circuit TV Cameras has been expedited at all the entry and exit points of Islamabad to counter terrorism. According to the sources of Interior Ministry, security agencies tabled a report to the ministry regarding the security arrangements in the federal capital. To improve the security arrangements the agencies proposed to install Vehicle Scanners and CCTV Cameras at all the entry and exit points.  Acting upon the proposal, the installation of Vehicle scanners and CCTV Cameras at all important points is in full swing. The following equipments are being installed at Golra Moor, Faizabad, 5th Avenue, 7th Avenue, 9th Avenue, Kashmir Highway and Murree Road.