- Secretary Jeh Johnson announced the move Tuesday
- Week after a gunman in Ottawa shot dead a soldier in attack on parliament
- Johnson would not identify the buildings to receive enhanced security
- He did not disclose the specific security measures to be taken by the Federal Protective Service
'Clearly, anybody who walks up in a premeditated way with a loaded rifle and attacks someone in uniform then purposely goes to a parliament, is committing, by common sense standards, a terrorist act,' Kerry told a news briefing after talks in Ottawa with his Canadian counterpart, Foreign Minister John Baird.