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Council Members of the Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council
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The Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council facilitates effective coordination between federal infrastructure protection programs with the infrastructure protection activities of the private sector and of state, local, territorial and tribal governments.
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Infrastructure Data Taxonomy is used to organize and standardize the terminology used to categorize various infrastructure elements in the 18 critical infrastructure and key resources sectors.
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The National Infrastructure Coordinating Center is the information and coordination hub of a national network dedicated to protecting critical infrastructure essential to the Nation’s security, health and safety, and economic vitality.

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The Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS) is a Web-enabled information services portal that allows state and local government users to collect and use asset data and protection information to develop incident response and recovery plans to protect infrastructure assets.
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This information-protection program enhances information sharing between the private sector and the government. Protected information can be used to analyze and secure critical infrastructure and protected systems, identify vulnerabilities and develop risk assessments, and enhance recovery preparedness measures.
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Abstract and Full Copy Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12: Policy for a Common Identification Standard for Federal Employees and Contractors.

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Abstract and Full Copy for Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7: Critical Infrastructure Identification, Prioritization, and Protection.

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The goal of the National Protection and Programs Directorate is to advance the Department's risk-reduction mission. Reducing risk requires an integrated approach that encompasses both physical and virtual threats and their associated human elements.

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