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The Critical Infrastructure Learning Series provides 1-hour, web-based seminars conducted by critical infrastructure experts on the tools, trends, issues, and best practices for infrastructure security and resilience. 

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The Chemical Security Assessment Tool is the Department of Homeland Security's system for collecting and analyzing key data from chemical facilities to identify facilities that present a high level of risk, support the preliminary and final tiering decisions for individual high-risk facilities, assess a facility’s security vulnerabilities, and evaluate a facility’s security plan to address vulnerabilities and meet risk-based performance standards.
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The National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) provides a coordinated approach to critical infrastructure and key resource protection roles and responsibilities for federal, state, local, tribal, and private sector security partners.

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These documents from the Interagency Security Committee provide the federal community strategies for physical security policies and standards that govern the protection of federal facilities.
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The Interagency Security Committee develops policy for enhancing the quality and effectiveness of physical security in, and the protection of, non-military facilities in the United States occupied by federal employees.
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Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council Sector Charters and Membership
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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 16 critical infrastructure 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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Formal decommission of the Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS).

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