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The Container Security Initiative (CSI) allows U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), working with host government Customs Services, to examine high-risk maritime containerized cargo at foreign seaports, before they are loaded on board vessels destined for the United States
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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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Section 550 of the Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2007 provided the Department of Homeland Security with authority to promulgate "interim final regulations" for the security of certain chemical facilities in the United States. This notice seeks comments.
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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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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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Privacy Office guidance on PTAs, PIAs, SORNs, PTIG, and PIHG.
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Listing of Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) published by the Privacy Office.

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