The Department of Homeland Security

Report
The U.S. Department of Homeland
Security
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
PROTECTION AND CRISIS
MANAGEMENT
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VISION
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“The United States will forge an unprecedented
level of cooperation throughout all levels of
government, with private industry and
institutions, and with the American people to
protect our critical infrastructure and key assets
from terrorist attack.”
The National Strategy for Homeland Security
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CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
PROTECTION
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Lead the coordinated national effort to
reduce the risk to our critical
infrastructures and key resources posed
by acts of terrorism, as well as enable
national preparedness, timely response
and rapid recovery in the event of an
attack, natural disaster or other
emergency.
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DIVISION STRUCTURE
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Homeland Infrastructure Threat and Risk
Analysis Center
Risk Management
Contingency Planning and Support
Infrastructure Partnerships
Chemical and Nuclear Preparedness ad
Protection
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National Infrastructure
Protection Plan
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Defines a risk management framework
Emphasizes coordination with Federal, State,
Territorial, tribal, local and private sector security
partners
Establishes a ‘steady-state’ of security across
critical infrastructure/key resource sectors
Enables critical infrastructure protection planning
activities and resource allocation decisions
Describes linkages to the National Response Plan
protocols in the event of an Incident of National
Significance
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CIP SECTORS
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Agriculture
Banking and Finance
Chemical and Hazmats
Defense Industrial
Base
Emergency Services
Energy
Food
Government
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Information
Technology and
Telecommunications
Postal and Shipping
Public Health and
Health Care
Transportation
Drinking Water and
Water Treatment
Systems
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Emergency Management
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FEMA
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Response, Recovery, Mitigation
Urban Search and Rescue
Emergency Management Institute
Preparedness Division
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Exercises—all hazard
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Exercises
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Risk based, scenario
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State, local, tribal
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TOP OFFICIALS -- TOPOFF
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Urban Areas Security Initiative
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DHS is providing $765 million in direct
funding for high threat urban areas as part
of the fiscal year 2006 Urban Areas
Security Initiative (UASI). UASI provides
resources for the unique equipment,
training, planning, and exercise needs of
select high threat urban areas.
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Risk Formula
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Consequence, vulnerability, threat
Factors: presence of international
borders; population and population
density; location of CI; mutual aid
cooperation; law enforcement
investigations and enforcement activity
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