These are the agendas for the Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council ad-hoc meetings.
Infrastructure is the backbone of our communities, providing not only critical services but also the means for health, safety, and economic growth. Virtually everything we do from phoning a friend, to sending an e-mail at work, to making our evening dinner relies on a web of interconnected infrastructure assets and systems. Given the vital importance of infrastructure to our social and economic well-being, it is imperative we ensure these systems are strong, secure, and resilient.
One of the keys to building resilience is first understanding what makes your community work.
What are your community’s essential functions and services?
Welcome to the Infrastructure Dependency Primer. This tool is a supplement to the Infrastructure Resilience Planning Framework and is intended to help state and local planners better understand how infrastructure dependencies can impact risk and resilience in their community and incorporate that knowledge into planning activities. It provides a foundation for understanding critical infrastructure, identifying dependencies, and improving system resilience through planning. It is organized into three primary sections:
As of 9/21/2021
The ICT Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Task Force Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMB) Working Group (WG) was created with the purpose of tailoring Task Force products to make them more applicable to SMBs which may find it difficult to institutionalize federal supply chain guidance due to limited finances, resources, and employees.
The ICT Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Task Force Information Sharing Working Group (WG1) was created with the purpose of providing considerations about improving the sharing of supply chain risk information (SCRI) among the federal government and private industry to help mitigate threats to the nation’s ICT supply chain.