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DHS says draft critical functions are already guiding efforts; work continues in compiling list

April 12, 2019 |
Rick Weber
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The Department of Homeland Security is already using a draft set of critical functions to guide risk-management activities, even while a review of a recent version of the document indicates significant work remains for compiling a list of the nation's most vulnerable and crucial operations in advance of its public release by the end of April.

The draft set of 64 critical functions, circulated last month by DHS for industry feedback, is divided into four themes -- produce, distribute, manage...


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