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Bush signs new homeland security directives

President Bush on Wednesday signed landmark directives establishing new policies on assessing the vulnerability of critical infrastructure and the nation’s preparedness to respond to a terrorist attack. “These are foundational documents for our homeland security strategy,” said a senior administration official during a conference call. The first directive requires federal agencies to coordinate with state and local officials as well as the private sector to identify critical infrastructure vulnerabilities across all sectors, including information technology, telecommunications, chemical and transportation systems. Full Story

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