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Forging a common understanding for critical infrastructure: PS4-221/2014E-PDF
"The following narrative represents the shared views of the Critical 5 member nations (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States) with the objective to provide a high-level overview of the meaning and importance of critical infrastructure. This project supports the ongoing effort to clearly articulate and communicate a common message on the value, purpose, and historical trajectory of this important functional domain and seeks to arrive at a common understanding of critical infrastructure and its role in society. The narrative identifies shared priorities and interconnections among our countries and lays the foundation for future collaboration. The approch used in this narrative is to identify similarities in definition, approach, concept, and implementation in order to arrive at a shared understanding of critical infrastructure."--p. 2.
|Department/Agency||Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada.|
|Title||Forging a common understanding for critical infrastructure|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Acquisition d'une compréhension commune des infrastructures essentielles : exposé commun. "March 2014." Cover title. At head of title: Critical 5.|
|Number of Pages||16 p.|
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