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Constructing a Resilience Index for the Enhanced Critical Infrastructure Protection Program

Date Published: August 2010

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This document outlines a methodology that determines the ability of infrastructure systems to withstand specific threats and return to normal operations after disaster. This document also provides valuable information about each facility's current resilience stance and ways to increase resilience. 

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Tags: Disaster Recovery - Addressing Disaster Needs Disaster Recovery - Recovery Indicators and Outcomes Reporting and Monitoring - Outcomes and Performance Measurement Systems

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