In partnership with the George Mason University’s National Center for Technology & Law, CHNM has launched a three-year project to document the evolution of U.S. critical infrastructure protection policy in the years leading up to September 11, 2001. Through face-to-face and telephone interviews with members of the President’s Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection and other key policy makers, the Critical Infrastructure Protection Oral History Project seeks to provide insights into the lively debates that have shaped the national response to new threats and a valuable tool for charting a course for the future. A well-attended reception to mark the project’s launch was held on February 4, 2004 at the Willard Hotel in Washington, DC, where CHNM staff member Tom Scheinfeldt presented the project to members of the President’s Commission, industry executives, national security personnel, and other interview subjects. For more information on the project and its aims, see http://echo.gmu.edu/CIPP/.
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