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Section 1. Policy. The Federal Government must have the ability to communicate at all times and under all circumstances to carry out its most critical and time sensitive missions. Survivable, resilient, enduring, and effective communications, both domestic and international, are essential to enable the executive branch to communicate within itself and with: the legislative and judicial branches; State, local, territorial, and tribal governments; private sector entities; and the public, allies, and other nations. Such communications must be possible under all circumstances to ensure national se
“Such communications must be possible under all circumstances to ensure national security, effectively manage emergencies and improve national resilience.” Later the president explains that such could be done by establishing a “joint industry-Government center that is capable of assisting in the initiation, coordination, restoration and reconstitution of NS/EP [national security and emergency preparedness] communications services or facilities under all conditions of emerging threats, crisis or emergency.”
“The views of all levels of government, the private and nonprofit sectors, and the public must inform the development of NS/EP communications policies, programs and capabilities,”.....infrastructure includes wireline, wireless, satellite, cable, and broadcasting, and provides the transport networks that support the Internet and other key information systems,”
July 06, 2012
Originally posted by Witness2008
Perhaps you could take the time to explain to everyone the differences in the order. I see cause for at least attention to this, given the state of affairs under this administration.
This site is turning into just another slum-site with all the crazy theories taken for FACT.
The US governmental agencies involved in this endeavor are the heads of: • Department of Justice • Department of Defense • Department of State • Department of Commerce • Department of Homeland Security (DHS) • Office of the director of National Intelligence (DNI) • General Services Administration • Federal Communications Commission (FCC)