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www.ices-gmu.org or call 703-993-4850. The Critical Infrastructure Protection Program The Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Program
seeks to fully integrate the disciplines of law, policy,
and technology for enhancing the security of cybernetworks, physical systems, and economic processes
supporting the nation’s critical infrastructures. Located
in the School of Law, the CIP Program (originally
called the CIP Project) received initial funding in 2002.
Executive management of the grant is through the
National Institute of Standards and Technology.
For more information, please visit the website at
cipp.gmu.edu or call 703-993-4840. Prince William Campus The Prince William Campus is a 124-acre site located
outside the City of Manassas in the INNOVATION@
Prince William research and development business park
just off the Prince William Parkway. With easy access to
both I-66 and I-95, the Prince William Campus serves as
a convenient connection to the university for citizens of
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