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Objective of this protection plan is a guide or

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objective of this protection plan is a guide or safeguard against disasters to include natural disasters and hazards or terrorist threats. It is for protection of mission requirements. It also includes mission activities and other specific areas to protect this nation. The foundations were described in more detail in Phase 2 as this memorandum if budget forecast based. (NPF, 2016) Finally, the last topic focuses on ensuring an effective and efficient program over a long term. The budget forecast on a quarterly basis totaling $828,000 towards an excellent National Infrastructure Protection Plan budget. The total each year is $3,312,000. In conclusion, phase 1of this case study focused analyzing the current status of an organization introducing resources to include roles and responsibilities. Phase 2 concentrated on implemented a communication plan for the components of this study and demonstrate the communication process such as analyzing how to manage risk, communicating how this plan is an essential part of the DHS Security, and ensuring an effective and efficient program over the long term. Phase 3 required a budget forecast to list the projected cost for any given year. It is a roll-up of all components and resources involved. Case Study 3 Budget Forecast.xlsx
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NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION PLAN 6 References DHS. (2017) National Infrastructure Protection Plan: Partnering to enhance protection and resiliency . Retrieved August 23, 2015, from _Plan.pdf Fink, L. (2011) Strategic Planning. Retrieved 25 August 2017 from ? toURL= - a-strategic-plan/&refURL=plan/&refURL NPF. (2016). National Protection Framework. Second Edition. Retrieved August 24, 2017, from - 85051ed62fe595d4ad026edf4d85541e/National_Protection_Framework2nd.pdf NIST. (2014) Framework for improving critical infrastructure cybersecurity . Retrieved August 23, 2015, from - 021214-final.pdf
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