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The Military Departments, DCMA, and other Defense Agencies have validated and updated the list of potential DIB CIKR. DCMA has coordinated the DIB Critical Asset List (CAL) with Military Department acquisition executives and Defense Agency directors. DCMA has submitted the DIB CAL to Deputy Undersecretary of Defense (DUSD) for Industrial Policy and then to Undersecretary of Defense (USD) for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (AT&L) for approval. The ASD (HD&ASA) have notifed DIB CIKR owners/operators of their criticality designation. The ASD (HD&ASA) has submitted the DIB CAL and Important Capabilities List (ICL) to DHS. DoD works with DHS and the other SSAs to identify overlaps and gaps in responsibility for DIB assets. The DIB SSA interacts with its partners under a fexible approach based on relevant circumstances. The DIB SCC recently requested establishment of a GCC/SCC CIPAC “ad hoc” working group to address DIB criticality issues. At the request of the SCC, the DIB partnership will enter into a process to more fully involve private sector partners in the identifcation and prioritization process, with the goal of publishing a jointly agreed process by December 31, 2010. DoD maintains basic data on all DIB partners. This data provides a general characterization of potential critical assets, systems, and networks: Contractor and government entity code, name of company, street address, city, State Prime contractor or subcontractor Products, functions, production rates Critical technologies Contractor subject matter expert, facility security offcers, and their contact information Programs, components, and subsystems Business overview (e.g., privately or publicly held, non-U.S. owned) Critical subcontractors (frst and sec- ond tier), selection criteria, products, and services Sales, employment, capacity utiliza- tion, square footage Financial information 2.2 DIB CIKR Dependencies/Interdependencies DIB owners/operators will collaborate to identify DIB Sector and cross-sector dependencies and interdependencies through the following actions: DIB CIKR owners and operators will embark on a joint public/private effort to develop a standard data call process for col- lecting private sector dependency/interdependency information. 2010 Defense Industrial Base Sector-Specifc Plan 24
DIB GCC and SCC members will work to identify additional external dependencies/interdependencies through collaboration with other organizations that possess expert analytical capabilities, such as the Mission Assurance Division in Dahlgren, VA, and the CIKR Cross-Sector Council’s Interdependencies Sub-council. DIB partners will work with other sectors, through the Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security (PCIS) Interdependency Working Group and other mechanisms, to better understand and develop solutions to mitigate risks associated with critical dependencies/interdependencies and supply chain linkages. The priority focus will be on the Oil and Natural Gas, Electricity, Water, IT, Communications, and Transportation Systems Sectors and Subsectors.

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