National Infrastructure Protection Plan Standards Name Institution Professor Course Date The American house of congress through the department of homeland security has been given the mandate to oversee work on roads energy bridges and technology networks. This forms the backbone of all the functions of the United States of America Treasury since these sectors are critical pillars in determining the growth and survival of the American economy a good plan needs to be developed to protect and sustain the sector in partnership with other sectors. The following are some of the suggestions on what ought to be done to make the especially has a lot to do in terms of policy formulation to guide the whole process of infrastructure development. Work cited Metke Anthony R. and Randy L. Ekl. "Security technology for smart grid networks." IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 1.1 (2010): 99-107. Bush George W. The national strategy for the physical protection of critical infrastructures and key assets. EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT WASHINGTON DC 2003. Yusta Jose M. Gabriel J. Correa and Roberto Lacal-Arántegui. "Methodologies and applications for critical infrastructure protection: State-of-the-art." Energy Policy 39.10 (2011): 6100-6119. Treasury Her Majesty’S. "National infrastructure plan 2011." Infrastructure UK UK Treasury Department (HM Treasury) cdn. hm-treasury. gov. uk pdf (2011). [...]
• In this phase, you need to create 3-5 page professional memo about your assessment of what needs to be done to meet the standards based on the National Infrastructure Protection Plan. You need to make sure that the language in the memo is clear of free of errors. You also need to be creative in presenting this information to capture the most important points from the National Infrastructure Protection Plan. You need to demonstrate critical thinking to prioritize the action items based on your findings.