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"From a medical countermeasure perspective, we need innovative solutions to stay ahead of the enemy, and a robust pipeline of capability to draw upon in a crisis."
Fujitsu will also visualize customers' security countermeasure levels in comparison to the level of security countermeasures of similarly sized companies in the same industry, based on Cyber Security Management Guidelines stipulated by the Information-technology Promotion Agency and Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and on a wide variety of information security countermeasure benchmarks.
Brand continues, "The toolkit is helpful in explaining the best way to identify these trends in crash causes and to select the right low-cost safety countermeasures to reduce serious and fatal injuries on rural systems."
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) leads federal efforts to develop and acquire countermeasures, primarily through the Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasures Enterprise (PHEMCE), an interagency body.
See CRS Report RL32917, Bioterrorism Countermeasure Development: Issues in Patents and Homeland Security, by Wendy H.
Twenty chapters address Department of Homeland Security-approved risk analysis methods, risk analysis skills and tools, critical thinking and the risk analysis process, asset characterization and identification, criticality and consequence analysis, threat analysis, assessing vulnerability, estimating probability, the risk analysis process, prioritizing risk, security policy and countermeasure goals, developing effective security policies, countermeasure goals and strategies, types of countermeasures, countermeasure selection and budgeting tools, security effectiveness metrics, cost-effectiveness metrics, and writing effective reports.
Government's effort to accelerate the research and development of medical countermeasures through the crucial phase of drug development under Project BioShield.
* The financial costs are defined here as the forecast of the costs to procure the countermeasure, paid now, plus the cost of its annual maintenance, which will be paid in the future.
Army Research Laboratory (ARL) Survivability/Lethality Analysis Directorate, in conjunction with a contract to New Mexico State University, a minority institution, designed and developed the improvised explosive device countermeasure system (ICE) to satisfy the urgent need to have RCIED countermeasures provided to U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued amendments to the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rules for facilities with small storage capacity.
To prevent delays in repair or replacement of a countermeasure set, make sure all paperwork is filled in right so maintenance can be tracked on the set.