Reviews definitions of "critical infrastructure" and "key resources" as they relate to the Bush Administration's homeland security strategy, and highlights the evolution of these terms in the context of public policy. Examines how critical and non-critical "assets" are identified and prioritized; discusses challenges regarding the identification of critical assets; reviews treatment of "critical infrastructure" in the 9/11 Commission report, and addresses policy issues.
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