Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
Federal government; state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) entities; public and private owners and operators of critical infrastructure ; and healthcare and public health facility managers all need to know the risks that an infrastructure failure
can pose to the facilities and communities that rely on that infrastructure. Every region in the
U.S. is at risk for many different kinds of infrastructure failures, ranging from cyber threats to water supply failures, power outages, communications failures, supply chain issues and more.
The resources below can help you better prepare for, respond to and recover from some common infrastructure issues.
Interested in becoming a bigger part of the solution? Learn how you can partner with us to protect healthcare and public health infrastructure.
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