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Protecting, Preserving and Defending the Essential Elements of the Homeland

From bridges to highways to water utilities, the nation’s infrastructure and critical assets are integral to preserving the American way of life.  While the vast preponderance of the nation’s critical infrastructure is owned and operated by the private sector, there are dozens of agencies in the federal government making rules and regulations that significantly impact how such infrastructure is maintained and operated.  Every new regulation has the potential to create unintended consequences.  Having a voice at the table when regulations and legislation are being drafted is vitally important when those decisions could dramatically impact your line of business.

At Catalyst Partners, we understand the issues and people impacting our nation’s critical infrastructures and key resources.  While there is no silver bullet solution to handling challenges such as response, recovery and resilience, our unique approach to addressing them head-on provides intrinsic value to our clients.  We create partnership-based relationships between clients and stakeholders to advance the overall goals of critical infrastructure protection.  Together, we forge strategies to preserve the interconnected security of our national critical infrastructure while advancing the specific interests and objectives of our clients.

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Vance Taylor - July 14, 2014

Last week, the House passed a bill reauthorizing the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program. While the bill keeps the program going for 3 years at a time, the legislation institutes a program largely unchanged from its current form…which is a good thing.

David Olive - June 20, 2014

While ISIS is capturing national concern, Iraq is not the only place where terrorist activities are happening this month. Earlier in June, Tarheek-e Taliban attacked the Karachi, Pakistan airport. What is striking is the terrorists were found with a gunshot wound U.S. military technology called XStat, which had only just been approved by the FDA. How did terrorists get this new technology?

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