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President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection

Advisory Committee Meeting
September 5, 1997

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PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION

PO Box 46258
Washington, DC 20050-6258
http://www.pccip.gov/


August 29, 1997 Contact: Carla Sims
(703) 696-9395

PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
TO HOLD FIRST OFFICIAL OPEN MEETING

CO-CHAIRS SAM NUNN AND JAMIE GORELICK TO PRESIDE

WHAT: Former Senator Sam Nunn and former Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick will chair the first official meeting of the Advisory Committee to the President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection (PCCIP). The Committee will review the PCCIP's preliminary findings and policy proposals. During the past year, the Commission has met with public and industry leaders from across the country to conduct research on physical and cyber threats to eight critical infrastructures: telecommunications, electric power systems, banking and finance, transportation, water supply systems, gas and oil storage and transportation, emergency services, and continuity of government services. The Commission will submit its final report to the President on October 13, 1997.
WHEN: Friday, September 5, 1997
9 a.m. until noon (public session)
1 p.m. - 6 p.m. (classified session, closed to the public)
WHERE: National Press Club, Ballroom
529 14th Street N.W.
Washington, D.C.
202-662-7500
WHO: Scheduled to speak are Hon. Sam Nunn and Hon. Jamie Gorelick, Chairman Robert T. Marsh and Commissioners Stevan Mitchell, Dept. of Justice; John Davis, National Security Agency; Peter Daly, U.S. Treasury; Nancy Wong, Pacific Gas and Electric Company; Tom Falvey, Dept. of Transportation; and Irv Pikus, Dept. of Commerce.

The Advisory Committee includes: Charles Lee, Chairman and CEO, GTE Corporation; Erle Nye, Chairman and CEO, Texas Utilities Company; David Campbell, President and CEO, BBN Systems; Floyd Wicks, President, Southern California Water Company; Margaret Greene, VP and General Counsel, BellSouth Corporation; Maurice Greenberg, Chairman and CEO, American International Group; and Elvin Moon, President, E.W. Moon Engineering & Construction.

WHY: The PCCIP was established to examine physical and cyber threats to U.S. critical infrastructures. "There is widespread recognition that the nature and scope of the threat to America's critical infrastructure has changed as a result of advances in technology, therefore we should act now to protect our future," said Chairman Robert T. Marsh.

Meeting Agenda

OPEN SESSION - 9:00 AM TO 12:00 NOON

Welcome Jim Kurtz, Designated Federal Official
Introductory Statements Chairman Tom Marsh, PCCIP
Co-Chairs Senator Sam Nunn and Jamie Gorelick, Advisory Committee
Perspective Briefing Phil Lacombe, Staff Director, PCCIP
Sector Presentations
  • Energy
  • Banking & Finance
  • Information & Communications
  • Physical Distribution
  • Vital Human Services
PCCIP Sector Team Leaders:
  • Commissioner Dave Jones
  • Commissioner Peter Daly
  • Commissioner Nancy Wong
  • Commissioner Tom Falvey
  • Commissioner Irv Pikus
Break
Legal Landscaping Briefing Commissioner Steve Mitchell
Technical Briefing (R & D) Commissioner John Davis
Summation Co-Chairs Senator Sam Nunn and Jamie Gorelick, Advisory Committee
Closing Remarks Jim Kurtz, Designated Federal Official

Classified Briefing and Discussion from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM

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