President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection
Web Resources Related to the PCCIP
Below are some links to other government organizations which are related in some way to the PCCIP. By accessing these links, you will leave the PCCIP Web site. The PCCIP does not exercise any control over the content of other Web servers and does not necessarily endorse any of the materials posted on them.
The PCCIP was created by
President Clinton in July of 1996. The PCCIP's purpose was to advise and assist the President of the United States on questions of critical infrastructure assurance.
The following is the list of government agencies which were authorized by
Executive Order 13010 to nominate
Commissioners to the PCCIP.
The Infrastructure Protection Task Force
The IPTF was established at the same time as the PCCIP. The
IPTF Web site has more information on that organization.
Other Government Links
For information on the Adminstration's post-PCCIP initiatives in critical infrastructure protection, please refer to the Web site of the Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office (CIAO).
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy has produced a publication which may be of interest to our visitors. Cybernation: The American Infrastructure in the Information Age is available
in HTML and
Adobe Acrobat formats at the White House Web site.
The Network Reliability and Interoperability Council was asked to provide recommendations both for the Federal Communication Commission and for the telecommunications industry that, when implemented, will assure optimal reliability and interoperability of, and accessibility and interconnectivity to, public telecommunications networks. The Council's Report, which you may read online, was presented to the
Federal Communication Commission on July 15, 1997.