(For the year 2011)
Programs, processes, and equipment which enhance and strengthen capabilities for positive control and access into areas and resources.
Programs and processes focusing on strengthening capabilities for critical path analysis, 'what if scenarios', and cost-benefit analysis to aid in risk management decisions and investment strategies.
Activities, to include studies, related to physical security topics, but independent of existing PS equipment projects
Modeling & Simulation
Programs and processes assessing and integrating gap analysis, identifying requirements, and prioritizing recommendations for strengthening and enhancing overall PSE and CWMD capabilities.
Projects related to the creation and enhancement of common operating pictures, and the establishment of common architectures / interface standards
Includes relevant Working Groups and oversight forums (e.g., SPVC Tech WG, PSEAG JRWG, PSEAG SEIWG, CNT Oversight)
Programs and equipment enhancing extended detection and rapid assessment capabilities.
Programs, processes, and equipment enhancing and strengthening the layered, defense-in-depth security for fixed facility and mobile transportation security capabilities.
Capability focusing on preventing and reducing WMD and physical security threats, through information sharing, specific prevention technology development, and test and evaluation.
Includes those efforts which are categorized under the "Prevention" portion of the CNT mission (Prevention-Protection-Response)
Broad spectrum, generic efforts which have the ability to influence multiple PS areas
Programs, processes, and equipment focused on enhancing and strengthening capabilities of asset protection involving close-in, inner zone security, and storage facilities/areas.
Equipment (e.g., locks, doors, etc.) designed to delay or stop unauthorized entry / access to a specified / localized area
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