Choose, analyze and critique one of the Critical Infrastructure Sector-Specific Plans (SSP) Emergency Services Sector, addressing the plan’s strengths, weaknesses, and recommendations for improvement.
Your analysis should, at a minimum, address the following elements:
The Critical Infrastructure assets covered by the SSP that are important to national security.
How well it aligns with the National Infrastructure Protection Plan.
The major components of the Critical Infrastructure Sector covered by the SSP.
The roles and responsibilities of Federal, State, Regional, Local, Tribal, Territorial, and private sector organizations associated with the SSP.
A critique of the risk and vulnerability assessment methodologies and tools used in implementing the SSP for your sector.
This is not just a summary of the SSP but a critical analysis of it. Use research to inform and develop your analysis and critique of the effectiveness of the SSP.
All submissions must include the following technical components:
A cover or title page.
Labeled topical headings (e.g., Introduction, Discussion, Conclusion, Recommendations, etc.)
Length: The report must contain a body of text, between 2,000 and 2,500 typed words (about 8-10 pages double-spaced, 12 point font), excluding cover, abstract, illustrations, graphs, table of contents, appendices, and reference pages. Reports significantly below or above the parameters will be downgraded. Please note that abstract, illustrations, graphs, table of contents, appendices are NOT required but if you do use them, they do not count as part of the body of text for length assessment.
A reference page containing a minimum of five (5) course-external resources used and cited in the report.
References cited at the end of the report must be cited in text to illustrate how they were used.
Written in APA Style.

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