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* 21 Support public and private sharing of cyber-incident data to enhance supply chain cybersecurity, including providing supply chain stakeholders' access to cybersecurity tools and education that allow them to improve their cybersecurity posture in concert with partners and freight facilities. (CISA, DOE, DoD)
 
* 21 Support public and private sharing of cyber-incident data to enhance supply chain cybersecurity, including providing supply chain stakeholders' access to cybersecurity tools and education that allow them to improve their cybersecurity posture in concert with partners and freight facilities. (CISA, DOE, DoD)
 
* 22 Develop a National Transportation System Security and Resilience Plan. USDOT and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should work with States to identify major natural- and human-caused threats to the transportation system’s performance, define institutional structures for planning for and responding to disruptions, and identify mitigation strategies in a national plan. This will include studying the need for Federal funding to support security infrastructure development.
 
* 22 Develop a National Transportation System Security and Resilience Plan. USDOT and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should work with States to identify major natural- and human-caused threats to the transportation system’s performance, define institutional structures for planning for and responding to disruptions, and identify mitigation strategies in a national plan. This will include studying the need for Federal funding to support security infrastructure development.
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* 32 Encourage greater standardization and foster interoperability of data among States and between the multimodal transportation networks and the private sector. Standardized data, end-to-end visibility, security, and privacy are all increasing concerns from supply chain practitioners. Real-time information that can be received, interpreted, and acted on by parties throughout a supply chain allows for efficiencies that can increase effective throughput capacity without new physical infrastructure.
 
* 58 Track hazardous material and employee risk assessment. (49 CFR 1572)
 
* 58 Track hazardous material and employee risk assessment. (49 CFR 1572)
  

Revision as of 10:16, 13 May 2022

Full Title or Meme

This is a use case of Supply Chain Management.

Context

  • The US Transportation Security Agency maintains three warehouses with materiel that is needed to keep the US safe[1] known as the TSA Logistics Centers (TSALCs).
  • Much of this information can be found in the Supply Chain Assessment of the Transportation Industrial Base" Freight and Logistics February 2022 from the Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force.
    • The Infrastructure Law (BIL) created an opportunity to modernize the critical, but outdated, infrastructure our supply chains depend on every day.
    • The goal was to bring more of our supply and production capacity in the United States, rather than outsourced abroad.

Goas1

  • 21 Support public and private sharing of cyber-incident data to enhance supply chain cybersecurity, including providing supply chain stakeholders' access to cybersecurity tools and education that allow them to improve their cybersecurity posture in concert with partners and freight facilities. (CISA, DOE, DoD)
  • 22 Develop a National Transportation System Security and Resilience Plan. USDOT and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should work with States to identify major natural- and human-caused threats to the transportation system’s performance, define institutional structures for planning for and responding to disruptions, and identify mitigation strategies in a national plan. This will include studying the need for Federal funding to support security infrastructure development.
  • 32 Encourage greater standardization and foster interoperability of data among States and between the multimodal transportation networks and the private sector. Standardized data, end-to-end visibility, security, and privacy are all increasing concerns from supply chain practitioners. Real-time information that can be received, interpreted, and acted on by parties throughout a supply chain allows for efficiencies that can increase effective throughput capacity without new physical infrastructure.
  • 58 Track hazardous material and employee risk assessment. (49 CFR 1572)

Programs

  • Security in supply chain is concerned primarily with resilience. (section 3.4)

References

  1. TSA Employee Stories, TSA supply chain strong amidst COVID-19 (2020-05-29) https://www.tsa.gov/about/employee-stories/tsa-supply-chain-strong-amidst-covid-19