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ALSO CALLED: Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7, Presidential Decision Directive 63, Homeland Security Presidential Directive No. 7, Protecting America's Critical Infrastructures, PDD-63, HSPD-7, PDD 63
DEFINITION: HSPD-7 (Homeland Security Presidential Directive No. 7) is a directive that was issued by U.S. President George W. Bush in December, 2003 to update policies intended to protect the country from terrorist attacks. This directive superseded the earlier PDD-63 (Presidential Decision Directive No. 63), which was issued by President Clinton in May of 1998. The original purpose of PDD-63 (which predated  … 
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HSPD 7 DEFINITION (continued): …  the September 11, 2001 attacks) was to require federal agencies to ensure the continuity and viability of physical and computer-based systems essential for minimal functioning of the U.S. government and economy in case of a terrorist attack. Under HSPD-7, federal departments and agencies are required to develop methods and technologies to protect all critical infrastructures and key resources of the government and economic sector. The primary intent of HSPD-7 is to prevent the exploitation, incapacitation, or destruction of these infrastructures and resources. However, a secondary goal is to foster … 
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