The proposed National Security Council Critical Infrastructure Working Group and Steering Group

Members of the Critical Infrastructure Working Group:

Core group:

* Director of the National Infrastructure Protection Center* - Chair.

* Commander of the DOD Joint Task Force for Computer Network Defense.

* Program director of the Federal Computer Incident Response Capability.

* Chief of the Defensive Information Operations Group at the National

Security Agency.

* Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the Justice Department's Criminal

Division.*

Others to be called:

* Senior representatives from all affected agencies.

* Co-chair of the CIO Council's Security Committee.

* Director of the Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office.

* Vice director of operations on the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

* DOD deputy assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications

and intelligence.

* Deputy director of central intelligence for community management.*

* Director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Computer

Security Division.

* Director of the Office of Intelligence and Policy Review at Justice.*

* Senior analyst for security at the Office of Management and Budget.

* Senior national security officer at the White House Office of Science

and Technology Policy.

* Assistant secretary of state for international crime, narcotics and

law enforcement.*

* = also on the Critical Infrastructure Steering Group

Members of the Critical Infrastructure Steering Group:

* National Security Council (National Coordinator) - Chair.

* Assistant secretary of defense for C3I.

* Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

* Assistant commissioner of the General Services Administration's Office

of Information Security.

* Associate director for national security and international affairs

at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.

* Vice chair of the CIO Council.

* Deputy director of information assurance at the NSA.

* Deputy director for management at OMB.

* Undersecretary for export administration at the Commerce Department.

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