Disrupting energy to federal agencies can have catastrophic consequences. As insurance against energy-deprivation scenarios, Defense Department facilities and other federal operations centers are adopting and implementing energy security programs designed to maintain continuity of operations. A key aspect of energy security is the assurance that federal installations have sufficient energy generation to overcome any type of disruption or threat, whether man-made or acts of nature.
To begin, leaders responsible for ensuring readiness should identify energy security threats, according to this new white paper, "7 Strategic Steeps for Building Energy Security and Ensuring Mission Readiness in Federal Facilities."
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