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MessagePosté le: Jeu 3 Mai - 20:57 (2012)    Sujet du message: LOIS ANTERRORISTES = LOIS DICTATORIALES / ANTIT. LAWS (PARTIE 2) Répondre en citant

FM 3-39.40 - INTERNMENT AND RESETTLEMENT OPERATIONS

February 2010  
 
UN DOCUMENT OFFICIEL PROUVE L'EXISTENCE DES CAMPS D'INTERNEMENT POUR DISSIDENTS POLITIQUES ET D'OPÉRATIONS PSYCHOLOGIQUES QUI, PEUT-ON LIRE, VISENT À "BRISER" LA VOLONTÉ DES DÉTENUS!  
 
Jeudi, 3 mai 2012* Ce document est le plus choquant que j'ai eu à lire dans ma vie! Ce rapport n'est pas une "fuite" comme certains le prétendent, s'il a été publié c'est que ça a été décidé ainsi! Le document, intitulé FM 3 à 39,40 opérations de réinstallation et d'internement, a été initialement publié de façon restreinte pour le Département de la Défense en février 2010, mais il est maintenant disponible sur le web.Le manuel décrit les politiques pour le traitement des détenus dans des camps d'internement, tant à l'échelle mondiale qu'à l'intérieur des États-Unis. Les organismes internationaux comme l'ONU et la Croix-Rouge sont nommés en tant que partenaires, en plus d'organismes fédéraux comme la Sécurité intérieure et la FEMA.
Le document indique clairement que les politiques s'appliquent "au sein du territoire américain" et qu'elles impliquent que le Département de la Défense est en soutien aux autorités civiles américaines en cas d'urgence nationale, de catastrophes humaines, en cas d'attaques terroristes et de tous types d'incidents majeurs aux États-Unis.
On peut lire que le pouvoir d'approuver des opérations de réinstallation/relocalisation appartient au président s'il invoque son pouvoir exécutif (ordres exécutifs). La classification des détenus comprend des combattants ennemis, mais aussi des "détenus civils" qui le sont par mesure de sécurité, de protection. Le document fait également référence à l'identification des détenus en utilisant leur "numéro de sécurité sociale."

Le manuel ajoute, sans détour, que les détenus dans les camps d'internement seront réformés/rééduqués. La responsabilité de "l'officier des opérations psychologiques", appellation que l'on peut lire en toutes lettres dans le document, sera en charge de l'opération psychologique qui vise les dissidents politiques. Son travail sera de réformer la pensée des détenus pour qu'ils finissent par accepter l'autorité du gouvernement des États-Unis comme étant bonne et légitime!

Le manuel répertorie les rôles suivants, qui sont désignés faire partie de l'équipe "Opération psychologique" (Psyop):



Citation:
- Identifie les mécontents, les agitateurs, les militants politiques au sein de l'établissement qui peuvent essayer d'organiser la résistance ou de créer des perturbations.  
- Élabore et exécute des programmes d'endoctrinement visant à réduire ou supprimer les attitudes antagonistes.  
- Fournit la diffusion de messages avec un haut-parleur  
- Aide le commandement de la police militaire dans le contrôle de la population en cas d'urgence.  
- Planifie et exécute un programme PSYOP qui produit une compréhension et une appréciation de la politique américaine.  





Voici le document en question:

http://info.publicintelligence.net/USArmy-InternmentResettlement.pdf


"(...) quoique maintenant, puisqu’il le faut, vous soyez attristés pour un peu de temps par diverses épreuves, afin que l’épreuve de votre foi, plus précieuse que l’or périssable qui cependant est éprouvé par le feu, ait pour résultat la louange, la gloire et l’honneur, lorsque Jésus-Christ apparaîtra, lui que vous aimez sans l’avoir vu, en qui vous croyez sans le voir encore, vous réjouissant d’une joie ineffable et glorieuse, parce que vous obtiendrez le salut de vos âmes pour prix de votre foi." 1 Pierre 1:6-9

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OBAMA SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER DECLARING INTERNATIONAL LAW FOR THE UNITED STATES

Posted on May 2, 2012 by Henry Shivley




On May 1, 2012, our Glorious Leader, Premier Barack Obama AKA Barry Soetoro AKA Barry the Rat, signed yet another Executive Order – Promoting International Regulatory Cooperation. This dictate is designed to standardize regulations between the United States and it’s so called trading partners.


What is a regulation? A law. So what is actually being attempted here is a standardization of international law. It is an absolute violation of the Constitution for the United States to legislate our law outside of our borders.
Considering the many international security agreements the traitors occupying our highest seats of power have entered into, this latest executive order can absolutely be used to institute gun confiscation laws/regulations, without any consent by our Congress or our Judicial. And once these foreign laws are brought to the United States under the various security agreements, foreign troops will be brought in to enforce the foreign laws upon the people of the United States.
So look at what we have now.

  • The Patriot Act which allows unlimited spying on the American people by the government.
  • The National Defense Authorization Act with Sections 1021 and 1022 for the military arrests and indefinite detention of American nationals without any due process of the law.
  • HR 347 Trespass Law for the implementation of Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act upon any citizen who dares to speak out against the insurgency.
  • Executive Order National Defense Resources Preparedness Act, which allows the dictator to confiscate every resource of the United States, including we the people as conscripts to be put in servitude to the insurgency.

This is exactly what the Bolsheviks did to the Russian people in 1917. Now we have this new executive order for the implementation of laws not legislated by our Congress. If we were to allow ourselves to be disarmed by these international soviet socialists, the next step would be to eliminate everyone who refuses to acquiesce to collective slavery.

This latest executive order is nothing more than another act of blatant treason and we the American people must reject it absolutely.

Here is the Executive Order http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/05/01/executive-order-promoting-international-regulatory-cooperation . Read and interpret it for yourself.

EXECUTIVE ORDER
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PROMOTING INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY COOPERATION
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to promote international regulatory cooperation, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. Executive Order 13563 of January 18, 2011 (Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review), states that our regulatory system must protect public health, welfare, safety, and our environment while promoting economic growth, innovation, competitiveness, and job creation. In an increasingly global economy, international regulatory cooperation, consistent with domestic law and prerogatives and U.S. trade policy, can be an important means of promoting the goals of Executive Order 13563.

The regulatory approaches taken by foreign governments may differ from those taken by U.S. regulatory agencies to address similar issues. In some cases, the differences between the regulatory approaches of U.S. agencies and those of their foreign counterparts might not be necessary and might impair the ability of American businesses to export and compete internationally. In meeting shared challenges involving health, safety, labor, security, environmental, and other issues, international regulatory cooperation can identify approaches that are at least as protective as those that are or would be adopted in the absence of such cooperation. International regulatory cooperation can also reduce, eliminate, or prevent unnecessary differences in regulatory requirements.

Sec. 2. Coordination of International Regulatory Cooperation. (a) The Regulatory Working Group (Working Group) established by Executive Order 12866 of September 30, 1993 (Regulatory Planning and Review), which was reaffirmed by Executive Order 13563, shall, as appropriate:

(i) serve as a forum to discuss, coordinate, and develop a common understanding among agencies of U.S. Government positions and priorities with respect to:
(A) international regulatory cooperation activities that are reasonably anticipated to lead to significant regulatory actions;
(B) efforts across the Federal Government to support significant, cross-cutting international regulatory cooperation activities, such as the work of regulatory cooperation councils; and
(C) the promotion of good regulatory practices internationally, as well as the promotion of U.S. regulatory approaches, as appropriate; and
(ii) examine, among other things:
(A) appropriate strategies for engaging in the development of regulatory approaches through international regulatory cooperation, particularly in emerging technology areas, when consistent with section 1 of this order;
(B) best practices for international regulatory cooperation with respect to regulatory development, and, where appropriate, information exchange and other regulatory tools; and
(C) factors that agencies should take into account when determining whether and how to consider other regulatory approaches under section 3(d) of this order.
(b) As Chair of the Working Group, the Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) shall convene the Working Group as necessary to discuss international regulatory cooperation issues as described above, and the Working Group shall include a representative from the Office of the United States Trade Representative and, as appropriate, representatives from other agencies and offices.
(c) The activities of the Working Group, consistent with law, shall not duplicate the efforts of existing interagency bodies and coordination mechanisms. The Working Group shall consult with existing interagency bodies when appropriate.
(d) To inform its discussions, and pursuant to section 4 of Executive Order 12866, the Working Group may commission analytical reports and studies by OIRA, the Administrative Conference of the United States, or any other relevant agency, and the Administrator of OIRA may solicit input, from time to time, from representatives of business, nongovernmental organizations, and the public.
(e) The Working Group shall develop and issue guidelines on the applicability and implementation of sections 2 through 4 of this order.
(f) For purposes of this order, the Working Group shall operate by consensus.

Sec. 3. Responsibilities of Federal Agencies. To the extent permitted by law, and consistent with the principles and requirements of Executive Order 13563 and Executive Order 12866, each agency shall:

(a) if required to submit a Regulatory Plan pursuant to Executive Order 12866, include in that plan a summary of its international regulatory cooperation activities that are reasonably anticipated to lead to significant regulations, with an explanation of how these activities advance the purposes of Executive Order 13563 and this order;
(b) ensure that significant regulations that the agency identifies as having significant international impacts are designated as such in the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions, on RegInfo.gov, and on Regulations.gov;
(c) in selecting which regulations to include in its retrospective review plan, as required by Executive Order 13563, consider:
(i) reforms to existing significant regulations that address unnecessary differences in regulatory requirements between the United States and its major trading partners, consistent with section 1 of this order, when stakeholders provide adequate information to the agency establishing that the differences are unnecessary; and
(ii) such reforms in other circumstances as the agency deems appropriate; and
(d) for significant regulations that the agency identifies as having significant international impacts, consider, to the extent feasible, appropriate, and consistent with law, any regulatory approaches by a foreign government that the United States has agreed to consider under a regulatory cooperation council work plan.

Sec. 4. Definitions. For purposes of this order:

(a) “Agency” means any authority of the United States that is an “agency” under 44 U.S.C. 3502(1), other than those considered to be independent regulatory agencies, as defined in 44 U.S.C. 3502(5).
(b) “International impact” is a direct effect that a proposed or final regulation is expected to have on international trade and investment, or that otherwise may be of significant interest to the trading partners of the United States.
(c) “International regulatory cooperation” refers to a bilateral, regional, or multilateral process, other than processes that are covered by section 6(a)(ii), (iii), and (v) of this order, in which national governments engage in various forms of collaboration and communication with respect to regulations, in particular a process that is reasonably anticipated to lead to the development of significant regulations.
(d) “Regulation” shall have the same meaning as “regulation” or “rule” in section 3(d) of Executive Order 12866.
(e) “Significant regulation” is a proposed or final regulation that constitutes a significant regulatory action.
(f) “Significant regulatory action” shall have the same meaning as in section 3(f) of Executive Order 12866.

Sec. 5. Independent Agencies. Independent regulatory agencies are encouraged to comply with the provisions of this order.

Sec. 6. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to a department or agency, or the head thereof;
(ii) the coordination and development of international trade policy and negotiations pursuant to section 411 of the Trade Agreements Act of 1979 (19 U.S.C. 2451) and section 141 of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2171);
(iii) international trade activities undertaken pursuant to section 3 of the Act of February 14, 1903 (15 U.S.C. 1512), subtitle C of the Export Enhancement Act of 1988, as amended (15 U.S.C. 4721 et seq.), and Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1979 (19 U.S.C. 2171 note);
(iv) the authorization process for the negotiation and conclusion of international agreements pursuant to 1 U.S.C. 112b(c) and its implementing regulations (22 C.F.R. 181.4) and implementing procedures (11 FAM 720);
(v) activities in connection with subchapter II of chapter 53 of title 31 of the United States Code, title 26 of the United States Code, or Public Law 111-203 and other laws relating to financial regulation; or
(vi) the functions of the Director of OMB relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.
(b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.
(c) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.
BARACK OBAMA

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ORDRE EXÉCUTIF 13600 - ÉTABLISSANT LE CONSEIL DE DÉVELOPPEMENT GLOBAL DU PRÉSIDENT



 ORDRE EXÉCUTIF 13600 - ÉTABLISSANT LE CONSEIL DE DÉVELOPPEMENT GLOBAL DU PRÉSIDENT

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Par l'autorité qui m'a été confié en tant que Président par la Constitution et les lois des États-Unis d'Amérique, par la présente il a été ordonné comme suit :

Section 1. Police. Afin d'aider à protéger la sécurité nationale et plus encore les intérêts économiques, humanitaires et stratégiques dans le monde, c'est la politique du Gouvernement Fédéral de promouvoir et d'élever le développement comme un pilier fondamental de la puissance américaine et dresser un plan pour le développement, la diplomatie, et la défense pour se renforcer et se compléter les uns les autres. Comme déclaré dans la Stratégie de Sécurité Nationale et la Politique Directive Présidentielle sur le Développement Global, le succès de la poursuite du développement est essentiel à l'avancée de nos objectifs en matière de sécurité : SÉCURITÉ, PROSPÉRITÉ, le RESPECT DES VALEURS UNIVERSELLES, et un ORDRE INTERNATIONAL JUSTE et DURABLE. L'efficacité de cette politique du développement dépendra dans une large proportion de comment nous allons nous engager avec les partenaires, les bénéficiaires de notre assistance au développement, et les partis prenant.Sec. 2. Établissement. Il y aura d'établis le Conseil de Développement Global du Président. Le Conseil devra être établi à des fins administratives à l'intérieur de l'Agence des États-Unis pour le Développement International (USAID) sujette à la politique étrangère et sous la conduite budgétaire du Secrétaire d'État.

Sec. 3 Adhésion. L'adhésion du Conseil sera comme suit :

(a) Le Conseil sera composé des haut fonctionnaires décris au paragraphe (b) de cette section et pas plus que 12 individus de l'extérieur du Gouvernement Fédéral nommés par le Président. Les membres nommés du Conseil peuvent servir de représentants d'une variété de secteurs, incluant, entre autres, les institutions de l'éducation supérieure, les organisations philanthropiques à but non lucratif, les sociétés civiles et les industries privées.

(b) Le Secrétaire d'État, le Secrétaire du Trésor, le Secrétaire de la Défense, les Administrateurs de l'USAID, et le Président-directeur Général de la « Millenium Challenge Corporation » devront servir en tant que membres non-votant du Conseil et peuvent désigner, pour accomplir les fonctions de membre auprès du Conseil, un représentant de niveau supérieur qui fait parti du département du membre, de l'agence, ou du bureau, et qui est un officier à temps plein ou un employé du Gouvernement Fédéral.

(c) Le Président devra désigner un membre du Conseil pour servir à la « Présidence » et un autre membre pour servir à la « Vice-Présidence ». La « Présidence » convoquera et présidera aux assemblées du Conseil, déterminera l'ordre du jour de l'assemblée, et dirigera son travail. La « Vice-Présidence » accomplira les devoirs de la « Présidence » en l'absence de la « Présidence » et accomplira quelque autres fonctions selon ce que la « Présidence » peut lui assigner.

(d) Le terme du bureau des membres en dehors du Gouvernement Fédéral nommé par le Président sera de 2 ans, et ces membres seront éligibles pour un renouvellement de mandat et peuvent continuer à servir après l'expiration de leur terme jusqu'à ce que le Président nomme un successeur. Un membre nommé pour remplir un poste vacant servira seulement pour le terme du temps qu'il reste avant l'expiration du poste vacant.

Sec. 4. Mission et Fonctions. Le Conseil informera et supportera le Président, à travers le Personnel de la Sécurité Nationale et Conseil Économique National, en continuation de la politique précisé dans la section 1 de cet ordre. Le Conseil se réunira régulièrement et :

(a) informera de la politique et de la pratique de développement global Etats-Unienne et de leurs programmes en fournissant des conseils au Président et les autres représentants supérieurs sur les questions incluant :
(i) les approches innovatrices et évolutives du développement avec un impact qui s'avère démontrable, particulièrement en ce qui concerne la croissance d'une économie durable et la gestion des biens ;

(ii) les secteurs, pour une collaboration accrue entre le Gouvernement Fédéral, le public et les secteurs privés afin d'accélérer la politique du développement ;

(iii) de meilleures pratiques pour l'efficacité de la recherche et du développement dans les budgets à faibles et moyens revenues. (?)

(iv) les solutions à long terme aux questions centrales pour la planification stratégique des efforts du développement Etats-Unien.

(b) supporter le partenariat public-privé, nouveau et existant en :

(i) identifiant les secteurs clés pour améliorer la collaboration et toutes barrières à la collaboration ; et (?)

(ii) recommandant des mesures concrètes que les secteurs privés et publics peuvent entreprendre ensemble pour promouvoir les priorités du développement économique et ses initiatives ; et

(c) accroître la sensibilisation et l'action dans le support du développement en sollicitant l'apport du public sur les problèmes actuels et émergeants dans le champ du DÉVELOPPEMENT GLOBAL aussi bien que portant l'attention du Président sur les idées et préoccupations qui pourraient l'informer des options politiques.

Sec. 5 Administration du Conseil. (a) Les chefs des départements exécutifs et des agences assisteront et fourniront l'information au Conseil, en accord avec les lois en vigueur, comme ils peuvent être nécessaires à la mise en exécution des fonctions du Conseil.

(b) Le financement et le support administratif pour le Conseil fournis par USAID pour les mesures permissent par la loi et à l'intérieur des affectations existantes.

(c) L'Administrateur de la USAID nommera un Directeur Exécutif qui sera un agent Fédéral ou un employé de la USAID et servira en tant que liaison entre l'Administrateur et le Bureau Exécutif du Président et consultera les départements compétant, les agences, et les bureaux sur les affaires et activités relatives au Conseil.

(d) Les membres du Conseil qui sont en dehors du Gouvernement Fédéral et qui sont nommés serviront sans compensation pour leur travail sur le Conseil. Les membres du Conseil peuvent, cependant, en recevoir pour les frais relatifs aux déplacements, incluant ces montants, par jour, en lieu et place de subsistance, comme autorisé par la loi pour les personnes servant par intermittence dans le service Gouvernemental.

(e) Dans la mesure où l'Acte du Comité Consultatif Fédéral (FACA), comme amendé (5 U.S.C. App.), peut s'appliquer au Conseil, toutes les fonctions du Président sous la FACA, exceptées celles se reportant au Congrès, seront accomplies par l'Administrateur du USAID en accord avec les directives générales émissent par l'Administrateur des Services Généraux.

Sec. 6 Terminaison. Le Conseil se terminera 2 ans après la date de cet ordre, à moins qu'il ne soit renouvelé par le Président.

Sec. 7. Dispositions Générales. (a) Rien dans cet ordre ne devra être interprété pour perturber ou par ailleurs affecter :
(i) l'autorité accordée par la loi à un département ou une agence, ou à son chef ; ou
(ii) les fonctions du Directeur du Bureau de la Gestion et du Budget relatifs au budget, à l'administration, ou aux propositions législatives.

(b) Cet ordre sera mis à exécution en accord avec la loi en vigueur et sujet à la disponibilité des affectations.

(c) Cet ordre n'est pas censé créer, et ne cré aucun droit ou avantage, substantif ou procédural, opposable à la loi ou en équité par aucun parti contre les États-Unis, ses départements, ses agences, ou ses entités, ses responsables, ses employés, ou ses agents, ou toute autre personne.

BARACK OBAMA


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MessagePosté le: Mar 10 Juil - 00:42 (2012)    Sujet du message: EXECUTIVE ORDER -- ASSIGNMENT OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTIONS Répondre en citant

The White House

Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release
July 06, 2012

EXECUTIVE ORDER -- ASSIGNMENT OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTIONS

EXECUTIVE ORDER

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ASSIGNMENT OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTIONS

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. The Federal Government must have the ability to communicate at all times and under all circumstances to carry out its most critical and time sensitive missions. Survivable, resilient, enduring, and effective communications, both domestic and international, are essential to enable the executive branch to communicate within itself and with: the legislative and judicial branches; State, local, territorial, and tribal governments; private sector entities; and the public, allies, and other nations. Such communications must be possible under all circumstances to ensure national security, effectively manage emergencies, and improve national resilience. The views of all levels of government, the private and nonprofit sectors, and the public must inform the development of national security and emergency preparedness (NS/EP) communications policies, programs, and capabilities.

Sec. 2. Executive Office Responsibilities.

Sec. 2.1. Policy coordination, guidance, dispute resolution, and periodic in-progress reviews for the functions described and assigned herein shall be provided through the interagency process established in Presidential Policy Directive-1 of February 13, 2009 (Organization of the National Security Council System) (PPD-1).

Sec. 2.2. The Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) shall: (a) issue an annual memorandum to the NS/EP Communications Executive Committee (established in section 3 of this order) highlighting national priorities for Executive Committee analyses, studies, research, and development regarding NS/EP communications;

(b) advise the President on the prioritization of radio spectrum and wired communications that support NS/EP functions; and

(c) have access to all appropriate information related to the test, exercise, evaluation, and readiness of the capabilities of all existing and planned NS/EP communications systems, networks, and facilities to meet all executive branch NS/EP requirements.

Sec. 2.3. The Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and the Director of OSTP shall make recommendations to the President, informed by the interagency policy process established in PPD-1, with respect to the exercise of authorities assigned to the President under section 706 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended (47 U.S.C. 606). The Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and the Director of OSTP shall also jointly monitor the exercise of these authorities, in the event of any delegation, through the process established in PPD-1 or as the President otherwise may direct.

Sec. 3. The NS/EP Communications Executive Committee.

Sec. 3.1. There is established an NS/EP Communications Executive Committee (Executive Committee) to serve as a forum to address NS/EP communications matters.

Sec. 3.2. The Executive Committee shall be composed of Assistant Secretary-level or equivalent representatives designated by the heads of the Departments of State, Defense, Justice, Commerce, and Homeland Security, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), the General Services Administration, and the Federal Communications Commission, as well as such additional agencies as the Executive Committee may designate. The designees of the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Secretary of Defense shall serve as Co-Chairs of the Executive Committee.

Sec. 3.3. The responsibilities of the Executive Committee shall be to: (a) advise and make policy recommendations to the President, through the PPD-1 process, on enhancing the survivability, resilience, and future architecture of NS/EP communications, including what should constitute NS/EP communications requirements;

(b) develop a long-term strategic vision for NS/EP communications and propose funding requirements and plans to the President and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), through the PPD-1 process, for NS/EP communications initiatives that benefit multiple agencies or other Federal entities;

(c) coordinate the planning for, and provision of, NS/EP communications for the Federal Government under all hazards;

(d) promote the incorporation of the optimal combination of hardness, redundancy, mobility, connectivity, interoperability, restorability, and security to obtain, to the maximum extent practicable, the survivability of NS/EP communications under all circumstances;

(e) recommend to the President, through the PPD-1 process, the regimes to test, exercise, and evaluate the capabilities of existing and planned communications systems, networks, or facilities to meet all executive branch NS/EP communications requirements, including any recommended remedial actions;

(f) provide quarterly updates to the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and the Director of OSTP, through the Co-Chairs, on the status of Executive Committee activities and develop an annual NS/EP communications strategic agenda utilizing the PPD-1 process;

(g) enable industry input with respect to the responsibilities established in this section; and

(h) develop, approve, and maintain a charter for the Executive Committee.

Sec. 4. Executive Committee Joint Program Office.

Sec. 4.1. The Secretary of Homeland Security shall establish an Executive Committee Joint Program Office (JPO) to provide full-time, expert, and administrative support for the Executive Committee's performance of its responsibilities under section 3.3 of this order. Staff of the JPO shall include detailees, as needed and appropriate, from agencies represented on the Executive Committee. The Department of Homeland Security shall provide resources to support the JPO. The JPO shall be responsive to the guidance of the Executive Committee.

Sec. 4.2. The responsibilities of the JPO shall include: coordination of programs that support NS/EP missions, priorities, goals, and policy; and, when directed by the Executive Committee, the convening of governmental and nongovernmental groups (consistent with the Federal Advisory Committees Act, as amended (5 U.S.C. App.)), coordination of activities, and development of policies for senior official review and approval.

Sec. 5. Specific Department and Agency Responsibilities.

Sec. 5.1. The Secretary of Defense shall: (a) oversee the development, testing, implementation, and sustainment of NS/EP communications that are directly responsive to the national security needs of the President, Vice President, and senior national leadership, including: communications with or among the President, Vice President, White House staff, heads of state and government, and Nuclear Command and Control leadership; Continuity of Government communications; and communications among the executive, judicial, and legislative branches to support Enduring Constitutional Government;

(b) incorporate, integrate, and ensure interoperability and the optimal combination of hardness, redundancy, mobility, connectivity, interoperability, restorability, and security to obtain, to the maximum extent practicable, the survivability of NS/EP communications defined in section 5.1(a) of this order under all circumstances, including conditions of crisis or emergency;

(c) provide to the Executive Committee the technical support necessary to develop and maintain plans adequate to provide for the security and protection of NS/EP communications; and

(d) provide, operate, and maintain communication services and facilities adequate to execute responsibilities consistent with Executive Order 12333 of December 4, 1981, as amended.

Sec. 5.2. The Secretary of Homeland Security shall: (a) oversee the development, testing, implementation, and sustainment of NS/EP communications, including: communications that support Continuity of Government; Federal, State, local, territorial, and tribal emergency preparedness and response communications; non-military executive branch communications systems; critical infrastructure protection networks; and non-military communications networks, particularly with respect to prioritization and restoration;

(b) incorporate, integrate, and ensure interoperability and the necessary combination of hardness, redundancy, mobility, connectivity, interoperability, restorability, and security to obtain, to the maximum extent practicable, the survivability of NS/EP communications defined in section 5.2(a) of this order under all circumstances, including conditions of crisis or emergency;

(c) provide to the Executive Committee the technical support necessary to develop and maintain plans adequate to provide for the security and protection of NS/EP communications;

(d) receive, integrate, and disseminate NS/EP communications information to the Federal Government and State, local, territorial, and tribal governments, as appropriate, to establish situational awareness, priority setting recommendations, and a common operating picture for NS/EP communications information;

(e) satisfy priority communications requirements through the use of commercial, Government, and privately owned communications resources, when appropriate;

(f) maintain a joint industry-Government center that is capable of assisting in the initiation, coordination, restoration, and reconstitution of NS/EP communications services or facilities under all conditions of emerging threats, crisis, or emergency;

(g) serve as the Federal lead for the prioritized restoration of communications infrastructure and coordinate the prioritization and restoration of communications, including resolution of any conflicts in or among priorities, in coordination with the Secretary of Defense when activities referenced in section 5.1(a) of this order are impacted, consistent with the National Response Framework. If conflicts in or among priorities cannot be resolved between the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security, they shall be referred for resolution in accordance with section 2.1 of this order; and

(h) within 60 days of the date of this order, in consultation with the Executive Committee where appropriate, develop and submit to the President, through the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, a detailed plan that describes the Department of Homeland

Security's organization and management structure for its NS/EP communications functions, including the Government Emergency Telecommunications Service, Wireless Priority Service, Telecommunications Service Priority program, Next Generation Network Priority program, the Executive Committee JPO, and relevant supporting entities.

Sec. 5.3. The Secretary of Commerce shall: (a) provide advice and guidance to the Executive Committee on the use of technical standards and metrics to support execution of NS/EP communications;

(b) identify for the Executive Committee requirements for additional technical standards and metrics to enhance NS/EP communications;

(c) engage with relevant standards development organizations to develop appropriate technical standards and metrics to enhance NS/EP communications;

(d) develop plans and procedures concerning radio spectrum allocations, assignments, and priorities for use by agencies and executive offices;

(e) develop, maintain, and publish policies, plans, and procedures for the management and use of radio frequency assignments, including the authority to amend, modify, or revoke such assignments, in those parts of the electromagnetic spectrum assigned to the Federal Government; and

(f) administer a system of radio spectrum priorities for those spectrum-dependent telecommunications resources belonging to and operated by the Federal Government and certify or approve such radio spectrum priorities, including the resolution of conflicts in or among such radio spectrum priorities during a crisis or emergency.

Sec. 5.4. The Administrator of General Services shall provide and maintain a common Federal acquisition approach that allows for the efficient centralized purchasing of equipment and services that meet NS/EP communications requirements. Nothing in this section shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect the procurement authorities granted by law to an agency or the head thereof.

Sec. 5.5. With respect to the Intelligence Community, the DNI, after consultation with the heads of affected agencies, may issue such policy directives and guidance as the DNI deems necessary to implement this order. Procedures or other guidance issued by the heads of elements of the Intelligence Community shall be in accordance with such policy directives or guidelines issued by the DNI.

Sec. 5.6. The Federal Communications Commission performs such functions as are required by law, including: (a) with respect to all entities licensed or regulated by the Federal Communications Commission: the extension, discontinuance, or reduction of common carrier facilities or services; the control of common carrier rates, charges, practices, and classifications; the construction, authorization, activation, deactivation, or closing of radio stations, services, and facilities; the assignment of radio frequencies to Federal Communications Commission licensees; the investigation of violations of pertinent law; and the assessment of communications service provider emergency needs and resources; and

(b) supporting the continuous operation and restoration of critical communications systems and services by assisting the Secretary of Homeland Security with infrastructure damage assessment and restoration, and by providing the Secretary of Homeland Security with information collected by the Federal Communications Commission on communications infrastructure, service outages, and restoration, as appropriate.

Sec. 6. General Agency Responsibilities. All agencies, to the extent consistent with law, shall: (a) determine the scope of their NS/EP communications requirements, and provide information regarding such requirements to the Executive Committee;

(b) prepare policies, plans, and procedures concerning communications facilities, services, or equipment under their management or operational control to maximize their capability to respond to the NS/EP needs of the Federal Government;

(c) propose initiatives, where possible, that may benefit multiple agencies or other Federal entities;

(d) administer programs that support broad NS/EP communications goals and policies;

(e) submit reports annually, or as otherwise requested, to the Executive Committee, regarding agency NS/EP communications activities;

(f) devise internal acquisition strategies in support of the centralized acquisition approach provided by the General Services Administration pursuant to section 5.4 of this order; and

(g) provide the Secretary of Homeland Security with timely reporting on NS/EP communications status to inform the common operating picture required under 6 U.S.C. 321(d).

Sec. 7. General Provisions. (a) For the purposes of this order, the word "agency" shall have the meaning set forth in section 6.1(b) of Executive Order 13526 of December 29, 2009.

(b) Executive Order 12472 of April 3, 1984, as amended, is hereby revoked.

(c) Executive Order 12382 of September 13, 1982, as amended, is further amended by striking the following language from section 2(e): "in his capacity as Executive Agent for the National Communications System".

(d) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to an agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the OMB relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(e) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(f) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

BARACK OBAMA

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ACT OF TREASON AGAINST AMERICAN PEOPLES

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MASS FATALITY PREPARATIONS (E.O : HR 6566)

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LE CONGRÈS MANDATTE LA FEMA À SE PRÉPARER À LA «PLANIFICATION DE MORTALITÉ DE MASSE» (HR 6566 IH)

06 octobre 2012HR 6566 IH112e CONGRÈS

Session 2d
H. R. 6566

Pour modifier le Homeland Security Act de 2002 pour exiger l'administrateur de la Federal Emergency Management Agency de fournir des conseils et de la coordination de la planification mortalité de masse, et à d'autres fins.

DANS LA CHAMBRE DES REPRÉSENTANTS

28 septembre 2012

Mme RICHARDSON a introduit le projet de loi suivant, qui a été renvoyé à la Commission des transports et des infrastructures, et en plus de la commission de la Sécurité intérieure, pour une période à déterminer ultérieurement par le Président, dans chaque cas, à l'examen des dispositions qui entrent relevant de la compétence de la commission intéressée

UN PROJET DE LOI

Pour modifier le Homeland Security Act de 2002 pour exiger l'administrateur de la Federal Emergency Management Agency de fournir des conseils et de la coordination de la planification pour préparer et fournir aux victimes d'une catastrophe naturelle, acte de terrorisme, ou d'autres catastrophes d'origine humaine, mais ne parvient pas à planifier la façon de préparer et de réagir aux décès de masse Un projet de loi, déposé le 28 septembre dernier, donne le mandat à la FEMA (gestion des urgences) de mettre en place des mesures pour faire face à des mortalités de masse causées par des attaques terroristes ou tous types de catastrophes* Sur le site du gouvernement fédéral, http://www.govtrack.us/, remarquez l'icone de la pyramide avec l'oeil juste au-dessus de la barre d'adresse... L'emblème du "Govtrackus" (le gouvernement nous surveille)?


Le Congrès américain a voté une loi qui mandate la Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA) à se préparer à la «planification de mortalité de masse». Parmi les mesures prévues dans le projet de loi on trouve: la mise en place de salons funéraires, de cimetières et de morgues puisque ces infrastructures funéraires seront débordées en cas d'attaque terroriste, en cas de catastrophe naturelle ou autre crise.

Le projet de loi HR 6566 a été publié sur le site govtrack.us ce matin, après avoir été approuvé par la Chambre le 28 Septembre. Le projet de loi modifie la Loi sur la sécurité intérieure de 2002 afin de mandater la FEMA à fournir des conseils, à assurer la coordination dans la planification de mortalité de masse, et à d'autres fins.

La loi va même jusqu'à demander à la FEMA d'être sensible au fait que les Juifs et les Musulmans exigent d'être enterrés dans les 48 heures suivant le décès.

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OBAMA SIGNS NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER EXPANDING HOMELAND SECURITY MISSION IN THE U.S.

Saturday, October 27, 2012



Oct. 26, President Obama signed a new Executive Order which expands the role and scope ofHomeland Security in states and areas across the country. This order, which establishes a new Security Partnership Council, will have far reaching effects in the overall mission of Homeland Security, and for state and local areas that interact with the Federal agency.

Economically, the Establishing the White House Homeland Security Partnership Council Executive Order will increase funding and resources to state and local governments to fulfill Homeland Security programs and doctrines, as well as increase Federal oversight in the implementation of directives tied to the agencies mission.



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The purpose of this order is to maximize the Federal Government’s ability to develop local partnerships in the United States to support homeland security priorities. Partnerships are collaborative working relationships in which the goals, structure, and roles and responsibilities of the relationships are mutually determined.
There is established a White House Homeland Security Partnership Council (Council) to foster local partnerships — between the Federal Government and the private sector, nongovernmental organizations, foundations, community-based organizations, and State, local, tribal, and territorial government and law enforcement — to address homeland security challenges.
Sec. 3. Mission and Function of the Council and Steering Committee

(ii) promote homeland security priorities and opportunities for collaboration between Federal Government field offices and State, local, tribal, and territorial stakeholders;
(iii) advise and confer with State, local, tribal, and territorial stakeholders and agencies interested in expanding or building local homeland security partnerships; – Whitehouse.gov


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The White House Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate Release
October 26, 2012

Executive Order — Establishing the White House Homeland Security Partnership Council




EXECUTIVE ORDER

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ESTABLISHING THE WHITE HOUSE
HOMELAND SECURITY PARTNERSHIP COUNCIL

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to advance the Federal Government’s use of local partnerships to address homeland security challenges, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. The purpose of this order is to maximize the Federal Government’s ability to develop local partnerships in the United States to support homeland security priorities. Partnerships are collaborative working relationships in which the goals, structure, and roles and responsibilities of the relationships are mutually determined.

Collaboration enables the Federal Government and its partners to use resources more efficiently, build on one another’s expertise, drive innovation, engage in collective action, broaden investments to achieve shared goals, and improve performance. Partnerships enhance our ability to address homeland security priorities, from responding to natural disasters to preventing terrorism, by utilizing diverse perspectives, skills, tools, and resources.

The National Security Strategy emphasizes the importance of partnerships, underscoring that to keep our Nation safe “we must tap the ingenuity outside government through strategic partnerships with the private sector, nongovernmental organizations, foundations, and community-based organizations. Such partnerships are critical to U.S. success at home and abroad, and we will support them through enhanced opportunities for engagement, coordination, transparency, and information sharing.” This approach recognizes that, given the complexities and range of challenges, we must institutionalize an all-of-Nation effort to address the evolving threats to the United States.

Sec. 2. White House Homeland Security Partnership Council and Steering Committee.

(a) White House Homeland Security Partnership Council. There is established a White House Homeland Security Partnership Council (Council) to foster local partnerships — between the Federal Government and the private sector, nongovernmental organizations, foundations, community-based organizations, and State, local, tribal, and territorial government and law enforcement — to address homeland security challenges. The Council shall be chaired by the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism (Chair), or a designee from the National Security Staff.

(b) Council Membership.

(i) Pursuant to the nomination process established in subsection (b)(ii) of this section, the Council shall be composed of Federal officials who are from field offices of the executive departments, agencies, and bureaus (agencies) that are members of the Steering Committee established in subsection (c) of this section, and who have demonstrated an ability to develop, sustain, and institutionalize local partnerships to address policy priorities.

(ii) The nomination process and selection criteria for members of the Council shall be established by the Steering Committee. Based on those criteria, agency heads may select and present to the Steering Committee their nominee or nominees to represent them on the Council. The Steering Committee shall consider all of the nominees and decide by consensus which of the nominees shall participate on the Council. Each member agency on the Steering Committee, with the exception of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, may have at least one representative on the Council.

(c) Steering Committee. There is also established a Steering Committee, chaired by the Chair of the Council, to provide guidance to the Council and perform other functions as set forth in this order. The Steering Committee shall include a representative at the Deputy agency head level, or that representative’s designee, from the following agencies:

(i) Department of State;

(ii) Department of the Treasury;

(iii) Department of Defense;

(iv) Department of Justice;

(v) Department of the Interior;

(vi) Department of Agriculture;

(vii) Department of Commerce;

(viii) Department of Labor;

(ix) Department of Health and Human Services;

(x) Department of Housing and Urban Development;

(xi) Department of Transportation;

(xii) Department of Energy;

(xiii) Department of Education;

(xiv) Department of Veterans Affairs;

(xv) Department of Homeland Security;

(xvi) Office of the Director of National Intelligence;

(xvii) Environmental Protection Agency;

(xviii) Small Business Administration; and

(xix) Federal Bureau of Investigation.

At the invitation of the Chair, representatives of agencies not listed in subsection (c) of this section or other executive branch entities may attend and participate in Steering Committee meetings as appropriate.

(d) Administration. The Chair or a designee shall convene meetings of the Council and Steering Committee, determine their agendas, and coordinate their work. The Council may establish subgroups consisting exclusively of Council members or their designees, as appropriate.

Sec. 3. Mission and Function of the Council and Steering Committee. (a) The Council shall, consistent with guidance from the Steering Committee:

(i) advise the Chair and Steering Committee members on priorities, challenges, and opportunities for local partnerships to support homeland security priorities, as well as regularly report to the Steering Committee on the Council’s efforts;

(ii) promote homeland security priorities and opportunities for collaboration between Federal Government field offices and State, local, tribal, and territorial stakeholders;

(iii) advise and confer with State, local, tribal, and territorial stakeholders and agencies interested in expanding or building local homeland security partnerships;

(iv) raise awareness of local partnership best practices that can support homeland security priorities;

(v) as appropriate, conduct outreach to representatives of the private sector, nongovernmental organizations, foundations, community-based organizations, and State, local, tribal, and territorial government and law enforcement entities with relevant expertise for local homeland security partnerships, and collaborate with other Federal Government bodies; and

(vi) convene an annual meeting to exchange key findings, progress, and best practices.

(b) The Steering Committee shall:

(i) determine the scope of issue areas the Council will address and its operating protocols, in consultation with the Office of Management and Budget;

(ii) establish the nomination process and selection criteria for members of the Council as set forth in section 2(b)(ii) of this order;

(iii) provide guidance to the Council on the activities set forth in subsection (a) of this section; and

(iv) within 1 year of the selection of the Council members, and annually thereafter, provide a report on the work of the Council to the President through the Chair.

Sec. 4. General Provisions. (a) The heads of agencies participating in the Steering Committee shall assist and provide information to the Council, consistent with applicable law, as may be necessary to implement this order. Each agency shall bear its own expense for participating in the Council.

(b) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to an executive department, agency, or the head thereof;

(ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals; or

(iii) the functions of the Overseas Security Advisory Council.

(c) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and appropriate protections for privacy and civil liberties, and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(d) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

BARACK OBAMA

THE WHITE HOUSE,
October 26, 2012.

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DAMNED URGENT! OBAMA SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER DECLARING INTERNATIONAL LAW FOR U.S.

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NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER SIGNED MAY 10th: IDENTIFYING AND REDUCING REGULATORY BURDENS



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MessagePosté le: Sam 17 Nov - 17:53 (2012)    Sujet du message: BOOTS ON THE GROUND: OBAMA'S CYBERSECURITY DIRECTIVE COULD ALLOW MILITARY DEPLOYMENT WITHIN THE US Répondre en citant

BOOTS ON THE GROUND: OBAMA'S CYBERSECURITY DIRECTIVE COULD ALLOW MILITARY DEPLOYMENT WITHIN THE US

Published: 16 November, 2012, 22:54




US President Barack Obama (AFP Photo / Jim Watson)


The White House is being asked by attorneys to explain a top-secret presidential policy directive signed last month that may allow for the domestic deployment of the US military for the sake of so-called cybersecurity.

Lawyers with the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) have filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the office of US President Barack Obama in hopes if hearing more about an elusive order signed in secrecy in mid-October but only made public in an article published this week in the Washington Post.

According to persons close to the White House who have seen the order and spoke with the Post, Presidential Policy Directive 20 (PP20) aims to “finalize new rules of engagement that would guide commanders when and how the military can go outside government networks to prevent a cyberattack that could cause significant destruction or casualties.” Attorneys with EPIC are now demanding that they see this secret order to find out what exactly that could mean, citing the possibility of putting boots on the ground in the United States if the government argues it’s imperative for cybersecurity.

In the FOIA request, EPIC attorneys Amie Stepanovich and Ginger McCall ask to see information about PP20 because they fear it may enable “military deployment within the United States by way of a “secret lawthat lets the National Security Agency and Pentagon put armed forces in charge of protecting America’s cyberinfrastructure and crucial routes of communications.

“We don’t know what’s in this policy directive and we feel the American public has the right to know,” McCall tells Raw Story this week.

On her part, Stepanovich adds that getting to the truth of the matter could be a nightmare given the NSA’s tendency to keep these sorts of things secret.

The NSA’s cyber security operations have been kept very, very secret, and because of that it has been impossible for the public to react to them,” Stepanovich adds.

“[That makes it] very difficult, we believe, for Congress to legislate in this area. It’s in the public’s best interest, from a knowledge perspective and from a legislative perspective, to be made aware of what authority the NSA is being given.”

The potential of martial law became a topic actually discussed by Congress last year when lawmakers first considered provisions for this year’s National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA. Before the House and Senate agreed on including a section to the law letting the White House arrest and detain any US citizen indefinitely without trial or charge, another provision was almost put on the books that would have essentially allowed for military rule during some situations.

The NDAA’s S. 1867 would “basically say in law for the first time that the homeland is part of the battlefield Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a supporter of the bill, said last year.

Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H) agreed with his colleague’s claim, telling Congress that “America is part of the battlefield” suggesting that the laws of war are applicable anywhere, even in someone’s own backyard.

EPIC writes that PPD 20 “may violate federal law that prohibits military deployment within the United States without congressional approval” if their worse fear prove correct.

According to the Post’s tale on the directive, the Pentagon now has blueprints to wage more offensive cyberassaults on entities that may be jeopardizing the cybersecurity of domestic computer systems. How they do that, however, remains an issue that the FOIA request will have to coerce from Washington.

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The White House

Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release
July 06, 2012

EXECUTIVE ORDER -- ASSIGNMENT OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTIONS

EXECUTIVE ORDER

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ASSIGNMENT OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTIONS


By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. The Federal Government must have the ability to communicate at all times and under all circumstances to carry out its most critical and time sensitive missions. Survivable, resilient, enduring, and effective communications, both domestic and international, are essential to enable the executive branch to communicate within itself and with: the legislative and judicial branches; State, local, territorial, and tribal governments; private sector entities; and the public, allies, and other nations. Such communications must be possible under all circumstances to ensure national security, effectively manage emergencies, and improve national resilience. The views of all levels of government, the private and nonprofit sectors, and the public must inform the development of national security and emergency preparedness (NS/EP) communications policies, programs, and capabilities.

Sec. 2. Executive Office Responsibilities.

Sec. 2.1. Policy coordination, guidance, dispute resolution, and periodic in-progress reviews for the functions described and assigned herein shall be provided through the interagency process established in Presidential Policy Directive-1 of February 13, 2009 (Organization of the National Security Council System) (PPD-1).

Sec. 2.2. The Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) shall: (a) issue an annual memorandum to the NS/EP Communications Executive Committee (established in section 3 of this order) highlighting national priorities for Executive Committee analyses, studies, research, and development regarding NS/EP communications;

(b) advise the President on the prioritization of radio spectrum and wired communications that support NS/EP functions; and

(c) have access to all appropriate information related to the test, exercise, evaluation, and readiness of the capabilities of all existing and planned NS/EP communications systems, networks, and facilities to meet all executive branch NS/EP requirements.

Sec. 2.3. The Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and the Director of OSTP shall make recommendations to the President, informed by the interagency policy process established in PPD-1, with respect to the exercise of authorities assigned to the President under section 706 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended (47 U.S.C. 606). The Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and the Director of OSTP shall also jointly monitor the exercise of these authorities, in the event of any delegation, through the process established in PPD-1 or as the President otherwise may direct.

Sec. 3. The NS/EP Communications Executive Committee.

Sec. 3.1. There is established an NS/EP Communications Executive Committee (Executive Committee) to serve as a forum to address NS/EP communications matters.

Sec. 3.2. The Executive Committee shall be composed of Assistant Secretary-level or equivalent representatives designated by the heads of the Departments of State, Defense, Justice, Commerce, and Homeland Security, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), the General Services Administration, and the Federal Communications Commission, as well as such additional agencies as the Executive Committee may designate. The designees of the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Secretary of Defense shall serve as Co-Chairs of the Executive Committee.

Sec. 3.3. The responsibilities of the Executive Committee shall be to: (a) advise and make policy recommendations to the President, through the PPD-1 process, on enhancing the survivability, resilience, and future architecture of NS/EP communications, including what should constitute NS/EP communications requirements;

(b) develop a long-term strategic vision for NS/EP communications and propose funding requirements and plans to the President and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), through the PPD-1 process, for NS/EP communications initiatives that benefit multiple agencies or other Federal entities;

(c) coordinate the planning for, and provision of, NS/EP communications for the Federal Government under all hazards;

(d) promote the incorporation of the optimal combination of hardness, redundancy, mobility, connectivity, interoperability, restorability, and security to obtain, to the maximum extent practicable, the survivability of NS/EP communications under all circumstances;

(e) recommend to the President, through the PPD-1 process, the regimes to test, exercise, and evaluate the capabilities of existing and planned communications systems, networks, or facilities to meet all executive branch NS/EP communications requirements, including any recommended remedial actions;

(f) provide quarterly updates to the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism and the Director of OSTP, through the Co-Chairs, on the status of Executive Committee activities and develop an annual NS/EP communications strategic agenda utilizing the PPD-1 process;

(g) enable industry input with respect to the responsibilities established in this section; and

(h) develop, approve, and maintain a charter for the Executive Committee.

Sec. 4. Executive Committee Joint Program Office.

Sec. 4.1. The Secretary of Homeland Security shall establish an Executive Committee Joint Program Office (JPO) to provide full-time, expert, and administrative support for the Executive Committee's performance of its responsibilities under section 3.3 of this order. Staff of the JPO shall include detailees, as needed and appropriate, from agencies represented on the Executive Committee. The Department of Homeland Security shall provide resources to support the JPO. The JPO shall be responsive to the guidance of the Executive Committee.

Sec. 4.2. The responsibilities of the JPO shall include: coordination of programs that support NS/EP missions, priorities, goals, and policy; and, when directed by the Executive Committee, the convening of governmental and nongovernmental groups (consistent with the Federal Advisory Committees Act, as amended (5 U.S.C. App.)), coordination of activities, and development of policies for senior official review and approval.

Sec. 5. Specific Department and Agency Responsibilities.

Sec. 5.1. The Secretary of Defense shall: (a) oversee the development, testing, implementation, and sustainment of NS/EP communications that are directly responsive to the national security needs of the President, Vice President, and senior national leadership, including: communications with or among the President, Vice President, White House staff, heads of state and government, and Nuclear Command and Control leadership; Continuity of Government communications; and communications among the executive, judicial, and legislative branches to support Enduring Constitutional Government;

(b) incorporate, integrate, and ensure interoperability and the optimal combination of hardness, redundancy, mobility, connectivity, interoperability, restorability, and security to obtain, to the maximum extent practicable, the survivability of NS/EP communications defined in section 5.1(a) of this order under all circumstances, including conditions of crisis or emergency;

(c) provide to the Executive Committee the technical support necessary to develop and maintain plans adequate to provide for the security and protection of NS/EP communications; and

(d) provide, operate, and maintain communication services and facilities adequate to execute responsibilities consistent with Executive Order 12333 of December 4, 1981, as amended.

Sec. 5.2. The Secretary of Homeland Security shall: (a) oversee the development, testing, implementation, and sustainment of NS/EP communications, including: communications that support Continuity of Government; Federal, State, local, territorial, and tribal emergency preparedness and response communications; non-military executive branch communications systems; critical infrastructure protection networks; and non-military communications networks, particularly with respect to prioritization and restoration;

(b) incorporate, integrate, and ensure interoperability and the necessary combination of hardness, redundancy, mobility, connectivity, interoperability, restorability, and security to obtain, to the maximum extent practicable, the survivability of NS/EP communications defined in section 5.2(a) of this order under all circumstances, including conditions of crisis or emergency;

(c) provide to the Executive Committee the technical support necessary to develop and maintain plans adequate to provide for the security and protection of NS/EP communications;

(d) receive, integrate, and disseminate NS/EP communications information to the Federal Government and State, local, territorial, and tribal governments, as appropriate, to establish situational awareness, priority setting recommendations, and a common operating picture for NS/EP communications information;

(e) satisfy priority communications requirements through the use of commercial, Government, and privately owned communications resources, when appropriate;

(f) maintain a joint industry-Government center that is capable of assisting in the initiation, coordination, restoration, and reconstitution of NS/EP communications services or facilities under all conditions of emerging threats, crisis, or emergency;

(g) serve as the Federal lead for the prioritized restoration of communications infrastructure and coordinate the prioritization and restoration of communications, including resolution of any conflicts in or among priorities, in coordination with the Secretary of Defense when activities referenced in section 5.1(a) of this order are impacted, consistent with the National Response Framework. If conflicts in or among priorities cannot be resolved between the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security, they shall be referred for resolution in accordance with section 2.1 of this order; and

(h) within 60 days of the date of this order, in consultation with the Executive Committee where appropriate, develop and submit to the President, through the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, a detailed plan that describes the Department of Homeland

Security's organization and management structure for its NS/EP communications functions, including the Government Emergency Telecommunications Service, Wireless Priority Service, Telecommunications Service Priority program, Next Generation Network Priority program, the Executive Committee JPO, and relevant supporting entities.

Sec. 5.3. The Secretary of Commerce shall: (a) provide advice and guidance to the Executive Committee on the use of technical standards and metrics to support execution of NS/EP communications;

(b) identify for the Executive Committee requirements for additional technical standards and metrics to enhance NS/EP communications;

(c) engage with relevant standards development organizations to develop appropriate technical standards and metrics to enhance NS/EP communications;

(d) develop plans and procedures concerning radio spectrum allocations, assignments, and priorities for use by agencies and executive offices;

(e) develop, maintain, and publish policies, plans, and procedures for the management and use of radio frequency assignments, including the authority to amend, modify, or revoke such assignments, in those parts of the electromagnetic spectrum assigned to the Federal Government; and

(f) administer a system of radio spectrum priorities for those spectrum-dependent telecommunications resources belonging to and operated by the Federal Government and certify or approve such radio spectrum priorities, including the resolution of conflicts in or among such radio spectrum priorities during a crisis or emergency.

Sec. 5.4. The Administrator of General Services shall provide and maintain a common Federal acquisition approach that allows for the efficient centralized purchasing of equipment and services that meet NS/EP communications requirements. Nothing in this section shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect the procurement authorities granted by law to an agency or the head thereof.

Sec. 5.5. With respect to the Intelligence Community, the DNI, after consultation with the heads of affected agencies, may issue such policy directives and guidance as the DNI deems necessary to implement this order. Procedures or other guidance issued by the heads of elements of the Intelligence Community shall be in accordance with such policy directives or guidelines issued by the DNI.

Sec. 5.6. The Federal Communications Commission performs such functions as are required by law, including: (a) with respect to all entities licensed or regulated by the Federal Communications Commission: the extension, discontinuance, or reduction of common carrier facilities or services; the control of common carrier rates, charges, practices, and classifications; the construction, authorization, activation, deactivation, or closing of radio stations, services, and facilities; the assignment of radio frequencies to Federal Communications Commission licensees; the investigation of violations of pertinent law; and the assessment of communications service provider emergency needs and resources; and

(b) supporting the continuous operation and restoration of critical communications systems and services by assisting the Secretary of Homeland Security with infrastructure damage assessment and restoration, and by providing the Secretary of Homeland Security with information collected by the Federal Communications Commission on communications infrastructure, service outages, and restoration, as appropriate.

Sec. 6. General Agency Responsibilities. All agencies, to the extent consistent with law, shall: (a) determine the scope of their NS/EP communications requirements, and provide information regarding such requirements to the Executive Committee;

(b) prepare policies, plans, and procedures concerning communications facilities, services, or equipment under their management or operational control to maximize their capability to respond to the NS/EP needs of the Federal Government;

(c) propose initiatives, where possible, that may benefit multiple agencies or other Federal entities;

(d) administer programs that support broad NS/EP communications goals and policies;

(e) submit reports annually, or as otherwise requested, to the Executive Committee, regarding agency NS/EP communications activities;

(f) devise internal acquisition strategies in support of the centralized acquisition approach provided by the General Services Administration pursuant to section 5.4 of this order; and

(g) provide the Secretary of Homeland Security with timely reporting on NS/EP communications status to inform the common operating picture required under 6 U.S.C. 321(d).

Sec. 7. General Provisions. (a) For the purposes of this order, the word "agency" shall have the meaning set forth in section 6.1(b) of Executive Order 13526 of December 29, 2009.

(b) Executive Order 12472 of April 3, 1984, as amended, is hereby revoked.

(c) Executive Order 12382 of September 13, 1982, as amended, is further amended by striking the following language from section 2(e): "in his capacity as Executive Agent for the National Communications System".

(d) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the authority granted by law to an agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii) the functions of the Director of the OMB relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(e) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(f) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

BARACK OBAMA

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/07/06/executive-order-assignment-national-security-and-emergency-preparedness-


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H.R.5736 -- Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012 (Introduced in House - IH)
HR 5736 IH

112th CONGRESS2d SessionH. R. 5736To amend the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948 to authorize the domestic dissemination of information and material about the United States intended primarily for foreign audiences, and for other purposes.


IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESMay 10, 2012Mr. THORNBERRY (for himself and Mr. SMITH of Washington) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs


A BILLTo amend the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948 to authorize the domestic dissemination of information and material about the United States intended primarily for foreign audiences, and for other purposes.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
    This Act may be cited as the `Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012'.
SEC. 2. DISSEMINATION ABROAD OF INFORMATION ABOUT THE UNITED STATES.
    (a) United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948- Section 501 of the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948 (22 U.S.C. 1461) is amended to read as follows:
`GENERAL AUTHORIZATION
    `Sec. 501. (a) The Secretary and the Broadcasting Board of Governors are authorized to use funds appropriated or otherwise made available for public diplomacy information programs to provide for the preparation, dissemination, and use of information intended for foreign audiences abroad about the United States, its people, and its policies, through press, publications, radio, motion pictures, the Internet, and other information media, including social media, and through information centers, instructors, and other direct or indirect means of communication.
    `(b)(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), the Secretary and the Broadcasting Board of Governors may, upon request and reimbursement of the reasonable costs incurred in fulfilling such a request, make available, in the United States, motion pictures, films, video, audio, and other materials prepared for dissemination abroad or disseminated abroad pursuant to this Act, the United States International Broadcasting Act of 1994 (22 U.S.C. 6201 et seq.), the Radio Broadcasting to Cuba Act (22 U.S.C. 1465 et seq.), or the Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act (22 U.S.C. 1465aa et seq.). The Secretary and the Broadcasting Board of Governors shall issue necessary regulations--
      `(A) to establish procedures to maintain such material;
      `(B) for reimbursement of the reasonable costs incurred in fulfilling requests for such material; and
      `(C) to ensure that the persons seeking release of such material have secured and paid for necessary United States rights and licenses.
    `(2) With respect to material prepared for dissemination abroad or disseminated abroad before the effective date of the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012--
      `(A) the Secretary and the Broadcasting Board of Governors shall make available to the Archivist of the United States, for domestic distribution, motion pictures, films, videotapes, and other material 12 years after the initial dissemination of the material abroad; and
      `(B) the Archivist shall be the official custodian of the material and shall issue necessary regulations to ensure that persons seeking its release in the United States have secured and paid for necessary United States rights and licenses and that all costs associated with the provision of the material by the Archivist shall be paid by the persons seeking its release, in accordance with paragraph (3).
    `(3) The Archivist may charge fees to recover the costs described in paragraph (2), in accordance with section 2116(c) of title 44. Such fees shall be paid into, administered, and expended as part of the National Archives Trust Fund.
    `(c) Nothing in this section may be construed to require the Secretary or the Broadcasting Board of Governors to make material disseminated abroad available in any format other than in the format disseminated abroad.'.
    (b) Rule of Construction- Nothing in this section may be construed to affect the allocation of funds appropriated or otherwise made specifically available for public diplomacy.
    (c) Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987- Section 208 of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987 (22 U.S.C. 1461-1a) is amended to read as follows:
`SEC. 208. CLARIFICATION ON DOMESTIC DISTRIBUTION OF PROGRAM MATERIAL.
    `(a) In General- No funds authorized to be appropriated to the Department of State or the Broadcasting Board of Governors shall be used to influence public opinion in the United States. This section shall apply only to programs carried out pursuant to the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948 (22 U.S.C. 1431 et seq.), the United States International Broadcasting Act of 1994 (22 U.S.C. 6201 et seq.), the Radio Broadcasting to Cuba Act (22 U.S.C. 1465 et seq.), and the Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act (22 U.S.C. 1465aa et seq.). This section shall not prohibit or delay the Department of State or the Broadcasting Board of Governors from providing information about its operations, policies, programs, or program material, or making such available, to the media, public, or Congress, in accordance with other applicable law.
    `(b) Rule of Construction- Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit the Department of State or the Broadcasting Board of Governors from engaging in any medium or form of communication, either directly or indirectly, because a United States domestic audience is or may be thereby exposed to program material, or based on a presumption of such exposure. Such material may be made available within the United States and disseminated, when appropriate, pursuant to sections 502 and 1005 of the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948 (22 U.S.C. 1462 and 1437), except that nothing in this section may be construed to authorize the Department of State or the Broadcasting Board of Governors to disseminate within the United States any program material prepared for dissemination abroad on or before the effective date of the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012.
    `(c) Application- The provisions of this section shall apply only to the Department of State and the Broadcasting Board of Governors and to no other department or agency of the Federal Government.'.
    (d) Conforming Amendments- The United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948 is amended--
      (1) in section 502 (22 U.S.C. 1462)--
        (A) by inserting `and the Broadcasting Board of Governors' after `Secretary'; and
        (B) by inserting `or the Broadcasting Board of Governors' after `Department'; and
      (2) in section 1005 (22 U.S.C. 1437), by inserting `and the Broadcasting Board of Governors' after `Secretary' each place it appears.
    (e) Effective Date- This Act shall take effect and apply on the date that is 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.


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H.R.624 - CYBER INTELLIGENCE SHARING AND PROTECTION ACT

To provide for the sharing of certain cyber threat intelligence and cyber threat information between the intelligence community and cybersecurity entities, and for other purposes.

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HR 624 IHRH




Union Calendar No. 25





113th CONGRESS




1st Session




H. R. 624





[Report No. 113-39]




To provide for the sharing of certain cyber threat intelligence and cyber threat information between the intelligence community and cybersecurity entities, and for other purposes.




IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES




February 13, 2013





Mr. ROGERS of Michigan (for himself and Mr. RUPPERSBERGER) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Select Committee on Intelligence (Permanent Select)




April 15, 2013





Additional sponsors: Mr. MCCAUL, Mr. THORNBERRY, Mr. UPTON, Mr. WALDEN, Mr. WESTMORELAND, Mr. NUNES, Mr. POMPEO, Mr. PETERS of California, Ms. SINEMA, Mr. LANCE, Mr. LOBIONDO, Mr. KING of New York, Mr. HECK of Nevada, Mr. STIVERS, Mr. CONAWAY, Mr. MCHENRY, Mrs. MILLER of Michigan, Mr. GUTHRIE, Mr. KLINE, Mr. SCHOCK, Mr. MULVANEY, Mr. HASTINGS of Washington, Mr. CAMP, Mr. COLE, Mr. KINZINGER of Illinois, Mr. AMODEI, Mr. GRIFFIN of Arkansas, Ms. SEWELL of Alabama, Mr. CUELLAR, Mr. COSTA, Mr. HASTINGS of Florida, Mr. KILMER, Mr. LIPINSKI, Mr. ENYART, Mr. GUTIERREZ, and Mr. VARGAS




April 15, 2013





Reported with an amendment, committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, and ordered to be printed




[Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert the part printed in italic]




[For text of introduced bill, see copy of bill as introduced on February 13, 2013]






A BILL





To provide for the sharing of certain cyber threat intelligence and cyber threat information between the intelligence community and cybersecurity entities, and for other purposes.




    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,




SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
    This Act may be cited as the ‘Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act’.




SEC. 2. CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION SHARING.
    (a) In General- Title XI of the National Security Act of 1947 ( 50 U.S.C. 442 et seq.) is amended by adding at the end the following new section:




Citation:

‘CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION SHARING
    ‘Sec. 1104. (a) Intelligence Community Sharing of Cyber Threat Intelligence With Private Sector and Utilities-




      ‘(1) IN GENERAL- The Director of National Intelligence shall establish procedures to allow elements of the intelligence community to share cyber threat intelligence with private-sector entities and utilities and to encourage the sharing of such intelligence.




      ‘(2) SHARING AND USE OF CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCE- The procedures established under paragraph (1) shall provide that classified cyber threat intelligence may only be--




        ‘(A) shared by an element of the intelligence community with--




          ‘(i) a certified entity; or




          ‘(ii) a person with an appropriate security clearance to receive such cyber threat intelligence;





        ‘(B) shared consistent with the need to protect the national security of the United States; and




        ‘(C) used by a certified entity in a manner which protects such cyber threat intelligence from unauthorized disclosure.





      ‘(3) SECURITY CLEARANCE APPROVALS- The Director of National Intelligence shall issue guidelines providing that the head of an element of the intelligence community may, as the head of such element considers necessary to carry out this subsection--




        ‘(A) grant a security clearance on a temporary or permanent basis to an employee or officer of a certified entity;




        ‘(B) grant a security clearance on a temporary or permanent basis to a certified entity and approval to use appropriate facilities; and




        ‘(C) expedite the security clearance process for a person or entity as the head of such element considers necessary, consistent with the need to protect the national security of the United States.





      ‘(4) NO RIGHT OR BENEFIT- The provision of information to a private-sector entity or a utility under this subsection shall not create a right or benefit to similar information by such entity or such utility or any other private-sector entity or utility.




      ‘(5) RESTRICTION ON DISCLOSURE OF CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a certified entity receiving cyber threat intelligence pursuant to this subsection shall not further disclose such cyber threat intelligence to another entity, other than to a certified entity or other appropriate agency or department of the Federal Government authorized to receive such cyber threat intelligence.





    ‘(b) Use of Cybersecurity Systems and Sharing of Cyber Threat Information-




      ‘(1) IN GENERAL-




        ‘(A) CYBERSECURITY PROVIDERS- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a cybersecurity provider, with the express consent of a protected entity for which such cybersecurity provider is providing goods or services for cybersecurity purposes, may, for cybersecurity purposes--




          ‘(i) use cybersecurity systems to identify and obtain cyber threat information to protect the rights and property of such protected entity; and




          ‘(ii) share such cyber threat information with any other entity designated by such protected entity, including, if specifically designated, the Federal Government.





        ‘(B) SELF-PROTECTED ENTITIES- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a self-protected entity may, for cybersecurity purposes--




          ‘(i) use cybersecurity systems to identify and obtain cyber threat information to protect the rights and property of such self-protected entity; and




          ‘(ii) share such cyber threat information with any other entity, including the Federal Government.





      ‘(2) SHARING WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT-




        ‘(A) INFORMATION SHARED WITH THE NATIONAL CYBERSECURITY AND COMMUNICATIONS INTEGRATION CENTER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY- Subject to the use and protection of information requirements under paragraph (3), the head of a department or agency of the Federal Government receiving cyber threat information in accordance with paragraph (1) shall provide such cyber threat information in as close to real time as possible to the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center of the Department of Homeland Security.




        ‘(B) REQUEST TO SHARE WITH ANOTHER DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT- An entity sharing cyber threat information that is provided to the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center of the Department of Homeland Security under subparagraph (A) or paragraph (1) may request the head of such Center to, and the head of such Center may, provide such information in as close to real time as possible to another department or agency of the Federal Government.





      ‘(3) USE AND PROTECTION OF INFORMATION- Cyber threat information shared in accordance with paragraph (1)--




        ‘(A) shall only be shared in accordance with any restrictions placed on the sharing of such information by the protected entity or self-protected entity authorizing such sharing, including appropriate anonymization or minimization of such information and excluding limiting a department or agency of the Federal Government from sharing such information with another department or agency of the Federal Government in accordance with this section;




        ‘(B) may not be used by an entity to gain an unfair competitive advantage to the detriment of the protected entity or the self-protected entity authorizing the sharing of information;




        ‘(C) may only be used by a non-Federal recipient of such information for a cybersecurity purpose;




        ‘(D) if shared with the Federal Government--




          ‘(i) shall be exempt from disclosure under section 552 of title 5, United States Code (commonly known as the ‘Freedom of Information Act’);




          ‘(ii) shall be considered proprietary information and shall not be disclosed to an entity outside of the Federal Government except as authorized by the entity sharing such information;




          ‘(iii) shall not be used by the Federal Government for regulatory purposes;




          ‘(iv) shall not be provided by the department or agency of the Federal Government receiving such cyber threat information to another department or agency of the Federal Government under paragraph (2)(A) if--




            ‘(I) the entity providing such information determines that the provision of such information will undermine the purpose for which such information is shared; or





            ‘(II) unless otherwise directed by the President, the head of the department or agency of the Federal Government receiving such cyber threat information determines that the provision of such information will undermine the purpose for which such information is shared; and






          ‘(v) shall be handled by the Federal Government consistent with the need to protect sources and methods and the national security of the United States; and






        ‘(DE) shall be exempt from disclosure under a State, local, or tribal law or regulation that requires public disclosure of information by a public or quasi-public entity.





      ‘(4) EXEMPTION FROM LIABILITY-





        ‘(A) EXEMPTION- No civil or criminal cause of action shall lie or be maintained in Federal or State court against a protected entity, self-protected entity, cybersecurity provider, or an officer, employee, or agent of a protected entity, self-protected entity, or cybersecurity provider, acting in good faith--



          ‘(Ai) for using cybersecurity systems to identify or obtain cyber threat information or for sharing such information in accordance with this section; or




          ‘(Bii) for decisions made for cybersecurity purposes and based on cyber threat information identified, obtained, or shared under this section.






        ‘(5)B) LACK OF GOOD FAITH- For purposes of the exemption from liability under subparagraph (A), a lack of good faith includes, but is not limited to, any act or omission taken with intent to injure, defraud, or otherwise endanger any individual, government entity, private entity, or utility.





      ‘(5) RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER LAWS REQUIRING THE DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION- The submission of information under this subsection to the Federal Government shall not satisfy or affect--




        ‘(A) any requirement under any other provision of law for a person or entity to provide information to the Federal Government; or




        ‘(B) the applicability of other provisions of law, including section 552 of title 5, United States Code (commonly known as the ‘Freedom of Information Act’), with respect to information required to be provided to the Federal Government under such other provision of law.





      ‘(6) RULE OF CONSTRUCTION- Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to provide new authority to--




        ‘(A) a cybersecurity provider to use a cybersecurity system to identify or obtain cyber threat information from a system or network other than a system or network owned or operated by a protected entity for which such cybersecurity provider is providing goods or services for cybersecurity purposes; or





        ‘(B) a self-protected entity to use a cybersecurity system to identify or obtain cyber threat information from a system or network other than a system or network owned or operated by such self-protected entity.







    ‘(c) Federal Government Use of Information-




      ‘(1) LIMITATION- The Federal Government may use cyber threat information shared with the Federal Government in accordance with subsection (b)--





        ‘(A) for cybersecurity purposes;




        ‘(B) for the investigation and prosecution of cybersecurity crimes;





        ‘(C) for the protection of individuals from the danger of death or serious bodily harm and the investigation and prosecution of crimes involving such danger of death or serious bodily harm; or





        ‘(D) for the protection of minors from child pornography, any risk of sexual exploitation, and serious threats to the physical safety of minors, including kidnapping and trafficking and the investigation and prosecution of crimes involving child pornography, any risk of sexual exploitation, and serious threats to the physical safety of minors, including kidnapping and trafficking, and any crime referred to in section 2258A(a)(2) of title 18, United States Code; or‘(E) to protect the national security of the United States.






      ‘(2) AFFIRMATIVE SEARCH RESTRICTION- The Federal Government may not affirmatively search cyber threat information shared with the Federal Government under subsection (b) for a purpose other than a purpose referred to in paragraph (1)(B).





      ‘(3) ANTI-TASKING RESTRICTION- Nothing in this section shall be construed to permit the Federal Government to--




        ‘(A) require a private-sector entity or utility to share information with the Federal Government; or





        ‘(B) condition the sharing of cyber threat intelligence with a private-sector entity or utility on the provision of cyber threat information to the Federal Government.






      ‘(4) PROTECTION OF SENSITIVE PERSONAL DOCUMENTS- The Federal Government may not use the following information, containing information that identifies a person, shared with the Federal Government in accordance with subsection (b):‘(A) unless such information is used in accordance with the policies and procedures established under paragraph (7):





        ‘(A) Library circulation records.





        ‘(B) Library patron lists.





        ‘(C) Book sales records.





        ‘(D) Book customer lists.





        ‘(E) Firearms sales records.





        ‘(F) Tax return records.





        ‘(G) Educational records.





        ‘(H) Medical records.






      ‘(5) NOTIFICATION OF NON-CYBER THREAT INFORMATION- If a department or agency of the Federal Government receiving information pursuant to subsection (b)(1) determines that such information is not cyber threat information, such department or agency shall notify the entity or provider sharing such information pursuant to subsection (b)(1).Comments




      ‘(6) RETENTION AND USE OF CYBER THREAT INFORMATION- No department or agency of the Federal Government shall retain or use information shared pursuant to subsection (b)(1) for any use other than a use permitted under subsection (c)(1).





      ‘(7) PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL INFORMATION- The Federal Government mayIVACY AND CIVIL LIBERTIES-




        ‘(A) POLICIES AND PROCEDURES- The Director of National Intelligence, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Attorney General, shall establish and periodically review policies and procedures governing the receipt, retention, use, and disclosure of non-publicly available cyber threat information shared with the Federal Government in accordance with subsection (b)(1). Such policies and procedures shall, consistent with the need to protect Federal systems and critical information infrastructure from cybersecurity threats and to mitigate such threats, undertake reasonable efforts to limitnetworks from cyber threats and mitigate cyber threats in a timely manner--





          ‘(i) minimize the impact on privacy and civil liberties of the sharing of cyber threat information with the Federal Government pursuant to this subsection;





          ‘(ii) reasonably limit the receipt, retention, use, and disclosure of cyber threat information associated with specific persons that is not necessary to protect systems or networks from cyber threats or mitigate cyber threats in a timely manner;





          ‘(iii) include requirements to safeguard non-publicly available cyber threat information that may be used to identify specific persons from unauthorized access or acquisition;





          ‘(iv) protect the confidentiality of cyber threat information associated with specific persons to the greatest extent practicable; and





          ‘(v) not delay or impede the flow of cyber threat information necessary to defend against or mitigate a cyber threat.







        ‘(B) SUBMISSION TO CONGRESS- The Director of National Intelligence shall, consistent with the need to protect sources and methods, submit to Congress the policies and procedures required under subparagraph (A) and any updates to such policies and procedures.





        ‘(C) IMPLEMENTATION- The head of each department or agency of the Federal Government receiving cyber threat information shared with the Federal Government under subsection (b)(1) shall--





          ‘(i) implement the policies and procedures established under subparagraph (A); and





          ‘(ii) promptly notify the Director of National Intelligence, the Attorney General, and the congressional intelligence committees of any significant violations of such policies and procedures.






        ‘(D) OVERSIGHT- The Director of National Intelligence, in consultation with the Attorney General, the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Secretary of Defense, shall establish a program to monitor and oversee compliance with the policies and procedures established under subparagraph (A).






    ‘(d) Federal Government Liability for Violations of Restrictions on the Disclosure, Use, and Protection of Voluntarily Shared Information-




      ‘(1) IN GENERAL- If a department or agency of the Federal Government intentionally or willfully violates subsection (b)(3)(CD) or subsection (c) with respect to the disclosure, use, or protection of voluntarily shared cyber threat information shared under this section, the United States shall be liable to a person adversely affected by such violation in an amount equal to the sum of--




        ‘(A) the actual damages sustained by the person as a result of the violation or $1,000, whichever is greater; and





        ‘(B) the costs of the action together with reasonable attorney fees as determined by the court.





      ‘(2) VENUE- An action to enforce liability created under this subsection may be brought in the district court of the United States in--





        ‘(A) the district in which the complainant resides;




        ‘(B) the district in which the principal place of business of the complainant is located;





        ‘(C) the district in which the department or agency of the Federal Government that disclosed the information is located; or





        ‘(D) the District of Columbia.






      ‘(3) STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS- No action shall lie under this subsection unless such action is commenced not later than two years after the date of the violation of subsection (b)(3)(CD) or subsection (c) that is the basis for the action.





      ‘(4) EXCLUSIVE CAUSE OF ACTION- A cause of action under this subsection shall be the exclusive means available to a complainant seeking a remedy for a violation of subsection (b)(3)(CD) or subsection (c).






    ‘(e) Reports on Information Sharing-





      ‘(1) INSPECTOR GENERAL REPORT- The Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, in consultation with the Inspector General of the Department of Justice, the Inspector General of the Department of Defense, and the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, shall annually submit to the congressional intelligence committees a report containing a review of the use of information shared with the Federal Government under this section, including--





        ‘(A) a review of the use by the Federal Government of such information for a purpose other than a cybersecurity purpose;




        ‘(B) a review of the type of information shared with the Federal Government under this section;





        ‘(C) a review of the actions taken by the Federal Government based on such information;




        ‘(D) appropriate metrics to determine the impact of the sharing of such information with the Federal Government on privacy and civil liberties, if any;




        ‘(E) a list of the departments or agencies receiving such information;





        ‘(F) a review of the sharing of such information within the Federal Government to identify inappropriate stovepiping of shared information; and





        ‘(G) any recommendations of the Inspector General for improvements or modifications to the authorities under this section.






      ‘(2) PRIVACY AND CIVIL LIBERTIES OFFICERS REPORT- The Civil Liberties Protection Officer of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer of the Department of Justice, in consultation with the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, and the senior privacy and civil liberties officer of each department or agency of the Federal Government that receives cyber threat information shared with the Federal Government under this section, shall annually and jointly submit to Congress a report assessing the privacy and civil liberties impact of the activities conducted by the Federal Government under this section. Such report shall include any recommendations the Civil Liberties Protection Officer and Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer consider appropriate to minimize or mitigate the privacy and civil liberties impact of the sharing of cyber threat information under this section.





      ‘(3) FORM- Each report required under paragraph (1) or (2) shall be submitted in unclassified form, but may include a classified annex.





    ‘(f) Federal Preemption- This section supersedes any statute of a State or political subdivision of a State that restricts or otherwise expressly regulates an activity authorized under subsection (b).





    ‘(g) Savings Clauses-





      ‘(1) EXISTING AUTHORITIES- Nothing in this section shall be construed to limit any other authority to use a cybersecurity system or to identify, obtain, or share cyber threat intelligence or cyber threat information.





      ‘(2) LIMITATION ON MILITARY AND INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR CYBERSECURITY EFFORTS- Nothing in this section shall be construed to provide additional authority to, or modify an existing authority of, the Department of Defense or the National Security Agency or any other element of the intelligence community to control, modify, require, or otherwise direct the cybersecurity efforts of a private-sector entity or a component of the Federal Government or a State, local, or tribal government.





      ‘(3) INFORMATION SHARING RELATIONSHIPS- Nothing in this section shall be construed to--





        ‘(A) limit or modify an existing information sharing relationship;





        ‘(B) prohibit a new information sharing relationship;





        ‘(C) require a new information sharing relationship between the Federal Government and a private-sector entity; or or utility;





        ‘(D) modify the authority of a department or agency of the Federal Government to protect sources and methods and the national security of the United States; or





        ‘(E) preclude the Federal Government from requiring an entity to report significant cyber incidents if authorized or required to do so under another provision of law.






      ‘(4) LIMITATION ON FEDERAL GOVERNMENT USE OF CYBERSECURITY SYSTEMS- Nothing in this section shall be construed to provide additional authority to, or modify an existing authority of, any entity to use a cybersecurity system owned or controlled by the Federal Government on a private-sector system or network to protect such private-sector system or network.





      ‘(5) NO LIABILITY FOR NON-PARTICIPATION- Nothing in this section shall be construed to subject a protected entity, self-protected entity, cyber security provider, or an officer, employee, or agent of a protected entity, self-protected entity, or cybersecurity provider, to liability for choosing not to engage in the voluntary activities authorized under this section.





      ‘(6) USE AND RETENTION OF INFORMATION- Nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize, or to modify any existing authority of, a department or agency of the Federal Government to retain or use information shared pursuant to subsection (b)(1) for any use other than a use permitted under subsection (c)(1).






    ‘(h) Definitions- In this section:





      ‘(1) AVAILABILITY- The term ‘availability’ means ensuring timely and reliable access to and use of information.





      ‘(2) CERTIFIED ENTITY- The term ‘certified entity’ means a protected entity, self-protected entity, or cybersecurity provider that--





        ‘(A) possesses or is eligible to obtain a security clearance, as determined by the Director of National Intelligence; and





        ‘(B) is able to demonstrate to the Director of National Intelligence that such provider or such entity can appropriately protect classified cyber threat intelligence.






      ‘(3) CONFIDENTIALITY- The term ‘confidentiality’ means preserving authorized restrictions on access and disclosure, including means for protecting personal privacy and proprietary information.





      ‘(4) CYBER THREAT INFORMATION-





        ‘(A) IN GENERAL- The term ‘cyber threat information’ means information directly pertaining to--




          ‘(i) a vulnerability of a system or network of a government or private entity;‘(ii) a threat to or utility;





          ‘(ii) a threat to the integrity, confidentiality, or availability of a system or network of a government or private entity or any information utility or any information stored on, processed on, or transiting such a system or network;





          ‘(iii) efforts to deny access to or degrade, disrupt, or destroy a system or network of a government or private entity or utility; or





          ‘(iv) efforts to gain unauthorized access to a system or network of a government or private entity or utility, including to gain such unauthorized access for the purpose of exfiltrating information stored on, processed on, or transiting a system or network of a government or private entity.‘(B) EXCLUSION- or utility.






        ‘(B) EXCLUSION- Such term does not include information pertaining to efforts to gain unauthorized access to a system or network of a government or private entity or utility that solely involve violations of consumer terms of service or consumer licensing agreements and do not otherwise constitute unauthorized access.






      ‘(5) CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE-





        ‘(A) IN GENERAL- The term ‘cyber threat intelligence’ means intelligence in the possession of an element of the intelligence community directly pertaining to--




          ‘(i) a vulnerability of a system or network of a government or private entity;‘(ii) a threat to or utility;





          ‘(ii) a threat to the integrity, confidentiality, or availability of a system or network of a government or private entity or any information utility or any information stored on, processed on, or transiting such a system or network;





          ‘(iii) efforts to deny access to or degrade, disrupt, or destroy a system or network of a government or private entity or utility; or





          ‘(iv) efforts to gain unauthorized access to a system or network of a government or private entity or utility, including to gain such unauthorized access for the purpose of exfiltrating information stored on, processed on, or transiting a system or network of a government or private entity.‘(B) EXCLUSION- or utility.






        ‘(B) EXCLUSION- Such term does not include intelligence pertaining to efforts to gain unauthorized access to a system or network of a government or private entity or utility that solely involve violations of consumer terms of service or consumer licensing agreements and do not otherwise constitute unauthorized access.






      ‘(6) CYBERSECURITY CRIME- The term ‘cybersecurity crime’ means--





        ‘(A) a crime under a Federal or State law that involves--




          ‘(i) efforts to deny access to or degrade, disrupt, or destroy a system or network;





          ‘(ii) efforts to gain unauthorized access to a system or network; or





          ‘(iii) efforts to exfiltrate information from a system or network without authorization; or






        ‘(B) the violation of a provision of Federal law relating to computer crimes, including a violation of any provision of title 18, United States Code, created or amended by the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 ( Public Law 99-474 ).






      ‘(7) CYBERSECURITY PROVIDER- The term ‘cybersecurity provider’ means a non-governmentFederal entity that provides goods or services intended to be used for cybersecurity purposes.





      ‘(8) CYBERSECURITY PURPOSE-




        ‘(A) IN GENERAL- The term ‘cybersecurity purpose’ means the purpose of ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, or availability of, or safeguarding, a system or network, including protecting a system or network from--





          ‘(i) a vulnerability of a system or network;




          ‘(ii) a threat to the integrity, confidentiality, or availability of a system or network or any information stored on, processed on, or transiting such a system or network;





          ‘(iii) efforts to deny access to or degrade, disrupt, or destroy a system or network; or





          ‘(iv) efforts to gain unauthorized access to a system or network, including to gain such unauthorized access for the purpose of exfiltrating information stored on, processed on, or transiting a system or network.






        ‘(B) EXCLUSION- Such term does not include the purpose of protecting a system or network from efforts to gain unauthorized access to such system or network that solely involve violations of consumer terms of service or consumer licensing agreements and do not otherwise constitute unauthorized access.






      ‘(9) CYBERSECURITY SYSTEM-





        ‘(A) IN GENERAL- The term ‘cybersecurity system’ means a system designed or employed to ensure the integrity, confidentiality, or availability of, or safeguard, a system or network, including protecting a system or network from--





          ‘(i) a vulnerability of a system or network;





          ‘(ii) a threat to the integrity, confidentiality, or availability of a system or network or any information stored on, processed on, or transiting such a system or network;





          ‘(iii) efforts to deny access to or degrade, disrupt, or destroy a system or network; or





          ‘(iv) efforts to gain unauthorized access to a system or network, including to gain such unauthorized access for the purpose of exfiltrating information stored on, processed on, or transiting a system or network.






        ‘(B) EXCLUSION- Such term does not include a system designed or employed to protect a system or network from efforts to gain unauthorized access to such system or network that solely involve violations of consumer terms of service or consumer licensing agreements and do not otherwise constitute unauthorized access.






      ‘(10) INTEGRITY- The term ‘integrity’ means guarding against improper information modification or destruction, including ensuring information nonrepudiation and authenticity.





      ‘(11) PROTECTED ENTITY- The term ‘protected entity’ means an entity, other than an individual, that contracts with a cybersecurity provider for goods or services to be used for cybersecurity purposes.





      ‘(12) SELF-PROTECTED ENTITY- The term ‘self-protected entity’ means an entity, other than an individual, that provides goods or services for cybersecurity purposes to itself.





      ‘(13) UTILITY- The term ‘utility’ means an entity providing essential services (other than law enforcement or regulatory services), including electricity, natural gas, propane, telecommunications, transportation, water, or wastewater services.’.






    (b) Procedures and Guidelines- The Director of National Intelligence shall--




      (1) not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, establish procedures under paragraph (1) of section 1104(a) of the National Security Act of 1947, as added by subsection (a) of this section, and issue guidelines under paragraph (3) of such section 1104(a);





      (2) in establishing such procedures and issuing such guidelines, consult with the Secretary of Homeland Security to ensure that such procedures and such guidelines permit the owners and operators of critical infrastructure to receive all appropriate cyber threat intelligence (as defined in section 1104(h)(35) of such Act, as added by subsection (a)) in the possession of the Federal Government; and





      (3) following the establishment of such procedures and the issuance of such guidelines, expeditiously distribute such procedures and such guidelines to appropriate departments and agencies of the Federal Government, private-sector entities, and utilities (as defined in section 1104(h)(913) of such Act, as added by subsection (a)).






    (c) Privacy and Civil Liberties Policies and Procedures- Not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Director of National Intelligence, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Attorney General, shall establish the policies and procedures required under section 1104(c)(7)(A) of the National Security Act of 1947, as added by subsection (a) of this section.





    (d) Initial Reports- The first reports required to be submitted under paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsection (e) of section 1104 of the National Security Act of 1947, as added by subsection (a) of this section, shall be submitted not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this Act.





    (de) Table of Contents Amendment- The table of contents in the first section of the National Security Act of 1947 is amended by adding at the end the following new item:




      ‘Sec. 1104. Cyber threat intelligence and information sharing.’.






SEC. 3. SUNSET.
    Effective on the date that is 5 years after the date of the enactment of this Act--



      (1) section 1104 of the National Security Act of 1947, as added by section 2(a) of this Act, is repealed; and





      (2) the table of contents in the first section of the National Security Act of 1947, as amended by section 2(de) of this Act, is amended by striking the item relating to section 1104, as added by such section 2(d).e).





Union Calendar No. 25





113th CONGRESS





1st Session





H. R. 624





[Report No. 113-39]




A BILL






To provide for the sharing of certain cyber threat intelligence and cyber threat information between the intelligence community and cybersecurity entities, and for other purposes.





April 15, 2013


Reported with an amendment, committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, and ordered to be printed


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OBAMA SIGNS BILL 'IN SECRET' MAKING FREE SPEECH ILLEGAL!

And yet another 'bill' signed into law in secret. HR 347  (January). Obama does it again. This time the attack is against the First Amendment and free speech. This new law make 'No Free Speech" Zones wherever the Secret Service says so. Bye bye Protests. Bye bye Free Speech. Bye bye Constitution.



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H.R.347

One Hundred Twelfth Congress of the United States of America
AT THE SECOND SESSION Begun and held at the City of Washington on Tuesday,
the third day of January, two thousand and twelve

An Act

To correct and simplify the drafting of section 1752 (relating to restricted buildings or grounds) of title 18, United States Code.

   SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
 
SEC. 2. RESTRICTED BUILDING OR GROUNDS.

-‘Sec. 1752. Restricted building or grounds


Citation:



Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Vice President of the United States and

President of the Senate.

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/112/hr347/text


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H.R. 6566 (112th): MASS FATALITY PLANNING AND RELIGIOUS CONSIDERATIONS ACT

112th Congress, 2011–2013. Text as of Sep 28, 2012 (Introduced).

Status & Summary | PDF | Source: GPO

HR 6566 IH
112th CONGRESS
2d Session
H. R. 6566

To amend the Homeland Security Act of 2002 to require the Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide guidance and coordination for mass fatality planning, and for other purposes.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

September 28, 2012

Ms. RICHARDSON introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, and in addition to the Committee on Homeland Security, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned

A BILL

To amend the Homeland Security Act of 2002 to require the Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide guidance and coordination for mass fatality planning, and for other purposes.
    SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. SEC. 2. FINDINGS. SEC. 3. PREPAREDNESS FOR MASS FATALITIES RESULTING FROM A NATURAL DISASTER, ACT OF TERRORISM, OR OTHER MAN-MADE DISASTER.

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    ROCKEFELLER ATTACHES CYBERSECURITY BILL TO NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT (NDAA) 2014

    BILLS-113s1353is


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    The White House

    Office of the Press Secretary
    For Immediate Release
    March 06, 2014

    Executive Order -- Blocking Property of Certain Persons Contributing to the Situation in Ukraine

    EXECUTIVE ORDER

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    BLOCKING PROPERTY OF CERTAIN PERSONS CONTRIBUTING TO THE SITUATION IN UKRAINE

    By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) (IEEPA), the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) (NEA), section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (8 U.S.C. 1182(f)), and section 301 of title 3, United States Code,

    I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, find that the actions and policies of persons -- including persons who have asserted governmental authority in the Crimean region without the authorization of the Government of Ukraine -- that undermine democratic processes and institutions in Ukraine; threaten its peace, security, stability, sovereignty, and territorial integrity; and contribute to the misappropriation of its assets, constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States, and I hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat. I hereby order:

    Section 1. (a) All property and interests in property that are in the United States, that hereafter come within the United States, or that are or hereafter come within the possession or control of any United States person (including any foreign branch) of the following persons are blocked and may not be transferred, paid, exported, withdrawn, or otherwise dealt in: any person determined by the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State:

    (i) to be responsible for or complicit in, or to have engaged in, directly or indirectly, any of the following:

    (A) actions or policies that undermine democratic processes or institutions in Ukraine;

    (B) actions or policies that threaten the peace, security, stability, sovereignty, or territorial integrity of Ukraine; or

    (C) misappropriation of state assets of Ukraine or of an economically significant entity in Ukraine;

    (ii) to have asserted governmental authority over any part or region of Ukraine without the authorization of the Government of Ukraine;

    (iii) to be a leader of an entity that has, or whose members have, engaged in any activity described in subsection (a)(i) or (a)(ii) of this section or of an entity whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order;

    (iv) to have materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to or in support of, any activity described in subsection (a)(i) or (a)(ii) of this section or any person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order; or

    (v) to be owned or controlled by, or to have acted or purported to act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, any person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order.

    (b) The prohibitions in subsection (a) of this section apply except to the extent provided by statutes, or in regulations, orders, directives, or licenses that may be issued pursuant to this order, and notwithstanding any contract entered into or any license or permit granted prior to the effective date of this order.

    Sec. 2. I hereby find that the unrestricted immigrant and nonimmigrant entry into the United States of aliens determined to meet one or more of the criteria in subsection 1(a) of this order would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, and I hereby suspend entry into the United States, as immigrants or nonimmigrants, of such persons. Such persons shall be treated as persons covered by section 1 of Proclamation 8693 of July 24, 2011 (Suspension of Entry of Aliens Subject to United Nations Security Council Travel Bans and International Emergency Economic Powers Act Sanctions).

    Sec. 3. I hereby determine that the making of donations of the type of articles specified in section 203(b)(2) of IEEPA (50 U.S.C. 1702(b)(2)) by, to, or for the benefit of any person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to section 1 of this order would seriously impair my ability to deal with the national emergency declared in this order, and I hereby prohibit such donations as provided by section 1 of this order.

    Sec. 4. The prohibitions in section 1 of this order include but are not limited to:

    (a) the making of any contribution or provision of funds, goods, or services by, to, or for the benefit of any person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order; and

    (b) the receipt of any contribution or provision of funds, goods, or services from any such person.

    Sec. 5. (a) Any transaction that evades or avoids, has the purpose of evading or avoiding, causes a violation of, or attempts to violate any of the prohibitions set forth in this order is prohibited.

    (b) Any conspiracy formed to violate any of the prohibitions set forth in this order is prohibited.

    Sec. 6. For the purposes of this order:

    (a) the term "person" means an individual or entity;

    (b) the term "entity" means a partnership, association, trust, joint venture, corporation, group, subgroup, or other organization; and

    (c) the term "United States person" means any United States citizen, permanent resident alien, entity organized under the laws of the United States or any jurisdiction within the United States (including foreign branches), or any person in the United States.

    Sec. 7. For those persons whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to this order who might have a constitutional presence in the United States, I find that because of the ability to transfer funds or other assets instantaneously, prior notice to such persons of measures to be taken pursuant to this order would render those measures ineffectual. I therefore determine that for these measures to be effective in addressing the national emergency declared in this order, there need be no prior notice of a listing or determination made pursuant to section 1 of this order.

    Sec. 8. The Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State, is hereby authorized to take such actions, including the promulgation of rules and regulations, and to employ all powers granted to the President by IEEPA, as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this order. The Secretary of the Treasury may redelegate any of these functions to other officers and agencies of the United States Government consistent with applicable law. All agencies of the United States Government are hereby directed to take all appropriate measures within their authority to carry out the provisions of this order.

    Sec. 9. The Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State, is hereby authorized to submit the recurring and final reports to the Congress on the national emergency declared in this order, consistent with section 401(c) of the NEA (50 U.S.C. 1641(c)) and section 204(c) of IEEPA (50 U.S.C. 1703(c)).

    Sec. 10. This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

    BARACK OBAMA

    The White House

    Office of the Press Secretary
    For Immediate Release
    March 06, 2014
    Executive Order -- Blocking Property of Certain Persons Contributing to the Situation in Ukraine

    EXECUTIVE ORDER

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    CRS Report for Congress

    Prepared for Members and Committees of Congress

    DEFENSE ACQUISITIONS /HOW DOD ACQUIRES WEAPON SYSTEMS AND RECENT EFFORTS TO REFORM THE PROCESS

    Pdf document : https://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/natsec/RL34026.pdf


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    (U/FOUO) DOMESTIC EXTREMISM LEXICON 


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    MARKUP OF H.R. 4435 – NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2015

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    MEGACITIES AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY

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    Link :
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    Office of the Press Secretary

    For Immediate Release
    October 03, 2014

    EXECUTIVE ORDER -- CONVERSION AUTHORITY FOR CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS (SPECIAL AGENTS) OF THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS, AND EXPLOSIVES

    EXECUTIVE ORDER

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    CONVERSION AUTHORITY FOR CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS (SPECIAL AGENTS) OF THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS, AND EXPLOSIVES

    By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including sections 3301 and 3302 of title 5, United States Code, and section 301 of title 3, United States Code, it is hereby ordered as follows:

    Section 1. Providing Conversion Authority. I find that conditions of good administration (specifically, the need to make the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, Department of Justice (ATF), competitive in recruiting high quality special agents by giving the ATF an authority held by other Federal law enforcement agencies) make necessary an exception to the competitive examination rules for appointment to certain positions in the Federal civil service.

    Criminal Investigators of the ATF, who have been appointed under Schedule B, and who have completed 3 years of fully satisfactory service, may be converted non-competitively to career appointments if they meet qualifications and other requirements established by the Director of the Office of Personnel Management.

    Sec. 2. Implementation. The Director of the Office of Personnel Management shall prescribe such regulations as may be necessary to implement this order.

    Sec. 3. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

    (i) the authority granted by law to an executive department, agency, or the head thereof; or

    (ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

    (b) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

    BARACK OBAMA

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/10/03/executive-order-conversion-authority-criminal-investigators-special-agen


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    MessagePosté le: Dim 9 Nov - 15:11 (2014)    Sujet du message: BUREAU OF COUNTERTERRORISM Répondre en citant

    BUREAU OF COUNTERTERRORISM



    The primary mission of the Bureau of Counterterrorism (CT) is to forge partnerships with non-state actors, multilateral organizations, and foreign governments to advance the counterterrorism objectives and national security of the United States. Working with our U.S. Government counterterrorism team, CT takes a leading role in developing coordinated strategies to defeat terrorists abroad and in securing the cooperation of international partners.



    2013 Country Reports on Terrorism

    This report provides the Department of State’s annual, statutorily mandated assessment of trends and events in international terrorism that transpired in 2013, including country-by-country breakdowns of foreign government counterterrorism cooperation, and profiles of designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations. Briefing»Fact Sheet»
    The Global Counterterrorism Forum

    An informal, multilateral counterterrorism platform with 30 founding members that promotes a strategic, long-term approach to dealing with the CT threat. The Forum identifies urgent needs, devises solutions, and mobilizes resources to address key civilian counterterrorism challenges. The Forum was launched in September 2011. Please visit theGCTF.org for more information
      Terrorist Designations

    Current lists of Foreign Terrorist Organizations and State Sponsors of Terrorism.
      Programs and Initiatives

    Learn about the Bureau of Counterterrorism’s various programs to build foreign partner capacity and counter terrorism around the world.

    http://www.state.gov/j/ct/index.htm

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    RESOLUTION ADOPTEE PAR L'ASSEMBLEE GENERALE 

    [sans renvoi à une grande commission (A/60/L.62)]

    60/288. LA STRATEGIE ANTITERRORISTE DE L'ORGANISATION DES NATIONS UNIES

    Pdf document : http://www.ipu.org/splz-f/unga07/counter.pdf

    Résolution A/RES/60/288 dont il est fait mention dans le document du Conseil de Sécurité du 24 septembre 2014.
    http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:6k_QW-kZaSQJ:www.un.or…

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    EQUIPE SPECIALE DE LUTTE CONTRE LE TERRORISME

    L'équipe spéciale de lutte contre le terrorisme dont il est fait mention dans le document du Conseil de Sécurité du 24 septembre 2014.

    http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:6k_QW-kZaSQJ:www.un.or…






    OFFICE DES NATIONS UNIES CONTRE LA DROGUE ET LE CRIME

    Lien : http://www.unodc.org/unodc/fr/


    CENTRE DES NATIONS UNIES POUR LA LUTTE CONTRE LE TERRORISME

    Pdf document : http://www.un.org/fr/terrorism/ctitf/pdfs/French_Press_Release_Riyadh_Confe…


    COMITE CONTRE LE TERRORISME DIRECTION EXECUTIVE


    Le rôle du Comité contre le terrorisme et de sa Direction exécutive dans le cadre des efforts déployés au niveau international pour lutter contre le terrorisme

    Pdf document : http://www.un.org/fr/sc/ctc/pdf/presskit.pdf

    INTERPOL


    Lien : http://www.interpol.int/fr/À-propos-d'INTERPOL/Présentation




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    MessagePosté le: Dim 9 Nov - 19:26 (2014)    Sujet du message: LE SECRETAIRE GENERAL CREE LE GROUPE INDEPENDANT DE HAUT NIVEAU SUR LES OPERATIONS DE PAIX QUE PRESIDERA M. JOSE RAMOS-HORTA Répondre en citant

    31 octobre 2014

    SG/SM/16301-SG/A/1421-PKO/451

    LE SECRETAIRE GENERAL CREE LE GROUPE INDEPENDANT DE HAUT NIVEAU SUR LES OPERATIONS DE PAIX QUE PRESIDERA M. JOSE RAMOS-HORTA
    La déclaration suivante a été communiquée, aujourd’hui, par le Secrétaire général de l’ONU, M. Ban Ki-moon:
    Le monde change et les opérations de paix des Nations Unies doivent également changer afin de rester un outil indispensable et efficace de promotion de la PAIX et de la SECURITE INTERNATIONALES.  C’est pour cette raison que j’annonce aujourd’hui l’établissement d’un Groupe indépendant de haut niveau sur les opérations de paix.  J’ai nommé M. José Ramos-Horta, du Timor-Leste, comme Président du Groupe indépendant qui va regrouper des personnalités pourvues d’une vaste expérience et expertise.

    Le Groupe procèdera à une évaluation complète de l’état des opérations de paix de l’ONU et des besoins émergents et futurs.  Le Groupe examinera une large palette de questions en rapport avec les opérations de PAIX, notamment la nature changeante des conflits, l’évolution des mandats, les défis liés aux missions de bons offices et à la consolidation de la PAIX, les arrangements managériaux et administratifs, la planification, les partenariats, les droits de l’homme et la protection des civils, l’uniformité des capacités des opérations de maintien de la PAIX et leur performance.

    La dernière grande évaluation externe des opérations de PAIX avait été menée en l’an 2000 sous la direction de M. Lakhdar Brahimi.  En outre, le nouveau Groupe indépendant sera le premier du genre qui devra évaluer à la fois les opérations de maintien de la PAIX  et les missions politiques spéciales.

    À l’approche du quinzième anniversaire du rapport Brahimi, nous devons reconnaître que les missions de PAIX actuelles sont de plus en plus appelées à affronter les conflits politiques complexes et difficiles, souvent dans des conditions de sécurité précaires où les opérations de maintien de la PAIX sont directement ciblées.  Nous devons faire le point sur l’évolution des attentes et examiner comment l’Organisation peut davantage faire avancer la paix, aider les pays en conflit et veiller à ce que nos opérations de maintien de la PAIX et les missions politiques spéciales demeurent solides et efficaces dans un contexte mondial en pleine mutation.

    Le Groupe travaillera en étroite collaboration avec les principaux départements des Nations Unies concernés, ainsi qu’avec les États Membres et le système des Nations Unies dans son ensemble.  Les recommandations que le Groupe indépendant me proposera seront disponibles pour examen par l’Assemblée générale au cours de son débat général de 2015.

    Les membres du Groupe indépendant de haut niveau sur les opérations de PAIX sont: M. José Ramos-Horta (Timor-Leste), M. Jean Arnault (France), M. Abhijit Guha (Inde), Mme Ameerah Haq (Bangladesh), M. Andrew Hughes (Australie), M. Alexander Ilitchev (Fédération de Russie), Mme Hilde F. Johnson (Norvège), M. Bruce Jones (Canada), M. Youssef Mahmoud (Tunisie), M. Ian Martin (Royaume-Uni), Mme Henrietta Joy Abena Nyarko Mensa-Bonsu (Ghana), M. B. Lynn Pascoe (États-Unis), M. Floriano Peixoto Vieira Neto (Brésil) et M. Wang Xuexian (Chine).

    http://www.un.org/press/fr/2014/sgsm16301.doc.htm


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