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                                                                                           Executive Orders
Common Name                                            Brief Description                  Responsible Government   Citation   Effective Date   Website

Executive Order 12958 - Information Sharing            Prescribed a uniform system                                 EO12958    Apr. 2001
                                                       for classifying, safeguarding                                                           bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=1995_register&docid=fr20ap95-
                                                       and declassifying national                                                              135.pdf
                                                       security Information

Executive Order 13224 - Doing Business w/ Terrorists   Blocks property and prohibits                               EO13224    Sept. 2001
                                                       transactions with persons who                                                           bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=2001_register&docid=fr25se01-
                                                       commit, threaten to commit, or                                                          133.pdf
                                                       support terrorism

Executive Order 13231 - Infrastructure Protection      Establishes a protection                                    EO13231    Oct. 2001
                                                       program to safeguard
                                                       information systems for critical
Executive Order 13234 - Citizen Preparedness           Establishes a Presidential                                  EO13234    Nov. 2001
                                                       Task Force on citizen                                                                   bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=2001_register&docid=fr15no01-
                                                       preparedness in the war on                                                              130.pdf
Presidential Directive 2                               Seeks to combat terrorism                                   NSPD-2     Oct. 2001
                                                       through Immigration Policies;                                                           2.html
                                                       creates the Foreign Terrorist
                                                       Tracking Task Force

Presidential Directive 3                               Design system to create a                                   HSPD-3            
                                                       common vocabulary, context,                                                             312-5.html
                                                       and structure for ongoing
                                                       national discussion about the
                                                       nature of the threats to US and
                                                       the appropriate measures that
                                                       should be taken in response

Presidential Directive 7                               Established national policy for                             HSPD-7     Dec. 2003
                                                       Federal departments and                                                                 217-5.html
                                                       agencies to identify and
                                                       prioritize US critical
                                                       infrastructure and key
                                                       resources and to protect them
                                                       against terrorist attacks

Presidential Directive 8                               Established policies to                                     HSPD-8     Dec. 2003
                                                       strengthen preparedness of                                                              217-5.html
                                                       US to prevent and respond to
                                                       threatened or actual terrorist
                                                       attacks--requires national
                                                       domestic all-hazards
                                                       preparedness goal
Homeland Security Act (incorporated Executive Orders     Establishes new Department        Dept. of Homeland Security   H.R. 5005; Pub.L.     Nov. 2002
above)                                                   of Homeland Security,                                          107-296                                bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=107_cong_public_laws&docid=f:publ2
                                                         reorganization plan                                                                                   96.107.pdf

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)                     Prohibits corrupt payments to Dept. of Justice                 15 U.S.C. § 78dd-1,   1977 (amended
                                                         foreign officials for the purpose                              78dd-2                1998)
                                                         of obtaining or keeping
Cyber Security Enhancement Act of 2002                   Established stronger             Dept. of Homeland Security    6 U.S. C. § 145       Nov. 2002
                                                         sentencing guidelines and
                                                         policy statements to reflect the
                                                         serious nature of certain
                                                         computer crimes
Federal Anti-Tampering Act (FAT)                         Establishes criminal penalties Dept. of Health and Human       18 U.S.C. § 1365      Nov. 2003
                                                         for tampering, or attempting to Services (FDA)
                                                         tamper, with any consumer
                                                         product that affects interstate
                                                         or foreign commerce

International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA)      Incorporates multiple executive Dept. of Homeland Security     50 U.S.C. § 1701 et   Nov. 2003
                                                         orders re: economic actions                                    seq.
                                                         against adverse countries
                                                         (Burma, Sudan, Iraq, etc.)

National Information Infrastructure Protection Act       Provides for stricter penalties   Dept. of Homeland Security   18 U.S.C. § 1030      Jan. 1997
                                                         to protect confidentiality,
                                                         integrity and availability of
                                                         systems and information

Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness &   Establishes national, state and Dept. of Homeland Security     H.R. 3448             Jan. 2002
Response Act (PHSBPR)                                    local preparedness and          (DHHS)                         Pub. L. 107-188                        bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=107_cong_public_laws&docid=f:publ1
                                                         response strategies, and                                                                              88.107
                                                         procedures to protect US food,
                                                         water, and drug supplies

USA PATRIOT Act (a.k.a. Anti-Terrorism Act)              Enhances powers to both      Dept. of Homeland Security        H.R. 3162             Oct. 2001 
                                                         domestic law enforcement and                                   Pub.L. 107-56                             p
                                                         international intelligence
                                                         agencies to deter and punish
Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA)      Requires sectors of maritime Dept. of Homeland Security        46 U.S.C. § 2101 et Nov. 2002   
                                                         industry to complete security (U.S. Coast Guard)               seq. Pub.L. 107-295
                                                         assessments, develop security
                                                         plans and implement security
                                                         measures and procedures.

Federal Hazardous Materials Law                          Establishes regulations for       Dept. of Homeland Security   49 U.S.C. § 5101 et   Jan. 1983
                                                         transport of hazardous            (DOT)                        seq.                  (amended last in
                                                         materials via all modes                                                              1999)
Trade Act of 2002                                        Gave the president increased Dept. of Homeland Security      Public Law 107-210    Aug. 2002
                                                         authority to make it easier to   (Customs)                                                     bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=107_cong_public_laws&docid=f:publ2
                                                         trade with other countries; also                                                               10.107
                                                         sought to protect workers
                                                         displaced by jobs moving

Notification and Federal Employee Anti-Discrimination and Mandates that Federal         Dept. of Homeland Security    5 U.S.C. § 2302 et.   Oct. 2003
Retaliation Act (No FEAR Act)                             Agencies be more accountable                                seq.
                                                          for violations of anti-                                     Pub.L. 107-174
                                                          discrimination and
                                                          whistleblower protection laws

Customs Modernization Act (Mod Act) (Passed as part of   Sets out specific rules and     Dept. of Homeland Security   H.R. 3450             Jan. 1993
NAFTA)                                                   requirements for importers,     (Customs)                    Pub. L 103-182                    bin/query/C?c103:./temp/~c103xXsW4u
                                                         brokers, and others regarding
Arming Pilots Against Terrorism Act (Sec. 1401 of        Establishes a program to        Dept. of Homeland Security   Pub.L 107-296         Nov. 2002
Homeland Security Act)                                   deputize pilots                 (DOT)                                                          bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=107_cong_public_laws&docid=f:publ2
Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA)          Established Transportation      Dept. of Homeland Security   S. 1447               Nov. 2001
                                                         Security Association and        (DOT)                        Pub. L 107-71                     bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=107_cong_public_laws&docid=f:publ0
                                                         centralized security system for                                                                71.107.pdf
                                                         the transportation industry

Safe Explosives Act (Sec. 1122 of Homeland Security      Amended section 18 USC          Dept. of Homeland Security   PL 107-296            Nov. 2002
Act)                                                     842(i) by adding several        (DOT)                                                          bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=107_cong_public_laws&docid=f:publ2
                                                         categories to list of person                                                                   96.107.pdf
                                                         who may not lawfully ship,
                                                         transport, or receive
                                                         explosives in/out of US
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Agency                            Regulation Name                        Brief Description                                Responsible Government       Citation             Effective Date Website

Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms                                              All Regulations                                  U.S. Dept. of Justice        27 C.F.R. Part 1 et. Apr. 2004 (last
(ATF)                                                                                                                              seq.                 updated)
U.S. Customs and Border           Advance Electronic Presentation of     Requires specific information pertaining to Dept. of Homeland Security        19 C.F.R. Parts 4, Dec. 2003
Protection (CBP)                  Cargo Information (part of Trade Act   cargo being brought in or set from the US                                     103                                  bin/cfrassemble.cgi               of 2002)                               by any mode, to be received in advance
                                                                         of shipment in order to identify high-risk
                                                                         shipments and to ensure cargo's safety
                                                                         and security; also allows
                                                                         importer/consignee ability to request
                                                                         confidential treatment of its name and
                                                                         address contained in inward manifests

US Coast Guard (USCG)             Maritime Security Regulations          All regulations                                  Dept. of Homeland Security   33 C.F.R.          Nov. 2002                                                                                                                          Subchapter H
                                  Facility Security Plan                 Sets forth regulations for design and            Dept. of Homeland Security   33 C.F.R. Part 105 Dec. 2003
                                                                         implementation of Facility Security Plan
                                                                         for certain types of facilities falling within
                                  Vessel Manning Regulations             Sets forth uniform minimum requirements Dept. of Homeland Security            46 C.F.R. Part 15          
                                                                         for the manning of vessels, implements
                                                                         various international conventions which
                                                                         affect merchant marine personnel, and
                                                                         provide the rules for safe operation of

Animal and Plant Health           Bioterrorism Preparedness and          Establishes regulations, standards and     Department of Agriculture          7 C.F.R. Part 331    Dec. 2002
Inspection, USDA                  Response Act                           procedures governing possession, use,                                         9 C.F.R. Part 121                                                     and transfer of biological agents and
                                                                         toxins that pose a sever threat to humans,
                                                                         animals, plants, or animal and plant
Food and Drug Administration      Bioterrorism Preparedness and          Requires domestic and foreign facilities  Department of Health and            21 C.F.R. Parts 1,   Oct. 2003
(FDA)         Response Act                           that manufacture/process, pack, or hold   Human Services                      20
                                                                         food for human or animal consumption in
                                                                         the US to register with the FDA and must
                                                                         present prior notice of imported food.
                                                                         Enable FDA to at quickly in responding to
                                                                         a terrorist threat or actual attack on US
                                                                         food supply
Transportation Security        Transportation Security Regulations   All Regulations                                  Dept. of Homeland Security   49 C.F.R. chapter   Feb. 2002
Administration (TSA)                                                                                                                               XII, parts 1500-                    &content=0900051980096ff5                                                                                                                         1699
                               Credentialing and Background          Prescribes regulations for credentialing Dept. of Homeland Security           49 C.F.R. 1572      Feb. 2002
                               Checks for Maritime and Land          and background checks in specified uses                                                                           &content=0900051980096ff5
                               Transportation Security               for maritime and land security

                               National Information Infrastructure   Provides for stricter penalties to protect       Dept. of Homeland Security   31 C.F.R. 356; 501; Jan. 1997
                               Protection Act                        confidentiality, integrity and availability of                                535; 550; 560; 575;
                                                                     systems and information                                                       585; 590; 595

Department of Transportation   Security Requirements for Offerors    Requires shippers and carriers of certain Dept. of Homeland Security          49 CFR. 172         Mar. 2003
(DOT)       and Transporters of Hazmat            highly hazardous materials to develop and
                                                                     implement security plans and train
                                                                     employees on security
                               Federal Hazardous Materials Law       Sets forth transportation and packaging          Dept. of Homeland Security   46 C.F.R. Part 38, Jan. 1983
                                                                     regulations for all modes moving                                              49 C.F.R. Parts     (amended last
                                                                     hazardous materials                                                           107, 110, 171, 173, in 2002)
                                                                                                                                                   175-180, 190

Department of Justice (DOJ)    Foreign Corrupt Practices Act         Prohibits corrupt payments to foreign            Dept. of Homeland Security   17 C.F.R. Part 242 1977                                                    officials for the purpose of obtaining or                                                        (amended
                                                                     keeping business.                                                                                1998)
Equal Employment Opportunity   Notification and Federal Employee       Mandates that Federal Agencies be more Dept. of Homeland Security           5 C.F.R. Parts 300, Oct. 2003
Commission (EEOC)              Anti-Discrimination and Retaliation Act accountable for violations of anti-                                         720, 1209           (No FEAR Act)                           discrimination and whistleblower
                                                                       protection laws
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This spreadsheet contains relevant statutes, regulations, and voluntary guidelines adopted post 9/11 for security purposes.

Voluntary Guidelines
Common Name                                         Brief Description        Responsible Government Department Website

AAPA (Am. Assoc. of Port Auth.)
ABA (Am. Bus Assoc.)
ACC (Am. Chemistry Council)
AFFI (Am. Frozen Foods Inst.)
APPA (Am. Public Power Assn.)
ASHRE (Am. Soc. Heat., Refrig., AC)
ATA (Am. Trucking Assn.)
AWW (Am. Water Works Assn.)
BOMA (Building Owners & Managers Assn.)
CIRE (Comm. Investment Real Estate)
CPTA (Cosmetic Proc/Trans Assn.)
FERC (Fed. Energy Reg. Comm.)
FTSC (Freight Tsp. Security Consort)
ICAO (International Civil Aviation Org.)
ICC (Internet Chamber of Commerce)
ICSC (Int. Council of Shopping Ctrs.)
IMO (International Maritime Organ.)
ISO 17799 Security Standards
NACCHO (Nat. Asn. Cty/City Hlth Off.)
NACS (Nat. Assn. of Conven. Stores)
NBAA (Nat. Bus. Aviation Assn.)
NFPA (Nat. Food Processors Assn.)
NITL (Nat. Ind. Transp. League)
NRECA (Nat. Rural Elec. Coop. Assn.)
OECD (Org. for Econ Coop. & Dev.)
RC (Red Cross)
TIA (Telecomm. Industry Assoc.)
WCO (World Customs Organization)
WTO (World Trade Organization)
U.S. Dept. of Transportation Research and Special                                                          
Programs Administrations Security Guidelines
Container Security Initiative (CSI)               Allows companies to participate in program U.S. Customs and Border Protection
                                                  to develop, enhance, and maintain effective
                                                  security processes throughout the global
                                                  supply chain--voluntary participation
                                                  expedites release of cargo

Free & Secure Trade (FAST)                        Initiative that allows U.S./Canada and      U.S. Customs and Border Protection
                                                  U.S./Mexico partnering importers expedited
                                                  release for qualifying commercial shipments

Pre-Arrival Proc. System (PAPS)                   Program that utilizes barcode technology to U.S. Customs and Border Protection
                                                  expedite release of commercial shipments
                                                  while still processing each shipment
                                                  through BCS and ATS

Business Anti-Smuggling Coalition (BASC)          Business-led, U.S. Customs-supported        U.S. Customs and Border Protection
                                                  alliance created to combat narcotic
                                                  smuggling via commercial trade.
                                                  Participants are expected to set self-
                                                  imposed business standards that will
                                                  significantly deter narcotics traffickers

National Information Assurance Program (NIAP)     U.S. Government initiative originated to  Not a government agency (in the Information
                                                  meet the security testing needs of both   Technology Laboratory at the National Institute
                                                  information technology (IT) consumers and of Standards and Technology)
FDA Preventive Measures Guidance
Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terror (C-TPAT)Process to validate that the supply chain   Dept. of Homeland Security
                                                 security measures contained in the C-TPAT
                                                 participant's security profile are in place

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