Part 1: Project Topic Select the critical infrastructure for which you will develop your plan; you can use the same critical infrastructure that you used for your Unit II Project, or you can select a different critical infrastructure that is briefed on the webpage below: U.S. Department of Homeland Security. (n.d.). Critical infrastructure sectors. Retrieved from https://www.dhs.gov/criticalinfrastructure-sectors After selecting a critical infrastructure, develop a brief essay that meets the criteria below:
The Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health and Human Services are designated as the co-Sector-Specific Agencies for the Food and Agriculture Sector.
Provide the background on the selected critical infrastructure/target. Please describe the infrastructure in your own words; do not copy the description from the webpage.
Provide examples of potential targets (e.g., a power supply plant, water resources, a military base, a shopping mall, a full stadium during an event, government buildings, an airport, a city center).
Briefly explain why the location is vulnerable to an attack.
Discuss what type of terrorist event will hypothetically take place at the critical infrastructure. You can select any type of terrorist event that has been discussed in this course. Some examples include chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or explosive (CBRNE) events. If you select a chemical or biological agent, be specific, and name the agent that the terrorist(s) will use in the hypothetical scenario.
Identify the federal, state, and local agencies that will be activated in response to your incident, and briefly summarize their roles and responsibilities in terrorism planning and preparedness.
Identify the homeland security programs that should be involved in planning the response to the incident. Your essay should be at least one page in length. HLS 3305, Disaster Planning and Management 3
Part 2: Annotated Bibliography In the same document, provide an annotated bibliography, which summarizes at least three scholarly resources that will be used for your Unit VII Course Project. An annotated bibliography lists citations of books, articles, and/or documents. Each citation is followed by a descriptive and evaluative paragraph that identifies what the resource is about and why it is of value to your research; this is called the annotation, which can contain 100-150 words. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. The annotated bibliography will help you to organize your sources that will be used for your final presentation due in Unit VII. Each annotated bibliography entry consists of two parts: the APA-formatted reference citation followed by the summary for that reference. The annotated bibliography should be at least 2 pages in length. You are encouraged to view the annotated bibliography presentation linked below, which shows how an annotated bibliography should be formatted: Waldorf University. (n.d.). Annotated bibliographies: How to write an effective annotated bibliography. Retrieved from https://columbiasouthern.adobeconnect.com/_a1174888831/annotatedbibwaldorf/ Parts 1 and 2 should be combined into one document (three-page minimum requirement), which you will submit in Blackboard