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Q: How does the government help keep banks, water systems, and other critical infrastructure from getting hacked?
A: A federal agency that issues standards and procedures—NIST—has a cybersecurity framework that critical infrastructure organizations can adopt.
On November 10, 1977, GAO received copies of the President's third special message for fiscal year 1978 that was transmitted to the Congress pursuant to the Impoundment Control Act of 1974. The special message includes four new deferral proposals totaling $908.