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1.Enhance post-disaster reconstruction organization:

In order to assist the victims to resume normal life as soon as possible while keeping the government functions operate continuously, the disaster response center is required to set up a materials preparation team to supply general civilian resources and disaster relief materials in a timely manner. The support dispatching team would use the All-out Defense Mobilization system to support emergency distress according to needs; the medical and health team would provide psychological counseling and medical care; the containment and resettlement team would arrange temporary shelters for disaster victims and provide relief and condolences; the critical infrastructure team would make urgent repairs and maintain functional operations. If necessary, the central government would set up a post-disaster reconstruction committee to lead the work to speed up recovery.

2.Establish disaster resilience and reduce the impact to critical infrastructure operations:

Continuous operations capabilities need to be built up to reduce the impact caused by an incident. The effectiveness of critical infrastructure resilience relies on the anticipation for potential threats, tolerance against disruption, adaptation when critical functions are suspended, and shortened recovery time. Therefore, the competent authority responsible for supervising critical infrastructures must provide protection measures, emergency response and property recovery plans. Limited resources must be allocated efficiently according to risk and threat analyses so that the government’s basic functions can continue to operate while the impact to critical infrastructure operations can be reduced.

Lectures, drills, and exercises for CIP must be planned with a focus on maintaining continuous operations. While reviewing and approving CIP plans, one of the requirements is to prepare and perfect a backup system according to the risk and threat analysis while another is to efficiently allocate resources to ensure continuous operation.