For the first time since 1996, congress authorized the drinking water state revolving fund. These funds give states certainty that they can meet their drinking water needs and repair or replace aging drinking water systems. The bill also gives local experts an increased role in prioritizing which projects get built by the Army Corps of Engineers, cutting regulatory “red tape”, and allowing states and cities to decide which projects have the most positive impact on their community (SEC. 1102).
AWIA risk and resilience assessments scope reaches far down into the OT network, looking into the resiliency and security of electronic, computer, or other automated systems which are utilized by the system.