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President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee Emergency Communications and Interoperability 1 INTRODUCTION In the last five years, as a result of the attacks of Septem , and the devastating. the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee’s (NSTAC) Industry Executive Subcommittee (IES) convened a task force in the spring of to investigate national security and emergency preparedness (NS/EP) issues associated with the interdependencies between these two sectors. President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee FSTF REPORT April ES-3 The benefits and complexities of aggregating sector-wide NS/EP telecommunications requirements into a common framework to protect national economic security. • Coordinate and support relevant cross-sector activities (e.g., standards development. Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) PURPOSE: The NSTAC provides industry-based analyses and recommendations to the President and the Executive branch regarding policy and enhancements to national security and emergency preparedness (NS/EP) telecommunications. BACKGROUND: President Ronald Reagan created the NSTAC by Executive Order (E.