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Homeland Security Presidential Directive-20 Annex A

Directive on National Continuity Policy

Homeland Security Presidential Directive / HSPD–20A

Subject: National Continuity Policy

Homeland Security Presidential Directive-20 - Annex A

1. In accordance with NSPD-51/HSPD-20, National Continuity Policy, executive departments and agencies are assigned to one of four categories commensurate with their COOP/COG/ECG responsibilities during an emergency. These categories shall be used for continuity planning, communications requirements, emergency operations capabilities, and other related requirements.
2. Category I:
a. Department of State
b. Department of the Treasury
c. Department of Defense, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
d. Department of Justice, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation
e. Department of Health and Human Services
f. Department of Transportation
g. Department of Energy
h. Department of Homeland Security, including:
a. Federal Emergency Management Agency
b. United States Secret Service
c. National Communications System
j. Office of the Director of National Intelligence
k. Central Intelligence Agency
3. Category II:
a. Department of the Interior
b. Department of Agriculture
c. Department of Commerce
d. Department of Labor
e. Department of Housing and Urban Development
f. Department of Education
g. Department of Veterans Affairs
h. Environmental Protection Agency
j. Federal Communications Commission
k. Federal Reserve System
l. General Services Administration
m. National Archives and Records Administration
n. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
o. Office of Personnel Management
p. Social Security Administration
q. United States Postal Service
4. Category III:
a. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
b. Export-Import Bank of the United States
c. Farm Credit Administration
d. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
e. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
f. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
g. National Credit Union Administration
h. National Labor Relations Board
j. National Science Foundation
k. Railroad Retirement Board
l. Securities and Exchange Commission
m. Small Business Administration
n. Tennessee Valley Authority
5. Category IV:
All executive branch commissions, boards, bureaus, and members of the Small Agency Council not otherwise identified in Categories I, II, or III.


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