National Security Task Force
Established in 2003, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s National Security and Emergency Preparedness Department is responsible for the development and implementation of the Chamber’s homeland and national security policies. The Department created the National Security Task Force, which is comprised of roughly 130 Chamber members who have a direct interest in issues such as supply chain security, cybersecurity, and emergency preparedness and who represent nearly every commercial sector.
Reports, Guidebooks, and Papers
March 8, 2011, joint association white paper Improving our Nation’s Cybersecurity through the Public-Private Partnership (PDF)