We Need a national IT Disaster Response Plan

ORLANDO, Fla. — Looking back at Hurricane Katrina, Steve Cooper, the Red Cross’ senior vice president and chief information officer, said he realized that such catastrophes require a national information technology response plan. But the federal government should not lead it, he said.
“I will not support putting the responsibility of the plan in the hands of the federal government,” Cooper said last week in his keynote address at the Information Processing Interagency Conference 2006 here.

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