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Eliciting Lessons from Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) for Natural Disaster Resilience Planning and Recovery During the COVID-19 Pandemic: SME Complex Event Resilience

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Jennifer F. Helgeson, Juan F. Fung, Yating Zhang, Alfredo R. Roa Henriquez, Ariela Zycherman, Claudia Nierenberg, David T. Butry, Donna H. Ramkissoon
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) make up 44% of U.S. economic activities and are the lifeline for many local economies, employing 59 million people in

Case Studies in Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management: Mayo Clinic

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Jon M. Boyens, Celia Paulsen, Nadya Bartol, Kris Winkler, James Gimbi
The Case Studies in Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management series engaged with several companies that are leaders in managing cyber supply chain risk. These case

NIST Air Leakage Calculation Tools for Commercial Buildings

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Lisa C. Ng, Shrestha Som, William S. Dols, Steven J. Emmerich
The Department of Energy (DOE) estimates that air leakage (or “infiltration”) through building envelopes accounted for 6 % of the total energy consumed by

Security Considerations for Code Signing

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David A. Cooper, Andrew R. Regenscheid, Murugiah P. Souppaya
A wide range of software products (also known as code)--including firmware, operating systems, mobile applications, and application container images--must be

Total NIST Interactions FY 2010-FY2014

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Isaac S. Patterson, Nicole K. Gingrich
This analysis is an attempt to quantify the number and type of interactions between NIST and the U.S. economy from fiscal year 2010 through fiscal year 2014

2016 PSCR Analytics Summit Report

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Jeremy E. Benson, Harris Feldman
PSCR hosted over 80 stakeholders from industry, academia, public safety, and government to the NIST Boulder campus in August 2016. The August summit was a

Impact of NIST Laboratory Outputs on Innovation

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Gary W. Anderson Jr.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) mission is to “promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness.” To meet this mission, NIST