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Seasoned strategist with expertise in media relations, crisis communications and content and message development. Experience includes supervisory positions at the nuclear energy industry's policy...

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If the early trajectory of policymaking remains unchanged, Congress later this year will enact legislation authorizing an almost incomprehensible amount of spending on critical infrastructure. A paramount question, as this Protect Our Power commentary explores, is whether Congress will pay lip service to the security and resilience of the electric grid, or whether the investment will align with the reality that reliable power supplies are fundamental to the ability of so many sectors to function. How much money do you feel Congress should allot to grid security, including cybersecurity, in infrastructure legislation?

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