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News Release 15-108

NSF invests $20 million to enhance resilience of critical infrastructure

Infrastructure must outsmart disruptions to continue delivery of essential goods and services

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a city in a flood

Americans rely upon essential goods and services, such as clean water, electricity and transportation, provided by critical infrastructure, as well as the societal functions they support, such as healthcare. These systems are becoming increasingly interconnected, while our demands on them and the hazards they face grow.

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