In June 2004, the House Appropriations Committee made reference to a Unified National Database of Critical Infrastructure, described as a master database of all existing critical infrastructures in the country. The comparable Senate Appropriations Committee report (S. Rep. 108-280) made reference to a National Asset Database. The budget request for FY2005 mentions the development of a primary database of the nation's critical infrastructure, but gave it no name.
- ↑ See U.S. Congress. House of Representatives. Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Bill, 2005. H. Rep. 108-541, at 92.
- John Moteff, "Critical Infrastructure: The National Asset Database" 2 n.5 (Cong. Res. Serv. July 16, 2007).