After posting my brief discussion about the disappearing 2014 Chemical Sector Security Summit (CSSS) agenda this morning, I fired off an email to my PR contact at DHS NPPD asking about what was going on. This afternoon I got an email reply stating essentially that the site is now fixed and that it was just a technical glitch. Stuff Happens.
Except… there are now two different versions of the 2014 CSSS Agenda on the DHS web site; the one I wrote about last Friday and the one linked to by the updated web site. There are some minor formatting differences between the two version, but most of the information is word-for-word the same.
Except… the first two pages on the original agenda are missing from the current version. Those two pages were for the ‘Pre Summit’ on July 22nd. Most of this is just early registration type stuff, but there were three concurrent workshops listed for the pre-summit:
• Supply Chain Workshop
• How to Develop and Deliver an Effective Active Shooter Preparedness Program
• Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) Listening Session
The actual link on the 2014 CSSS web site take one to an intermediate link web page that claims that the linked document was last updated on “Tue, 06/17/2014”. That would make it pre-date my Friday blog post which should mean that the agenda should be the one I described Monday rather than the one that is there now.
Don’t worry about it. With just under a month left to the 2014 CSSS, there will be plenty of time to take care of these glitches.