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== Definitions ==
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== Definition ==
 
=== Autonomous vehicles ===
 
 
A '''designee''' is
 
 
{{Quote|the natural person identified by the [[manufacturer]] to the department [California DMV] as a person [[authorized]] by the [[manufacturer]] to drive or operate the manufacturer's [[autonomous vehicle]]s on public roads.<ref>[[Adopted Regulations for Testing of Autonomous Vehicles by Manufacturers]], §227.02(e).</ref>}}
 
   
 
=== Critical infrastructure ===
 
=== Critical infrastructure ===
   
A '''designee''' is
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A '''Designee''' is
   
 
{{Quote|[a] Federal [[employee]] outside the [[PCII Program Office]], whether employed by [[DHS]] or another Federal agency, to whom certain functions of the [[PCII Program Office]] are [[delegate]]d by the [[PCII PM]], on a case by case basis. The [[PCII Program Manager]] will appoint a Designee only to manage a [[categorical inclusion]] program. The [[PCII Officer]] supervises the Designee within a given Federal entity.<ref>[[Protected Critical Infrastructure Information Program Procedures Manual]], at 2-2.</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|[a] Federal [[employee]] outside the [[PCII Program Office]], whether employed by [[DHS]] or another Federal agency, to whom certain functions of the [[PCII Program Office]] are [[delegate]]d by the [[PCII PM]], on a case by case basis. The [[PCII Program Manager]] will appoint a Designee only to manage a [[categorical inclusion]] program. The [[PCII Officer]] supervises the Designee within a given Federal entity.<ref>[[Protected Critical Infrastructure Information Program Procedures Manual]], at 2-2.</ref>}}

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