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=== Autonomous vehicles ===
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{{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>}}

Revision as of 22:10, 23 May 2014

Definitions

Autonomous vehicles

A designee is

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 vehicles on public roads.[1]

Critical infrastructure

A designee is

[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 delegated 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.[2]

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