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Often the most powerful and successful efforts start with a few people coming together to solve a problem. In the past 5 years a number of “compliance communities” have sprung up across North ...

Often the most powerful and successful efforts start with a few people coming together to solve a problem. In the past 5 years a number of “compliance communities” have sprung up across North America. Panelists give their individual takes on how they are using these communities to keep up on current industry-specific security regulatory developments and how they are sharing this information with the forums they represent. The panel will discuss the challenges of providing relevant information to their constituencies, communication strategies, community-driven solutions and the power of group dynamics as it relates to addressing security regulation as well as their thoughts on the importance of participating in community-based programs.

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    • North American Generator Forum Update EnergySec Security Summit September 26, 2012 Josh  Sandler,  NAGF  Steering  Commi7ee   Duke  Energy  
    • NAGF Current StatusØ Generator  Forum  presently  has  over    500  individual   members  represenBng  approximately  200  different   registered  enBBes  Ø Membership  in  the  Generator  Forum  is  voluntary  and   open  to  all  currently    registered  enBBes,  or  enBBes   preparing  to  register  with  NERC  as  a  GO  and/or  GOP    Ø ParBcipate  in  meeBngs  and  webinars  on  current  issues   and  developments—guest  presenters  include  NERC   and  Regional  staff  Ø Access  Forum’s  website  to  review  and  post  materials  Ø Forum’s  membership  includes  GO/GOPs  of  all  sizes  and   across  all  regions    
    • NAGF Growth Since Founding in 2009The  NAGF  is  evolving  by  focusing  on  three  goals:    (1) Enhancing  and  refining  the  framework  we’ve   established  by  implemenBng  a  dues  structure   and  obtaining  not-­‐for  profit  status;    (2) Developing  and  expanding  our  outreach  and   collaboraBve  work;  and    (3) PromoBng  broader  member  engagement   through  working  groups  and  more  opportuniBes   for  experience  and  informaBon  sharing  
    • NAGF Developments and ActivitiesØ  Steering Committee Expanding from 10 to14 to accommodate new members from PSEG, PPL, NAES, Duke Energy, EON and MeagPowerØ  Dues Proposal being finalized—three tier structure ($500 to $2,000 range)Ø  Not-for-Profit Status to be obtainedØ  Webinars: Ø  FFT – Done Ø Cyber Security Cost Recovery – Done Ø Frequency Response - Upcoming Ø Weatherization - Upcoming
    • NAGF Developments and Activities (Cont’d)Ø  Working Groups--Best Practice Development and Peer Reviews•  Renewables/Nuclear•  ICP/Compliance Culture•  Operational Excellence•  Generator TOP Registration and Compliance•  Standards “SWAT” Team - NEW•  Security Practices Group - NEWØ  Human Performance Initiative with NERCØ  Pursue Best Practice; look beyond Standards Compliance Ø  Exploring collaboration on operational issues
    • NAGF Developments and Activities (Cont’d)Ø Planning 2nd Annual National Meeting Ø November 1st – 2nd @ NERC offices in Atlanta, GA•  Commissioner Norris Keynote Speaker (Invited)•  Gerry Cauley, Paul Barber, Mike Moon, Rebecca Michael and Ken Lotterhos•  Regional Compliance and Enforcement Staff Panel•  Consultant Panel to Provide Audit, ICP Insights and Assess Evolution and Trends of Regulatory Scheme
    • Josh Sandler Steering Committee, NAGF Duke Energyjosh.sandler@duke-energy.com (704) 382-4504