Automated Critical Asset Management System [ACAMS] Law and Legal Definition

The Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS) is a web-enabled information services portal helping state and local governments build critical infrastructure/key resource (CIKR) protection programs in their local jurisdictions. It provides a set of tools and resources that help law enforcement, public safety, and emergency response personnel.

The functions of the ACAMS include:

a. to collect and use CIKR asset data;

b. to assess CIKR asset vulnerabilities;

c. to develop all-hazards incident response and recovery plans; and

d. to build public-private partnerships.