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GRAND VISION — The House Energy and Commerce Committee has released a plan to improve critical infrastructure cybersecurity based on the panel’s years of staffwork and consultation with industry, and staffers expect to continue that work when Democrats take control of the House. The strategy from the panel’s Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, first reported this morning by POLITICO, summarizes years of work across topics like coordinated vulnerability disclosure, software bills of materials and public-private partnerships. It identifies six priorities for the full committee to consider in the next Congress, including promoting CVD programs,