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The level of functioning to which a system returns after experiencing a disruption. (DHS 2010)

Sources

DHS. 2010. '"Risk and Resilience: Exploring the Relationship". In: Kahan, J. (ed.). Arllington, VA: Department of Homeland Security (DHS), p. A-20.

Discussion

Within the context of resilience, the Department of Homeland Security is regarded as the authoritative source for definitions and other concepts related to resilience.

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