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NH-ISAC, INC. is recognized nationally within the US as the ISAC for the Nation's Health Care and Public Health critical infrastructure sector, by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, and the National Council of ISAC's.
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S41 - Chambers of Commerce & Business Leagues
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501(c)(6) - Business leagues, chambers of commerce, real estate boards, etc. formed to improve conditions...
Note: Some ratios are only available for organizations completing the detailed IRS Form 990.
Smaller organizations that choose to complete the Form 990-EZ do not report on this variable.
Important Advisory: A 990 is one snapshot in time. Although Form 990 ratio analysis provided here can be a useful tool, the information can be dated and cannot reflect current conditions of a nonprofit especially in turbulent economic times. It is important to consider current financial statements of any nonprofit for an accurate picture.
The Foundation's Number of Days of Cash on Hand does not take into account the cash in an operating reserve fund maintained by the Foundation. Expenditures include grants from all Foundation funds and are not indicative of the day-to-day operations of the Foundation.
NH-ISAC attend conferences, seminars and meet in person with health sector critical infrastructure owners and operators to discuss their issues and challenges in order for NH-ISAC to implement supporting programs and services to resolve those issues and challenges. NH-ISAC also continued working with the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) to address medical device cybersecurity.