As required by America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA) of 2018, EPA has issued the required “baseline Information on malevolent acts of relevance to Community Water Systems”. The baseline threat document has been prepared to assist community water systems in conducting risk and resilience risk assessments. It includes default threat likelihoods for nine threat categories. Utilities are encouraged to review the baseline threat information and adjust the findings to reflect local conditions/experience as appropriate. EPA has also released several other AWIA related items: • Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tool (VSAT) has been updated to support utilities in preparing an AWIA risk and resilience assessment, which aligned with the ANSI/AWWA J100-10 (R13): Risk & Resilience Management standard. • Emergency Response Plan Template and Instructions provides a template and instructions for water systems to develop or revise an Emergency Response Plan per AWIA. • AWIA Certification System is an online portal that allows community water systems to certify completion of the Risk and Resilience Assessments and Emergency Response Plan online and receive reminders. In addition, EPA’s Power Resilience Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities has been updated to provide more information and strategies on strengthening relationships with electric providers and increasing resilience to power outages. The update includes several new case studies, an expanded summary of generator ratings and regulations, tips on fuel supply planning and Black Sky planning. AWWA has developed guidance on AWIA as part of the Utility Risk and Resilience Certificate Program . This eLearning resource includes an open-access module that provides an in-depth look at AWIA and approaches that can be used by a utility to facilitate compliance. The subsequent modules address the application of several AWWA standards (J100, G430 and G440) and cybersecurity guidance to aid a utility in demonstrating its due diligence with AWIA.