Mission

Promote awareness, training, and partnerships to members and local/regional stakeholders with regards to Resilience Programs. The Committee provides information that supports the efficient development, implementation, and use of existing technologies that both improves infrastructure resilience and identifies cybersecurity challenges and solutions. 

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You can join any of our committees through the Member Update Page.  Join this committee now!

Committee Chair

James Hagan, Resilience Committee ChairJames (Jim) Hagan
BBS Consulting
haganjames1@gmail.com
(847) 502-9120

Education Opportunities

Panama City Post Event: Cyber Secured Infrastructure & Control Systems

When: May 3 & May 4, 2017

Where: Edgewater Beach & Golf Resort

Register Now!

Technical Advisory Group: Albert Romano  

National Partnership and Outreach: Joe Manous  

Regional and Local Post Outreach: Gary Gordon   

Cybersecurity: LTC James Schreiner

Programs & Communication: James Hagan 


Stay Engaged

Resilience Committee Meeting at 2017 JETC

When: Tuesday, May 23, 2017, 9:30-11:30 a.m. ET

Where: B246, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, OH

All are welcome to attend; please join us! 

JETC 2017

Knowledge Management Center

The Resilience Knowledge Management Center is a compilation of SAME's societal resources.

The Resilience Committee was formed in October 2016 with James Hagan, taking the lead as Chair. Formerly, The Infrastructure Security Partnership (TISP) Council facilitated public and private sector collaboration that advances the practice and policies of regional and infrastructure security and resilience.  Our vision is secure and resilient infrastructure that supports the nation’s economy and well-being of its people.


TISP gatherd agencies, companies, associations and individuals sharing a common interest in increasing the capacity of our infrastructure to absorb or mitigate the impact of hazard events while maintaining and restoring critical services. As an SAME council with a commitment to advancing the practice and policies of regional and infrastructure resilience, TISP provides three primary functions:

Dialogue and Discovery. In physical and virtual social functions, TISP convenes its partners with overlapping interests to collaborate and coordinate. Typically, conversations reveal opportunities to build consensus, address problems needing attention and uncover potential solutions.
 
Relationships and Information Exchange. TISP activities include networking events, quarterly forums and conferences—such as the Critical Infrastructure Symposium (CIS), held annually in April—that bring together academia and experts to showcase the latest developments in regional and infrastructure resilience.
 
Transfer Knowledge and Education. One of the most important functions of the partnership is to develop resources that educate individuals on how to be more resilient and provide tools for implementing resilience strategies and programs, notably the 2011 edition of the Regional Disaster Resilience Guide.
By fostering an environment of cooperation before a disaster hits and building essential, strategic partnerships with federal, state and local governments, large and small companies, associations, academic institutions and individuals, our nation can work together in developing resilient regions and infrastructure. This type of infrastructure is necessary to ensure a strong national economy and the well-being of our citizens and visitors.

Interview with Gary Gordan and Jim Hagan, SAME Resilience Committee

Resilience Committee Meeting 2017 JETC: May 23, 2017

Post Leaders Workshop Aug 20-22, 2017: St. Pete's Beach, FL