Promote awareness, training, and partnerships between SAME National and Posts with members, and regional/local stakeholders regarding Resilience Programs. The Committee provides information that supports the development of effective policies and efficient development, implementation, and use of technologies that both improve infrastructure resilience and identifies cybersecurity challenges and solutions at the local and national levels.

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Current Committee Chair

Col. Joe D Manous, Jr, P.E., Ph.D., USA (Ret.),
(703) 428-7074

Organization Structure

Technical Advisory Group: Albert Romano  

Regional and Local Post Outreach: Brec Wilshusen, P.E.

Cybersecurity:  Vacant

Stay Connected

Wednesday, March 11 @ 1200 – 1315 EDT
Presentation: Cybersecurity Design Requirements for Facility-Related Control Systems

Speakers: David A. Gary, P.E.



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Knowledge Management Center

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

Check out our first Resilience Committee webinar            


The Resilience Committee was formed in October 2016 with James Hagan, taking the lead as Chair. Following Jim’s untimely passing, Joe Manous assumed the Chair in November 2017.  The predecessor of the Resilience Committee, The Infrastructure Security Partnership (TISP) Council, facilitated public and private sector collaboration to advance the practice and policies of regional and infrastructure security and resilience.  That effort continues to broaden, as SAME attempts to mobilize action through its Posts and at the national level to promote secure and resilient infrastructure that supports the Nation’s economy and well-being of its people.


The SAME Resilience Committee builds upon TISP’s efforts of affiliation with a variety of agencies, private industry, associations, and individuals sharing common interests in resilient infrastructure to not only mobilize action through SAME Posts, but connect with the uniformed services, local communities, and federal agencies.