WHat Makes the AHC Work?
The All Hazards Consortium’s geographic footprint of states and urban areas in this region represents:
- 60+ million citizens
- A significant percentage of the nation’s critical infrastructure
- A large portion of congressional leadership
- Over 50% of all federal DHS/FEMA grant dollars that are issued to states, urban areas and maritime ports in the U.S.
Recognized nationally by DHS, FEMA, and the National Governor’s Association, the AHC is a leading advocate for homeland security, emergency management, and business continuity professionals. As a member of our community, you will meet others, engage with experts, learn new strategies, shape or transition your career, and have opportunities to participate in networking and leadership at the local and national levels with some of the largest companies and government agencies in the U.S.
Nowhere else in the nation do so many states and UASIs work with the private sector in this collaborative way as in the All Hazards Consortium. As the AHC becomes more involved in ports and urban area projects, private sector projects, and regional procurements, this is a great opportunity for your organization’s leaders to become involved in the process with both state/local government and private sector owners & operators in the life-line sectors from power, telecommunications, transportation, food/water, medical, finance, etc.