The Council’s unique programs are developed around the business needs, capabilities, and priorities of our members in the homeland security market. Members learn from and engage with government officials from a range of Homeland Security Enterprise agencies and components, including the Department of Homeland Security; the Department of Justice; the Federal Bureau of Investigation; the Department of State; the Department of Energy; the Department of Health and Human Services; Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms; and the intelligence community.
Programs are designed for a variety of our member company professionals, including senior executives, P&L leads, subject matter experts, and business development directors, helping them provide input on and stay ahead of the current issues and future trends impacting the homeland security market.
The Council’s Executive Roundtables give our senior-level members the opportunity to engage with top homeland security decision makers in an intimate setting. These interactive forums allow for high-level, strategic discussions about the most critical issues facing the Homeland Security Enterprise. Learn more.
The Council hosts numerous Executive Briefings throughout the year that provide an informal, in-depth forum for our members to learn from key homeland security policy and program officials, gaining a better understanding of agencies’ and components’ critical programs, priorities, challenges, and opportunities. Learn more.
Our unique and unparalleled Executive Tours take our member company executives to critical homeland security operational sites throughout the country, giving them an exclusive and firsthand look at the challenges on-the-ground officials face on a daily basis. The programs involve visits to key facilities, briefings and roundtables with local officials, and demonstrations of critical technologies. Learn more.
The Council hosts its premier Annual Dinner in December as a year-end celebration of our mission to build stronger relationships and engagement models between industry and government officials in the Homeland Security Enterprise.
The event is an opportunity for our members to gather in support of and to show its appreciation to private and public sector homeland security officials for their continued dedication, achievements, and service to our nation. View photos of past Dinners.
Council members gather at our Annual Members Meeting to provide input on aligning their company's priorities with our programs, initiatives, and Strategic Campaigns. Members receive the Council’s Annual Report and discuss our goals for the coming year. The meetings also feature a high-level government official who shares their priorities in the Homeland Security Enterprise.