Homeland Security Resource Center
The AFCEA Online Directories are comprehensive profiles of leading companies worldwide that specialize in the products and services vital to homeland security. Listings include contact, business focus, products and/or client information.
AFCEA's SIGNAL Media group covers the latest trends and techniques in topics that include C4ISR, information security, intelligence, electronics, homeland security, cyber technologies, cloud computing and all the programs or solutions that build on these and related disciplines. AFCEA's media team produces everything from a monthly print magazine, to targeted newsletters and online breaking news and blogs. In addition, AFCEA produces webinars, e-books, leadership videos and white papers and on-site news coverage of most major events.
Event content, videos, photography and other information.
Department of Homeland Security Programs
The Loaned Executive Program is a special opportunity (unpaid) that provides top executive-level talent from the private sector an opportunity to share their expertise with Homeland Security. Through the Loaned Executive Program, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is working with the private sector on innovative solutions to challenges across the Homeland Security Enterprise. The Department is looking to the nation’s top executives and industry experts to partner with them as they strive to solve problems, improve processes, and fully realize their mission.
Exemplar is a U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) training with industry pilot program for GS-11 through GS-15 employees in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) fields at the National Protection and Programs Directorate and the Science and Technology Directorate. Through Exemplar DHS employees will be detailed to for-profit private sector entities for training purposes. Participants will leverage private sector expertise to improve efficiency of existing programs, develop best practices, and bring cutting-edge thinking to DHS. Exemplar represents a significant opportunity for public-private partnerships to advance information sharing and making the “shared responsibility for homeland security” – real.
Homeland Security Educational Opportunities
Because securing the homeland is a multifaceted endeavor, professionals who wish to work in the field either in government or industry must prepare. Contact schools and certification programs that specialize in the skills most needed in this field.
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Contact the AFCEA Homeland Security Department