The Infrastructure Security Partnership (TISP)
William B. Anderson
January 22, 2014
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Related Web Resources:
Understanding Resilience: Disaster Resilience Begins with You
Regional Disaster Resilience: A Guide for Developing an Action Plan (2011 Edition)
Critical Infrastructure Symposium 2014 Call for Papers
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"Bill is very knowledgeable. Thanks!"
"These type of information sharing sessions are very useful."
"It made me aware on how things are working outside of FEMA, when it comes to our regional infrastructure, just with some of data given to us today. Especially the spending that the government spends to repair what Man and or Natural Disaster has done to this country and to other countries. I am glad to see that we can create a better tomorrow one minute, one hour, one day, one week and one year at a time. Thank you for opening my eyes and heart to see that we, Americans (Canadians) are making a better tomorrow: for our children, childrenís."
Bill Anderson has directed The
Infrastructure Security Partnership (TISP) for over five years. Under
his leadership of TISP, the organization has revitalized its membership
through the establishment of a Board of Directors, an Operational
Charter, and its first five-year strategic plan. TISP is a known leader
for its collaboration efforts advancing policy and practice improving
regional and infrastructure security and resilience. His work includes
updating the 2006 edition of the Regional Disaster Resilience Guide in
2011, writing its compendium booklet called Understanding Resilience in
2013, and working with partners to update the 2013 edition of the NIPP.