The Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) is the trusted network for homeland security mission operations to share Sensitive But Unclassified information. Federal, state, local, tribal, territorial, international and private sector homeland security partners use HSIN to manage operations, analyze data, send alerts and notices, and in general, share the information they need to do their jobs. For more information about HSIN, please contact HSIN.Outreach@hq.dhs.gov
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HSIN's Features and Capabilities
- Alerts and Notifications - receive breaking news related to your mission
- Comprehensive Training - receive help building your site or to train others
- GIS Mapping - share geographical information
- HSIN Adobe Connect - connect securely with your mission partners via web conference
- Jabber Instant Messaging - chat one-on-one with your mission partners
- Secure Messaging - communicate securely with your mission partners
Join HSIN if you want...
- Front door simplified access to Homeland Security information
- Access to our solid Network of Trust
Contact us (PDF, 1 page - 67 KB) for more information on joining HSIN.
- HSIN Terms of Service (PDF, 43 pages - 450 KB) - Establishes a user's basic rights, duties and privileges as a user of HSIN
- HSIN Community of Interest Model Charter (PDF, 31 pages - 693 KB) - Provides all COIs a common reference to develop a final charter required to govern and manage each COI.
HSIN Advisory Committee
The Department chartered the Homeland Security Information Network Advisory Committee (HSINAC), a Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) body, in 2007 to provide advice and recommendations to homeland security leadership and the HSIN program. The committee is composed of up to 20 members from the different homeland security mission areas: federal, state, local and tribal law enforcement; emergency management; fire services; public health; and the private sector. Read and download meeting minutes, recommendations, the charter and bylaws, and other committee communications.