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OEC Regional Coordination Program

The Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) established the Regional Coordination Program to strengthen emergency communications capabilities across tribal, local, state, and federal governments at the regional level through trusted relationships, collaboration, and knowledge sharing.

Overview of OEC Regional Coordinators

OEC’s Regional Coordination Program aligns with the 10 Federal Emergency Management Agency regions. Each region will be represented by an OEC Regional Coordinator.  The Regional Coordinator of each region will drive OEC’s mission by:

  • Supporting the efforts of tribal, local, state, and federal agencies to build and improve emergency communications capabilities across their regions.
  • Providing OEC with feedback and assessments of emergency communications activities, accomplishments, issues, gaps, and constraints across the nation.
  • Successfully advocating for identified OEC initiatives, programs, and activities.

OEC Regional Coordinators by Region

OEC Communications Liaisons by Region

For further information on the Regional Coordination Branch, please contact Jeff Glick at jeff.glick@hq.dhs.gov or Billy Bob Brown Jr. at billy.brown@hq.dhs.gov.

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