The Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC) leverages the experience, expertise, and national and global connections of the HSAC membership to provide the Secretary real-time, real-world, sensing and independent advice to support decision-making across the spectrum of homeland security operations.
The Homeland Security Advisory Council:
- Provides organizationally independent advice and recommendations to the Secretary, including the creation and implementation of critical and actionable policies for the security of the homeland.
- Conducts research and provides policy analysis and recommendations on a variety of security issues.
- Evaluates the impact of security related public and private policies in an attempt to formulate prospective security policies.
|Border Infrastructure Task Force Report, November 2012||221.11 KB|
|BITF Transmittal Letter, November 2012||100.56 KB|
|Homeland Security Advisory Council: CyberSkills Task Force Report, November 2012||767.3 KB|
|HSAC CyberSkills Transmittal Letter, November 2012||79.69 KB|
|Sustainability and Efficiency Task Force Report, September 2012||532.26 KB|
|SETF Transmittal Letter, November 2012||121.41 KB|
|Faith Based Security and Communications Subcommittee Final Report, May 2012||1.53 MB|
|FBAC Transmittal Letter, June 2012||116.88 KB|
Last Published Date: May 9, 2019