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THE SIXTH ANNUAL WORLD SUMMIT
ON INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY
The United States Capitol Building, Washington D.C.
Whole Community Collaboration
Collaborative planning to support our critical utilities: Strengthening the resilience of lifeline infrastructure against electromagnetic threats and other severe hazards
EIS Summit Mission
The EIS Summit Series is the primary international framework for senior government and industry officials to review and assess power grid security, focusing on “Black Sky Day” hazards -- extraordinary and hazardous catastrophes utterly unlike the blue sky days during which utilities ideally operate. (For more information on EISS I through V, click on the “archive” tab, to the right of this text on the home page).
EIS Summit VI, Washington D.C.
With its theme of “whole community collaboration,” EISS VI focuses on unique requirements for recovery from EMP and other black sky hazards: Planning, training and ongoing coordination among the full set of lifeline infrastructure owners and operators, and their government and NGO partners for emergency support and response.. Summit sessions will review the current status of resilience and response planning for severe hazards, and consider next steps in both public and private sectors.
Agenda and logistics information
The preliminary agenda is shown on the “agenda” tab, to the right of this text on this home page.
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The Summit Organizing Co-Chairs are Rep. Yvette Clarke (D, NY), Rep. Trent Franks (R, Az), and The Rt. Hon. James Arbuthnot; Honorary Chair: Lord Toby Harris is Honorary Co-Chair. The EIS Summit Series, an international, non-partisan government, industry and NGO partnership, is hosted by the Electric Infrastructure Security Council and the Henry Jackson Society.
EIS Summit Sponsors
The EIS Summit Series is sponsored through the generosity of the following organizations and philanthropists:
The North American Electricity Reliability Corporation
Dr. Jack Templeton
The Marcus Foundation
The Newton D. and Rochelle F. Becker Foundation
The Michael and Andrea Leven Family foundation
Steve and Rita Emerson
Steven and Bonnie Stern
The Ed Snider Foundation
Kenneth and Nira Abramowitz