Infrastructure Resilience Sub-Committee (IRSC)

The IRSC meets once a quarter to discuss issues and programs that support infrastructure resilience statewide and reports these discussions to the Governor’s Emergency Management Council (EMC). The IRSC is attended by federal, state and local government representatives as well as both public and private organizations who own or are responsible for infrastructure within the state of Washington. The IRSC is concerned with any infrastructure issues that fall under one of the 16 Critical Infrastructure Sectors as defined by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The IRSC is a public private partnership for information sharing, collaborating and developing approaches to a wide range of hazards to critical infrastructures within Washington State. The IRSC is not a decision-making body for allocation of emergency resources, and does not receive funding.

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2018 Meetings

  • 1st Quarter – February 22, 2018 | Location TBD
  • 2nd Quarter – May 16, 2018 | Location TBD
  • 3rd Quarter – August 15, 2018 | Location TBD
  • 4th Quarter – November 7, 2018 | Location TBD

2017 Meeting Minutes

Relevant infrastructure links:

For more information on the IRSC, contact:

Tristan Allen | Infrastructure Program Manager | Tristan.Allen@mil.wa.gov | (253) 512-7054

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