Partners in Resilience
ICIT's Partners in Resilience Program gives individuals, organizations, and their representatives the opportunity to support ICIT’s mission and engage with our community of distinguished public and private sector leaders.
ICIT Partners in Resilience
Through Partner Membership, ICIT offers unique opportunities for organizations to participate in the work of the Institute and maintain a direct connection to the Nnation's critical infrastructure policy community while appreciating substantial members - only benefits.
Our groups convene regularly through monthly sector intelligence eBriefings, quarterly in-person policy briefings and private briefings with ICIT expert(s) to discuss and develop implementable solutions and strategies that will address some of the most consequential challenges of our time involving critical infrastructure, technology and strengthening security.
ICIT offers three types of Partners in Resiliency: Foundation , Institutional and Industry Council.
Each level offers a unique opportunity to participate and/or engage in policy discussions and tap into the expertise of ICIT fellows, experts and academia.
ICIT’s most esteemed board of select business C-Level leaders from critical infrastructure and technology. This small invitation-only group meets quarterly for off-the record dialogue on the most current and pressing issues of interest and concern. Council advisors participate actively in initiatives, research work and publications of the Institute and their involvement will lead to some of our most impactful and lasting work.
Institutional Partners are composed of both public and private sector policymakers, U.S. business leaders, and former senior government officials. This invitation-only group meets twice per year in Washington, D.C. in private briefings with ICIT experts to discuss breaking policy issues.
Foundation Partners enables ICIT to expand its impact and engage business leaders inside and beyond the Washington Bbeltway. Foundation members participate in Monthly Sector Intelligence eBriefings and enjoy substantial members - only benefits.
These philanthropic-minded organizations are helping to improve sector resiliency by supporting ICIT, a 501(c)3 non-partisan, vendor-neutral think tank. Our Mission is realized thanks in part to their generosity, and we thank them on behalf of our community.