Our support of the security community now encompasses both global and domestic security partnerships. In February 2022, the ISF merged with the former Domestic Security Partnership for a stronger, more resilient ISF.
ISF supports the funding needs of two pioneering public-private partnerships, OSAC and DSAC, and smaller security-focused nonprofits. Our FAQs cover why we merged and why it’s a great decision for the security community, DSAC and OSAC. Check out our new website at securityfdn.org.
SPONSOR THE DSAC ANNUAL MEETING & DOMESTIC SECURITY RECEPTION
Sponsorship opportunities for the May 2 DSAC Annual Meeting and Domestic Security Reception at the JW Marriott in Washington, D.C. include numerous benefits, depending on the level. Your support goes directly to funding future DSAC programs.
This year’s OSAC Crisis Management Topical Forum, held May 9-10at the U.S. Department of State, focuses on mitigating and managing the threats most impacting U.S. organizations operating around the world today. It’s also the first in-person event at the State Department since 2019!