Emergency Communications Coordination Program

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) supports and promotes the nationwide improvement of emergency communications capabilities. CISA has subject matter experts located across the country to engage stakeholders and address the complex issues facing the emergency communications ecosystem. These Emergency Communications Coordinators build trusted relationships, enhance collaboration, and stimulate the sharing of best practices and information between all levels of government, critical infrastructure owners and operators, and key non-government organizations. Emergency Communications Coordinators seek to build partnerships between Federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government stakeholders as well as the private sector. These partnerships result in a united effort to improve the Nation’s operable and interoperable emergency communications. The Emergency Communications Coordinators are listed below.

Emergency Communications Coordinator Program map divided into Western, Central, and Eastern regions.

Emergency Communications Coordinators - West

Emergency Communications Coordinators - Central

Emergency Communications Coordinators - East


For additional information on Emergency Communications Coordination activities, please contact ECD@cisa.dhs.gov.

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