Interagency Security Committee (ISC)

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On October 19, 1995, six months after the Oklahoma City bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, President Clinton issued Executive Order 12977, creating the Interagency Security Committee (ISC) to address continuing government-wide security for federal facilities. 


The Interagency Security Committee (ISC) collaboratively establishes policies, monitors compliance, and enhances the security and protection of Federal Facilities.

ISC Membership

The ISC consists of 21 primary members designated by EO 12977 and, to date, 45 associate members that have subsequently petitioned to join. The Interagency Security Committee provides coordinated interagency solutions to problems, which cannot be solved by individual departments and agencies alone.

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Publications   Training Compliance Regional Advisors News & Updates Webinars & Videos Resources


ISC Awards list (PDF, 65KB)

ISC 2021 Annual Report (PDF, 4.88MB)


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Interagency Security Committee (ISC)
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