Vision and Mission
CISA’s Stakeholder Engagement Division (SED) develops partnerships, facilitates dialogue, convenes stakeholders, and promotes awareness to help CISA achieve a secure and resilient infrastructure for the American people. SED coordinates stakeholder engagements and partnerships to support the agency’s efforts to reduce national risk.
Activities and Initiatives
SED focuses on three lines of effort:
- Strategic Partnerships. SED builds strategic partnerships with federal, state, local, tribal, territorial (SLTT), international, and private sector organizations, including critical infrastructure. SED supports national industry and government councils serving critical sectors, facilitating the sharing of vital information and resources, as well as enabling rapid crisis coordination. SED also identifies opportunities for collaboration to address shared needs and links stakeholder organizations with CISA subject matter experts.
- Stakeholder Engagement Strategy. SED coordinates and governs CISA’s stakeholder engagement strategy, offering resources and activities based on stakeholder needs. SED’s stakeholder engagement initiatives include developing targeted awareness campaigns on cybersecurity, infrastructure security, and emergency communications issues, as well as resources to help stakeholders develop the capabilities needed to address these threats.
- Stakeholder Relationship Management. SED’s activities inform CISA’s unified, customer-centric approach. Stakeholder relationship management enables SED to continually expand and improve engagements, services, and product offerings.
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