Nebraska Homeland Security Policy Group /
Senior Advisory Council

The Nebraska Homeland Policy Group serves as Nebraska’s “Senior Advisory Council” (SAC) which is a requirement under the 2013 State Homeland Security Grant Program.  The responsibilities of a SAC include:

  • Integrating preparedness activities across disciplines, the private sector, non-profit organizations, faith-based, community, and all levels of government, including local, State, tribal, and territorial, with the goal of maximizing coordination and reducing duplication of effort;
  • Creating a cohesive planning framework that builds and implements preparedness initiatives which leverage Department of Homeland Security (DHS) resources, as well as other Federal, State, territorial, local, private sector, faith-based community, and tribal resources;
  • Management of all available preparedness funding sources (multiple Federal sources as well as State and local sources) to enhance effective utilization of and elimination of duplication of effort across all stakeholders and disciplines; and
  • Ensuring that the application for State Homeland Security (SHSP) and Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) funds align with the Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) and work to fill capability shortfalls identified in the State Preparedness Report (SPR).

SAC Materials
Nebraska Homeland Security Policy Group Statute 81-830
2017-19 Nebraska Homeland Security Strategy
HSPG-SAC Membership
SAC Charter Passed Jan. 24

SAC Meetings
The next meeting of the Senior Advisory Committee will be November 2, 2017 from 1:00 to 2:00 PM (Central time)

Agenda Meeting Notes and Handouts
1/23/14

THIRA and SPR Slides; Senior Advisory Committee Orientation; Homeland Security Grant Program; Training, Exercise, Planning Workshop Overview; Nebraska Homeland Security Strategy Overview, Meeting Notes