An interactive, two-day event convenes thought leaders, practitioners to focus on the role of communication, coordination, and collaboration for critical infrastructure resilience.
Sandia National Laboratories and George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government, along with its Center for Energy Science and Policy and Centers on the Public Service, will host their annual Frontiers in Resilience Symposium on January 14-15. Held at the George Mason University Arlington Campus, the event focuses on the role of communication, coordination, and collaboration for critical infrastructure resilience in recognition of the increased importance of multi-stakeholder partnerships to resilient infrastructure. Keynote speakers include retired Rear Admiral Ann C. Phillips and David Lawrence, founder and Chief Collaborative Office of Risk Assistance Network + Exchange (RANE).
Registration is available here, with discounted rates available for government officials, students, and Schar School alumni.
Past symposia have focused on similar cross-cutting themes, such as resilience at the intersections of science, economics, and policy.