of personnel and operations of U.S. organizations in foreign countries.
and emergency evacuation planning by OSAC Constituent Councils.
including Country Councils, Regional Councils and Sector-Specific Working Groups.
including security information exchange initiatives, conferences and workshops between public and private sectors.
for security training symposia and information exchanges by OSAC Councils.
Constituent Council activities so that government personnel no longer need to solicit private funding or personally fund OSAC activities.
No interested representative of a qualified U.S. organization, particularly a nonprofit doing humanitarian work, is excluded from OSAC activities due to financial barriers.
OSAC staff travel in support of OSAC activities.
and incidents, civil disturbances, natural disasters, crime, cyber attacks and other threats to OSAC member organizations.
that OSAC Constituent Councils and other related organizations need to keep U.S. citizens and organizations safe.
ISF works with OSAC to secure the safety of Americans across the globe.SUPPORT ISF