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Infrastructure Resilience

ICF enables clients to manage risks to improve the security and resilience of energy and water supplies, transportation and cyber systems, and other critical infrastructure.

Improving the security and resilience of public and private sector infrastructure requires proactive planning across all levels of government and implementation through strong public-private partnerships. With an integrated team of industry specialists, risk management professionals, planners, former government officials, and specific hazards specialists, ICF is exceptionally positioned to help stakeholders manage risks and promote resilience.

ICF supports infrastructure security and resilience initiatives with:

  • Federal policy and program development and implementation
  • Vulnerability and risk assessments to understand risks, identify priorities, and help inform selection of appropriate mitigation strategies 
  • Program management and performance measurement
  • Strategic communications and outreach
  • Climate change impact assessments
  • Capital investment planning to focus resource allocation
  • Training and exercises to build strong networks and validate plans
  • North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) compliance services 
  • Detailed regulatory analysis

ICF draws on deep knowledge of the most important homeland security efforts in the United States and internationally to guide clients through a comprehensive decision-making process to identify infrastructure risks and determine the most effective mitigation strategies.

We tailor our analysis and support to each client’s needs while sharing information among public and private sector partners. In addition, ICF helps clients comply with regulatory mandates while reviewing their options for voluntary measures.

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