Working Groups & Memorandums of Understanding

 

The Governor’s Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council (GEPAC) was created to assess the State's overall homeland security preparedness, policies, and communications and to advise on strategies to improve our current system. The Homeland Security Unit utilizes numerous Working Groups that act as subject matter experts and review grant applications annually to make recommendations on the allocation of Homeland Security Grant Program funding.

Governor’s Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council

Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs)

Annually after receiving an award from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and MOU is developed to outline how each working group will operate and to what projects the funds have been allocated for that funding year.

Federal Fiscal Year 2018 Communications Working Group MOU

Federal Fiscal Year 2018 Critical Infrastructure Working Group MOU

Federal Fiscal Year 2018 Cybersecurity Working Group MOU

Federal Fiscal Year 2018 Law Enforcement Working Group MOU

Federal Fiscal Year 2018 School Safety Working Group MOU

Federal Fiscal Year 2018 Special Operations Working Group MOU

Federal Fiscal Year 2018 Training & Exercise Working Group MOU

 

Contact Information

Vermont Homeland Security Unit
45 State Drive
Waterbury, Vermont 05671


Vermont Intelligence Center
(802) 872-6110
dps.vic@vermont.gov