Douglas DeLancey - 4C Conference 11052

Douglas DeLancey

Douglas DeLancey
  • Section Chief, C-IED Strategy, Integration, and Communications Section (CSICS)
  • Company: Department of Homeland Security

Responsible for the effective strategy, integration and communications for DHS efforts in counter-bombing.

Selected to build and lead the Section charged with integrating the functions of the Office and running the Taskings process.
Responsible for the strategy, integration and communications associated with DHS efforts to counter terrorist use of explosives in the U.S.
Formulates, manages, and executes an $11M+ budget and serves as supervisor to a team of 15 personnel.
Develop and coordinate policies and supporting programs to prevent, protect against, respond to, and mitigate bombing incidents.
Serves as the Contracting Officer’s Representative.
Ensures effective program delivery across the Office.
Lead role in inter-agency planning, coordination and communication with other Agencies and Departments.
Represents the Office to security management and trade associations.
Charged with the stakeholder efforts of the Office among Federal, Territory, Tribal and local government stakeholders and officials.
Designated Federal Emergency Response Official and serves on the Emergency Relocation Group for DHS to plan, guide and assist in National disaster and recovery efforts.
Serves as the Chair of the Explosives Screening and Detection Sub-Integrated Product Team for the Department of Homeland Security.
Manages operations in support of the Office’s role as Deputy Administrator of the interagency Joint Program Office for Countering-IEDs.

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