Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Program Manager BS Civil Engineering - The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina – 1981. MS Engineering from the Catholic University of America – 1986. Commissioned as an Army Engineer Officer in 1981 and served until retirement as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2003. From 2003 until 2019 Frank served in various emergency management positions within USACE and three years with private industry engineering firm. From May 2019 to present, Frank has been serving as the HQ USACE Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience (CIPR) Program Manager and to perform visionary special projects to assist in the development of the future OHS and the EM Community of Practice. Frank is a voting member of the DHS CISA Dam Sector Government Coordinating Council. The DHS CISA activities to bring together industry, SLTT, not for profit organizations and federal agencies to address issues and paths forward is an extremely important function. Frank is leading a similar effort in USACE for the Emergency Management organization to better determine USACE disaster, resilience and mitigation missions and how we will perform them in the next 5-10 years – the Dam Sector Regional Risk and Resilience Program. Frank participates in the FEMA RSFLG Executive and National Coordinator’s and Action Officers meetings and working groups and the MITFLG Executive, Action Officer, Place Based Task Force and National Initiative to Advance Building Codes working Group.