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Sponsorship Packages for ANSI Homeland Security Standards Panel Now Available

10% Discount Offered to Early Sponsors

New York, Mar 30, 2011

The American National Standards Institute Homeland Security Standards Panel (ANSI-HSSP) is pleased to announce three tiers of sponsorship opportunities to support the panel’s 2011 events.

The ANSI-HSSP provides the unique opportunity for the homeland security, emergency preparedness, and business continuity communities and other stakeholders to come together to discuss strategic approaches to current challenges, recent successes, and future outlooks. Sponsorship supports the continued momentum of the ANSI-HSSP work program and helps to keep participation fees for ANSI-HSSP events to a minimum, thereby encouraging greater participation.

Through sponsorship, stakeholders have the opportunity to publicize their organization’s commitment to homeland security via promotional materials, signage, banner ads, and more. As an exclusive offer, HSSP members and constituents who commit to a sponsorship before May 2, 2011, will receive a discount of 10 percent.

This year, three tiers of sponsorship allow stakeholders the option of sponsoring an individual event or committing to an annual package:

Individual ANSI-HSSP Workshop Sponsorships ($1,500)
Sponsor one of the following: Annual ANSI-HSSP Plenary Sponsorship ($2,000) All-inclusive Premium Sponsor ($4,500)
  • Sponsors all three ANSI-HSSP events in 2011

Click here to learn more about the ANSI-HSSP packages and the benefits associated with each.

To become a sponsor, you may submit payment online or return the sponsorship form to hssp@ansi.org.


ANSI-HSSP has as its mission to identify existing consensus standards, or, if none exist, assist the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and those sectors requesting assistance to accelerate development and adoption of consensus standards critical to homeland security. The ANSI-HSSP promotes a positive, cooperative partnership between the public and private sectors in order to meet the needs of the nation in this critical area. For more information on the HSSP, visit www.ansi.org/hssp.

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