Tomorrow’s (9/15/2020) ESF-14 Cross Sector Business and Infrastructure Partner Call (COVID-19, Hurricane Sally, and Western Wildfires)

Critical Infrastructure Colleagues and Partners,

This is a friendly reminder that the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will hold our next COVID-19 Emergency Support Function 14 (ESF-14) Cross-Sector Business and Infrastructure Partners Call – Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 15th, 2020 at 3 PM ET . In addition to COVID-19, we plan to address Hurricane Sally and western-U.S. wildfires .

On future call cadence, COVID-19 focused calls will continue to be held each month; however, we are downshifting to a once per month frequency. After tomorrow, our next COVID-19 focused ESF-14 / broad stakeholder call will be on Tuesday, October 13th , and then again on Tuesday, November 10th . These broad stakeholder calls, concerning cross-sector issues, have been very successful in creating a larger community-focused dialogue, performing issue spotting, and unifying messages and efforts across public and private critical infrastructure partners.

The conference dial-in and pin will remain unchanged (as per earlier COVID-19 ESF-14 calls), and the line will be open 10 minutes prior to the call. We hope you will be able to join us.

Participant Dial-In: 1-800-593-7177

Participant PIN: 7963614

Again, tomorrow’s call is a cross-over/hybrid call focusing on current severe weather and wildfires as well as the pandemic. The duration of the call will be 75 minutes (i.e., through 4:15 PM ET) – depending on the number of guest speakers and questions from the audience. You can also access comprehensive resources, guidance, and contact information at, and partners are additionally invited to access the FEMA National Business Emergency Operations Center (NBEOC) Dashboard via the following link at

Stay Safe. Stay Healthy. Defend Today. Secure Tomorrow.