Critical Infrastructure

Protecting and ensuring the continuity of the critical infrastructure of the United States are essential to the nation's security, public health and safety, economic vitality, and way of life.

Critical Infrastructure and Key Resource Sector Chiefs

Agriculture and Food Sector
Agriculture and Food
Banking and Finance Sector
Financial Services
Chemical Sector
Chemical
Commercial Facilities Sector
Commercial Facilities
Communications Sector
Communications
Critical Manufacturing Sector
Critical Manufacturing
Dams Sector
Dams
Defense Industrial Base Sector
Defense Industrial Base
Emergency Services Sector
Emergency Services
Energy Sector
Energy
Government Facilities Sector
Government Facilities
Healthcare and Public Health Sector
Healthcare and Public Healthcare
Information Technology Sector
Information Technology
Nuclear Reactors, Materials and Waste Sector
Nuclear Reactors, Materials and Waste
Transportation Systems Sector
Transportation Systems

Water Sector
Water and Wastewater Systems

The above list includes the current 16 sectors identified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as the most Critical Infrastructures and Key Response (CI/KR) areas in the nation. Each InfraGard Sector Chief has two primary responsibilities:

  1. To bolster intelligence gathering and transfer between the FBI and the InfraGard Oklahoma Members Alliance; and
  2. To create more value for InfraGard members by serving as a focal point for their sector

Mandatory Responsibilities are the responsibilities that a Sector Chief shall assume while serving in the capacity of Sector Chief.

The following Sector Chiefs are InfraGard members who are considered leaders in their respective industries and sectors; and who have volunteered to represent these areas. Please contact anyone on this list, if you have questions or would like to get involved in one or more of these areas. If you are a subject matter expert in one of the sectors currently open and would like to be considered for the position or as a Deputy Sector Chief, please contact Special Agent Dana Harper, our FBI InfraGard Coordinator ([email protected]).

Agriculture and Food

Dr. Leslie Cole
Area Emergency Coordinator OK
U.S. Department of Agriculture, APHIS, VS

Banking and Finance

Elaine Dodd
Vice President Fraud Division
Oklahoma Bankers Association (OBA)

Deputy: John Micue
Security and Safety Officer
Tinker Federal Credit Union

Chemical

Joshua Fagala
Senior Internal / Forensics Auditor
LSB Industries, Inc.

Communications

Van H Schallenberg
Technology Services Unit

Deputy: Chad Kliewer
Information Security Officer
Pioneer

Defense Industrial Base

Linda McCoy
Chickasaw Nations Industries
CNI Facility Security Officer

Emergency Services

David Williams
Assistant Director, Organized Retail Crime Investigations
Hobby Lobby

Deputy: Debra Wagner
Assistant Director of Emergency Management
City of Moore

Energy

Tim Frisby
IT Director
Samco Enterprises

Deputy: Ian Anderson
IT Security Manager
City of Oklahoma City

Government Facilities

Giovani McKinney

Deputy: Open

Health Care and Public Health

Scott Sproat
Chief, Emergency Preparednesss and Response
Oklahoma State Department of Health

Deputy: Marcie Huddleston

Information Technology

Dan Connett
Enterprise Architect
Federal Aviatoin

Deputy: Scott Wright

Transportation

Open

Deputy: Open

Water

Mark Hildebrand
Environmental Programs Manager, Water Quality Division, Program Management
Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)

Deputy: Josh Morgan
City of Oklahoma City

Commercial Facilities - Open
Critical Manufacturing - Open
Dams - Open
Nuclear Reactors, Materials and Waste - Open