FBI Dallas
Public Affairs Officers Melinda Urbina and Katie Chaumont
(972) 559-5629 / (972) 559-5699
May 2, 2024

Protect Critical American Infrastructure

Infragard is Now Accepting Applications for New Members

DALLAS—Want to be a part of protecting critical American infrastructure? InfraGard, a partnership program for seamless collaboration between the FBI and members of the private sector, is now accepting applications for new members.

As one of the nation’s largest public/private partnerships, InfraGard connects critical infrastructure owners, operators and stakeholders with the FBI to provide education, networking and information sharing on security threats and risks.

InfraGard allows members to:

  • Access valuable security bulletins and training programs
  • Help safeguard the American people and its assets
  • Grow their professional network

Member requirements:

  • Be employed or formerly employed in a critical infrastructure sector
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be a U.S. Citizen (U.S. Citizen by birth as defined by 8 USC 1401-1409 or a U.S. Citizen by Naturalization as defined by 8 USC 1421-1459)
  • Complete the InfraGard membership application form
  • Agree to the following: InfraGard Information-Sharing Policy, Privacy Act Statement, Agreements to Hold Harmless and Code of Ethics
  • Consent to an FBI-conducted security risk assessment, which includes local, state and federal criminal history and other security-related database checks Note: Students are eligible to apply as long they meet the above membership requirements.

Learn more or sign up for an information session at https://www.fbi.gov/how-we-can-help-you/office-of-private-sector or https://infragard.org/.