Andrew Siegel is an expert in policy analysis of emergency management and homeland security issues, with a focus on business continuity. He has more than 25 years of experience consulting to Federal agencies, state and local governments, and Fortune 500 corporations. He has assisted local emergency management departments develop strategic and pandemic plans for emergency preparedness. Mr. Siegel also developed software used across the Federal government to streamline regulation writing and public comment analysis.
In the critical infrastructure protection field, Mr. Siegel provided expertise to the government and private industry committees associated with various sectors of the economy, including food and agriculture, commercial facilities, and national monuments and icons. He helped the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) upgrade its business continuity program by conducting National Level Continuity of Operations (COOP) exercises and training, drafting continuity plans, maintaining its alternate COOP facility, and performing evacuation drills to prepare employees for terrorist attacks.