Vice president of strategic planning for Virginia-based Strategic Engagement Group, John Guandolo provides counsel to government entities regarding potential security threats in the United States. A noted counterterrorism expert, John Guandolo earned the Defender of the Homeland Award from the Center for Security Policy. For more than two decades, the Center for Security Policy has engaged in public policy research and other activities aimed at promoting national security in the United States.
Homeland security is a key focus area for the Center, and significant effort goes into research to support government efforts to reduce the risk of terrorist attacks in the United States. The Center tracks critical policy development across several government agencies, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Transportation Security Agency, the Secret Service, and others that have ties to homeland security and counterterrorism activities.
To meet the broad interests of its audience, the Center publishes a wide spectrum of content, ranging from online articles to full-length books that provide in-depth insight on related topics. Throughout its history, the Center has earned praise from notable leaders, including President Ronald Reagan and former Vice President Dick Cheney.