Becoming a Member

DSAC member companies must have a minimum of $1 billion in revenue, a U.S.-based Chief Security Officer (CSO) or equivalent, and a nexus to national and economic security. DSAC is especially interested in companies that bring a unique and diverse experience to the program.

New DSAC companies should already be engaged with their local FBI field office. If your company is not yet engaged and is interested in joining DSAC, please contact the private sector coordinator (PSC) in your local FBI field office to begin building a relationship before submitting a membership application. The PSC can help you find the best public-private program(s) for your company to join.

To apply for a DSAC membership, fill out and submit the Online Membership Application Form*.

*Please note, if your company is a subsidiary, owned by a parent company that has a DSAC membership, your company is already entitled to some DSAC benefits