American Security Project Launches Business Council for American Security
July, 2015, Washington DC –American Security Project announces the launch of The Business Council for American Security (BCAS).The Council will be a permanent membership group supporting ASP.
ASP was founded by then Senators John Kerry, Chuck Hagel, and former Senators Gary Hart and Warren Rudman, to bring non-partisanship back to the national security dialogue. As a non-partisan think-tank, ASP covers broad issues affecting America’s long term national security. Among others, this includes the threats of climate change, nuclear proliferation, energy insecurity, and declining economic competitiveness.
BCAS is an exclusive gathering of leading firms across industry aligned in their support of America’s national security for the 21st century. These leaders believe in a vision of American security that extends beyond bombs and bullets.
In the 21st Century, Business is positioned at the Nexus of Policy, the Market, and National Security
BGen Stephen Cheney, USMC (Ret.) and ASP CEO stated:
“Bringing the voice of enterprise into the national security dialogue will not only enhance ASP’s impact; it will enhance the role of business as a force for change.”
BCAS membership offers 3 highly valuable membership levels, with all tiers centered on ASP’s annual event series.
Council Chairperson Dante Disparte, CEO and Founder of Risk Cooperative added:
“In honor of ASP’s tradition of recognizing the military flag officers who serve our nation and on our board, we have introduced the 2-Star, 3-Star and a prestigious 4-Star membership categories, with each level designed to provide enterprise-wide value for BCAS member organizations. In our launch year, BCAS members who join at the 3 Star level, will receive all of the benefits and public identification as a 4 Star BCAS member.”
As a 501(c)3, all financial support for ASP through BCAS membership is tax deductible.
Explore the benefits of individual BCAS tiers here.
About American Security Project
American Security Project (ASP) is a nonpartisan education institute founded by then-Senators John Kerry, Chuck Hagel, and other national security leaders dedicated to fostering knowledge and understanding of a range of national security issues, promoting debate about the appropriate use of American power, and cultivating strategic responses to 21st century challenges.
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