Homeland Security Task Force

The Homeland Security Task Force was created by Governor Roy Barnes by verbal announcement on October 25, 2001. The purpose of the state's Homeland Security Task Force is to advise the Director of Homeland Security on issues related to Terrorism and Homeland Security.

Homeland Security Task Force Members


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Homer Bryson
Director
Georgia Emergency
Management Agency/
Homeland Security 

Colonel Mark W. McDonough
Colonel Mark W. McDonough
Commissioner
Georgia Public Safety

Vernon M. Keenan
Vernon M. Keenan
Director
Georgia Bureau
of Investigation

Brigadier General Joe Jarrard
Brigadier General
Joe Jarrard
Adjutant General
Georgia Department of Defense

Mark Williams
Mark Williams
Commissioner
Georgia Department of
Natural Resources

Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald
Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald
Commissioner
Georgia Department of Public Health
Georgia Department of
Public Health

Joseph Drolet
Joseph Drolet
Senior Assistant
Attorney General
Georgia Department of Law

Russell McMurry, P.E.
Russell McMurry, P.E.
Commissioner
Georgia Department
of Transportation

Gary Black
Gary Black
Commissioner
Georgia Department
of Agriculture

Calvin Rhodes
Calvin Rhodes
Executive Director
Georgia Technology Authority

Chief Robert Singletary
Chief Robert Singletary
Fire Chief
City of Warner Robins

Frank V. Rotondo
Frank V. Rotondo
Executive Director
Georgia Association of
Chiefs of Police

Terry Norris
Terry Norris
Executive Director
Georgia Sheriffs' Association

Phillip Peacock
Philip Peacock
Director of Security
Georgia Power Company