The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) has released a Legislative Outlook for the Second Session of the 114th Congress. In 2016, Congress will consider a number of issues of critical importance to the nation’s fire and emergency services.
The Congressional Fire Services Institute’s Board of Directors selected Assistant Fire Chief Carl Holmes (Ret) as the recipient of the 2016 CFSI/Motorola Solutions Mason Lankford Fire Service Leadership Award.
The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) is still accepting nominations for theDr. Anne W. Phillips Award for Leadership in Fire Safety Education and theExcellence in Fire Service-Based EMS Award.
The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) have selected the Fire Department Safety Officers Association (FDSOA) as the recipient of the 2016 Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Service Safety Leadership Award.
There’s an adage in Washington, DC that “all politics is local.” CFSI Executive Director Bill Webb will share his thoughts on how local fire service leaders can make a difference at the national level to advance important fire service legislation in the 114th Congress. Webb has worked in Washington, DC since 1985, the past 21 years as an advocate for our nation’s fire and emergency services.
On Thursday, February 25th, Congressman Richard Hanna (NY-22) and Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. (NJ-9) introduced H.R. 4625, the Firefighter Cancer Registry Act.
The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) has just released the seminar schedule for the 2016 National Fire and Emergency Services Symposium, held in conjunction with the 28th Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner, on May 4-5, 2016 in Washington, DC.
It’s just three months until the most important event in the fire and emergency services: The 2016 National Fire and Emergency Services Symposium / 28th Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner in Washington, DC on May 4-5, 2016.
On Friday, March 18, 2016 CFSI will host its annual “A Night at the Rink,” sponsored by the National Fire Sprinkler Association.
On Tuesday, February 9th, the White House released the Administration’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget proposal, the final budget of the Obama Administration. The $4.23 trillion budget contains $40.6 billion for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.