Attention All InfraGard Members: InfraGard Magazine Editorial Board (IMEB) Issues Call for Proposals and Content

InfraGard Magazine is now accepting proposals and submissions of content for review and possible inclusion in upcoming editions!

The purpose of InfraGard Magazine is to deliver information into the hands of first responders and security professionals in a timely and accurate manner, and in doing, serve to inform, inspire and promote those professionals who protect American lives, liberty and critical infrastructure.

Submit abstracts and materials to: [email protected]

Submissions of all types, including conceptual, empirical, and practice-based research reports that address the special issue theme are encouraged. Highlights of the special areas of particular InfraGard chapters, members, and critical infrastructure segments are welcome.

If your InfraGard chapter has scheduled events, such as conferences, webinars, etc. that would be of interest to a national audience please share those well in advance (six weeks or more, if possible) for inclusion on the quarterly calendar.

The initial 150-250 word abstract submission should state the purpose, results, and conclusions of the work to be described in the final paper.

Abstracts should be submitted in block style, aligned to the left.

Author and co-author names, affiliations, and email contacts should be included beneath the title; references do not need to be included in the abstract.

Authors will be invited to submit full article manuscripts based on a favorable abstract. Full manuscripts are also accepted for review.

Manuscripts should be written for a broad audience that will include community leaders, first responders, academia, business and government sectors.

InfraGard Magazine follows AP style with a few customizations (e.g., italicize the name of the publication instead of putting in quotes):

Additional guidelines:

Feature stories should be 1,200 – 1,500 words.

Each manuscript must be prepared in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) and submitted with necessary photos, graphics, citations, and references in accordance with AP style.

Speaker bios should be 175-200 words when possible and include name, position, company affiliation if applicable, and any appellations that should follow the individual’s name. (Paragraph form is fine.)