Christopher Logan headshot

Christopher Logan

Deputy Assistant Administrator, Grants Programs

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Christopher Logan currently serves as deputy assistant administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Grant Programs Directorate. In that role, he oversees the agency’s multibillion-dollar preparedness grants portfolio and is responsible for agencywide grants management policy.

Logan joined FEMA in 2010 as senior counselor to the deputy administrator for protection and national preparedness. During his time at FEMA he has served in several senior executive service positions, including deputy assistant administrator for grant programs; director of public assistance; director of national training and education; and acting assistant administrator for national preparedness.

Prior to joining FEMA, Logan served as a senior analyst and then as director of the Homeland Security and Technology Division in the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices. In that capacity, he managed the activities of the Governors Homeland Security Advisors Council and provided advice and guidance to governors and their staff on biosecurity, pandemic influenza preparedness, critical infrastructure protection and emergency management.

Logan holds a bachelor’s degree in government from the College of William and Mary in Virginia and a Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence from the National Intelligence University in Washington, D.C. He is an alumnus of the Executive Leaders Program at the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security in Monterey, California. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.


Policy Roundtable: The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Buy America, Cybersecurity and More

Wednesday, May 25th

In this session, industry and government speakers will provide an update and overview of emerging polices that affect that affect organizations in the security ecosystem, from manufacturers to agencies to end users in critical infrastructure, including funding sources for infrastructure protection, new Buy America policies, cyber incident reporting requirements and others.