CAMPAIGN-2: Matching Community Resilience Stakeholders with Plans and Volunteers

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Utilization of Volunteers for Operations, Supply Chain, and COMs

VOLUNTEER UTILIZATION SERIES - CAPABILITY VIEWPOINT-7: UTILIZATION OF VOLUNTEERS SUCH AS CERT FOR OPERATIONS- OPERATIONAL COORDINATION, SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS-INTEGRITY-SECURITY, & OPERATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS (INCLUDING COMMAND AND SHELTERS) - PURPOSE: This is part of a series of posts examining various ways volunteers such as CERT have been utilized in the past. The Volunteer Utilization Series posts were preliminarily ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-2: Matching Community Resilience Stakeholders with Plans and Volunteers

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ADDITIONAL NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS STAKEHOLDERS

VOLUNTEER UTILIZATION SERIES - CAPABILITY VIEWPOINT-11: PUBLIC INFORMATION, WARNING, & COMMUNICATIONS PERSPECTIVE (Including: Public information and warning covers all mission areas, and is important to Deliver coordinated, prompt, reliable, and actionable information to the whole community through the use of clear, consistent, accessible, and culturally and linguistically appropriate methods to effectively relay information ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-2: Matching Community Resilience Stakeholders with Plans and Volunteers

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Dissemination of Information (External)

Currently, the NIMS discussion of information security is limited to the need for appropriate security measures. However, the need for appropriate security measures may also restrict information that can be valuable to the public. Informing the public and additional audiences during an incident is an ongoing cycle that involves four steps: Step 1: Gather Information, Step 2: Verify Information, Step 3: Coordination of ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-2: Matching Community Resilience Stakeholders with Plans and Volunteers

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Private Sector and other Non-Governmental Stakeholders in MACs

.MACS consist of a combination of elements: personnel, procedures, protocols, business practices, and communications integrated into a common system. For the purpose of coordinating resources and support between multiple jurisdictions, The ‘WHOLE COMMUNITY’ (Public-Private Partnerships, NVOADs, VOADs, NGOs, CI/KR, Faith-Based, etc.) need to be integrated not only into the MAC but also as equal partners in the emergency ...more »

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CAMPAIGN-5: Ideas to improve Cyberspace, Infrastructure, and the Grid

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Use SAFECOM Lessons Learned to enhance Emergency COMs-Response

IDEA: Given the current demands for technological innovation, interoperability, and communications capacity building, DHS-OEC needs to develop a specific lessons learned database for SAFECOM. - PURPOSE: Once SAFECOM lessons learned are consolidated and accessible, we need to then leverage lessons learned from SAFECOM, National Council of Statewide Interoperability Coordinators (NCSWIC), PSAC, NPSTC, and elsewhere to ...more »

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