CAMPAIGN-3: Community Resource Management Ideas

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FLOOD MANAGEMENT - CONTAMINATION OVERVIEW

BACKGROUND CONSIDERATIONS: All hazards begin locally and end locally, but in the middle, (for every hazard or event) there are “EO Climate Change” considerations and Executive Branch level Planning Framework designating Official Government Agencies as well as key stakeholders that will work with LEPC designated personnel and their Emergency Operations Plans during these (e.g. Flood events). The net labor and resources ...more »

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

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ISO9001 2015 NEW QMS Framework, Requirements, and Implications

(Please consider the following information carefully, as the new ISO9001:2015 Standard with the new Annex SL Framework implementation could easily take our Nation to a whole new and improved standard of Resilience). - Produced By: ATL PREVENTION RESEARCH L.L.C. Experimental Draft: Version1.4E Origination: 2015-01-05T06:00 UTC Last Updated: 2015-10-10T17:00 UTC - SPONSOR: This document is a FREE product of ATL Prevention ...more »

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

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IMPACT-Incident Management Preparedness and Coordination Toolkit

PURPOSE: Here I introduce new Free for Government software called "IMPACT," a geospatial tool designed to enhance situational awareness, communication, and collaboration during and for security events. It can also be used with Table-Top exercises scenarios as well. The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Explosives Division (EXD) has funded research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory ...more »

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