The FEMA 2018-2022 Strategic Plan provides a framework for supporting the US before, during, and after disasters. From 2018 to 2022, FEMA will focus on three main Strategic Goals, driving progress through 12 supporting Strategic Objectives. FEMA will develop individual strategies to help guide and shape each Strategic Objective and direct resources and funding to support these important areas.
The Crisis Event Response and Recovery Access (CERRA) Framework focuses on supporting state, local, and regional efforts to enable the successful transit and access of critical response and recovery resources before, during, and after emergencies.
This manual assists preparedness efforts and decision making by providing readily accessible information that quickly describes critical scientific and medical aspects of a nuclear incident as well as the response organization and resources anticipated to be required or available during a response.
This report contains recommended approaches to help fire service manage organizational, operational and community risk. Specific challenges involved in incorporating a “risk management approach” into the delivery of fire department services are addressed.
The International Association of Emergency Managers and the National Emergency Management Association’s joint report details the return on investment realized by the Emergency Management Performance Grants (EMPG) program, which is the only source of federal funding provided directly to state and local governments for all the functions that help to build a robust emergency management system.
According to a new report by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the health sector in the United States would be far better positioned to manage medical care needs during emergencies of any scale by empowering existing healthcare coalitions to connect community resilience efforts with a network of hospitals equipped to handle disasters.
In his statement to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Daniel R. Coats, director of national intelligence, offers his assessment of threats to U.S. national security. Some key threats discussed include cyberthreats, emerging and disruptive technologies, weapons of mass destruction, and regional threats.
This white paper summarizes the progress to date in procuring medical countermeasures and prior congressional funding mechanisms for Project BioShield. It also discusses ways to optimize funding for medical countermeasures so the existing public-private partnership can continue to thrive – namely, by restoring the program’s original multiyear funding structure.
The new National Defense Strategy seeks to implement the pillars of the National Security Strategy: peace through strength, the affirmation of America’s international role, the U.S. alliance and partnership structure and the necessity to build military advantage to maintain key regional balances of power.
The 2017-2018 PHEMCE Strategy and Implementation Plan reflects the Department of Health and Human Service’s continued commitment, in collaboration with its interagency PHEMCE partners, to provide the nation with a nimble, flexible capacity to rapidly produce and effectively use medical countermeasures in the face of any attack or novel threat.