Community List

Name Description Members
Power Outage Incident Annex
Welcome to the Power Outage Incident Annex (POIA) community. This COP is a place for members of the POIA planning team to share information, exchange documents, and collaborate on the development of the POIA. The purpose of the POIA is to provide incident-specific supplemental information to the Response and Recovery FIOPs. The POIA will describe the process and organizational constructs that the Federal Government will utilize to respond to and recover from the impacts resulting from a disruption in the bulk power system, whether resulting from deliberate acts of terrorism or crime, accidents, or natural disasters. Please visit the “Documents” tab at the top of the community page and select the “Supporting Documents” folder to learn more. Thank you for joining and we look forward to working with you. The POIA Planning Team 14
Prepaid Card Reader
A restricted community that will serve as medium to discuss the testing and operational deployment of the Electronic Recovery and Access to Data (ERAD) Prepaid Card Reader and ERAD best practices. 12
Preparation for National Level Exercise 2011 (NLE 2011)
Discussion for participants involved in National Level Exercise 2011 (NLE 2011) 47
Presidential Policy Directive 8
The Presidential Policy Directive 8 (PPD-8) is aimed at strengthening the security and resilience of the United States through systematic preparation for the threats that pose the greatest risk to the security of the Nation, including acts of terrorism, cyber attacks, pandemics, and catastrophic natural disasters. Everyone has a role in national preparedness. The PPD-8 Program Executive Office is dedicated to working with all members of our emergency management team to build a stronger national preparedness system that leverages all elements of our society – federal, state and local governments, the private sector, non-governmental organizations, faith-based and community partnerships and individuals – to meet the security, preparedness and resilience needs of our communities. 88
Presidential Transition Resource Center 2016 17
The Presidential Transition Training and Exercise Program familiarizes senior career civilians and senior administration appointed officials with Departmental/Agency authorities, policies, continuity of government, organizational structures, and domestic response best practices. Through an interactive series of seminars, case studies, and exercises, outgoing and incoming senior officials will discuss domestic incident management best practices, response priorities, and governing directives. Training and exercise activities will ensure that both acting and incoming officials are fully prepared to assume their respective incident management roles and responsibilities during the transition period. This Resource Center houses reference materials in preparation for Presidential Transition Training and Exercise Program participants. 12
Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response
A group that unites professionals in local, state, and federal entities, and non-governmental organizations and advocacy groups (such as NACCHO and ASTHO) that work on public health emergency preparedness and response (PHEPR). 258
Public Safety Geographic Information System (GIS)
NAPSG Foundation is the lead for this communtiy. It serves as a forum for the emergency response community to exchange ideas, issues, questions in the advancement of technology and GIS for local, state and national preparedness. 245
Public Safety Spectrum Trust Operator Advisory Committee Community
The Public Safety Spectrum Trust (PSST) is the holder of the nationwide 700 MHz public safety broadband license, issued by the Federal Communications Commission. The Operator Advisory Committee (OAC) is composed of local, regional and state jurisdictions which have been issued waivers by the FCC so that these jurisdictions may build and operate 700 MHz public safety broadband layers under an FCC approved lease agreement with the PSST. OAC members advise the PSST Chairman and Board of Directors on a wide range of public safety broadband issues and are also sharing information among the member entities in a collaborative manner. 29
Public Works Emergency Preparedness and Response
A group that unites public works professionals in local, state, and federal entities, and non-governmental organizations such as APWA involved in emergency preparedness and response. 39
Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (QHSR)
A discussion page for Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (QHSR) stakeholders to receive information about the second QHSR, to interact with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other stakeholders, and to provide their thoughts and comments on the QHSR study topics. 596
R4 BIA Collaborative Planning Team
Documents and Discussion related to R4 BIA Planning Effort. Only open to members of the team. 59
Radiological Emergency Management System (REMS)
REMS is a network of gamma radiation sensors that provides real-time city-wide data that can be used for response and recovery in case of a radiological or nuclear event. Data transmitted by the sensors allows responders and emergency managers to rapidly assess potential radiation exposure in affected areas and implement necessary public safety measures. REMS was developed by the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate's National Urban Security Technology Laboratory and is currently being implemented by the New York City Police Department. 12
Radiological Operations Support Specialist (ROSS)
Radiological Operations Support Specialist (ROSS) is a National Incident Management (NIMS) typed position to address the significant radiological, social, and public health complexities of radiological and nuclear (rad/nuc) emergencies. This is a forum for radiation safety professionals, emergency responders, and emergency managers to identify ROSS best practices, insights, and lessons learned. It will also be an opportunity for forum members to help define appropriate ROSS training, credentialing, and skills, knowledge, and abilities. The ROSS supports rad/nuc emergency response by integrating into the incident Command System (ICS) and can operate anywhere from the forward field to the Emergency Operation Center. The ROSS brings specialized skills and understanding in plume modeling, radiological data assessment, and the hazards and risks associated with a rad/nuc incident. The ROSS uses technical tools such as RadResponder and CMWeb to help collect, collate, and communicate critical technical data to federal partners and key state and local decision makers. The ROSS is essential to help communities best use and integrate federal response assets (such as IMAAC, NARAC, RAP, NG CST, FRMAC, AMS, REAC/TS, and the Advisory Team) and their products. 6
Region 2 Incident Management Team CT
The CT Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (DEMHS), through the Incident Management Team of the Statewide Emergency Management and Homeland Security Coordinating Council (Coordinating Council), has been assisting in the establishment of regional all-hazards Incident Management Teams (IMTs), corresponding to the DEMHS regions. The Region 2 IMT is composed of local volunteers who are trained and organized to support emergency response and recovery efforts or planned event operations by providing the framework necessary to establish an incident command or unified command system as required by the National Incident Management System (NIMS). 11
Regional Operations Platform Pilot (ROPP) II
The Regional Operations Platform Pilot (ROPP) pilot community is a place where members from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia can collaborate to advance the goals of developing state and regional information sharing capabilities in partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through its Virtual USA initiative. The community is available to federal, state, local, and tribal constituencies within those 10 southeast states. 45
Region IV NRIA CPT Collaboration
Community for the Collaborative Planning Team working on the Region IV NRIA Annex to the Region IV All Hazards Plan. Membership is by invitation only. 40
Region VI Public Safety Long Term Evolution (LTE) Interoperability Forum
This community is for the purpose of 1) Exchanging ideas, visions, strategies, and issues among the LTE government contractors and organizations involved in 700 MHz public safety mobile broadband network early deployment; 2) Identifying key issues which need to be subsequently managed, tracked, and monitored going forward in the Region VI LTE implementation process, developing an order in which such issues should be discussed, and setting a future schedule for follow-up meetings and meeting locations; 3) Avoiding duplication of other efforts, by focusing on issues specific to LTE implementation in Region VI, and not duplicating efforts of organizations such as the FCC, ERIC, DHS-OEC and NIST/NTIA-PSCR, 3GPP, or other entities also working on broadband LTE for Public Safety; 4) Establishing an open, standards-based LTE environment which supports a healthy, competitive procurement of network infrastructure and terminal devices, while enabling LTE suppliers to innovate and produce sustainable products and services; and 5) Enabling an early deployment of an interoperable 700 MHz mobile public safety LTE broadband network which, when fully deployed in Region VI, will support public safety responders in being safer, more responsive, and more effective in their efforts toward saving human life and property. 79
Response and Defeat Operations Support (REDOPS)
The REDOPS team will evaluate Bomb Squad Response and Defeat technologies and capabilities using key capability measures (i.e. effectiveness, reliability, interoperability, etc.) under a wide variety realistic and relevant real-world operational scenarios. All assessments will be performed with actual state and local bomb squads. Efforts will initially focus on vehicle-borne improvised explosive device response. The REDOPS Community of Practice will serve as a means for the team to prioritize technology assessments, disseminate information, solicit feedback, and encourage community involvement. A REDOPS - Secure Community of Practice has been created for dissemination of the REDOPS Assessment Reports to qualifying federal, state and local government employees. 2
RND Program Assistance Framework 2
The purpose of the Program Assistance Framework Project is to develop a methodology and products that will be used for planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to develop a Radiological/Nuclear Detection Capability. This framework is designed to support the goals and objectives of the Global Nuclear Detection Architecture (GNDA) in assisting federal, state, local and tribal governments in developing rad/nuc detection architectures by providing processes and products that will guide these organizations in the development of a rad/nuc capability that will help them equip, train and exercise these capabilities. 25
Robotic Aircraft for Public Safety (RAPS)
The RAPS team will evaluate Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (SUAS) using key capability measures (i.e. endurance, stability, resolution, etc.) under a wide variety of simulated but realistic and relevant real-world operational scenarios. The RAPS Community of Practice will serve as a means for the team to disseminate test data, solicit feedback and encourage community envolvement. A RAPS - Secure Community of Practice has been created for dissemination of the RAPS Test Reports to qualifying federal, state and local government employees. 103
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