Community List

Name Description Members
Virginia Region 4 (Southwest) RPAC I
The Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness (OCP) established the Regional Preparedness Advisory Committees for Interoperability (RPAC-Is) to assist the State Interoperability Executive Committee (SIEC) in implementing the initiatives written in the Statewide Communication Interoperability Plan (SCIP). Virginia is divided into seven interoperability regions and each region has an RPAC-I. The RPAC-I provides a forum for local communities to coordinate and plan operationally and tactically at the regional level, and helps the state collect regional perspective and input in order make informed interoperability decisions. 11
Virginia Region 5 (Tidewater) RPAC I
The Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness (OCP) established the Regional Preparedness Advisory Committees for Interoperability (RPAC-Is) to assist the State Interoperability Executive Committee (SIEC) in implementing the initiatives written in the Statewide Communication Interoperability Plan (SCIP). Virginia is divided into seven interoperability regions and each region has an RPAC-I. The RPAC-I provides a forum for local communities to coordinate and plan operationally and tactically at the regional level, and helps the state collect regional perspective and input in order make informed interoperability decisions. 14
Virginia Region 6 (Roanoke) RPAC I
The Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness (OCP) established the Regional Preparedness Advisory Committees for Interoperability (RPAC-Is) to assist the State Interoperability Executive Committee (SIEC) in implementing the initiatives written in the Statewide Communication Interoperability Plan (SCIP). Virginia is divided into seven interoperability regions and each region has an RPAC-I. The RPAC-I provides a forum for local communities to coordinate and plan operationally and tactically at the regional level, and helps the state collect regional perspective and input in order make informed interoperability decisions. 12
Virginia Region 7 (Northern Virginia) RPAC I
The Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness (OCP) established the Regional Preparedness Advisory Committees for Interoperability (RPAC-Is) to assist the State Interoperability Executive Committee (SIEC) in implementing the initiatives written in the Statewide Communication Interoperability Plan (SCIP). Virginia is divided into seven interoperability regions and each region has an RPAC-I. The RPAC-I provides a forum for local communities to coordinate and plan operationally and tactically at the regional level, and helps the state collect regional perspective and input in order make informed interoperability decisions. 24
Virginia SIEC CC (State Interop Executive Committee-Coordinating Committee)
The Virginia SIEC-CC was created to provide more interoperability direction, strategy, and guidance from the state-level; define interoperability and how to achieve it at the grassroots level; and to provide feedback, recommendations, and guidance to the SIEC in order to implement the interoperability strategy 19
Virginia State Interoperability Executive Committee (SIEC)
The Virginia SIEC Community is established to provide SIEC members with a place to discuss and collaborate on interoperability best practices and issues relevant to Virginia. The SIEC works to advance regional interoperability, planning, and information sharing capabilities across the Commonwealth. 26
Virtual and Electronic Emergency Management Planning
This community explores current and potential software and web-based EM planning tools. 183
Virtual Tabletop Exercise Program FEMA EMI
EMI conducts a series of VTTXs using a video teleconference (VTC) platform to reach community-based training audiences around the country and provide a virtual forum for disaster training. The VTTX process involves key personnel from the emergency management community of practice reviewing a pre-packaged set of exercise materials then convening for a four-hour tabletop exercise discussing a simulated disaster scenario with a total of 10-15 sites. The event allows the connected sites to assess current plans, policies and procedures while learning from the other connected sites as they provide their perspective and practice facing a similar situation. A VTC system is required for participation. There is no cost for this program. 11
Virtual USA Community
The Virtual USA Community is a place for those involved in or interested in the Virtual USA initiative to share information, collaborate, and work together in a secure environment. 291
Virtual USA SRG Geographic Information System Working Group
Virtual USA Strategic Resource Group's GIS Working Group 36
VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters)
Voluntary agencies involved in disaster preparedness, response and recovery at the national, state and community level. For examples see: http://www.nvoad.org/ http://www.mnvoad.org/ Voluntary agency integration and coordination is an essential part of coherent planning for Emergency Managers. 80
Volunteer Fire Service
Provide a clearinghouse of timely information pertinent to the needs of leaders in the volunteer fire and EMS service 86
West Virginia Region 1 Regional Interoperability Committee (RIC)
This community is to provide the R1-RIC members with a place to to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 27
West Virginia Region 2 Regional Interoperability Committee (RIC)
This community is to provide the R2-RIC members with a place to to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 22
West Virginia Region 3 Regional Interoperability Committee (RIC)
This community is to provide the R3-RIC members with a place to to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 19
West Virginia Region 4 Regional Interoperability Committee (RIC)
This community is to provide the R4-RIC members with a place to to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 37
West Virginia Region 5 Regional Interoperability Committee (RIC)
This community is to provide the R5-RIC members with a place to to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 19
West Virginia Region 6 Regional Interoperability Committee (RIC)
This community is to provide the R6-RIC members with a place to to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 21
West Virginia Regional Interoperable Committee Chairmen
This community is to provide the RIC Chairmen and Vice Chairmen a place to to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 13
West Virginia Regional Response Team Leaders
This community is to provide the WV Regional Response team Leaders with a place to to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to the WMD/HAZMAT-Mass Casualty- and USAR teams. 9
West Virginia SIEC's Broadband Committee
This community is to provide WV's SIEC Broadband Committee members with a place to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's LTE Broadband initiative. 13
West Virginia SIEC's Conference Committee
This community is to provide WV's SIEC Conference Committee members with a place to discuss and collaborate on ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's annual Statewide Interoperability Conference. 11
West Virginia SIEC's Planning Committee
This community is to provide WV's SIEC Planning Committee members with a place to discuss and collaborate on ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 9
West Virginia SIEC's Policy and Procedures Committee
This community is to provide WV's SIEC Policy and Procedures Committee members with a place to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's SOPs, MOUs, etc. 11
West Virginia SIEC's Technical Committee
This community is to provide WV's SIEC Technical Committee members with a place to discuss and collaborate on technical best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. 19
West Virginia SIEC's Training and Education and Exercise Committee
This community is to provide WV's SIEC Training, Education and Exercise Committee members with a place to discuss and collaborate on best practices, ideas, visions, strategies and issues relevant to interoperable communications. 15
West Virginia Statewide Interoperability Committee (SIEC)
This Community is established to provide WV's SIEC members with a place to discuss and collaborate on interoperability best practices and issues relevant to West Virginia. The SIEC works to advance interoperability, planning, and information sharing capabilities throughout the state. 20
West Virginia Statewide Interoperable Radio Network Radio Programmers
This community is to provide WV's Statewide Interoperable Radio Network's (SIRN) radio programmers with a place to discuss and collaborate on SIRN programming best practices, programming templates, strategies and issues relevant to programming issues on the WV SIRN. 39
WVDHSEM Region 1 County Emergency Management and 911 Centers
Open to all WVDHSEM Region 1 County Emergency Managers and 911 Directors 12
WV Region 4 Emergency Management and 911 Directors
WV DHSEM Region 4 is comprised of Barbour, Braxton, Gilmer, Lewis, Pendleton, Pocahontas, Randolph, Tucker, Upshur, and Webster Counties. This is the rural heart of WV, where first responders share similar problems with communications, funding, and a lack of modern infrastructure. This community will serve as a source of funding, training, and disaster preparedness information. 23
WV Region 5 Emergency Services and 911 Directors
The State of West Virginia has established Six Homeland Security Regions within our state; these Regions are set up to assist with Homeland Security and Emergency Management issues. Within our Region, Region 5, we have some of the largest events in the state, like Bridge Day, State Fair of WV, Greenbrier Classic PGA, World Class White Water Rafting and soon to be the home of the Boy Scout National and World Jamboree. The Emergency Managers/Directors and 911 Directors have come together to be able to share information, planning and resources that can affect other counties within our Region. Region 5 consists of 9 counties and they are Mercer, Monroe, McDowell, Wyoming, Summers, Raleigh, Nicholas, Fayette and Greenbrier Counties. 8
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