September 30, 2020 The National Alliance for Public Safety GIS (NAPSG) Foundation is pleased to release the second version of the Implementation Guidance: Information Sharing Standards for Crisis Management Mutual Aid Technology. The purpose of this guidance is to serve as a simple guide on choosing the appropriate information sharing standard for the intended use,
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Goal: Assist the emergency management/public safety community in quickly understanding: which indices are available the data and methodologies behind them their relevance for use in preparedness and response Access the Guidance Understanding a community’s risk, resilience, and vulnerability is vital for effective disaster management and resource planning. In recent years, there has been an increase
June 16, 2020 Updated September 23, 2020 Due to the increasing need for technology in support of emergency operations, NAPSG Foundation launched a research study in January 2020 to explore the current state of technology-related roles and functions. The goal of the research was to form a baseline understanding of how information technology, cyber security,
Webinar Recording Slide Deck Q&A One-Pager On August 27th, 2020, the FEMA Response Geospatial Office (RGO) and NAPSG Foundation hosted the Emergency Management (EM) Geo Forum: “Wildfire Workflows & Considerations for Emergency Management.” In this forum, participants learned the geospatial response to wildfires from an emergency management perspective. Seminar Objectives Learn about FEMA’s regional response