Webinar Recording Slide Deck Build Your Geospatial Game Plan (Prototype) On May 27th, 2020, NAPSG Foundation hosted the virtual PrepTech Talk titled “The Innovative PIO: Tools & Best Practices for Technology-Enabling Public Information” in partnership with the City of Nashua (NH) EOC and the Douglas County (CO) EOC to discuss the latest innovative tools and
Welcome to NAPSG’s Resource Library. Here you can access all of the key resources that NAPSG makes available to the community at no cost, to support you and your agency in advancing the use of location-enabled decision support tools.
The Resource Library is organized by resource category. Simply click on the Category of interest and begin exploring available resources. You can also search for resources by entering-in a keyword into the search box in the upper right hand side.
Webinar Recording Slide Deck PSCR Location-based Services On April 16th, 2020, NAPSG Foundation co-hosted a virtual PrepTech Talk titled “Future First Responder: Accelerating Public Safety Communications Research” in partnership with the NIST Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) Division to discuss the latest research on first responder communication technologies and upcoming funding opportunities. NIST PSCR accelerates
The Business and Service Status Self-Reporter allows business owners, managers, and other individuals to report the status and essential information of businesses and services within a specific jurisdiction. The Self-Reporter includes: A business information management component for managers to provide business and service information. A public component to disseminate business information out to the community.
Webinar Recording Slide Deck Feedback Questionnaire On March 31st, 2020, NAPSG Foundation hosted a virtual PrepTech Talk titled “Intelligence-Driven Resource Management & Mutual Aid Planning,” which introduced a new risk analysis-based resource planning tool that supports the following: Equips leaders and resource planners with critical information to make better resource management decisions during preparedness and