August 11, 2020
Resource management is the cornerstone of preparing for and responding to incidents that require mutual aid among agencies and jurisdictions. Currently, the adoption and use of standardized resource management policies, practices, and technology vary greatly at the local level nationwide. In order to unify efforts and improve resource management for daily operations and larger-scale incidents, we need to first understand how agencies are managing their resources today.
NAPSG Foundation is responding to this need by launching a study to form a baseline understanding of the extent of implementation of resource typing, inventorying, and management across the nation. Findings from this effort will help inform future resource management guidance that is part of NIMS and various resource management and mutual aid systems commonly in use today.
You have the opportunity to participate – help inform national guidance!
This is a Call to Action for all public safety agencies and organizations nationwide who own and/or manage resources that are used to respond to incidents of all types and sizes. Participating is easy – and by contributing, you are helping to inform NIMS and other locally-driven national guidance and programs. Instructions are provided below:
- The questionnaire takes about 15 minutes to complete.
- Only one questionnaire is needed per agency.
- All results are anonymous.
- Response Period closes December 4, 2020.
Link to Questionnaire: https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/3a11944f3bdb4737a44f8fd2349b5553
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Questions? If you have questions about this research study, please send an email to Charlotte Abel with NAPSG Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.