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Emergency Communications: Effectiveness of the Post-Katrina Interagency Coordination Group Could Be Enhanced
Mark Goldstein (au)
During emergency situations, reliable communications are critical to ensure a rapid and sufficient response. The Post-Katrina Emergency Management Reform Act of 2006 (PKEMRA) was enacted in 2006 to improve the federal governmentäó»s preparation for and response to disasters, including emergency communications. Since that time, natural and man-made disasters continue to test the nationäó»s emergency communications capabilities. Given that states and localities are the first line of response following a disaster, statesäó» emergency communications planning is very important. This report examines (1) federal efforts to implement PKEMRA emergency communications provisions related to planning and federal coordination; and (2) how statesäó» emergency communications planning has changed since PKEMRA. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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