Shaken Fury Webinar

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The Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium (CUSEC) and

The National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) Technology Subcommittee

presents a webinar on:

Shaken Fury 19

Tools and Technologies for Information Sharing and Situational Awareness

CUSEC NEMA


Webinar Date:

August 29, 2019

1-2 pm Eastern

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On August 29, 2019, the National Information Sharing Consortium (NISC) will host a webinar with the Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium and the National Emergency Management Association Technology Subcommittee to provide an overview of Shaken Fury 19 and showcase technology solutions used by CUSEC, CUSEC member states, and other partners during the exercise. The technology solutions include: the Regional Information Sharing Portal (RISP) used for whole-of-community information sharing; implementation of FEMA’s Community Lifelines; and more. Webinar attendees will learn how these technology solutions supported information sharing and situational awareness at the federal, state, and local levels during Shaken Fury 19.

This webinar is the twenty-second webinar in the NISC’s Mission-Focused Job Aids Webinar Series that reviews tools, techniques, and standard operating procedures that NISC partners in the homeland security, emergency management, public safety, first responder, and healthcare preparedness communities use to facilitate and manage information sharing. For more information about the webinar series and the NISC, visit the NISC website at www.nisconsortium.org. To become a member of the NISC, click here to join, membership is free for all users!


Speakers

Sean McSpaden , Executive Director |  National Information Sharing Consortium

Brian Blake, Associate Director |  Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium

Doug Eades, IT Supervisor/GIS Lead |  Kentucky Emergency Management

Jeff Sopel, Senior Technologist | G&H International Services

Jim Morentz, Executive Director | SABER


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