In 2014 and 2015, the NISC conducted the Local First Responders Project. The findings report for this exciting work has been released. More about the project can be read here, or in the report.
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The NISC is proud to announce two additions to our Board of Directors! In April, Rob Dudgeon and Sarah Seiler were elected to join the Board and help lead the organization. Rob Dudgeon is the Deputy Director of San Francisco’s Department of Emergency Management, and brings more than 20 years of professional experience in emergency more »
The NISC launched the Local First Responder Project in October with participants from Charlotte, North Carolina, and Charlottesville and James City County, Virginia. Efforts are underway to assess the current environment and identify needs in participating jurisdictions. In the coming months, the NISC will work with participants to analyze the assessment results and create a more »
On September 18, the NISC was awarded a grant from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to conduct technical assistance engagements in local-level jurisdictions. Much information sharing work in recent years has been focused on the state and federal levels of government, and this funding allows the NISC to leverage lessons learned in day-to-day operations more »