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When

Thursday, August 29, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT
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Where

This is an online event. 
 
Log-In Information will be provided via email upon registering.
 
 

Contact

Rebecca Harned 
National Alliance for Public Safety GIS Foundation 
202-895-1711 
rharned@publicsafetygis.org 
 
  
 

  
Get Smart on Information Sharing Standards for Crisis Management

Join us for this virtual seminar to learn how to guide your technology vendors and partners in implementing existing information sharing standards to support interoperability among your agency and regional mutual aid and crisis management systems.

Who should attend?

  • Public Safety Leaders and Emergency Managers - Across all levels of government who are responsible for selecting and defining the requirements of local agency, regional, and/or state level mutual aid, resource management, and crisis management systems.
  • IT, Technologists, and GIS Staff - Across all levels of government and the private sector who provide IT and technology-related GIS support to emergency management.
  • Technology Vendors and Providers - Public and private sector companies that develop and provide technology-based mutual aid, resource management, and crisis management systems for the public safety community.

Seminar Objectives

  • Learn the basics on existing information sharing standards and which apply to mutual aid, resource management, and crisis management technology systems.
  • Learn why it is critical to ensure your systems interoperable and capable of seamless information exchange among agencies and response partners.
  • Develop skills on how to guide your technology vendors and partners in implementing the most appropriate information sharing standards.
  • Gain access to the latest Implementation Guidance  so that you can begin developing your agency and regional game plan to improve interoperability!

Background Information

NAPSG Foundation has been working across the community to understand what existing standards are out there that support information sharing among mutual aid, resource management, and crisis management systems.

Following extensive research and analysis, we've developed a draft Implementation Guidance to support your efforts to increase mission critical information excahnge and seamless interoperability. Review the draft Implementation Guidance, and stay tuned for the final version slated for release in July 2019.