Disaster Management Organizations
Disaster Management Organizations subcategories:
- City Offices of Emergency Services (1/0)
- County Offices of Emergency Services (12/1)
- Disaster Relief/Recovery Organizations (24/6)
- Federal Departments/Agencies With ESF Responsibilities (1/0)
- Government Emergency Operations Centers (2/2)
- State Offices of Emergency Services (62/0)
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Public and private organizations that are responsible for the organized analysis, planning, decision making, assignment and coordination of available resources involved in the mitigation of, preparedness for, response to, and/or relief/recovery from a major disaster or large-scale emergency that disrupts the normal functioning of a community. These organizations have a formal role in developing overall emergency policy within their jurisdictions; establish coordination with other agencies active in disaster situations; develop action plans for emergency response; coordinate facilities, services, personnel, equipment and materials that are required before, during and immediately following an incident; and/or are involved in disaster relief and recovery activities.
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