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FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert and Warning System Program Management Office receives the “Greatest Citizen Impact Award"

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FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) Program Management Office received the “Greatest Citizen Impact Award".
Washington, D.C., February 12, 2014 -- FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) Program Management Office received the “Greatest Citizen Impact Award” given by the American Council for Technology (ACT) Industry Advisory Council (IAC) Institute for their work the national alert and warning system known as IPAWS. Standing left to right: Manny Centeno, Engineer, PEP Modernization; Al Kenyon, Engineer, PEP Expansion; Mark Lucero, Chief, Engineering Branch; Antwane Johnson, Director, IPAWS; Wade Witmer, Deputy Director, IPAWS; Hans Yu, Project Manager, Interagency Coordination and Special Studies Branch and Walter Florence, Acting Chief, Project Management Branch. First row, seated from left to right is FEMA’s Pam Holstein-Wallace, Interagency Coordination and Special Studies Branch; Lauren Cisek, Intern, Engineering Branch and Precious Forbes, Program Analyst, Business Operations Branch. Missing from the team photo: Gary Dalton, Chief, Business Operations Branch; Charles McCobb, Chief, Interagency Coordination and Special Studies Branch; Susan Johnson, Program Analyst, Interagency Coordination and Special Studies; Vanessa Lopez, Program Analyst, Business Operations Branch and Dee Bartholomew, Administrative Assistant.
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