LLIS.gov Offers Hurricane Lessons Learned Resources

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The Lessons Learned Information Sharing System offers a wealth of information and resources specific to hurricane preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation.

LLIS.gov is FEMA’s national, on-line network of lessons learned, best practices and innovative ideas for the emergency response and homeland security communities. Resources include after-action reports, plans and other reports, preparedness guides, and detailed information on past hurricanes, including Irene (2011), Ike (2008) and Gustav (2008).

Members of LLIS.gov have the opportunity to participate in the Hurricane Forum, post and review messages on message boards, participate in on-line user “channels” dedicated specifically to unique topics of interest, and access the member directory to quickly and easily locate and communicate with other emergency management, response, and homeland security professionals across the county.

Log on or register today for LLIS.gov to review these valuable resources and submit additional information for sharing with other LLIS.gov members.  For more information on LLIS.gov, please contact the Lessons Learned Information Sharing Help Desk at (866) 276-7001.

Last Updated: 
07/24/2014 - 16:00
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