By: LLIS.gov Team
FEMA is enhancing the Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS.gov) system to better serve the whole community and FEMA preparedness needs. LLIS.gov is the national, online network that provides a secure environment for homeland security and emergency management professionals to share lessons learned, exchange best practices, and collaborate with one another. Enhancements to the LLIS.gov system include enriched program content, expanded stakeholder and partner engagement, and improved data categorization to enable more effective searches and trend analysis.
The first visible initiative involves the migration of the LLIS.gov system to the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program Toolkit. This migration, scheduled to occur by the end of August 2012, will better enable future improvements in the way LLIS.gov users collect, collaborate, analyze and share information. As with any system migration or change, it is critical to communicate before, during and after the migration. The LLIS.gov System Updates page, accessible within the LLIS.gov system, provides users with regular updates, information, and actions they should take to best prepare for the migration and ensure a smooth transition. If you do not have a user account in LLIS.gov, simply follow the registration instructions on the LLIS.gov home page.
For more information on LLIS.gov, please contact the Lessons Learned Information Sharing Help Desk at (866) 276-7001 or firstname.lastname@example.org.