Informational Materials IPAWS documents 2014
Container for 2014's documents hosted on www.fema.gov/informational-materials
|Alert Origination Software Providers List (Demonstrated with IPAWS)|
The list of IPAWS alert origination software providers that have successfully demonstrated their IPAWS capabilities includes those providers that demonstrated their IPAWS capabilities via a series of webinars hosted by the IPAWS PMO in 2013. Public safety officials can use this list to use IPAWS and more effectively alert the public before, during, and after an emergency.
|Instructional Material for Presenters|
Instructional Material for Presenters is a learning guide for students on Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA’s). This guide is used by educators to teach students about WEA’s.
|IPAWS Adoption Checklist|
The IPAWS Adoption Checklist offers public safety officials with step-by-step instructions to apply for access to IPAWS, COG-to-COG messaging, and the nation’s public alert and warning infrastructure. Public safety officials can use this checklist to review the requirements to use IPAWS and more effectively alert the public before, during, and after an emergency
|IPAWS 101 Presentation 2015 version 2|
General overview of the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) and the components and dissemination channels that alerting authorities can distribute lifesaving alerts to the public within their jurisdiction. This presentation illustrates the capabilitites, process, and success stories of IPAWS in action.
|FY 2015 IPAWS Supplemental Grant Guidance for Public Alert and Warning|
FY 2015 IPAWS Supplemental Grant Guidance for Public Alert and Warning
IPAWS is a communications program of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that provides integrated services and capabilities to local, state, and federal authorities that will enable them to alert and warn their respective communities via multiple communications methods. The IPAWS PMO, in coordination with stakeholders, will develop the annual FY 2015
Supplemental Guidance on Public Alert and Warning which provides technical information and program guidance for applicants applying for Federal grant funding for alert and warning projects.
|PEP Station Fact Sheet 2014|
Primary Entry Point (PEP) stations are privately owned commercial and non-commercial radio broadcast stations that cooperatively participate with FEMA to provide emergency alert and warning information to the public before, during, and after a national or local emergency. PEP stations located throughout the country have a direct connection to FEMA and serve as the primary broadcast source for Presidential National Emergency Alert System (EAS) messages. PEP stations network to other broadcast stations in order to disseminate messages throughout the country. State and local public safety officials can leverage EAS and FEMA PEP stations when they are not in use for National EAS warning messages.
|Wireless Emergency Alerts - Instructional Material for Presenters|
Wireless Emergency Alerts - Instructional Material for Presenters
|Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) ALERTING CRITERIA fact sheet|
Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) ALERTING CRITERIA fact sheet
|List of WEA capable phones Aug 2014|
Is Your Phone WEA-capable?
|IPAWS-OPEN Operational COG Application Template|
IPAWS-OPEN Operational COG Application Template
|Emergency Communications Plans and IPAWS- Template|
Emergency Communications Plans and IPAWS- Template
|List of Alert Origination Software Providers with successful demonstration of IPAWS capabilities 8/2014|
Alert origination software providers that have successfully demonstrated their IPAWS capabilities