VAL Community Engagement Webinar – “Data/Information Sharing with Partners – New Initiatives for Sharing”
Audio: (800) 320-4330, Pin 199532#
Visual: https://icpd.adobeconnect.com/val-team (please enter as “Guest,” and include your name)
Federal State Agreement/Information Sharing Access Agreement
State, local, tribal and voluntary agencies and voluntary organizations need survivor information from FEMA to assist, plan, conduct outreach, assess needs, and avoid duplicating benefits. We will review past practices and discuss new and improved disaster survivor information sharing procedures.
- Welcome, Introductions, and Objectives
- Review of Written Consent, Routine Uses, Information Sharing Access Agreements (ISAAs) and Federal State Agreements (FSAs)
- What Data Information Sharing Means to the VAL, Voluntary Organization and State Partners
- Exercise: Scenarios and best approaches for sharing information
- Lessons Learned and Best Practices from 2013 disasters – American Red Cross
Resources posted on Adobe Connect meeting site
- Data Information Sharing Power Point Presentation
- System of Records (SORN)
- Federal State Agreement (FSA) Exhibit E
- Information Sharing Access Agreement (ISAA)
- FEMA Recovery Policy 9420-1 Secure Data Sharing
- http://on.fema.net/programs/orr_programs/recovery_programs/ia_programs/Pages/RoutineUses-PrivacyAct.aspx (public link forthcoming)
There will be time for question-and-answer following the presentations. We look forward to sharing and discussing these topics with you!
Additional online sources for events information:
- International Association of Emergency Managers
- National Emergency Management Association
- National Mass Care Strategy
- National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
2014 Conference – NVOAD.org/events/
VOAD Vision Newsletter - NVOAD.org/voadvision/
- Domestic Preparedness Journal
- Emergency Management Magazine – Webinars
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