The Federal Interagency Operational Plans (FIOPs) describe how the federal government aligns resources and delivers core capabilities to implement the five National Planning Frameworks. The FIOPs provide a federal concept of operations, integrating and synchronizing national-level capabilities, for prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery to support all levels of government. These plans also help federal departments and agencies develop and maintain department-level operational plans.
- Prevention Federal Interagency Operational Plan*
- Protection Federal Interagency Operational Plan
- Mitigation Federal Interagency Operational Plan
- Response Federal Interagency Operational Plan
- Recovery Federal Interagency Operational Plan
Incident Annexes to the FIOPs
The incident annexes address unique concepts of operations, roles, responsibilities, critical tasks or resources for a unique threat or hazard that requires additional information not addressed by the FIOPs. Planners may find these documents useful in enhancing their understanding of how the federal operations will be executed and how their planning efforts can be complementary.
Incident Annexes to the Protection FIOP
Protection of Key Leadership and Special Events Annex*
Incident Annexes to the Response and Recovery FIOPs
* These plans contain sensitive information and are not publicly available on unclassified systems in the interest of national security. Stakeholders who would like a copy can receive one through their local Fusion Center or by emailing FEMA.