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Collection: IPAWS

The Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) is a modernization and integration of the nation’s alert and warning infrastructure and will save time when time matters most, protecting life and property.
Collection Created:
mayo 13, 2014
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  • <p>MP3 audio file containing non-functional soundalike EAS data headers, Attention Signal, and EOM data bursts for use in educational public service announcements</p>

    Emergency Alert System Sound Header for PSA Support

    Audio by Justin Singer

    MP3 audio file containing non-functional soundalike EAS data headers, Attention Signal, and EOM data bursts for use in educational public service announcements

  • <p>Official FEMA Portrait for Antwane Johnson, Director, IPAWS Division, National Continuity Programs</p>

    Official Photo - Mr. Antwane Johnson

    Photo by FEMA Graphic

    Official FEMA Portrait for Antwane Johnson, Director, IPAWS Division, National Continuity Programs

  • <p>On October 3rd, 2018 at approximately 2:20 PM eastern time. FEMA will conduct a national test of the integrated public alert and warning system. This national system which includes the emergency alert system and the wireless emergency alerts will provide authenticated emergency information from emergency officials to the public through radio, television, cellular phones and some internet applications. We sat down with Antwan Johnson, the director of the integrated public alert and warning program at FEMA headquarters to help explain what people can expect from the test and why it&#39;s an important step in developing a more prepared nation.</p>

    Podcast - EAS WEA Test

    Audio by Mark Peterson

    On October 3rd, 2018 at approximately 2:20 PM eastern time. FEMA will conduct a national test of the integrated public alert and warning system. This national system which includes the emergency alert system and the wireless emergency alerts will provide authenticated emergency information from emergency officials to the public through radio, television, cellular phones and some internet applications. We sat down with Antwan Johnson, the director of the integrated public alert and warning program at FEMA headquarters to help explain what people can expect from the test and why it's an important step in developing a more prepared nation.