The Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS) program promotes preparedness by identifying lessons learned and innovative practices, analyzing recurring trends, and sharing knowledge with the whole community.
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LLIS.gov Consolidation Information
We are pleased to announce that Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS) program has completed the consolidation of content previously available on LLIS.gov with the Naval Postgraduate School’s Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL). As part of the consolidation effort, nearly 23,000 documents were transferred to the HSDL document library. We believe this consolidation will improve the whole community’s access to valuable information. Some of our most recent LLIS products, including Threat/Hazard and Core Capability Trend Analyses, Grant Case Studies, and Lessons Learned and Innovative Practices can be found on this site or by visiting HSDL.org.
The content transferred to HSDL will maintain a similar level of accessibility as LLIS.gov. Documents that required a username and password to view on LLIS.gov will also require a username and password on HSDL.org. While your LLIS.gov log-in credentials do not transfer, you can easily create a new HSDL account by visiting the HSDL login page. Please note that some content is available without a password. To search for publicly available documents visit HSDL.org and use the search bar function on the homepage.
LLIS-Authored Content Documents
Trend Analyses The LLIS team analyzes data from exercises and real-world events to identify trends and patterns relevant to the emergency management communities.
Grant Case Studies Case studies demonstrate how states and urban areas across the country use Federal homeland security grants to improve preparedness.
Webinars The LLIS team hosts webinars on various topics related to emergency management.
Lessons Learned and Innovative Practices The LLIS team produces lessons learned and innovative practices from the whole community.