Response Directorate Fact Sheets
A collection of fact sheets from the Response Directorate, Office of Response & Recovery, Federal Emergency Management Agency
|Disaster Emergency Communications Fact Sheet|
As a national leader in the field of Disaster Emergency Communications, FEMA coordinates the federal government’s response, continuity efforts and restoration of essential communications before, during, and after an incident or planned event.
|Incident Management Assistance Teams Fact Sheet|
The Incident Management Assistance Teams are interagency, regionally based response teams that provide a forward Federal presence to improve coordination and response to serious incidents
|Domestic Emergency Support Team Fact Sheet|
The Domestic Emergency Support Team is a specialized, rapidly deployable interagency team tasked with providing expert guidance to the Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding crisis and consequence management capabilities during a credible threat of national significance.
|National Response Coordination Center Fact Sheet|
The National Response Coordination Center is a multiagency center that coordinates the overall Federal support for major incidents and emergencies.
|Urban Search & Rescue Fact Sheet|
The National Urban Search & Rescue Response System is a framework for organizing federal, state and local partner emergency response teams as integrated federal disaster response task forces.
|National Watch Center Fact Sheet|
The National Watch Center’s mission is to maintain uninterrupted, 24/7 situational awareness of FEMA response capabilities, readiness postures, and all events—natural or man-made—that may require a coordinated federal disaster response.
|Regional Watch Centers Fact Sheet|
The mission of the Regional Watch Centers is to maintain 24/7 situational awareness of any regional event or incident—either natural or man-made—that may require a coordinated Federal disaster response or may be of interest to FEMA leadership.
|Regional Response Coordination Centers Fact Sheet|
FEMA’s Regional Response Coordination Centers operate within each of the ten FEMA regional offices around the nation. These facilities provide response and recovery support to each of the states and tribal governments within the regional jurisdictions.
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