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  1. States of emergency in Northwest as storms kill 5
  2. Social Networking for emergency preparedness
  3. Mass governor announces new HLS improvement plan for state
  4. Climate Corporate Response organization works to prepare businesses for sustainable practices
  5. CSX Continuity of Operations plan
  6. Texas and Oklahoma communities hit by torrential rains
  7. World Conference on Disaster Preparedness brings public and private sector together
  8. Boeing to staff analysts at FBI fusion center
  9. New NY alert messaging system leverages public and private assets
  10. DHS information-sharing network development slow according to officials
  11. Alaskan towns respond to change as infrastructure collapses
  12. Emergency Alert System needs organizational oversight to help with effectiveness through public/private partnership report finds
  13. The Use of Community Stadiums: A Charleston Best Practice
  14. Galveston Working Group: Developing the comprehensive Response for Recovery Plan
  15. Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy: A Charleston Best Practice
  16. Mobile laptop data backup for Charleston City: A public/private best practice by the College of Charleston
  17. Galveston Best Practice: Public Emergency Response Fusion Center
  18. Port Security: Intermodal Transport System
  19. Neighborhood Presidents: A Charleston Best Practice
  20. Community Shuttle Squad: A pre-trained volunteer vehicle 'pony express' to assist responders
  21. Communication: Cooperating with existing telecoms to help bolster emergency communication
  22. Paying for disaster response: creating clear lines of responsibility
  23. Stovepiping and information sharing: change the culture and change the outlook
  24. Emergency Response System: Training very first responders
  25. Transit security: using controled access points to help increase security
  26. Traffic intersection network: Linking traffic light control processors in a local network
  27. Local camera network: Linking exterior parking lot cameras in a network
  28. Emergency supplies: Disaster bags
  29. Disaster stations: Using businesses and community organizations to help rebuild communities
  30. Emergency supplies: Lifepacks can help provide shelter and clothing
  31. Emergency supplies: Daybags provide quick food and water
  32. Private Sector Community Organizations: Existing frameworks for response and communication to help government response and community preparedness
  33. Private Sector Announcements: understanding the responsibility of businesses in community response
  34. Disaster response: Civic involvement along with private sector and government
  35. Water purification & filtration: On-site surge capacity for hospitals and public locations
  36. Generators: Local companies can provide additional capacity to schools & hospitals
  37. CERT: Getting your neighborhoods and communities trained to be self-maintaining until the first responders can reach them
  38. Pets on the Bus: Facilitating public-sector evacuation of pet owners
  39. Integrating college and city disaster planning: A Charleston public/private partnership best practice


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