FEMA's Core Capability Development Sheets updated

Published in Collaboration on 2/12/2018

FEMA's Core Capability Development Sheets have been updated and are available on the EMI SIG SharePoint site. Core Capabilities are the focus of a site's Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA). The Core Capability Development Sheets identify tools for organizations to sustain or to improve their capabilities to close identified gaps.

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FEMA Core Capability Development Sheets updated

 

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently updated the 48 Core Capability Development Sheets, first released in June 2017. The sheets identify tools to help organizations sustain and improve their core capabilities. The improvements for February 2018 include:

  • Navigation pages to improve user search and experience
  • New resource types released by the FEMA National Integration Center
  • PREPTalks, video presentations on new research and insights for emergency managers
  • Updated tools for Natural and Cultural Resources Core Capability.

The new Core Capability Development Sheets have been posted on the EDMS SharePoint page at:

https://sp.eota.energy.gov/sites/EDMS/THIRA/Pages/home.aspx

FEMA’s Core Capability Development Sheets identify tools for organizations to sustain or to improve their capabilities to close identified gaps. The National Preparedness Goal identifies 48 Core Capabilities that address the greatest risks to the nation. Each sheet provides the following information, tailored to the capability:

  •  Training courses
  • Example capability targets
  • Nationally-typed resources
  • Planning partners
  • Exercise support