Social media and collaborative technologies have become critical components of emergency preparedness, response and recovery. From the international response efforts after major tsunamis and earthquakes to hurricane recovery in U.S. cities, officials are turning to social media to share...
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Other communities include “911 Community of Practice,” “Virtual USA,” “National Wildland Fire Coordination Group,” “Public Safety Geographic Information Systems,” “Search and Rescue Working Group,” “Decontamination, Disaster Resilient University,” “Sport and Stadium Security,” “Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response,” and “Type III All-Hazards Incident Management Team.”