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Emergency/Incident Management Software Survey
Thanks to hundreds of participants worldwide who completed our important survey on emergency/incident management software! The Executive Summary of results is available on our website and a link to a more comprehensive report is available in the Summary. Questions the survey addressed include: What is important/not important; what are the costs and benefits; how complex is the software? Share the Executive Summary link with colleagues! Click HERE>>
BCM Software Product Spotlight
This special issue of the Continuity eGUIDE focuses on business continuity management planning software. The eight companies featured have technology solutions for the public and private sectors. Highlights include a "Demos and Videos" page and a Gartner report on BCM Software. Click HERE>>
16th Annual Edition Mailing
The 16th annual edition of the Disaster Resource GUIDE has been mailed to US subscribers. It contains 178 pages with hundreds of companies, associations, conferences--loads of resources to help you stay operational no matter what! If you have not subscribed, then sign up here so you will not miss future editions! If you missed the 16th edition mailing, individual copies can be purchased by contacting the publisher with the "Contact Us" form below. You can also access the digital versions online at the link below. To subscribe, Click HERE>>
Recent Disaster Resource GUIDEs
Can't find your copy of a recent Disaster Resource GUIDE? You can find recent editions of the GUIDE HERE>>
DRJ website to offer Disaster Resource GUIDE vendor directory!
DRJ has, for over 20 years, produced the leading DR and BC conferences, with over 3,000 attendees at their two annual events, and also publishes the quarterly Disaster Recovery Journal. Would you like to feature your company in this new directory? Contact us for details today!
Keeping Score with the University of Maryland’s Disaster Resource Center
A DHS Science and Technology think tank of experts gathered in April to assess America’s disaster vulnerability and develop a scorecard. Find out if we made the grade. Click HERE>>
Pentagon Issues Request for Information from Hackers
In a role reversal in the game of cyber cops and robbers, the army has released an RFI asking for information on cyber effect delivery for telecommunications systems. Click HERE>>
Evaluating Your Evacuation Policies
As the American Red Cross announces a review of its shelter procedures, it’s a good time for emergency managers to examine their own evacuation policies. Click HERE>>
Bird Flu—Ho hum, déjà vu all over again? HAVE YOU SEEN THE NUMBERS?
An April 28 NY Times article said 15 million birds would die in this outbreak. Six days later, the USDA says 24 million dead or dying...and it’s not stopping. Click HERE>>
Looking to the Past for Emergency Management Preparation
While first responders must be ready for the uncertain future, looking to past emergencies may often be the best way to prepare a response. Click HERE>>
What Companies Continue to Get Wrong with Crisis Communications
There are things people know not to do in PR crisis communications but do anyways, here’s why they shouldn’t. Click HERE>>
Designing City Resilience Summit Set for June
London will play host to the conference, where global experts will call for collaboration between city leaders and professionals for improved city resilience. Click HERE>>
The Future of Housing Recovery?
How does a custom, three-bedroom house for $69,000 sound? If you’ve just lost your home to a natural disaster, it’s a pretty incredible option. Click HERE>>