Emergency Management is the award-winning, all-hazards publication of record for emergency management, public safety and homeland security stakeholders charged to protect our communities, critical infrastructure and the security of our nation.
Natural disasters, epidemics and terrorist acts do not respect boundaries, and go beyond the capabilities of any stakeholder group to manage. This diverse “community of responsibility” – emergency managers, first responders, critical infrastructure authorities, UASI officials, CIOs/CSOs and enterprise and agency management – must embrace the ideals of cooperation, interoperable communications and shared resources for optimum protection, prevention, response and recovery in times of crisis.
Emergency Management brings together all core stakeholder groups across federal, state and local, private-sector partners and volunteer organizations to share lessons learned, subject matter expertise, best of breed solutions and intelligence strategies to help meet ALL crisis preparation, response and recovery challenges. This is the unique mission of Emergency Management.
Written by Veteran Experts in the Field
Areas of Coverage Include:
- Disaster Preparedness and Recovery
- Public Safety and Homeland Security
- Critical Infrastructure Protection
- Public Health and Preparedness
- Grants and Funding
- Education and Training