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The following articles have been published in the PPBI column of the Disaster Recovery Journal Magazine.

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file icon The Meta-Leadership Approachhot!Tooltip 08/22/2011 Hits: 5164

This article appeared in the summer issue of the Disaster Recovery Journal magazine.  Lee Goldstein, PPBI Board Member, wrote this piece, which explains the benefits of the networking and interpersonal relationships built up during their recent Los Angeles summit.

file icon The Holiday Feasthot!Tooltip 11/21/2012 Hits: 4467

Take a light hearted look at the issues surrounding preparing your holiday feast, whether it be for Thanksgiving or for any other holiday.

Use the tools of ICS to make your planning, execution, and problem management easier.

(from our 2011 Holiday newsletter)

The concept of private/public partnerships for emergency preparedness has received increased attention over the last decade or so. The first large-scale, methodical approach to formalize and structure such work between the two sectors at the community-wide level was “Project Impact,” which was established by FEMA, in the late 1990s. Since then, several useful models have been developed and applied to real-world emergency planning partnerships between public sector agencies and private sector businesses.
This year’s recipient is Brit Weber representing Michigan State University’s School of Criminal Justice for developing the Critical Incident Protocol (CIP) – Community Facilitation Program. Weber is the program director for the CIP-Community Facilitation Program. The program is funded under a grant awarded by the Training & Exercise Integration/Training Operations, National Integration Center, National Preparedness Directorate, Federal Emergency Management Agency, US Department of Homeland Security.
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