Help Identify Emergency Operations Center Research & Development Priorities!
Share your ideas: This survey is part of a research project soliciting R&D requirements from local, tribal, territorial, private sector, state, and federal emergency managers, along with other professionals
Refine the results: Initial results from the survey will be posted in the National Conversation for our stakeholders to add additional input
Make a big impact: Final outcomes and results will be presented to:
- White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Task Force for Homeland Security Research and Development
- DHS Undersecretary for Science & Technology
- Big City Emergency Managers, International Association of Emergency Managers, National Emergency Management Association, & Federal Emergency Management Grants Program
All responses must be submitted by September 30.
*The National Conversation is intended to bring together everyone to play a role in shaping the future of homeland security technology. This means responders, operational users, citizens, academia, and industry. Exciting technology developments occur every second...how can they be leveraged and adapted to help keep our communities and those who protect them safe and resilient?