Digital Disaster Resilience in State and Local Government

When an emergency hits, communities must come together to adequately respond to and transition out of catastrophe. Ensuring a timely and effective response requires a whole-of-government effort — including teams on the front lines of digital service delivery.

Be it a hurricane, wildfire, disease outbreak, or other natural or manmade disaster, emergency situations are immensely disruptive. And while state and local government spends considerable budgetary and human capital on first response solutions, ancillary government functions can be lost in the shuffle.

Download this GBC Issue Brief to learn more about:

  • Maintaining perspective on the entire array of government functions during a disaster
  • Examples of integrating first response with secondary disaster response responsibilities
  • Key tools and technologies that lessen the burden on emergency preparedness and agency leadership professionals
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