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National Preparedness Report Understanding Core Capabilities 16 April 2013.

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1 National Preparedness Report Understanding Core Capabilities 16 April 2013

2 Kathleen FoxApril 16, 2013 Assessing National Preparedness FEMA is measuring progress on the implementation of the National Preparedness System and reporting this progress annually.  Presidential Policy Directive 8 (PPD-8) calls for an annual National Preparedness Report (NPR)  Summarizes the Nation’s progress in building, sustaining, and delivering core capabilities described in the National Preparedness Goal  Provides a comprehensive, national-level evaluation of all 31 capabilities  Identifies national areas of strength and areas for improvement 2

3 Kathleen FoxApril 16, 2013 State Perspectives on Preparedness States and territories are required to report to FEMA annually on their level of preparedness  Since 2011, states have used the State Preparedness Report (SPR) tool to assess capabilities across all 31 core capabilities in the Goal.  In 2012, States and territories used the THIRA process to set targets for each core capability. The SPR measures their ability to achieve these targets.  The National Preparedness Report includes aggregate SPR data. 3

4 Kathleen FoxApril 16, 2013 SPR Outputs 4 While threat/hazard and capability targets come from different sources in 2011 and 2012, the capability data outputs are the same.

5 Kathleen FoxApril 16, 2013 State Perspectives on Preparedness States and territories continue to report the highest capability levels in those areas frequently cited as high priority  9 of the 10 highest rated capabilities were either Common capabilities (Planning, Public Information and Warning, Operational Coordination) or fell within the Response mission area.  Recovery-focused capabilities and Cybersecurity remain among the lowest-rated capabilities. 5

6 Kathleen FoxApril 16, 2013 State Perspectives: Capabilities With Most Progress 30% of states reported that Operational Coordination is one of the three core capabilities they made the most progress in during 2012

7 Kathleen FoxApril 16, 2013 State Perspectives: Capabilities Most in Danger of Decline 18% of states reported that Screening, Search and Detection is one of the three core capabilities most in danger of decreasing

8 Kathleen FoxApril 16, 2013 Addressing Capability Gaps Federal, state, and territorial views on expected roles for addressing capability gaps may differ 8

9 Kathleen FoxApril 16, 2013 National Preparedness Report  The 2013 NPR marks the second iteration of the NPR  2012 report focused on progress made in the decade following the September 11, 2001 attacks  2013 NPR highlights accomplishments achieved or reported on during 2012  Delivered to the President April 1, 2013  Will be publicly released upon White House approval  Available at 9

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