Presentation on theme: "National Disaster Recovery Framework Panel: Development and Execution of Recovery Plans Matt Campbell, Community Planning and Capacity Building RSF, National."— Presentation transcript:
National Disaster Recovery Framework Panel: Development and Execution of Recovery Plans Matt Campbell, Community Planning and Capacity Building RSF, National Coordinator, FEMA Michael Grier, Shickshinny Forward Ian Hyde, Deputy Recovery Chief, State of Colorado David Miller, Federal Insurance & Mitigation Administration Associate Administrator, FEMA Gavin Smith, Executive Director, Department of Homeland Security Coastal Hazards Center of Excellence, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Matt Campbell Community Planning and Capacity Building Recovery Support Function National Coordinator Office of Federal Disaster Coordination, FEMA Matt.firstname.lastname@example.org 202-870-4495 National Disaster Recovery Framework
Planning Core Capability “Conduct a systematic process, engaging the whole community as appropriate, in the development of executable strategic, operational, and/or community-based approaches, to meet defined objectives.” National Disaster Recovery Framework
Local Planning/Mgmt Challenges Short-term reaction VS strategic and long term concurrently Capacity – locally, regionally, state Recovery planning not as tactical, actions not as definable Unclear leadership/roles in most core capabilities New roles, faster, more funding, yet huge gaps Underlying problems exposed Challenges of policy setting and redevelopment – Do what’s “right” VS do what’s expedient VS do what’s fundable? Intergovernmental challenges and interconnected systems/choices Pre disaster stakeholders arent’ the post-disaster stakeholder
NDRF and Recovery Planning Pre-Disaster and Post-Disaster Planning Handout – Planning Core Capability Components for Recovery – Community Recovery Leadership – Post Disaster Planning – Whole Community Engagement – Recovery Management Planning is about setting goals, considering alternatives, making decisions, engaging stakeholders, addressing conflict, following a logical and managed process from vision to implementation – not necessarily a formal process, a singular process or one that results in a “plan” document.
Key Planning Considerations Local roles & responsibilities – expanded and inclusive Policy setting and planning early & open – On what, when, linked to what other decisions & planning Communications, partners and stakeholder management Capacity across local government and partners Intergovernmental coordination, role of states, overlapping authorities addressed