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1 2-1-1 Disaster Data Management System AIRS Conference – New Orleans 2 nd Session May 23, 2012

2 AIRS Standards and Disaster Preparedness Status and Experience Standard 17: Emergency Operations and Business Contingency Plan Standard 18: Formal Relationships with Government and Private Sector Emergency Operations and Relief Agencies Standard 19: Disaster Resources Standard 20: Disaster-Related I&R Service Delivery Standard 21: Disaster-Related Inquirer Data Collection/Reports Standard 22: Disaster-Related Technology Requirements Standard 23: Disaster Training and Exercise February 11,

3 What is the primary purpose of DDMS? Nation-wide access to disaster data as close to real-time as possible (operational) Disaster Data Management System

4 24/7/365 readiness of the network for disaster response (operational) Disaster Data Management System What is the primary purpose of DDMS?

5 Development of standardized caller & resource data elements (support) Disaster Data Management System

6 What is the primary purpose of DDMS? Development of disaster management protocols for the network (support) Disaster Data Management System

7 What is the primary purpose of DDMS? Formal integration of the network in all phases of disasters with appropriate external partners (support) Disaster Data Management System

8 2-1-1 DDMS – Main Components 1.Suite of Data Management Tools Data Commons Data Exchange Data Dashboard 2.Extension Warm Centers 3.Nationwide Coordination Main features and functionality provided by DDMS 8

9 Current Capabilities All the I&R software systems have some basic capability to produce reports. 9 Current State

10 With DDMS participating 2-1-1s are able to provide closer to real-time access to data for external partners, allow for dynamic, ad-hoc queries as well as ensure a more consistent presentation. Future Capabilities

11 Additionally, with DDMS, designated Extension (Warm) Sites would be able to seamlessly support the network while preserving all the benefits of real-time access, dynamic and consistent reporting DDMS Future Capabilities

12 2-1-1 DDMS Extension Warm Center An estimated between 6 to 12 Extension Warm Centers would be needed to provide: 24/7/365 stand-by readiness to handle call surges, service blackouts, and other potential scenarios that require an immediate increase in call handling and/or resource database management capacity. Criteria for the selection of Extension Warm Centers will be more stringent and demanding as well as tightly linked to deployment coordination requirements. February 11,

13 2-1-1 Disaster Preparedness Status and Experience Related Standards Standard 17: Emergency Operations and Business Contingency Plan Standard 22: Disaster-Related Technology Requirements Standard 23: Disaster Training and Exercise February 11, Discussion: Stages of disaster (prepare, response, relief, recovery, mitigation) Formal vs informal role Compensation

14 2-1-1 Disaster Preparedness Status and Experience (EXERCISE 1) February 11, Discuss with each other one or two aspects of your disaster preparedness and/or experience that you feel went very well or that you would like to improve: How would you want a future DDMS to support or enhance you in the area you identified? Remember to identify the disaster phase (i.e., preparedness, response, relief, recovery, mitigation)

15 Key Relationships Related Standards Standard 18: Formal Relationships with Government and Private Sector Emergency Operations and Relief Agencies Standard 20: Disaster-Related I&R Service Delivery February 11, Discussion: With other 2-1-1s With external groups/entities

16 Key Relationships (EXERCISE 2) February 11, Discuss with each other one or two aspects of your relationships with key partners in disasters. How would you envision a future DDMS facilitating or supporting these relationships? Remember to identify the disaster phase (i.e., preparedness, response, relief, recovery, mitigation)

17 Data Management and Reporting Related Standards Standard 19: Disaster Resources Standard 21: Disaster-Related Inquirer Data Collection/Reports February 11, Discussion: Caller Data: Collection Storage Use/reports Resource Data: Disaster taxonomy Pop-up Disaster resources

18 Data Management and Reporting (EXERCISE 3) February 11, Discuss with each other your call documentation experience in disasters and how you used the data gathered. How would you envision a future DDMS helping with data management and reporting? Remember to identify the disaster phase (i.e., preparedness, response, relief, recovery, mitigation)

19 For more information: Executive Summary Concept of Operations AIRS XSD Resources 19 AIRS Style Guide Resource Data schema Caller Data Schema

20 Thank you


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