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© 2014 Alliance for Community Solutions Who Is ACS? We are a non-profit that specializes in working with local communities to develop technology solutions that enhance safety, security and resiliency by improving outreach, communications and preparedness; as well as response and recovery for many types of emergencies and major disasters. Since 2007, our organization has worked with thousands of organizations to create, deploy and host various types of communications and inter-connected web technologies. We are always seeking new communities interested in collectively building and sharing in these goals. Joe Abrams, Chairman Alliance for Community Solutions
© 2014 Alliance for Community Solutions Maximum Benefit - Minimum Cost Designed as a partner program to share technology tools within and between local communities The tools we provide protect privacy, but address the real need for inter-agency coordination during emergencies, which promotes resiliency The solutions / functions / enhancements can be purchased by members on behalf of the group The ACS annual fee for active members covers the cost of access, hosting, maintenance, admin and technical support Member growth is achieved primarily by existing members (word-of-mouth) to further reduce costs The more involved the member agencies; the more collaboration and better prepared
© 2014 Alliance for Community Solutions What Types of Solutions? Tools that improve community resilience: Community & Member Outreach Maintaining Up-to-Date Information Contact / Group Management Mass Notifications & Alerts Document Control & Publishing Credentialing, Identification & Badges Appointment Registry & Reminders Volunteer & Donations Management Resource Management for Mutual Aid Calendar Management & Registration Condition Monitoring & Reporting Situation & Attribute-Based Access Solutions for Functional Needs
© 2014 Alliance for Community Solutions Registry Directory Damage Rep Donations Verification Volunteers Appointments Reporting Mapping Reverse 911 Lockdown Situations Integrated Solutions Shared Information Database Facilities Equipment Agencies Credentials People Documents Access ID Badges
© 2014 Alliance for Community Solutions What Communities? Any community or group interested in becoming better prepared for, and resilient to natural, economic, accidental or intentional emergencies and disasters. –Governments: –Public Safety: –Public Service: –Public / Private Utilities: –Not-for-Profit Organizations: –Health & Medical: –Schools & Colleges: –Regional Entities: –Neighborhood Groups: –Private Sector Industries: –All “Communities invested in Building Resiliency”Communities invested in Building Resiliency
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