U.S. making progress in preparing for external threats and natural disasters
FEMA and its partners recently released the. The report found that, while there are areas for improvement, the nation has increased its preparedness to address external threats, as well as to natural and technological hazards.
“This report illustrates areas of national strength to include planning, operational coordination, intelligence and information sharing, and other response-related capabilities,” said FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate, in a statement. “As we continually assess and aim to meet the full vision of the, we must continue to build on the significant progress to date and address identified opportunities for improvement.
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