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About the Meeting;
This regional integrated planning meeting is being jointly conducted by the FRWG Leadership and its private and public sector stakeholders across the United States in the electric sector along with other private sector companies from the food, fuel, finance, retail, telecommunications, transportation, chemical, medical and other lifeline sectors.
Additionally, this meeting is being supported by the multiple government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels, along with several national trade associations and coordinating bodies.
This meeting will be the annual convening of the Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group (FRWG), a national multi-sector working group supported by private and public sector operations professionals.
This year's meeting will feature a luncheon keynote speaker, FRWG announcements, and several facilitated panel sessions with public and private sector professionals discussing four key topic areas:
Attendees for this meeting include public and private sector operations professionals who:
Representatives from a wide cross section of public and private organizations attend this meeting each year:
State and Local Government
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We look forward to having you participate in this important event.
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MEETING AGENDA (Subject to change)
8:00am to 8:30am
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST & REGISTRATION
8:30am to 9:00am
WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS
9:00am to 10:15am
REGIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGER’S DIRECTORS DISCUSSION PANEL
Description: This facilitated panel of State Directors of Emergency Management will provide an executive level discussion on public/private coordination. Topics will include: processes used to prepare & communicate internally as well as externally with other states & organizations; lessons learned from recent events; existing initiatives/challenges in their states in coordinating with the private sector; identify opportunities for collaboration, information sharing, and education; provide recommendations to the private sector for improvements.
10:15am to 10:30am
10:30am to 11:45am
OPERATIONAL INFORMATION SHARING DISCUSSION PANEL
Description: This regional panel session will provide a discussion on public/private operational information sharing at the local, regional and/or national levels. Topics include; existing processes & systems used to share information; operational information that is shared; the people that the information is shared with; how the information is used and handled; barriers, delays, concerns; improvements that can be made.
11:45am to 12:30pm
Overview: This keynote will provide an overview of the major initiatives, issues and investments be made in the electric sector across the U.S.
12:30pm to 1:30pm
MUTUAL ASSISTANCE SUPPORT DISCUSSION PANEL
Description: This regional panel session will provide a discussion on mutual assistance support efforts underway at the local, regional and/or national levels in the public and private sectors. Topics to be discussed will include: existing organizations/initiatives/challenges; updates on expediting through toll stations; efforts to address the legal operating authority issues impacting the private sector; new tools being developed to support mutual assistance.
1:30pm to 1:45pm
1:45pm to 2:45pm
INTEGRATING REGIONAL EDUCATION AND EXERCISES DISCUSSION PANEL
Description: This regional panel session will look at current public and private education and exercise initiatives and discuss ways to leverage/coordinate/integrate these activities in order to improve cross-discipline and cross sector education, relationship development and operational coordination. Topics will include: 2016 FEMA cross sector exercise; local/regional education initiatives; current national exercises that can be leveraged (GridEx, EEI/NRE); local/state exercises, recommendations for 2016.
2:45pm to 3:00pm
NEXT STEPS AND CLOSING REMARKS