National Disaster Recovery Framework Matt Campbell -FEMA National

National Disaster Recovery Framework Matt Campbell -FEMA National

National Disaster Recovery Framework Matt Campbell -FEMA National National Coordinator Coordinator for for Community Community Planning

Planning & & Capacity Capacity Building Building Recovery Recovery Support Support Function Function National Disaster Recovery Framework

Release September 2011 Why did we create the Framework? Past large-scale recovery efforts had revealed critical challenges www.fema.gov/recoveryframework Why did we establish the NDRF?

National Response Framework Congressional Directive Presidential Policy Directive on National Preparedness (PPD-8) How will the NDRF transform recovery? Post-disaster organizations Common understanding

Scalable and flexible coordination structure Major Themes

Systematic and inclusive Leadership and unity of effort Pre-disaster & post-disaster recovery planning Milestones and progress NDRF Key Element #1 Leadership Local, State and Federal Levels NDRF Key Element #2 Recovery Support Functions

Community Planning and Capacity Building (DHS/FEMA) Economic (Commerce) Health and Social Services (HHS) Housing (HUD) Infrastructure Systems (USACE) Natural and Cultural Resources (DOI)

Key Element #3: Pre- & Post-Disaster Recovery Planning Pre-disaster recovery planning effective coordination of recovery activities and expedites unified recovery Post-disaster planning foundation for allocating resources and provides the benchmark for progress

Local level recovery process & organization Mitigation integration Forum for collaboration and leveraging Build on prior ESF #14 Long Term Community Recovery

Keys to Recovery Success Act quickly Actively plan Engage the community Develop partnerships, networks and effective coordination strategies www.fema.gov/rebuild/ltcr/reports

Leveraging NDRF and CPCB for Better Post Event Floodplain Management Better organized local governments to confront the rebuilding process and begin early planning Focus on local capacity e.g. building permitting Leadership and organizational attention to policy choices and reinvestment in post event period

Leveraging NDRF and CPCB for Better Post Event Floodplain Management Better integration of risk information across stakeholders in recovery decision making More engaged federal/state agencies supporting local governments in a more integrated way Communication & collaboration with

professional organizations Build capacity Prepare for recovery Encourage and support local ownership,

leadership and management of recovery process Connectivity between all stakeholders to effectively leverage resources

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