IPPW July 27-28, 2022
Capstone Thursday, August 25, 2022
IPPW Workshops: IPPW session for local jurisdictions to review pre-IPPW worksheets and provide insights into desired or planned activities to address preparedness gaps.
Capstone Meeting: Capstone meeting to review the draft Integrated Preparedness Plan (IPP) and discussed planned activities.
IPPW Office Hours: Office hours available to provide support and answer questions as jurisdictions complete IPP worksheets.
The annual Integrated Preparedness Planning Workshop (IPPW) provides the opportunity to review jurisdiction's or agency's core capability gaps and provides the information needed to create and update our multi-year plan to address those gaps.
We encourage all jurisdictions and agencies to participate in this workshop, as it provides an opportunity to discuss and hold a conversation on preparedness activities and goals. This workshop is designed as a collaboration forum to maximize local, state, tribal, and federal resources and focus in the emergency management preparedness activities.
Integrated Preparedness Planning (IPP) follows the preparedness cycle and helps organize emergency management activities for the next several years.
This process helps the state and local jurisdictions prioritize resources and activities designed to support and close core capability gaps. Activities identified through the Integrated Preparedness Planning Workshop (IPPW) and Stakeholder Preparedness Review (SPR) will be given priority as they have been identified to close known gaps.
The Integrated Preparedness process follows several key steps:
At the IPPW, stakeholders identify preparedness activities that will assist the jurisdiction or agency in closing gaps and addressing the priorities identified as well as identify target capabilities to focus on for each fiscal year.
The outcome of the IPPW is the Integrated Preparedness Plan which lays out preparedness activities throughout the region.
Virtual Delivery via Microsoft Teams
Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or (253) 512-7021.
This workshop is organized by the Washington Emergency Management Division (EMD) Preparedness Section.
This event is for county, city, and tribal emergency managers; state agency liaisons; exercise coordinators; training coordinators; regional coordinators; and emergency planners.