As with any collaborative network, the value of the system increases for all as more members participate in the program. The more users working together in the network, the more effective the network can be. While we are encouraging more agencies to register to provide resources, we are also encouraging agencies to become more involved in the network as active users of the system, enhancing the collaboration, two-way communication and shared coordination of emergency information and services for preparedness and response. Resilient communities can meet the challenges of changing economic times, natural or man-made disasters and changes in expectations and needs of constituents.
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