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  • Government Technology - What Seabrook, Texas CIO Learned From Hurricane Ike
    By Elaine Rundle, Originally Published Jan 27, 2009

  • State urged to be more proactive in hurricane recovery
    Don't wait on feds, panel says while recommending spending hundreds of millions on essential services and stronger building codes

  • Texas Legislature Bill Report Jan 27, 2009 (PDF Document (Acrobat Reader Required)> PDF Document - 11.79 KB)
    Listing of Emergency Management Related Bills filed as of January 27, 2009.

  • Governor Perry addresses 'frustrations'
    By Don Munsch, Origonally published Sep 24, 2008

  • Fema Region VI (6) - Serving AR, LA, NM, OK, TX (Hyperlink (external website) External Link)
    This useful link will take you to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region VI (6) web page, which provides information about emergencies and preparedness.

  • Texas Homeland Security (Hyperlink (external website) External Link)
    Emergency workers in Texas are well prepared to respond to any type of threat, but every Texan has a role to play in homeland security. Learn what you can do to protect your family and help safeguard our state. Together, we will make sure Texas is safer and stronger than ever.

  • Texas Citizen Corps (Hyperlink (external website) External Link)
    Citizen Corps offers volunteer opportunities to support local fire, law enforcement, emergency medical services, community public health efforts, and to contribute to the four stages of emergency management: preparedness, prevention, response, and recovery. With the added support of citizen volunteers, emergency service providers have more time to fulfill their highly skilled responsibilities to make our communities safer, stronger and better prepared.

  • Texas Governor's Division of Emergency Management (Hyperlink (external website) External Link)
    GDEM is charged with carrying out a comprehensive all-hazard emergency management program for the State and for assisting cities, counties, and state agencies in planning and implementing their emergency management programs.

  • Texas Legislature Bill Report Feb 07, 2009 (PDF Document (Acrobat Reader Required)> PDF Document - 16.18 KB)
    Listing of Emergency Management Related Bills filed as of February 07, 2009.

  • 211 Texas (Hyperlink (external website) External Link)
    A service of the Health and Human Service Commission's Texas Information and Referral Network
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