Definition Edit

Geospatial preparedness is

the level of overall capability and capacity necessary to enable all levels of the Department to use geospatial data, geographic information systems software and hardware, and geospatial applications to perform essential functions such as prevention, detection, planning, mitigation, response, and recovery in order to minimize loss of life and property from weapons of mass destruction, terrorist threats, major threats, major man-made accidents, and natural disasters.[1]

References Edit

  1. DHS Management Directive 4030, at 3.

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