Important note: Registration is open to education, public-sector employees and sponsors only.  Private-sector registrations will not be processed.

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April 26, 2012
11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET

Google is working with 1st Responders to make critical disaster information more accessible. 

Join Emergency Management, the Center for Digital Government and Google for an insightful live webcast.   Hear firsthand how Emergency Management agencies and the “Whole Community” of 1st Responders can now leverage new simple to use tools from Google to run many of their internal operations during a crisis.

 Google has been partnering with government agencies and NGO’s in responding to natural disasters since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Today it applies its resources to help streamline internal operations to help deliver accurate, relevant, and credible information to the public when crises happen.

At this event we will discuss how to:
  • Use online technology to quickly reach people in need and to efficiently run your internal operations during a crisis.
  • Host a custom map with authoritative and crowd-sourced geographic information
  • Seamlessly manage  data via the web to provide instant access to all government officials
  • Make your emergency alert data more accessible to the public
Don’t miss this informative event as we help you with your goals to surface emergency information through many of the online tools you use every day.


Paul Wormeli
Senior Fellow
Emergency Management

Meryl Stone
Crisis Response Program Manager

For questions or details about this Webinar, please contact:

Lee Vang
Registration Coordinator
Emergency Management
800-940-6039 ext. 1407

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