In 2019, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) supported the DHS Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Exercise; Shaken Fury. Shaken Fury 2019 involved a series of tabletop, functional and full-scale exercises to evaluate and improve the whole community’s response to a "no-notice" earthquake, identify gaps in resources, and implement a coordinated recovery strategy. DHS S&T’s role in Shaken Fury was to support FEMA’s strategic priorities by introducing innovative solutions, technologies and tools that could be used by agencies to improve information exchange, enhance situational awareness, enable the prioritization of resources and improve overall resilience. DHS S&T leveraged Shaken Fury to facilitate the transition of technologies through operational uptake and adoption. The Shaken Fury After Action Report details S&T’s participation and contribution to this exercise as well as the findings of these activities.
|Shaken Fury 2019 Response and Recovery Exercise After Action Report||23.70 MB||12/21/2020|