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Driving Innovation for Disaster Planning, Response, and Recovery

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Jeremy Zollo, Chief Market Engagement Officer, First Responder Network Authority Every hurricane season, first responders face great challenges as they protect their communities during these storms. The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority) remains committed to ensuring responders have the tools they need to face these storms. From support offered by the FirstNet Authority to...

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NOAA Predicts Another Active Atlantic Hurricane Season

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Remarks by Deputy Secretary Don Graves at the NOAA Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook Press Conference

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Hello everyone! It’s great to be here with you. Thank you, Ben, for that introduction and your continued leadership. Nearly all of us have witnessed the impact that weather can have on our communities. Some of us view weather events as a mere nuisance – extra rain that slows traffic or snow that forces us to adjust plans for the day. But I’ve seen, first-hand, the devastating impact that extreme...