By Stephanie Sanok Kostro, Garrett Riba
This record examines the catastrophe resilience efforts of the administrative and legislative branches of presidency and public-private partnerships. Its innovations are the fabricated from a chain of dialogues hosted by way of the CSIS place of origin defense and Counterterrorism software and the Irene W. and C.B. Pennington origin. Reflecting options, findings, and viewpoints gleaned from the sequence, the authors offer tips for officers who have the desire to make development in bolstering making plans, partnerships, and features to deal with the true, localized, and routinely devastating results of ordinary mess ups.
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Rob Wise, Ms. Ashley Nichols, and Ms. Abigail Temoshchuk for their flexibility and support. The study team owes a special debt of gratitude to Ms. Lori Bertman, president and CEO of the Irene W. B. Pennington Foundation, who served as an excellent sounding board for the study team and provided both helpful guidance and a thorough final review of this report. Finally, the authors would like to thank the Irene W. B. Pennington Foundation for its generous support of this study and report. Although this report benefited greatly from many individuals’ expertise, the content is the sole responsibility of the authors and should not be construed to represent the individual opinion of any expert or group external to the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
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Achieving Disaster Resilience in U.S. Communities. Executive Branch, Congressional, and Private-Sector Efforts by Stephanie Sanok Kostro, Garrett Riba