2015 National Planning Frameworks Update
The National Planning Frameworks set the strategy and doctrine for building, sustaining, and delivering the core capabilities identified in the National Preparedness Goal. They describe the coordinating structures and alignment of key roles and responsibilities for the whole community and are integrated to ensure interoperability across all mission areas.
The Frameworks are reviewed regularly to ensure consistency with new policies, lessons learned, real world events, and the results of the annual National Preparedness Report. FEMA and its partners are coordinating the update effort focusing on discrete, critical content updates to the National Planning Frameworks.
As such, we welcome your thoughts and ideas on the following topics:
- Examples of perceived strengths and weaknesses of the current National Planning Frameworks.
- Examples of suggested critical updates to the current National Planning Frameworks.
- Examples of activities and programs you or your organization conduct related to the five mission areas: Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response and Recovery.
Your ideas will help us understand what works best in your community—and how others could learn from your success. Together, we can make the nation more resilient and secure.
This campaign will be open for new ideas, comments and votes beginning on May 11, 2015, and ending on June 3, 2015.
In addition to providing feedback and insights on this site, you can also review and provide comments on the current drafts of the National Planning Frameworks by visiting the FEMA website. The draft document and a comment form are available online . Comments on the draft versions of the National Planning Frameworks will be accepted until June 3, 2015.
Visit the FEMA website for access to the full drafts of the National Planning Frameworks.