Streamlining Sheltering and Housing

As the Continuous Improvement Program (CIP) develops the FEMA Agency-wide 2017 Hurricane Season After-Action Review, we need the input and diverse perspectives of the entire FEMA team, the stakeholders we serve, and the partners we work with every day. We need your help to inform our future vision, direction, strategic goals, and operational objectives.

The CIP is conducting interviews, focus groups, and hotwashes with staff activated and deployed during the 2017 Hurricane Season, including the National Response Coordination Center, Regional Response Coordination Centers, Joint Field Offices, and division and branch offices. Continuous Improvement Coordinators (CICs) embedded across these operations have also collected data by observing and supporting missions executed by program areas. CIP is seeking additional feedback and engagement from employees at all levels and stakeholders about continued response and recovery efforts for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. The information collected during this IdeaScale campaign will feed into the larger continuous improvement effort at FEMA.

 

Streamlining Sheltering and Housing

  • Discuss best practices for and ways FEMA can improve the identification and sequencing of sheltering and housing solutions.
  • Discuss best practices for and ways FEMA can improve managing housing operations.
  • Examples of any best practices or lessons learned on survivor migration during the 2017 Hurricane Season.