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- Continue to provide a secure method of data input, tracking and reporting.
- Stress importance of the Emergency Preparedness Resource Inventory Tool (EPRI) being a tool to assist Emergency Management Agencies (EMAs) in resource identification and acquisition.
- Continue to engage regional participants through projects that benefit individual entities.
- Think long term when developing regional based tools and how they will be funded.
- Provide key contacts and "system owners" that are funded by the region or have region interests in mind.
In response to the challenges previously identified, we had to ensure that all input data was secure and continued to remain secure while stressing the importance of this being a tool to facilitate EMA resource acquisition and identification. The region had to show the benefits of EPRI to individual organizations in order to continue a strong level of engagement. System owners had to be those with a vested interest in regional activities, funding, or operations.
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