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Keeping Connected During A Crisis: A case for the Inter-government Crisis Network

Communication is the lifeblood of the modern world. The ability to communicate with almost anyone, almost everywhere, and at almost any time is increasingly taken for granted at all levels. Individuals, organizations, and governments often plan for the future with the assumption that they will have the ability to communicate flawlessly. For those involved in emergency management, however, this is often not the case. When an incident occurs, whether caused by humans or an act of nature, successful emergency communications, particularly when involving multiple organizations, call for an in-place risk management strategy to ensure that a resilient communications network will be required.

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