About the Multistate Fleet Response Initiative Working Group

The Multistate Fleet Response Initiative Working Group was established under the auspices of the All Hazards Consortium.

The purpose of this Working Group is to support any efforts and organizations that can help expedite the movement of private sector repair fleets and resources across multiple state borders in response to disasters.

The Working Group Members are owners and operators of the nation’s critical infrastructure sectors and state/local government representatives from multiple disciplines including emergency management, homeland security, transportation, communications, GIS, health, energy, utility commissions, law enforcement, and economic development.

The is a private sector led working group which focuses on specific topics that promote its purpose. State/local government representative are invited to participate in a shared governance model via an Executive Steering Committee and on any sub-committees.

Join the Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group Today —together with the current Members, who are making a real difference in expediting power and critical infrastructure restoration across the nation making our nation more resilient to man-made and natural disaster and help communities and local businesses get back to business.

The Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group is funded by its Members, Partners, and by government grants and in-kind support from state, local, and the federal government.

What Does The Working Group Do?
The Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group brings together private/public sector representatives to engage in a sustained integrated planning sessions that builds trust, identifies issues and creates solutions via training, policy, solutions, plans, and exercises.

How Is It Done?
The Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group fosters relationships between industry and government by delivering products and services and facilitating planning, exercises and program that promote the expediting or power restoration. The working group accomplishes this through volunteers who participate in various efforts and sub-committees that produce low or no cost solutions , training, exercises, and speaking at regional national conferences and meetings for the importance of this working group, its members, and its results.