Working Group Meetings

2015 Events

1st QTR 2014:
January 14 – 3rd Annual Fleet Response Working Group Meeting, Philadelphia, PA

March 13-17 – Annual NEMA Mid-Year Conference, Alexandria, VA

2nd QTR 2014:

3rd QTR 2014:
July – Annual AHC Board of Directors Meeting, Location TBD

4th QTR 2014:

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2014 Events

1st QTR 2014:
January 30 – Annual meeting of the Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group, Philadelphia, PA

Reference: Annual Meeting Agenda Guide
Reference: Annual Meeting Master Slides
Reference: CATEX Fleet Movement Tabletop Participant Guide

January 31- CATEX 2014 Executive Steering Committee Meeting

Reference: CATEX 2014 Planning Meeting Slides

2nd QTR 2014:

3rd QTR 2014:
September 4 – CATEX 2014 Exercise Planning Workshop

4th QTR 2014:
October 28 – North Atlantic Mutual Assistance Group Meeting, Wilkes-Barre, PA

Reference: Fleet Response Working Group Update Presentation Slides – John Shaner & Dennis Schrader

November 19 – CATEX 2014 Regional Information Sharing Drill

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2013 Events

1st QTR 2013

January – Annual meeting of the Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group, Philadelphia, PA

1st QTR 2013: Multi-State TTX/Workshop, Washington DC- Focused on Joint Power Restoration

2nd QTR 2013: Webinar on Mutual Aid, Power Grid Basics, Case Study

3rd QTR 2013: Multi-State Functional Exercise, Washington DC Area Joint Power Restoration

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January 30, 2013 Multi-State Fleet Movement Workshop

On January 30, 2013, the All Hazards Consortium (a 501c3 organization) in partnership with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; the State of New Jersey; the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; and the U.S. Department of Energy will be hosting a one day workshop focused on improving the movement of private sector utility and supply chain fleets and resources across state boundaries. This workshop is being organized as part of the Multi-State Fleet Response Initiative Working Group, which was formed in 2011 to address issues with the movement of private sector resources in a multi-state environment for both emergency and non-emergency conditions.

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