DHS S&T seeks feedback on radiological recovery logistics tool

DHS Science and Technology Directorate’s (DHS S&T) National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL) is developing a tool that matches equipment with response and recovery objectives for radiological and nuclear incidents. Research was conducted to understand how to leverage existing municipal and public works equipment for critical response objectives such as surveying and monitoring contaminated areas, decontaminating critical infrastructure, and conducting waste management. NUSTL is seeking feedback on the Radiological Recovery Logistics Tool, which organizes the data from this research, to improve the tool’s applicability and operational use. Specific feedback is sought from SLTT emergency managers and first responders with knowledge and expertise in the resource management process within their jurisdictions. If you are a planning section chief, a logistics section chief, or someone that engages in the emergency logistics process, please reach out to Orly Amir to help with this project.

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