Department of Defense - Civil
Emergency Management Program Integration

Ryan Broughton, CEM®, CBCP
Emergency Management Program Manager
Davis-Paige Management Systems, LLC

March 13, 2013

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Related Web Resources:
Department of Defense Installation Emergency Management (IEM) Program
Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) Emergency Management
CNI Instruction 3440.17 - Navy Installation Emergency Management Program Manual
Appendix H: Sample MAA for mutual aid in fire protection and hazardous materials response
Ready Navy
Army Emergency Management Program
Appendix H: All Hazards Mutual Aid Agreement
Ready Army
Air Force Emergency Management Program Planning and Operations
Air Force Be Ready
Marine Corps Installations East Emergency Management
Marine Corps Air Ground Task Force Training Command Military Family Preparedness
FEMA EMI IS-75: Military Resources in Emergency Management

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4 star rating 27 Ratings Submitted

5 Stars 7 (26%) Academia 2 (7%)

4 Stars 18 (67%) Business 6 (22%)

3 Stars 2 (7%) Government 11 (41%)

2 Stars 0 (0%) Volunteers 2 (7%)

1 Star 0 (0%) Other 6 (22%)
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"Good presentation and good Q&A."

"Useful in hearing what other branches of military are doing."

"Thank you for presenting this timely topic. Well done and well received. Looking forward to the posting of the slides and transcript."
Larry Porter, Ph.D.

"I'd like to have another webinar with this presenter. He was very well organized and informed and there was great interest among the participants. I would like to know more about VA-DoD integration but overall it was a good discussion."

"Send out all Q&A to registered attendees. Thank you!"

"Appreciate the forum -- great presentation. Thanks!"
Jeff Hoyle
AtHoc, Inc.

"As retired USAF Disaster Preparedness/Emergency Management NCOIC, I enjoyed this presentation. However, this is something that should be presented to a much wider audience. As I suggested, this should be presented during state EM conferences. I've tried for years (since 97 retirement) to get DoD EM personnel involved in State conferences. Our State Guard are heavily involved but, not our active duty."
Gary Weeks
TX Dept State Health Services

"Gave good insight on how the military views its efforts to implement the DSCA and MOUs with local community."

"HP is a contractor with personnel on bases across the US. Our team provides emergency management/business continuity support to these personnel. This presentation was very useful and will definitely improve our program."
Brian Wolf

"Having no military background, this information this was very interesting."

"Mr. Broughton's extensive experience and detailed knowledge of both the military and civil side of EM is staggering. Bring him back for more presentations."
Vance Thompson

"The presentation was extremely informative, comprehensive and in depth! Great insight and perspective! I look forward to the next Webinar."
Robert Trau-Massey
US Army Africa

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Mr. Broughton is the Emergency Management Program Manager at Davis-Paige Management Systems, LLC, with over 20 years of experience in Emergency Management and Emergency Services.  He leads a team of Emergency Managers supporting Headquarters, Department of the Army’s (HQDA) Protection Division in the execution of the Emergency Management Modernization Program and related Emergency Management projects supporting EM Program implementation worldwide.

Mr. Broughton is the former Emergency Manager for the U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFFC) and the former Emergency Management Program Manager for Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC).  He led development of the Navy’s Installation Emergency Management Program (OPNAV and CNIC 3440.17 series), developed the initial draft of the Department of Defense (DoD) Installation EM Program (DoDI 6055.17), and developed the Army’s Emergency Management Program Manual (DA PAM 525-27) for Headquarters, Department of the Army’s (HQDA) Protection Division.

Mr. Broughton has served in Emergency Management and Emergency Services with multiple DoD commands and civil jurisdictions.  He has served as a fire officer, firefighter, emergency medical technician, tactical medic, and technical rescue specialist. He has experience with Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) and Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) operations in New York and Florida. He is a former Anti-Terrorism Officer (ATO) and holds the Joint military sub-specialty for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) and the Navy sub-specialty for Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR).

Mr. Broughton is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and a former Navy officer.

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