National Preparedness System
Donald "Doc" Lumpkins, J.D.
June 11, 2014
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Talbot County Department of Emergency Services
Donald “Doc” Lumpkins is the
Director of the National Integration Center (NIC),
National Preparedness Directorate, FEMA. In this role he
leads national efforts to develop preparedness doctrine,
implement the National Incident Management System
(NIMS), and provide technical assistance. The NIC’s
efforts reach Federal, State, local, and tribal
emergency management communities, as well as
non-government entities and the private sector. In
addition to NIMS, the NIC is responsible for the design
and maintenance of the National Response Framework
(NRF), the National Preparedness Goal (NPG), and a suite
of Comprehensive Preparedness Guides (CPG).