Rubin, C. B. (Ed.). (2012). Emergency management: The American experience 1900-2010 (2nd ed.). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
Unit III PowerPoint Presentation
Chapter four of the textbook describes the beginning of congressional legislation with the Federal Disaster Relief Act of 1950 and continues through the 1960s and 1970s. In each decade, the focusing events are identified, as well as mobilization, agenda-setting, and the subsequent congressional legislation. Choose a decade (1950s, 1960s, or 1970s). Identify and discuss the focusing events that caused mobilization, agendasetting, legislative actions, and the notable outcome that changed emergency management. Research additional information about the focusing event and/or the resulting congressional legislation.
Present the findings in a PowerPoint Presentation with a minimum of 12 slides, including the title slide and the reference slide. Format the references in APA style (6th ed.). Use the notes section below each slide for descriptions and explanations. Research articles from the CSU Library.
Unit VIII PowerPoint Presentation
On March 30, 2011, the White House released Presidential Policy Directive/PPD-8 to further enhance national preparedness for the United States. Subsequent updates have been added to the directive to further enhance national preparedness. This policy is organized around the following six elements:
1. National Preparedness Goal
2. National Preparedness System
3. National Preparedness Report
4. National Preparedness Frameworks
5. Federal Interagency Operational Plans
6. Build and Sustain Preparedness.
The assignment is to create a PowerPoint Presentation of the six elements of the Presidential Policy Directive/PPD-8. PowerPoint Presentation format:
· Title slide,
· Introduction slide,
· Body (8 slides),
· Conclusion slide, and
· Reference slide.
A voice-over will accompany each slide except the reference page slide. Hint: Use the notes section in the PowerPoint to insert the text for the voice-over. >G9�J
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