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FEMA holds workshop to prepare for Pac'yu exercise

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GUAM - Representatives from FEMA based out of Hawaii and San Francisco are in Guam conducting a workshop in preparation for next weeks typhoon Pac'yu exercise. Various government agencies both local and federal took part in the seminar aimed at bringing consistency to all agencies involved in response and readiness.

Fema's federal coordinating officer Ken Suicso explains, "We took some of the lessons learned from past incidents and past exercises and we developed the agenda to kind of better integrate FEMA's procedures and Guam's procedures."
 
The workshops goal is to ensure that in the event of a disaster, GovGuam can seamlessly work with FEMA so that the disaster response is expedited."

 

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