Introduction of Emergency Management

three parts of this assignment please read it carefully to understand the requirement of this assignment :
First: Review the steps that should be taken by a group of stakeholders:
IEMS methodologies as incorporated in NFPA 1600 begin with a hazard analysis that helps to identify the capabilities needed by the entity to respond to the most likely hazards.
Current capabilities are assessed against the required capabilities to determine resource shortfalls.
The group develops a multi-year strategy to eliminate the resource shortfalls using a combination of local and federal resources.
The multi-year strategy gets translated into annual work plans.
In a post of at least a 150 words describe types of shortfalls might exist in step two. Will they just be material items?
This week we spent our time talking about some principles of emergency management. You watched a video about the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, which was started by a few southern states and has grown into a national system supported with federal dollars. Please describe in 250 words how the EMAC system lives up to everything else talked about in this module.
This session is designed to help the student understand the principles of integration and collaboration for the profession of emergency management. The session begins with a definition of the principle of integration in the emergency management arena. It then examines the development of the concept of Integrated Emergency Management in the United States and follows this by providing a practical focus on two principle aspects of integration: horizontal and vertical integration of stakeholders and different levels of government.

The principle of integration as described in the Principles of Emergency Management states that “emergency managers ensure unity of effort among all levels of government and all elements of a community.” I ask you to consider this statement and offer suggestions as to the meaning of the various components in at least a paragraph response in this Pre-assessment journal.