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Cumulative percentage of employees who are identified to take Incident Command Service (ICS) 300 in the Fiscal Year (FY) who have completed their training

Cumulative FY 2013 Target: 100% of appropriate employees trained by 9/30/2013

Dictionary: Homeland Security Presidential Directive-5 (HSPD-5) requires all Federal agencies to adopt and implement the National Incident Management System (NIMS) to prepare for, prevent, respond to, recover from, and mitigate the effects of any emergency or incidents regardless the cause, size, or complexity. Training in incident command systems for FDA personnel is a critical to the success of the NIMS implementation at FDA. The Office of Crisis Management (OCM) is the lead for the FDA NIMS training plan for all agency personnel.

Information is current as of March 31, 2013

Fiscal Year - 2013

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Cumulative FY 2013 Target: 100% of appropriate employees trained by 9/30/2013

TimeTargetPercent
Oct 2012N/A18
Nov 2012N/A46
Dec 2012N/A46
Jan 2013N/A46
Feb 2013N/A46
Mar 2013N/A46
Apr 2013N/ATBD
May 2013N/ATBD
Jun 2013N/ATBD
Jul 2013N/ATBD
Aug 2013N/ATBD
Sep 2013N/ATBD

FY 2013 YTD: 46%

Total cumulative number of FDA employees who have completed ICS 300 within the Fiscal Year

Cumulative FY 2013 Target: 100% of appropriate employees trained by 9/30/2013

Fiscal Year - 2013

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Cumulative FY 2013 Target: 100% of appropriate employees trained by 9/30/2013

TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2012N/A23
Nov 2012N/A57
Dec 2012N/A57
Jan 2013N/A57
Feb 2013N/A57
Mar 2013N/A57
Apr 2013N/ATBD
May 2013N/ATBD
Jun 2013N/ATBD
Jul 2013N/ATBD
Aug 2013N/ATBD
Sep 2013N/ATBD

FY 2013 YTD: 57

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