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Total number of emergency preparedness exercises which FDA participated in planning, executing, or evaluating during the month

Dictionary: The Office of Crisis Management (OCM) will lead the agency in participating in one Department of Homeland Security (DHS)-sponsored and one Health and Human Services (HHS)-sponsored national exercise each year as well as any regional exercises which provide scenarios calling for FDA-response efforts. These exercises, which involve numerous federal departments and agencies as well as some state and local agencies, provide FDA opportunities to test current plans and procedures for responding to specific types of incidents and help identify any gaps or weaknesses that might exist in FDA's response capabilities. These would allow the agency to make improvements to its emergency operations and response plans, procedures, policies, etc. OCM's overall goal is to increase FDA's participation in emergency exercises as the number of exercises that have relevance to FDA's mission increases. This measure accounts for all individual activities related to performing an emergency preparedness exercise such as planning, executing, or evaluating an exercise. Therefore, there may be multiple exercises performed for any given initiative. Exercises that continue to be planned, executed, or evaluated from month to month will be counted in each respective month along with any new exercises being planned, executed, or evaluated.

Information is current as of October 21, 2014

Fiscal Year - 2010

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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2009N/A1
Nov 2009N/A1
Dec 2009N/A1
Jan 2010N/A1
Feb 2010N/A1
Mar 2010N/A1
Apr 2010N/A1
May 2010N/A1
Jun 2010N/A2
Jul 2010N/A5
Aug 2010N/A7
Sep 2010N/A7

FY 2010 Total: N/A

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Note: The data provided on this website is produced on an ongoing basis for performance management purposes and is subject to change due to updates of preliminary estimates, corrections, or other reasons. In addition, FDA may change the type or amount of data provided on this website at any time. Information marked as "Completed" may include measures and/or key projects for which activities are ongoing but no longer tracked as part of FDA-TRACK.