Call for Articles: FEMA Risk Map CTP Collaboration Monthly (due 10/2/20)

Click here to view a PDF of: CTP Collaboration Monthly Request for Articles (due 10-2-2020).


Good Morning CTP Stakeholders:

My name is Katie Duskin and I am a contractor working on the Cooperating Technical Partners (CTP) Program team for FEMA’s Risk Management Directorate (RMD). This email is serving as a request for articles to include in the October CTP Collaboration Monthly, to be distributed on Wednesday, October 7, 2020Articles are due no later than Friday, October 2, 2020. We are particularly interested in articles about the following subjects:

  • Project management best practices
  • Mapping projects
  • Outreach projects
  • Tools and resources for CTPs
  • Training opportunities
  • New technologies, websites, or digital products
  • Community outreach success stories

The CTP Collaboration Monthly contains a Best Practices section. If you have a project you’d like to highlight or if you know of another CTP who should be featured, please reach out to us. We can work with you to develop articles. Please reach out to katherine.duskin@associates.fema.dhs.gov to set up a time to talk.

Please provide any program updates, tools, resources and best practices that you wish to share with the broader CTP network, and follow the guidelines below for article submission. Also, please include any upcoming events.

Deadline

Requirements

  • Ensure articles are 2-4 paragraphs in length and contain all necessary links to resources.
  • Please include a picture and a brief caption with your article submission, if possible.

Remember, to receive this publication you must be registered for the Collaboration Center, which you can do at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CTPCollabCenterAccess.

If you have any questions, please contact me, Katie Duskin, at katherine.duskin@associates.fema.dhs.gov.

Best regards,

CTP PM Program Support Team



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