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IS-62.B: The Homeland Security Geospatial Concept-of-Operations (GeoCONOPS) In Use

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Course Overview

The Homeland Security Geospatial Concept of Operations has been designed to present the 4 basic values of the GeoCONOPS to users from several perspectives:

  • Points-of-Collaboration
  • Technical Capabilities
  • Sources for Authoritative Data
  • Best Practices

These perspectives include professional , technical and policy and doctrine. The module “GeoCONOPS In Practice” focuses on the importance of the GeoCONOPS to the professional roles of emergency manager, incident commander and geospatial practitioner. This module presents the content of the GeoCONOPS using one of two scenarios that are incorporated into the GeoCONOPS. At the conclusion of this module, students will be familiarized with the 4 key values of the GeoCONOPS in support of the different roles that are critical to emergency management.





Course Length:

0.5 hours
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