ECPC

(redirected from Emergency Communications Preparedness Center)
AcronymDefinition
ECPCEuropean Cancer Patient Coalition
ECPCEffective Cost per Click (advertising)
ECPCEconomic Classification Policy Committee
ECPCEmergency Communications Preparedness Center (various US federal agencies)
ECPCExperimental Climate Prediction Center (US NOAA Applied Research Center; La Jolla, CA)
ECPCEuro Coins Pocket Collector (pocket PC software)
ECPCEuropean Parliamentary Comparable and Parallel Corpora (research group)
ECPCElm City Parks Conservancy (New Haven, CT)
ECPCEntreprise de Construction Polyvalente et de Conception (French: Versatile Design and Construction Company; Cameroon)
ECPCÉlectricité Climatisation Plomberie Conseil (French electrical, air conditioning and plumbing company)
ECPCElliptic Curve Point Counting (algorithm)
ECPCEnvironmental Conservation and Protection Center (Philippines)
ECPCEstimated cost per click (online advertising)
ECPCEarly Childhood Parenting Center (Santa Monica, CA)
ECPCEnergy Consumption per Capita (by country)
ECPCEmerald Coast Pagan Community (Panama City, FL)
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In accordance with the direction in those reports, and in consultation with congressional staff, we are reporting on (1) actions taken by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) to establish the Emergency Communications Preparedness Center (ECPC) and (2) challenges OEC and ECPC officials reported that could affect interagency coordination through ECPC.
Categories: March 3, 2010, Emergency communication systems, Emergency Communications Preparedness Center, Emergency management, Emergency preparedness, Emergency preparedness programs, Emergency response, Emergency response plans, Government information dissemination, Hurricane Katrina, Interagency relations, Intergovernmental relations, Natural disasters, Risk management, Strategic planning
The bill would establish an Emergency Communications Preparedness Center to serve as the focal point for federal interagency efforts on operable and interoperable communications issues.
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