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In following with FEMA's Whole Community principles, we recognize we are only one part of our nation’s emergency management efforts; that we must leverage all of the resources of our collective team in assisting our communities in preparing for, protecting against, responding to, recovering from and mitigating against all hazards; and that collectively we will work to meet the needs of the entire community in each of these areas.

Welcome

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The USNRG is a 501(c)3 disaster management organization which stands together with our community in a different kind of way. While most disaster response organizations are focused on frontline operations through the deployment of technical search and rescue assets, volunteer management, and goods distribution, we are focused on the development of information technology systems that bring the needs of the Emergency Manager to the frontlines of our efforts. By prioritizing the specific needs of Emergency Managers, we are ensuring they have the tools needed to deliver the most effective incident response possible to your community.


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About us

Introduction

The values of our organization drive how we accomplish our goals and conduct ourselves to execute and achieve our strategic journey. These values are not new to the members of this organization and give us a common language and foundation essential to our continued success.

We offer a wide range of logistical and technical services to the emergency management community to enhance their ability to mitigate against, respond to, and recover from future disaster incidents. Our initial efforts are focused on the creation of a proprietary tool which aggregates and synchronizes data into a portal we've called the National Response Network Portal to streamline and strengthen local, county, tribal, state and federal logistics support capabilities.

Asset management coordination is an important stage in response efforts, and improvement in this area can contribute not only to more effective response and recovery operations, but also to greater interaction and mutual understanding among emergency managers and their community. Further, effective asset management coordination can strengthen these communities by giving them access to more harmonious coalitions. The challenges are numerous and include command and control issues, information sharing and field coordination.

Enhancing asset management coordination is a beneficial cooperative exercise because it is essential to mission success -- the need for this type of coordination is urgent and requires constant attention. Current federally driven Emergency Management doctrine calls for involving the “Whole Community” approach to incident management. Depending on the nature and scope of an emergency, this can necessitate coordination between non-government organizations and local government bodies with highly diverse assets and equipment. This has previously made communications and interoperability an interagency responsibility and a challenge to determine pre-event. Often the need for resources can eclipse the existing arrangements made through mutual aid agreements and other pre-scripted Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) creating resource shortfalls during critical incidents. Having a resource leveraging these increasingly important relationships can be valuable in a variety of regional contingencies.


Company & Management

The USNRG is an incorporated non-profit organization with an IRS 501(c)3, a Texas corporate tax-exemption status, and a pending New York corporate tax-exemption status. Our Federal EIN is 80-0851495. At current, we are reporting our financials on an IRS Form 990-N (e-Postcard).

IRS Exemption Status
Texas Exemption Status
Current 990-N Filings

All members of the governing Board of Directors, Board of Advisors and Command & Support Staff each have between eight (8) and thirty (30) years of experience in their respective roles. Most have extensive knowledge and experience working with, or serving in, the Department of Defense, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigations, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, private enterprises, and state, county and local governments across the United States. Our diverse, multi-disciplinary workforce has given USNRG superior insight into the internal processes of these organizations and provides an organic understanding of their needs and mechanisms by which to address them.

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Our Values


Compassion

We are dedicated to improving the lives of those we serve and treating each other with care and respect.

Collaboration

We work together as one family, in partnership with other organizations, and always embrace diversity and inclusiveness.

Creativity

We always look for better ways to serve those in need by researching emerging trends and best practices.

Credibility

We act with integrity, are transparent guardians of the public trust, and honor our promises.

Commitment

We hold ourselves accountable for defining and meeting clear objectives, delivering on our mission and carefully stewarding our donor funds.

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Team

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Funding Methods

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Our projects will be funded through a combination of corporate sponsorships, federal grants, foundation grants, private donors, and public fundraising. If you would like to make an individual donation, you can do so by selecting the GuideStar or PayPal link below.


Contact

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Don't hesitate to contact us.

If you'd like to contact us, send us a message using the form provided for you here or email us directly at the email address below.

  • P.O. Box 26842
  • Rochester, NY 14626
  • 214-930-0078