Community Resilience Panel
Once the basic structure and content of the Community Resilience Planning Guide (Guide) for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems has been established, the Community Resilience Panel (CRP) for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems will be convened. The CRP will, with initial input provided by NIST, define the outline of the Community Resilience Implementation Guidelines and draft the content. The first phase of these guidelines will focus on critical buildings and infrastructure systems.
Who should be involved in the CRP?
Stakeholders from various topic areas within resilience; including infrastructure, structural engineering, social sciences, emergency management, local and state/regional government, federal government, urban planning, and economics; will be invited the join the CRP. The CRP is expected to consist of several hundred members working on multiple committees to develop and standardize the latest guidance and tools to enhance community resilience, with an initial focus on critical buildings and infrastructure systems.
Overall leadership of the CRP committees will be by a governing board consisting of CRP members representing the breadth of disciplines found on the CRP.