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Department of Emergency Management (127)
Strategic PlanningBiennium
Mission

The Virginia Department of Emergency Management mission is to protect the lives and property of Virginia's citizens and visitors from emergencies and disasters by coordinating the state's emergency preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery efforts.

Document Archive
Document TypeBiennium
Strategic Plan2008-2010
Strategic Plan2010-2012
Strategic Plan2012-2014
Executive Progress Report2012-2014
 
Budget Information
DollarsPositions
BienniumChapter TitleYear 1Year 2Year 1Year 2
2016-2018Chapter 780, 2016 Appropriation Act$63,558,019$62,044,321158.00158.00
2014-2016Chapter 732, Caboose Bill$61,125,280$61,286,660154.00155.00
2012-2014Chapter 1, 2014 Acts of Assembly$47,235,735$44,729,112145.00145.00
See Current Year Operating Plan  showing budgets broken out by Program
There are 2 active capital projects associated with this agency
Performance Measures
Active performance measures for this agency
Detailed Measures Report - Table Format
Measure NameMeasure Class
Establish stakeholder involved strategic allocation for State Homeland Security Grant Programs.Agency Key
Implement short-term enhancements and long term initiatives as identified in 2014 in-season hurricane review.Agency Key
Pass 2015 Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) 5 - year evaluationAgency Key
Per recommendation of Senate Bill 381, onboard Sheltering Coordinator and Planning positions.Agency Key
Percent of jurisdictions by VDEM region that participating in Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) compliant exercises.Agency Key
Percent of Virginia Emergency Response Team (VERT) representatives who complete National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Crisis Management training.Other Agency
Percentage of corrective measures addressed by the Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM) within 90 days of completion of the after action review of the annual Virginia Emergency Response Team Exercise (VERTEX).Agency Key
Statewide average score of the Local Capability Assessment of Readiness (LCAR) self assessments by localities annually.Other Agency
The number of hours of training delivered each year. The number of hours of training is more reflective of the volume of training than the number of courses. VDEM is moving to an academy approach in training delivery and one course may be 80 hours in length. Productivity
9 Measures
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