What does the National Response Framework do?


The National Response Framework is a document that deals with the nation's response during disasters and emergencies. Its goal is to present the guiding principles that will lead to all response partners to be able to give a unified national response in the case of emergencies and disasters. This particular document evolved from the National Response Plan (NRP).
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