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FEMA Seeks Feedback on Supply Chain Resilience Guide

A message from DHSEM's Private Sector Liaison
Private sector stakeholders may be particularly interested in the six-step process described in Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101: Developing and Maintaining Emergency Operations Plans that focus on supply chain operations.  Below is a statement from FEMA with a request for your feedback on the Supply Chain Resilience Guide

READYColorado Blog: Black Friday: A Great Deal for ID Thieves and Scam Artists

The holiday season is upon us.  Black Friday is this week and the retail stores have been bombarding us with advertising for their Black Friday specials. Do you plan all year for those Black Friday shopping deals? Do you camp out to be the first through the doors when they open after Thanksgiving dinner? Beware! You may be camping with the enemy. Identity thieves and scam artists plan all year for this shopping holiday. To continue with our campaign for Colorado Consumer Protection Month, we have a few helpful tips to help you reduce your risk of being a victim:

READYColorado Blog: Protecting Your Online Holiday Donations

With more and easier access to the internet, the advent of social media, the explosion of crowd funding internet sites and the ability to easily donate to a cause by simply clicking a button or sending a basic text message, it has become even easier than ever to donate to charitable organizations and specific causes.  It also means it is easier than ever to receive a fraudulent request for donations.

The Colorado Attorney General’s Office shares these tips to make sure your donations make it to a credible organization:

READYColorado Blog: Protecting Your Online Holiday Donations

With more and easier access to the internet, the advent of social media, the explosion of crowd funding internet sites and the ability to easily donate to a cause by simply clicking a button or sending a basic text message, it has become even easier than ever to donate to charitable organizations and specific causes.  It also means it is easier than ever to receive a fraudulent request for donations.

The Colorado Attorney General’s Office shares these tips to make sure your donations make it to a credible organization:

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