State of California Emergency Plan 2009 (PDF) On June 23, 2009, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger promulgated the 2009 edition of the State of California Emergency Plan. The plan outlines a state-level strategy to support local government efforts during a large-scale emergency. In accordance with the California Emergency Services Act, the State Emergency Plan describes:
The 2009 State of California Emergency Plan established the California Emergency Functions which consist of 18 disciplines deemed essential to the emergency management community in California. Led by a State agency, each Emergency Function is designed to bring together discipline-specific stakeholders to collaborate and function within the four phases of emergency management: mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.At the state level, the Emergency Functions consist of an alliance of state agencies, departments, and other stakeholders with similar discipline-specific responsibilities.
The California Governor's Office of Emergency Services, along with our partner agencies, is pleased to post the Emergency Functions Executive Summary documents. Contact information for each Emergency Function can be found in the EF Points of Contact document below.
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In August of 2013 EF 9 was merged into EF 4 and EF 13 as appropriate. EF 16 was merged into EF 13. EF 18 Cyber Security Annex is in development.