Resource Management

Each phase of a disaster requires different sets of resources to be solicited, mobilized, deployed and tracked.

In the response phase life-sustaining supplies such as food, water, cleaning agents, baby products and medicines are in high demand.  So are temporary infrastructure items such as generators and lots of tools.
As response transitions into recovery, large shipments of building materials like sheet rock, insulation and replacement appliances like stoves and refrigerators are in demand. 
Due to the needs of moving resource around, vehicles are also required in the short and long term.

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