Changes between Version 147 and Version 148 of BluePrint/SAFIRE


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Timestamp:
11/27/17 07:03:43 (4 years ago)
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Nuwan Waidyanatha
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  • BluePrint/SAFIRE

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    2424[[br]]
    2525== Stakeholders ==
    26 <Who will be the users of the solution?> [[br]]
    27 There are 3 categories of stakeholders who will use the system for different information communication needs.
    28 1. EOC Staff!/Units (Operational):
    29    a. Director!/Commander
    30    a. Operations (or Dispatch)
    31    a. Planning
    32    a. Logistics
     26There are 3 categories of stakeholders who will use the system for different information needs; namely those who coordinate from a central unit, field operatives responding on site, and other stakeholders who indirectly respond to the incident. The users described below are from a humanitarian perspective. However, a utilities company may chose to use the system where they may only have EOC staff and field operatives (e.g. engineering and maintenance teams).
     27=== Who are the users ===
     281. EOC Staff / Units (Operational):
     29   a. Director / Commander
     30   a. Operations / Dispatch
     31   a. Planning & Logistics
    3332   a. Communication
    34    a. Fiance
    35    a. Administration 
     33   a. Fiance & Administration 
    36342. First-response teams (Operational):
    37    a. Public Safety - police, fire, coastguard, military
    38    a. Emergency Medicine - ambulance
     35   a. Public Safety (e.g police, fire, coastguard, military)
     36   a. Emergency Medicine (e.g. ambulance, quarantine)
    3937   a. Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs)
     38   a. Utilities & Infrastructure (e.g power company, road maintenance, telecom)
    40393. Non-operational stakeholders
    4140   a. Presidents Office, Ministries, and other Government departments
    42    a. Local NGOs, International Organizations (e.g. UN agencies, Red Cross)
    43    a. Civil Society (e.g.
    44 [[br]]
    45 * Emergency management is the theme or suite SAFIRE sits in. It can be any organization who would want to manage their emergencies.
    46 * In general, Police, Fire, Ambulance, NEOC, DEOC, Telecom, Power, Water.
    47 <How will stakeholders be affected?>[[br]]
    48 * Accountability
    49 * Efficiency gains
    50 
    51 Media, Public, Presidents Office, Disaster Management Ministry, and Heads of Departments
    52 * Homepage - Most recent events with the
    53    * most recent update summary report (similar to WA-COP homepage),
    54    * show/hide incident information for each event
    55    * Button at the top: “I want to report an incident” (i.e. for public, civil societies, and NGOs, to directly use the web form)
    56 * Table view listing of other ongoing or past events
    57    * Default - most recent active events and incident report
    58    * option to search and filter by status, date, event type, and, title
    59 * Map view of past and present events
    60    * Select/Deselect event area polygons (remove overlapping polygons)
    61    * Zoom into see the headline of the incident information
     41   a. Civil Society, Local NGOs, International Organizations (e.g. Sarvodaya, Red Cross, UN agencies)
     42   a. Public
     43
     44=== How the users are affected ===
     45||= Element =||= Description =||
     46|| Coordination ||avoid duplication, everyone sees the same set of information, and can re-use without creating their own information stacks ||
     47|| Consistency || ||
     48|| Control || ||
     49|| Accountability || ||
     50 
    6251== User Stories ==
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