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Percent of HCCs where
areas for improvement have been identified from HCC and member organizations’ own exercises or real-world events, and the HCCs’
response plans have been revised to reflect improvements
SPPR will establish a baseline based on performance data collected in initial fiscal years, which will be used to set targets and goals for subsequent years.
In order to improve whole community preparedness, HCCs must continuously learn and, where appropriate, systematically inform planning efforts using lessons learned from exercises, JRAs, or other activities. HPP expects recipients and HCCs to operationalize this type of systematic learning. Therefore, this measure was introduced to assess the ability of HCCs to integrate continuous learning from exercises and events..
Each HCC should report the following data through the CAT. During the specified time period for end-of-year reporting, recipients should enter this information on behalf of each HCC into the end-of-year performance measure module in PERFORMS. SPPR will calculate percentages.
HCC Name: _______
Yes ___ No ___
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