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State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry (STEAR)
This course (webinar) will provide detailed information to local government STEAR Data Custodians. We will discuss the role of the Data Custodian in the STEAR program, train them in the use of the STEAR database, and make recommendations on how this information can be used to assist with planning and response. This training would also be helpful for local governments who are still considering adopting this program and would like to have more information on the system and the responsibilities of the Data Custodian.
Up to 100 people can be accommodated on the webinar. Details and dialing instructions will be emailed out as soon as possible.
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No tuition is charged.
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