This guide from the Eastern Transportation Knowledge Network connects users with resources in best practices in emergency transportation operations. It is intended for first-responders, planners, managers, and policy makers for emergency preparedness and response in the United States at federal, state, and local levels.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) provides Humanitarian Response as an information portal for the disaster response community to share, find, and collaborate on information.
Logistics Management supports the core work of the IFRC network, which reaches 150 million people each year through 189 member National Societies. The Logistics Management also offers those services on a non-profit basis to third parties in the humanitarian sector and to governments.