Establish an interagency framework


  • Establish standards of roles, capabilities, competencies and processes for a multi-agency framework, and the mechanisms to certify them. Nowadays under similar names there are different capabilities, competencies and processes.
  • Integrate specialist and non-specialist in operations, in the command post and in the chain of command
  • Regulate cross-border plans and aids, and jurisdiction responsibilities. Mandatory unified communication system at least in cross-border scenarios.
  • Standardize fluxes of information and decision-making between private, civil and military environments, reducing bureaucracy.

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Possible Solutions

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Societal security – Guidelines for establishing partnering arrangements

ISO 22397

ISO TC 292 ISO 22397:2014 provides guidelines for establishing partnering arrangements among organizations to manage multiple relationships for events impacting on societal security. It incorporates principles and describes the process for planning, developing, implementing and reviewing partnering arrangements.

ISO 22397:2014 is applicable to all organizations regardless of type, size and nature of activity whether in or between the private, public, or not-for-profit sectors.

Auditing Management Systems – Risk, Resilience, Security and Continuity – Guidance for Application

ANSI/ASIS SPC.2 (2014)

ANSI This Standard provides guidance for conducting resilience, security, crisis, continuity and other risk-based audits within the context of management systems and includes practical advice on conducting audits. It will provide guidance on the management of audit programs, conduct of internal or external audits of risk and resilience-based management systems such as security, crisis, continuity, and emergency management, including the competence and evaluation of auditors.
UN Field Security Handbook UN, United Nations The handbook has been developed for UN staff, to cover security, and it contains organizational and administrative information.

It also addresses the question of inter-agency coordination.