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In 1993 The Governor of California, Florida, Arizona, and Texas and others in the authorized research and creation of auxillary communication technologies based on inability of FEMA to adequately address strategic events

Wayne McDilda
State of Texas Webmaster
Security Cisco Systems

Texas Depart of Public Safety

Emergency Management
Texas DPS
1922 S Padre Island Dr
Corpus Christi, TX 78465

Perry-Castaeda Library Internet Address

Complete resource guide for Hospitals,
Social Services, and Governments in Emergencies.
CHAPS On Texas State Server August 1995
Texas State Department of Information Resources Wayne McDilda ( states he will place donation on internet. States address will be Wayne McDilda was reported run out of his position by Joe Albaugh the "Master of Disaster" who felt the project was more suitable to his political interest. Paul Roscoe removed the CHAPS from UT server after stating he was threatened by former US Senator Larry Craig convicted sexual predator

Florida Governor Lawton Chiles

Office of The Governor

The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0001
June 20th, 1995

Mr. Chris Walters
480 West Tennessee Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32303

Dear Chris:
Thank you for your recent letter and computerized reference book. Your work is much appreciated in light of Florida's history of severe weather incidents and continued vulnerability to future events.

I am forwarding the information you sent to Mr. Joe Myers, Director of the Division of Emergency Management, Department of Community Affairs, for his review, Mr. Myers is a nationally recognized leader in his field and has worked diligently to enhance our emergency management efforts.

I appreciate your work and dedication to the citizens of our state, and good luck to you in your ongoing work in this field.

With kind regards, I am Sincerely
cc: Mr. Joe Myers, Director,
Division of Emergency

Office Of The Director

Governor's Office of Emergency Services
2800 Meadowview Road
Sacramento, CA 95832
June 7, 1994
Chris Walters
C/O American Red Cross
Modesto, California 95354

Dear Ms. Walters:

Thank you for your April 15, 1994 letter to Governor Wilson providing a revised Computerized Homeless Assistance Program (CHAPS) national directory. We have reviewed the information and find it very informative for those people working in the fileds of social services and housing.

Thank you again for all your hard work on revising this information.

Richard Andrews, Ph. D.

Cc: DOI: GovCorr: Walters JP

Interstate Agreements For Study Protocols 1993

Governor Pete Wilson
Pete Wilson, Governor
State of California
Governor's Office
Sacramento, 95814

Janurary 23, 1993

Mr. Chris Walters
PO Box 1475
Rockport, TX 78381

Dear Mr. Walters:
Many thanks for providing a copy of your comprensive computerized list of emergency and social service providers. I appreciate you delivering this disk to my office for California to benefit from your efforts.

The State Health and Welfare Agency, as well as local social services departments and my own office, receives numerous request for assistance from people unsure of where to turn. Your list will enhance the state's efforts to maintain a complete list of resources available to Californians in need.

In order for your list to receive maxium use, I am forwarding it to the state homeless coordinator in the office of the Secretary at the Health and Welfare Agency.

Again, thank you for sharing your compilation with California. I appreciate your deep concern for the welfare of your fellow citizens and your efforts to assist them.

Sincerely Pete Wilson

Governor of Arizona Fife Symington

Governor of Arizona
Fife Symington
March 9, 1993

Mr. Chris Walters
6747 Spring Branch Road
San Antonio, TX 78249

Dear Mr. Walters:

Thank you for the disk you sent containing the Chaps Emergency and Social Services providers directory.

This directory should prove very useful in our efforts to help Arizonians find the services they need, and I thank you for the complimentary copy.

Best of Luck in your endeavors.

Governor of Washington State

State of Washington
Office Of The Governor/Elect
Olympia 98504-1001


Janurary 5, 1993

Mr. Chris Walters
c/o 325 - 13th St., Room 205
Salem, Oregon 97301

Dear Chris:

Thank you for your recent advice. I greatly appreciate information from all sources. In this time of growing polarization, I wante to bring people and ideas together from all sides, to find solutions that will work for everyone.

I've put together several transition teams to deal with a wide range of issues, including your area of concern. I've sent your information to that team. If they need further information, or have a question regarding your information, they will be contacting you.

Thanks again for your thoughts. I know that by working together, we can made Washington State a leader in economic growth, natural resource preservation, education, health care, and all other issues of concern to our citizens.

Mike Lowry

Replies From FEMA & Federal Interest 2006-2011

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Nims Integration Center
From: "Walker, Mary-Margaret"
Subject: RE: NIMS Related Research Project
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 13:52:01 -0500
CC: "Nims-Integration-Center"

Dear Chris,

Thank you very much for sending us the information about your work for the State of Washington. This preparedness tool is a valuable planning activity and an important resource for response and recovery activities. The Web-based contact list is useful for resource management and easy access to potential contacts statewide. Thanks very much for letting us know about it.

Mary Margaret Walker
NIMS Integration Center
Washington, DC

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Nims Integration Center
From: Fluman, Al
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 6:16 PM
To: Walker, Mary-Margaret
Subject: RE: NIMS Related Research Project

It ties to NIMS is the following ways:

Preparedness: Any emergency management related preparedness activity is tied directly to NIMS. This preparedness tool (listing of key contact personnel by state and county) is a valuable planning activity and an important resource for response and recovery activities.

Communications and Information Management: The web-based contact list is an extremely valuable response and recovery tool especially for resource management during and after an incident. Plus, the tool will be made available on a CD for use if the internet is down during an incident. An emergency manager in a county could pull out the CD or the printed version of the CD and use the information.

Resource Management: See above, the tool can be used by logistics personnel in a county emergency operations center for potential contacts of resources statewide.

As for interoperability … the definition of interoperability in its basic form is the ability of a system to use parts or equipment of another system … while we may be stretching things a bit with this tool under the basic definition of interoperability … the key contact list from all counties in the state has various uses in all phases of emergency management + it can be used in its CD form or printed form during an actual event. The data from this tool/system can be used in various other systems (resource management/emergency operations plans/etc.)

Hopefully this will help. Al.

United States Marshal Craig Thayer

Eastern District of Washington
Spokane, Washington

Vocational Training Programs Circia 2000
& Replies From State of Texas Interest

Dr Robert Canon

UT School of Social Work
Austin, TX

Ticket To Work

Social Security Administration
Las Cruces NM 2007

Texas Department of Public Safety

Division of Emergency Management
Texas Department of Public Safety
1922 South Padre Island Drive
PO BOX 5277
Corpus Christi, Texas 78465-5277
Telephone 512/854-2681
March 12, 1993

Mr. Chris Walters
PO Box 1475
Rockport, TX 78381

Mr. Walters:

I have recently come across information that you will and can provide emergency and social services information to local jurisdictions. I am sure that this information can be easily utilized by residents anywhere.

Though the Division of Emergency Management does not endorse any commercial enterprise, the information that you may have available could provide great assistance to those in local government through the state as a resource during times of diasters.

If possible I would like to meet with you and see your produce first hand. There is the possibility that we both could benefit from the meeting, but most important those needing the service will have another avenue of access all points of assistance.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Sincerely, Abel Contreras Regional Liasion Officer. AC: CD

City of Monroe Louisiana

IT Tech Doug Haberman
Director of Information Technology
Monroe City Hall
400 Lea Joyner Expressway
Monroe, LA 71201
Phone: 318-329-2305
Fax: 318-329-2848
911 Homepage On City Monroe Louisiana April 1997
City of Monroe Internet Site: West Monroe, Louisiana Wednesday April 2, 1997. Doug Haberman of City Computer Department accepts service for city and offers us internet homepage on city homepage for new software. Doug will vend the materials city wide to everone

Perry-Castaeda Library Internet Address

Complete resource guide for Hospitals,
Social Services, and Governments in Emergencies.

CHAPS National Directory Systems. For Emergency Management

911 Homepage AT University OF
Texas At Austin

Complete resource guide for
Hospitals, Social Services,
and Governments in Emergencies.
CHAPS National Directory Systems
For Emergency Management & Social Services
Published By: Chris Walters

Perry-Casta?eda Library Internet Address
"Public Domain" Provided as "public service"
under Title 42 USCS 11301, Title 50, and Title 17
911 is a national reference book of the resources in emergency management, social services and government. 911 covers a 15 state area representing about 100 million persons. Lets briefly review why this publication exist and how it could be used locally:

1. Governments, organizations, and others attempting to offer assistance after a major disaster who are not from your state need to have an exact knowledge who to contact.

2. Potential resources also need to know where your community exist in relation to existing highway systems, a little basic geography and other facts.

3. If FEMA declares your community a, "federal disaster area" and gives you permission to seek assistance out of state it is important for your community to have an existing knowledge of where "out of state" resources exist.
4. Many of the computer files of the reference book could be used to form evacuation or eggress routes into or out of your community.

As a computerized reference book, 911 is divided into chapters which are represented by computer files. As of August 18th, 1995, 911 has 79 files which occupy 2,675,680 Computer Bytes and print at about 2,500 pages. The contents of each file is explained in a file index as to content and page location. Files are arranged geographically along major interstate highway systems with counties and cities located by mile marker to correspond to line of travel.

911 makes it easy to locate local government, emergency management contacts, social services, hospitals,geographic features, intersecting highways, and possible hazards. Also encoded into the files are correspondence from private concerns, government officials, national news articles, and other testimonials. 911 and other CHAPS directories also have 2 citations by Library of Congress.

Chris Walters Author of CHAPS
Published At
Perry-Casta?eda Library
University of Texas Austin
21st and Speedway Street
(512) 495-4250

NEMD Business Licenses Texas and Florida 1999

National Emergency Management Directory

Business Office
PO Box 1634
Kerrville, TX 78029-1634
National Emergency Management Directory
$25,000 Capitol Investment
In 1999 an $40,000 inheritance enabled me to form an interstate business to explore the possibilites of desktop publishing & see if any substantial interested in this area of publishing. Dr. Robert Cannon my volunteer instructor from University of Texas School of Social Work suggest I have about 1/3 of the skills I need to earn a living in computer sciences.

1999 Nemd Office

Kerrville, TX

NEMD domain name registration 1999-2001

1999 Florida State Assume Name Registration

Only Sales made through 2002

City of Alhambra, CA

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