The Wide Area Recovery and Resiliency Program (WARRP) worked with interagency partners, including federal/state/local/tribal governments, military, private industry, and non-profit organizations and to develop solutions to reduce the time and resources required to recover wide urban areas, military installations, and other critical infrastructure following a catastrophic Chemical, Biological, or Radiological (CBR) incident.
Cubic provided overall integration for the five task areas below and served as lead for Task Area 4:
Task Area 1: Systems Analysis - Develop and execute a front-end systems engineering study and gap analysis to establish a body of knowledge for national, state, and local recovery capabilities
Task Area 2: Consequence Management Guidance - Develop wide‐area consequence management guidance to address integrated recovery and resiliency actions
Task Area 3: Recovery Support - Identify, develop, refine, demonstrate, and transition technologies and standards supporting recovery planning and operations
Task Area 4: Program Oversight - Provide oversight of all exercises, workshops, and demonstrations in order to tie together program efforts
Task Area 5: Integration - Support the above tasks by managing the transition of guidance, frameworks and processes, and technology solutions to end users at all levels of government