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Monday, January 20, 2014

South Ops Redesigned Sit/209 ICS-209 (FAMWEB) program deployed today #CaFire

The redesigned Sit/209 program is on track to be deployed in the
Fire and Aviation Management Web Applications system
(FAMWEB) on January 20, 2014 approximately 0900 PST.

What this means for dispatch offices and ongoing large incidents
is the legacy Sit/209 (Old 209) database program will be deactivated and the new program will go live.

Those dispatch offices that are currently experiencing fire activity
should coordinate the transition from the legacy program to the new program with their Geographic Area Intelligence Coordinator.

Large incidents that are submitting ICS-209 reports at the time of the transition to the new program will merely switch to the new 209 program.

It is recommended that you print a copy of the last 209 entered.
It will be useful for active incidents that have been submitting
209 reports. Incidents will be manually updated in the new program.

South Ops will be hosting 1 hour long webinars for ECC’s on
(209) Saturday January 26th at 1200 PST, (SIT) Thursday
January 30th at 1200 PST. and (209) Friday January 31st at 1400 PST

Conference line information will be emailed to the ECC Chiefs this week.

Additional Webinars will be held with details will follow


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