The fiscal year target values (shown in the figure) represent projections that DOJ determines based on estimated future threats.
Percentage of intelligence reports rated “satisfactory” or higher in customer feedback that enable customers to understand the threat: Timely intelligence and information is necessary to keep the homeland safe in a constantly changing threat environment.
FBI defines a “disruption” as inhibiting or interrupting a threat actor from engaging in criminal or national security-related activity.
In fiscal year 2015, DOJ achieved 440 terrorism “disruptions,” an increase from 214 disruptions in fiscal year 2014.
Preparedness stakeholders—including private and nonprofit sectors, faith-based organizations, and all levels of government—can and do use the core capabilities to align their planning, training, exercise, and resourcing efforts.
Each year, jurisdictions face major disasters and emergencies that stress the Nation’s collective abilities and resources.
provides all levels of government, the private and nonprofit sectors, and the public with practical insights into preparedness to support decisions about program priorities, resource allocations, and community actions.