Community Resiliency Improvement Status Portal



The Community Resiliency Improvement Status Portal (CRISP) was developed by Austin and Travis County Emergency Management Offices to provide insights into disaster response and recovery efforts. The new system features After Action Reports from significant community emergencies dating back from 2013 to present day. The system outlines key information from disaster responses and tracks progress towards After Action Report recommendations.

CRISP Dashboard
CRISP provides status updates on recommendations from After Action Reports (AAR) and Corrective Action Plans (CAP) that are created after a major emergency occurs in Austin and Travis County. The AARs and CAPs examine the preparation, planning and response to emergencies. This information is reviewed so that Austin-Travis County can gain a better understanding of what worked well and what can be improved upon to provide timely critical services to residents during significant emergency events.
The CRISP dashboard is a snapshot of the After Action Report recommendations identified by individual emergency events (see tiles below) or as a summary (directly below).  The dashboard is used to display the status of events, mission areas, core capabilities, or percentage of completion for each  recommendation.   
CRISP Status Key
The information in CRISP can be sorted by FEMA mission area or capability, by event, recommendation, or status.
CRISP Status Data Key
Each after action recommendation in the CRISP system is updated with a status.
Completed: A recommendation item is marked completed when all components are complete and status has been verified.
In Progress: The recommendation item has been assigned to a department and work is underway. The status of an item is indicated by percent complete (0 %, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100).
Not Started: The recommendation item has been assigned to a department, but progress on the item has not yet begun, or the department has not recently updated the status of the item.  
On Hold or Pending: The recommendation item has not been assigned nor has work begun. For example, the item could be waiting on appropriate resources to be available or the item may not have required funding available to begin on the recommendation.
Closed: A recommendation item is closed if it is a component of another action item, or cannot be completed due to a constraint (i.e. technology, resource, or funding).