Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS)

Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS)

The IPAWS program will modernize and enhance alert and warning delivery to the American public. Established by Presidential Executive Order 13407, IPAWS brings together existing and new public alert and warning systems and technologies in order to provide government alerting authorities at all levels a broader range of message options and communications pathways.

During an emergency, the IPAWS will facilitate timely delivery of alert and warning information over more media to more people before, during, and after a disaster. In the event of a national emergency, the President will be able to use the IPAWS to send a message to the American people quickly and simultaneously through multiple communications pathways.

The IPAWS will also provide Federal, State, local, tribal and territorial governments with capability to integrate their alert and warning systems with the national alert and warning infrastructure. Through this, the IPAWS will increase resilience of local systems and provide additional means by which life-saving information is distributed during a crisis.

Address

State Emergency Operations Center
5636 E McDowell Road Bldg. M5103
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Phone: (602) 464-6307