Emergency Management in the Pacific Rim

From time to time, the Pacific Rim Region may be impacted by natural disasters or national emergencies. GSA is responsible for opening and closing federal buildings and leased locations where federal agencies are located.

In addition, GSA provides the Federal Executive Boards within the Pacific Rim Region with on-going building status reports and actively participates in communications planning to ensure coordinated media information in the event of an emergency.

In the event of an emergency, federal employees should follow their own agency's emergency procedures and monitor media announcements to obtain disaster or emergency related information. GSA will publish emergency information to the Emergency Response page when necessary.

Reporting Alternate Site Locations

All U.S. Government organizations and their associated entities (including HQ, regional, and field offices) must report the locations of their alternate sites (not devolution sites) for entry in a classified central database, as mandated by the National Continuity Policy Implementation Plan.

Organizations can comply with this mandate by completing and submitting the Standard Form 336, “GSA Alternate Facility Reporting Form.” The form is available via classified systems by using this private connection.

Organizations without access to classified systems can access this form via unclassified means from the GSA Forms Library and submit it via classified fax to (202) 501-1068.

Organizations are required to annually review and re-submit their SF-336. Please contact GSA's Office of Emergency Response and Recovery at eoc@gsa.gov or (202) 501-0012 for further instructions.

Last Reviewed 2016-03-05