Disaster Management Interoperability Services (DMIS)
at the Laurel, Maryland Showcase

Martin A. Flemion
Emergency Operations Director
City of Laurel, Maryland

Maryanne Anthony
Director, Information Technology & Community Services
City of Laurel, Maryland

Scott Eyestone, O.D.
Responder Liaison
DHS Disaster Management Interoperability Services Program

August 13, 2003 -- 12:00 Noon Eastern Time

(MS Word)
Slides: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
DMIS After Action Report

Related Websites:
FEMA July 10 Press Release
Office of Management and Budget July 10 News Release
City of Laurel EOC Page
DMIS Website

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Dr. Eyestone is internationally recognized for his expertise in object-oriented analysis for health care and disaster preparedness automated information systems. He is currently the Responder Liaison for the DHS Disaster Management Interoperability Services program. He recently served as functional co-chair of the health care domain task force within the Object Management Group, an international standards development organization for object-oriented technology. Dr. Eyestone has served as an architecture and standards implementation consultant to the U. S. Department of Defense (DoD) Military Health System Program Executive Office for Information Technology, and led object-oriented analysis and design teams for DoD and U.S. Government computer-based patient records systems.

Dr. Eyestone is recognized throughout DoD, The Joint Staff, and unified commands for his creative concepts in the areas of: automated planning tool development; planning factor analysis; strategic acquisition and operations planning; medical informatics; ambulatory health care; and development of the Joint Medical Planners Course curriculum. He was the functional architect and project manager for the External Logistics Processor-Medical (LPXMED), DoD's first joint medical support simulator. LPXMED is now deployed world-wide as The Joint Staff Medical Analysis Tool, a component of DoD's Global Command and Control System.