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Sign up to receive free email notifications when new information is available from the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA). With a subscription profile, you automatically receive updates without having to return to the website and check for changes.

Email lists available

Here are some of the lists that you can subscribe to:

  • Coffee Break Bulletins
  • Executive Fire Officer Program updates
  • Fire prevention and safety news and resources
  • Firefighter fatality notifications
  • National Fire Academy news, announcements and course vacancies
  • National Fire Incident Reporting System news and coding bulletins
  • Operational briefing for the fire and emergency services (daily)
  • TRADENET (weekly)
  • NETC Library research monitor/newsletter
  • USFA news and announcements
  • The @usfire Twitter feed (daily)
“The InfoGram” is a weekly EMR-ISAC newsletter with four short articles about protecting critical infrastructures and emergency responders from threats and vulnerabilities.
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