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Federal Government Agency Participants

participants are registered by federal government agencies for Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills worldwide in 2018. Most participate in Official ShakeOut Regions.

9,829,444 of these participants are registered by 15 federal government agencies in other regions.

Scroll down to see the federal government agencies who agreed to be listed on this website when they registered. (Not listed?)

Other Lists

Participants in other categories:

 

Federal government agencies registered in official ShakeOut regions:

 

federal government agencies registered for the 2018 ShakeOut

Names are linked if a website was provided during registration.

If an organization has registered it is listed in bold type. 

Most organizations register on behalf of all their locations. Some locations may also register and are listed beneath their parent organization name. In this case their participants are not added to the overall total (to avoid duplication).

When a location registers but the parent organization does not, the parent organization name is not bold.

Albania

Peace Corps, Peace Corps Albania, Tirana, other
Armenia

U.S. Peace Corps
U.S. Peace Corps Armenia, Yerevan
Canada

Natural Resources Canada
Canmet Bells Corners Campus, Ottawa, ON
        CanmetENERGY Devon, Devon, AB
Natural Resources Canada
Surveyor General Branch, Natural Resources Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba
China

Peace corps
Peace Corps China, Chengdu, other
Jamaica

UK Government
British High Commission, Kingston, Kingston 10, St Andrew
Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Of

Peace Corps Macedonia, Skopje, other
Philippines

Metro Manila ShakeDrill 2017, Makati City, other
Taiwan

Taiwan Disaster Drills, National Fire Agency, Ministry of the Interior, Nationwide, other
Tonga

MEIDECC
National Emergency Management Office, Nukualofa, other
Ukraine

Peace Corps Ukraine, Safety and Security Division, Kyiv, other

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