The article discusses the Regional Resilience Framework, which is a tool created by the Department of Homeland Security to help states and regions plan for and respond to major disasters. The tool consists of four main components: risk assessment, response planning, funding, and training and exercise. The article goes on to discuss how the tool has been used in the past to respond to disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and the 2010 BP oil spill. The article also discusses how the tool can be used in the future to prepare for and respond to major disasters.

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