Disaster Logistics

Disaster Logistics

Logistics Management Directorate

Picture of Deputy Director Medigovich Deputy Director
Mitch Medigovich

​The Logistics Management Directorate provides mission and organizational support across four areas: Disaster Logistics Planning and Coordination, Procurement and Logistical Services, Information Technology, and Public Safety Communications.

Disaster Logistics Planning and Coordination Branch

The Disaster Logistics Planning and Coordination Branch is staffed with eight managers and twenty six analytical staff.  The Branch implements the Cal OES Continuity of Operations/Continuity of Government plan focusing on essential functions and ensuring continued operations during emergencies. The Branch maintains mission-critical operations after an emergency or disaster and provides logistical planning, synchronization, accountability, and delivery of resources to support California’s catastrophic disaster plans.  The branch oversees and provides support for over fifty locations throughout California including capital outlay construction projects.  

Logistical Services

Provides day-to-day operations of business services and facility support, including property management, facility leasing, records and forms management, courier services, shipping and receiving, and reproduction services. Also responsible for fleet administration, contracting and procurement, and property inventory control.

Information Technology

Provides all necessary Cal OES information technology systems including enterprise applications, desktop and mobile PCs, mobile and desk phones. Provides email, remote access, network printing, Cal EOC, file sharing, and web services to the public, partners, and staff.

Public Safety Communications

Responsible for design, installation, maintenance, and repair of the statewide microwave network and public safety radio communications systems used by the State’s public safety agencies’ first responders on a 24 hours/7 days-a-week/365 days-a-year basis. Responsible for oversight and support of the 9-1-1 network serving the State’s 452 Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs). Operates as the point of contact with the National First Responders Network Board of Directors to implement the National Public Safety Broadband Network.


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