National Domestic Preparedness Consortium launches new Twitter account



February 1, 2021

BATON ROUGE – The National Domestic Preparedness Consortium is excited to announce the launch of its official Twitter account, @NDPC_US, on Monday, February 1. This account will serve as a way to engage with emergency responders and consolidate all of the courses and resources from NDPC members in one place.

 In the first few weeks of the launch, the account will feature a modified NDPC video that is also available on the website, highlights of individual member organizations, and information from the 2020 NDPC Annual Report. The account will serve as a central location for emergency responders to find resources, class information, and events from each NDPC member organization.

NDPC Chair Jeff Mayne says the Twitter page is yet another way that NDPC continues to innovate its resources to support emergency responders in a more technologically-connected world, especially due to the pandemic that has forced many to seek resources online instead of in person.

“We are excited for this Twitter account to reach new audiences and connect our current audience with other NDPC members,” Mayne said. “This past year, our organization has increased our online presence through videos, social media and e-Learning to provide resources to responders. We look forward to collaborating with our consortium members and using technology to adapt to our ever-changing world.”

To follow @NDPC_US, please visit


 About the NDPC:

The NDPC is a partnership of several nationally recognized organizations whose membership is based on the urgent need to address the counter-terrorism preparedness needs of the nation’s emergency first responders within the context of all hazards including chemical, biological, radiological, and explosive Weapons of Mass Destruction hazards.

The consortium is made up of seven members, including the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) in Anniston, Alabama; the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech); Louisiana State University’s National Center for Biomedical Research and Training/Academy of Counter-Terrorist Education (LSU NCBRT/ACE); Texas A&M University National Emergency Response and Recovery Training Center (TEEX/NERRTC); the Department of Energy’s Nevada Test Site (NTS); the Transportation Technology Center, Inc. (TTCI) and the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center at the University of Hawaii (NDPTC). For more information on the NDPC and its members, please visit