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Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center

Who we are ...

The Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center (LA BEOC) is a partnership between:

  • Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP)
  • Louisiana Economic Development (LED)
  • National Incident Management Systems & Advanced Technologies (NIMSAT) Institute, University of Louisiana at Lafayette (UL Lafayette)
  • Stephenson Disaster Management Institute (SDMI) at Louisiana State University (LSU)

Register NOW!

Do you have products + services that the State might need?
If you are a Louisiana business and want to receive emergency - and disaster-related information alerts; know what products and services are needed; and/or to make donations and volunteer support, visit labeoc.org and register to become a part of the LA BEOC. It's as easy as 1, 2, 3.

To learn more...

Visit labeoc.org and/or click to download the LA BEOC brochure.

LA BEOC Information:

LA BEOC Quick Facts
LA BEOC Assessment

What we do ...

The LA BEOC works with businesses to improve emergency and disaster response + recovery through:

  • Preparedness
  • Communications with business + industry before, during and after disaster events.
  • Resource needs + availability + deployment decision making.
  • Self-sufficiency by increasing the use of Louisiana businesses in meeting emergency and/or disaster-related needs, reducing Louisiana's reliance on FEMA + other Federal + out-of-State assistance providers.


LA BEOC Relocated to UL Lafayette

University of Louisiana at Lafayette President Joseph Savoie, NIMSAT Institute Director Michael Dunaway, GOHSEP Director Kevin Davis, UL Lafayette Vice President for Research Ramesh Kolluru, University of Louisiana System Chairman of the Board Gerald Hebert, GOHSEP Chief of Staff Christina Dayries, GOHSEP Assistant Deputy Director Kevin Breaux, One Acadiana President Jason El Koubi, NIMSAT Institute Emergency Operations Specialist Clay Rives and NIMSAT Institute Site Director Raju Gottumukkala.

Need Help?

To learn more about the Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center (LA BEOC) contact: