The Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) doctrine consists of fundamental principles that frame a common approach to exercises. Applying these principles to both the management of an exercise program and the execution of individual exercises is critical to the effective examination of capabilities.

  • Guided by elected and appointed officials
  • Capability-based, objective driven
  • Progressive planning approach
  • Whole community integration
  • Informed by risk
  • Common methodology

ADPH currently uses the HSEEP principles for their exercises.

HSEEP Policy and Guidance

Page last updated: January 29, 2018