InciWeb is an interagency all-risk incident web information management system provided by the United States Forest Service released in 2004. It was originally developed for wildland fire emergencies, but can be also used for other emergency incidents (natural disasters, such as earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc.).
It was developed with two primary missions:
- 1. Provide the public a single source of incident related information
- 2. Provide a standardized reporting tool for the Public Affairs community
Official announcements include evacuations, road closures, news releases, maps, photographs, and basic info and current situation about the incident.
Incident information can be accessed by:
- Database server
- Administrative server
- Load balancer for the public content which routes traffic to a pool of eight servers.
InciWeb was having technical difficulties due to the high volume of Internet users trying to access the site during the September–October 2006 Day Fire  and the Summer 2008 California wildfires.
- United States Forest Service
- Bureau of Land Management
- Bureau of Indian Affairs
- Fish and Wildlife Service
- National Park Service
- National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
- Department of the Interior Office of Aircraft Services
- National Association of State Foresters
- United States Fire Administration
These same agencies are also in the National Interagency Fire Center.
- . Alexa Internet.
- About Us, National Geographic Area Coordination Centers (GACC).
- About this Site. InciWeb. Retrieved 2009-08-30.
- inciweb on Twitter
- Enterprise IT Solutions: About NITC. Office of the Chief Information Officer, United States Department of Agriculture.
- Public home page for InciWeb. MyFireCommunity.Net - Neighborhood. The professional collaboration site for wildland fire practitioners.
- Case Study, Emergencity.
- InciWeb Problems Are Bull…. June–July 2008. W.I.S.E. Fire Tracking, Western Institute for Study of the Environment. Retrieved 2009-09-02.
- Inciweb official website
- Judith L. Downing, Ronald W. Hodgson, Jonathan G. Taylor, and Shana C. Gillette. Fire Information for Communities at Risk in Interface Wildfires: Lessons Learned From the 2003 Southern California Megafires. pages 135-152 in Fire Social Science Research From the Pacific Southwest Research Station: Studies Supported by National Fire Plan Funds. August 2008. United States Forest Service. InciWeb is mentioned on page 139, footnote 11.