President Obama's top advisers on foreign policy, health and foreign aid will huddle today to discuss the relief efforts in Haiti, the White House announced.

National Security Adviser Jim Jones will chair the meeting, which will include the heads of just about every department and agency involved in U.S. operations in the devestated country. President Obama will not attend the meeting, but Vice President Biden will.

The White House expects the following officials to attend:

Vice President Biden
Secretary of State Clinton
Secretary of Defense Gates
Secretary of Homeland Security Napolitano
Secretary of Health & Human Services Sebelius
Ambassador Susan Rice, Permanent U.S. Representative to the United Nations
USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah
FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate
Deputy Secretary of State Jack Lew
Under Secretary of Defense Michele Flournoy
General James E. Cartwright, USMC, Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Cheryl Mills, Counselor and Chief of Staff to Secretary Clinton
Tom Donilon, Deputy National Security Advisor
John Brennan, Assistant to the President for Counterterrorism and Homeland Security
Mona Sutphen, White House Deputy Chief of Staff
Denis McDonough, National Security Council Chief of Staff