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Homeland Security Standards Database (HSSD) Presented by Bob Hager October 21, 2009 1 Homeland Security Standards Database (HSSD) Presented by Bob Hager October 21, 2009 1

HSSD background n n n Goal: provide one-stop access to standards information related to HSSD background n n n Goal: provide one-stop access to standards information related to HS. Launched in 2004 with DHS funding HSSP developed initial list of standards Portal built on ANSI NSSN database ANSI on-going roles: Ø Infrastructure / interface Ø Standards identification Ø Classification Ø Data exchange with other HS standards resources, e. g. RKB Ø Coordinate and facilitate improvements to all of the above HSSP Plenary October 21, 2009 Slide 2

Features of www. hssd. us n n n Search on keyword or document number Features of www. hssd. us n n n Search on keyword or document number Advanced search, including filtering by SDO Classification-based searches – select one or more categories from hierarchical classification scheme Alerting Links from Responder Knowledge Base (https: //www. rkb. us/) HSSP Plenary October 21, 2009 Slide 3

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The numbers n NSSN Ø Ø n HSSD Ø Ø n 5, 000 records The numbers n NSSN Ø Ø n HSSD Ø Ø n 5, 000 records (1. 5% of total) 130 SDOs (14% of total) SDO concentration – the long tail Ø n 300, 000 records 950 SDOs Top 10% of SDOs by record count = 75% of total records High concentration of international/foreign standards represented HSSP Plenary October 21, 2009 Slide 9

Top 10% (13) of HSSD SDOs ISO US Do. D Rec Count % of Top 10% (13) of HSSD SDOs ISO US Do. D Rec Count % of Total 1, 006 20. 31% US DOD 448 9. 04% NFPA National Fire Protection Association 446 9. 00% CEN European Committee for Standardization 310 6. 26% AASHTO American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials 305 6. 16% IEC 238 4. 80% ASTM International 177 3. 57% DIN Deutsches Institut fur Normung 169 3. 41% SAI Standards Australia 133 2. 68% NATO 128 2. 58% KSA Korean Standards Association 126 2. 54% ITI (INCITS) National Committee for Information Technology Standards 122 2. 46% UL Underwriters Laboratories 107 2. 16% HSSP Plenary October 21, 2009 Slide 10

Selection challenges n n n How broad or narrow should the inclusion criteria be? Selection challenges n n n How broad or narrow should the inclusion criteria be? In general, we’ve been told to err on the side of inclusion, although this approach risks diluting value Degree of inclusion challenge depends on topic – e. g. , some SDOs should/could be included wholesale HSSP Plenary October 21, 2009 Slide 11

Selection challenges - examples n n n Water quality Ø General water treatment and Selection challenges - examples n n n Water quality Ø General water treatment and vs. emergency water supply treatment Ø “Chemicals used for treatment of water intended for human consumption - Hexafluorosilicic acid”? Medical Ø Limiting to emergency medical equipment/processes Ø “Tracheal tubes and connectors”? Ships and Marine Technology Ø Yes: “Signs and plates for fire fighting, life-saving appliances and means of escape” Ø But Yes or No? “Radio communication equipment and systems Digital interfaces - Serial data instrument network” HSSP Plenary October 21, 2009 Slide 12

Next steps n n n n Seek input on approach to inclusion/exclusion Engage subject Next steps n n n n Seek input on approach to inclusion/exclusion Engage subject matter experts – more proactive identification of HS standards, including classification SDO advisory committee? Taxonomy refinement RKB – enhance automation, improve metadata richness Functionality/interface improvements? “Richness” of data – i. e. , additional fields Document delivery? HSSP Plenary October 21, 2009 Slide 13