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Office of Emergency Communications Indiana Statewide Interoperable Communications Conference Chris Essid, Director Office of Office of Emergency Communications Indiana Statewide Interoperable Communications Conference Chris Essid, Director Office of Emergency Communications July 1, 2008 1

§ OEC Overview § Technical Assistance § Coordination and Collaboration § Policy and Planning § OEC Overview § Technical Assistance § Coordination and Collaboration § Policy and Planning § Key Initiatives § Statewide Communication Interoperability Plans (SCIPs) § SCIP Implementation Planning Reports § Products in Development to Support SCIP Implementation § National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP) § Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program (IECGP) § Moving Emergency Communications Forward 2

Office of Emergency Communications Title XVIII of the Homeland Security Act of 2002, as Office of Emergency Communications Title XVIII of the Homeland Security Act of 2002, as amended, established the Office of Emergency Communications IWN Office of Emergency Communications OEC supports and promotes the ability of emergency responders and government officials to communicate in the event of natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or other man-made disasters, and works to ensure, accelerate, and attain interoperable and operable emergency communications nationwide. 3

Technical Assistance § OEC provides technical assistance to States, territories, and localities designed to Technical Assistance § OEC provides technical assistance to States, territories, and localities designed to address governance, SOPs, technology, training & exercises, and usage § OEC technical assistance has supported, among other activities: § § § Development of Tactical Interoperable Communication Plans, SCIPs, and PSIC Investment Justifications Use of Communication Asset Survey and Mapping (CASM) tool OEC will leverage the SCIP Implementation Reports to align future technical assistance offerings with State/territory technical support requirements to address identified interoperability gaps. 4

Coordination and Collaboration With States, territories, localities, and tribal nations § OEC develops practitioner Coordination and Collaboration With States, territories, localities, and tribal nations § OEC develops practitioner working groups to assist in the development of policy, guidance, tools, and templates § SAFECOM Executive Committee (EC) and Emergency Response Council (ERC) promotes good governance, best practices, and lessons learned With other Federal agencies § Federal Partnership for Interoperable Communications (FPIC) consists of over 44 Federal entities § Partnerships with NCS, Commerce, Defense, Justice, FEMA, FCC, and others With the Private Sector § Through the National Emergency Communications Cross-sector working group § Joint industry-government recommendations on emergency communications standards development 5

Policy and Planning § Developing and integrating national policy and plans for emergency communications Policy and Planning § Developing and integrating national policy and plans for emergency communications and interoperability § Partnering with Federal, State, local, tribal, private sector, nongovernmental organizations, and industry groups within the Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council (CIPAC) § Assessing and reporting on progress toward achieving national objectives and the effectiveness of initiatives to address the identified vulnerabilities § Developing policy and guidance targeting Federal grant assistance to achieve national emergency communications goals and objectives 6

Key Initiatives 7 Key Initiatives 7

Statewide Communication Interoperability Plans § The SCIPs are locally-driven, multi-jurisdictional, and multi-disciplinary statewide plans Statewide Communication Interoperability Plans § The SCIPs are locally-driven, multi-jurisdictional, and multi-disciplinary statewide plans to enhance emergency communications interoperability that address all lanes of the SAFECOM Interoperability Continuum § As of April 18, 2008, all 56 SCIPs were approved § OEC, in partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and National Telecommunications and Information Administration, held a joint peerreview conference to review the SCIPs and PSIC Investment Justifications § OEC will continue to support the enhancement and implementation of the SCIPs through: - Technical assistance - Guidance documents - Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program 8

SCIP Implementation Planning Reports § OEC will use the SCIPs, SCIP Peer Review Worksheets, SCIP Implementation Planning Reports § OEC will use the SCIPs, SCIP Peer Review Worksheets, and other source documents to extract State/territory: § Current state of interoperable communications capabilities § Interoperability gaps § Strategic initiatives and next steps § The report will help OEC target the necessary guidance, technical assistance, and Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program (IECGP) funding to help States/territories address their gaps and enhance interoperability. 9

Products in Development by OEC § Statewide Communications Interoperability Governance Best Practices Methodology: Best Products in Development by OEC § Statewide Communications Interoperability Governance Best Practices Methodology: Best practices to develop statewide governance structures § Strategic Plan Implementation Guide: Guidance to support statewide efforts to implement SCIPs § Capabilities Assessment Guide: Targeted guidance to assist practitioners in the development and execution of a capabilities assessment 10

National Emergency Communications Plan § Congress required OEC to develop the NECP to: - National Emergency Communications Plan § Congress required OEC to develop the NECP to: - Support and promote the ability of emergency response providers and relevant government officials to continue to communicate in the event of natural disasters, acts of terrorism, and other man-made disasters Ensure, accelerate, and attain interoperable emergency communications nationwide § OEC is developing the NECP in cooperation with: - Federal departments and agencies State, local, and tribal governments Emergency response providers Private sector 11

National Emergency Communications Plan (cont. ) § The NECP is a strategic plan that National Emergency Communications Plan (cont. ) § The NECP is a strategic plan that is scheduled for delivery to Congress in July 2008 § The NECP will set national goals and objectives to improve interoperability, and continuity of communications for Federal, State, local, and tribal emergency responders § Title XVIII of the Homeland Security Act, as amended, requires: - Future Alignment with NECP Goals and Objectives: Future interoperability grant programs (IECGP) and State planning (SCIPs) are to align with the goals of the NECP Federal and Regional Reporting: Federal (ECPC) and Regional (Regional Emergency Communications Coordination Working Group [RECCWG]) coordination bodies are to produce annual reports on their progress in advancing the goals of the NECP 12

Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program Legislation and Appropriation § Section 1809 of Title XVIII Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program Legislation and Appropriation § Section 1809 of Title XVIII of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (2007) established the IECGP § Legislation specifies that grants will be made to States and territories to “carry out initiatives to improve local, tribal, statewide, regional, national and, where appropriate, international interoperable emergency communications” § Authorizes at least $1. 6 billion from Fiscal Year (FY) 2008 – 2012 - FY 2008: “Such sums as may be necessary” - FY 2009 – 2012: $400 million each fiscal year - Each subsequent FY: “Such sums as may be necessary” $50 M appropriated in FY 2008 13

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National Interoperability Field Operations Guide § The NIFOG is a pocket-sized collection of spectrum National Interoperability Field Operations Guide § The NIFOG is a pocket-sized collection of spectrum reference material for field personnel responsible for emergency response that will be used for spectrum coordination in response to emergency situations § Developed in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Chief Information Officer’s Spectrum Management Office § The NIFOG contains sections on: - Regulations and guidelines for national interoperability Tables of nationwide interoperability channels Common communications references Tables of commonly used frequencies § The first version of the NIFOG was published in September 2007 and 1, 000 copies were distributed § A revised version was issued in March 2008 and to date there are requests for more than 2, 500 copies 19