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RAINS and Connect & Protect Update to Portland City Council August 11, 2004
Emergency Information Sharing Agreement • Purpose – Enhance Public Safety – Improve Preparedness • Information Sharing – 9 -1 -1 Information for Police and Fire Incidents – Pro-Bono program in place with Portland Public Schools – Targeted and Available • Shared with Homeland Security Stakeholders – People who protect people and property • The right information to the right people at the right time
Today, in the State of Oregon • Since Aug. ‘ 03 Connect & Protect™ (C&P) Oregon program links… – Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management – the 9 -1 -1 centers of the state’s two most populous counties – and over 60 important local organizations • Is a deployed, highly secure, Internet-based sensitive information-sharing network that distributes targeted, real-time emergency preparedness/response information
RAINS Regional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security • Mobilized post-September 11, 2001, as a 501 (C) (6) non-profit mutual benefit corporation Public / Private Partnership Profile Over 50 participating organizations including Intel, HP, ESRI, People. Soft, Tripwire, Digimarc, Kryptiq, Fortix and Swan Island Networks • • – – – Federal engagements with the Defense Department, TSA, NIST and others Participant in JWID, June 2004 Controlled by a public/private Board of Directors, made up in equal parts of public officials and private sector representatives
Our Nation’s Information Sharing Mandate: • We must move from vertical (silo-oriented) ‘need to know’ to horizontal, highly-secure, cross-organizational and targeted ‘need to share’ information culture • Create highly-responsive, crossorganizational, tiered information networks for sharing sensitive but unclassified (SBU) information • Public-private partnerships are crucial
Connect & Protect Oregon: City of Portland Serves as the National Model • Deployed first in Portland, Oregon • Aug. ’ 03 in 911 center – Over 100, 000 events processed – Now over 5, 000 incidents processed per day • Proposed as technology foundation for a growing number of state/local grant applications (State of Louisiana; State of Oregon; City of Augusta Ga. , etc. ) • Expanding to multiple Oregon counties – C&P now in Hillsboro – soon expanding to other Washington County cities
Connect & Protect Oregon: City of Portland Serves as the National Model • Connect and Protect Safe Schools Initiative (pro-bono) – Links schools to the emergency management system – Perpetual free C&P licenses, services from RAINS to participating schools – Used today by K-12, Portland State University security department
Oregon’s Connect & Protect Network: Live, 24 hours a day, since Aug 2003 Building Management (Building & Office Management Assn. ) 9 -1 -1 Hospitals (Providence, Oregon Health Sciences University) (Multnomah County, Washington County) Hotels State & Local Agencies (Hilton) (Regional Maritime Security Coalition) (Oregon Emergency Management) NGOs Financial (Red Cross) Multnomah County Transportation (Wells Fargo) City of Portland Manufacturing (Freightliner) (Parole Board) University System (Portland State, Oregon State, Southern Oregon) Large Employers (Intel Corp. ) K-12 Schools (Multnomah County)
RAINS: Oregon Momentum • Oregon Emergency Management (OEM) Connect & Protect • $100 k grant has been announced • Initial plan: connect 5 counties • First to Connect: Multnomah, Marion and Morrow counties • Will create new statewide emergency electronic library • Can be model for national system
RAINS: Oregon Momentum • MCEM: Multnomah County Emergency Management • To be formally approved by Multnomah Co Bd. of Supervisors Aug 19 • 100 installations of the client into C&P Oregon • Tri-Met, Port of PDX, Dept of Human Services, Red Cross, PGE, NW Nat Gas, Water District, Office of Med Examiner • Will substantially boost C&P reach and value • Can prove as foundation for Threat Matrix
RAINS Traction • TSA CIAC Cooperative Agreement • CIAC is “Cargo Information Action Center” • Announce funding of $1. 62 m Federal funding under and R&D grant (Cooperative agreement with TSA/DHS) • Regional Maritime Security Coalition (RMSC) is the ‘prime’ contractor to TSA • RAINS is the sub-recipient of the contract and primary technical contributor
RAINS Traction • TSA CIAC Cooperative Agreement • Project objectives are: • Demonstrate improved regional commerce opportunities as a result of community support and cooperation • Demonstrate that technical and cultural hurdles can be overcome to improve crossjurisdictional / cross agency coordination of events • Serve as a national model for geographical and sector based information sharing.
RAINS: National Reach (announced projects) • Louisiana Regional Emergency Command Operations Network (LA-RECON) • Underway, funded by Do. D • Mission: To link Do. D and Louisiana State Police to critical oil and chemical infrastructure • Swan Island Tier I vendor subcontract to Northrop Grumman; RAINS a sub to Swan Island • RAINS role, Phase I (3 mo, $35 k): • Content supplier for info sharing network • Policy and legal assistance • Info network system administration
Other Active RAINS Initiatives 1. Oregon, Louisiana ITEP grant applications (w/ NWFPA and LSP) 2. HSARPA national info sharing architecture RFP 3. Homeland Security Operations Center (HSOC) 4. DHS Cybersecurity Division 5. ESRI User Conference (free booth, sales meetings); Geo. Intel 6. UASI message switch
The Key – Public Private Partnerships Ace Communications, Inc. · Ater Wynne LLP · Axian, Inc. · Barney & Associates · Centerlogic · Centrisoft Corporation · Digimarc · Eid Passport, Inc. · ESRI · FORTi. X · Galois · Greger/Peterson Associates, Inc. · Hewlett-Packard · Hillsdale Corp. · ICCT Corp. · Immunix, Inc. · Integrated Information Systems (IIS) · Intel · IPT Northwest LLC · KPMG · Kryptiq Corporation · Minds' I Laboratories, Inc. · Natural Interaction Systems · OECDD · Oregon 3 D, Inc. · Oregon University System (OUS) · Pacific Crest Securities · PCTest Corporation · Portland State University · Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt, P. C. · Swan Island Networks, Inc. · The CAD Zone · Tripwire, Inc. · Webridge, Inc.