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Second Annual Homeland Defense & Security Education Summit The Business Emergency Operation BEOC Center Second Annual Homeland Defense & Security Education Summit The Business Emergency Operation BEOC Center A National Model for Private Sector Engagement in Exercises, Coordinated Response & Recovery 1

Establishing A BEOC Private Sector Engagement Model Key Components 1. Academia (Research/Program Integration) – Establishing A BEOC Private Sector Engagement Model Key Components 1. Academia (Research/Program Integration) – Dr. Chumer (NJIT) [email protected] edu 2. Private Sector (Collaboration & Private /Public Sector Partnerships) – Hank Straub (NJ Business Force – BENS) [email protected] org 3. Physical site /EOC test bed – Jackie Barnum, Armament, Research, Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC) jackie. [email protected] army. mil 4. Student Involvement (BEOC Web Portal) – Derek Linebarger (NJIT) Ph. D. Student 2

ACADEMIA • Mike Chumer, Ph. D. NJIT ACADEMIA • Mike Chumer, Ph. D. NJIT

Framing the BEOC • Activity theory/Action research/ Articulation – Ethnomethodology and activity theory approaches Framing the BEOC • Activity theory/Action research/ Articulation – Ethnomethodology and activity theory approaches (Nardi 1996, Dourish 2001, Spinuzzi 2003) establishment and maintenance of joint activities with focus on comm. and information exchanges – Cognitive Anthropology (D’Andrade 1995, Hutchins 1995) relation between cognition and culture – “social worlds” framework to sociology of organizations, occupations, and work (Becker 1982, Strauss 1993, Star 1995) observing and explaining interaction of independent occupation and organizational worlds – Critical theory backdrop (Marxist, structuralist, deconstruction, cultural, radical sociology)

Framing the BEOC (cont) • Academia (theory) – Collaboration (normal, geospatial, strategic) • Two Framing the BEOC (cont) • Academia (theory) – Collaboration (normal, geospatial, strategic) • Two DARPA SSTR/HADR brainstorming sessions Situational awareness Shared situational awareness Anticipatory processes Common Operating Picture Four dimensions of emergency management Command Control (C 2) – process, function, organization – Technology (information & communication) – – – 5

BEOC Capabilities Existing Future Notifications/ Alerts (CAPs) NC 4, NJN (datacasting) (1) NC 4+, BEOC Capabilities Existing Future Notifications/ Alerts (CAPs) NC 4, NJN (datacasting) (1) NC 4+, (2) NJN (datacasting on steroids, appliance development, testing potential miniaturization) (3) RACES, MARS, use of Ham radio technologies Intelligence (Anal. / Verif. ) ? ? Non classified repository – similar to competitive intelligence, text & data mining, content analysis for trends) Collaboration (SSA) Marratech (virtual) (4) Marratech with enhanced capabilities, IP based VTC, VTC room integration Physical ((5)ARDEC EOC, NJIT) Mobile & ((6)Monmouth Rapid Response) Communication (SSA) Internet+ & Internet 2 6

Reach-back (SSA) ? ? VTC + push to PDAs + other BEOCs + global Reach-back (SSA) ? ? VTC + push to PDAs + other BEOCs + global reach-back to pockets of expertise Incident management (Anal. / Verif. ) ? ? Link to ROIC, PA NY/NJ, NC 4, other BEOCs, DHS, N/NC Incident management support/ resource tracking (Anal. Verif. ) I-info BRN (7) Resource inventory control, Resource sharing (ROIC, N/NC, DHS) Visualization (SSA) ? ? GIS, GPS Modeling, simulations, training Integration (total emergency Management Planning) Phase I UAV modeling research w/ARDEC ? ? (8) Test EOC research project w/ARDEC (9) Phase II UAV Model Secure integrative portal ((10) moving from the class project), ROIC, PA NY/NJ (access to JSAS, access to NC 4 ESP) 7 others

Summary of Near-Term Technology Thrust Areas 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Summary of Near-Term Technology Thrust Areas 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Notifications/Alerts - NC 4+ (ESA notifications, BEOC login approval to ETeam, expanded BRN) Notifications/Alerts - NJN (datacasting on steroids, appliance development, testing potential miniaturization) Notifications/Alerts – RACES, MARS use & integration of ham radio technologies Collaboration Virtual C 2 - Marratech with enhanced capabilities ($) Collaboration Physical C 2 - ARDEC EOC, NJIT backup ($$) Collaboration Mobile C 2 - Monmouth Rapid Response (Mobile C 2 technology integration) Incident Management Support – BRN resource inventory control, resource sharing (ROIC, N/NC, DHS) Modeling, Sim. , trng -Test EOC research project w/ARDEC ($) Modeling, Sim. , trng – UAV phase II ($) Integration – Moving Portal from class project to “working prototype” 8

PRAXIS The Private Sector • Hank Straub – Col. USAF ret. – Program Director PRAXIS The Private Sector • Hank Straub – Col. USAF ret. – Program Director NJ Business Force/ BENS

Why Establish A BEOC? • Catastrophic events problematic – Possible broad range of consequences Why Establish A BEOC? • Catastrophic events problematic – Possible broad range of consequences • • • Economic Environmental Political Social Psychological • Continuity of Community endangered 10

Key Question How long will we be on our own? Self-Sufficiency improves the chances Key Question How long will we be on our own? Self-Sufficiency improves the chances of survival following catastrophic events 11

Unity of Effort A Necessity 12 Unity of Effort A Necessity 12

The Business Emergency Operations Center Resiliency is the Goal 13 The Business Emergency Operations Center Resiliency is the Goal 13

Underlying Concepts Organized & managed by Private Sector Offers multiple advantages ◦ Omni-directional communications Underlying Concepts Organized & managed by Private Sector Offers multiple advantages ◦ Omni-directional communications ◦ Links diverse groups Potentially limitless with right technologies ◦ Facilitates decision-making ◦ Coordinated response & recovery efforts ◦ Shared situational awareness • Helps reduce chaos 14

Shared Situation Awareness Sources of Information BEOC USNORTHCOM Counties & State Private Sector Networks Shared Situation Awareness Sources of Information BEOC USNORTHCOM Counties & State Private Sector Networks Resource Mobilization Information Sharing, Analysis & Related Activities Event Asset & Inventory Control Cross Sector Linkage & Collaboration Sector Representative Sector Status Sector Representative NGO Representative Sector Status Private Sector Representatives Association & Consortium Statuses 15

Primary BEOC Functions • Command, Control & Coordination o Private Sector touch point • Primary BEOC Functions • Command, Control & Coordination o Private Sector touch point • Communications nexus • Data collection, analysis & synthesis o Actionable intelligence o Expertise reach-back o Risk assessments • Clearinghouse for issues & questions o Sector specific issues 16

Primary BEOC Functions (Cont. ) • Decision making o Solution generation o Rapid dissemination Primary BEOC Functions (Cont. ) • Decision making o Solution generation o Rapid dissemination of information • Access to private sector resources o Monitoring mobilized private sector assets • Operational planning • Documentation & reporting BEOC Functions = Capabilities & Synergy 17

Business Emergency Operations Centers RECAP • Businesses helping Businesses & Businesses supporting public sector Business Emergency Operations Centers RECAP • Businesses helping Businesses & Businesses supporting public sector incident management through: – – Information Sharing Direct Assistance Resource Sharing Integrated Exercises • Communication conduits for collaboration & cooperation – Goals o An “engagement model” for use during coalition collaborations in response to catastrophic events o A technology & systems model to encourage interaction & create situational awareness o Preserve Continuity of Community & continuity of operations 18

ARDEC EOC test bed • Jackie Barnum – Homeland Defense Team, US Army ARDEC ARDEC EOC test bed • Jackie Barnum – Homeland Defense Team, US Army ARDEC

U. S. Army ARDEC Testbed EOC Strategic Objectives • Develop and demonstrate a state-of-the-art U. S. Army ARDEC Testbed EOC Strategic Objectives • Develop and demonstrate a state-of-the-art facility for prototyping, testing and integrating existing and emerging Homeland Defense / Homeland Security technologies • Provide a flexible, multi-tiered training and exercise center for military and civilian responders • Provide a 24/7 operational capability during realworld incidents for multi-agency C 2 and Continuity of Operations (COOP)

U. S. Army ARDEC Testbed EOC CORE FUNCTIONS KEY CAPABILITIES • Flexible, Reconfigurable HLD U. S. Army ARDEC Testbed EOC CORE FUNCTIONS KEY CAPABILITIES • Flexible, Reconfigurable HLD / HLS Technology Testbed • 40 + Operator Stations • Multi-Level EOC Exercise / Training Center • Unclassified Networks • Modeling & Simulation Center • Configurable to 5 + Autonomous EOCs • Integral Part of HLD Training Center • Strategic location on secured military base • Actual 24 / 7 Operational EOC

U. S. Army ARDEC Testbed EOC HLD Technology Testbed EOC U. S. Army ARDEC Testbed EOC HLD Technology Testbed EOC

U. S. Army ARDEC Testbed EOC Potential Partner Organizations PANYNJ JSAS Program Academia & U. S. Army ARDEC Testbed EOC Potential Partner Organizations PANYNJ JSAS Program Academia & Private Sector (BEOC) Morris, Bergen, and Essex County, NJ OEM State Police Fusion Centers NJ / NY / PA National Guard Area Maritime Security Committees (USCG) PA Emergency Management Agency OSD / GCCs / JFCOM / TRANSCOM DOJ / NIJ / FBI / JTTF / FLETC DHS / FEMA / DOT

Student Involvement • Derek Linebarger, Ph. D Student, Director Technology Robbinsville School District NJ Student Involvement • Derek Linebarger, Ph. D Student, Director Technology Robbinsville School District NJ

BEOC Agenda 2007/2008/2009 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Technology Meeting (Sept BEOC Agenda 2007/2008/2009 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Technology Meeting (Sept 2007) – Capabilities Matrix TOPOFF 4/Looking Glass (Oct 2007) – Activity 1 AAR – RDD in Jersey City Hurricane Response Virtual Exercise (Dec 2007) – Activity 2 AAR – Cat 3 Hurricane in NJ Exercise Hot Wash (Jan 9, 2008) Research Grant with ARDEC (March 2008) Initial Governance Committee Meeting (March 2008)- ADP, Verizon, Prudential, AIG, CIT Group, Goldman Sachs, Pfizer, NJIT, BENS NLE 2 -08 Exercise planning w DHS and N/NC (Feb -May 2008) Continue development activities & activity research framework to include exercises, collaborations & resource mobilization, deployment, & management (2008/2009) 25