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1 Wisconsin Credentialing Proposal Wisconsin Credentialing Proposal Tier II/III Credential System Overview Doe John A ANYTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT Chlorine Accident

2 Background 9/11 Pentagon access, accountability in New York HSPD 12 – Federal personal identity proofing, verification and issuance Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 201 System for resource management, accountability & safety, and to prevent self-deployment FIPS 201 calls for visual identification, qualification Federally-compliance – for access to Federal system and facilities, and future funding 2008 NIMS compliance objective – states to plan HSC presentation – July 2008 NIMS Guideline for Credentialing Personnel (July 2011)

3 Wisconsin Homeland Security Strategy Goal 5.4: Establish a statewide credentialing system Objective 5.4.1: Initiate statewide system to credential emergency management/response personnel to ensure proper authorization and access to an incident including those involving mutual aid agreements and\or assistance agreements. Objective would include: Supported by the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council, designate a credentialing and typing authority empowered by the State for overall management of the credentialing and typing functions and processes. Determine how the State will implement credentialing and typing of resources, including how each of the disciplines and various groups will be credentialed and typed and which agencies and/or organizations will be authorized to perform the process of credentialing by September 2012.

4 Wisconsin Homeland Security Strategy Goal 5.4: Establish a statewide credentialing system Objective 5.4.2: Institute policies, plans, procedures, and protocols to prevent deployment of resources/personnel that bypass official resource coordination processes (i.e., resources requested through improper channels). Objective would include: Establish agreements with other states, in addition to EMAC, so that these credentials will be recognized under their laws by September Develop and implement an electronic identification card that meets federal standards and provides identification, qualifications, and deployment status by September Adhere to the standards of EMAC. Goal Champion: DMA (WEM)

5 Credentialing Lexicon Credentialed – a person must meet four fundamental elements: Identity Qualifications Affiliation Authorization for deployment Administrative function Mission request FIPS 201 Validation Process What do you have? Card and PIN Who are you? Identification verified Where are you from? Agency affiliation What can you do? Qualifications Are you supposed to be here? Mission orders

6 WIRELESS EXCHANGE FIELD ACCESS BY PDF BAR CODE OFF SITE COORDINATION CARD ISSUING PROCESS BIOMETRIC READER Levels of Implementation Situational Awareness Validation, Resource Accountability & Management Identification, Verification & Enrollment

7 System Implementation Plan

8 FIPS Credentialing Enrollment Process APPLICANT Requests Card SPONSOR Approves Request ISSUER Creates/Issues Card REGISTRAR Authenticates Identity/IPL

9 Credentialing Process - Website W isconsin C redentialing I nformation M anagement S ystem W isconsin C redentialing I nformation M anagement S ystem

10 Personnel Detail Qualifications listed by: Person Equipment Discipline ESF NIMS NERCS Job Titles NIMS State Local Enrollment logon issued to Chief, Manager, or the County EM Director Will not include private or medical information.

11 Qualifications Medical Supply Coordinator (SAMPLE) DESCRIPTION: The primary focus of the Medical Supply Coordinator is to acquire and maintain control of appropriate medical equipment and supplies for units assigned to the medical group. The Medical Supply Coordinator coordinates with logistics section of ICS to accomplish medical resupply and ensures distribution to EMS treatment and triage units. EDUCATION: Completion of State-approved First Responder or Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) program based on NHTSA National Standard Curriculum. TRAINING Completion of the following courses/curricula: 1. ICS-100: Introduction to ICS. 2. ICS-200: Basic ICS. 3. IS-700.A: NIMS, An Introduction. 4. IS-800.B: NRF, An Introduction. 5. HazMat Awareness Training or equivalent basic instruction consistent with: the hazards anticipated to be present, or present at the scene the probable impact of those hazards, based upon the mission role of the individual use of the personal protective equipment consistent with Guidance on Emergency Responder Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Response to CBRN Terrorism Incidents, Dept of HHS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (June 2008). EXPERIENCE: One to three years of active participation with an EMS-providing entity, organization, or agency. LICENSING: Active status of legal authority to function at the minimum of First Responder or EMR granted by a State, the District of Columbia, or U.S. territory. Are not an individual class taken; qualification is a combination of: - Education - Training - Experience - Licenses - Fitness Resources deployed out of the state will be NIMS-typed qualifications

12 Equipment Detail Qualifications listed by: Category Type Kind NERCS NIMS State Local

13 Multi-level Security Registrar (State Agency) controls security levels – Agency Administrator – County Administrator – State Administrator

14 The main view includes features such as: search, filter, column sort, edit, print, and add new Roster – County EM View

15 Card Issuance – Printer Configuration The resource data base also configures server side vs. local printing, maximum number of concurrent users, and maximum number of sessions user may have open at one time. Printing locations are vetted.

16 FIPS 201 (Federal) - Card Topography FIPS 201 Standard Base on specific zones of information Imbedded information RFID or contact chip Used as breeder card for incident-specific temporary credential Homeland Security Strategy, Goal 5.4, Objective 5.4.2

17 Doe John A ANYTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT Rank/Title Lieutenant State of Wisconsin Contact Chip Affliation Law Enforcement Agency/Department Anytown Police Dept Issued: 2012JAN18 Expires: 2017JAN18 Card Layout and Design FIPS Guideline Federal Card Wisconsin Card

18 Visual Card Recognition Tier II Card PIV-I Tier III Card PIV-C MABAS Division 199 ANYTOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT MABAS-WISCONSIN Doe John, A MABAS Division 199 Rank/Title Captain Issued Date: 01/18/2012 Expiration Date: 01/18/2017 Doe John A ANYTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT Rank/Title Lieutenant State of Wisconsin Issued Date: 01/18/2012 Expiration Date: 01/18/2017

19 InterTrax Exchange Server

20 System Interoperability

21 PIV Requirements PIVAuthentication

22 Interoperability - Statewide Management Station (s) Locally Deployed Identity & Privilege List Manager WI IPL

23 Interoperability FEMA Repository IPL Management Station (s) Locally Deployed Other States IPL National Guard (DoD) IPL Other Federal Agencies TWIC, CAC, FRAC IPL State of WI WI Bridge IPL Interoperability - Nationally Certificates of Identity and Privilege Lists

24 Memorandum of Agreement Participation in WI-CAMS is voluntary All authorized card issuing agents must agree to issue in a trusted manner Counties/municipalities can print individually or collectively – one printing key per agreement Costs of credentialing are shared: o WI-CAMS will maintain the resourceMGR and the state connection to the interTrax exchange server o WI-CAMS will provide holographic laminate and printer key for authorized issuing locations (one per county) o WI-CAMS will provide one reader/writer unit for each printer key o Costs for blank cards, printing and postage will be paid by the county or municipality o Printers are maintained locally

25 Types of Cards Tier I – Federally-issued cards Personal Identity Verification (PIV) High level of trust Tier II – Non-federally issued cards PIV-Interoperable Medium level of trust Tier III – Locally-issued cards PIV-Compatible Low level of trust MABAS Division 199 ANYTOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT MABAS-WISCONSIN Doe John, A MABAS Division 199 Rank/Title Captain Issued Date: 01/18/2012 Expiration Date: 01/18/2017 Doe John A ANYTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT Rank/Title Lieutenant State of Wisconsin Issued Date: 01/18/2012 Expiration Date: 01/18/2017

26 How is Federal Trust Achieved? What is trust in personal identity verification? Only one login and password issued for each participating sponsoring agency Qualifications are validated by the sponsoring agencies officer-in-charge Qualifications will be to the NIMS or State-specific Job Titles Officer-in-charge is responsible for the information entered Information entered will be subject to audit How is trust in issuing cards achieved? Card printing and issuing agent signs an MOA to properly Cards are issued only to the sponsoring agency officer-in- charge Authorized printing locations will be issued a tamper-proof WEM hologram provided by WEM Holograms will match the number of cards issued in the data base Card revocation/inactive must be entered within 18 hours

27 On-scene Credentialing Process RECEPTION AREA Responder In-processing/ Validation INCIDENT STAGING Tracking & Accountability INCIDENT ACTIVITIES Resource Management RECEPTION AREA Responder Out-processing/ Demobilization

28 Information Flow

29 Resource Management INCIDENT ACTIVITIES Resource Management

30 Fort Atkinson Hospital PriorityID#NameComplaintDestinationTransportActivity DateAssignment Red , /5/14/ :44:38 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Red WI5138, /5/14/ :39:24 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Red WI5132, /5/14/ :37:53 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Red , /5/14/ :36:09 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Red , /5/14/ :31:38 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Red WI5147, /5/14/2011 9:43:22 AMFort Atkinson Hospital Yellow WI5151, /5/14/ :04:41 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Yellow WI5148, /5/14/ :03:28 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Yellow WI5145, /5/14/ :02:54 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Green WI5158, /5/14/ :38:49 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Green WI5160, /5/14/ :37:06 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Green WI5133, /5/14/ :14:01 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Green WI5130, /5/14/ :02:14 AM Fort Atkinson Hospital Watertown Regional Medical Center PriorityID#NameComplaintDestinationTransportActivity DateAssignment Red , /5/14/ :43:50 AM Watertown Regional MC Red , /5/14/ :33:46 AM Watertown Regional MC Red WI5153, /5/14/ :01:54 AM Watertown Regional MC Red WI5150, /5/14/ :01:44 AM Watertown Regional MC Red WI5144, /5/14/2011 9:40:51 AM Watertown Regional MC Yellow , /5/14/ :42:43 AM Watertown Regional MC Yellow , /5/14/ :34:45 AM Watertown Regional MC Yellow , /5/14/ :24:46 AM Watertown Regional MC Yellow WI5129, /5/14/ :23:37 AM Watertown Regional MC Green WI5166, /5/14/ :39:51 AM Watertown Regional MC Green WI5163, /5/14/ :39:42 AM Watertown Regional MC Green WI5168, /5/14/ :39:36 AM Watertown Regional MC Green WI5165, /5/14/ :39:25 AM Watertown Regional MC Waukesha Memorial Hospital PriorityID#NameComplaintDestinationTransportActivity DateAssignment Yellow WI5157, /5/14/ :26:02 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Yellow WI5154, /5/14/ :25:47 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Yellow WI5159, /5/14/ :03:55 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Yellow WI5156, /5/14/ :03:42 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Green WI5162, /5/14/ :39:17 AM Waukesha Memorial Hospi Green WI5161, /5/14/ :39:06 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Green WI5155, /5/14/ :38:42 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Green WI5152, /5/14/ :38:33 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Green WI5149, /5/14/ :37:33 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Green WI5146, /5/14/ :37:16 AM Waukesha Memorial Hosp Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital PriorityID#NameComplaintDestinationTransportActivity DateAssignment Yellow WI5167, /5/14/ :28:32 AM Oconomowoc Memorial Hosp Yellow WI5137, /5/14/ :41:00 AM Oconomowoc Memorial Hosp Yellow , /5/14/ :26:51 AM Oconomowoc Memorial Hosp Yellow WI5126, /5/14/ :23:18 AM Oconomowoc Memorial Hosp Green WI5141, /5/14/ :40:11 AM Oconomowoc Memorial Hosp Green , /5/14/ :30:36 AM Oconomowoc Memorial Hosp Green , /5/14/ :28:43 AM Oconomowoc Memorial Hosp Green WI5127, /5/14/ :01:54 AM Oconomowoc Memorial Hosp 2011 Vigilant Guard – Jefferson County

31 In-processing Credentialed Person validated Mission verified Briefed Sent to staging Reception Area RECEPTION AREA Responder In-processing/ Validation

32 Does the system work? August 2010 Four-State Exercise Fire-Rescue International Chicago, IL 34 – Task forces 102 – Engines 102 – Ambulances 34 – Ladder Trucks 34 – Technical Rescue 34 – Chief Officers 34 – Aides 68 – Support Units 952 – Personnel INCIDENT STAGING Tracking & Accountability In 90 minutes

33 Credentialing Pilot Project for Enrollment Counties/Agencies Participating: Brown Jefferson Milwaukee Outagamie Ozaukee Racine Walworth Washington Waukesha Counties/Agencies Interested: Dane Forest Oconto Rock DHS

34 WI-CAMS Website

35 Wisconsin Credentialing Questions ? ?


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