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1 1 South Carolina CTCC FY Regional Grants Planning Workshop February 2005

2 2 Programs in FY05 HSGP Five programs in single State HSGP Five programs in single State HSGP State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (LETPP) Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (LETPP) Citizen Corps Program (CCP) Citizen Corps Program (CCP) Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS)

3 3 S.C. FY Funding Summary Available (S/L) Available (S/L) State Homeland Security Program ($ 16,925,018) Local 80% $13,540,014 $ 13,540,014 (L) State 20% $ 3,385,004 less M&A 3% $507,751$ 2,877,253 (S) State 20% $ 3,385,004 less M&A 3% $507,751$ 2,877,253 (S) SHSP TOTAL TO SUB-GRANT$ 16,417,267 L.E. Terrorism Prevention Program ($ 6,154,552) Local 80% $ 4,923,642 $ 4,923,642 (L) State 20% $ 1,230,910 less M&A 3% $184,637$ 1,046,273 (S) State 20% $ 1,230,910 less M&A 3% $184,637$ 1,046,273 (S) LETPP TOTAL TO SUB-GRANT$ 5,969,915 LETPP TOTAL TO SUB-GRANT$ 5,969,915 Citizen Corps Program ($ 214,863) Local 84.24%$180,991$ 180,991 (L) State 15.76%$ 33,872 less M&A $ 6,446$ 27,426 (S) State 15.76%$ 33,872 less M&A $ 6,446$ 27,426 (S) CCP TOTAL TO SUB-GRANT$ 208,417 CCP TOTAL TO SUB-GRANT$ 208,417

4 4 Distribution of Funding Forty-six Counties and State Agencies Forty-six Counties and State Agencies (CTCC determined statewide priorities and local allocations, base allocation $50K SHSP/$20K LETPP plus per-capita allocation) County applications required to meet needs of county as a whole County applications required to meet needs of county as a whole Regional approach is required because there is not enough funding to meet all individual locality needs or wish lists Regional approach is required because there is not enough funding to meet all individual locality needs or wish lists

5 5 SHSP Allowable Activities Homeland security and emergency operations planning activities Purchase of specialized equipment Costs related to the design, development, and conduct of CBRNE and cyber security non-ODP sponsored training programs approved by the SAA (SLED) and attendance at ODP-sponsored courses Design, development, conduct, and evaluation of CBRNE and cyber security exercises M&A costs associated with implementing the SHSS and managing the SHSP program.

6 6 Homeland Security Strategic Goals State of South Carolina Strategic Plan 1. 1.Detect security threats and prevent terrorist attacks from occurring within South Carolina Reduce South Carolina’s vulnerability to terrorism and respond rapidly to suspected terrorist activity Minimize the damage and recover from terrorist attacks that do occur.

7 7 Summary of Action Goals PREVENT: 1.1 Improve State, Regional and local capabilities to detect terrorist activity, provide early warning, analyze intelligence, share information and conduct joint intervention operations. 1.2 Improve State, Regional and local capabilities to detect and prevent agroterrorism and threats to food safety. 1.3 Design and implement a comprehensive cyber security program that protects the state’s information technology assets. 1.4 Enhance protection of critical infrastructure and key assets.

8 8 Summary of Action Goals cont. RESPOND: 2.1 Improve communications interoperability, security and redundancy. 2.2 Improve State, Regional and local capabilities to respond to terrorist attacks employing chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or explosive devices, infectious disease outbreaks, public health threats and other emergencies. 2.3 Improve State, Regional and local capabilities to respond to agroterrorism, foreign animal disease, plant disease, or other disasters that threaten agriculture or food safety.

9 9 Summary of Action Goals cont. RECOVER: 3.1 Improve State, Regional and local capabilities to recover from terrorist attacks employing chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or explosive devices, infectious disease outbreaks, public health threats and other emergencies.

10 National Initiatives National Incident Management System (NIMS) National Incident Management System (NIMS) HSPD-8: National Preparedness HSPD-8: National Preparedness HSPD-8 Implementation/Preventing and Preparing for Terrorist Attacks Involving IEDs HSPD-8 Implementation/Preventing and Preparing for Terrorist Attacks Involving IEDs Achieving Tactical Interoperable Communications Achieving Tactical Interoperable Communications National Response Plan (NRP) National Response Plan (NRP) Institutionalizing Awareness Training Institutionalizing Awareness Training Catastrophic Incident Planning Catastrophic Incident Planning Public Awareness and Citizen Participation Public Awareness and Citizen Participation

11 11 National Initiatives cont. HSPD-8 – “how well” the nation should prepare HSPD-8 – “how well” the nation should prepare National Planning Scenarios (15 Common Scenarios) National Planning Scenarios (15 Common Scenarios) Universal Task List Universal Task List Critical tasks Critical tasks Target Capabilities List Target Capabilities List NRP – “what” needs to be done to manage a major incident NRP – “what” needs to be done to manage a major incident NIMS – “how” to manage a major incident NIMS – “how” to manage a major incident

12 12 HSPDs 5&8 in Context

13 13 National Incident Management System (NIMS) NIMS implementation is being coordinated in S.C. by SCEMD – (POCs Mike Elieff & Mike Russell) NIMS implementation is being coordinated in S.C. by SCEMD – (POCs Mike Elieff & Mike Russell) Federal funds should be used to support NIMS implementation at state and local levels Federal funds should be used to support NIMS implementation at state and local levels Establish a NIMS baseline – Where are we now? Establish a NIMS baseline – Where are we now? Establish a timeline and develop a strategy for full NIMS implementation Establish a timeline and develop a strategy for full NIMS implementation ** In order to receive FFY06 funding from SLED the following must be met and certified by each county.

14 14 National Incident Management System (NIMS) Minimum FY05 Compliance requirements for all South Carolina state and local governments (by May 2006) Minimum FY05 Compliance requirements for all South Carolina state and local governments (by May 2006) Become familiar with the NIMS through Awareness Course Become familiar with the NIMS through Awareness Course (Completion of IS 700 – by agency heads, managers, and supervisors Formal adoption of NIMS (suggested by local ordinance, executive order, legislation or resolution) Formal adoption of NIMS (suggested by local ordinance, executive order, legislation or resolution) Incorporating NIMS into all ongoing and new Training and Exercises Incorporating NIMS into all ongoing and new Training and Exercises Incorporating NIMS into Emergency Operations Plans Incorporating NIMS into Emergency Operations Plans Adoption of Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement by all counties and political subdivisions (cities, towns, special purpose districts) Adoption of Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement by all counties and political subdivisions (cities, towns, special purpose districts) Institutionalizing the use of ICS for all hazards responses Institutionalizing the use of ICS for all hazards responses

15 15 Technical Decon TIER I TIER II TIER III TIER IV Patrol Officer EMT Fire Fighter Public Works Emg. Mgmt. Public Health EmergencyDecon Evacuation Crowd & Traffic near incident Hot Zone Evacuation / Rescue Assessment / Mitigation Initial Cause & Origin Advanced technical support Initial Zoning Tiered response efforts require standardized support equipment and consistent training.

16 16 Program Guidance General guidance applicable to SHSP, LETPP, and CCP in FY05 federal HSGP General guidance applicable to SHSP, LETPP, and CCP in FY05 federal HSGP Periods of performance: Periods of performance: SHSP, LETPP, CCP / May 1, April 30, 2006 SHSP, LETPP, CCP / May 1, April 30, 2006 EMPG / October 1, March 31, 2007 EMPG / October 1, March 31, 2007 Pass-through requirements: Pass-through requirements: SHSP, LETPP: minimum 80% to locals SHSP, LETPP: minimum 80% to locals State can retain local portion of funds if requested in writing and formal MOU developed State can retain local portion of funds if requested in writing and formal MOU developed

17 17 Program Guidance (cont’d) Management and Administrative Management and Administrative Local subgrantees can use up to 2.5% of sub-award for allowable local M&A costs Local subgrantees can use up to 2.5% of sub-award for allowable local M&A costs State Homeland Security Strategy goals are to be the guide for all activities conducted in the State State Homeland Security Strategy goals are to be the guide for all activities conducted in the State “Homeland security is now considered to be part of the core public safety mission of state and local governments.” “Homeland security is now considered to be part of the core public safety mission of state and local governments.”

18 18 Allowable Operational Activities – LETPP only (State and Local) Allowable Operational Activities – LETPP only (State and Local) (Capped at 25% of gross state award) Overtime costs incurred during periods of Orange Alert Overtime costs incurred during periods of Orange Alert Overtime costs for information, investigative, and intelligence sharing activities specifically related to homeland security. (Anti-terrorism Task Forces, JTTF, Area Maritime Security Committees, and TEW groups) Hiring of contractors/consultants for participation in information/intelligence sharing groups or intelligence fusion center. Program Guidance (cont’d)

19 19 Equipment costs guidance Equipment costs guidance Web-based Authorized Equipment List (AEL) hosted on Responder Knowledge Base is the only list allowable for HSGP funding Web-based Authorized Equipment List (AEL) hosted on Responder Knowledge Base is the only list allowable for HSGP funding Alignment with Standardized Equipment List (SEL) developed by InterAgency Board (IAB) for Equipment Standardization and InterOperability Alignment with Standardized Equipment List (SEL) developed by InterAgency Board (IAB) for Equipment Standardization and InterOperability Single equipment list for all FY05 HSGP programs Single equipment list for all FY05 HSGP programs Citizen Corps equipment as line item Citizen Corps equipment as line item 21 allowable categories 21 allowable categories Includes all 18 from FY04 + Information Technology + Power Equipment + Inspection & Screening Systems Includes all 18 from FY04 + Information Technology + Power Equipment + Inspection & Screening Systems Program Guidance (cont’d)

20 20 Construction/Renovation -- Generally Prohibited Construction/Renovation -- Generally Prohibited Certain activities do not constitute construction and are, therefore, allowed Certain activities do not constitute construction and are, therefore, allowed e.g., improved lighting, fencing, communications antennas (not over 200 feet), closed-circuit television systems, motion detection systems, barriers, doors, gates e.g., improved lighting, fencing, communications antennas (not over 200 feet), closed-circuit television systems, motion detection systems, barriers, doors, gates Construction prohibited except for minor security enhancement projects < $1M approved by SLGCP Director Construction prohibited except for minor security enhancement projects < $1M approved by SLGCP Director e.g., construction/renovation to guard facilities, communications antennas (over 200 feet), efforts that change or expand the footprint of a structure e.g., construction/renovation to guard facilities, communications antennas (over 200 feet), efforts that change or expand the footprint of a structure NEPA compliance NEPA compliance Program Guidance (cont’d)

21 21 Information technology guidance Information technology guidance Geospatial initiatives -- Geospatial initiatives -- Geospatial technologies capture, store, analyze, transmit, and/or display location-based information (i.e., information that can be linked to a latitude and longitude) Extensible Markup Language (XML) requirements – Must Extensible Markup Language (XML) requirements – Must use the Global Justice Data Model specifications and guidelines regarding the use of XML for all HSGP awards. Unallowable Costs Guidance Unallowable Costs Guidance Construction and renovation Construction and renovation Hiring of sworn public safety officers Hiring of sworn public safety officers Program Guidance (cont’d)

22 22 Equipment

23 23 View of printed version of FY05 AEL Equipment (cont’d) xx

24 24 Training costs guidance Training costs guidance Developing/institutionalizing non-ODP courses Developing/institutionalizing non-ODP courses No conditional approvals in FY05 No conditional approvals in FY05 List of allowable Federal courses related to CBRNE terrorism at List of allowable Federal courses related to CBRNE terrorism at Attending non-ODP courses related to CBRNE terrorism with state approval Attending non-ODP courses related to CBRNE terrorism with state approval Eligibility of hazmat, search and rescue, medical trauma, and SWAT courses Eligibility of hazmat, search and rescue, medical trauma, and SWAT courses Training Guidance

25 25 DHS/ODP Domestic Preparedness Consortium Training Arrangement for Course Delivery In-State Arrangement for Course Delivery In-State Registration for Consortium on-site classes Registration for Consortium on-site classes POC: Steven Batson

26 26 Exercise program guidance Exercise program guidance Exercises must be managed and executed in accordance with HSEEP Exercises must be managed and executed in accordance with HSEEP Regional exercise participation required Regional exercise participation required Direct exercise support prioritized to help meet IED exercise requirement and to meet CDC/HRSA grant program requirements Direct exercise support prioritized to help meet IED exercise requirement and to meet CDC/HRSA grant program requirements Scenarios used in SHSP and LETPP-funded exercises must be terrorism-related and based on the state’s homeland security strategy and plans Exercise Guidance

27 27 State Homeland Security Program Grant Initiate new and continue previously funded homeland security and emergency operations preparedness efforts Initiate new and continue previously funded homeland security and emergency operations preparedness efforts Planning Planning Equipment Equipment Training Training Exercises Exercises

28 28 SHSP Notable new authorized expenditures: Notable new authorized expenditures: Planning costs associated with HSPD-8 implementation/adoption Planning costs associated with HSPD-8 implementation/adoption Planning costs associated with NIMS implementation/adoption Planning costs associated with NIMS implementation/adoption Modifying state and local plans to align with NRP coordinating structures, processes, and protocols Modifying state and local plans to align with NRP coordinating structures, processes, and protocols Developing/updating resource inventory assets in accordance with typed resource definitions issued by NIMS Integration Center (NIC) Developing/updating resource inventory assets in accordance with typed resource definitions issued by NIMS Integration Center (NIC) Design state and local geospatial data systems Design state and local geospatial data systems Development or enhancement of COOP/COG plans Development or enhancement of COOP/COG plans Development or enhancement of existing catastrophic incident response and recovery plans Development or enhancement of existing catastrophic incident response and recovery plans

29 29 Eligible Categories Planning Planning Mutual aid (all entities receiving any grant funded equipment or support must be signatories to Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement) Mutual aid (all entities receiving any grant funded equipment or support must be signatories to Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement) EOPs and procedures EOPs and procedures Terrorism prevention / deterrence plans Terrorism prevention / deterrence plans Response and recovery plans Response and recovery plans Cyber risk mitigation plans Cyber risk mitigation plans Communications protocols Communications protocols Family preparedness Family preparedness

30 30 Eligible Categories Planning Planning Vulnerability assessments Vulnerability assessments COOP/COG plans COOP/COG plans Staff / Consultants Staff / Consultants Equipment Equipment All 21 categories of CBRNE equipment All 21 categories of CBRNE equipment ODP, Terrorism, and CBRNE Training ODP, Terrorism, and CBRNE Training implementation/adoption of NIMS implementation/adoption of NIMS HSEEP Exercises HSEEP Exercises M&A (no more than 2.5% of local grant award) M&A (no more than 2.5% of local grant award)

31 31 Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (LETPP) Eligible areas Eligible areas Planning Planning Operational Activities Operational Activities Equipment Equipment Training Training Exercises\ Exercises\ M&A (no more than 2.5% of local grant award) M&A (no more than 2.5% of local grant award)

32 32 LETPP Provides funds for same 5 activity areas as FY04: Provides funds for same 5 activity areas as FY04: Information sharing to preempt terrorist attacks Information sharing to preempt terrorist attacks Target hardening to reduce vulnerability Target hardening to reduce vulnerability Threat recognition Threat recognition Intervention activities Intervention activities Interoperable communications Interoperable communications Contractors/consultants for information/intelligence sharing groups or intelligence fusion centers Contractors/consultants for information/intelligence sharing groups or intelligence fusion centers Designing/developing state and local geospatial data systems Designing/developing state and local geospatial data systems Costs associated with implementation/adoption of NIMS Costs associated with implementation/adoption of NIMS Operational costs capped at 25% of gross grant award Operational costs capped at 25% of gross grant award M&A (limited to 2.5% of total local grant award) M&A (limited to 2.5% of total local grant award)

33 33 Citizen Corps Administered in S.C. by SCEMD Administered in S.C. by SCEMD Allowable expenditures: Allowable expenditures: Planning (including evaluation, public education/outreach, and citizen participation in volunteer programs/activities) Planning (including evaluation, public education/outreach, and citizen participation in volunteer programs/activities) Equipment Equipment Training Training Exercises Exercises M&A (limited to 2.5% of total local award) M&A (limited to 2.5% of total local award)

34 34 EMPG $2,761,710 Administered in S.C. by SCEMD Administered in S.C. by SCEMD Provides support for essential expenses including: Provides support for essential expenses including: Salaries, benefits, equipment, supplies, maintenance of facilities, and other necessary costs of state and local emergency management departments and agencies Salaries, benefits, equipment, supplies, maintenance of facilities, and other necessary costs of state and local emergency management departments and agencies 50% cash or in-kind match requirement 50% cash or in-kind match requirement Funds are expected to support: Funds are expected to support: Emergency Management Organization Program Emergency Management Organization Program Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy Integration Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy Integration NRP/NIMS NRP/NIMS Achieving Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) Standards Achieving Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) Standards

35 35 MMRS $227,592 Funds will be administered by the City of Columbia for the established MMRS Funds will be administered by the City of Columbia for the established MMRS Allowable expenditures: Allowable expenditures: Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy Integration Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy Integration NRP and Planning Scenarios NRP and Planning Scenarios 8 Capability Focus Areas, including: 8 Capability Focus Areas, including: Radiological medical and health effects preparedness Radiological medical and health effects preparedness Quarantine and isolation preparedness Quarantine and isolation preparedness Pharmaceutical cache management and status reporting Pharmaceutical cache management and status reporting

36 State LETP Grant Allocations In Support of County Needs Fusion Center/SCIEX Development$435,600 Orange Alert Overtime Set-Aside$228,042 Regional EOD Enhancements$800,000 Specialized Law Enforcement Training$500,000 Specialized Law Enforcement Exercises$500,000 Allocation for Counties $2,460,000

37 State SHSP Grant Allocations In Support of County Needs Regional and County CART Teams$106,500 Fusion Center/SCIEX Development $224,400 PAL 800 Portable Radios (EMS)$176,460 WMD Operations Level Training (EMS)$364,000 USAR Type I Training/Exercise/Equip$510,000 USAR Type II Training/Exercise/Equip $340,000

38 State SHSP Grant Allocations In Support of County Needs Fire Service NIMS/ICS Training$ 79,500 EOC Enhancements $460,000 COBRA Basic/Advanced$705,000 Response Operations-WebEOC$150,000 WMD Exercise Program$727,368 Part-time Fire Service Planner $ 36,044

39 State SHSP Grant Allocations In Support of County Needs Air Compression/Supply Units$600,000 Rehabilitation Vehicle $300,000 GIS Server for Geospatial Data$360,725 Allocation for Counties $8,325,017

40 40 HSGP Implementation Schedule All State and County applications must be received by SAA - SLED in Columbia on or before All State and County applications must be received by SAA - SLED in Columbia on or before Deadline: March 11, 2005 Deadline: March 11, 2005 Staffing, refinement of grants submitted to determine eligibility, and grant award process Staffing, refinement of grants submitted to determine eligibility, and grant award process March 11- April 29 (approximately) March 11- April 29 (approximately) Grant Performance Period Starts (SHSP, LETPP, CCP) Grant Performance Period Starts (SHSP, LETPP, CCP) May 1 (Estimated release of all funds by SAA) May 1 (Estimated release of all funds by SAA) Release of funds is contingent upon Federal Grant Award to State!

41 41 FY05 Critical Issues NIMS Implementation NIMS Implementation Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement Signatory Requirements Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement Signatory Requirements Concerns from some local agencies that they were excluded from the process and funding Concerns from some local agencies that they were excluded from the process and funding Need improved reporting of Exercise Notifications, After Action Reports, and application of AAR results in local plans and future exercises Need improved reporting of Exercise Notifications, After Action Reports, and application of AAR results in local plans and future exercises Improved maintenance of training records and equipment inventories locally Improved maintenance of training records and equipment inventories locally

42 42 Grant Implementation Risk / threat based programming should be considered within County Grants Risk / threat based programming should be considered within County Grants Requires an active/involved Project Director for each program (SHSP & LETPP) Requires an active/involved Project Director for each program (SHSP & LETPP) Applications must represent needs of county as a whole as determined by County Needs Assessment Committee Applications must represent needs of county as a whole as determined by County Needs Assessment Committee Insufficient funding for each individual agency Insufficient funding for each individual agency Must include all needs identified by municipalities and disciplines Must include all needs identified by municipalities and disciplines Must be determined a priority for funding by County Needs Assessment Committee Must be determined a priority for funding by County Needs Assessment Committee All activities must support State Homeland Security Strategy All activities must support State Homeland Security Strategy Should further develop regional response strategies Should further develop regional response strategies

43 43 SHSP and LETPP Applications See Sample See Sample Contact Information Contact Information Description of Project Description of Project Coordination Efforts Coordination Efforts Work Plan Work Plan Goal/Objective (from Strategy) Goal/Objective (from Strategy) Implementation Steps Implementation Steps Jurisdictional Impact Jurisdictional Impact Project Budget(s) Project Budget(s) Summary Budget Summary Budget

44 44 Grant Program SAA Contacts Stan McKinney Lisa Nine Chris Simpson Donna Strange Kim Paradeses Grant Info on SLED Web Page: (listed under HLS Grants on main menu)

45 45 CTCC Regional Planners James Flowers Planner/Coordinator -- Pee Dee George McKinney Planner / Coordinator -- Piedmont Jennie Temple Planner / Coordinator -- Low Country Bob Connell Planner / Coordinator -- Midlands

46 46 Web Based Resources SLED Homeland Security SLED Homeland Security DHS Office for Domestic Preparedness DHS Office for Domestic Preparedness Responder Knowledge Base (RKB) Responder Knowledge Base (RKB) System Assessment and Validation for Emergency Responders (SAVER) System Assessment and Validation for Emergency Responders (SAVER) Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS) Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)

47 47 Thank You!


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