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2 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Homeland Security Presidential Directives Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium

3 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Learning Objectives Upon completion of this module, participants will be able to: Recall and apply the Homeland Security Presidential Directives to all hazards planning and management in rural communities. Identify localized threats, vulnerabilities, and natural and man made disasters in rural communities. List types of threats specifically addressed in the 24 Homeland Security Presidential Directives and how they relate to rural communities. Summarize guidelines and limitations of federal response to local disasters. Identify government agencies, organizations and programs involved in disaster response and the acronyms that represent them.

4 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Background of National Security Presidential Directives First dated February 13, 2001 Approved for public release by the National Security Council staff on March 13, 2001 November 2008, 59 of these directives had been issued Some were also issued concurrently as Homeland Security Presidential Directives. October 29, 2001, President Bush issued a new series of Homeland Security Presidential Directives governing homeland security policy.

5 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] 25 Presidential Directives 1.Organization and operation of the Homeland Security Council 2.Combating terrorism through immigration policies 3.Homeland Security advisory system 4.National Strategy to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction 5.Management of Domestic Incidents 6.Integration and use of screening information

6 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] 25 Presidential Directives 7. Critical Infrastructure, Identification, Prioritization, and Protection 8. National Preparedness National Planning 9. Defense of the United States Agriculture and Food 10. Biodefense for the 21st century 11. Comprehensive Terrorist-Related Screening Procedures 12. Policy for a Common Identification Standard for Federal Employees and Contractors

7 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] 25 Presidential Directives 13. Maritime Security Policy 15. U.S. Strategy and Policy in the War on Terror 16. Aviation Strategy 17. Nuclear Materials Information Program 18. Medical Countermeasures against Weapons of Mass Destruction 19. Combating Terrorist Use of Explosives in the United States

8 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] 25 Presidential Directives 20. National Continuity Policy Continuity Planning 21. Public Health and Medical Preparedness 23. National Cyber Security Initiative 24. Biometrics for Identification and Screening to Enhance National Security 25. Arctic Region Policy

9 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 1-Organization and Operation of the Homeland Security Council Homeland Security Presidential Directive 1 creates the Homeland Security Council (HSC) and enumerates its functions.

10 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Homeland Security Council President of the United States Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Vice President Secretary of Homeland Security Secretary of the Treasury Secretary of Defense Attorney General Secretary of Health and Human Services Secretary of Transportation White House Chief of Staff Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency

11 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Homeland Security Council The Assistant to the Vice President and Chief of Staff to the Vice President Director of the Office of Management and Budget Secretary of State Secretary of the Interior Secretary of Agriculture Secretary of Commerce Secretary of Labor Secretary of Energy Secretary of Veterans Affairs Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Assistant to the President for National Security Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Combating Terrorism

12 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 2- Combating Terrorism Through Immigration Policies The aim of Homeland Security Presidential Directive 2 is to prevent the entry of alien terrorist sympathizers and supporters into the United States and to detain, prosecute and deport those already in U.S. borders.

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14 Directive 3-Homeland Security Advisory System Homeland Security Presidential Directive 3 creates a Homeland Security Advisory System to inform all levels of government and local authority, as well as the public, to the current risk of terrorist acts.

15 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Threats are color coded to improve public recognition.

16 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Low Condition (Green) This condition is declared when there is a low risk of terrorist attacks. Federal departments and agencies should consider the following general measures in addition to the agency-specific Protective Measures they develop and implement.

17 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Guarded Condition (Blue) This condition is declared when there is a general risk of terrorist attacks. In addition to the Protective Measures taken in the previous Threat Condition, Federal departments and agencies should consider the following general measures in addition to the agency-specific Protective Measures that they will develop and implement.

18 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Elevated Condition (Yellow) An Elevated Condition is declared when there is a significant risk of terrorist attacks. In addition to the Protective Measures taken in the previous Threat Conditions, Federal departments and agencies should consider the following general measures in addition to the Protective Measures that they will develop and implement.

19 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] High Condition (Orange) A High Condition is declared when there is a high risk of terrorist attacks. In addition to the Protective Measures taken in the previous Threat Conditions, Federal departments and agencies should consider the following general measures in addition to the agency-specific Protective Measures that they will develop and implement.

20 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Severe Condition (Red) A Severe Condition reflects a severe risk of terrorist attacks. Under most circumstances, the Protective Measures for a Severe Condition are not intended to be sustained for substantial periods of time. In addition to the Protective Measures in the previous Threat Conditions, Federal departments and agencies also should consider the following general measures in addition to the agency-specific Protective Measures that they will develop and implement.

21 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 4-National Strategy to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction Applies new technologies, increased emphasis on intelligence collection and analysis, strengthens alliance relationships, and establishes new partnerships with former adversaries to counter this threat in all of its dimensions.

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29 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention The nation's premiere health promotion, prevention, and preparedness agency and a global leader in public health. Coordinating Office for Terrorism Preparedness & Emergency Response (COTPER) –A division of the CDC –Helps the nation prepare for and respond to urgent public health threats by providing strategic direction, coordination, and support for all of CDCs terrorism preparedness and emergency response activities. COTPER Divisions –The Division of Emergency Operations –The Division of State and Local Readiness –The Division of Strategic National Stockpile

30 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-Category A Definition: U.S. public health system and primary healthcare providers must be prepared to address various biological agents, including pathogens that are rarely seen in the United States. Agents/Diseases –Anthrax –Botulism –Plague –Smallpox –Tularemia –Viral hemorrhagic fevers

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32 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-Category B Definition: Second highest priority agents Agents/Diseases –Brucellosis –Epsilon toxin of Clostridium perfringens –Food safety threats –Psittacosis –Q fever –Staphylococcal enterotoxin B –Typhus fever –Viral encephalitis –Water safety threats

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42 3 Categories of Explosives High explosives normally are employed in mining, demolition, and military warheads. Secondary explosives, also called base explosives, are relatively insensitive to shock, friction, and heat. Tertiary explosives or blasting agents, are insensitive to shock, they cannot be reliably detonated with practical quantities of primary explosive, and, instead, require an intermediate explosive booster, of secondary explosive, e.g. ammonium nitrate/fuel oil mixture (ANFO) and slurry (wet bag) explosives that are primarily used in large-scale mining and construction.

43 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 5-Management of Domestic Incidents Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 serves to enhance the ability of the United States to manage domestic incidents by establishing a single, comprehensive national incident management system.

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46 Directive 6-Integration and Use of Screening Information Homeland Security Presidential Directive 6 concerns the use of information about individuals known or suspected to engage in terrorist activities. United States policy is to develop, integrate, and maintain thorough, accurate, and current information about individuals known or appropriately suspected to be or have been engaged in conduct related to terrorism.

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48 Directive 7-Critical Infrastructure, Identification, Prioritization, and Protection Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7 establishes a national policy for Federal departments and agencies to identify and prioritize critical infrastructure and to protect them from terrorist attacks.

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51 Directive 8-National Preparedness Homeland Security Presidential Directive 8 establishes policies to strengthen the U.S. preparedness in order to prevent and respond to threatened or actual domestic terrorist attacks, major disasters, and other emergencies.

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53 Directive 8-Annex 1-National Planning This annex formally establishes a standard and comprehensive approach to national planning. It is meant to provide guidance for conducting planning in accordance with the Homeland Security Management System in the National Strategy for Homeland Security of 2007.

54 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] There are four critical elements to the National Preparedness Guidelines

55 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] The national preparedness vision, which provides a concise statement of the core preparedness goal for the nation.

56 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] The fifteen National Planning Scenarios, which collectively depict the broad range of natural and man-made threats facing our nation and guide overall homeland security planning efforts at all levels of government and with the private sector.

57 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Universal Task List (UTL), which is a menu of some 1,600 unique tasks that can facilitate efforts to prevent, protect against, respond to and recover from the major events that are represented by the National Planning Scenarios. Although no single entity will perform every task, the UTL presents a common language and vocabulary that supports all efforts to coordinate national preparedness activities.

58 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Target Capabilities List (TCL), which defines 37 specific capabilities that states and communities and the private sector should collectively develop in order to respond effectively to disasters.

59 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 9-Defense of the United States Agriculture and Food Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) 9 establishes a national policy to defend the agriculture and food system against terrorist attacks, major disasters, and other emergencies.

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61 Directive 10-Biodefense for the 21st Century HSPD 10 outlines policy for Bio-defense in the 21st century. The United States has pursued aggressively a broad range of programs and capabilities to confront the biological weapons threat.

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64 Directive 11-Comprehensive Terrorist-Related Screening Procedures HSPD 11 establishes comprehensive terrorist- related screening procedures in order to more effectively detect and interdict individuals known or reasonably suspected to be engaged in terrorist activities.

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66 Directive 12-Policy for a Common Identification Standard for Federal Employees and Contractors There are wide variations in the quality and security of identification used to gain access to secure facilities where there is potential for terrorist attacks.

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69 Directive 13-Maritime Security Policy This directive establishes policy guidelines to enhance national and homeland security by protecting U.S. maritime interests. This directive establishes a Maritime Security Policy Coordinating Committee to coordinate inter-agency maritime security policy efforts.

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71 Directive 15-U.S. Strategy and Policy in the War on Terror U.S. Strategy and Policy in the War on Terror- Classified directive The material on this directive is classified.

72 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 16-Aviation Strategy National Security Presidential Directive- 47/Homeland Security Presidential Directive-16 (NSPD-47/HSPD-16) details a strategic vision for aviation security while recognizing ongoing efforts, and directs the production of a National Strategy for Aviation Security and supporting plans.

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74 Directive 17-Nuclear Materials Information Program Nuclear Materials Information Program –Interdiction –Deterrence –Defense and Mitigation

75 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 18-Medical Countermeasures Against Weapons of Mass Destruction HSPD 18 addresses the need for preparation against an attack by terrorist forces using a weapon of mass destruction. It acknowledges that having sufficient resources on hand at all times and at all places is not a realistic possibility.

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79 Directive 19-Combating Terrorist Use of Explosives in the United States This directive establishes a national policy, and calls for the development of a national strategy and implementation plan, on the prevention and detection of, protection against, and response to terrorist use of explosives in the United States.

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81 Directive 20-National Continuity Policy This directive establishes a comprehensive national policy on the continuity of Federal Government structures and operations, and also creates the position of a single National Continuity Coordinator responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of Federal continuity policies.

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83 Directive 20-Annex A-Continuity Planning In accordance with NSPD-51/HSPD-20, National Continuity Policy, executive departments and agencies are assigned to one of four categories commensurate with their COOP/COG/ECG responsibilities during an emergency.

84 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 20-Annex A Category I: –Department of State –Department of the Treasury –Department of Defense, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers –Department of Justice, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation –Department of Health and Human Services –Department of Transportation –Department of Energy –Department of Homeland Security, including: Federal Emergency Management Agency United States Secret Service National Communications System –Office of the Director of National Intelligence –Central Intelligence Agency

85 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 20-Annex A Category II: –Department of the Interior –Department of Agriculture –Department of Commerce –Department of Labor –Department of Housing and Urban Development –Department of Education –Department of Veterans Affairs –Environmental Protection Agency –Federal Communications Commission –Federal Reserve System –General Services Administration –National Archives and Records Administration –Nuclear Regulatory Commission –Office of Personnel Management –Social Security Administration –United States Postal Service

86 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 20-Annex A Category III: –Commodity Futures Trading Commission –Export-Import Bank of the United States –Farm Credit Administration –Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation –Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service –National Aeronautics and Space Administration –National Credit Union Administration –National Labor Relations Board –National Science Foundation –Railroad Retirement Board –Securities and Exchange Commission –Small Business Administration –Tennessee Valley Authority

87 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 20-Annex A Category IV: All executive branch commissions, boards, bureaus, and members of the Small Agency Council not otherwise identified in Categories I, II, or III.

88 [Enter Course Title in Slide Master] Directive 21-Public Health and Medical Preparedness It is the policy of the United States to plan and enable provision for the public health and medical needs of the American people in the case of a catastrophic health event through continual and timely flow of information during such an event and rapid public health and medical response that marshals all available national capabilities and capacities in a rapid and coordinated manner.

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91 Directive 23-National Cyber Security Initiative National Cyber Security Initiative- Classified directive The information in this directive is classified.

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93 Directive 24-Biometrics for Identification and Screening to Enhance National Security This directive establishes a framework to ensure that Federal executive departments and agencies use mutually compatible methods and procedures in the collection, storage, use, analysis, and sharing of biometric and associated biographic and contextual information of individuals in a lawful and appropriate manner, while respecting their information privacy and other legal rights under United States law.

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95 Directive 25- Arctic Region Policy This directive establishes the policy of the United States with respect to the Arctic region and directs related implementation actions.

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97 This PowerPoint provides and overview of the Homeland Security Presidential Directives. A complete copy of the directives can be found in the appendix of the participant manual.


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