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1 Title: Protocols for Maritime Transportation System Recovery Author: Sean K. Moon Economy: United States of America

2  Context:  Significant information is already available, via:  24-Hour Advance Manifest Rule (“24-Hour Rule);  96-Hour Advance Notice of Arrival Regulations (“ANOA”);  (pending) Security Filing Regulations (“10+2”).  National Response Framework.  Incident Command System;  Recovery Units. US CBP/USCG National Protocols for Maritime Transportation System Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru

3  Purpose:  Provide a forum, via video or teleconference, for:  Joint intergovernmental dialogues;  Joint government/private sector dialogues.  Assist senior-level decision makers by providing a process to collect and disseminate information.  Assist senior-level decision makers by providing recommendations for national-level priorities for recovery and resumption of trade, including:  Cargo priorities;  Vessel priorities. US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru

4  Goals:  Fulfill legislative requirements to provide protocol for expeditions resumption of trade.  Consider collateral impacts on MTS incidents on international commerce.  Define Coast Guard and CBP interactions with other government agencies in recovery efforts.  Ensure the private sector knows how the government will work with them. US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru

5  Key concepts:  USCG/CBP as facilitators, assisting private sector actions to manage incident impacts;  Collection of information regarding the shift of commercial maritime traffic will enable planning for federal assets shifts. US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru

6 1.Decide to activate Protocols (USCG/CBP) 2.Determine MTS constraints from other federal partners 3.Communicate national decisions and constraints to Carrier Support Group 4.Request Carrier Support Group mitigation plans 1.Decide to activate Protocols (USCG/CBP) 2.Determine MTS constraints from other federal partners 3.Communicate national decisions and constraints to Carrier Support Group 4.Request Carrier Support Group mitigation plans 1.Decide to activate Protocols (USCG/CBP) 2.Determine MTS constraints from other federal partners 3.Communicate national decisions and constraints to Carrier Support Group 4.Request Carrier Support Group mitigation plans 1.Decide to activate Protocols (USCG/CBP) 2.Determine MTS constraints from other federal partners 3.Communicate national decisions and constraints to Carrier Support Group 4.Request Carrier Support Group mitigation plans 1.Decide to activate Protocols (USCG/CBP) 2.Determine MTS constraints from other federal partners 3.Communicate national decisions and constraints to Carrier Support Group 4.Request Carrier Support Group mitigation plans US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru CSG National MTSRU CSG National MTSRU CSG National MTSRU DOD DHSDOT CBP C.S.R. USCG CMD.CTR. National MTSRU CBP C.S.R. National MTSRU TSGDOD SSC/ GCC DHS USCG CMD.CTR. AREADISTRICTSECTOR

7 5.Identify critical cargo movements from DOD (SDDC, MSC) and FERC 6.Inform Carrier Support Group of critical cargo movements 7.Identify carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 8.Inform TSA and DOT (FRA, FHWA) of carrier mitigation plans 5.Identify critical cargo movements from DOD (SDDC, MSC) and FERC 6.Inform Carrier Support Group of critical cargo movements 7.Identify carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 8.Inform TSA and DOT (FRA, FHWA) of carrier mitigation plans 5.Identify critical cargo movements from DOD (SDDC, MSC) and FERC 6.Inform Carrier Support Group of critical cargo movements 7.Identify carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 8.Inform TSA and DOT (FRA, FHWA) of carrier mitigation plans 5.Identify critical cargo movements from DOD (SDDC, MSC) and FERC 6.Inform Carrier Support Group of critical cargo movements 7.Identify carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 8.Inform TSA and DOT (FRA, FHWA) of carrier mitigation plans 5.Identify critical cargo movements from DOD (SDDC, MSC) and FERC 6.Inform Carrier Support Group of critical cargo movements 7.Identify carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 8.Inform TSA and DOT (FRA, FHWA) of carrier mitigation plans US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru TSGCSG National MTSRU CSG National MTSRU CSGDHSDOT CBP C.S.R. USCG CMD.CTR. AREA DISTRICT SECTOR National MTSRU DOD SSC/ GCC CBP C.S.R. USCG CMD.CTR. AREADISTRICTSECTOR DHSDOT

8 US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru 9.Identify inland carrier capabilities and constraints 10.Identify CBP and USCG resources available for deployment 11.Notify Carrier Support Group of inland carrier and DHS capabilities 9.Identify inland carrier capabilities and constraints 10.Identify CBP and USCG resources available for deployment 11.Notify Carrier Support Group of inland carrier and DHS capabilities 9.Identify inland carrier capabilities and constraints 10.Identify CBP and USCG resources available for deployment 11.Notify Carrier Support Group of inland carrier and DHS capabilities 9.Identify inland carrier capabilities and constraints 10.Identify CBP and USCG resources available for deployment 11.Notify Carrier Support Group of inland carrier and DHS capabilities CSG National MTSRU CSGTSG National MTSRU CBP C.S.R. USCG CMD.CTR. AREA DISTRICT SECTOR DOD DOTDHS CBP C.S.R. AREA USCG CMD.CTR. National MTSRU SECTOR SSC/ GCC National MTSRU DISTRICT DODDHSDOT

9 12.Confirm carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 13.Inform broad community of mitigation plans Federal – DHS, DOD, DOT, DOJ, DOE, DOC State and Local Governments Industry – Trade Support Group Public via media 14.Redeploy CBP and USCG resources 12.Confirm carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 13.Inform broad community of mitigation plans Federal – DHS, DOD, DOT, DOJ, DOE, DOC State and Local Governments Industry – Trade Support Group Public via media 14.Redeploy CBP and USCG resources 12.Confirm carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 13.Inform broad community of mitigation plans Federal – DHS, DOD, DOT, DOJ, DOE, DOC State and Local Governments Industry – Trade Support Group Public via media 14.Redeploy CBP and USCG resources C o n f i r m c a r r i e r m i t i g a t i o n p l a n s f r o m C a r r i e r S u p p o r t G r o u p I n f o r m b r o a d c o m m u n i t y o f m i t i g a t i o n p l a n s –Federal – DHS, DOD, DOT, DOJ, DOE, DOC–Federal – DHS, DOD, DOT, DOJ, DOE, DOC –State and Local Governments–State and Local Governments –Industry – Trade Support Group–Industry – Trade Support Group –Public via media–Public via media R e d e p l o y C B P a n d U S C G r e s o u r c e s US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru DOD DHSDOT TSG SSC/ GCC National MTSRU TSGCSG National MTSRU CSG National MTSRU CBP C.S.R. USCG CMD.CTR. AREA DISTRICT SECTOR CBP C.S.R. DODDHSDOT SSC/ GCC National MTSRU USCG CMD.CTR. AREADISTRICTSECTOR 12.Confirm carrier mitigation plans from Carrier Support Group 13.Inform broad community of mitigation plans Federal – DHS, DOD, DOT, DOJ, DOE, DOC State and Local Governments Industry – Trade Support Group Public via media 14.Redeploy CBP and USCG resources

10 US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru DHSDOT DOD DHSDOT National MTSRU CBP C.S.R. USCG CMD.CTR. AREA DISTRICT SECTOR 15.Identify additional security requirements 16.Coordinate additional security with DHS, DOJ, State and Local Law Enforcement 17.Monitor status of MTS and identify industry concerns 15.Identify additional security requirements 16.Coordinate additional security with DHS, DOJ, State and Local Law Enforcement 17.Monitor status of MTS and identify industry concerns 15.Identify additional security requirements 16.Coordinate additional security with DHS, DOJ, State and Local Law Enforcement 17.Monitor status of MTS and identify industry concerns 15.Identify additional security requirements 16.Coordinate additional security with DHS, DOJ, State and Local Law Enforcement 17.Monitor status of MTS and identify industry concerns CSGTSG SSC/ GCC National MTSRU CBP C.S.R. USCG CMD.CTR. AREADISTRICTSECTOR

11 Chance favors only the prepared mind. - Louis Pasteur US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru

12 US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru Thank you! Sean K. Moon Senior Policy Advisor U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office of Cargo, Maritime, and Trade Policy (202)

13 Backup Slides… August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru

14 US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru CARRIER SUPPORT GROUP Consultation: –World Shipping Council –Chamber of Shipping of America –Int’l. Assn. of Independent Tanker Owners –American Waterway Operators –Cruise Lines Int’l. Assn. (ICCL) –Passenger Vessel Assn. –Lake Carriers Assn. –Baltic and Int’l. Maritime Council (BIMCO) –Intercargo TRADE SUPPORT GROUP Consultation: –American Assn. of Port Authorities –Inland Rivers Ports & Terminals –National Assn. of Waterfront Employers –National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Assn. –Association of American Railroads –American Trucking Association –American Assn. of Exporters & Importers –U.S. Chamber of Commerce –Business Roundtable –Retail Industry Leaders Association

15 US National Protocols for MTS Recovery August 2008, Lima, Peru 31st APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting (TPT-WG31), Lima, Peru Federal Government Stakeholders Engaged in MTS Recovery Protocols Department of Homeland Security –USCG –CBP –TSA Department of Defense –SDDC –MSC –USACE Department of Commerce Department of Transportation –FHWA –MARAD –FRA Department of Justice –FBI Department of State Department of Energy –FERC


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