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1 Welcome to the H-GAC pre-orientation

2 Preparing Texas Today... Houston Galveston Area Council Regional Exercise Pre-Orientation July 12, 2006 Houston, Texas A Texas Community Partnership...for Tomorrow’s Challenges Governor’s Division of Emergency Management Office of the Governor

3 Our first goal must be to do everything within our power to prevent a terrorist attack “Our first goal must be to do everything within our power to prevent a terrorist attack.” -- Governor Rick Perry Coordinated and comprehensive use of state resources and federal funding....” Prepare for Prevent Respond to Recover from natural and manmade disasters, including acts of terrorism. Texas Homeland Security Strategy

4 Texas Exercise Plan

5 Vision // Intent // Goals Exercise Categories Exercise Milestones Monitoring and Evaluation Exercise Assessment Five Year Plan Exercise Types

6 Provide a comprehensive strategy of cohesive training and exercises that will prepare the State of Texas to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from natural disasters, man-made disasters, or acts of Weapons of Mass Destruction/Terrorism. Exercise Strategy Vision

7 Texas Preparedness Objectives

8 Examine regional level policies, plans and procedures. Clarify and train local, regional and state level personnel in roles and responsibilities. Improve interagency coordination and communication. Exercise Strategy Intent

9 Identify gaps in capabilities. Assess the effectiveness of and identify opportunities for improvement. Exercise Strategy Intent

10 Enhance Texas’ capability to deter or prevent deliberate acts of WMD/Terrorism. Improve the planning and cooperation between critical infrastructure entities, private, local, state and federal law enforcement. Strategic Goals

11 Improve the planning and cooperation between emergency responders, state and local officials (including law enforcement, firefighters, emergency medical personnel and other key agencies such as public works and emergency management agencies) in preparing to respond to natural and man-made disasters as well as deliberate acts of WMD/Terrorism. Strategic Goals

12 Centrally account for and report the exercises that are taking place in the State of Texas. Provide exercises at graduated levels of preparedness. Strategic Goals

13 Exercises will facilitate jurisdictional assessment of: State, regional, and local capability to effectively respond to a natural and man-made disasters as well as deliberate acts of WMD/Terrorism. Local ability to properly identify the agent involved in a WMD/Terrorism incident– chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or explosive (CBRNE). Exercise Goals

14 Exercises will facilitate jurisdictional assessment of: Participants’ understanding of federal, state, regional, and local relationships during a WMD/Terrorism incident or other disaster. Participants’ ability to execute jurisdictional Emergency Management, Regional Unified Command Plans and validation of local plans, organizations, and equipment. Exercise Goals

15 Vision // Intent // Goals Exercise Categories Exercise Milestones Monitoring and Evaluation Exercise Assessment Five Year Plan Exercise Types

16 Basic Preparedness Level: Primarily functional and regional coordination exercises. Intermediate Preparedness Level: Graded, more complex functional exercises that emphasize interoperable communication systems. Advanced Preparedness Level: Begin with a prevention and deterrence/pre-incident phase and evolve into an incident response/recovery exercise; participants may include private industry, the Joint Terrorism Task Force, Health Alert Network, or other such organizations. Categories of Exercises

17 Special Exercises: Tabletop, Functional, Full- Scale or Capstone Exercises with a specific focus; hurricanes, nuclear threats, school incidents, foreign and emerging animal diseases, etc. Simulations: computer based system that provides a graphic, database, and decision exercise component. Categories of Exercises

18 Vision // Intent // Goals Exercise Categories Exercise Categories Exercise Milestones Monitoring and Evaluation Exercise Assessment Five Year Plan Exercise Types Exercise Milestones

19 Regional Exercise Milestones Jurisdictional understanding of key components of program Program “buy in” from jurisdiction Confirm key program dates Interactive, working meeting to design scenario and coordinate training and exercise requirements Forum for elected and non-elected senior officials to discuss strategic and executive level WMD/Terrorism preparedness issues Outcome: participants ready to manage” the incident using ICS Enhanced Response Plans, Improvement Plan & Post Exercise Report E = Exercise Month E-1 E-1 to 2 E-2 to 3 E-4 Workshop for personnel with PIO duties, or who would be involved in media related duties E-5 to 6 Implement improvement plan/follow up assessment and monitoring Pre-exercise working meeting to identify jurisdictional needs, capabilities and emphasis areas for training and exercise requirements E+1 to 6 Provides a walk through to ensure all participants understand the plan and their roles Texas WMD/Terrorism Incident Exercise Program Orientation Exercise Scenario Planning Meeting Senior Officials Workshop (SOW) (optional) WMD/Terrorism Incident Exercise PIO WMD Workshop (optional) Pre-Orientation Jurisdictional Assessment Meeting Pre-exercise Tabletop Incident Command System (ICS) w/Tabletop Exercise (optional)

20 Regional Exercise Milestones Pre-exercise working meeting to identify jurisdictional needs, capabilities and emphasis areas for training and exercise requirements Pre-Orientation Jurisdictional Assessment Meeting

21 Texas WMD/Terrorism Incident Exercise Program Orientation Jurisdictional understanding of key components of program Program “buy in” from jurisdiction Confirm key program dates Regional Exercise Milestones

22 Interactive, working meeting to design scenario and coordinate training and exercise requirements Exercise Scenario Planning Meeting

23 Regional Exercise Milestones Senior Officials Workshop (SOW) (optional) Incident Command System (ICS) w/Tabletop Exercise (optional) Forum for elected and non- elected senior officials to discuss strategic and executive level WMD/terrorism preparedness issues Outcome: Exercise participants ready to manage the incident using NIMS/ICS PIO WMD Workshop (optional) Workshop for personnel with PIO duties, or who would be involved in media related responsibilities

24 Regional Exercise Milestones Provides a pre-exercise walk through to ensure all participants understand the plan and their roles Pre-exercise Tabletop

25 Regional Exercise Milestones Enhanced Response Plans, Improvement Plan & Post Exercise Report WMD/Terrorism Incident Exercise

26 Regional Exercise Milestones Implement Improvement Plan/follow up assessment and monitoring

27 Vision // Intent // Goals Exercise Categories Exercise Categories Exercise Milestones Exercise Milestones Monitoring and Evaluation Exercise Assessment Five Year Plan Exercise Types

28 Monitoring and Evaluation The Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) provides the following eight steps for exercise evaluation, integrated analysis, and After Action Report (AAR)/Improvement Plan (IP):

29 Monitoring and Evaluation Step 1: Plan and organize the evaluation Step 2: Observe the exercise and collect data Step 3: Analyze data Step 4: Develop the draft AAR Step 5: Conduct an exercise debrief Step 6: Identify improvements to be implemented Step 7: Finalize the AAR Step 8: Track implementation

30 Monitoring and Evaluation AFTER ACTION REPORT A jurisdictional AAR should be completed within 45 days of exercise conclusion for submission to GDEM to be forwarded to ODP in accordance with the HSEEP. Copies of the AAR will also go to the county judge/mayor and DDC of all participating jurisdictions.

31 Monitoring and Evaluation AFTER ACTION REPORT Lessons learned are pulled from all Texas exercises and posted to the GDEM website. GDEM sponsors a Homeland Security Conference with lessons learned folded in for State Emergency Management personnel.

32 Vision // Intent // Goals Exercise Categories Exercise Categories Exercise Milestones Exercise Milestones Monitoring and Evaluation Monitoring and Evaluation Exercise Assessment Five Year Plan Exercise Types Agenda

33 Exercise Assessment IMPROVEMENT PLAN (IP) Exercises offer jurisdictions a unique opportunity to examine the cohesiveness of numerous plans, policies, and procedures in a high-stress environment, but outside the scope of a real emergency. Post-exercise activities focused on improving identified weaknesses are essential to realizing the benefits from an exercise.

34 Exercise Assessment IMPROVEMENT PLAN (IP) Careful analysis and prioritization should go into developing AAR recommendations and IP content. The designated format for the After Action Report and Improvement Plan are posted on the GDEM website.

35 Vision // Intent // Goals Exercise Categories Exercise Categories Exercise Milestones Exercise Milestones Monitoring and Evaluation Monitoring and Evaluation Exercise Assessment Exercise Assessment Five Year Plan Five Year Plan Exercise Types Agenda

36 Beginning June 2006, the plan calls for: Regional Exercises (RE) for each COG region to assess/validate the regional unified command plans and… 17 Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) exercises for the 17 major population centers in the state. Initial year (2006): 6 Regional exercises beginning in June/first SNS in Feb 07. Five Year Plan

37 Council of Governments (COG) Regions 8 9 2 1 7 10 24 3 4 18 19 12 23 20 1 22 5 13 17 16 21 6 14 15 Council of Governments

38 H-GAC Population: 5,400,00

39 H-GAC/DDCs Jefferson Tyler Walker Hardin Grimes Liberty Chambers Montgomery Orange Washington Fayette Wharton Colorado Austin Fort Bend Brazoria Harris Matagorda Waller Galveston Sub 2C 2A 2B Sub 2A Al Guarino RLO 2C Conroe (936)442-2868 Jay Hall RLO 2B Beaumont (409) 924-5427 Jennifer Hawes RLO 2A Houston (281) 517-1317 Dennis Guffey RLO S2A Texas City 409-938-7899 Danny Zitterich RLO Sub 2C Pierce 979-337-1015

40 COG/RE Non-SNS Locations Council of Governments Region Panhandle Regional Planning Commission (1) South Plains Association of Governments(2) Nortex Regional Planning Commission (3) North Central Tx. Council of Governments (4) Ark-Tex Council of Governments (5) East Texas Council of Governments (6)

41 COG/RE Non-SNS Locations Council of Governments Region West Central Texas Council of Governments (7) Rio Grande Council of Governments (8) Permian Basin Rgnl. Planning Commission (9) Concho Valley Council of Governments (10) Heart of Texas Council of Governments (11) Capital Area Planning Council (12)

42 COG/RE Non-SNS Locations Council of Governments Region Brazos Valley Council of Governments (13) Deep East Texas Council of Governments (14) South East Tx. Rgnl. Planning Commission (15) Houston-Galveston Area Council (16) Golden Crescent Regl Planning Commission(17) Alamo Area Council of Governments (18)

43 COG/RE Non-SNS Locations Council of Governments Region South Texas Development Council (19) Coastal Bend Council of Governments(20) Lower Rio Grande Valley Dvlpmnt. Council(21) Texoma Council of Governments (22) Central Texas Council of Governments(23) Middle Rio Grande Development Council (24)

44 Texas Population Centers Texas Population Centers

45 SNS Exercise Locations 1) El Paso 2) Amarillo 3) Lubbock 4) Midland/Odessa/Abilene/San Angelo 5) Tyler/Longview/Marshall/Lufkin /Nacogdoches 6) Wichita Falls 7) Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington 8) Waco/Temple/Killeen 9) Bryan/College Station

46 SNS Exercise Locations 10) Austin 11) Texarkana 12) San Antonio 13) Laredo 14) Brownsville/Harlingen/McAllen 15) Corpus Christi 16) Houston/Galveston 17) Beaumont

47 ision // Intent // Goals Vision // Intent // Goals Exercise Categories Exercise Categories Exercise Milestones Exercise Milestones Monitoring and Evaluation Monitoring and Evaluation Exercise Assessment Exercise Assessment Five Year Plan Five Year Plan Exercise Types Agenda

48 Will include Prevent, Protect, Respond, and Recovery components. Exercises designed to exercise all components/elements provided by the State to Regions, e.g., equipment/technologies, organizations, interoperable communications. Front end training optional, if previously received in an exercise. Regional Exercises

49 Regional and SNS exercises to be preceded by tabletops as necessary to ensure success. Improvised Explosive Device (IED) component in all exercises. Evaluation plan to include auditing of plans, MAA, equipment; jurisdictional ability to man and employ equipment, etc. Regional Exercises

50 Initial Regional Exercises to cover: Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington area/Amarillo area then others of the 24 COG regions. Regional Exercises

51 Critical Infrastructure Protection components to be incorporated into regional exercises. Selected individual exercises may occur at the discretion of GDEM on an as required basis. Critical Infrastructure Exercises

52 Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) Schedule designed to deconflict SNS and regional exercises. Initial area for SNS: El Paso, then the others of the 17 state population centers. SNS exercises will include a RSS (Receiving, Staging, and Storage), some number greater than 1 of Points of Dispensing (PODs) and some number of hospitals. Focus on drilling the receipt, distribution and dispensing of the SNS. Training PODs to be acquired by the state for SNS exercises.

53 Exercise Requirements to Be Incorporated TXDOT HMEP (hazmat preparedness) Nuclear/Radiation (NRC/FEMA/DOE/DSHS) TAHC (Animal Health) DSHS (small animals) Parks and Wildlife (wild animals) Hurricane Exercises School exercises TX ANG (6 th CST) DOD ODP EMPG GDEM standards PANTEX (DOE) FAA airport requirements Sea Port requirements/USCG Border Patrol EPA/TCEQ (border exercises) Cyber Security where applicable

54 PH/MED Requirements to Be Incorporated DSHS (ER certification/mass casualty/hospital licensing) HRSA (Health Resources and Services Administration) (Trauma Regional Advisory Councils & Dallas/Ft. Worth Hospital Planning Council) CDC (Local Public Health Regions and Departments) SNS (Public Health Regions) MMRS (Metropolitan Medical Response System) International Cross Border Early Warning Infectious Disease Surveillance Project (DSHS)

55 PH/MED Requirements to Be Incorporated Cities Readiness Initiative (CRI) (DSHS) Mental Health CHEMPACK- nationwide project for the “forward” placement of nerve agent antidotes BioWatch- "an early-warning system designed to detect the release of biological agents in the air through a comprehensive protocol of monitoring and laboratory analysis." (DHS/EPA/DSHS) Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations – JACHO (Hospital Accreditation)

56 Five Year Plan Goal State Goal: To have every jurisdiction participate in both a Regional and a SNS exercise within 5 years beginning June 06.

57 Exercise Schedule The following dates should now be confirmed: (Aug 9, ‘06) Orientation Meeting (Aug 9, ‘06) (Sep 20, ‘06) Scenario Planning Meeting (Sep 20, ‘06) (Oct 12, ‘06) Senior Officials Workshop (Oct 12, ‘06) Oct 24-25, ‘06) PIO Training (Oct 24-25, ‘06) (Nov 7-9, ‘06) ICS Training/Table Top Exercise(Nov 7-9, ‘06) (Indicate # of classes desired at least 4 weeks prior to above date and if any PH sessions are desired) (Dec 5, ‘06) Tabletop Exercise (Dec 5, ‘06) (Jan 23-25, ‘07) Regional Exercise (Jan 23-25, ‘07)

58 Proposed Exercises for 2006 MonthExercise TypeLocation MayHurricane Exercise Statewide (coastal evacuation, contra flow, sheltering, continuity of government) JuneRegionalDallas, Ft Worth, Arlington/ North Central Texas COG AugustRegionalAmarillo-Panhandle Regional Planning Commission SeptemberRegionalSan Angelo-Concho Valley Council of Governments October2 RegionalsSan Antonio-Alamo COG Lubbock-South Plains COG DecemberRegionalLaredo- South Texas Development Council

59 Proposed Exercises for 2006 MonthExercise TypeLocation JanuaryRegionalHouston/Galveston Brazoria COG FebruaryRegional/ SNS Austin/Cap COG El Paso March1 Regional Lufkin- Nacogdoches- Deep East Texas COG April2 Regionals Wichita Falls-Nortex Regional PC Midland/Odessa- Permian Basin Regional PC

60 Proposed Exercises for 2006 REGIONAL EXERCISES 11 Exercises June 06 - April 07 Pre Orientation Orientation Planning SOW (optional) PIO (optional) ICS/TTX (optional) TTX Regional Exercise SNS EXERCISE 1 Exercise February 07 Pre Orientation Orientation Planning ICS/TTX TTX SNS Exercise

61 Proposed Exercises for 2006 Brown = Pre-Orientation Black = Orientation (Exercise Program) Red = Planning (Scenario Meeting) Blue = ICS/Tabletop (TTX) Pink = SOW (Senior Officials Workshop) Orange = PIO (Public Info Training) Gold = RE or SNS TTX Green = RE or SNS (Regional Exercise or SNS) Program Director Hank Lawson hank.lawson@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-6923hank.lawson@teexmail.tamu.edu GDEM Exercises Program Managers Jim Sachtleben james.sachtleben@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-6853james.sachtleben@teexmail.tamu.edu Ralph Staplin ralph.staplin@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-6880ralph.staplin@teexmail.tamu.edu Tom Felts tom.felts@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-6948tom.felts@teexmail.tamu.edu Exercise Program Coordinators Debby Hassel debby.hassel@teexmail.tamu.edu(979) 458-6946debby.hassel@teexmail.tamu.edu Gary Meaney gary.meaney@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-6813gary.meaney@teexmail.tamu.edu Jerry Maxwell jerry.maxwell@teexmail.tamu.edu(979) 458-7784jerry.maxwell@teexmail.tamu.edu Karen Wilcox karen.wilcox@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-6964karen.wilcox@teexmail.tamu.edu Keith Stephens keith.stephens@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-7775keith.stephens@teexmail.tamu.edu Lupe Sosa lupe.sosa@teexmail.tamu.edu(979) 458-7792lupe.sosa@teexmail.tamu.edu Mike Dodd michael.dodd@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-6750michael.dodd@teexmail.tamu.edu Ron Hilliard ron.hilliard@teexmail.tamu.edu(979) 458-7797ron.hilliard@teexmail.tamu.edu Roy Robinson roy.robinson@teexmail.tamu.edu (979) 458-7790roy.robinson@teexmail.tamu.edu 27 June 2006 Exercise personnel : first PC initial is lead for designated event. (HL) = Hank Lawson: (TF) = Tom Felts; (JS) = Jim Sachtleben; (RS) = Ralph Staplin; (MD) = Mike Dodd; (DH) = Debby Hassel; (RH) = Ron Hilliard; (JM) = Jerry Maxwell; (GM) = Gary Meaney; (RR) = Roy Robinson; (LS) = Lupe Sosa; (KS) = Keith Stephens; (KW) = Karen Wilcox;

62 Texas GDEM WMD/Terrorism Exercise Program 2006-2007 (Proposed) July 06 August 06 September 06 October 06 November 06 December 06 4: Independence Day 6: Orientation ALAMO AREA (18) (TF/KW) 11-13: ICS/TTX PANHANDLE REGIONAL (1) (JS/RH) 11: Pre Orient South Texas Development Council (19) (JS/DH) 12: Pre Orient HOUSTON- GALVESTON (16) (TF/MD) 18: Orientation SOUTH PLAINS (2) (RS/GM) 28: SOW RE Concho Valley COG (10) (RS/RR) 26: TTX Panhandle COG RE (1) (JS/RH) 1-3: ICS/TTX Concho Valley COG (10) (RS/RR) 8-10: RE PANHANDLE REGIONAL (1) (JS/RH) 9: Orient HOUSTON- GALVESTON (16) (TF/MD) 10: Orientation South Texas Development Council(19) (JS/DH) 16: Planning ALAMO AREA (18) (TF/KW) 22: Planning SOUTH PLAINS (2) (RS/GM) 22-23: PIO ALAMO AREA (18) (TF/KW) 24: TTX Concho Valley COG (10) (RS/RR) 29-30: PIO SOUTH PLAINS (2) (RS/GM) 4: Labor Day 6-8: ICS/TTX RE ALAMO AREA (18) (TF/KW) 6: Pre-Orientation RE CAPITOL AREA (RS/LS) 7: Planning South Texas Development Council (19) (JS/DH) 12-14:RE Concho Valley COG (10) (RS/RR) 12-14: ICS/TTX SOUTH PLAINS (2) (RS/GM) 13: Pre Orient SNS El Paso (8) (TF/KW) 19: TTX ALAMO AREA RE (18) (TF/KW) 20: Pre Orientation DEEP EAST TEXAS (5)(JS/KS) 20: Plan HOUS- GALVESTON (16) (TF/MD) 20-21: PIO South Texas Development Council (19) (JS/DH) 27: TTX SOUTH PLAINS RE (2) (RS/GM) 27: SOW ALAMO AREA (18) (TF/MD) 4: Orient CAPITOL AREA (3) (RS/LS) 9: Columbus Day 10-12: RE ALAMO AREA (18) (TF/KW) 10: SOW RE SOUTH PLAINS (2) RS/GM 12: SOW HOUSTON- GALVESTON (16) (TF/MD) 10: PRE-ORIENT NORTEX REGIONAL (3) (RS/RR) 12: PRE-ORIENT RE PERMIAN BASIN (9) (TF/JM) 18: SOW South Texas Development Council (19) (JS/DH) 24-25: PIO HOUSTON- GALVESTON (16) (TF/MD) 24-26: RE SOUTH PLAINS (2) (RS/GM) 24-26: ICS/TTX South Texas Development Council (19) (JS/DH) 25: Orientation SNS El Paso (8) (TF/KW) 25: Orientation DEEP EAST TEXAS (5) (JS/KS) 1: Planning DEEP EAST TEXAS (JS/KS) 2: Planning CAPITOL AREA (3) (RS/LS) 7-9: ICS/TTX HOUSTON- GALVESTON AREA (16) (TF/MD) 7-8: PIO DEEP EAST TEXAS (5) (JS/KS) 8: TTX South Texas Development Council (19) (JS/DH) 8: Orientation NORTEX REGIONAL (3) (RS/RR) 8: ORIENTATION RE PERMIAN BASIN (9)(TF/JM) 14: Planning SNS El Paso (8) (TF/KW) 14-15 PIO CAPITOL AREA (3) (RS/LS) 23-24: Thanksgiving 27-1 Dec: GDEM HLS Conference 1 (cont): GDEM HLS Conf 5-7: RE South Texas Development Council (19) (JS/DH) 5-6 PIO NORTEX REGIONAL (3) (RS/RR) 5: TTX HOUSTON- GALVESTON RE (16) (TF/MD) 5-7: ICS/TTX CAPITOL AREA (RS/LS) 6: SOW DEEP EAST TEXAS (5) (JS/KS) 7: Planning RE PERMIAN BASIN (9) (TF/JM) 12-13: PIO RE PERMIAN BASIN (9) (TF/JM) 12: SOW CAPITOL AREA (3) (RS/LS) 13: Planning NORTEX REGIONAL (3) (RS/RR) 23-31: Christmas Holidays 27 June 2006

63 Texas GDEM WMD/Terrorism Exercise Program 2006-2007 (Proposed) January 07 February 07 March 07 April 07 May 07 June 07 10-12: RE NORTEX REGIONAL (3) (RS/RR) 24-26: RE PERMIAN BASIN (9) (TF/JM) 1: SNS El Paso (8) (TF/KW) (cont. fm 27-28 Feb) 1: ICS/TTX RE PERMIAN BASIN (9) (TF/JM) 13: TTX NORTEX REGIONAL RE (3) (RS/RR) 15: TTX PERMIAN BASIN RE (9) (TF/JM) 20-23: RE DEEP EAST TEXAS (5) (J/KS) 1: TTX SNS El Paso (8) (TF/KW) 13-15: RE CAPITOL AREA (RS/LS) 13-15: ICS/TTX RE NORTEX REGIONAL (3) (RS/RR) 15: TTX DEEP EAST TEXAS RE (5) (JS/KS) 27-28: ICS/TTX RE PERMIAN BASIN (9) (TF/JM) 27-28: SNS El Paso (8) (TF/KW) (thru 1 March) 9-11: ICS/TTX SNS El Paso (8) (TF/KW) 9-10: PIO DEEP EAST TEXAS (5) (JS/KS) 16: SOW RE NORTEX REGIONAL (3) (RS/RR) 16: TTX CAPITOL AREA RE (3) (RS/LS) 18: SOW RE PERMIAN BASIN (9) (TF/JM) 23-25: ICS/TTX DEEP EAST TEXAS (5) (J/KS) 23-25: RE HOUSTON- GALVESTON AREA (16) (TF/MD) 27 Jun 2006

64 COG Name/Abbreviation/Headquarters (major population centers) Panhandle Regional Planning Commission (COG Region 1)South Plains Association of Governments (COG Region 2) PRPCSPAG AMARILLO LUBBOCK Nortex Regional Planning Commission (COG Region 3)North Central Texas Council of Governments (COG Region 4) NORTEXNCTCOG WICHITA FALLSARLINGTON (DALLAS/FT. WORTH, OTHERS) Ark-Tex Council of Governments (COG Region 5)East Texas Council of Governments (COG Region 6) ARK-TEXETCOG TERXARKANAKILGORE (LONGVIEW) West Central Texas Council of Governments (COG Region 7)Rio Grande Council of Governments (COG Region 8) WCTCOGRGCOG ABILENEEL PASO Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission (COG Region 9)Concho Valley Council of Governments (COG Region 10) PRPCCVCOG MIDLAND-ODESSASAN ANGELO Heart of Texas Council of Governments (COG Region 11) Capital Area Planning Council (COG Region 12) HOTCOGCAPCOG WACOAUSTIN Brazos Valley Council of Governments (COG Region 13) Deep East Texas Council of Governments (COG Region 14) BVCOGDETCOG BRYAN-COLLEGE STATIONJASPER (LUFKIN-NACOGDOCHES) South East Texas Regional Planning Commission (COG Region 15) Houston-Galveston Area Council (COG Region 16) SETRPCH-GAC BEAUMONT (PORT ARTHUR ORANGE)HOUSTON (GALVESTON, TECAS CITY, OTHERS) Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission (COG Region 17) Alamo Area Council of Governments (COG Region 18) GCRPCH-GAC VICTORIASAN ANTONIO South Texas Development Council (COG Region 19) Coastal Bend Council of Governments (COG Region 20) STDCCBCOG LAREDOCORPUS CHRISTI Lower Rio Valley Development Council (COG Region 21) Texoma Council of Governments (COG Region 22) LRGVDCTEXOMA MACALLEN (HARLINGEN, BROWNSVILLE)SHERMAN Central Texas Council of Governments (COG Region 23) Middle Rio Grande Development Council (COG Region 24) CTCOGMRGDC BELTONCARRIZO SPRINGS (UVALDE)

65 Governor’s Division of Emergency Management (GDEM) Jack Colley Steve Vaughn (Chief) (State Coordinator for Operations) (512) 424-2443(512) 424-2434 jack.colley@txdps.state.tx.ussteve.vaughn@txdps.state.tx.us Gary Weeks (512) 424-5347 Terrorism Preparedness gary.weeks@txdps.state.tx.us National Emergency Response & Rescue Training Center (NERRTC/TEEX) Mike Dodd (979) 458-6750 michael.dodd@teexmail.tamu.edu Tom Felts (979) 458-6948 tom.felts@teexmail.tamu.edu Hank Lawson (979) 458-6923 hank.lawson@teexmail.tamu.edu GDEM/NERRTC Contact Info

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67 QUESTIONS?

68 Expected Participation Will your agency participate in the exercise? If so, to what level? Do you want to activate an EOC? (If so, it should be for both days of the exercise.) How many participants would staff the EOC? Are there any unique exercise requirements that you'd like to accomplish? Any specific WMD agents desired, locations, and so forth? Please bring this information to the Orientation meeting with you and communicate with Mike Dodd between now and then. Thanks.

69 Preparing Texas Today... Houston Galveston Area Council Regional Exercise Pre-Orientation July 12, 2006 Houston, Texas A Texas Community Partnership...for Tomorrow’s Challenges Governor’s Division of Emergency Management Office of the Governor


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