Presentation on theme: "Idaho Regional Interoperable Communications Governance Presented to the Idaho Association of Counties by Commissioner Joe Young, Governance Chair Idaho."— Presentation transcript:
Idaho Regional Interoperable Communications Governance Presented to the Idaho Association of Counties by Commissioner Joe Young, Governance Chair Idaho Statewide Interoperability Executive Council June 2009
Who Local practitioners from Idaho’s current Homeland Security districts form three (3) regional interoperable communications governance councils (RICCs). These councils will partner with the Idaho Emergency Communications Council, Idaho Statewide Interoperability Executive Council, and the Public Safety and Education Communications Governance Council to address interoperable communications policy, resource allocation, operations, maintenance and sustainability.
What The establishment of three regional interoperable communications governance councils to utilize and leverage the working agreements and investments already in place among the Idaho emergency response community and create the same where absent.
Why I-C-A-WIN next phase Recommended by the DHS Office for Emergency Communications in the National Emergency Communications Plan Recommended in Idaho’s statewide Assessment Regionalization is the focus of Idaho's partner agencies at the federal and cross-border levels Future funding focused on regional structures
Governance - common governing structure for solving interoperability issues District 3 District 5 District 6 State Agencies Tribes District 4 District 1 District 2 Interoperability – District Information Status DHS Interoperability Continuum - Idaho Statewide Assessment 2008
When Governance work began January 2009 with Idaho’s attendance at the National Governors Association Governance Academy Governance team meets weekly and are drafting the charter, by-laws, MOUs, SOPs, and resolution for participant review and approval District meetings with the local responder community to begin July 2009 – districts will forward authorized representatives to serve on the regional council Regional governance councils expected to be functional late fall 2009
Fall 08 Assessment completed-Governance recommended Governance project funding secured SIEC Governance Subcommittee formed and tasked Winter 09 Attend NGA Governance Academy Develop schedule for governance implementation Spring 09 Develop draft tools for governance Present to SIEC, ECC, PSECGC for review, approval Summer 09 District meetings: Practitioners authorize / appoint regional representation; review / approve governance documents Regional meetings: Appointed representatives review / formalize governance documents Fall 09 Regional councils formally established – presented to ECC, SIEC, PSECGC to develop work flow, communications Begin development of collaborative strategic plan – 12 mos process
Where District 1 & 2 = Region OneAdministering County: Kootenai District 3 & 4 = Region TwoAdministering County: Canyon District 5 & 6 = Region ThreeAdministering County: Bannock
IDAHO LOCAL PRACTITIONER DRIVEN EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE Military Division PSECGC Executive level SIEC Executive level REGION 1 District Coordination Team Kootenai District 1 Area Stake Holders District 2 Area Stake Holders REGION 2 District Coordination Team Canyon District 3 Area Stake Holders District 4 Area Stake Holders REGION 3 District Coordination Team Bannock District 5 Area Stake Holders District 6 Area Stake Holders ECC Executive Level
Goal The Regional Interoperable Communications Governance Councils, in coordination with the SIEC, IECC and PSECGC, will develop and implement a three-year strategic plan to determine practitioner-driven governance in these areas Policy Resource Allocation Operations MaintenanceSustainability