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1 Idaho Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources Protection Program and Fusion Center Brief

2 Agenda Introduction BLUFF Program Overview Responsibilities Directives Customers Budget Vision Mission Goals and Objectives Limiting Factors and Shortfalls Questions Leadership Guidance

3 Bottom Line Up Front The Idaho Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources Protection Program is relatively new (two years old) and is in the process of creating a formalized plan/program and identifying assets across the state.

4 Idaho CI/KR Program Program: CIP Subject Matter Expert Education Professional Development Research OJT Develop/create Coordinate Provide Guidance Train Exercise Maintain/Assess Authorities: Federal Regulations/Guidelines/Plans Idaho Code Governor Directives Military Division BHS Directives Homeland Security Strategy State Preparedness Grant: HSGP

5 Idaho CI/KR Program Customers: Internal: Governor, TAG, BHS, State Agencies External: Federal Government, Districts, Counties, Tribes, Cities, General Population, Private Sector, Neighbors (States & Nations)

6 Idaho CI/KR Program Costs: Personnel Equipment Planning Training Travel Budget: FY 2006 $102,803.00 FY 2007 $100,000.00 FY 2008 $1,250,000.00 * Requested.

7 What is CI/KR? Critical Infrastructure – Assets, systems, and networks whether physical or virtual, so vital to the United States, Idaho, districts, counties, or cities that the incapacity or destruction of such assets, systems, or networks would have a debilitating impact on security, economic security, public health or safety, or any combination of those matters Key Resources – are publically or privately controlled resources essential to the minimal operations of the economy and government.

8 CI Sectors Critical Infrastructure Eighteen Sectors: Agriculture and FoodNational Monuments Banking and FinanceNuclear ChemicalPostal and Shipping Commercial FacilitiesPublic Health and Healthcare CommunicationsWater DamsTransportation Defense Industrial BaseManufacturing Emergency Services Energy Government Facilities Information Technology * Yellow=new sector

9 Vision Statement Protecting Idaho’s current and future critical infrastructure and key resources from all natural and man-made threats through vigilant, adaptive, and dynamic security activities.

10 Mission Create an environment of interactive information sharing between public and private stakeholders to identify, catalog, and assess Idaho’s critical infrastructure and key resources to facilitate the protection of assets from all man-made and natural threats and to mitigate exploitation from identified vulnerabilities.

11 Goal and Objectives GOAL: Create a safer, more secure, and more resilient Idaho and America by enhancing protection of the State’s CI/KR to prevent, deter, neutralize, or mitigate effects of deliberate efforts by terrorists or natural disasters to destroy, incapacitate, or exploit them; and to strengthen state preparedness, timely response, and rapid recovery in the event of an attack, natural disaster, or other emergency. Objective 1 Create, develop, and maintain the Idaho CI/KR Protection Plan Objective 4 Enhancement of Response Operations Objective 3 Protection of CI/KR Objective 2 Identify and catalog all CI/KR

12 Short Term Targets Develop CI/KR Protection Program Get the State of Idaho PCII Accredited Create the State of Idaho PCII SOP Identify CI/KR throughout the State of Idaho Professional development (AT, CT, and Natural Disaster Education) Develop or adapt a CI/KR database

13 CI/KR Protection Program Critical Indicators Cataloging of CI/KR Data Private Industry Participation Feedback from Stakeholders Trend Data Internal Reviews SAV & Other Assessments CI/KR Incorporation in Other Plans

14 Limiting Factors and Shortfalls Time Funding Training/Education

15 Idaho CIP/KR Program Questions???

16 Idaho CIP/KR Program Leadership Guidance

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