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Governor’s Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness February 25, 2014 A NNUAL GOHSEP C ONFERENCE OHSEP Directors + LEPA + LEPC M EMBERS.

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1 Governor’s Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness February 25, 2014 A NNUAL GOHSEP C ONFERENCE OHSEP Directors + LEPA + LEPC M EMBERS

2 W ELCOME A NNUAL GOHSEP C ONFERENCE OHSEP Directors + LEPA + LEPC M EMBERS

3 Kevin Davis Director Chris Guilbeaux Deputy Director Preparedness, Response & Interoperability D. Schultz Section Chief Preparedness Training Exercise CI/KR Planning S. Wyatt Section Chief Operations EOC Logistics Mapping Interoperability Kevin Breaux Asst. Deputy Director Regional Support Fusion Center Support Fixed Nuclear Facilities Christina Dayries Chief of Staff/Deputy Director Grants & Administration Homeland Security Grants Admin. Administrative Services D. McLaughlin Facility Mgr. Facility Management T. Broussard Compliance Mgr. Sub Recipient Monitoring James Clark Asst. Deputy Director State Management Cost B. Joseph Section Chief Recovery Grants Administration Mark Riley Deputy Director Disaster Recovery Casey Tingle Asst. Deputy Director Hazard Mitigation T. Wilson Section Chief HM Grants J. Giering SHMO HM SALS B. Oiler Exec Officer Mark DeBosier Asst. Deputy Director Public Assistance L. Browning Exec Officer PA Closeout PA Grants Mgmt J. Gonzales Section Chief PA Technical Services M. Smith Section Chief PA SALs DR Management Legal, Appeals, Doc Services, CAP, Closeout, Process Services James Smith Executive Officer Mike Steele Communications Director Vernie McNamee Executive Assistant GOHSEP Organization

4 A L OOK F ORWARD A NNUAL GOHSEP C ONFERENCE OHSEP Directors + LEPA + LEPC M EMBERS

5 A NNUAL GOHSEP C ONFERENCE OHSEP Directors + LEPA + LEPC M EMBERS Preparedness, Response & Interoperability

6 Statewide Initiative is underway to consolidate all Executive Branch Information Technology (IT) services The State will create a new Office of Technology Services (OTS) under the Division of Administration GOHSEP’s IT functions, in most part, has been consolidated with the Department of Public Safety Services (DPS) DPS’ IT functions will also be consolidated with OTS – This includes Radio Communications & LWIN services Consolidation of Information Technology Services

7 Radio Communications/LWIN Staff – Intent is to leave staff delegated to DPS (employees of OTS) – Staff will continue current functions/services – Support for LWIN will continue at no cost to users – Revenue to fund LWIN expenditures will come from DPS’ Riverboat Gaming Fund & not the previous Statutory Dedicated Fund – No cuts proposed in FY14/15 executive budget – Expenditures will be within the DOA/OTS & not DPS – No change to Governance or Statute Consolidation of Information Technology Services

8 Bomb Making Materials Awareness Program (BMAP); Houma, LA March 19 th ICS 300 & ICS 400 Training, Region 2, 8, & 9 April - May Social Media for Disaster Response & Recovery Region 3, April 30 th & Region 8, May 1 st EMDAC Table Top Exercise, Region 2, March 18 th State Wide Exercise with LANG, April 1 st - 6 th Hurricane ROC Drill, April 23 rd Training & Exercises

9 Liaison Officer (LNO) Train the Trainer instruction - April 10, 2014 – For designated Agency personnel that work with Parish EOC’s during emergencies – Will provide a cadre of trained LNO’s for each Agency that are qualified to provide related training internally Did You Know: – GOHSEP has a designated Parish Liaison Officer’s (PLO) team that can provide direct assistance to Parish EOC’s during emergencies Operations

10 GOHSEP State Wide Exercise April 1-6, 2014 Exercise will validate the State of Louisiana emergency operations plan & serve as a training opportunity for personnel who work in the State EOC Exercise will incorporate key state agencies affiliated with search & rescue & evacuation operations Exercise will publicly demonstrate combined capabilities to synchronize emergency support functions Physical Sites: Prien Lake Park, Bonnet Carré, St. Charles Parish & Belle Chase JRB, Plaquemines Parish Katie McCoy GOHSEP (225) Colonel Stuart Burruss LANG (225)

11 2014 State EOP updates completed by July Critical Infrastructure Data Call beginning week of March 3 rd New Orleans International Air Evacuation Planning: May 28 th - 29 th Threat & Hazard Identification Risk Assessment (THIRA) Planning Workshops coming this summer Parish Planning Guide v.2 to be released this summer Planning

12 A NNUAL GOHSEP C ONFERENCE OHSEP Directors + LEPA + LEPC M EMBERS Disaster Recovery

13 Final Recovery Initiative - FEMA & the State are pushing hard to identify & cost all unidentified damage related to Hurricanes Katrina/Rita – Current obligation is $12.4 billion; State predicts another $1 - $1.5 billion left to obligate Public Assistance - FEMA is pushing hard to show progress in recovery through closeout of PA projects – Applicants should expect to see more activity to finalize documentation requirements to support the closeout effort Disaster Recovery

14 Hazard Mitigation (HM): – FEMA is pushing to get all HM funding ($2.4 billion) “obligated” (i.e. all projects approved) – GOHSEP will increase activity with Parishes to assist in getting projects to the obligation phase Outreach: – Focus this year will be the Hazard Mitigation program with a two day training program for elected officials & local HM managers – 5 training programs will be presented across the State in May & June Disaster Recovery

15 Hazard Mitigation Grants + Grants Management Workshops Shreveport: Monroe: Hammond: May June June Lafayette: Luling: June June 26-27

16 A NNUAL GOHSEP C ONFERENCE OHSEP Directors + LEPA + LEPC M EMBERS Other Events

17 Orlando, Florida April 14 th - 17 th, 2014 Lake Charles May 5 th - 8 th, 2014 LEPA Conference

18 May 20 th - 22 nd, 2014 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Track include: 1.Responding to Unplanned Events 2.CBRNE Response 3.Training for Preparedness 4.Program Management & Sustainment 5.Role of the State Administrative Agent 6.Emergency Medical Response Community 7.Port & Transit Security 8.Enhancing Emergency Capabilities 9.Intelligence & Information Sharing 10.Preparedness Partnerships for the Whole Community National Homeland Security Conference

19 A NNUAL GOHSEP C ONFERENCE OHSEP Directors + LEPA + LEPC M EMBERS Questions


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