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KC RICE 05 OBJECTIVES Test Agency Orders of Succession Test Agency delegations of authority Test Execution of Agency Minimum Essential Functions Test practicality of procedures surrounding use of Agency Alternate Facilities Test use of agency interoperability communications Test practicality and access to agency vital records Test practicality of Agency plans and procedures in the COOP Program (reference: Federal Preparedness Circular 65)
ADDITIONAL OBJECTIVES KC RICE 05, NOT TESTED BEFORE Test and develop Agency plans and procedures for Phase II COOP Operations Sub-objectives: –Demonstrate that all action items are logged and assigned with actions taken recorded. –Demonstrate that multi-tasked actions are coordinated properly and effective. –Demonstrate information flow to and from SERT/Senior Leadership of the Agency
ADDITIONAL OBJECTIVES KC RICE 05 Test plans and procedures for both internal and external communications Sub-Objectives: –Demonstrate establishment of public information function –Demonstrate capability to coordinate the development and dissemination of clear, accurate, and timely information –Illustrate process of handling media inquiries –Demonstrate uses of Family Plan throughout the organization
ADDITIONAL OBJECTIVES KC RICE 05 Test plans and procedures for communications with Disaster Ad-Hoc entities: Sub-Objectives: –Demonstrate Regional Resource Coordination Center, formerly the ROC –Demonstrate interaction with the Principle Federal Official (PFO)
ADDITIONAL OBJECTIVES KC RICE 05 Test plans and procedures for devolution of operations. Sub-Objectives: –Identify policies and procedures to transfer essential operations to a backup organization. –Demonstrate a clear implementation plan of how and when operations should be transferred.
ADDITIONAL OBJECTIVES KC RICE 05 Test plans and procedures for reconstitution and return to normal operations. Sub-Objectives: –Demonstrate ability to identify logistical needs to reconstitute services after the emergency has ended –Identify policies and procedures necessary to implement Phase III of COOP Plans
SUMMARY OF OBJECTIVES Exercise with more Phase II emphasis Test elements of FPC 65 Exercise more interagency communications Interact with the elements of the NRP –PFO –JIC –RRCC (ROC) Select ESFs
Differences Interaction with elements of the new NRP –Regional Resource Coordination Center (RRCC) –Joint Information Center (JIC) –Principal Federal Official (PFO) Phone lines stimulating cross talk Existence of a simulation cell Existence of an off site element for 12 agencies
SIZE 52 COOP plans to be exercised 278 participants on site (estimated) (50+ exercise staff) 165 participants at various off sites (estimated)
Exercise Play Action items will come in from several different angles. –White Cell via paper –Various ways from the simulation cell –Come in various ways from other agencies NOTE: If you are killed off please step away from the table and let the group react without you. We are breaking new ground, it will be rough. You will be challenged on new issues like devolution and reconstitution.
After Action Reports There are two after action reports and an Exercise Evaluation Form to fill out. Copies of the reports are in your handbook. –Exercise Evaluation Form: Ask each individual to fill out one for him/herself and turn it in. –External - General After Action Report: Each Agency will report-out on the lessons learned and smart practices so that other Agencies may benefit. Do not put sensitive information in this AAR. That will remain internal; this report will go public. –Internal – Agency Specific: Each Agency has a format to fill out a detailed after action report. The detailed report is for your use only.
8:00 Summary of Important Points 601 E 12 th St Building gone Damage to the US Courthouse in Kansas City MO. Offices at 1500 E Bannister damaged. KC Weather Service employees killed in ambush from a fake fire alarm Oil Prices climbing as a result of ship sinking in Houston
9:00 Summary of Important Points More panic in the area Terrorist attack at a mall in CA Internet Attacks happening Paseo Bridge out via a barge accident For exercise purposes, time now day 2 (phase II).
PRESS CONFERENCE 09:30 – The President of the Kansas City Federal Executive Board, Brad Scott holds a press conference to reassure the citizens of the Kansas City area that the Federal Government is still on the job.
Press saying the Feds fleeing Area at Red KC Central Business District Shut Down Husker Stadium under protection of NE. Gov. Vigilante action Panic run on SSA leading to violence Rumor of Resumption of Draft Bombing of NE Furniture Mart Phone lines saturated
PRESS CONFERENCE 11:45 - The President of the Kansas City Federal Executive Board, Brad Scott and the Principle Federal Official for the Kansas City area holds a press conference to reassure the citizens of the Kansas City area that the Federal Government will continue to maintain a presence in the city, deliver essential services and rebuild in the downtown area.
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