Presentation on theme: "U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS"— Presentation transcript:
1 U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS
2 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS ESF#1 – TransportationESF#2 – CommunicationsESF#3 – Public Works and EngineeringESF#4 – FirefightingESF#5 – Emergency ManagementESF#6 – Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Housing & Human ServicesESF#7 – Logistics Management and Resource SupportESF#8 – Public Health and Medical ServicesESF#9 – Search and RescueESF#10 – Oil and Hazardous Materials ResponseESF#11- Agriculture and Natural ResourcesESF#12 - EnergyESF#13 – Public SafetyESF#14 – Long-Term Community RecoveryESF#15 – External Affairs
3 ESF#3 – Public Works and Engineering Infrastructure Protection and Emergency RepairInfrastructure restorationEngineering Services and Construction ManagementEmergency Contracting Support for Life-Saving and Life-Sustaining Services
4 ESF#3 TEAM MISSIONS Emergency Power (7 Districts) Temporary Housing (Los Angeles District (6 Districts))Commodities Mission (7 Districts)Temporary Roofing (5 Districts)National Ice and Water (4 Districts)Debris Removal (8 Districts)Infrastructure Assessment (4 Districts)Urban Search and RescueDTOS SupportCorps has more than 40 specialized teams ready for deployment in case of a disaster. Last year the Los Angles District had over 80 housing team members who deployed to Alabama after the tornadoes, and another 10 who deployed to Joplin for Debris removal.
7 Operation Blue Roof (Katrina) Prevent additional damage to inside of structure until owner can get roof repair.Cover only “living space”
8 JOPLIN TORNADO DAMAGES Area destroyed by tornado – 1 mile wide 6.5 miles long(Overall path of tornado was 13.8 miles)159 Fatalities, over 1,000 injured(149 died 22 May, 10 have since died from injuries)30% of City destroyed2,000 buildings destroyed8,000 housing units and 400 businesses damaged4 Schools and 2 Fire Stations destroyed1 Hospital and 2 Nursing Homes destroyed18,000 vehicles damaged or destroyed
11 DEBRIS REMOVAL (JOPLIN) MORE THAN ONE MILLION CUBIC YARDS OF DEBRIS WERE REMOVED DURING THE FIRST 4 WEEKS OF THE RECOVERY MISSION
12 TEMPORARY HOUSING (ALABAMA) During the Los Angeles District’s Housing Team deployment to Alabama more than 400 housing units were acquired, delivered, connected to utilities, furnished, and turned over to families who had lost their homes due to the tornadoes.
13 THE DEPLOYABLE TACTICAL OPERATIONS SYSTEM (DTOS) Notes Last Updated: 07 June 2007 – Thursday – by Lt JohnsonTitle Slide: Weather Update1. Graphics Link: … None for this Title Slide …2. Format: Weather Title: H = W = 3.0 H Pos = 3.5 V Pos 3.443. Explanation: When cutting and pasting graphics use Edit Paste Special – BitmapFor most slides turn ON the Lock Aspect Ratio when scaling graphics (Format Picture Dialog)For most slides dimensions and positions are noted in the Format bullet, feel free to change settings due to mission requirementsFor most slides the graphics height will be 6.5 (Format Picture Dialog)For most slides the vertical position will be 1 (Format Picture Dialog)4. Format Standards for the USACE Standard Briefing:Master Slide: Title: H = W = H Pos = V Pos 0.00Tahoma 32 Bold Italic Shade YellowLogo: H = W = H Pos = V Pos 0.22Logo Text: H = W = H Pos = V Pos 0.88, Arial 12 Bold Shade WhiteResize AutoShape to fit TextUnclassified: H = W = H Pos = V Pos 0.00Tahoma 12 All CAPS Blue, Yellow BackgroundMotto: Group: H = W = H Pos = V Pos 7.15Motto: H = W = H Pos = V Pos 7.15, Arial 16 Italic RedResize AutoShape to fit text.Left Line: H = W = H Pos = V Pos 7.33, Dark Red, Weight = 0.75 ptRight Line: H = W = H Pos = V Pos 7.33, Dark Red, Weight = 0.75 pt*** END ***THE DEPLOYABLE TACTICALOPERATIONS SYSTEM (DTOS)
14 AGENDA What is DTOS? Mission Assets Custodial Districts DTOS Operations
15 DTOS DefinedA multi-level national emergency response system strategically located within USACE Divisions to provide timely tactical support for CONUS and OCONUS emergency response operations.
16 MISSIONProvide a tactical operations and communications platform in forward areas to support rapid ramp-up of initial emergency response missions.
17 ASSETS Emergency Command and Control Vehicle (ECCV) Mobile Communications Vehicle (MCV)Containerized Tactical Operations Center (CTOC)Emergency Support Unit (ESU)
23 RRV and Satellite Trailer (State of the Art in1988) These have been transferred to FEMA
24 RRV Interior (How it used to be) RRV workstationsRRV Interior (How it used to be)
25 Mobile Communications Vehicle (MCV) Same function as ECCV, but can be airlifted ($300K)
26 MCV Layout & Capabilities Network Connectivity (LAN/WAN)For up to 25 computersBackup Computers (2)Multi-function Phones (2)VOIP – VSAT basedCellular – provides fax capabilityIridium – voice onlyVHF Handheld Radios (6)HF RadioBGAN (Voice & Data)Multi-function PrinterWireless AP/BridgeOnboard GeneratorCost - $300KHas same capability as the ECCV without office space
27 Containerized Tactical Operations Center (CTOC) Capabilities Network Connectivity (LAN/WAN)For up to 25 computersBackup Computers (6)VOIP – VSAT based (6)Iridium – voice onlyBGAN (Voice & Data)VHF Handheld Radios (25)HF/VHF RadiosMulti-function PrinterFaxScannerPrinterCopierWireless APGenerator (Two W)
28 CTOC Pieces, Weight and Cube Weight: 3,700 poundsCube: 345 cubic feetPackaging:Two 463L pallets13 standard pallets
29 Emergency Support Unit (ESU) Extra Fuel SupplyGeneratorToolsSuppliesComputerTVAir ConditionedOne Chase Vehicle (F250-dually)One Support Trailer (28ft)Total length 47ft
30 MISSIONS Emergency Command and Control Vehicle Primarily used to support PRTsMobile Communications VehicleUsed to provide communications support to available workspace (i.e. leased office space, motel, etc.)Containerized Tactical Operations CenterSame capabilities as MCV but containerized for OCONUS deploymentEmergency Support UnitUsed to support ECCV and MCV to sustain operations
34 DTOS OPERATIONS ER 500-1-30, Dated 31 May 2006 DTOS Management Team (Currently under revision)DTOS Management TeamCustodial DistrictsDeployment TeamsEmergency OperationsNon-Emergency Operations
35 DTOS MANAGEMENT TEAM Located in Mobile, Alabama Five-person team Manages the operation, maintenance, and deployment of DTOS assets and deployed team membersDuring emergency response, the DTOS Management Team works directly for HQ UOC
36 CUSTODIAL DISTRICTSUSACE District to which DTOS Equipment has been issued on sub-hand receiptTEN districts: Baltimore, Ft. Worth, Honolulu, Jacksonville (San Juan, PR), Los Angeles, Mobile, Nashville, Portland, Sacramento, and St. LouisCustodial District function is care and maintenance of asset according to DTOS SOP
37 DEPLOYMENT TEAMSECCV, MCV and CTOC are crew-served…all trained USACE civilian volunteersCustodial districts required to have minimum two teams (primary and alternate)Each ECCV has a 2-person team: Team Leader and Support SpecialistEach MCV has a 2-person team: Team Leader and Support SpecialistThe CTOC has a 2-person team: Team Leader and Support SpecialistApproximately 80 volunteers are required to staff the program
38 DTOS EMERGENCY OPERATIONS Natural and man-made disastersDTOS assets are requestedHQ UOC authorizes missionDTOS Management Team manages deploymentTeam deploys within 6 hours of notification
39 DTOS OPERATIONS Command and Control DTOS Management Team manages deploymentManagement team located at DTOS Operations Center in Irvington, AL (20 miles southwest of Mobile, AL)During deployment C2 is not transferred to supported commandC2 always with HQ, USACE (UOC) (National Assets)
40 DTOS OPERATIONS (non-emergency) DTOS assets are requestedHQ UOC authorizes missionDTOS Management Team manages deploymentRequesting entity assumes costParades, Festivals, Engineer Day supportSpecial Training and Exercise Events
41 EMERGENCY CONTRACTSDuring Emergency situations, getting contracts in place to assist in the recovery is time critical.Normal contracting procedures will not work.The Corps utilizes existing POCA contracts at the local level, and Headquarters utilizes the Advance Contracts Initiatives (Multi-year contracts).Stafford Act includes a “local preference” provision which requires preference must be given when feasible and practical to local firms. ( Ex. During the 2011 Alabama Housing Mission the contract requirements included the use of In-State 8A Contractors )
42 EMERGENCY CONTRACTSFor additional information on being added to the list of Contractors who are available for emergency work, and for specific information on contracting requirements, please contact: Mary Spencer, Small Business Specialist US Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District (213)
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