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NIMS – MUTUAL AID IAFC STAKEHOLDERS DENVER FEBRUARY 6, 2006 Steve Gage Emergency Management Specialist USDA Forest Service.

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1 NIMS – MUTUAL AID IAFC STAKEHOLDERS DENVER FEBRUARY 6, 2006 Steve Gage Emergency Management Specialist USDA Forest Service

2 Background In February of 2003, President Bush signed Homeland Security Presidential Directive-5 (HSPD-5). This action directed the development of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and a rewrite of the National Response Plan (NRP). NIMS establishes standards for all levels of government and non-government agencies as well as some private sector companies to use when responding to domestic incidents.In February of 2003, President Bush signed Homeland Security Presidential Directive-5 (HSPD-5). This action directed the development of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and a rewrite of the National Response Plan (NRP). NIMS establishes standards for all levels of government and non-government agencies as well as some private sector companies to use when responding to domestic incidents.

3 Six Components to NIMS Command and ManagementCommand and Management PreparednessPreparedness Resource ManagementResource Management Communications and Information ManagementCommunications and Information Management Supporting TechnologiesSupporting Technologies Ongoing Management and MaintenanceOngoing Management and Maintenance

4 Command and Management Incident Command System (ICS)Incident Command System (ICS) Multiagency Coordination SystemsMultiagency Coordination Systems Public Information SystemsPublic Information Systems

5 Preparedness Process for planning, training and exercisingProcess for planning, training and exercising Personnel Qualification and CertificationPersonnel Qualification and Certification Equipment CertificationEquipment Certification Mutual Aid and Emergency Management Assistance CompactsMutual Aid and Emergency Management Assistance Compacts Publication ManagementPublication Management

6 Resource Management Advanced PlanningAdvanced Planning Resource Identification and OrderingResource Identification and Ordering Resource Categorization (Typing)Resource Categorization (Typing) Use of AgreementsUse of Agreements Effective ManagementEffective Management

7 Communications and Information Management Common Operating Picture for all Jurisdictions and AgenciesCommon Operating Picture for all Jurisdictions and Agencies Common Communications and Data StandardsCommon Communications and Data Standards

8 Principles of Supporting Technologies Interoperability and CompatibilityInteroperability and Compatibility Technology SupportTechnology Support Technology StandardsTechnology Standards Broad-based RequirementsBroad-based Requirements Strategic Planning and R&DStrategic Planning and R&D

9 Ongoing Management and Maintenance A system to ensure the plan is managed and updated as needed.A system to ensure the plan is managed and updated as needed. Much of the NIC work.Much of the NIC work.

10 Preparedness Mutual Aid (MA) and Emergency Management Assistance CompactsMutual Aid (MA) and Emergency Management Assistance Compacts MA DefinedMA Defined –“Written agreement between agencies and/or jurisdictions that they will assist one another on request, furnishing personnel, equipment, and/or expertise in a specified manner.” FEMA 501

11 Mutual Aid (MA) Key elements or Provisions from FEMA 501Key elements or Provisions from FEMA 501 –Definitions of key terms –Roles and responsibilities of individual parties –Procedures for requesting and providing aid –Procedures, authorities, and rules relating to cost –Notification procedures –Protocols for interoperable communications –Workers compensation

12 Mutual Aid (MA) Key elements or Provisions from FEMA 501Key elements or Provisions from FEMA 501 –Treatment of liability and immunity –Recognition of qualifications and certifications –Sharing agreements, as required –Approving officials –Review process – schedule –Appendix, as needed

13 Compliance and Implementation What is Required ?What is Required ? What should Agencies be Doing ?What should Agencies be Doing ? Where Do We Go From Here ?Where Do We Go From Here ?

14 FY 2005 Compliance States and territories must meet minimum FY 05 NIMS implementation requirements. Tribal and local governments were encouraged to start implementing the NIMS.States and territories must meet minimum FY 05 NIMS implementation requirements. Tribal and local governments were encouraged to start implementing the NIMS. Self Certification: The state must certify that, taken as a whole, it met the minimum FY05 requirements. State certification required to receive FY06 preparedness funds.Self Certification: The state must certify that, taken as a whole, it met the minimum FY05 requirements. State certification required to receive FY06 preparedness funds.

15 FY 2006 Compliance States, territories, tribes and local governments must meet the FY06 NIMS implementation requirements.States, territories, tribes and local governments must meet the FY06 NIMS implementation requirements. Self Certification: The state (including its local jurisdictions) has met the minimum FY06 requirements. State certification required to receive FY07 preparedness funds.Self Certification: The state (including its local jurisdictions) has met the minimum FY06 requirements. State certification required to receive FY07 preparedness funds.

16 FY 2007 and Beyond Self Certification: The state (including its local jurisdictions) has met the minimum FY06 requirements. State certification required to receive FY07 preparedness funds.Self Certification: The state (including its local jurisdictions) has met the minimum FY06 requirements. State certification required to receive FY07 preparedness funds. State certification of ongoing NIMS compliance continues to be required to receive federal preparedness funds.State certification of ongoing NIMS compliance continues to be required to receive federal preparedness funds.

17 FY05 Implementation Activities States and Territories Incorporate NIMS into training, exercisesIncorporate NIMS into training, exercises Use preparedness funds to support state, local and tribal NIMS implementation Use preparedness funds to support state, local and tribal NIMS implementation Incorporate NIMS into EOPs Incorporate NIMS into EOPs Promote intrastate mutual aid agreementsPromote intrastate mutual aid agreements Provide technical assistance to localsProvide technical assistance to locals Institutionalize the use of ICSInstitutionalize the use of ICS Submit self-certification that the state, as a whole, has met '05 requirementsSubmit self-certification that the state, as a whole, has met '05 requirements

18 FY05 Implementation Activities Local and Tribal with States Complete IS-700, NIMS trainingComplete IS-700, NIMS training Formally adopt NIMSFormally adopt NIMS Establish NIMS baselineEstablish NIMS baseline Institutionalize use of ICSInstitutionalize use of ICS Develop implementation strategiesDevelop implementation strategies

19 Role of the States FY06 and Beyond Role of the States FY06 and Beyond Establish infrastructure to support NIMS implementationEstablish infrastructure to support NIMS implementation Encourage a regional approach to implementationEncourage a regional approach to implementation Establish planning process to ensure NIMS implementationEstablish planning process to ensure NIMS implementation Communicate requirements to localsCommunicate requirements to locals Measure progress and facilitate implementation reportingMeasure progress and facilitate implementation reporting

20 FY06 - States and Territories State Adoption and Infrastructure Monitor formal adoption of NIMS by tribal and local jurisdictionsMonitor formal adoption of NIMS by tribal and local jurisdictions Establish a planning process to ensure communication and implementation of NIMS statewideEstablish a planning process to ensure communication and implementation of NIMS statewide Designate a single POC to coordinate NIMS implementationDesignate a single POC to coordinate NIMS implementation Ensure federal preparedness funding is linked to NIMS implementationEnsure federal preparedness funding is linked to NIMS implementation

21 FY06 - States and Territories Command and Management Use ICS for all incidentsUse ICS for all incidents Use integrated Multi-agency Coordination SystemsUse integrated Multi-agency Coordination Systems Institutionalize NIMS Public Information SystemInstitutionalize NIMS Public Information System

22 FY06 - States and Territories Preparedness Planning, Training, Exercises Establish NIMS baseline against FY05 and FY06 requirementsEstablish NIMS baseline against FY05 and FY06 requirements Update plans and SOPs to include NIMS and NRPUpdate plans and SOPs to include NIMS and NRP Leverage facilities for NIMS trainingLeverage facilities for NIMS training IS-800 NRP: An IntroductionIS-800 NRP: An Introduction

23 FY06 - States and Territories Preparedness Planning, Training, Exercises ICS-100 and ICS-200ICS-100 and ICS-200 Incorporate NIMS into exercisesIncorporate NIMS into exercises Participate in all-hazards exercises based on NIMSParticipate in all-hazards exercises based on NIMS Utilize corrective actionsUtilize corrective actions

24 FY06 - States and Territories Resource Mgt, Comm. and Info Mgt. Inventory state response assets using resource typingInventory state response assets using resource typing Develop plans for resources in NRP Catastrophic Incident AnnexDevelop plans for resources in NRP Catastrophic Incident Annex Ensure standards are incorporated into acquisition proceduresEnsure standards are incorporated into acquisition procedures Use plain English (Clear Text)Use plain English (Clear Text)

25 Implementation Activities: FY06 – Local and Tribal Jurisdictions Complete IS-700 NIMS IntroductionComplete IS-700 NIMS Introduction Adopt NIMS principles and policiesAdopt NIMS principles and policies Establish a NIMS baselineEstablish a NIMS baseline Institutionalize the use of ICSInstitutionalize the use of ICS Develop strategy and timeline for full NIMS implementationDevelop strategy and timeline for full NIMS implementation

26 FY06 Tribal and Local Jurisdictions Command and Management Use ICS for all incidentsUse ICS for all incidents Use integrated Multi-agency Coordination SystemUse integrated Multi-agency Coordination System Use JIS and JIC to communicate public informationUse JIS and JIC to communicate public information

27 FY06 Tribal and Local Jurisdictions Preparedness Planning, Training Update plans, SOPs with NIMSUpdate plans, SOPs with NIMS Intrastate and interagency mutual aidIntrastate and interagency mutual aid IS-700 NIMS IntroductionIS-700 NIMS Introduction IS-800 NRP IntroductionIS-800 NRP Introduction ICS-100 and ICS-200ICS-100 and ICS-200

28 FY06 Tribal and Local -Preparedness Exercises, Resource Mgt, Communication Incorporate NIMS and ICS into all training and exercisesIncorporate NIMS and ICS into all training and exercises Participate in all-hazards exercise programs based on NIMSParticipate in all-hazards exercise programs based on NIMS Inventory community assets using resource typingInventory community assets using resource typing Ensure standards are incorporated into acquisition proceduresEnsure standards are incorporated into acquisition procedures Use plain English (Clear Text)Use plain English (Clear Text)

29 The NIMS Integration Center Strategic direction for and oversight of NIMS and the NRPStrategic direction for and oversight of NIMS and the NRP Support NIMS implementation through...Support NIMS implementation through... Mutual aid, resource management, credentialingMutual aid, resource management, credentialing NIMS National Standard Training CurriculumNIMS National Standard Training Curriculum Guidance and evaluation toolsGuidance and evaluation tools

30 The NIMS Integration Center NIMS Advisory Committee NIMS Advisory Committee Guides for Elected Officials Guides for Elected Officials EOP Guidance for States/Locals EOP Guidance for States/Locals NIMS Communications NIMS Communications Coordination of ActivitiesCoordination of Activities

31 The NIMS Integration Center General Information Al Fluman, Acting DirectorAl Fluman, Acting Director Main Number: Main Number: Mailing Address: Mailing Address: NIMS Integration Center NIMS Integration Center 500 C Street SW, Suite C Street SW, Suite 706 Washington, DC Washington, DC 20472

32 The NIMS Integration Center General Information Web Page: Page: NIMS Training: NIMS Training: NRP Training: NRP Training: ICS Training: ICS Training:

33 QUESTIONS?


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