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1 Mike O’Brien Port Facilities Security Officer Infrastructure Interdependencies May 2, 2012.

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1 1 Mike O’Brien Port Facilities Security Officer Infrastructure Interdependencies May 2, 2012

2 2 The Seaport Today 7 container terminals – 30 post-Panamax cranes – 20 berths, 4.58 miles of dock – Average depth of 50 feet MLLW Intermodal gateway for California and entire U.S. Linked to major interstate highways and two Class I rail networks 5 th largest in U.S., 45 th largest in world

3 The Port Today Seaport provides $135 million in annual revenue Other Port revenue sources include Oakland International Airport and Commercial Real Estate Serves area of 7+ million citizens, 6 th largest in U.S. Port employs 475 personnel, and through port operations, supports 73,000 jobs in region Enterprise Agency of the City of Oakland

4 4 Infrastructure Dependencies Wharfs, Cranes, Cargo Handling Equipment - Electricity and Water Roads and Railways Telecommunications

5 5 Service Dependencies Ships Tugs Bar Pilots ILWU Labor (Cargo Movement/Logistics) Truckers Regulatory - USCG: Ships, Maritime Security - CBP: Cargo - DPH: Safety Corps of Engineers (Dredging and Channel Clearance)

6 Major Exports by Value, 2010 Total value of all exports—$14.8 Billion Source: Bureau of Census, U.S. Department of Commerce Commodity$ Millions 1Edible Fruit and Nuts1,802 2Meat1,064 3Machinery652 4Beverages546 5Inorganic Chemicals/Rare Earth521 6Vehicles472 7Cereals420 8Electrical Machinery408 9Optical/Medical Instruments363 10Misc Chemical Products275

7 Commodity$ Millions 1Machinery4,505 2Electrical Equipment2,312 3Furniture and Bedding1,158 4Beverages1,098 5Knit Apparel965 6Woven Apparel873 7Vehicles791 8Toys and Sports Equipment671 9Plastic595 10Coffee506 Major Imports by Value, 2010 Total value of all imports—$21.3 Billion Source: Bureau of Census, U.S. Department of Commerce

8 8 Closing the Gap Coast Guard Essential Elements of Information AMSC Port Evacuation Plan Port Business Continuity Planning - Large Scale Protest Plan Port Security Projects - IT Network Improvements - Redundant Data Center Port of Oakland “Broadcast System”

9 9 Contact Info: Mike O’Brien – (510)


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