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1 The National Information Sharing Consortium Special Topic Discussion “GeoGuard and Shared Situational Awareness (SSA) Initiatives November 29, 2012 1

2 Explore:  Shared Situational Awareness (SSA): its concept, initiative requirements, partners involved, and its alignment with the National Preparedness System  GeoGuard: its vision, mission, goals, and framework  GeoGuard and the NISC: approaches for working together to bolster SSA Why We’re Here 2

3 GeoGuard and SSA Initiatives Lt. Col. Mike Domingue, New Hampshire National Guard Chris Diller, GIS Coordinator, Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs 3

4 CHRIS DILLER-WISCONSIN LTC MIKE DOMINGUE-NEW HAMPSHIRE National Guard State GIS Capabilities GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12

5 Overview Role of the National Guard. Council of Governors and SSA. GeoGuard. TIGER SSA PAT team. Current Capabilities. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 2

6 Role of the National Guard GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 3

7 Mission of the National Guard The state mission is to help civil authorities protect life and property and preserve peace, order, and public safety in times of natural or human-caused emergencies. The federal mission is to provide trained units to the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force in time of war or national emergency. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 4

8 A Community Based Force Did you know?  The Guard is represented in over 3,300 communities.  Over 106,000 Airmen.  Over 358,000 Soldiers.  1.2 million Family Members.  Over 2 million Guard Alumni in the last ¼ century.  State National Guard is a state asset not just a federal one.  Fall under the Command and Control of the Governor.  The National Guard is the oldest organized defense force (1637)  State National Guard is Geo-enabling themselves..QUICKLY!!! GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 5

9 Information Sharing/SSA Info Sharing/SSA Civil-Military Cooperation for Domestic Operations Role of the National Guard GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 Local Communities, First Responders Inter-Community Mutual Aid State Emergency Management and Response Agencies State National Guard DHS/FEMA DoD Title 10 Severity Frequency 6

10 National Guard Bureau Functions NGB functions as the channel of communications. Collects and correlates data from the States and provides a common operating picture among the States to the Chief of the National Guard Bureau. Coordinates NG support between States. Ensures trained and ready NG forces are available for domestic and Contingency operations. Operates the National Guard Coordination Center (NGCC). GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 7

11 WHAT IS SSA? Council of Governors and Shared Situational Awareness GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 8

12 Council of Governors Executive Order created by President Obama in January 2010. CoG is bipartisan and composed of ten State Governors.  Co-Chairs from each party. Each will serve a two year term with reappointments possible. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 9

13 Council of Governors Current Members (‘11-’12) include:  Gov. Branstad, IA (R) Co-Chair.  Gov. Gregoire, WA (D) Co-Chair.  Gov. Fortuno, PR (R).  Gov. McDonnell, VA (R).  Gov. O’Malley, MD (D).  Gov. Perdue, NC (D).  Gov. Abercrombie, HI (D).  Gov. Nixon, MO (D).  Gov. Mead, WY (R).  Gov. Brewer, AZ (R). GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 10

14 Council of Governors Goals Goal is to provide advice to:  Dept. of Defense.  Dept. of Homeland Security.  US Northern Command.  National Guard Bureau.  U. S. Cost Guard.  White House Staff.  And any other federal agency as designated by SECDEF or SECHS. Provide advice on maters of the national guard, homeland defense, civil support, State and Federal Military activities in the US and other matters. First order of business created a Joint Action Plan in August of 2010. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 11

15 Council of Governors Joint Action Plan 1. Dual Status Command – State designee to command over title 10 and title 32 forces. 2. Shared Situational Awareness (SSA) – Ability to geospatially view and interact with events and missions in a SA viewer. 3. Joint Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration (JRSOI) – Strategic movement of resources in executing state EM plans. 4. Pre-Scripted Mission Assignments – Stafford Act tool to immediately respond to short term and long term requests. 5. Planning – Incorporating military assets into all-hazards planning. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 12

16 A Need for SSA Across the Nation CoG SSA Requirement  Establish a Common Operating Picture and Common Reporting System between State and Federal military forces as well as between State and Federal civil and military responders.  Share Current Operations Information.  Share Capability and Resource Availability Data. “We need a better COP of where the units are located, their level of readiness, and their response capabilities… we will be far better positioned to get life-saving capabilities where they are needed.” - Dr. Paul Stockton, ASD/HD&ASA “We need a better COP of where the units are located, their level of readiness, and their response capabilities… we will be far better positioned to get life-saving capabilities where they are needed.” - Dr. Paul Stockton, ASD/HD&ASA GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 13

17 GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 14

18 SSA Demonstration at Patriot 2012 GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 15

19 SSA Demonstration at Patriot 2012 GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 16

20 GeoGuard GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 17

21 What is GeoGuard? GeoGuard Vision  All Army, Air, and Joint Staff National Guard echelons, from the State to NGB, are confidently building, publishing, accessing, and/or employing accurate, interoperable GI&S for SSA at the least cost for maximum effect across all NG missions. GeoGuard Mission  …facilitate and coordinate the development of processes and procedures to enable sustained interoperable geospatial capabilities in support of all NG missions. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 18

22 GeoGuard States “States Helping States” Increase information sharing efficiency. Enhance mission effectiveness. Increase regional compatibility and states awareness. Boost collaboration. Centralized coordination. Share what “good” is. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 19

23 NGBStrategy ANG Strategy ARNG Strategy State HLS/EM Capabilities County- City HLS/EM Capabilities County- City HLS/EM Capabilities State EOC/GI&S Function County-City EOC/GI&S Function County-City EOC/GI&S Function StateStrategy Other Agency Strategies HLS/EMStrategy JFHQ-State Joint Capabilities ARNG Capabilities ANG Capabilities JFHQ-State ARNG Capabilities JFHQ-State ANG Capabilities NG Capabilities State ARNG GI&S JFHQ-State JOC/GI&S Capabilities State ANG GI&S Support ARNORTH/ NORTHCOM (Per OPORD) Support AFNORTH/ NORTHCOM (Per OPORD) USA Strategy USAF Strategy Other Agency Strategies National Alliance for Public Safety GIS National States Geographic Information Council DHS GeoCONOPS GeoGuard Goal: Civilian-Military Unity of GIS Effort 20

24 GeoGuard Lead States GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 Identify and maintain an accurate listing of GeoGuard POCs for all JFHQ-States in your Region for DOMOPS Planning and Shared Situational Awareness on the National GeoGuard Community and Capabilities Catalog. Encourage and/or assist JFHQ-State GeoGuard POCs in your region to populate the GeoGuard Community and Capabilities Catalog to the best of their ability. Facilitate outreach and build a constructive relationship between Regional FEMA GIS Staff and those JFHQ-State GeoGuard POCs in your region, to include your state. 21

25 GeoGuard States Regional Representatives GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 22

26 23 GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 TIGER SSA PAT team

27 Overview GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 24 New National Guard Authority – Responsibility.  Facilitate / coordinate “non-federal” aspects of the National Guard…(96% of NG support).  Deliberate time-phasing of community-state-federal resource utilization.  Posture NG resources to meet state & federal missions. Communicate & market “significant & specialized” NG capabilities of each state. Strategic Partnering.

28 Understanding Directional Paths and Requirements GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 25

29 Strategic Partnerships GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 26 States. National Guard Bureau. Federal: DHS (HA, FEMA, CBP, USCG), DOJ (FBI), DOD (HD, USCG & HA), HHS, plus. NGO, Private Sector and Professional Associations: Int. Assoc. of Fire Chiefs (USAR & Logistics); Int. Assoc, of Police Chiefs’, National Sheriffs Assoc., The Infrastructure Security Partnership (TISP), IAEM, NEMA, ABCHS, SAME, DOMPrep 40, American Red Cross, FEMA IT/GIS, National Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD).

30 Operation Plans are based on: An understanding of the Operational Environment Commander’s Intent Desired End State Objectives Known Facts Assumptions Decision Points Operations are enabled by information that: Validates known facts Proves or disproves assumptions Provides sensemaking (changes in the operating environment) Synthesized Information providing Actionable Knowledge which supports: Restated Commanders Intent Updated Courses of Action Reaching Decision Points Achieving Desired End State SA & SSA Analysis and internal socializing Critical Data Sources GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 27

31 Common Operating Data GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 28

32 GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 29

33 Survey GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 30

34 Desired JFHQ-State GIS End State Prior to the start of the 2013 hurricane season (1 June 2013), every JFHQ-State has a sustained capability to capture, analyze, compile and disseminate requested geospatial information products and/or services to decision-makers within a three hour lag time, to enhance situational understanding and reduce decision risk. DRAFT National Guard GIS Capability Assessment GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 31

35 JFHQ-State GIS Survey Data GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 32

36 JFHQ-State GIS Capability Components GIS Skills GIS Solution JFHQ-State Joint Ops Center Integration Outreach GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 33

37 JFHQ-State GIS Capability Components GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 34

38 GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 35

39 Trends from 2012 Assessment GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 36

40 National Guard DOMOPS GeoCONOPS: Developed by and agreed upon by the States and Territories. GOAL: to provide strategic and tactical level guidance to states on implementing geospatial technology. Provides National standards for how the National Guard of the various states will share geospatial data among the “54” and with our Domestic Operations partner agencies. Enables the National Guard of the various States to be aware of developing emergencies and have the ability to respond effectively in concert with partner agencies and military forces. Focused on National Guard Civil Support actions (NGR 500-1 / ANGI 10-8101). It is less than 20 pages. EASY READING. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 37

41 Sharing critical information has been a vital bond from the roots of our National Guard existence. Of the North-Church-tower, as a signal- light, One if by land, and two if by sea… Sharing critical information within the National Guard and among our state, regional, national and federal partners is just as important now… … if not more. GeoGuard Presentation to NISC - Nov 12 38

42 Questions? Group Discussion 42

43  National Information Sharing Consortium – Launched: June 2012 ◦ Emergency Management, IT, GIS Communities ◦ Federal, Regional, Tribal, State, and Local Government ◦ Voluntary Information Sharing o Governance documents, information sharing plans, standard operating procedures, and software code/documentation, etc. ◦ Founding Members (June 2012) ◦ State of Oregon; Commonwealth of Virginia; State of California; City of Charlottesville, VA; City of Charlotte, NC 43 About the NISC

44 ◦ New Members (As of October 31, 2012) ◦ American Red Cross, New York Fire Department, Kentucky Emergency Management, Washington Military Department, Oregon Emergency Management, New Hampshire National Guard, Miami-Dade Emergency Management, Florida Emergency Management ◦ Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (representing 22 local government members in the Washington DC area) ◦ GeoGuard (representing the National Guard in each of the 54 US States and Territories) ◦ National Alliance for Public Safety GIS (NAPSG) Foundation ◦ Golden Gate Security Network ◦ Plan to convene a National Information Sharing Summit in late 2012/early 2013 in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security First Responders Group (FRG) 44 About the NISC (cont.)

45 MISSION & GOALS Bring together data owners, custodians, and users involved in the fields of emergency preparedness, management, and response to drive an ongoing dialogue on how to best leverage efforts related to the development, sharing, and governance of technology, data, and best practices. Enhance situational awareness Savings of time and money (resources currently in short supply on both state and local levels) Utilize data already paid for Influence national policy around public safety and emergency management Standardize information sharing efforts on a global scale Improve community resilience 45 About the NISC (cont.)

46 ELIGIBLE MEMBERS First responders GIS practitioner State/local emergency management information and communications officers Mission-critical NGOs Private partners Civic leaders Federal agencies 46 About the NISC (cont.) CURRENT MEMBERS State of Oregon Commonwealth of Virginia City of Charlottesville, Virginia City of Charlotte, North Carolina State of California Kentucky Emergency Management Agency New York City Fire Department American Red Cross Washington Military Department Oregon Office of Emergency Management New Hampshire National Guard Miami-Dade Emergency Management Florida Division of Emergency Management Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (representing 22 cities and counties) National Guard Geospatial Enterprise (GeoGuard) National Alliance for Public Safety GIS (NAPSG) Foundation Golden Gate Safety Network (GGSN) State of Oregon Commonwealth of Virginia City of Charlottesville, Virginia City of Charlotte, North Carolina State of California Kentucky Emergency Management Agency New York City Fire Department American Red Cross Washington Military Department Oregon Office of Emergency Management New Hampshire National Guard Miami-Dade Emergency Management Florida Division of Emergency Management Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (representing 22 cities and counties) National Guard Geospatial Enterprise (GeoGuard) National Alliance for Public Safety GIS (NAPSG) Foundation Golden Gate Safety Network (GGSN)

47 NISC BOARD & ADMIN 47 Member Portal in Development Monthly Special Topic Discussions Virtual USA® Transition Working Group in partnership w/DHS FRG What the NISC Brings to You

48 PERSPECTIVE —as a practitioner, no one is better positioned to convey the needs, experiences, and priorities of our sector. You are the voice of the NISC. KNOWLEDGE —as a practitioner, no one is better positioned to provide lessons learned, case studies, and best practices to other stakeholders. You are the subject matter experts. SENSE OF COMMUNITY —as a practitioner, no one is better positioned to support other stakeholders who are vested in a universal, shared interest. You comprise the culture. What You Bring to the NISC 48

49 Virtual Event: National Capital Region—Geospatial Data Exchange (GDX) Initiative December 19, 2012, 2-3:30pm ET (11am-12pm Pacific) Register at www.nisconsortium.orgwww.nisconsortium.org Virtual Events for 2013 (Schedule TBD) EMAC – Automation and Integration Situational Awareness for Major Disasters – e.g. Hurricane Sandy Virtual USA Transition Other member driven topics - TBD 49 Coming Up

50 Members join on behalf of their organization Members are required to sign the NISC Memorandum of Agreement Note: The sharing of any resource, data set, or technology code is completely voluntary Join Us! 50

51 Join Us! (cont.) TO JOIN Request a copy of the MOA Submit your request during this meeting Send an e-mail request to info@nisconsortium.org, orinfo@nisconsortium.org Submit a request through our web site: www.nisconsortium.org Sign and submit your MOA Submit to sean.mcspaden@nisconsortium.org and info@nisconsortium.orgsean.mcspaden@nisconsortium.org info@nisconsortium.org 51

52 Questions? Group Discussion 52

53 Thank you! For more information about joining… visit www.nisconsortium.org 53


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