Presentation on theme: "National Response Plan and DOI Mission Management Briefing for DOI Annual Business Conference Laurence I. Broun Departmental Emergency Coordinator Office."— Presentation transcript:
National Response Plan and DOI Mission Management Briefing for DOI Annual Business Conference Laurence I. Broun Departmental Emergency Coordinator Office of Law Enforcement, Security and Emergency Management & David Horn Office of Financial Management May 24, 2006 Hunt Valley, Maryland
Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5: Management of Domestic Incidents The heads of Federal departments … Shall participate in the National Response Plan Shall assist and support … the development and maintenance of the NRP
Purpose The purpose of the NRP is to establish a comprehensive, national, all hazards approach to domestic incident management across a spectrum of activities including prevention, preparedness, response and recovery. The NRP provides a framework for Federal interaction with State, local, and tribal government and the private sector.
Applicability The NRP applies to all incidents requiring a coordinated Federal Response as part of an appropriate combination of Federal, State, local, tribal private-sector and non-governmental entities. For incidents of lesser severity than an “Incident of National Significance,” NRP annexes and supplemental plans may be implemented by Departments and Agencies within existing authorities
Incident of National Significance An Incident of National Significance is an actual or potential high-impact event that requires robust coordination of Federal response on order to save lives and minimize damage, and provide the basis for long-term community and economic recovery. The Secretary of Homeland Security declares an Incident of National Significance.
Plan Structure Support Annexes Emergency Support Function Annexes Appendices Base Plan Incident Annexes Groups capabilities & resources into functions that are most likely needed during an incident (e.g., Transportation, Firefighting, Mass Care, etc.) Describes common processes and specific administrative requirements (e.g., Public Affairs, Financial Management, Worker Safety & Health, etc.) Outlines procedures, roles and responsibilities for specific contingencies (e.g., Terrorism, Catastrophic, Radiological) Concept of Operations, Coordinating Structures, Roles and Responsibilities, Definitions, etc. Glossary, Acronyms, Authorities, and Compendium of National Interagency Plans
Emergency Support Functions NRP contains 15 Emergency Support Functions (ESF). ESF provides the mechanism to coordinate Federal support. A Federal Department of Agency* is assigned as “Coordinator” for each ESF. One or more “Primary Agencies” manage mission assignments for each ESF. Multiple “Support Agencies” provide resources for each ESF.
Interior Participation in ESF DOI has a role in all 15 ESF. Prior to Katrina, DOI was not involved with “Urban Search and Rescue.” The ESF will now encompass all forms of rescue; DOI/NPS is being asked to serve as a Primary Agency. DOI serves as primary for Natural, Cultural and Historic Properties component of ESF-11. DOI provides support for all other ESF.
Emergency Support Functions (ESF) EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS (ESF)Principal DOI Planner ESF-1TransportationOWFC ESF 2CommunicationsOCIO ESF-3Public Works and EngineeringBOR ESF-4FirefightingOWFC ESF-5Emergency ManagementOLESEM ESF-6Mass Care, Housing and Human ServicesOWFC ESF-7Resource SupportOWFC ESF-8Public Health and Medical ServicesOLESEM
ESF (continued) EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS (ESF)Principal DOI Planner ESF-9Urban Search and Rescue*To Be Assigned ESF-10:Oil and Hazardous Materials ResponseOEPC ESF-11 Agriculture and Natural Resources (Animal and Plant Disease and Pest Response) USGS ESF-11 Agriculture and Natural Resources (Natural & Cultural Resources and Historic Properties) OEPC ESF-12EnergyMMS ESF-13Public Safety and SecurityOLESEM ESF-14Long-Term Community Recovery and MitigationUSGS ESF-15External AffairsOCO Denotes “Primary” Agency
DOI NRP Response Highlights During Hurricane Katrina/Rita ESF-3 (Engineering and Public Works) 875 individuals rotated to provide cadre of 300 personnel for six months, supporting US Army Corps of Engineers. ESF-4 (Firefighting) 1248 DOI personnel deployed during response period as part of interagency wildland fire teams. ESF-10 (Oil and Hazardous Materials) 44 personnel responded to support USCG and EPA
DOI NRP Response Highlights During Hurricane Katrina/Rita (continued) ESF-9 (Urban Search and Rescue) DOI did not directly support ESF-9, but FWS and USGS provided search and rescue aid to State and local officials. ESF-11 (Agriculture and Natural Resources) 49 personnel participated in Natural, Cultural and Historic Resources activities.) ESF-13 (Public Safety and Security) 365 DOI law enforcement responded to the disaster area. 45 assisted ESF-13 providing law enforcement at Red Cross facilities. Others provided security for ESF-4, protected DOI lands, and provided mutual aid.
Support Annexes SUPPORT ANNEXESPrincipal DOI Planner Financial ManagementPFM International CoordinationOIA Logistics ManagementOWFC Private Sector CoordinationOWFC Public AffairsOCO Science & TechnologyUSGS Tribal RelationsBIA Volunteer and Donations Management SupportDOI not assigned Worker Safety and HealthOHS
Incident Annexes INCIDENT ANNEXESPrincipal DOI Planner Biological IncidentUSGS Catastrophic IncidentOLESEM Cyber IncidentOCIO Food and Agriculture IncidentUSGS Nuclear/Radiological IncidentOLESEM Oil & Hazardous Materials IncidentOEPC Terrorism Incident Law Enforcement and InvestigationOLESEM
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