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Improved Information Sharing Robert Mauskapf, MPA Colonel, USMC (ret) Director, Emergency Preparedness Virginia Department of Health 804-864-7035 [email protected] Where’s the data?. Multiple Agencies Local EOC’s, 9-1-1 Centers, local DOT, Public Works, … State

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Improved Information SharingRobert Mauskapf, MPAColonel, USMC (ret)Director, Emergency Preparedness Virginia Department of [email protected]


Where s the data
Where’s the data?

  • Multiple Agencies

  • Local

    • EOC’s, 9-1-1 Centers, local DOT, Public Works, …

  • State

    • VDOT, VDEM, VDH, etc.

  • Federal

    • NOAA, NWS, …

  • Private Sector

    • Dominion Power and other providers

    • Verizon and other providers

    • Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association


Challenge
Challenge

  • Cultural challenge to integrating technology into decision making processes

  • Privacy issues and the need to incorporate detailed information sharing processes into plans and SOPs

  • Lack of familiarity with current and emerging technologies

  • Information sharing necessitates merged state and local requirements.



Decentralized approach
Decentralized Approach

DHS

Public

Locality

NGO

Locality

State

FEMA

Region

Region

Private Sector

Org

Media Org


Current pilot projects
Current Pilot Projects

CAVS

Hampton Roads

VIPER

NCR - GDX


Casawg members
CASAWG Members

  • Derived from the Homeland Security Working Group as well as state-and-local representatives across the Commonwealth.

    • State Coordinator Representatives

    • State Interoperability Coordinator

    • VERT ESF Leads

    • State Agency Emergency Management Coordinators

    • Local Emergency Managers

    • Private Sector (to be added)

  • Subject matter experts who are not members of the HSWG or CASAWG may participate on the subcommittee(s), as appropriate.


Casawg actions
CASAWG Actions

  • Addressing all lanes of the continuum: Governance, Technology, SOPs, Training & Exercises, and Usage

  • Governance: Three subcommittees created

    • Requirements

    • Policy & Procedures

    • Training & Outreach

  • Initiatives to address Technology, SOPs, Training & Exercises, Usage

    • Identify Essential Elements of Information (EEI)

    • Develop policy recommendations for incorporation of information sharing into the COVEOP and agency SOPs

    • Develop training and outreach plan


Essential elements of information eei
Essential Elements of Information (EEI)

  • Information necessary to perform prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery missions

  • EEIs are the foundational elements of information that should be shared between local, regional, state, federal and private sector partners in order to provide situational awareness and inform decision making.

  • Requires two way exchange between all levels of government and the private sector

  • EEI needs being collected by VDEM for:

    • State emergency support functions

    • Local emergency management missions

  • EEI response to date has shown a clear need for:

    • Status of power (all emergency support functions requested this data)

    • Shelter status (critical during hurricane evacuation)

    • Road conditions (critical for all events)

    • Local emergency declarations

    • Local evacuation status


Questions vdh staff contact information

Dr. Marissa Levine, Chief Deputy Commissioner, Public

[email protected]

804-864-7025

Bob Mauskapf, Director, Emergency Preparedness [email protected]

804-864-7035

Cindy Shelton, Assistant Director, Emergency Preparedness

[email protected]

804-864-7486

Jennifer Freeland

State Volunteer Coordinator

[email protected]

804-396-0543

Kim Allan, Executive Advisor

[email protected]

804-864-7030

Suzi Silverstein, Director, Risk Communications and [email protected]

840-225-2176

Jenny Smock, State Hospital Coordinator [email protected]

804-864-7033

Info / Contact

http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/OEP/

Questions?VDH Staff Contact Information


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