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Disaster Management eGov Initiative (DM). Program Overview December 2004. Program History & Mission. One of the 24 eGov initiatives established by the President’s Management Agenda

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Disaster Management eGov Initiative (DM)

Program Overview

December 2004


Program History & Mission

  • One of the 24 eGov initiatives established by the President’s Management Agenda

  • Supports a multitude of Federal Agency missions including DHS and FEMA missions to reduce the loss of life and property in any phase of a disaster event

  • Supports the Federal mission to provide the Nation a comprehensive, risk-based emergency management program

  • Recipient of multiple awards


Program Components“Three Pillars”

  • Portal to information and services (www.DisasterHelp.Gov)

  • Disaster Management Interoperability Services (DMIS)

  • Data exchange standards: Facilitating the creation of information sharing capabilities between disparate incident management software applications


Portal to Information and Services

34,086

Registered Users

3,932 Collaboration

Centers

Emergency Management

Community

Public

  • Aggregated disaster-related

  • information and services

    • Federal agencies

    • Non-governmental organizations

    • Preparedness & recovery services

  • Secure

    • Authentication driven

    • Permission based

    • 128 bit encryption

  • Multiple tools & resources

    • Collaboration channel

    • Custom tools

    • Document repository


Disaster Management Interoperability Services (DMIS)

1000 user groups

50 states

67 real incidents

335 exercises

Serving the Emergency Management Community

  • Core incident management tool set and shared services

    • Exchange of information across geographical and governmental

    • boundaries

    • Alerts, national maps, specific needs request, and

    • tactical information exchange


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Where is DMIS used?

  • American Samoa (AS)

As of 11/23/04:

  • Total: 1000 User groups

  • 104 State/Regional User groups

  • (Coverage: 50 States)

  • 33 DHS & FEMA User groups

  • (Coverage: 8 FEMA Regional Offices)

  • Total: 142 Federal & National User groups

  • (Coverage: 20 Federal Agencies & Tribal)

  • - 22 NGO User Groups

  • 46 Vendors Participating in Interoperability

= Currently executing state-wide roll-out

= States with 10+ User Groups


Incident Management Standards Process Flow

Practitioners identify, prioritize,

and recommend standards

for development

Approved standards

will be incorporated into DMIS

and vendor products

DHS/FEMA

coordination activities

Recognized standards making

body(s) will publish standards

DM facilitates draft standards

with national practitioner groups,

private industry; DHS supports trials

Recognized standards making

body(s) will review

and approve standards

Present draft standard

to recognized

standards making body(s)


Approach

  • Incident management data standards

  • Public standards

  • Facilitating, not producing

    • Practitioners define requirements and set priorities

    • DHS drafts standards based on above

    • Non Profit Consortium of Vendors implements standards and submits to:

    • Formal Standards Organizations for approval and publication

  • DHS grants used for incident management software must be for compliant systems

  • National standards driven by practioners, not Federal agencies


Where are we today?

  • Practitioner meetings held June 28 & November 3 to gather and update prioritized requirements

  • Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) approved by OASIS in April 2004

  • Demonstrated Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) “Message Header” standard on October 27, 2004

  • Draft “Message Header” standard submitted to standards setting organization

  • Begin work on next EDXL standard: “Resource Management”


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