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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

Disaster Management eGov Initiative (DM)

Program Overview

December 2004


Program history mission

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

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


Disaster management egov initiative dm

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 egov initiative dm

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


Where is dmis used

32

54

9

10

20

15

85

38

5

32

2

3

17

9

5

7

34

11

11

10

19

19

97

18

1

1

70

10

15

7

1

4

8

2

4

5

9

5

2

27

38

11

12

24

5

8

18

20

2

46

34

50

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

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

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

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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