DMIS Tools and OPEN in CWID 2007. Topics. Background What is CWID? Why engage in CWID? History of DM in CWID? Why engage in CWID 2007? Commitments for 2007 Civil Sector Role Players Why volunteer? What would I do? What will be provided?. What is CWID?.
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Topics • Background • What is CWID? • Why engage in CWID? • History of DM in CWID? • Why engage in CWID 2007? • Commitments for 2007 • Civil Sector Role Players • Why volunteer? • What would I do? • What will be provided?
What is CWID? • Annual event sponsored by The Joint Staff • Demonstration builds a temporary global network of networks • Cutting edge technologies interact to support scripted scenarios • Trials formally assessed by CWID assessors • Technologies evaluated for utility, interoperability with existing and new systems, and security • High value technologies selected for transition to operational use within 6-12 months
Why Engage in CWID? • Threats transcend both civil and military sectors; increasing the importance of Defense Support to Civil Authorities mission • Military/civil data sharing critical to efficiency and effectiveness of collaborative military/civil response • Large segment of scenario events deal with Homeland Security/Homeland Defense • Spirit of Homeland Security Presidential Directive-5 national policy regarding the National Incident Management System (NIMS) • Develop an international “network-of-networks” which provides a unique test-bed
HLS/HLD Significant Events - Toxic Chemical Release - Anthrax Attack - Oil Refinery Attack Cross Border Forest Fires RDD Explosion Hostage Situation - Potomac River Fuel Spill - Commuter Train Chemical Attack - Power Station Truck Bomb Mass Migration - Vessel of Interest - Truck Bomb - Plague Outbreak - Hurricane Landfall - Vessel of Interest - Suspicious Ship Activity
History of DM in CWID • 2004 DMIS Trial resulted in DoD awareness of Open Platform for Emergency Networks as an emergency management data gateway between military and civil sectors • 2005 DM e-Gov Trial resulted in US Navy rollout of Disaster Management Interoperability Services
Commitments in 2007 • DM Program Manager accepted request by Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)-sponsored trial to “provide the civil sector” • That means, provide • DM OPEN • DMIS Tools • Civilian role players
Alerting WA Whatcom Co EOC, using Citizens, using REC. CAP Msg 3.27 MyStateUSA 16:08 MSEL 385 16:07 MSEL 383 SEND CAP Msg 16:08 MSEL 385 3.27 OPEN WA BP Cherry Pt Refinery, using USN NAS Whidbey Island EOC, using 3.27 DMIS Tools 3.27 NC4 E Team REC. CAP Msg REC. CAP Msg WA State DEM, using USA Ft Lewis EOC, using 16:08 MSEL 385 16:08 MSEL 385 16:08 MSEL 385 CAN Regional District EOC, using 3.27 IIMS 3.27 NBCWaRN-AIM 3.27 IIMS REC. CAP Msg REC. CAP Msg REC. CAP Msg 16:11, MSEL 704 Situation Awareness 16:12 MSEL 1424 SEND CAP Msg 3.27 OPEN 16:09, MSEL 878 Send email CTF, C3 HLD (High), using 16:13, MSEL 705 10th WMD CST EOC, using Send USMTF Msg 16:11 MSEL 880 3.27 C2PC 1.56 OWL JIEE 3.27 IIMS Rec. USMTF Msg NG State COP & JIEE Operator REC. CAP Msg Data Sharing Example
Why volunteer? • Opportunity to: • Formally document progress of practitioner driven DM interoperability efforts • Assess functional value of current military to civil sector data sharing • Provide recommendations for future data-sharing efforts • Receive U.S. Army certification of exercise participation for Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program credits
What would I do? • Provide information to ensure access credentials to Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren, Dahlgren VA. • Travel to Dahlgren, VA and acquire access credentials to Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren • Review CWID Role Player’s Guide prior to the trial • Report to the Trial 3.27 Mobile Operations Center location • Receive emergency management software training • Execute scripted information transactions within exercise play as specified in a CWID Playbook • Extend scripted play with table top exercise activities • Brief assessors and visitors on the functional value of the technologies demonstrated by Trial 3.27 • Provide assessments in CWID automated tool
What will be provided? • Travel costs and per diem • Detailed information on practical matters of participation • All training materials and on-site systems trainers • CWID Role Player’s Guide • System Desk Reference Guide (detailed playbook) • Training and assistance with automated CWID assessment tool • Certificates of participation in HSEEP activity
Point of Contact • Scott Eyestone, Responder Liaison, DM e-Gov • 540-288-5622 • email@example.com • Many volunteers have applied; if interested in serving as role player send email including: • Bio-sketch of EOC information systems and response/exercise experience • Contact information • CWID time block desired: • Jun 11-13 • Jun 13-15 (includes move to Ft Belvoir for play on 15 June) • Jun 18-21 • Send by March 16th; selected role players will be notified March 30th