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Agenda. Background FEMA NPPD Summary. HISTORICAL FACTS. ▪ Hurricane Katrina – Most Catastrophic in US history. • 90,000 square miles (size of the United Kingdom) • $29.3 billion estimated in FEMA funding. 911 Attack on America – NY, VA, NJ • $ 8.8 billion funded.

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  • Background
  • FEMA
  • NPPD
  • Summary


▪ Hurricane Katrina– Most Catastrophic in US history

• 90,000 square miles (size of the United Kingdom)• $29.3 billion estimated in FEMA funding

  • 911 Attack on America – NY, VA, NJ • $ 8.8 billion funded

Federal Emergency Management Agency

  • Various organizational changes were planned for the Department of Homeland Security as a result of the Post-Katrina Emergency Management Reform Act, which was passed as part of the FY 2007 DHS appropriations Act
  • This included a small number of organizational improvements that complement those changes
  • Through this restructuring, the Department will further enhance it’s ability to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from all hazards
  • These changes became effective on March 31, 2007

FEMA VISIONTransform FEMA into the Nation’s Preeminent Emergency Management Agency

  • Marshall an effective national response
  • Improve delivery of service
  • Reduce vulnerability to life and property
  • Strengthen our partnership with states
  • Regain public confidence
march 31 2007 fema preparedness transition update
March 31, 2007, FEMA/Preparedness Transition Update
  • Many of the reorganization efforts pertaining to the March 31, 2007, FEMA/Preparedness Transition have been completed and were closed out as scheduled
  • Existing Tiger Teams, which were set up to spearhead transition issues, continue to complete Phase One transition work items
  • And, they will continue to work on items not dependent on the March 31 deadline through April. Following the completion of work items currently under way, those teams will disband.



▪ Office of Grants and Training

▪U. S. Fire Administration

▪National Preparedness Task Force

▪Office of National Capitol Region


US Department of Homeland Security/FEMA

Office of the Administrator

Administrator (PAS) – R. David Paulison

Dep. Administrator /Chief Operating Officer (PAS) – Harvey E. Johnson

Gulf Coast Recovery

Associate Deputy Administrator

Law Enforcement Advisor to the Administrator

Office of Policy and Prog. Analysis


Executive Secretariat

Exec. Secretary

Office of External Affairs


Associate Deputy Administrator


Region I - Arthur Cleaves – Administrator

Region II - Steven Kempf - Administrator Region III – Jon Sarubbi – Administrator

Region IV - Major P. May - Administrator Region V - Ed Buikema - Administrator

Region VI - William Peterson -Administrator

Region VII - Richard Hainje - Administrator

Region VIII -Robert Flowers - Administrator

Region IX - Nancy L. Ward - Administrator Region X – Susan Reinertson –Administrator

Office of Equal Rights


Office of Chief Financial Officer

Office of ManagementDirector/Chief Acquisition

Office of Chief Counsel

Chief Counsel

National Capital Region Coordination




Assistant Administrator

Disaster Assistance

Assistant Administrator

Disaster Operations

Assistant Administrator

Grants Management

Assistant Administrator

National Preparedness



United States Fire Administration/National Fire Academy

Assistant Administrator

National Continuity


Assistant Administrator


Assistant Administrator

(A) Acting, Dotted Lines are Coordination Solid Lines Are Command and Control


US Department of Homeland Security/FEMA

National Preparedness Directorate

Deputy Administrator –PAS

Preparedness Doctrine, Planning and Analysis

Capabilities Division

Community Preparedness Division

Technological Hazards


National Integration Center

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(A) Acting, Dotted Lines are Coordination Solid Lines Are Command and Control

core functions of fema

▪ Preparedness• Planning and getting people ready to be able to quickly and effectively respond to a disaster before it happens

• Federal, State, local and PERSONAL responsibility

▪Response • Prepositioning supplies and resources

• Life saving and life sustaining during and in the immediate aftermath of a disaster

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▪ Recovery • Assisting individuals and communities in their efforts to recover

▪ Mitigation• Sustaining action to reduce or eliminate risk before a disaster happens

▪ External Affairs• Public Affairs, Congressional, Intergovernmental, Community Relations and International Affairs

national protection and programs directorate
National Protection and Programs Directorate
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National Protection and Programs Directorate

The ultimate goal of the National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD) is to advance the Department’s risk-reduction mission.  Reducing risk requires an integrated approach that encompasses both physical and virtual threats and their associated human elements.  To accomplish its mission, NPPD will focus on achieving the following goals:

  • Protecting Our Nation’s Citizens and Visitors against Dangerous People
  • Protecting Our Nation’s Physical Infrastructure
  • Protecting Our Nation’s Cyber and Communications Infrastructure
  • Strengthening the Department of Homeland Security’s Risk Management Platform
  • Strengthening Partnerships and Fostering Collaboration and Interoperability
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National Protection and Programs Directorate
  • Office of Infrastructure Protection
  • US-VISIT Program
  • Office of Cybersecurity and Communications
  • Office of Intergovernmental Programs
  • Office of Risk Management and Analysis

US Department of Homeland Security/NPPD

Office of Under Secretary

(acting) Robert D. Jamison

Associate General Council

Communications & Public Affairs

Chief of Staff

Administration/ Executive Secretariat

Office of Protection Planning

Office of Infrastructure Protection

Assistant Secretary



Office of Cyber Security and Communications

Assistant Secretary

Office of Risk Management and Analysis


Office of Inter-governmental Programs

Assistant Secretary


US Department of Homeland Security/NPPD/OIP

Office of Infrastructure Protection

Assistant Secretary

Robert B. Stephan

Director Administration

Director Resource Management & Planning

Chemical Security Compliance Division

CI/KR Partnership and Outreach Division

CI/KR Protective Security Coordination Division

Infrastructure Information Collection Division

CI/KR Sector Analysis & Security Strategies

CI/KR Contingency Planning and Incident Management Division

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CI/KR Protective Security Coordination Division (PSCD)

Mission Statement

  • The Protective Security Coordination Division (PSCD) will reduce the Nation’s vulnerability to terrorism and deny the use of critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR) as a weapon by developing, coordinating, integrating, and implementing plans and programs that identify, catalog, prioritize (using a risk-based approach), and protect CI/KR in cooperation with all levels of government and private sector partners.
“We want to make this an agency that the American people can trust and be proud of again and . . .we're on the way to doing that.”

FEMA Director R. David Paulison


And at the end of the day – whether our threat comes from our enemies abroad or at home, or from nature, the American people expect that local, State, and Federal government and the private sector are going to cooperate to deal with the challenges that confront them. These early stages of coordinating the expansive spectrum of risk for protecting the Nation will help to catalyze a national transformation for how we prepare America for the risks of the 21st century. Undersecretary George W. Foresman


Richard Scott Mitchem

808-550-2091 Office

808-264-0395 Cell