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ICTAP – Kentucky

Interoperable Communications Technical Assistance Program

The Department of Homeland Security encourages mutual aid compacts and interoperability so that first responders from different agencies, municipalities and even States from one State to another, can communicate during a terrorist attack. And, as we’ve seen, terrorist attacks have no boundaries.

Tom Ridge - Secretary, Department of Homeland Security

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New York City $47 million

Chicago, IL $34.1 million

Washington DC $29.3 million

Los Angeles, CA $28.3 million

San Francisco, CA $26.5 million

Philadelphia, PA $23.1 million

Houston, TX $19.9 million

Miami, FL $19.2 million

Boston, MA $19.2 million

Jersey City, NJ $17.1 million

Seattle, WA $16.5 million

Baltimore, MD $15.9 million

Santa Ana, CA $15.1 million

Newark, NJ $15. million

Detroit, MI $13.8 million

Kansas City, MO $13.3 million

Cincinnati, OH $12.7 million

Minneapolis, MN $12.3 million

Phoenix, AZ $12.2 million

Dallas, TX $12.2 million

Long Beach, CA $12.1 million

Pittsburgh, PA $11.9 million

St. Louis, MO $10.7 million

Atlanta, GA $10.7million

Las Vegas, NV $10.5 million

San Diego, CA $10.5 million

Cleveland, OH $10.4 million

Anaheim, CA $10.3 million

Milwaukee, WI $10.2 million

Indianapolis, IN $10.2 million

Buffalo, NY $10.1 million

Memphis, TN $10.0 million

San Jose, CA $9.9 million

New Haven, CT $9.7 million

Tampa, FL $9.3 million

Louisville, KY $8.9 million

Orlando, FL $8.7 million

Columbus, OH $8.7 million

Denver, CO $8.6 million

Portland, OR $8.1 million

Sacramento, CA $8 million

Oakland, CA $7.8 million

St. Paul, MN $7.8 million

Charlotte, NC $7.4 million

Baton Rouge, LA $7.1 million

New Orleans, LA $7.1 million

Fresno, CA $7 million

Albany, NY $6.8 million

Richmond, VA $6.5million

San Antonio, TX $6.3 million

FY’ 2004 UASI Site Funding

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ODP & Interoperability

  • ODP funds can be used to build, upgrade, enhance or replace communications systems
  • ODP strongly recommends that the site assess their current system and future needs before procurement
  • ODP strongly recommends that the State develop a comprehensive interoperable communications plan.
  • ICTAP training and technical assistance is available at no expense to all sites that request assistance
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ICTAP Goals

  • Enhance Public Safety Interoperability with regard to WMD terrorism threats
  • Provide capability for individuals and agencies to communicate with whom they need to whenever, and wherever required.
  • Leverage existing Federal, State and local on-going efforts whenever possible.
  • To provide end-to-end planning, system design, implementation and follow-up services.
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ICTAP Sites

ICTAP

Urban Area

ICTAP

State

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FY’ 2004 ICTAP States

  • Idaho
  • Hawaii
  • Louisiana
  • Arizona
  • Kentucky
  • Missouri
  • Washington
  • Virgin Islands
  • Puerto Rico
  • America Samoa
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Interoperability Phases

Phase 4:

Continuum of Services

Phase 1:

Statement of Need

Phases of ICTAP

Interoperability Support

Phase 2:

Enhancement Architecture

Phase 3:

Implementation & Integration

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Phase 1 - Statement of Need

ODP Assistance Activities

  • Define who needs to talk to with whom and when
  • Develop and test operational-based scenarios
  • Identify and define interoperability gaps

Phase 1:

Statement of Need

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Phase 2 – Enhancement Architecture

ODP Assistance Activities

  • Scope realistic solutions
  • Develop Interoperability architecture
  • Select architecture solution
  • Plan implementations

Phase 2:

Enhancement Architecture

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Phase 3 – Implementation & Integration

ODP Assistance Activities

  • Coordinate Host Site agreements
  • Technical Integration
  • Test, Train and Evaluate

Phase 3:

Implementation & Integration

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Phase 4 – Continuum of Services

ODP Assistance Activities

  • Maintenance Assistance
  • Technical Assistance (e.g. integration and planning)
  • Exercise, Assess & Evaluate

Phase 4:

Continuum of Services

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U.S. Navy (SSC-SD)

  • Engineering Support
    • Engineering/Technical support
    • Technical design and Implementation
  • Lafayette Group
  • Planning & Operational Support
    • Program management for ODP
    • Local government / public safety coordination

ICTAP Team

  • SEARCH
  • Operational Support
    • Local government / public safety coordination
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Next Steps

  • To participate in ICTAP the State must send a formal request letter to ODP
  • Kick-off meeting to identify needs
  • Develop technical and policy strategy