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    1. National Communications System (NCS) ESF-2 Training Conference Situation Reports (SITREPS)

    2. 2 Agenda SITREP Events Capture Situation Reporting SITREP Expectations Report Distribution Situation Report Statistics SITREP Structure Information Handling Guidelines Questions Acronym List

    3. 3 SITREP Events Capture

    4. 4 Situation Reporting Provides situational awareness to all ESF #2 support elements, industry, and OFAs* SITREPs provide a historical component as to what took place and when SITREPs are also utilized for documenting issues/priorities, actions and resolutions NCC SITREPs are normally published twice daily during an incident and contain inputs garnered from ESF locations as well as from both government and industry NCC representatives involved in response/ restoration of the telecommunications infrastructure Appendix: Disaster Information Reporting System (DIRS) attached as an Appendix to the SITREP providing an overall holistic view of the common operating picture (COP)

    5. 5 SITREP Expectations NCC Watch is the focal point for communications reporting SITREP is not an analysis product Communication infrastructure reporting typically done on an exception basis

    6. 6 Report Distribution

    7. 7 Situation Report Statistics 2008 Hurricane Distro List 481 Entities SITREP Statistics Iowa Floods June 14 July 01 24 SITREPs Hurricane Gustav August 28 September 07 21 SITREPs Hurricane Hanna September 02 September 07 11 SITREPs Hurricane Ike September 06 October 01 47 SITREPs

    8. 8 SITREP Structure Event Status: Provides the Who, What, When, Why, and How Updated twice daily Communications System Status: Provides a qualitative description on the status within an impact area Provides a qualitative description on the status of other CIKR that communications has interdependencies to include the following: Water Power Transportation Law Enforcement Current Activities: Lists all sites where ESF#2/NCS personnel have been deployed along with actions being taken at the following: JFO RRCC SEOC NRCC ECT-N IMC

    9. 9 Issues: Major issues from Regional SITREPS will be rolled up into the NCC SITREP Once issues are closed, they will be removed within a 24-hour period Priorities: Both Federal and industry priorities will be identified and used for planning purposes Appendices: Open sources links and DIRS reporting shall be attached to the SITREP for situational awareness SITREP Structure Cont.

    10. 10 No classified material is contained within the SITREP NCC SITREPS are FOUO and should be controlled, stored, handled, transmitted, distributed, and disposed of in accordance with DHS Policy relating to FOUO information and is not to be released to the public, the media, or other personnel who do not have a valid need-to-know without prior approval of an authorized DHS official The entity which owns the information (e.g., Federal, private sector), provides guidance as to what can and cannot be shared If specific information is required, please call or email the NCC Watch at 703-235-5080 or ncs@dhs.gov Information Handling Guidelines

    11. 11 QUESTIONS?

    12. 12 Acronym List CIKR Critical Infrastructure Key Resources Comm ISAC Communications Information Sharing and Analysis Center DIRS Disaster Information Reporting System DISA Defense Information Systems Agency ECT-N Emergency Communications Team-National ESF#2 Emergency Support Function #2 FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency FOC FEMA Operations Center FOUO For Official Use Only HSIN Homeland Security Information Network IMA Individual Mobilization Augmentee IMC Incident Management Cell JFO Joint Field Office JTF-GNO Joint Task Force-Global Network Operations NCC National Coordinating Center for Communications NICC National Infrastructure Coordinating Center NOC Network Operations Center NRCC National Response Coordination Center OSTP Office of Science and Technology Policy RRCC Regional Response Coordination Center SEOC State Emergency Operation Center US-Cert United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team