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  1. Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security agency brief to INFRAGARD BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  2. Agency Brief • Agency Overview • Agency Authority • Agency Core Competencies • Agency Joint Emergency Operations Center • Integrated Risk Management • Cybersecurity Initiative BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  3. Agency Mission Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security coordinates and prepares for county-wide all-hazards disaster planning, community education, warning, training, grant funding, response, and recovery efforts in order to prepare and protect the citizens of Franklin County before, during, and after natural and man-made disasters. Agency Vision To establish Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security as the center of excellence and influence for emergency management and homeland security programs and requirements within Franklin County. August 22, 2013 AGENCY BRIEF TO CACDI BRIEF TO INFRAGARD 3

  4. Director’s Intent We will continue enhancement of public warning systems and Emergency Operations Center activities and take a synergistic approach to planning, training, and exercise preparedness for response to all hazards and disasters. We understand that analysis of threats and risk and identifying our capabilities drive the structure, training, and operations and not the other way around. We will analyze the threats, risk, and capabilities and define the way ahead holistically and inclusively with our jurisdictional partners. Understanding performance requirements in order to build and coordinate the county’s capabilities is intrinsic in meeting 21st century challenges. We owe it to the citizens of Central Ohio to bring dedication, drive, and a sense of urgency to these goals. August 22, 2013 AGENCY BRIEF TO CACDI BRIEF TO INFRAGARD 4

  5. Agency AuthorityOhio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51 BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  6. FCEM&HS Emergency Management Authority Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security (FCEM&HS) is authorized under Chapter 5502 of the Ohio Revised Code and organized under the 1988 Countywide Agreement to coordinate countywide all-hazards emergency management and disaster preparedness functions for the 42 local government jurisdictions of Franklin County. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  7. Ohio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51 • “Emergency management” includes all emergency preparedness and civil defense activities and measures, whether or not mentioned or described in sections 5502.21 to 5502.51 of the Revised Code, that are designed or undertaken to minimize the effects upon the civilian population caused or that could be caused by any hazard and that are necessary to address mitigation, emergency preparedness, response, and recovery.……that includes all those activities and measures designed or undertaken to minimize the effects upon the civilian population caused or that would be caused by any hazard and to effect emergency repairs to, or the emergency restoration of, vital equipment, resources, supplies, utilities, and facilities necessary for survival and for the public health, safety, and welfare that would be damaged or destroyed by any hazard. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  8. FCEM&HS Core Competencies BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  9. FCEM&HS Core Competencies Ohio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51 • Warning Systems • The control and use of emergency communications, lighting, and warning equipment and systems. • Emergency Operations Center • The development and construction of emergency operations centers for the conduct and support of coordination, direction, and control activities. • Resources • The development of resource initiatives. • Recovery • All activities required and necessary to return an area to its former condition to the extent possible following the occurrence of any hazard. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  10. FCEM&HS Core Competencies Ohio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51 • Planning • The development of an all-hazards emergency operations plan that has been coordinated with all agencies, boards, and divisions having emergency management functions. • Training • The recruitment, retention, and training of personnel. • Exercises • The preparation and conduct of an annual exercise of the all-hazards emergency operations plan. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  11. FCEM&HS Core Competencies Ohio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51 • Citizen Preparedness • Activities that may be necessary for survival and the overall health, safety, and welfare of the civilian population. • Grants • Administration of SHSP, EMPG, Citizen Corp, HMEP, PUCO. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  12. FCEM&HS Joint Emergency Operations Center BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  13. Purposes of the Franklin County JEOC • Coordination and support for incident response (tornadoes, floods, terror attacks, other large incidents) • Information collection, evaluation and display (for situational awareness & common operational picture) • Short and long-term planning • Efficient resource management • Effective communications • Establishment of clear priorities • Coordination and recovery operations (damage assessments, etc.) BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  14. Franklin County JEOC Activation/Staffing Scenario: Overview Request Local Resources & Capabilities Exhausted FCEM&HS JEOC Resources & Capabilities Exhausted FCEM&HS Request Role of FCEM&HS Local Response Ohio Emergency Management Agency EOC Emergency Incident BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  15. A B C D PLANNING/ LOGISTICS ESF# 2, 4,9,10,13 ESF# 8,11 OPERATIONS ESF# 15 FIRE (CFD) EMS 52nd CST COLS HAZMAT 4 NAS-T COTS MRC FCPH PIO Public Information Messaging Social Media JIC Operations PLANNING TO IMPLEMENTATION FCSO CPH LE (CPD) COMM OSUE LNO ESF# 3, 12 ESF# 6 ESF# 1 FC ENG Office Private Utilities Metro Parks SAN ENG ESCCO 121st ARW, OEMA ADMIN/ Hands On ARC JFS VOAD Sal Army ADAMH COAAA FCOA COTA PCIA MORPC COMM COMM COMM FINANCE Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security C² Operations, Planning, Emergency Management, Resources and Logistics, Recovery, GIS, Documentation, Credentialing COMM ESF# 5,7,14 COMM Assessment Center Communication Center, Damage Assessment, Warning, Volunteer Support ESF 2 COARES, TIC, 311 Message Takers BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  16. Integrated Risk Management BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  17. Integrated Risk Management In Review • Integrated Risk Management (IRM) is a process which takes a risk-based approach to assess capabilities and identify gaps in order to inform decision making and shape emergency management and homeland security strategic planning for the Homeland Security Enterprise. • The Homeland Security Enterprise (HSE) is the “whole community,” involving partnerships among emergency management, law enforcement, public health, local/state/federal government, private sector, nongovernmental organizations, faith-based & community-based organizations, and the public. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  18. Integrating Risk Management into the Homeland Security Enterprise Background • Intent is to more effectively engage elected officials and decision makers from both the public and private sector in EMHS Enterprise. • Focus of effort: • Identification and prioritization of risk are the foundation for training, exercise, and funding strategies. • The Homeland Security Enterprise is a team. • Improving communication is constant. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  19. “Silo-ed” Approach EMA Non- Profits NGOs Fire LE Citizens Federal State Decision Makers Private Sector CEOs Health BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  20. Integrated Approach EMA Emergency Partners Fire LE Citizens State and Federal Partners Local Jurisdictions Federal State Health Decision Makers Non- Profits Private Sector CEOs NGOs BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  21. Homeland Security Enterprise Local Emergency Partners State and Federal Partners Jurisdictional CEO’s FCEM&HS Communication & Coordination • Homeland Security Enterprise (HSE) is a “whole community” approach. • Utilizes partnerships among emergency management, law enforcement, public health, local/state/federal government, private sector, nongovernmental organizations, faith-based & community-based organizations, and the public. • Federal guidance focus is on all-hazards preparedness; local HSE partners must share info regardless of threat or hazard, man-made or natural. • Foundation of IRM is understanding the Risk  Capabilities  Gaps  Decision-Making process . BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  22. IRM Process Decision Maker Education and Engagement Risk Risk Capabilities Capabilities Gaps Gaps Results Recommended Actions • Phase One: • Developed Gap Closures Actions presented to Decision Makers • Phase Two: • Develop Implementation Plan to address Gap Closure Actions • Phase One: • Scenario-based Risk Assessment • 3 likely, worse case scenarios • Phase Two: • Update the 2013 Franklin County Risk Assessment • Phase One : • Core Capabilities • Capability Targets • Capability Assessment • Phase Two: • Determine resources requirements to meet the capability targets for the Franklin County Core Capabilities • Phase One: • Gap Analysis • 80+ Gap Closure Actions • Consolidated Gap Closure Actions • Phase Two: • Determine the gaps between available resources and needed resources Homeland Security Enterprise Decision Maker Review & Updates

  23. IRM Phase One Review • Development and completion of Franklin County Risk Assessment. • Development of likely, worse case scenarios for Franklin County: • Natural: EF-4 Tornado • Technological: Dam Failure • Manmade/Terrorist: Cyber Terrorism Attack • Completion of the Franklin County Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) which exceeded the federally mandated guidance for States and UASIs • Completion of Franklin County Capability Assessment and Gap Analysis • Development of an IRM guide which Ohio Emergency Management Agency provided as a best practice to the other 87 counties in Ohio BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  24. Risk Process • Develop likely, worse-case scenarios • Identify risk factors • Weight risk factors • Score risks • Update Risk Assessment on a continual basis BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  25. Capability Process • Identify priority Core Capabilities based on scenarios • Develop Capability Assessment based on the Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) • Assess Capability current levels with preparedness goals BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  26. Federal Core Capabilities Franklin County Core Capabilities RECOVER RESPOND PROTECT PREVENT MITIGATE Planning Planning Planning Planning Planning Public Information and Warning Public Information and Warning Public Information and Warning Public Information and Warning Public Information and Warning Operational Coordination Operational Coordination Operational Coordination Operational Coordination Operational Coordination Critical Transportation Access Control and Identity Verification Forensics and Attribution Community Resilience Economic Recovery Cybersecurity Long-Term Vulnerability Reduction Intelligence and Information Sharing Environmental Response / Health and Safety Health and Social Services Intelligence and Information Sharing Risk and Disaster Resilience Assessment Interdiction and Disruption Fatality Management Services Housing Interdiction and Disruption Screening, Search, and Detection Threats and Hazard Identification Infrastructure Systems Infrastructure Systems Physical Protective Measures Mass Care Services Natural and Cultural Resources Risk Management for Protection Programs and Activities Mass Search and Rescue Operations On-Scene Security and Protection Screening, Search, and Detection Operational Communications Supply Chain Integrity and Security Public and Private Services and Resources Public Health and Medical Services Situational Assessment

  27. Gap Process • Use Capability Assessment to identify Gaps • Prioritize to ensure the higher priority Gaps are accurately identified • Identify Solution Areas to determine ways to close the Gaps • Finalize with written Gap Analysis BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  28. Recommended Actions • Based on Gap Analysis process, 13 recommended Gap Closure Actions were developed • Two examples of Gap Closure Actions are: • Build organizational structures and relationships, establish coordination linkages, and develop and implement training programs to enhance cybersecurity among the whole community in Franklin County • Continue to encourage, educate and generate more involvement and support from elected officials • An Implementation Plan is being developed as a road map for making progress toward achieving the 13 recommended Gap Closure Actions for Franklin County Ohio. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  29. Integrated Risk Management IRM Decision Maker Workshop FCEM&HS held the first Decision Maker Workshop on February 26, 2013 for elected officials and decision makers from throughout the county to discuss the risks, capabilities, and gaps impacting Franklin County. Recommended actions were provided based on the results and were accepted by Mayor Coleman on behalf of the City of Columbus, Paula Brooks on behalf of the Franklin County Commissioners and Dana McDaniel on behalf of the FCEM&HS Executive Committee. The 2nd Annual Decision Maker Workshop will be held the afternoon of Wednesday, April 2, 2014. This meeting will be combined with the existing Franklin County Advisory Group (FCAG) meeting. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  30. 2013IRM Decision Maker Workshop BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  31. Cybersecurity Initiative • Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security (FCEM&HS) is serving as the lead agency for the development of a regional, public/private sector partnership focused on Cybersecurity.  • Due to the ever increasing threat against critical infrastructure, FCEM&HS will lead the development of a regional workgroup of subject matter experts (SME), from the public and private sectors in establishing common goals, objectives, and solutions in combating cyber terrorism. • The proposed workgroup will strengthen coordination and cooperation between private and public sector partners and will lead the effort and take a whole community approach for one of the most significant risks facing Franklin County, the State of Ohio and the country.  • Their work will result in a regional Cybersecurity Framework detailing the process for addressing Cybersecurity issues for local jurisdictions and counties in Central Ohio. • The following counties will be included in this project: Franklin, Fairfield, Licking, Delaware, Madison, Union and Pickaway. BRIEF TO INFRAGARD

  32. QUESTIONS / DISCUSSION Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security FCEM&HS on the Web: www.fcemhs.org Follow FCEM&HS on Twitter: @FCEMHS Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/FCEMHS BRIEF TO INFRAGARD