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NECP Goal 2 Presentation to the Seattle UASI WG February 16, 2010. Alan H. Komenski SIEC Project Manager/State Interoperability Coordinator Washington State Patrol. National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP). NECP Overview and Background NECP Implementation NECP 2010 Update NECP Goal 1

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necp goal 2 presentation to the seattle uasi wg february 16 2010

NECP Goal 2Presentation to the Seattle UASI WGFebruary 16, 2010

Alan H. Komenski

SIEC Project Manager/State Interoperability Coordinator

Washington State Patrol

national emergency communications plan necp
National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP)
  • NECP Overview and Background
  • NECP Implementation
  • NECP 2010 Update
  • NECP Goal 1
  • NECP Goal 2
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National Emergency Communications Planlan

  • In Title XVIII of the Homeland Security Act of 2002, Congress directed OEC to develop the NECP (in coordination with public / private stakeholders)
  • The NECP identifies the capabilities and initiatives needed for communications operability, interoperability, and continuity of communications for emergency responders nationwide
  • These will be familiar to you from the Interoperability Continuum
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National Emergency Communications Plan

Vision – Emergency responders can communicate as needed, on demand, as authorized; at all levels of government; and across all disciplines

  • Released July 2008 – with 2010 Update
    • Developed in coordination with 150+ representatives from all major public safety organizations and private sector
    • Addresses operability, interoperability, continuity
  • First National Strategic Plan
    • 3 Performance-based Goals
    • 7 Objectives that set priorities
    • 92 Milestones to track progress
  • Implementation
    • Build capability/capacity (governance, exercises, SOP, usage)
    • National Assessments
    • Target resources (funding, technical assistance, training)
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NECP Goals

  • Goal 1: Urban Areas
    • By 2010, 90 percent of all high-risk urban areas designated within the Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) are able to demonstrate response-level emergency communications within one hour for routine events involving multiple jurisdictions and agencies
      • All 60 UASIs demonstrated at varying levels
      • Seattle UASI performance measured during the 2010 Seafair event
  • Goal 2: Counties and County-Equivalents
    • By 2011, 75 percent of non-UASI jurisdictions are able to demonstrate response-level emergency communications within one hour for routine events involving multiple jurisdictions and agencies
  • Goal 3: All Jurisdictions
    • By 2013, 75 percent of all jurisdictions are able to demonstrate response-level emergency communications within three hours, in the event of a significant incident as outlined in national planning scenarios
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NECP Goal 2

NECP Goal 2

By 2011, 75 percent of non-UASI jurisdictions are able to demonstrate response-level emergency communications within one hour for routine events involving multiple jurisdictions and agencies.

necp overview and background
NECP Overview and Background

NECP Goals

  • Two types of data to be collected:
    • Performance (response-level incident data)
    • Capabilities (based on Interoperability Continuum lanes)
  • Observations of routine multi-agency response emergency, planned events, or exercise
    • Multi-agency
    • Multi-jurisdictional
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NECP Goal Measurements for Counties

  • Two types of data to be collected:
    • Performance (response-level incident data)
    • Capabilities (based on Interoperability Continuum lanes)
  • County Level
    • Comprehensive look at emergency communications in the U.S.
    • Identify emergency communications needs at the local levels
    • Common geographical measurement area for establishing the new baseline
  • Tribal data
    • OEC will reach out directly to Federally-recognized Tribes
    • Counties do not need to collect Goal 2 data from Tribes
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Goal 2 Capability Data a

  • Questions are based on past efforts:
    • SAFECOM Continuum
    • 2006 Baseline Survey
    • TICP Initiative
  • Results should be generalized for the entire county and county-equivalent
  • Questions focus on:
    • Governance
    • SOPs
    • Technology
    • Training & Exercise
    • Usage
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Governance – The Decision Making Groups

What are we measuring: The formality of and level of participation in interagency partnerships, forums, or governing bodies established to address common interoperability interests in the area.

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SOPs – Policies, Practices, and Procedures

What are we measuring: The level of adequacy, participation in developing, and consistency of formalized SOPs to address common interoperability interests in the area.

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Technology – Standards and Emerging

What are we measuring: The technology standards and equipment that are being utilized to effectively provide interagency communications in the area.

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Training and Exercise

What are we measuring: The availability and regularity of training and exercise programs for communications interoperability.

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Usage – Frequency of Use and Familiarity

What are we measuring: Ease and regularity of using interagency communications technologies and procedures within the area and across all types of events, including day-to-day, task force, and mutual aid operations.

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Goal 2 Performance Data

  • Counties can use a variety of methods to measure performance:
    • Real World Incidents
    • Planned Events
    • Exercises
  • Counties can use incidents, events, and exercise dating back to July 2008
  • Criteria is same as used for Goal 1 UASI observations and focuses on 3 key areas:
    • Common Policies & Procedures
    • Leadership Roles & Responsibilities
    • Quality & Continuity of Communications
    • Performance Guide
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Goal 2 Considerations

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  • Two Types of Data to Assess
    • Capability
    • Performance
  • Use of Exercises or Pre-Planned Events
  • Consideration for “Significant Participation”
  • Involvement of Multiple Jurisdictions
  • A web-based reporting tool is available to collect and submit results to the SWIC.
    • https://franz.spawar.navy.mil/
  • Paper forms are also available
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Resources:

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  • Outreach Materials
    • State Fact Sheet
    • State Goal 2 PowerPoint
  • Guidance Documents
    • County Capabilities Report on Interoperable Communications
    • Response-Level Communications Evaluation Form
goal 2 implementation timeline
Goal 2 Implementation Timeline
  • Dates and milestones for Goal 2 collection
    • Kick off meeting - January 21
    • Response-Level Communications Workshop
      • (If needed TBD, probably March)
    • Response-Level Communications Training Webinars
      • Various dates beginning January 25 through late August
    • Deadline for counties to submit data to SWIC – September 15
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Contact Information

Contact Information:

Alan H. Komenski

SIEC Project Manager/State Interoperability Coordinator

425-401-7802 or 360-561-2109

Contact Information:

Alan H. Komenski

SIEC Project Manager/State Interoperability Coordinator

425-401-7802 or 360-561-2109

alan.komenski@wsp.wa.gov

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