Tab 3 NCS

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Published on December 29, 2007

Author: abdullah

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The National Communications System (NCS) The Mission and Organization:  The National Communications System (NCS) The Mission and Organization William Gleichsner Critical Infrastructure Protection Division DHS/IAIP/NCS [email protected] 703-607-4993 Slide2:  Mission: Assist the President, NSC, OSTP, and OMB Exercise communications functions and responsibilities in wartime and non-wartime emergencies Perform planning for and provision of National Security and Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP) communications for the Federal Government under all circumstances, including crisis or emergency, attack, recovery and reconstitution Bottom line: We assure the nation’s communications backbone 2 Slide3:  The National Communications System “Helping to Ensure the Security of the Nation” Critical Infrastructure Protection Cuban Missile Crisis (1962) 1961-1981 NCS (1963) NCC (1984) Cold War 1992- 2004 EO 12472 NCS Expanded (1984) 1981-1991 EO 12656 Further NS/EP Definition (1988) Divestiture (1984) FRP Revised (1995) FRP w/ Comm Annex (1992) FRP Revised (1999) Department of Homeland Security (March 2003) 3 National Security & Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP) NRP (Dec 2004) Slide4:  Under Secretary Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection Under Secretary Emergency Preparedness and Response Secretary ---------------------------------- Deputy Secretary Under Secretary Science and Technology Under Secretary Border & Transportation Security Under Secretary Management Inspector General Director of the Secret Service (1) Commandant of Coast Guard (1) Director, Bureau of Citizenship & Immigration Services (1) General Counsel State and Local Coordination Special Assistant to the Secretary (private sector) National Capital Region Coordination Shared Services Citizenship & Immigration Service Ombudsman (1) Legislative Affairs Public Affairs Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Chief of Staff Privacy Officer Executive Secretary International Affairs Counter Narcotics Small & Disadvantaged Business Note (1): Effective March 1st, 2003 Department of Homeland Security Previous Organization 4 Slide5:  Department of Homeland Security Current Organization 5 Note: Effective October 1, 2005 Slide6:  Department of Homeland Security 6 Legend Direction Coordination Advisement Office of the Manager, NCS Industry Arm Government Arm GSA FEMA Joint Staff NASA NRC NSA NTIA TREAS USDA USPS VA 6 Slide7:  NCS Support to the National Response Plan Emergency Support Function #2 (Communications) 7 Spectrum of Threats:  Spectrum of Threats 8 Slide9:  Emergency Support Functions and Primary Agencies for Each ESF 9 ESF #2 Mission Statement:  ESF #2 Mission Statement ESF #2 (Communications) ensures the provision of the Federal communication support to the State and Local response efforts following a presidentially declared major disaster, emergency, or extraordinary situation under the National Response Plan (NRP) ESF #2 (Communications) supplements the provisions of the National Plan for Telecommunications Support in Non-Wartime Emergencies 10 Slide11:  National Coordinating Center Arlington, VA FEMA HQ Washington, D.C. NCC Rep to the National Resource Coordination Center (NRCC) Joint Field Office (JFO) Federal Emergency Communications Coordinator (FECC) ESF #2 Emergency Response Operations FEMA Mt. Weather, VA 11 Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC) Slide12:  National Response Plan: ESF #2 Responsibilities MISSION Provision Federal communications support to Federal, State, and local response efforts following a federally declared major disaster, emergency, or extraordinary situation under the National Response Plan NATIONAL FOCUS FEMA National Resource Coordination Center (NRCC) National Coordinating Center for Telecommunications (NCC) REGIONAL FOCUS Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC) Joint Field Office (JFO) 12 Slide13:  National Response Coordination Center (NRCC) Homeland Security Operations Center (HSOC) serves as the primary national-level multi-agency situational awareness and operational coordination center National Response Coordination Center (NRCC), a functional component of the HSOC, is a multi-agency center that provides overall Federal response coordination 13 National Coordinating Center for Telecommunications (NCC) Mission:  To assist in the initiation, coordination, restoration, and reconstitution of NS/EP communications services or facilities under all conditions, crises, or emergencies National Coordinating Center for Telecommunications (NCC) Mission 14 NCC Mission:  NCC Mission Industry Resources Government Resources Coordinated NS/EP Responses (NS/EP) Requirements To assist in the initiation, coordination, restoration, and reconstitution of NS/EP communications services or facilities under all conditions, crises, or emergencies 15 Slide16:  NCC Day-to-Day Operations Coordinate Government/Industry NS/EP activities Maintain 24X7 Watch Center Network Monitoring/Abnormal conditions reporting Major service disruptions/outages affecting NS/EP Network component failures Events with significant media attention Advocate NS/EP issues Advise executives and senior officials 16 Slide17:  NCC Actions As Threat Levels Change The NCC will Notify Key Personnel of threat level changes Collect information from industry relative to response/preparedness actions Provide instructions to support personnel as required 17 Slide18:  National Response Plan: ESF #2 Responsibilities MISSION Provision Federal communications support to Federal, State, and local response efforts following a federally declared major disaster, emergency, or extraordinary situation under the National Response Plan NATIONAL FOCUS FEMA National Resource Coordination Center (NRCC) National Coordinating Center for Telecommunications (NCC) REGIONAL FOCUS Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC) Joint Field Office (JFO) 18 Slide19:  Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC) At the regional level, the RRCC coordinates regional response efforts and implements local Federal program support until a Joint Field Office is established 19 Example: Hurricane Katrina, Sep 05 Slide20:  Joint Field Office (JFO) Temporary Federal facility established locally to coordinate operational Federal assistance activities to the affected jurisdiction(s) during Incidents of National Significance 20 JFO Baton Rouge, LA JFO Jackson, MS Example: Hurricane Katrina, Sep 05 Slide21:  Federal Emergency Communications Coordinator (FECC) The FECC is requested by the Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) and selected by General Services Administration Serves as the Primary Federal Coordinator for all communications requirements Evaluates status of communications in the disaster area Coordinates use of communications assets supporting the disaster response Approves, prioritizes, and manages Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) requests as directed by the Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) Serves as Chief of the Emergency Communications Staff Reports status of regional operations to NCS / NCC 21 Slide22:  ESF #2 Regional Organization FECC 22 (Coordination) Slide23:  ESF #2 Support Agencies Other Support Agencies 23 Slide24:  Federal Region III NCS Regional Managers: Joseph Li Vecchi (Primary) Howard Gromlich (Alternate) Delaware District of Columbia Maryland Pennsylvania Virginia West Virginia 24 NCS Support for Emergencies:  NCS Support for Emergencies FOREST FIRES West & S.W. States 2002-03 Florida Jul 98 MAN-MADE INCIDENTS & SPECIAL EVENTS National Political Conventions Jul/Aug 04 Wide Area Blackout Aug 03 Winter Olympics Feb 02 “9/11” Terrorist Attacks Sep 01 Summer Olympics Jul 96 Oklahoma City Bombing Apr 95 WEATHER Hurricane Wilma Oct 05 Hurricane Rita Sep 05 Hurricane Katrina Aug/Sep 05 Hurricanes: Jeanne, Ivan, Frances Sep 04 Hurricane Charley Aug 04 Hurricane Isabel Sep 03 Mid-West Tornados Spring 03 Typhoon Ponsonga Dec 02 Tropical Storm Allison Jun 01 Hurricane Floyd Sep 98 Hurricane Georges Sep 98 EARTHQUAKES Seattle, Washington Feb 01 Northridge, California Jan 94 25 Slide26:  ESF #2 Lessons Learned FECC is the single POC for all federal communications support in disaster area Early activation of ESF #2 is critical Communications support requests must be centrally coordinated, prioritized, and managed Have visibility and status of all communications assets in disaster area Close and continuous liaison between FECC/ECS and FEMA is required Plan for alternative and redundant communications means, especially for initial responders Coordination between the NCC (national) and the FECC (regional) is essential for efficient management of ESF-2 26

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