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• Charles Werner, NISC Chair
Chief, Charlottesville, VA
Fire Department
• Jeff Dulin, NISC Treasurer
NISC 2014
Get Involved!
Deputy Fire Chief, Charlotte, NC
Fire Department
February 20, 2014
• Barney Krucoff, NISC Director
GIO, MD Department of Information Technology
• Richard Butgereit
GIS Administrator, Information Management, FL Division of Emergency Management
• Tommy Hicks
Assistant Executive Director, International Association of Fire Chiefs
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• About Us
Building situational
awareness & information
sharing capabilities to
help create a safer &
more secure nation
• 2014 Programs &
Future Services
• Get Involved
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Fire, EMS, Law
Enforcement
Private
Industry &
Critical
Infrastructure
mission
Emergency
Management
IT &
Comms
Homeland
Security
Bring together data owners,
custodians, and users
involved in the fields of
homeland security,
public safety, and
emergency management
and response to
leverage efforts
related to governance,
development, and
sharing of technology,
data processes,
and best practices.
Military
GIS &
Information
Sharing
govt ● ngo
industry ● academia
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shaping the
national
dialogue
local
public &
private sectors
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Enhance national
situational
awareness
capabilities
vision
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Common, shared situational
awareness capabilities will exist in
every state and territory.
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Sustain the NISC as
an independent
consortium
STRATEGIC
GOALS
Advance mutual
aid efforts across
the nation
Maximize access to
and use of
available data
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Information will be
found, discovered, and
shared effortlessly
across all levels of
government.
Every community across the nation
will be resilient in the face of
disaster or emergency.
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2012
2013
2013
leveraging information &
resources
Launched
by State of Oregon
Commonwealth of Virginia
State of California
Charlotte, NC Fire Department
Charlottesville, VA Fire Department
with support from the
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Science and Technology Directorate First Responders Group
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2013
2013
64
members;
12 directors
Growth in
membership &
leadership
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members &
directors
2012
100+ agencies
across U.S. & Canada
2013
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2013
2013
Planning
strategic goals
Released at first NISC Annual
Summit July 2013
Partnerships
vUSA transition
DHS Science & Technology
Esri
Sharing
code & data access
My Oregon widget, Mission Ready
Package applications, hundreds
of local and state map services,
Virtual Library
voluntary
Information sharing
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2013
2013
CAPSTONE-14
CAUSE II
multi-sector essential elements of information
standardization of technical requirements &
operational workflows
mutual aid at state and provincial levels
test of ArcGIS Online &
creation of web applications
voluntary
Information sharing
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2013
2013
Integrate
needs & requirements
across all disciplines, domains, and sectors
2013
2014
Implement
strategic to tactical
day-to-day information sharing &
management
technical &
Inform
bottom-up
approach
operational
standardization
from localities to the White House
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a coordinated approach
Needs &
Requirements
technical &
operational
workflows
Policy &
Grant Guidance
standardized technical
& operational
workflows
Working Groups
Advisory Councils
Implementation
Projects Program
CAUSE III
CAPSTONE-14
White House
Incident
Management
Information
Sharing
Committee
Emerging Gaps &
Best Practices
governance, SOPs,
training, technology,
& usage
Virtual USA®
NISC Information
Sharing
Environment
Situational Awareness
Capabilities
information access,
sharing &
management
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Technology Interoperability
Working Group
Working Groups
Advisory Councils
Virtual USA®-compliance criteria
Technology evaluation & assessment
Needs &
Requirements
Volunteer to participate in
a working group or create
a new one!
CHAIRS
[email protected]
Barney Krucoff
Geographic Information Officer
MD Department of Information
Technology
Richard Butgereit
GIS Administrator, Information Management
FL Division of Emergency Management
driven by
practitioners
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Mutual Aid Working Group
Working Groups
National mutual aid response model
requirements and implementation
Advisory Councils
Mutual aid technologies & tools
Needs &
Requirements
Volunteer to participate in
a working group or create
a new one!
[email protected]
CHAIRS
Tommy Hicks
Assistant Executive Director
International Association of Fire Chiefs
TBD
National Emergency Management Agency
driven by
practitioners
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Private Sector Advisory Council
Working Groups
Advisory Councils
Integration in planning & response
Collaborative development
Needs &
Requirements
Association Advisory Council
Brokering shared interest
NISC Advisory Council
Strategic planning
Programmatic guidance
Volunteer to be a council
member or create a new
one!
Broadening reach
[email protected]
leveraging
knowledge & experience
Federal Advisory Council
Federal initiatives & data trends
Vertical alignment
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NISC Implementation Projects Program
Virtual USA® lessons learned—application at the local level
FOCUS AREAS
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First responder day-to-day operations at
the local level
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Data creation, access, and packaging
Leveraging current investments
NISC Implementation
Projects Program
CAUSE III
CAPSTONE-14
Emerging Gaps &
Best Practices
Private sector integration
OUTCOMES
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Identification of gaps, best practices, and
opportunities to standardize operational
workflows
Recommend potential
participants, partners, or
tools!
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White House Incident Management
Information Sharing Committee
recommendations
[email protected]
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Virtual USA® recommendations
NISC Information Sharing Environment
capabilities
driven by
operational aspects
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Canada-U.S. Enhanced Resiliency
Experiment III (CAUSE III)
Implementation
Projects Program
Improving cross-border information sharing
and mutual aid
CAUSE III
FOCUS AREAS
CAPSTONE-14
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Interoperable communications
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Cross-border Concept of Operations
Emerging Gaps &
Best Practices
Resource management/sharing
protocols
700 MHz/PSBN Interoperability
Wireless Public Alerting
Cross-border mutual aid
Social media
OUTCOMES
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Demonstration of enhanced
resilience
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Working operational interfaces
Help design CAUSE events,
suggest partners, or
participate!
[email protected]
Enhanced cross-border relationships
KEY PARTNERS
Defence Research and
Development Canada
DHS Science and Technology
Directorate First
Responders Group
driven by
operational aspects
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Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium’s
CAPSTONE-14
Implementation
Projects Program
Addressing technical and operational needs at the
regional level
CAUSE III
CAPSTONE-14
FOCUS AREAS
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Essential elements of information
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Data publishing workflows
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Information sharing using
ArcGIS Online and WebEOC
State-level mutual aid through
integration with EMAC
Emerging Gaps &
Best Practices
Virtual Business Emergency
Operations Center integration
OUTCOMES
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Data publishing guidance
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Virtual USA® recommendations
WebEOC & ArcGIS Online best
practices & recommendations
Help test Virtual USA® ArcGIS
Online web applications!
[email protected]
KEY PARTNERS
DHS Science and
Technology
Directorate First
Responders Group
Central U.S. Earthquake
Consortium
Esri
driven by
operational aspects
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Virtual USA®
NISC Information
Sharing Environment
Situational Awareness
Capabilities
Virtual USA® Criteria
Evolution from technology focus to
formalization of Virtual USA®
principles & requirements
Technology requirements for industry
Collaboration with the
White House Incident
Management
Information Sharing
Committee
KEY PARTNERS
DHS Science and Technology
Directorate First
Responders Group
IJIS Institute
Open Geospatial Consortium
NISC Technology Interoperability
Working Group
NISC Mutual Aid Working Group
driven by
operational aspects
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Virtual USA®
NISC Information
Sharing Environment
Situational Awareness
Capabilities
NISC Information Sharing Environment
Data access & packaging
Powered by suite of tools that align
with Virtual USA® criteria
Evolution of Virtual Library
INFORMED BY
Implementation Project Program
Virtual USA lessons learned and
capacity building activities
NISC working groups & advisory councils
driven by
operational aspects
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Incident Management Information
Sharing Committee
White House
Incident
Management
Information Sharing
Committee
Bringing the practitioner voice to the policy level
Chaired by
National Information Sharing Consortium
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science
and Technology Directorate
Policy &
Grant Guidance
Supported by
IJIS Institute
Open Geospatial Consortium
Key Activities
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Recommend national
baseline for information sharing
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Provide federal grant guidance
Recommend key focus
areas!
[email protected]
Inform development and promotion of Virtual USA technical and operational criteria
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services
Communications
NISC Network
NISC Notes
NISC Nexus
Focus Groups
Technology Incentive Program
Technical Surge Capacity
Capability Maturity Accreditation
Program
Webinars
Conferences
Events
Future Services
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Communications
NISC Network
NISC Notes
Journal developed by members, for members
Best practices, innovations, and activities relevant to
information sharing and management
NISC Nexus
Updates on NISC activities and developments
Distributed to members and non-members
NISC member portal
Directory of member organizations
Discussion forums
Code & resource repositories
Proposal submission for NISC activities
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Webinars
Relevant information sharing topics, demonstrations,
and lessons learned
Recent topics:
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Canada-U.S. Enhance Resilience Experiment
Tools and Technologies for School Emergency
Response
Webinars
National GeoCONOPS: What It Means for
State and Local Officials
Conferences
Events
Interested in:
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View all of our past webinars at
www.nisconsortium.org
Presenting a webinar?
Partnering with us to
produce and event?
[email protected]
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Conferences
Networking, partnership building, and peer-to-peer
capacity building
Annual Summit
(tentatively slated for September 2014)
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Private sector symposium—focus
private sector role in
preparedness, response;
business continuity; and
shared situational awareness
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Member networking
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NISC strategic and programmatic
development
Webinars
Conferences
Events
Interested in:
•
•
Presenting a webinar?
Partnering with us to
produce and event?
[email protected]
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Technology Incentive Program
Take advantage of discounted rates for widely
used technologies & tools
Focus Groups
Gather product requirements
or market feedback on your
product or service
Technical Surge Capacity
Augment your technical staff in preparation for or during
an incident or special event
Capability Maturity Accreditation Program
Build your organization’s capabilities in alignment
with Virtual USA® criteria and SAFECOM
Interoperability Continuum guidelines
Focus Groups
Technology Incentive Program
Technical Surge Capacity
Capability Maturity Accreditation
Program
Future Services
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we need your:
PERSPECTIVE
You are the voice of the NISC.
Fire, EMS, Law
Enforcement
Emergency
Management
KNOWLEDGE
You are the subject matter experts.
Private
Industry &
Critical
Infrastructure
IT &
Comms
SENSE OF COMMUNITY
You comprise the culture.
Homeland
Security
Military
GIS &
Information
Sharing
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join us
on behalf of your
organization or
company
Members are required to sign the NISC
Memorandum of Agreement
Sharing of any resource, data set, or
technology code is completely voluntary
Request the NISC
Memorandum of
Agreement
www.nisconsortium.org
[email protected]
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support us
and help achieve
our shared goals
NISC Corporate
Sponsorship Program
Serve the public safety & private sector
communities and help shape the future of
incident management information sharing
Enhance the value and efficacy of your
organization’s products or services
Download or request
the full version of the
sponsorship guide
www.nisconsortium.org
[email protected]
Strengthen your organization’s capacity for
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Help build community resilience
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leadership
Charles L. Werner, Chair
Fire Department Chief
City of Charlottesville, VA
Jeff Dulin, Treasurer
Fire Department Deputy Chief
City of Charlotte, NC
Fuzzy Fletcher
Executive Director
Tribal/Public Safety
Snoqualmie Indian Tribe
For more information
about the NISC
www.nisconsortium.org
[email protected]
Barney Krucoff
Geographic Information Officer
Maryland Department of
Information Technology
Jack Pagotto
Head/Multi-Agency Crisis
Management S&T Canadian
Safety & Security Program
Defence R&D
Canada’s Centre for Security
Science
Kay Goss
Liaison
International Association of
Emergency Managers
Captain Steven Pollackov
GIS Commanding Officer
Fire Department of New York
Scott Gregory
Assistant Secretary-GIS
State of California
Steve Proctor
Executive Director
Utah Communications Agency
Network
Kate Hale
Emergency Management
Administrator
James City County, VA Emergency
Management
Eddie Reyes
Deputy Police Chief
City of Alexandria Police
Department
Bryan Koon
Director
Florida Division of Emergency
Management
Major General William N. Reddel III
Adjutant General
New Hampshire National Guard
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