Presidential Policy Directive-8 (PPD-8), the

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Presidential Policy
Directive-8 (PPD-8), the
National Preparedness
System, and Community
Preparedness
What is PPD-8?
Presidential Policy Directive 8 orders federal agencies to work
inclusively to improve national preparedness.
Individuals and families
Businesses
Faith-based and community organizations
Nonprofit groups
Schools and academia
All levels of government
It is aimed at “strengthening the security and resilience” of the
United States through “systematic preparation for the threats
that pose the greatest risk to the security of the nation.”
Components of PPD-8
PPD-8 links together a range of national efforts:
National Preparedness Goal
National Preparedness System
National Planning Frameworks
National Preparedness Report
Building and Sustaining Preparedness
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National Preparedness Goal
A secure and resilient nation with
the capabilities required across the
whole community to prevent,
protect against, mitigate, respond
to, and recover from the threats and
hazards that pose the greatest risk.
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Why are they Important?
PPD-8/NPG are collaborative efforts:
Focus on involving the whole community in preparedness
activities
Use a risk-based approach to support preparedness
Build and sustain core capabilities to confront any challenge
Integrates efforts across the mission areas of Prevention,
Protection, Mitigation, Response, and Recovery
Assesses performance outcomes to measure and track progress
Ultimately, it will help us improve how we can all work together to keep our
nation safe and resilient.
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What are the Core Capabilities?
Prevent
Protect
Mitigate
Respond
Recover
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
Access Control and
Identity Verification
Operational
Coordination
Operational
Coordination
Operational
Coordination
Community Resilience
Critical Transportation
Economic Recovery
Long-Term Vulnerability
Reduction
Risk and Disaster
Resilience Assessment
Threats and Hazard
identification
Environmental Response/
Health and Safety
Fatality Management
Services
Health and Social
Services
Infrastructure Systems
Infrastructure Systems
Mass Care Services
Natural and Cultural
Resources
Forensics and Attributes
Intelligence and
Information Sharing
Screening, Search, and
Detection
Cybersecurity
Intelligence and
Information Sharing
Interdiction and
Disruption
Physical Protective
Measures
Risk Mgmt for Protection
Programs and Activities
Screening, Search, and
Detection
Supply Chain Integrity
and Security
Housing
Mass Search and Rescue
Operations
On-Scene Security and
Protection
Operational
Communications
Public and Private
Services and Resources
Public Health and
Medical Service
Situational Assessment
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Core Capabilities
Core Capabilities took the place of Target Capabilities. Various
capabilities were consolidated and/or redefined. There were also
new or significantly modified capabilities added, including:
 Cybersecurity
 Forensics and Attribution
 Health and Social Services
 Housing
 Long-term Vulnerability Reduction
 Natural and Cultural Resources
 Risk and Disaster Resilience Assessment
 Situational Assessment
 Threats and Hazard Identification
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National Preparedness System
The National Preparedness System (NPS) description
is comprised of six major components:
Identifying and Assessing Risk
Estimating Capability Requirements
Building and Sustaining Capabilities
Planning to Deliver Capabilities
Validating Capabilities
Reviewing and Updating
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National Preparedness Cycle
Threat and Hazard Identification
Risk Assessment (THIRA)
• In 2012, FEMA released
CPG 201 which outlined the
process and requirements
for THIRAs
• The THIRA is a tool to
assess risk and build
capabilities targeted
toward anticipated impacts
of higher probability
threats.
• The state submitted our
first THIRA to FEMA on
Dec 31, 2012
Threat and Hazard Identification
Risk Assessment (THIRA)
• All EMPG funded jurisdictions are completing THIRAs
this year.
• Drafts were submitted on April 30th.
• Many jurisdictions are undertaking their most
comprehensive look at threats and capabilities in a
long time
• I encourage you, as a Citizen Corps Council or other
agency, to get involved and provide information to
your EMA.
So where does Citizen Corps and
CERT fit in the National
Preparedness System?
Citizen Corps/CERT
Core Capabilities Tool
Identifies Core Capabilities that Citizen Corps
and CERT can tangibly support
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Defines the capability
Describes how CC/CERT supports it
Provides examples
Includes a Whole Community toolkit for each
capability
CC/CERT Core Capabilities Tool
• Includes the following capabilities:
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Planning
Public Information & Warning
Operational Coordination
Intelligence and Information Sharing
Cybersecurity
Physical Protective Measures
Community Resilience
Long Term Vulnerability Reduction
Risk and Disaster Resilience Assessment
Threats and Hazard Identification
CC/CERT Core Capabilities Tool
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Critical Transportation
Environmental Response/Health & Safety
Mass Care Services
Mass Search and Rescue Operations
Operational Communications
Public and Private Services and Resources
Public Health and Medical Services
Situational Assessment
Economic Recovery
Health and Social Services
CC/CERT Core Capabilities Tool
• To get a copy of the tool, go to Ready.gov
– Click on the Citizen Corps link
– Click on the Grants info link
– Scroll down for the
CC/CERT Core
Capabilities Tool link
– Or call Gina
Next Steps
• Review the tool at a CC/CERT meeting
• Identify capabilities for which you have
existing or potential resources, and
list/describe the way in which you could
contribute
• Articulate primary purposes, functions, and
activities of your CC/CERT
• Share information with partners

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