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Report
1940s Incident Management
2006 TIME Board of Directors
Officers:
President
Gary Millsaps, GDOT/HERO
Vice President
Rory Howe, Roswell PD
Treasurer
Mshadoni Smith, FHWA
with Christine Macaulay, PB Farradyne and Dan Branch, Gwinnett PD
Secretary
Christine Macaulay, PB Farradyne
Alternate Member
Bob Dallas, Governor’s Office of Highway Safety
2006 TIME Board of Directors Cont.
Committees:
Operations
Larry Seabolt, Remtech Engineers
Communications
Major Stan Savage, Atlanta Police Dept and Monica Luck, GDOT
Program and Institutional Issues
Carla Holmes, GDOT
Annual Conference Planning
Dee Corson, GDOT
Terrorism
Emergency
Response &
Preparedness
Georgia Office of Homeland Security
Georgia Emergency Management Agency
Anticipated Directed
Programs – 7 Priorities
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NIMS & NRP Implementation
Regional Collaboration
Natl. Infrastructure Protection Plan
Info Sharing/Collaboration
Interoperable Communications
CBRNE Detection, Response, Decon
Medical Surge & Mass Prophylaxis
Target Capabilities List
The Target Capabilities List (TCL):
 Identifies 36 capabilities required to perform
the critical tasks described in UTL
 A capability provides a means to perform one
or more critical task(s) under specified
conditions and to specific performance
standards
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Target Capabilities List
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A capability may be delivered during an
emergency with any combination of elements
that achieves the desired outcome, namely
properly planned, organized, equipped, trained,
and exercised personnel
Capability requirements will be tiered based on
jurisdiction types
Target Capabilities List
Common-Target
Capabilities
Prevent Mission
Area-Target
Capabilities
Protect Mission AreaTarget Capabilities
Risk Analysis
Planning
Interoperable
Communications
Information Collection
and Threat
Recognition
Intelligence Fusion and
Analysis
Critical Infrastructure
Protection
Food and Agriculture Safety
and Defense
Information Sharing
and Collaboration
Public Health
Epidemiological
Investigation and Laboratory
Testing
Terrorism Investigation
and Apprehension
Citizen Preparedness and
Participation
CBRNE Detection
Target Capabilities List
Respond Mission AreaTarget Capabilities
On-Site Incident
Management
Emergency Operations
Center Management
Critical Resource Logistics
and Distribution
Volunteer Management and
Donations
Worker Health and Safety
Public Safety and Security
Response
Firefighting
Operations/Support
WMD/Hazardous Incident
Response and
Decontamination
Explosive Device Response
Operations
Animal Health Emergency
Support
Environmental Health and
Vector Control
Citizen Protection: Evacuation and/or
In-Place Protection
Isolation and Quarantine
Search and Rescue
Emergency Public Information and
Warning
Triage and Pre-Hospital Treatment
Medical Surge
Medical Supplies Management and
Distribution
Mass Prophylaxis
Mass Care (Sheltering, Feeding, and
Related Services)
Fatality Management
Recover Mission
Area-Target
Capabilities
Structural Damage
Assessment
and Mitigation
Restoration of
Lifelines
Economic and
Community
Recovery
Universal Task List
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The UTL is a menu of tasks for major events
like those illustrated by the National Planning
Scenarios
Defines what tasks need to be performed to
prevent, protect against, respond to, and
recover from major events
Provides the means to ensure that training and
exercises address proficiency
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Universal Task List
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Critical tasks are defined as those prevention,
protection, response, and recovery tasks that
require coordination among an appropriate
combination of Federal, State, local, tribal
private sector, and non-governmental entities
during a major event in order to minimize the
impact on lives, property, and the economy
Critical tasks, with associated conditions and
performance standards, provide the foundation
for developing target levels of capability.
Anticipated Directed
Programs
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Continuation:
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Interoperable Communication
Planning
GSAR
EOD
HazMat
NIMS/ICS
Information Sharing & Intel
Critical Infrastructure Protection
Anticipated Directed
Programs
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New Programs
– Counter-Terrorism Task Forces
– Law Enforcement HazMat
– Tactical & Operational Planning
– CI/KR Target Folders & Protective
Measures
– Training & Exercise
State Homeland Security
Strategy Update
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Each strategy must be revised to include specific
homeland security goals and objectives in the four
mission areas identified in the National Preparedness
Guidance:
• Prevention
• Protection
• Response
• Recovery
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State Homeland Security
Strategy Update
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Goals and objectives must be aligned with the seven
National Priorities identified in the National Planning
Guidance
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Must also address citizen preparedness,
volunteer efforts and local government
concerns
Must be completed by September 30, 2005
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State Homeland Security
Strategy Update
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A new State Homeland Security
Assessment and Strategy process
aligned with the National
Preparedness Guidance should be
anticipated during FY 06 to cover
FY 07 through 09
What’s Different?
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Possibly $10M fewer dollars in State
grants ($36M to $26M).
Possibly $8M more in UASI dollars
($16.6M to $24M).
LETPP reduced from separate grant to
25% of state and UASI monies.
Questions?
Micah Hamrick
Assistant Director - Terrorism Division
Georgia Office of Homeland Security
404-635-7013
[email protected]
Federal Funding
101
TIME Taskforce Incident Management Conference
Presented by
Mshadoni Smith
November 7, 2005
Federal Funding 101
FHWA funded by Gas Tax
 SAFETEA-LU transportation Bill
 Annually apportioned by Congress
defines amount to Georgia
 Major Categories of funds (NHS, IM,
STP)
 Oversight & Stewardship Agreements
with States
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Federal Funding 101
Requirements/Process
– Planning Process (TIP, STIP, LRP)
– NEPA (CE, PCE)
– R.O.W. (Uniform Act)
– Civil Rights/EOP
– ITS Architecture consistent
– Contracting/Procurement designations
Federal Funding 101
Project Designation
Is it Federal Oversight?
Yes
No
Is Constructive Level minimal?
(i.e. no trenching)
Follow Federal Requirements
for Project Administration
Yes
No
What are Equipment
and Labor costs?
Construction
less than 50%
more than 50%
Are System Integration costs
are more than 50%?
Construction
Yes
No
Engineering & Design Services
Is non-traditional procurement
method proposed?
Yes
SEP 14
No
Common Rule
"Other"
****** This should be used in addition to discussion with
FHWA Division Office personnel.
*******This is only a guide and all designations are subject to
change
Federal Funding 101
ITS funds
CMAQ
 Earmarks
 Operations & Maintenance
 Special Deployments
 Operations Support/Service Plan
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Federal Funding 101
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Other Resources
– Peer 2 Peer
1-888-700-PEER [email protected]
– NHI Training Courses
http://www.nhi.fhwa.dot.gov/
– Technical Assistance

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