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U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Office for Domestic Preparedness
Frank LePage
July 23, 2004
Office for Domestic
Preparedness
National
Homeland
Security Council
U.S. Secret
Service
Secretary
Homeland Security
Institute
Coast Guard
Office for National
Capital Region
Coordination
Technology Advisory
Committee
Office of
International Affairs
Deputy
Secretary
Office for State &
Local Government
Coordination &
Preparedness
Bureau of
Citizenship &
Immigration
Office for Domestic
Preparedness
Under Secretary Information Analysis
& Infrastructure
Protection Directorate
Under Secretary –
Emergency
Preparedness &
Response Directorate
Under Secretary –
Border &
Transportation
Security Directorate
NET Guard
FEMA
U.S. Customs Service
HSARPA
Chief Financial
Officer
Nuclear Incident
Response Team
Transportation
Security
Administration
S&T Advisory Committee
Chief Information
Officer
Technology Clearinghouse
Chief Human Capital
Officer
Visa Issuance
Bureau of Border Security
Under Secretary
- Science &
Technology
Directorate
R&D Centers
DoE National Labs
Under Secretary
- Management
Officer for Civil
Rights
ODP Overview
 ODP Background
 ODP Programs
 Assessments and Homeland Security
Strategies
 Current Grant Resources
 ODP Program Guidance/Requirements
 Questions/Discussion
Office for
Domestic Preparedness
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Created by Congress in the FY’ 1999 Appropriations Act
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Program office renamed the Office for Domestic
Preparedness (ODP) was established by the U.S.
Attorney General (April 1998) in the Office of Justice
Programs.
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ODP was transferred to the Department of Homeland
Security in 2002
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ODP services include:
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Equipment Acquisition
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Training and Exercises
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Technical Assistance
ODP Responsibilities
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Incorporate the national strategy into planning guidance.
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Support risk analysis and risk management activities.
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Direct and supervise federal terrorism preparedness
grant programs.
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Coordinate preparedness efforts.
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Provide training for federal, state and local agencies and
international entities.
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Coordinate and consolidate communications relating to
homeland security.
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Cooperate closely with FEMA.
Consolidate terrorism related elements of FEMA’s Office
of National Preparedness.
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ODP Funding History
(millions)
• FY 97 - $5.0
• FY 98 - $21.0
• FY 99 - $127.0
• FY 00 - $112.0
• FY 01 - $184.88
• FY 02 - $650.99
• FY 03 - $3,223.5
• FY 04 - $4,013.2
FY’ 04 ODP Funding Overview
Formula-Based Grants
$1,700,000,000
Law Enforcement Terrorism
Prevention Grants
500,000,000
High-Threat, High-Density Urban
Areas Grants
725,000,000
Citizen Corps
National Domestic Preparedness
Consortium
40,000,000
135,000,000
Technical Assistance
30,000,000
National Exercise Program
50,000,000
Competitive Training Grants
60,000,000
Equipment and Testing
17,000,000
Management and Administration
30,000,000
Total
3,287,000,000
ODP Accomplishments
ODP provides planning and equipment grants, training, exercises,
technical assistance, and other resources to state and local
emergency responders. Since 1998, ODP has:
 Trained more than 400,000 emergency first responders
 Conducted over 369 combating terrorism exercises, including
the Top Officials (TOPOFF) exercise series
 Made available over $6.6 billion in homeland security funding
for equipment acquisitions, training, exercises and planning
ODP Program Approach
 Work with State Administrative Agency designated by
Governor
 State Homeland Security Strategy Program
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Identify state and local capabilities and needs through
threat/vulnerability/needs assessments
Develop multi-year preparedness plans
 State Assistance Plans
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Created from strategies as blueprint for the utilization of
federal, state, and local resources to meet
preparedness needs
 Distribution of ODP services
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Tailored services based on identified needs
Strategic Planning
Process Overview
Assessments
• Conducted at the
state and local level
Statewide Homeland
Security Strategy
• Created at
the state level
State Assistance
Plan
• Created by ODP in
concert with the state
State uses strategy to
identify & allocate all HS
resources
END RESULT = Appropriately allocated emergency
preparedness resources
ODP Equipment Program
• States may purchase first responder equipment in the
following categories:
 Personal Protective Equipment
 Detection Equipment
 Decontamination Equipment
 Interoperable Communications Equipment
 Terrorism Incident Prevention Equipment
 Explosive Device Mitigation and Remediation Equipment
 Physical Security Enhancement Equipment
 Medical Supplies/Pharmaceuticals
 CBRNE Logistical Support Equipment
 CBRNE Incident Response Vehicles
 CBRNE Search and Rescue Equipment
 CBRNE Reference Materials
FY’ 04 UASI Sites
Albany, NY
Houston, TX
Orlando, FL
Anaheim, CA
Indianapolis, IN
Philadelphia, PA
Atlanta, GA
Jersey City, NJ
Phoenix, AZ
Baltimore, MD
Kansas City, MO
Pittsburgh, PA
Baton Rouge, LA
Las Vegas, NV
Portland, OR
Boston, MA
Long Beach, CA
Richmond, VA
Buffalo, NY
Los Angeles, CA
Sacramento, CA
Charlotte, NC
Louisville, KY
San Antonio, TX
Chicago, IL
Memphis, TN
San Diego, CA
Cincinnati, OH
Miami, FL
San Francisco, CA
Cleveland, OH
Milwaukee, WI
San Jose, CA
Columbus, OH
Minneapolis, MN
Santa Ana, CA
Dallas, TX
New Haven, CT
Seattle, WA
Denver, CO
New Orleans, LA
St. Louis, MO
Detroit, MI
New York, NY
St. Paul, MN
Fresno, CA
Newark, NJ
Tampa, FL
Honolulu, HI
Oakland, CA
Washington/NCR
UASI Sites FY’ 04 Funding
New York City
$47 million
Minneapolis, MN
$12.3 million
Tampa, FL
$9.3 million
Chicago, IL
$34.1 million
Phoenix, AZ
$12.2 million
Louisville, KY
$8.9 million
Washington DC
$29.3 million
Dallas, TX
$12.2 million
Orlando, FL
$8.7 million
Los Angeles, CA
$28.3 million
Long Beach, CA
$12.1 million
Columbus, OH
$8.7 million
San Francisco, CA $26.5 million
Pittsburgh, PA
$11.9 million
Denver, CO
$8.6 million
Philadelphia, PA
$23.1 million
St. Louis, MO
$10.7 million
Portland, OR
$8.1 million
Houston, TX
$19.9 million
Atlanta, GA
$10.7million
Sacramento, CA
$8 million
Miami, FL
$19.2 million
Las Vegas, NV
$10.5 million
Oakland, CA
$7.8 million
Boston, MA
$19.2 million
San Diego, CA
$10.5 million
St. Paul, MN
$7.8 million
Jersey City, NJ
$17.1 million
Cleveland, OH
$10.4 million
Charlotte, NC
$7.4 million
Seattle, WA
$16.5 million
Anaheim, CA
$10.3 million
Baton Rouge, LA
$7.1 million
Baltimore, MD
$15.9 million
Milwaukee, WI
$10.2 million
New Orleans, LA
$7.1 million
Santa Ana, CA
$15.1 million
Indianapolis, IN
$10.2 million
Fresno, CA
$7 million
Newark, NJ
$15. million
Buffalo, NY
$10.1 million
Albany, NY
$6.8 million
Detroit, MI
$13.8 million
Memphis, TN
$10.0 million
Richmond, VA
$6.5million
Kansas City, MO
$13.3 million
San Jose, CA
$9.9 million
San Antonio, TX
$6.3 million
Cincinnati, OH
$12.7 million
New Haven, CT
$9.7 million
Technical Assistance Programs
 Support for State Homeland Security Strategy
development and conduct of assessments.
 Centralized Scheduling and Information Desk (CSID) /
Helpline, and homeland security information resources.
 Support to key public sector associations.
 Support to meet specific requests outside of training,
exercise, and equipment support.
 Support Domestic Preparedness Equipment Technical
Assistance Program.
 Support Interoperable Communications Technical
Assistance Program.
ODP and Interoperability
The Department of Homeland Security encourages mutual aid
compacts and interoperability so that first responders from
different agencies, municipalities and even States from one State to
another, can communicate during a terrorist attack. And, as we’ve
seen, terrorist attacks have no boundaries.
Tom Ridge - Secretary, Department of Homeland Security
Interoperable Communications
Plans Guidance
 Plans should address building, upgrading, replacing, and
maintaining public safety communications systems, training
staff, and managing projects
 Examples of considerations when developing a
communications plan:
 Operational
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Topography/terrain of agency
Structures where agency operates
Patches
Dispatch process
 Interoperability
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Regional, multi-jurisdictional, statewide systems
Project 25 suite of standards
XML standards (DATA)
Scalability
Security Requirements
Contact Information
ContactInformation
Information
Contact
Contact
Information
Contact
Information
ICTAP Program Manager
Frank Lepage
(202) 616-2920
[email protected]
Call the
ODP Help Line at
1 (800) 368-6498
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/odp

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