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Report
The National Information Sharing
Consortium
Special Topic Discussion
“GeoGuard and Shared Situational Awareness (SSA)
Initiatives
November 29, 2012
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Why We’re Here
Explore:
 Shared Situational Awareness (SSA): its concept,
initiative requirements, partners involved, and its
alignment with the National Preparedness
System
 GeoGuard: its vision, mission, goals, and
framework
 GeoGuard and the NISC: approaches for working
together to bolster SSA
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GeoGuard and SSA Initiatives
Lt. Col. Mike Domingue, New Hampshire National Guard
Chris Diller, GIS Coordinator, Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs
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National Guard State GIS
Capabilities
CHRIS DILLER-WISCONSIN
LTC MIKE DOMINGUE-NEW HAMPSHIRE
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Overview
 Role of the National Guard.
 Council of Governors and SSA.
 GeoGuard.
 TIGER SSA PAT team.
 Current Capabilities.
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Role of the National Guard
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Mission of the National Guard
 The state mission is to help civil authorities protect life and
property and preserve peace, order, and public safety in
times of natural or human-caused emergencies.
 The federal mission is to provide trained units to the U.S.
Army and U.S. Air Force in time of war or national
emergency.
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A Community Based Force
 Did you know?
 The Guard is represented in over 3,300 communities.
 Over 106,000 Airmen.
 Over 358,000 Soldiers.
 1.2 million Family Members.
 Over 2 million Guard Alumni in the last ¼ century.
 State National Guard is a state asset not just a federal one.
 Fall under the Command and Control of the Governor.
 The National Guard is the oldest organized defense force
(1637)
 State National Guard is Geo-enabling themselves..QUICKLY!!!
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DoD Title 10
State National Guard
State Emergency
Management and
Response Agencies
Inter-Community
Mutual Aid
Local Communities,
First Responders
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Information Sharing/SSA
Severity
Frequency
DHS/FEMA
Info Sharing/SSA
Civil-Military Cooperation for Domestic Operations
Role of the National Guard
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National Guard Bureau Functions
 NGB functions as the channel of communications.
 Collects and correlates data from the States and provides a
common operating picture among the States to the Chief of
the National Guard Bureau.
 Coordinates NG support between States.
 Ensures trained and ready NG forces are available for
domestic and Contingency operations.
 Operates the National Guard Coordination Center (NGCC).
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Council of Governors and
Shared Situational Awareness
WHAT IS SSA?
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Council of Governors
 Executive Order created by President Obama in
January 2010.
 CoG is bipartisan and composed of ten State
Governors.
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Co-Chairs from each party.
 Each will serve a two year term with reappointments
possible.
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Council of Governors
 Current Members (‘11-’12) include:
 Gov. Branstad, IA (R) Co-Chair.
 Gov. Gregoire, WA (D) Co-Chair.
 Gov. Fortuno, PR (R) .
 Gov. McDonnell, VA (R).
 Gov. O’Malley, MD (D).
 Gov. Perdue, NC (D).
 Gov. Abercrombie, HI (D).
 Gov. Nixon, MO (D).
 Gov. Mead, WY (R).
 Gov. Brewer, AZ (R).
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Council of Governors Goals
 Goal is to provide advice to:
 Dept. of Defense.
 Dept. of Homeland Security.
 US Northern Command.
 National Guard Bureau.
 U. S. Cost Guard.
 White House Staff.
 And any other federal agency as designated by SECDEF or SECHS.
 Provide advice on maters of the national guard, homeland defense,
civil support, State and Federal Military activities in the US and
other matters.
 First order of business created a Joint Action Plan in August of
2010.
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Council of Governors
 Joint Action Plan
1.
Dual Status Command – State designee to command over
title 10 and title 32 forces.
2. Shared Situational Awareness (SSA) – Ability to
geospatially view and interact with events and missions in a
SA viewer.
3.
Joint Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and
Integration (JRSOI) – Strategic movement of resources in
executing state EM plans.
4.
Pre-Scripted Mission Assignments – Stafford Act tool to
immediately respond to short term and long term requests.
5.
Planning – Incorporating military assets into all-hazards
planning.
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A Need for SSA Across the Nation
 CoG SSA Requirement
 Establish a Common Operating Picture and Common
Reporting System between State and Federal military forces as
well as between State and Federal civil and military
responders.
 Share Current Operations Information.
 Share Capability and Resource Availability Data.
“We need a better COP of where the units are located, their level
of readiness, and their response capabilities… we will be far
better positioned to get life-saving capabilities where they are
needed.”
- Dr. Paul Stockton, ASD/HD&ASA
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SSA Vision
PPD8: The National Preparedness System
Council of Governors / TAG / DOD
policy and directives
National
Response
Framework
Mission Area 1
Prevention
Business Workflow Drivers and
Requirements
Logistics
Aviation /
Airlift
Transport
ation
Maintena
nce
Mission Area 2
Protection
Communi
cations
ESF 1-15
Command
and
Control
Security
Medical
Engineeri
ng
CBRNE
Mission Area 3
Mitigation
GeoGuard GeoConops
DHS GeoConops
National Preparedness Plan
National Preparedness Goal
Mission Area 4
Response
Delivery Architecture
Mission Area 5
Recovery
Viewers
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SSA Demonstration at Patriot 2012
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SSA Demonstration at Patriot 2012
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GeoGuard
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What is GeoGuard?
 GeoGuard Vision
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All Army, Air, and Joint Staff National Guard echelons,
from the State to NGB, are confidently building,
publishing, accessing, and/or employing accurate,
interoperable GI&S for SSA at the least cost for
maximum effect across all NG missions.
 GeoGuard Mission
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…facilitate and coordinate the development of
processes and procedures to enable sustained
interoperable geospatial capabilities in support of all
NG missions.
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GeoGuard States “States Helping States”
 Increase information sharing efficiency.
 Enhance mission effectiveness.
 Increase regional compatibility and states awareness.
 Boost collaboration.
 Centralized coordination.
 Share what “good” is.
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GeoGuard Goal: Civilian-Military Unity of GIS Effort
Support
ARNORTH/
NORTHCOM
(Per OPORD)
USA
Strategy
State ARNG
GI&S
County-City
EOC/GI&S
Function
CountyCity HLS/EM
Capabilities
JFHQ-State
ARNG Capabilities
NGB
Strategy
ARNG
Strategy
ANG
Strategy
USAF
Strategy
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ARNG
Capabilities
NG
Capabilities
ANG
Capabilities
Support
AFNORTH/
NORTHCOM
(Per OPORD)
JFHQ-State JFHQ-State
Joint
JOC/GI&S
Capabilities Capabilities
JFHQ-State
ANG
Capabilities
National Alliance for
Public Safety GIS
State
EOC/GI&S
Function
State
HLS/EM
Capabilities
HLS/EM
Strategy
CountyCity HLS/EM
Capabilities
State ANG
GI&S
County-City
EOC/GI&S
Function
DHS GeoCONOPS
National States
Geographic Information
Council
Other Agency
Strategies
Other Agency
Strategies
State
Strategy
GeoGuard Lead States
 Identify and maintain an accurate listing of GeoGuard POCs for
all JFHQ-States in your Region for DOMOPS Planning and
Shared Situational Awareness on the National GeoGuard
Community and Capabilities Catalog.
 Encourage and/or assist JFHQ-State GeoGuard POCs in your
region to populate the GeoGuard Community and Capabilities
Catalog to the best of their ability.
 Facilitate outreach and build a
constructive relationship between
Regional FEMA GIS Staff and those
JFHQ-State GeoGuard POCs in your
region, to include your state.
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GeoGuard States Regional Representatives
FEMA
Region
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
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State
NH
NY
DC
NC
WI
TX
KS
ND
CA
WA
GeoGuard Rep
LtCol Mike Domingue
SFC Noel Fredericks
James Haffly
Todd Preddy
Chris Diller
Burhan Girgin
Jessica Frye
Valerie Hanson
SFC Jeff Fuller
LTC Tom Meuhleisen
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TIGER SSA PAT team
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Overview
 New National Guard Authority – Responsibility.
 Facilitate / coordinate “non-federal” aspects of the National
Guard…(96% of NG support).
 Deliberate time-phasing of community-state-federal resource
utilization.
 Posture NG resources to meet state & federal missions.
 Communicate & market “significant & specialized”
NG capabilities of each state.
 Strategic Partnering.
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Understanding Directional Paths and Requirements
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Strategic Partnerships
 States.
 National Guard Bureau.
 Federal: DHS (HA, FEMA, CBP, USCG), DOJ (FBI), DOD (HD,
USCG & HA), HHS, plus.
 NGO, Private Sector and Professional Associations:
Int. Assoc. of Fire Chiefs (USAR & Logistics); Int. Assoc, of Police
Chiefs’ , National Sheriffs Assoc., The Infrastructure Security
Partnership (TISP), IAEM, NEMA, ABCHS, SAME, DOMPrep 40,
American Red Cross, FEMA IT/GIS, National Volunteer Organizations
Active in Disasters (VOAD).
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Critical Data Sources
Operation Plans are based
on:
• An understanding of the
Operational Environment
• Commander’s Intent
• Desired End State
• Objectives
• Known Facts
• Assumptions
• Decision Points
SA & SSA
Synthesized Information
providing Actionable
Knowledge which supports:
• Restated Commanders
Intent
• Updated Courses of Action
• Reaching Decision Points
• Achieving Desired End State
Analysis and
internal socializing
Operations are enabled by information that:
• Validates known facts
• Proves or disproves assumptions
• Provides sensemaking (changes in the operating environment)
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Common Operating Data
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Survey
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National Guard GIS Capability Assessment
Desired JFHQ-State GIS End
State
DRAFT
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Prior to the start of the 2013 hurricane
season (1 June 2013), every JFHQ-State
has a sustained capability to capture,
analyze,
compile
and
disseminate
requested geospatial information products
and/or services to decision-makers within
a three hour lag time, to enhance
situational understanding and reduce
decision risk.
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JFHQ-State GIS Survey Data
2012 Esri
Esri ArcIMS
Google
Esri ArcGIS
State Investment
Web Map
Earth
Server?
Rating
Server?
Enterprise?
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Enterprise
GIS DB?
State NG Web
Mapping
Application
(non-COP)
MT
NE
NV
NH
NJ
NM
NY
Moderate
Moderate
Moderate
Moderate
Robust
Moderate
Moderate
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Flex Viewer
Flex Viewer
Flex Viewer
NC
Moderate
Yes
No
No
Yes
Flex Viewer
ND
Moderate
Yes
No
No
Yes
Flex Viewer;
JIEE (NGB
UDOP)
OH
OK
Moderate
Moderate
Yes
No
OR
Robust
Yes
No
No
Yes
PA
Robust
No
No
No
No
PR
RI
SC
Minimal
Moderate
Robust
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
SD
Minimal
Yes
Yes
No
No
TN
Robust
Yes
No
No
Yes
State EOC
Emergency
Mgmt
Software
WebEOC
Robust
Yes
No
No
Yes
VI
UT
VT
Minimal
Robust
Moderate
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Google Earth only
Google Earth only
Google Earth only
Esri Flex Viewer only
No COP Viewer
Esri Flex Viewer w
other Esri products
Esri Flex Viewer only
Yes
TX
COP Viewer
Summary Field
No COP Viewer
JIEE (NGB
UDOP)
Global Mapper
PA-NG;
MapJazz
Flex Viewer
Flex Viewer
ArcIMS Web
Map
JIEE (NGB
UDOP)
JIEE UDOP Only
WebEOC
WebEOC
Esri Flex Viewer only
Google Earth only
WebEOC
Google Earth only
Google Earth w other
Esri products
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MS Bing
Maps
JIEE
DisasterLAN Google Earth only
- Nov 12
JFHQ-State GIS Capability Components
 GIS Skills
 GIS Solution
 JFHQ-State Joint Ops Center Integration
 Outreach
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JFHQ-State GIS Capability Components
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Trends from 2012 Assessment
FEMA Region
Region IV
Region X
Region V
Region VI
Region VII
Region IX
Region I
Region VIII
Region III
Region II
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States
NC SC GA FL AL MS TN KY
WA ID OR AK
WI MN IN IL MI OH
TX AR LA OK NM
MO KS IA NE
CA NV AZ HI GU
NH RI ME CT VT MA
ND MT CO SD UT WY
DC PD MD VA WV DE
NY NJ PR VI
Regional Rating / Average
HIGH / 314
MODERATE / 275
MODERATE / 267
MODERATE / 260
MODERATE / 225
MODERATE / 215
MODERATE / 204
MODERATE / 204
MODERATE / 180
LOW / 144
Ranking
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 (Tie)
7 (Tie)
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National Guard DOMOPS GeoCONOPS:
 Developed by and agreed upon by the States and Territories.
 GOAL: to provide strategic and tactical level guidance to states on
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implementing geospatial technology.
Provides National standards for how the National Guard of the various
states will share geospatial data among the “54” and with our Domestic
Operations partner agencies.
Enables the National Guard of the various States to be aware of
developing emergencies and have the ability to respond effectively in
concert with partner agencies and military forces.
Focused on National Guard Civil Support actions (NGR 500-1 / ANGI
10-8101).
It is less than 20 pages. EASY READING.
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Sharing critical information has been a
vital bond from the roots of our National
Guard existence.
Of the North-Church-tower, as a signallight,
One if by land, and two if by sea…
Sharing critical information within the
National Guard and among our state,
regional, national and federal partners is
just as important now…
… if not more.
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Questions?
Group Discussion
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About the NISC
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National Information Sharing Consortium – Launched: June 2012
◦ Emergency Management, IT, GIS Communities
◦ Federal, Regional, Tribal, State, and Local Government
◦ Voluntary Information Sharing
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Governance documents, information sharing plans, standard operating
procedures, and software code/documentation, etc.
◦ Founding Members (June 2012)
◦ State of Oregon; Commonwealth of Virginia; State of California; City of
Charlottesville, VA; City of Charlotte, NC
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About the NISC (cont.)
◦ New Members (As of October 31, 2012)
◦ American Red Cross, New York Fire Department, Kentucky Emergency Management,
Washington Military Department, Oregon Emergency Management, New Hampshire
National Guard, Miami-Dade Emergency Management, Florida Emergency Management
◦ Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (representing 22 local government
members in the Washington DC area)
◦ GeoGuard (representing the National Guard in each of the 54 US States and Territories)
◦ National Alliance for Public Safety GIS (NAPSG) Foundation
◦ Golden Gate Security Network
◦ Plan to convene a National Information Sharing Summit in late 2012/early 2013 in
partnership with the Department of Homeland Security First Responders Group (FRG)
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About the NISC (cont.)
MISSION & GOALS
Bring together data owners, custodians, and users involved in the fields of
emergency preparedness, management, and response to drive an ongoing
dialogue on how to best leverage efforts related to the development, sharing,
and governance of technology, data, and best practices.
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Enhance situational awareness
Savings of time and money (resources currently in short supply on both
state and local levels)
Utilize data already paid for
Influence national policy around public safety and emergency management
Standardize information sharing efforts on a global scale
Improve community resilience
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About the NISC
ELIGIBLE MEMBERS
• First responders
• GIS practitioner
• State/local emergency
management information
and communications officers
• Mission-critical NGOs
• Private partners
• Civic leaders
• Federal agencies
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CURRENT MEMBERS
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State of Oregon
Commonwealth of Virginia
City of Charlottesville, Virginia
City of Charlotte, North Carolina
State of California
Kentucky Emergency Management Agency
New York City Fire Department
American Red Cross
Washington Military Department
Oregon Office of Emergency Management
New Hampshire National Guard
Miami-Dade Emergency Management
Florida Division of Emergency Management
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
(representing 22 cities and counties)
National Guard Geospatial Enterprise (GeoGuard)
National Alliance for Public Safety GIS (NAPSG)
Foundation
Golden Gate Safety Network (GGSN)
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What the NISC Brings to You
NISC BOARD & ADMIN
Resource Exchange
• Practitioner-developed
Resources
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Data Pipeline
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applications
(limited or unlimited
sharing; unlimited
publish or limited
publish)
Member Portal
in Development
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Webinars”
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Discussions
Collaboration Space
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Work Groups
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— Brokerage of subject
matter expertise
Monthly Special
Topic Discussions
Virtual USA®
Transition Working
Group
in partnership w/DHS FRG
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What You Bring to the NISC
• PERSPECTIVE—as a practitioner, no one is better
positioned to convey the needs, experiences, and priorities of
our sector. You are the voice of the NISC.
• KNOWLEDGE—as a practitioner, no one is better
positioned to provide lessons learned, case studies, and best
practices to other stakeholders. You are the subject matter
experts.
• SENSE OF COMMUNITY—as a practitioner, no one is
better positioned to support other stakeholders who are vested
in a universal, shared interest. You comprise the culture.
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Coming Up
• Virtual Event: National Capital Region—Geospatial
Data Exchange (GDX) Initiative
December 19, 2012, 2-3:30pm ET (11am-12pm Pacific)
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• Virtual Events for 2013 (Schedule TBD)
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EMAC – Automation and Integration
Situational Awareness for Major Disasters – e.g.
Hurricane Sandy
Virtual USA Transition
Other member driven topics - TBD
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• Members join on behalf of their organization
• Members are required to sign the NISC
Memorandum of Agreement
Note: The sharing of any resource, data set, or
technology code is completely voluntary
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(cont.)
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