Civil Air Patrol National Incident Management System (NIMS)

Civil Air Patrol National Incident Management System (NIMS)

Civil Air Patrol National Incident Management System (NIMS) 2016 Refresh Lt Col Bob Ditch HQ CAP/DOSI 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 1 Webinar Presenters John Desmarais Director of Operations National Headquarters 15 JUNE 2016

Lt Col Bob Ditch IAEM & EMI Liaison National Headquarters CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 2 Webinar Rules of Engagement Members in the field will be in listen only mode. We have several hundred members signed up, so having everyone with an open microphone is not supportable. We will try to answer questions throughout the webinar though. Just type your questions, and we will either answer you directly via text or provide a voice answer to your question. The webinar itself, questions, and chat log are being recorded, so please remain respectful.

15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 3 National Incident Management System (NIMS) 2016 Refresh 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 4 Agenda 2003/2008: HSPD-5 and NIMS 2016 NIMS Refresh

Incident Management System Changes Center Management System National Qualification System 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 5 Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5) 28 February 2003 Management of Domestic Incidents Reflected a Comprehensive Revision of Previous Published Directives & Executive Orders Established the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS): For coordinating operations within the U.S. to prepare for, respond

to, and recover from terrorist attacks, and major disasters. Expanded on the Homeland Security Act of 2002 Emergency preparedness/response and coordination within the Federal Government, with state/local/tribal governments, and Private Sector. 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 6 HSPD-5 Tasked the Secretary for Homeland Security to Administer; A National Response Plan (NRP) to provide structure and mechanisms for national level policy and operational direction for response support to State & Local Incident Commanders

A National Incident Management System (NIMS) to provide a consistent approach to coordination, interoperability, unified command, training, and resource management. 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 7 HSPD-5 Directed implementation of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and National Response Plan (NRP) by all federal agencies and departments 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES

CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 8 NIMS used for all emergency responses 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 9 NIMS Concepts and Principles NIMS Provides a flexible framework that facilitates government and private entities at all levels working together to manage domestic

incidents. a set of standardized organizational structures, as well as requirements for processes, and systems designed to improve interoperability 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 10 Original NIMS Components Command & Management

Preparedness Resource Management Communications & Info and Management Supporting Technologies On-going management and maintenance 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 11 Command & Management NIMS Standardized Incident Management Structures are based on three key organizational systems,

Including The Incident Command System (ICS) which defines operating characteristics, management components, and structures of incident management organizations throughout life-cycle of incident. Multiagency Coordination Systems (MACS) which define operating characteristics, management components, and organizational structure of supporting entities. Public Information Systems, which include processes, procedures, and systems for communicating timely an accurate information to public. CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 15 JUNE 2016

CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 12 NIMS 2016 Refresh 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 13 NIMS 2016 Refresh NIMS continues to provide a consistent and common nationwide approach and vocabulary to enable the whole community to work together seamlessly and manage

all threats and hazards. NIMS applies to all incidents, regardless of cause, size or complexity 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 14 NIMS 2016 Refresh FEMA is leading nation-wide effort for review/refresh. The draft of the refreshed NIMS retains key concepts and principles from the 2004 and 2008 versions; incorporating policy updates/lessons learned from exercises/incidents. The National Engagement Period provided interested parties the opportunity to comment reflecting expertise and experience of the whole community. The current draft was provided for public comment until

May 9, 2016. 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 15 NIMS 2016 Refresh Incorporates lessons learned from exercises and incidents, policy updates, and progress in resource typing and credentialing; Clarifies that NIMS is more than just ICS and that it applies to stakeholders across all five mission areas (Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response and Recovery). Provides a common structure and activation levels for operations and coordination centers. Explains the relationship of ICS to the new Center Management System (CMS) and Multiagency Coordination

Groups (MAC Groups) Enhances guidance on information management processes. 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 16 NIMS 2016 Refresh 2008 NIMS Organization Refreshed NIMS Organization Introduction Fundamentals and Concepts of NIMS Preparedness

Resource Management Communications and Information Management Management and Coordination ICS Resource Management Center Management System (CMS) Command and Management Multiagency Coordination Group Ongoing Management and Maintenance Joint Information System (JIS)

Appendices Resource Typing ICS Interconnectivity of NIMS Management and Coordination Structures Communications and Information Management Conclusion ICS Appendix CMS Appendix 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 17

NIMS 2016 Refresh Refresh by Component Fundamentals and Concepts Includes: High-level summary of how NIMS can be used Brief history of the doctrine Description of the NIMS guiding principles: Flexibility Standardization Unity of Effort Overview of the NIMS components 15 JUNE 2016 Unity of Effort

Means coordinating activities among various organizations to achieve common objectives. Enables organizations with jurisdictional authority or functional responsibilities to support each other Allows each agency to maintain its own authority/accountability. CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES

CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 18 NIMS 2016 Refresh Refresh by Component: Resource Management Resource Management Describes standard mechanisms for collaboration and coordination across jurisdictions and organizations to systematically manage resources, including personnel, equipment, teams and facilities. Reflects progress in resource typing

and credentialing since 2008. Builds a foundation for the development and employment of a National Qualification System. 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 19 NIMS 2016 Refresh Command Management and Coordination Renamed to better reflect the variety of component applications

Incident Command System (ICS) applies to tactical activities to stabilize incidents, save lives, and protect property/environment. Center Management System (CMS) applies to incident support activities including strategic coordination, resource acquisition and information gathering. Multiagency Coordination Group (MAC Group) applies to senior level decision making. Joint Information System (JIS) guidance applies to activities surrounding outreach/communication with the media and public. 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 20 NIMS 2016 Refresh Management and Coordination

Describes high-level functions of each ICS and CMS section; with detailed descriptions of units/groups are in appendices. Which Management Structure Applies? ICS/UCS at the incident level Provides CMS guidance for operations and coordination centers.(e.g. HHS SOC and both local/state EOCs and Health/Medical DOCs).

The CMS at the operations/ coordination level Clarifies role of focus for MAC Groups. Does not propose changes to ICS. MAC Groups at the policy/executive level

Incorporates the Intelligence and Investigations Section JIS to coordinate public information 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 21 NIMS 2016 Refresh Incident Command System Structure 15 JUNE 2016

CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 22 NIMS 2016 Refresh Refresh by Component: Management and Coordination Center Management System (CMS) Describes common functions, organizational structure and terminology for staff working in operation/coordination centers, including DOCs and EOCs at all levels. Enables the integration/sharing of personnel among operations and coordination centers nationwide, at all levels of government.

Enables overwhelmed EOCs across the nation to ask for the support they need through mutual aid, and have confidence that the personnel they receive will be experienced and qualified. Developed with input from EOC leaders across the nation. 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 23 NIMS 2016 Refresh Refresh by Component: Management and Coordination

CMS Top-Level Management Structure 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 24 NIMS 2016 Refresh CMS Section Responsibilities Strategic Operations Coordinates with personnel at the incident; identifying unmet needs Intelligence/Investigations Integrates intel/info collection, analysis and sharing, as well as investigations Information and Planning Manages situational awareness efforts and develops Resource and Center Logistics

Sources and procures resources, including for center staff Finance/Administration Manages all financial, administrative and cost analysis aspects 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 25 NIMS 2016 Refresh Strategic Operations Section 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 26

NIMS 2016 Refresh Strategic Operations Section 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 27 NIMS 2016 Refresh CMS Sections Intelligence/Investigations Section 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES

28 NIMS 2016 Refresh Information and Planning Section 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 29 NIMS 2016 Refresh Resource and Center Logistics Section 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES

30 NIMS 2016 Refresh Finance/Administration Section 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 31 NIMS 2016 Refresh Example CMS Staffing in a Small EOC 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES

32 NIMS 2016 Refresh CMS Activation Levels Activation Level 4 3 2 1 Normal Operations/ Steady State Enhanced Steady-State

Partial Full 15 JUNE 2016 Description Routine monitoring of situation No event or incident anticipated A situation or threat has developed that requires enhanced monitoring and coordination between jurisdictions and agencies A situation or threat has developed that requires coordination extending beyond the normal workday and that requires 24/7 monitoring Incident of such magnitude that it requires or may require extensive

response and recovery efforts and applicable significant resources A situation or threat has developed that requires 24/7 coordination, monitoring, and support Staffing Center not staffed; possibly not configured for operations Center is staffed with a few personnel focused on situational awareness Center is partially staffed; limited or partial liaison support (based on the needs of the incident) All General Staff positions activated; including liaison positions Operations being conducted on a

24 hour basis CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 33 NIMS 2016 Refresh National Qualification System Coming in 2016! Will supplement NIMS Resource Management. Participation will be optional. Will enable effective and efficient sharing of personnel resources for mutual aid. Will enable the alignment of individual qualification systems to baseline polices and processes to enable positions to meet standardized qualifications. 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES

CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 34 Final Thoughts ...WE SOMETIMES CHAFE AT THE BURDEN OF OUR OBLIGATIONS, THE COMPLEXITY OF OUR DECISIONS,. BUT THERE IS NO COMFORT OR SECURITY FOR US IN EVASIONS, NO SOLUTION IN ABDICATION, NO RELIEF IN IRRESPONSIBILITY... JFK 15 JUNE 2016

CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 35 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 36 Contact? Lt Col Bob Ditch IAEM & EMI Liaison National Headquarters [email protected] 888-211-1812 x 382

15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 37 Happy Anniversary 15 JUNE 2016 CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES CITIZENS SERVING COMMUNITIES 38

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