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Title: Distributed Integrated Security and Emergency Response Content Management Framework with Homeland Se


1
Distributed Integrated Security and Emergency
Response Content Management Framework with
Homeland Security - a concept
  • David Eng
  • Technology Innovation Office
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Washington, D.C. 20460
  • Eng.david_at_epa.gov, 703-603-8827

2
Presentation Summary
  • EPA Homeland Security Strategic Plan
  • EPAs Roles
  • EPA Communication and Information Goals
  • EPA's Information Needs and Decision Demands
  • Conceptual Solution
  • Information Components of ICS
  • DISER Framework Requirements
  • Demonstration Content ManagementWeb ServicesXML
    with Challenges-
  • Next Steps

3
Goals for Homeland Security Strategic Plan
  • The Environmental Protection Agencys strategic
    plan for homeland security is divided into four
    basic goal categories
  • 1. Critical infrastructure protection
  • 2. Preparedness, response, and recovery
  • 3. Communication and information and
  • 4. Protection of EPA personnel and
    infrastructure.

4
EPA Roles
  • EPA is one of the chief guardians of public
    health and the environment.
  • EPA coordinates with Federal, States and Local
    authorities and responders.
  • EPA provided technical expertise and oversight in
    detection, decontamination and remediation, and
    ensure that the clean-up was fully protective.
  • EPA, i.e.,Technology and Innovation Office, led
    efforts in collecting and disseminate information
    to appropriate entities on technologies that
    detect and decontaminate Chemical and biological
    agents.
  • And
  • EPA is pursuing better technologies, development
    of additional procedures to handle bio-terrorism,
    laboratory methods and surrogates,
    decontamination and disposal of threat agents,
    and improved communication and information
    integration mechanisms.

5
Communication Information in Support of
Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Goals
  • Reliable environmental information from
    internal and external sources are paramount to
    ensure informed decision making an appropriate
    response, such as consequence management, risk
    and exposure assessment management. In general,
    the Agency will
  • Prepare to respond to and recover from a major
    terrorist incident. Maintain trained personnel
    and effective communication, ensure practiced
    coordination and decision-making and provide the
    best tools and technologies to address threats.
  • Communicate to Federal, State and local agencies
    in an integrated framework in a timely manner.
  • Support and develop the preparedness of state,
    local, and tribal governments and private
    industry to respond to, recover from, and
    continue operations after a terrorist at attack.
  • Advanced the state of knowledge in the areas of
    relevant to homeland security to provide
    responders and decision making with tools the
    scientific and technical understanding the need
    to manage existing or potential threats to
    homeland security or responding to an incident.

6
Needs
  • Clear protocols are needed to establish standard
    operating procedures and format in response.
  • Appropriate reporting alternative to satisfy both
    the need to access the information and instill
    the preservation of sensitive information.
  • Technical, tactical, referenced and
    administrative information is critical to insure
    proper decision making and the understanding of
    the situation.
  • We can augment these devices with technology
    through the centralized communication process, so
    that system users can access as many and various
    information sources from different and disparate
    formats, system platform (operating system).

7
Needs (continued)
  • However, these information sources are
    distributed and dispersed between different
    format and sources, such as
  • Web pages hosted from different referenced web
    sites (public or secured)
  • PDF Word WordPerfect files/documents
  • PowerPoint presentations
  • MS Excel/Lotus spreadsheet
  • Oracle/Access/SQL Server/FileMaker/flat file data
    stores or databases
  • GIS and
  • Mark-up multimedia.

8
Decision Demands
  • The decision made demands on many data/content
    between the emergency responders and maybe
    integrated with an over whelming amount of local
    communication and information needs.
  • Special Internet lines with Internet access,
    Internet phone via IP and wireless remote,
    through multiple backups and alternatives
    (devices and network) for disaster and network
    line communication overload should be prearranged
    and coordinated with the local law enforcement,
    fire, emergency management agencies.
  • Network line communication must be enabled to
    secure with critical transmission of timely and
    adequate information to the EMS units, first
    responders and medical facility during an
    incident.
  • Decisions need to be quickly made and integrated
    into a command emergency response operating
    system through the reliance of multiple and
    disparaging authoritative information source.

9
A Conceptual Solution
  • A conceptual solution is the Distributed and
    Integrated Security Emergency Response, DISER,
    (oriented) framework with the Command Emergency
    Response Operation System CEROS
  • The DISER framework gathers from various
    information sources with probability/confident
    level information from the individual customized
    search queries and hits. From the individualized
    or customized template queries, information from
    various sources are rendered in a user customized
    template portal page viewed through a browser at
    any time or place.
  • CEROS is an information portal for emergency
    responsers to assist in rapid decision making on
    consequence and risk assessment management in
    combating, responding and remediating weapons of
    mass destruction incident site.

10
Information Components of ICS
  • Incident Management System with Incident Command
    System (ICS). This in itself may have systems
    supporting the subsystem for1) ICS Coordinated
    and Integrated Local, State, and Federal Response
    Teams, 2)Special Strike Team, 3) Public Risk
    Communication, and 4) Emergency Notification and
    Announcement
  • Selected Appropriate Decontamination Technology
    and Site Remediation System
  • Decontamination Equipment Catalog
  • Efficacy Testing and Equipment Verification
  • Equipment, Devices, Response Asset Inventory
    Systems and Catalog System
  • Available Assets Management System
  • Standardized Equipment Capability List
  • Available Personnel Response Management Systems
  • Personal Protective Equipment for Decontamination
    and Triage (limitations and staff rotation)

11
Info Components of ICS continued
  • Contaminated Victim Triage and Transportation
    Management System
  • Diagnosis
  • Triage Category, and triage criteria (respiratory
    status, perfusion and pulse, neurological status)
  • Decontamination Priority,
  • Evacuation Priority, and
  • Treatment
  • Psychological Casualties
  • Biological Agents Delayed Effects
  • Medical Treatment Assistance System
  • Hospital Transportation
  • Special Threat Effects Identifier to Health Care
    Providers (i.e.,Secondary Contamination)
  • Crime Scene, Chain of Custody, and Evidence
    Handling Process and System and
  • Coordination System for Local and States fire,
    EMS, HAZMAT, hospital, emergency management and
    operations centers, and federal hygiene and
    health services, CDC, FBI, FEMA, DOE National
    Guard, DOD, and home security.

12
DISER Framework Requirements
13
Technology Demonstration
  • Content Management
  • Web Services
  • XML
  • with its Challenges

14
Chemical and Biological Emergency First Responder
Equipment Database
CD-ROM Interface Main Menu
15
Chemical and Biological Emergency First Responder
Equipment Database
CD-ROM Interface Search
16
Chemical and Biological Emergency First Responder
Equipment Database
CD-ROM Files in NXT 3
17
Chemical and Biological Emergency First Responder
Equipment Database
CD-ROM Database in NXT 3 Secure Web Site
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