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Title: Emergency Management & Homeland Security Interface


1
Emergency Management Homeland Security Interface
  • Samuel Musa
  • National Defense University

2
Innovation Opportunities
  • Many innovations have been produced as a result
    of the intersection/boundaries of
    multi-disciplines
  • Interdisciplinary fields of study and Centers of
    Excellence have grown in academia to take
    advantage of these opportunities
  • Emergency Management and Homeland Security are
    two distinct fields that could benefit from an in
    depth study of their intersection

3
Innovation is at the Boundaries
Risk Assessment Methodology
Homeland Security
Emergency Management
Hazards
Command, Control Communications
4
Process
Intelligence Community
Threat Indicators
Risk Assessment
FBI
Vulnerabilities
Innovation
5
Higher Education
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Policy Implications
  • Science and Technology
  • Leadership Skills

6
New NDU Program
  • Masters Degree in Strategic Security Studies with
    a concentration in ST Policy and Leadership
  • Pilot program starting in September 2009
  • Students from DHS ST, OIP, TSA, FEMA,USCG, and
    Secret Service

7
Potential CISA Masters Curriculum with Homeland
Security ST Policy and Leadership Concentration
Spring
Fall
  • Geostrategy
  • Strategic thought
  • Power, Ideology and Legitimacy

Core Strategy
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Strategic Leadership for Homeland Security

Homeland Security Policy and Leadership
  • Foundations of Homeland Security
  • ST for Homeland Security
  • Elective
  • Science and Technology Strategy
  • ST Policy, Organizations and Operations

ST Policy
  • Thesis Research
  • Thesis Writing
  • Methods of Argumentation and Analysis
  • Thesis Research

ST Research (Target Capabilities List)
8
Benefits of Program
  • Potential career development path for senior ST
    policy and leadership positions
  • Assess long term DHS research requirements and
    measure costs and risks associated with given
    areas of technology
  • Enlighten prudent assessments of
    technology-dependant proposals
  • Facilitate discourse among ST staff throughout
    DHS
  • Prepare leaders to orient themselves
    strategically and apply critical thinking to
    homeland security challenges of the future

9
Backup Charts
10
Core Strategy Curriculum
  • Analyze 21st century geopolitical environment
    characterized by rise of non-state armed groups
    and uneven erosion of state sovereignty.
  • Evaluate roles of power and ideology, rise of
    newly empowered and politicized ideological
    movements, and bases for authority and
    legitimacy.
  • Understand relationship between political
    objectives, strategy, and all instruments of
    national power.
  • Develop skills to think critically and
    strategically, to differentiate between policy
    and analysis, and to apply knowledge to practice
    in collaborative and complex circumstances with
    diverse partners.

11
Homeland Security Policy Leadership Curriculum
  • Understand the foundations and doctrine of
    Homeland Security including threat definition and
    assessment, means for securing the Homeland,
    organization and coordination issues, and
    constraints on roles and missions. Areas covered
    include Homeland security strategies, plan
    development, working vocabulary, and methodology
    for project assessment
  • Think critically about strategic challenges in
    homeland security, identify solutions, and
    develop strategies for effective utilization of
    national resources and capabilities
  • Analyze critical infrastructure protection from
    historical perspectives processes, players and
    resources threat, gaps and opportunities
    overview the National Infrastructure Protection
    Plan (NIPP), including specific sector plans
  • Build organizational responses to vulnerability
    and hazards and towards resilience in the Target
    Capabilities List (TCL)
  • Apply principles and practices of Project
    Management to Homeland Security

12
ST Curriculum
  • Analyze key technologies and scientific research
    that will shape homeland security in the coming
    decades
  • Understand key parameters of a science and
    technology strategy including environment and
    operational requirements, infrastructure,
    critical skills resource strategy and
    implementation
  • Understand the role of ST in the development of
    homeland security policy. Relevant issues include
    technology adaptation in complex organizations,
    gaps between operations and technology
    development, relations between technologists and
    policymakers, trade-offs in senior level decision
    making, and the limited role of technology in the
    need to bring to bear capabilities other than
    technology in order to win homeland security
    conflicts
  • Understand how we evaluate technology research,
    test evaluation, peer reviews, research and
    technical selection methodology, metrics, and
    implementation plans
  • Understand methods of analysis and argumentation
    for decision-makers focusing on modern complex
    security challenges such as terrorism. Analyze
    logic of arguments, approach of different natural
    sciences, social sciences, mathematics, law, and
    politics

13
Potential Electives
  • CISA 6934Science, Technology and National
    Security
  • CISA6932 Science and Policy of Biowarfare
    Bioterrorism
  • IRMC 6201(3 credit day)Cyber Security for
    Information Leaders
  • IRMC 6507(3 cr day) Homeland Security
    Information Management
  • IRMC 6503(3 cr day) Homeland Security Tools and
    Techniques
  • NDU 6001 (day) Science and Technology for
    National and Homeland Security (To be modified)
  • Science and Technology Policy, Organization
    Operations(To be developed)
  • Science and Technology Strategy (To be developed)

14
Potential ST Course I
  • Science and Technology Strategy
  • Environment and Operational Requirements
  • Technologies that would meet requirements in 5,
    10, 20 years
  • ST Infrastructure
  • Critical ST skills and path to achieve needed
    workforce
  • Resourcing Strategy
  • Implementation Plans

15
Potential ST Course II
  • Technology Adaptation in Complex Organizations
  • Gaps between Operations and Technology
  • Relationships between Technology Leaders and
    Policy Makers
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