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Title: The Department of Homeland Security


1
The Department of Homeland Security
  • Office of State and Local Government Coordination


21 May 2016
2
Mission
  • Prevent terrorist attacks within the U.S.
  • Reduce Americas vulnerability to terrorism
  • Minimize the damage from potential attacks and
    natural disasters

3
Organization
  • DHS combines 22 federal agencies into four policy
    directorates
  • Border and Transportation Security
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response
  • Information Analysis and Infrastructure
    Protection
  • Science and Technology
  • The fifth directorate focuses on Management
  • The U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Secret Service and
    Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Service
    exist as distinct entities

4
Organization Chart
Executive Secretary
Commandant of Coast Guard
Legislative Affairs
Secretary ---------------------------------- Deput
y Secretary
Inspector General
Public Affairs
General Counsel
State and Local Coordination
Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Citizenship Immigration Service Ombudsman
Director, Bureau of Citizenship Immigration
Services (1)
Special Assistant to the Secretary (private
sector)
Director of the Secret Service
Privacy Officer
Small Disadvantaged Business
National Capital Region Coordination
Chief of Staff
International Affairs
Shared Services
Counter Narcotics
Under Secretary Science and Technology
Under Secretary Information Analysis and
Infrastructure Protection
Under Secretary Border Transportation Security
Under Secretary Emergency Preparedness and
Response
Under Secretary Management
5
Border and Transportation Security
Asa Hutchinson
  • Secure the borders and ports-of-entry of the
    United States
  • Protect its transportation infrastructure
  • Administer the nations immigration and customs
    laws
  • Protect federal buildings
  • Enforce agricultural laws at the nations borders
  • Help build security preparedness at the state and
    local levels
  • Balance security with preserving individual and
    economic freedoms

6
Emergency Preparedness and Response
Mike Brown
  • Coordinate and support Federal, state and local
    readiness and response efforts for all disasters,
    including terrorist attacks
  • Provide disaster preparedness educational
    programs for communities and citizens
  • Expand and enhance current capabilities of the
    Strategic National Stockpile pharmaceuticals and
    critical medical equipment
  • Improve readiness and capabilities of the
    National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) teams
  • Partner with other Federal emergency training
    institutions, standardize training curriculum and
    provide single portal for accessing the programs,
    including terrorism training programs

7
Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection
  • Identify and assess current and future threats to
    the homeland
  • Map those threats against our vulnerabilities
  • Issue timely warnings
  • Take preventive and protective action

Frank Libutti
8
Science and Technology
Charles McQueary
  • Partner with operational end-users to identify
    requirements and develop field capabilities to
    counter threats and enhance mission operations
  • Engage government, academic and private sectors
    in innovative research, development, rapid
    prototyping and systems development
  • Provide a rapid, efficient and disciplined
    process for systems engineering and development
  • Provide the nation with an enduring research and
    development capability dedicated to homeland
    security

9
Management
  • The Management Directorate is responsible for
  • Budgeting, appropriations, expenditure of funds,
    accounting finance, procurement
  • Human resources and personnel, including
    personnel security
  • Information technology
  • Facilities, property, equipment, and other
    material resources
  • Identification and tracking of performance
    measurements relating to the responsibilities of
    the Department

Janet Hale
10
United States Coast Guard (USCG)
  • Maritime Homeland Security
  • National Defense
  • Protection of Natural Resources
  • Prevention and response to oil hazardous
    material spills
  • Protect against illegal fishing destruction of
    natural resources
  • Maritime Mobility
  • Waterways management, ice-breaking, aids to
    navigation
  • Maritime Safety
  • Search Rescue
  • Commercial recreational boating safety

11
United States Secret Service (USSS)
W. Ralph Basham
  • Protect the President and other government
    leaders
  • Plan, coordinate and implement security for
    designated national special security events
    (NSSE)
  • Protect U.S. currency from counterfeiters and
    safeguarding Americans from credit card fraud
  • Emphasize prevention through protective
    intelligence and threat assessment
  • Apply dual mission to protect nations key assets
    and critical infrastructure

12
Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services
(BCIS)
  • Immigrant and nonimmigrant sponsorship
  • Adjustment of immigrant status
  • Work authorization and other permits
  • Naturalization of qualified applicants for
    citizenship
  • Asylum or refugee processing
  • Visa issuance to foreign nationals

Eduardo Aguirre, Jr.
13
Office of International Affairs
  • Promote information and education exchange with
    nations friendly to the United States in order to
    promote sharing of best practices and
    technologies relating to homeland security
  • Identify areas for homeland security information
    and training exchange where the United States has
    a demonstrated weakness and another friendly
    nation or nations have a demonstrated expertise
  • Plan and undertake international conferences,
    exchange programs, and training activities
  • Manage international activities within the
    Department in coordination with other Federal
    officials with responsibility for
    counter-terrorism matters

14
Office of National Capitol Region Coordination
  • Mission
  • Oversee and coordinate Federal programs for, and
    relationships with, State, local, and regional
    authorities in the National Capital Region
  • Functions
  • Coordinate
  • Assess
  • Advocate
  • Provide information
  • Receive input
  • Serve as a liaison

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Office of the Private Sector
  • The Director of the Office of the Private Sector
    is responsible for
  • Outreach
  • Direct line of communication between DHS and the
    Private Sector
  • 25 million business in the United States
  • BENS, BRT, NAM, NFIB, US Chamber of Commerce,
    etc.
  • Sharing
  • Information
  • Best Practices
  • Economic Impact
  • Evaluate unintended consequences of DHS policies
  • Private Sector Senior Advisory Committee

16
  • DHS 1St Year Anniversary

17
Grant Funding
  • Since March 1, 2003 DHS has allocated or
    awarded approximately 8 billion to state, tribal
    and local governments to prevent, prepare for,
    respond to and recover from acts of terrorism and
    all hazards
  • FY2003 Grant Funding
  • 566 million for State Homeland Security Grant
    Program I
  • 750 million for Assistance to Firefighter Grant
    Program
  • 100 million for Urban Area Security Initiative I
  • 165 million for Emergency Management Performance
    Grants
  • 150 million for Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant
    Program

18
FY 2003 Grant Funding (Contd)
  • 1.3 billion for State Homeland Security Grant
    Program II
  • 200 million for protection of critical
    infrastructure during Operation Liberty Shield
  • 700 million for Urban Area Security Initiative
    II
  • 79.6 million for Interoperability of
    Communications Equipment
  • 25 million for Emergency Operation Centers (EOC)
  • 18.8 million for Citizen Emergency Response Teams

19
FY 2004 Budget
  • The President signed the first appropriations
    bill in the history of DHS, October 1st, 2003
  • FY04 DHS budget is over 30 billion including
  • 14.4 billion for Border and Transportation
    Security
  • 5.5 billion for Emergency Preparedness and
    Response
  • 834 million for Information Analysis and
    Infrastructure Protection
  • 913 million for Science and Technology
  • 6.94 billion for the U.S. Coast Guard
  • 1.34 billion for the Secret Service

20
FY 2004 Preparedness Funding
  • Over 4 billion for in Homeland Security Grants
    for assistance to our nations first responders
  • State Homeland Security Grants
  • 1.7 billion
  • Urban Area Security Initiative
  • 725 million
  • Firefighter Assistance Grants
  • 750 million
  • State and Local Law Enforcement Terrorism
    Prevention
  • 500 million

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FY 2004 Preparedness Funding (Contd)
  • Emergency Management Performance Grants
  • 180 million
  • Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grants
  • 150 million
  • Urban Search and Rescue
  • 60 million
  • Citizen Corps
  • 40 million

22
FY 2005 Proposed Budget
  • FY05 budget is over 40 billion including
  • 15.76 billion for Border and Transportation
    Security
  • 7.4 billion for Emergency Preparedness and
    Response
  • 1.04 billion for Science and Technology
  • 865 million for Information Analysis and
    Infrastructure Protection
  • 7.47 billion for the U.S. Coast Guard
  • 1.36 billion for the Secret Service

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Proposed 2005 Preparedness Funding
  • Over 3.5 billion for in Homeland Security
    Grants for assistance to our nations first
    responders
  • State Homeland Security Grants
  • 700 million
  • Urban Area Security Initiative
  • 1.45 billion
  • Firefighter Assistance Grants
  • 500 million
  • State and Local Law Enforcement Terrorism
    Prevention
  • 500 million

24
Proposed 2005 Preparedness Funding (Contd)
  • Emergency Management Performance Grants
  • 170 million
  • Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grants
  • 150 million
  • Urban Search and Rescue
  • 7 million
  • Citizen Corps
  • 50 million

25
New Products Services
  • Homeland Security Task Force on State, Tribal,
    County and City Grant Funding Created to assist
    and advise DHS on problem areas and viable
    solutions to allocation of preparedness funding
    to State, Tribal, County and City governments.
  • Task Force Chair
  • Governor Mitt Romney - Massachusetts Homeland
    Security Advisory Council (State and Local
    Officials Senior Advisory Committee Chair -
    SLSAC)

26
New Products Services (Contd)
  • National Incident Management System (NIMS)
    Launched March 1st , the NIMS provides a
    nationwide template for all levels of governments
    and private-sector organizations to work together
    effectively to prepare for, prevent, respond to,
    and recover from domestic incidents, regardless
    of cause, size or complexity.
  • Flexibility
  • modular
  • scalable
  • Standardization
  • organizational structure
  • Interoperability communication, equipment,
    processes, procedures and systems
  • You may access the NIMS via DHS website at
    www.dhs.gov

27
New Products Services (Contd)
  • Homeland Security Information Network Built
    upon the system known as JRIES, the department is
    expanding its computer based counter terrorism
    communications network to all 50 states, 5
    territories, Washington D.C. and 50 other major
    urban areas. This effort will significantly
    strengthen the two-way flow of real time threat
    information from the Sensitive-but-Unclassified
    level to the Secret levels to state, tribal,
    local and private sector partners.
  • SECURE The Strategic Communications Resources
    Effort (SECURE) to provide security clearances,
    and secure video and telephone communications to
    all the states and territories.

28
New Products Services (Contd)
  • Project SAFECOM The umbrella program within the
    Federal government to coordinate the efforts of
    local, tribal, State and Federal Public Safety
    agencies working to improve Public Safety
    response through more effective, efficient,
    interoperable wireless communications.
  • U.S. VISIT United States Visitor and Immigrant
    Status Indicator Technology (U.S. VISIT) program
    is the Departments automated entry/exit system,
    which will expedite legitimate travelers, while
    making it more difficult for those intending to
    do us harm to enter our nation. Its full
    capabilities will now be installed the
    secondary areas of the 50 busiest land ports of
    entry by December 2004

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New Products Services (Contd)
  • BioWatch DHS early warning detection system of
    certain airborne biological releases, whether
    they are due to intentional releases or from the
    natural environment. The proposed FY 2005 budget
    request is 118 million, which is 65 million
    above the existing funding level.
  • National Disaster Medical System DHS is
    responsible for managing and coordinating the
    Federal response to major emergencies and
    federally declared disasters.
  • NOBLE Training Center A DHS local hospital
    facility devoted entirely to medical training for
    WMD or mass casualty events.

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Products Services (Contd)
  • Federal Law Enforcement Training Center DHS
    provides world class, interagency training and
    technical assistance of Federal, State, Tribal
    and local law enforcement entities.
  • Homeland Security University Fellows   The
    Departments educational program to support the
    development and mentoring of the next generation
    of scientists as they study ways to prevent
    terrorist attacks within the U.S.
  • Introduction to Community Emergency Response
    Teams Distance Learning Course DHS online course
    to introduce to citizens the concept of emergency
    response teams especially for those communities
    who have not yet formed regular CERT teams.

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Incident Response Exercises
  • Events
  • Dealing with many Presidentially declared
    disasters and emergencies from Alaska to New York
    to American Samoa including
  • Midwest Tornadoes
  • The Blackout/ Power Outage
  • Hurricane Isabel
  • South California Wild Fires
  • Exercises
  • TOPOFF II
  • Determined Promised
  • LIVEWIRE
  • Unified Defense

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