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  1. State Processand SHSS

  2. Jurisdiction Authority Appoints Assessment Point-of-Contact Submit Assessments and Information to SAA Organize a Multi-discipline Working Group Direct the Assessment Process for the Jurisdiction Conduct Needs Assessment Analyze state Instructions and Jurisdiction Handbook Conduct Threat and Vulnerability Assessments Develop Planning Factors for CBRNE Scenarios Jurisdiction Process Conduct Capabilities Assessments

  3. Organize at State Level Determine Jurisdictions Develop Jurisdictional Assessment Instructions Receive/Analyze/Process Jurisdictional Input/Information, Prioritize Jurisdictions Direct the ODP State Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy (SHSAS) Development Process State Process

  4. Receive/Analyze/Process jurisdiction assessments, Prioritize jurisdictions • Jurisdiction to enter the assessment using the on-line system • Option to process information at state level • Submit completed assessments to SAA • Review and analysis of assessments • SAA will determine factors for jurisdiction prioritization • SAA will prioritize each jurisdiction Receive Jurisdiction Assessments

  5. Organize at State Level Determine Jurisdictions Develop Jurisdictional Assessment Instructions Receive/Analyze/Process Jurisdictional Input/Information, Prioritize Jurisdictions Input State level Data Direct the ODP State Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy (SHSAS) Development Process State Process

  6. Enter State Level Data • Planning Factors for CBRNE scenario(s) • Numerical focus/CBRNE materials • Desired and Current Capabilities • WMD Response Levels by Discipline • Tasks by Discipline • Shortfalls or Gaps • Needs Assessments • Planning • Organization • Equipment • Training • Exercises • Technical Assistance Input State Level Data

  7. Organize at State Level Determine Jurisdictions Develop Jurisdictional Assessment Instructions Receive/Analyze/Process Jurisdictional Input/Information, Prioritize Jurisdictions Develop the SHSS Input State level Data Direct the ODP State Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy (SHSAS) Development Process State Process

  8. Develop a State Homeland Security Strategy • SAA or other designated working group • Construct strategy • Include capabilities and needs regarding • Planning • Organization • Equipment • Training • Exercises • Guided by the development of goals, objectives and implementation steps Develop the SHSS R E F E R E N C E : State Handbook page 69

  9. Critical Functions & Assets Daily Operations Best Practices President’s Homeland Security Advisory Council Statewide Template Initiative Methods of Effectiveness Outcomes/Execution /Lessons Learned R E F E R E N C E : Folder Insert Statewide Template Initiative

  10. Template Includes: • Private Sector • Volunteer Service • Schools • Citizens with Special Needs • Operations & Information Security • Homeland Security Advisory System • Public Information & Communications • Lexicon • Funding • Training, Exercising, & Evaluating • Planning & change Management • Expectations • Continuity of State & local Governments • Continuity of State Critical Services • Critical Infrastructure • Law • Information sharing & Technology • Borders • First responders & Emergency Services • National Guard • Public Health Statewide Template Initiative

  11. R E F E R E N C E : State Handbook page 70 • Section I: Introduction • Purpose • Describe the state vision for the SHSS • Describe the focus for the SHSS • Coordination • Organization at territory/state-level • Efforts to ensure coordination • Description of jurisdictions • Process used to complete the jurisdiction assessments • Instructions to jurisdictions Develop the SHSS

  12. R E F E R E N C E : State Handbook page 76 • Section II: State Risk Profile • Number of jurisdictions in the state • Number of jurisdictions that participated • Total population of the state • Description of jurisdictions • Process used to complete the jurisdiction assessments • Threats (low, moderate, high) • Total number of PTE statewide Develop the SHSS

  13. Section II: State Risk Profile (cont.) • Jurisdiction PTE WMD capabilities • The history of past acts of terrorism committed within the state • Vulnerability (low, moderate, high) • Total number of CBRNE sites in state • Agricultural Vulnerability • Number of jurisdictions that participated • Number of jurisdictions (low, moderate, high) • Jurisdiction Prioritization Develop the SHSS

  14. Section III:State Capabilities and Needs Profile • Plans • Indicate if the state has an EOP • Indicate if the state has a TIA • List the total percentage of jurisdictions with both an EOP and TIA • Organizations • Number of emergency response teams in the state and number of those teams that provide/receive mutual aid • Equipment • Training • Exercises R E F E R E N C E : State Handbook page 80 Develop the SHSS

  15. Section IV: Goals, Objectives, Implementation Steps • Goal • Enter a goal (prevention, response, recovery) • Solution Area • Select the one solution area (planning, organization, equipment, training, exercises) • Objective • Enter the objective • Implementation Steps • Enter the implementation steps R E F E R E N C E : State Handbook page 87 Develop the SHSS

  16. Section V: Evaluation Plan for the SHSS • The Review and Analysis (R&A) Process • Monthly business meetings • Conduct R&A quarterly • Conduct annual R&A to reassess and update the entire strategic plan as necessary • Evaluation • How often should R&A take place? • What exactly should be reviewed? • Who will be responsible for these reviews? • Reporting Requirements • Financial reviews • Progress reports • Final administrative reports R E F E R E N C E : State Handbook page 90 Develop the SHSS

  17. Section V: Evaluation Plan for the SHSS (cont.) • The Role of the SAA • Planning Objectives • State Objectives • Equipment Acquisitions • Training Objectives • Exercise Effectiveness Develop the SHSS

  18. R E F E R E N C E : State Handbook page 92 • Annex A – List of all jurisdictions • Annex B – Jurisdiction Prioritization List • Annex C – State produced guidance to the jurisdiction for completion of the jurisdiction assessments and submission to the SAA • Report Options for the SHSS • Download • Print • Preview Develop the SHSS

  19. Recommendations to ODP • Input from jurisdiction working groups and the SAA recommending improvement to the state and jurisdictional assessment process is encouraged • SAA to select those jurisdiction comments to include with state-level recommendations Develop the SHSS

  20. Organize at State Level Determine Jurisdictions Develop Jurisdictional Assessment Instructions Submit the SHSS to ODP Receive/Analyze/Process Jurisdictional Input/Information, Prioritize Jurisdictions Develop the SHSS Input State level Data Direct the ODP State Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy (SHSAS) Development Process State Process

  21. Submit state assessments and SHSS to ODP • Submit the document using the ODP on-line data entry system • “Complete” - properly conducted • “Incomplete”- additional work needed before assessment can be submitted • Click on the “Incomplete” hyperlink to return to incomplete section • State-level agricultural sections listed as “N/A” were deactivated • If all sections of the state assessment and SHSS show “Complete”, submit the assessment to ODP Submit SHSS to ODP

  22. Organize at State Level Determine Jurisdictions Develop Jurisdictional Assessment Instructions Resource the SHSS Submit the SHSS to ODP Receive/Analyze/Process Jurisdictional Input/Information, Prioritize Jurisdictions Develop the SHSS Input State level Data Direct the ODP State Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy (SHSAS) Development Process State Process

  23. Resource the SHSS • Research applicable policies and procedures related to the administration of the ODP grant • Determine what, if any, reporting requirements will be submitted to the SAA from the jurisdictions • Submit reports to ODP Resource the SHSS

  24. Organize at State Level Conduct Reviews/Analysis Modify SHSS Determine Jurisdictions Develop Jurisdictional Assessment Instructions Resource the SHSS Submit the SHSS to ODP Receive/Analyze/Process Jurisdictional Input/Information, Prioritize Jurisdictions Develop the SHSS Input State level Data Direct the ODP State Homeland Security Assessment and Strategy (SHSAS) Development Process State Process

  25. Conduct Reviews/Analysis Modify SHSS • SAA will conduct reviews of the SHSS • SAA will determine modifications necessary through analysis Conduct R&A, Modify SHSS

  26. DISCUSSION State Process and SHSS