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A second request - this time got only 153 pages (where the previous year got 1,525). Still, there are some names and some travel vouchers and some interesting redactions in this follow - up request to the WSFC contractor hiring documents of 2009.
A second request - this time got only 153 pages (where the previous year got 1,525). Still, there are some names and some travel vouchers and some interesting redactions in this follow - up request to the WSFC contractor hiring documents of 2009.

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Hugdahl.
Jeff
(WSP)
From:Braniff, Tim (WSP)Sent:Friday, September 05, 2008 12:30
PM
To:Solie, Arel (WSP); Maki, Bob (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)Cc:
Subject:
Ray, Tyler (WSP); Wood, Beverly (WSP); (WSP); (WSP)RE: WSP Intelligence Analyst Credential AnalysisWe are getting there.
We
having some
of
them ship them
tous
by FAX. Ms. Bev Wood is working
on
this for lAD.Thank you, Tim
From:
Solie, Arel (WSP)
Sent:
Thursday, September 04, 2008 6:49
PM
To:
Maki, Bob (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)Cc: Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler (WSP)
Subject:
Re:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential AnalysisCaptain Braniff:Could your staff contact the affected analysts and ask them
to
submit copies
of
their
00214
to us asap?There
is
an
OFM deadline to get payments processed by Sept
11
and EMO will not process the payment until sufficientdocumentation is provided to them.Thahks and sorry we have to go through these hoops!ArelArel SolieHomeland Security Section CommanderWashington State Patrol(360) 704-2962 -office(360) 507-3254 -cellarel.solie@wsp.wa.gov
From:
Maki, Bob (WSP)
To:
Solie, Arel (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)Cc: Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler (WSP)
Sent:
Thu
Sep
04 18:34:19 2008
Subject:
Re:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential AnalysisIf they are
ex
military their
00214
would list their specialty and subspecialty. And, would also list all the specialty coursesand training they attended including any intel courses.The
00214
is
a legal document, so I assume that would be acceptable.Alternatively, they might have their military evaluations or military award citations which would specify their job duties aswell. The awards are also listed
on
theD0214
(but the specifics are not).Maybe we could get copies
of
those.
From:
Solie, Arel (WSP)
To:
Maki, Bob (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)
1
Hugdahl.
Jeff
(WSP)
From:Braniff, Tim (WSP)Sent:Friday, September 05, 2008 12:30
PM
To:Solie, Arel (WSP); Maki, Bob (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)Cc:
Subject:
Ray, Tyler (WSP); Wood, Beverly (WSP); (WSP); (WSP)RE: WSP Intelligence Analyst Credential AnalysisWe are getting there.
We
having some
of
them ship them
tous
by FAX. Ms. Bev Wood is working
on
this for lAD.Thank you, Tim
From:
Solie, Arel (WSP)
Sent:
Thursday, September 04, 2008 6:49
PM
To:
Maki, Bob (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)Cc: Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler (WSP)
Subject:
Re:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential AnalysisCaptain Braniff:Could your staff contact the affected analysts and ask them
to
submit copies
of
their
00214
to us asap?There
is
an
OFM deadline to get payments processed by Sept
11
and EMO will not process the payment until sufficientdocumentation is provided to them.Thahks and sorry we have to go through these hoops!ArelArel SolieHomeland Security Section CommanderWashington State Patrol(360) 704-2962 -office(360) 507-3254 -cellarel.solie@wsp.wa.gov
From:
Maki, Bob (WSP)
To:
Solie, Arel (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)Cc: Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler (WSP)
Sent:
Thu
Sep
04 18:34:19 2008
Subject:
Re:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential AnalysisIf they are
ex
military their
00214
would list their specialty and subspecialty. And, would also list all the specialty coursesand training they attended including any intel courses.The
00214
is
a legal document, so I assume that would be acceptable.Alternatively, they might have their military evaluations or military award citations which would specify their job duties aswell. The awards are also listed
on
theD0214
(but the specifics are not).Maybe we could get copies
of
those.
From:
Solie, Arel (WSP)
To:
Maki, Bob (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)
1
 
Cc:
Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler
(WSP)
Sent:
Thu
Sep
04 18:20:06 2008
Subject:
Re:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential Analysis
In
all of the questionable ones, they are DOD -military experience. Maybe they have something
on
file
to
verify that theydid the job? I'm not sure if we'll get anything signed by the military without a whole lot of
red
tape.Jeff
or
Capt. Braniff: did they go thru background?ArelArel SolieHomeland Security Section CommanderWashington State Patrol(360) 704-2962 -office(360) 507-3254 -cellarel.solie@wsp.wa.gov
From:
Maki,
Bob (WSP)
To:
Solie, Arel (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff
(WSP)
Cc:
Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler
(WSP)
Sent:
Thu
Sep
04 17:07:39 2008
Subject:
RE:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential Analysis
I'm
not
aware
of
what
theysubmitted
with
the RPFs
or
what
background
checks
we
may
have done.
If
we
did
background
checks and asked
about
work
experience
specifically, we
might
be
able
to
use
that
info.
Otherwise,
I
think
the
best
course
might
be
to
ask each analyst
to provide their
proposed experience and
employer. Then
we
write
a
letter
to
the employer
and ask
that theysign andretrun
a
form which
certifies
that
the
individual worked
there and
performed
intel
duties.
If
hey
have
employee
evaluations
from
the
period
which
outline
their
duties,
maybe they
couldprovide
those.
I'm
at a loss
for
what
else
we
might
do.
Bob
From:
Solie, Arel
(WSP)
Sent:
Thursday, September 04, 2008 4:43
PM
To:
Maki,
Bob
(WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)
Cc:
Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler
(WSP)
Subject:
Fw:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential AnalysisBob and Jeff,It was not until today that Don advised Tyler that resumes were not sufficient certification to reimburse us for analystcosts. Tyler provided EMD resumes and application packets for each.I am not familiar with the RFP process
or
whether we required any verification/proof of military experience or didbackground checks.How can we certify that the analysts
do,
in
fact, have the two years minimum military intel experience?I welcome your suggestions.Thanks,Arel
2
Cc:
Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler
(WSP)
Sent:
Thu
Sep
04 18:20:06 2008
Subject:
Re:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential Analysis
In
all of the questionable ones, they are DOD -military experience. Maybe they have something
on
file
to
verify that theydid the job? I'm not sure if we'll get anything signed by the military without a whole lot of
red
tape.Jeff
or
Capt. Braniff: did they go thru background?ArelArel SolieHomeland Security Section CommanderWashington State Patrol(360) 704-2962 -office(360) 507-3254 -cellarel.solie@wsp.wa.gov
From:
Maki,
Bob (WSP)
To:
Solie, Arel (WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff
(WSP)
Cc:
Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler
(WSP)
Sent:
Thu
Sep
04 17:07:39 2008
Subject:
RE:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential Analysis
I'm
not
aware
of
what
theysubmitted
with
the RPFs
or
what
background
checks
we
may
have done.
If
we
did
background
checks and asked
about
work
experience
specifically, we
might
be
able
to
use
that
info.
Otherwise,
I
think
the
best
course
might
be
to
ask each analyst
to provide their
proposed experience and
employer. Then
we
write
a
letter
to
the employer
and ask
that theysign andretrun
a
form which
certifies
that
the
individual worked
there and
performed
intel
duties.
If
hey
have
employee
evaluations
from
the
period
which
outline
their
duties,
maybe they
couldprovide
those.
I'm
at a loss
for
what
else
we
might
do.
Bob
From:
Solie, Arel
(WSP)
Sent:
Thursday, September 04, 2008 4:43
PM
To:
Maki,
Bob
(WSP); Hugdahl, Jeff (WSP)
Cc:
Braniff, Tim (WSP);
Ray,
Tyler
(WSP)
Subject:
Fw:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential AnalysisBob and Jeff,It was not until today that Don advised Tyler that resumes were not sufficient certification to reimburse us for analystcosts. Tyler provided EMD resumes and application packets for each.I am not familiar with the RFP process
or
whether we required any verification/proof of military experience or didbackground checks.How can we certify that the analysts
do,
in
fact, have the two years minimum military intel experience?I welcome your suggestions.Thanks,Arel
2
 
Arel SolieHomeland Security Section CommanderWashington State Patrol(360) 704-2962 -office(360) 507-3254 -cellarel.solie@wsp.wa.gov
From:
MacSparran, Don (EMD)
To:
Ray, Tyler (WSP)
Cc:
Solie, Arel (WSP); Herman, Kyle (EMD) ; Maki, Bob (WSP); Hieb, Roger (EMD) ; Ramos, Kristin (EMD)
Sent:
Thu
Sep
04
16:27:47 2008
Subject:
RE:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential Analysis
Tyler,As we discussed several minutes
ago-and
I do apologize for any misunderstanding
on
what weneed to support the reimbursement
of
intelligence analysts costs, we will immediately process theoutstanding
WSP
invoices once the following has been addressed.I agree with your reference to
IB
#235 HSGP that grant funds may only be used for analyst costs ifthey
1)
successfully completed training to ensure baseline proficiency, and/or
2)
previously served asan intelligence analyst.For
training-the
guidance is clear that a certificate of completion must be on file. We will proceedwith the reimbursement for Donald Castenares with your confirmation that he did in-fact attend andsuccessfully complete the WASPC course,
and
that the WASPC training does meet the guidelinesset forth
in
IB235.For the remaining three analysts (Hansen, Rivers, Larm), their resumes alone are not sufficient toofficially document their training and/or experience. As you and I discussed, we will proceed with thereimbursement for these three analysts with confirmation that their resumes are accurate accounts oftheir experience and/or training as that experience and/or training is required for qualifying them forreimbursement under the HSGP grant program. Given the recognized inaccuracies that are common
in
resumes by job seekers today, we are unable to take a resume at face value without
an
accompanying statement from the employer that the resume
is
accurate.Thank you for understanding these reqUirements and the position we are
in
to ensure the intent
of
thegrant guidance
is
followed.Please call me if you have any questions.Don
Don MacSparranHomeland Security Section ManagerWashington State Emergency Management DivisionCamp Murray,
WA
98430-5122253-512-7468, Fax 253-512-7212
From:
Tyler.Ray@wsp.wa.gov [mailto:Tyler.Ray@wsp.wa.govl
Sent:
Thursday, September 04, 2008 1:45
PM
To:
MacSparran,
Don
(EMD); Ramos, Kristin (EMD)
3
Arel SolieHomeland Security Section CommanderWashington State Patrol(360) 704-2962 -office(360) 507-3254 -cellarel.solie@wsp.wa.gov
From:
MacSparran, Don (EMD)
To:
Ray, Tyler (WSP)
Cc:
Solie, Arel (WSP); Herman, Kyle (EMD) ; Maki, Bob (WSP); Hieb, Roger (EMD) ; Ramos, Kristin (EMD)
Sent:
Thu
Sep
04
16:27:47 2008
Subject:
RE:
WSP
Intelligence Analyst Credential Analysis
Tyler,As we discussed several minutes
ago-and
I do apologize for any misunderstanding
on
what weneed to support the reimbursement
of
intelligence analysts costs, we will immediately process theoutstanding
WSP
invoices once the following has been addressed.I agree with your reference to
IB
#235 HSGP that grant funds may only be used for analyst costs ifthey
1)
successfully completed training to ensure baseline proficiency, and/or
2)
previously served asan intelligence analyst.For
training-the
guidance is clear that a certificate of completion must be on file. We will proceedwith the reimbursement for Donald Castenares with your confirmation that he did in-fact attend andsuccessfully complete the WASPC course,
and
that the WASPC training does meet the guidelinesset forth
in
IB235.For the remaining three analysts (Hansen, Rivers, Larm), their resumes alone are not sufficient toofficially document their training and/or experience. As you and I discussed, we will proceed with thereimbursement for these three analysts with confirmation that their resumes are accurate accounts oftheir experience and/or training as that experience and/or training is required for qualifying them forreimbursement under the HSGP grant program. Given the recognized inaccuracies that are common
in
resumes by job seekers today, we are unable to take a resume at face value without
an
accompanying statement from the employer that the resume
is
accurate.Thank you for understanding these reqUirements and the position we are
in
to ensure the intent
of
thegrant guidance
is
followed.Please call me if you have any questions.Don
Don MacSparranHomeland Security Section ManagerWashington State Emergency Management DivisionCamp Murray,
WA
98430-5122253-512-7468, Fax 253-512-7212
From:
Tyler.Ray@wsp.wa.gov [mailto:Tyler.Ray@wsp.wa.govl
Sent:
Thursday, September 04, 2008 1:45
PM
To:
MacSparran,
Don
(EMD); Ramos, Kristin (EMD)
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