Delaware Valley Intelligence Center (DVIC

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Private Sector Briefing July 26, 2011

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Agenda

What is a Fusion Center?

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About the Delaware Valley Intelligence Center (DVIC) Program Fusion Center Benefits

Public Sector — Private Sector
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DVIC Partners Introduction to SOSSEC


DVIC Design Elements
Wrap up

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What is a Fusion Center?

A “collaborative effort of two or more agencies that provide resources, expertise, and information to the center with the goal of maximizing their ability to detect, prevent, investigate, and respond to criminal and terrorist activity”

Primary focuses

Collection, integration, evaluation, analysis, and dissemination — “Fuse” nontraditional collectors of intelligence, such as public safety entities and private sector organizations (e.g., risk assessments and suspicious activity reports) with law enforcement data to provide meaningful information and intelligence about threats and criminal activity

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DVIC Foundation
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24-HOUR/7 DAY-A-WEEK ALL-HAZARDS, ALLCRIME OPERATION STAFFED BY MEMBER AGENCIES THAT PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE AND EFFECTIVE INFORMATION SHARING TO THE DELAWARE VALLEY REGION IT IS NOT INTENDED TO REPLACE ANY:
— EMERGENCY

OPERATIONS CENTER — INVESTIGATIVE OR RESPONSE AGENCY  OR BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR STATE AND FEDERAL LE OPERATIONS

FUNCTION = SUPPORT
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DVIC Region

Pennsylvania
Bucks Chester Delaware Montgomery Philadelphia

New Jersey
Burlington Camden Cumberland Gloucester Salem

Maryland
Cecil

DVIC AOR
Delaware
New Castle
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Fusion Center Benefits
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Portal for public and private sector information sharing Institutionalizes the IS process Supports

Tactical and ICS operations — Investigations & intelligence gathering — Strategic Planning — Budget Process
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Links regional field assets Enhances situational awareness COOP resource & facility for regional partners
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Private Sector Benefits
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Provides direct and timely access to critical business operations information Deliver threat information impacting industry and the community
Serve as a one-stop shop for information sharing Enhance regional security


Support business continuity of operations (COOP) planning & maximizes resources
Critical coordination of efforts between the public and private sector in an emergency
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DVIC Fusion Partners
LOCAL, STATE, FEDERAL, PRIVATE
LAW ENFORCEMENT AS LEAD
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Agriculture Banking and Finance Chemical Industry Community Groups

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Information & Telecommunication

Military
Port Facilities


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Postal & Shipping
Private Security Public Works Real Estate Retail


Criminal Justice
Education


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Emergency Services
Energy Government


Social Services
Transportation
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Health & Related Services
Hospitality & Lodging

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Partners – Private Sector

CENTER CITY DISTRICT

BANKING, RETAIL, HOSPITALITY, SECURITY, INDUSTRY, ETC.

GREAT VALLEY FIRST / ASSOCIATION OF CONTINGINCY PLANNERS

OVER 120 COMPANIES IN MEMBERSHIP ARAMARK, TARGET, VANGUARD, BOEING, ALLIED BARTON, SUNOCO, US AIRWAYS, AND MANY OTHERS
SAINT JOSEPH’S, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, TEMPLE, LASALLE
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PRIVATE COMPANIES

UNIVERSITIES

Fusion Structure
NJTTF / NOC / TSOC / RISS

PHL JTTF

FIG

DIAC

PaCIC

NJ ROIC

MCAC

USCG

FIST

PORTS / BUSINESS / UTILITIES / HOSPITALS

DVIC

HIDTA / LEJIS / MDA / PARTSWG / LNG / PSN LOCAL LE / EM / FIRE PUBLIC HEALTH / CAP

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Operational Connectivity
PARTICIPATING AGENCIES
PennPORTS US DOE

Pittsburgh PD

DVRWG DVRWG Pennsylvania New Jersey DVRWG & Counties DVRWG & Counties CSX Delaware & EXECUTIVE Maryland PDPH Transportation New Castle Cnty Pennsylvania PD & Cecil Cnty STAKEHOLDER New Jersey Fusion S ROIC Center Maryland PARTSWG MANAGING Criminal & Analysis SEPTA Center BOARD SEPA RTF DVRWG Norfolk PARTSWG Delaware Southern Rep Rep DRPA Info & Analysis Corp PD CENTER DVIC PARTSWG DRBA HIDTA PARTSWG PATCO PARTSWG Amtrak NJ OHSP Rep Public/Private Staff PARTSWG Rep MAGLOCLEN FBI

American Red Cross

PARTSWG PennDOT PARTSWG NJ DOT FEMA
Temple University PPD Rep

US DHS
USCG Rep US DOJ Maritime Exchange USCG AMSC & FIST Petro Chemical Facilities Center City District Utilities
DRMEC

St. Joseph’s University

Philadelphia Fire Dept Great Valley First
Agoge Group, LLC

Port Facilities

Others

Future

Delaware Valley Healthcare Council

Source: SOSSEC
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Governance – DVIC Charter

Managing Board — Charter approved — Voting seats to agencies providing funding for the project • Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional Task Force • New Jersey Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness • Philadelphia Area Regional Transit Security Working Group • City of Philadelphia Public Safety • Philadelphia Police Department • Executive Director  Executive Advisory Committee (All DVIC partners)

Working Groups — Intelligence Sharing & Privacy — Technology — Administration & Grants — Financial — Ad hoc Committees
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DVIC Facilities

Source: SOSSEC
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DVIC Intel Cell Floor Plan (Building #11)

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DVIC Planned IOC Capabilities
DVIC IOC Capabilities Data Mgt Database System Data Storage Comms/IS Collab. Portal GIS Intelligence Analysis IMS Integrated Video Site Plans Furniture Secure Secure Room Room
Enterprise Level

Facilities

Functional Elements

Security
Internal Access Control Information Assurance

Building Plans Watch Center Vehicles

Backup & Failover

Mgt & Auditing

Secure Room
Risk Management

Command & Control

Email

Physical Security

LMR

Cellular/ Smartphone WAN/ Wireless

LAN LAN

WLAN

Disaster Recovery

Alerting

WAN

A/V - LCDs

ESB

DVIC Interfaces

PCs & Peripherals

Servers
Capability Elements

Telecomms

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Site Plan – The DVIC at Defense Realty, LLC

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The DVIC at Defense Realty, LLC

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Facilities Plan – 1st Floor – DVIC / Common Space

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Facilities Plan – 1st Floor – DVIC / Common Space / EOC

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Facilities Plan – 2nd Floor – DVIC and Common Space

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Watch Center Design Element and Capabilities
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24-hour-a-day, seven-daya-week, Watch Center Point of collection and distribution of intelligence information between DVIC and stakeholders/partners

Use a variety of technologies to acquire and distribute data, information and intelligence 12 Workstations plus Supervisor station in a
Dispatch Center”-like environment

tiered “forum” design

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Secure Room

Segregated, secure work area Obtain, review and discuss sensitive intelligence by authorized DVIC personnel Designed and operates at DHS Secure level
Secure workstations and VTC

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Vehicles

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Accommodations for Homeland Security vehicles within a secured Service Yard Power shorelines and designated parking spaces Carport protection from the elements (future)

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Furniture/Workstations/Raised Floor

Workstation

Office Unit w/ Wardrobe

Watch Center

Wright-Line Sit/Stand

Raised Floor System

Raised Floor Access
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Personal Computers and Peripherals

Tier 1 Workstation Tier 2 Workstation

Tier 3 Workstation

Watch Center Rack Mounted PCs
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Collaboration Portal

Remote users require access to information, reports, and updates from the DVIC. A secure Web Collaboration Portal provides a means to display real-time/near real-time information Fuses internal and external data feeds from various applications Provides a set of collaboration tools

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Intelligence and Analysis Tools

Support data mining, advanced analytics, deconfliction, information sharing
Operate in a networked environment to allow users to analyze and collaborate Discover patterns, trends, associations, and hidden networks.

Identifies connections, patterns and trends in complex data sets

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Geographic Information System (GIS)

A scalable platform for geospatial analysis, fusion and visualization
Ability to acquire, process and present data from a variety of sources, including near real-time data from sensors Intuitive and productive mobile applications for field use.

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Incident Management System

Track Regional events, incidents and resources  Provide a Common Operating Picture for the region.

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Integrated Video System

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Integrate, compile, and manage a potential of tens of thousands of remote video sources Traffic cams Maritime cams Security Cams

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Updates & Next Steps
Timeline

9-7-2010

US DHS HQ Intel Analyst assigned to DVIC
Formal fusion center designation

10-1-2010

Phase II Refinements / Phase III Implementation begins Facility Lease approved DVIC Cell Activated Phila PD / Federal agencies occupy space

4-5-2011 7-15-2011

12-31-2011

Co-locate Phila PD Assets into DVIC Center
DVIC Cell transferred to Center

Full Operations Begin
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DVIC Program Overview
DVIC PHASE I
- Requirements Analysis - Cost Estimates
4 mo.

DVIC PHASE II
- Detailed Designs - Prelim. Implementation Plans

4 mo.

DVIC PHASE IIIa (Rapid Deployment)
- Independent of Phase II Designs - Continued Program Support and Early Construction Administration 1-2 mo. - Advanced A&E Services (Construction Design) - Early Advanced Apps Development (Lab) - Intel Cell Deployment
6 mo.

DVIC PHASE IIIb (Establish IOC)
- Dependent on Phase II Designs - Construction Administration - Facility Outfitting - Commodity IT Infrastructure Deployment 1-2 mo. - Advanced Apps and Solutions Deployment - Acceptance Testing - Training - Support
6 mo.

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Recent Activities/Total Funding

PHASE I - Implementation Assessment & Cost Analysis — Design plan and financial map for start-up — Vendor selected by DVIC Managing Board — Completed November 2009
FY2006 HSGP/UASI FY2007 HSGP/UASI FY2007 TSGP FY2007 PSGP FY2007 PSGP MATCH $ 300,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $ 666,667

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FY2008 HSGP/UASI
FY2009 HSGP/UASI

$1,000,000
$1,425,000


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FY2009 PSGP
FY2009 PSGP MATCH

$1,000,000
$ 333,334

FY2010 HSGP/UASI
FY2010 TSGP

$ 365,000
$ 800,000 $11,890,001
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TOTAL

Third Party Partnerships

Federal Regulations 44 CFR PART 13

Third party in- kind contributions represent property or services which benefit a federally assisted project or program and which are contributed by non- Federal third parties without charge to the grantee, or a cost- type contractor under the grant agreement Applies to allowable costs incurred by the grantee Includes allowable costs borne by non- Federal grants or by others cash donations from non- Federal third parties

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Tax deductible - PHMC, Program Fiduciary Agent, Nonprofit
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Contacts

Captain Walt Smith — Commanding Officer, Philadelphia Police Department, Homeland Security Unit — Chairperson, SE PA RTF Law Enforcement Subcommittee — 215-685-1170, 1171 — Police.CO_Dom_Prep@phila.gov
Joe Liciardello — Project Co-lead — 215-717-5807 (office) — Joseph.liciardello@hq.dhs.gov

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