(HIFLD) Working Group to the Regions (HTTR)

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Homeland Infrastructure Foundation Level Data
(HIFLD) Working Group to the Regions (HTTR)

Georgia Geospatial Conference Briefing


October 18, 2012


HIFLD

Overview


HIFLD to the Regions
(HTTR)
Overview


Homeland Security Infrastructure Program
(HSIP)


Program Updates


Tools and Services



2

Presentation Agenda

Homeland Infrastructure Foundation Level
Data (HIFLD) Objective


Everyone Wants Situational
Awareness


Everyone Wants a Common
Operational Picture



3

Both Require Common Foundation Data
from Authoritative Sources

(everything has location)

Support Domestic Infrastructure Data Gathering,
Sharing and Protection, Visualization, and Spatial
Knowledge Management for Homeland Defense,
Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness,
Response and Recovery Communities

HIFLD Official Members

Over
5,200 Contributing Partners From

14 Executive Departments, 94 Agencies and 50 States



4

Homeland Infrastructure Foundation
Level Data (HIFLD) Working Group

HIFLD WG Participants

08/01/2012

1
10
100
1000
10000
4

97

63

2221

200

59

882

2

178

4

4

215

8

41

11

170

19

5

136

703

1

Total Participants:
5232

HIFLD Evolution Diagram



6



7

HIFLD Organizing Structure

HIFLD

HIFLD to the Regions

Process &

Standards

Interagency

Coordination

Teams (ICT)

Data

Rqts

Technical


HIFLD provides organization structure to:



Enhance situational awareness & support to
HLS/HD/EPR&R infrastructure protection activities


Support the information sharing environment


Share best practices


Build, enhance, and sustain Partnerships


Provide resources for approved activities



ICTs work together in partnership to:


Provide technical support to HIFLD activities


Process and standards implementation for missions/
operations


Update governing/planning documents


Develop, validate and prioritize requirements



Current HIFLD Programs promote:


Common foundation infrastructure data


Enhanced partnership/participation at the State level


Increased Awareness of Federal support, data, tools,
training and best practices


Understand / help resolve regional data and technical
requirements

Homeland Infrastructure Foundation
Level Data (HIFLD) Working Group

HIFLD to the Regions
(HTTR)

Purpose:
To focus
HIFLD
support on
assisting State
priorities, get the HSIP data
to all levels of government
and
build/strengthen federal
,
state
,
local government
and
private sector
partnerships
to
enhance regional
preparedness and response

Recent Events Supported:


Dissemination of HSIP Gold, Freedom, and Navteq
State Release


NYC 9/11
GeoSymposium


NSGIC Conference


FEMA RISC Meetings


State Fusion Center Conference


Virginia, North Dakota, and other State GIS Confs



National Level Exercise 2011


Super Bowls 2010
and 2011


Midwest flood response


2011 Hurricane season preparation and response



Ongoing and Upcoming Events:


Feedback on
HSIP
Gold, Freedom, and Navteq
State
Release


NAPSG Public Safety Summits


GITA GECCOs


National Guard JC4I Conference


2012 Super Bowl


2012 Democratic
and Republican National
Conventions


Infrastructure Data Coordination for Winter Storms, Spring
Flooding, Summer Fires, Fall Hurricanes, etc.


HIFLD to the Regions Working Groups




Program



9

Homeland Security Infrastructure Program (HSIP)

HSIP
Gold




Compilation of ~450 Vector layers
comprised of Commercial, Federal and
State level Acquisitions.



Delivers Common Operational Data to
the GEOINT Analyst.



Total number of Users:
164,000
plus





Acquire unclassified high
-
fidelity
1 meter elevation data over HSIP
133 major urban core areas of the
U.S.


5 year refresh schedule

LiDAR



Acquire unclassified high
-
resolution ortho
-
imagery
(12
inch GSD or better)

over
HSIP 133 major urban areas
of the U.S.


2 to 4
year
refresh schedule

Imagery

Approved for Official Release


NGA Case 11
-
366

Approved for Official Release


NGA Case 11
-
366


HSIP Tiger Team originated after 911 between NGA (NIMA) and USGS. (May
-

June 2002)


Key Goals Pursued


Identification of Urban Areas


Prioritization methodology


Prioritization results


Urban extents



Minimum Essential Data Sets


Urban versus National


MEDS Features and Attributes

Source: USGS

10

Approved for Public Release


NGA Case 10
-
273 (Update)

Homeland Security Infrastructure Program (HSIP)

HSIP
GOLD

2011

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

DVD 1 OF 3

Infrastructure Data

FEDERAL LEVEL

DISSEMINATION

National Geospatial
-
Intelligence Agency

Total # of Requests:
844

Total # of Supported Users:
164,801

HSIP FREEDOM

FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL

LEVEL DISSEMINATION

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

via HSIN

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

Federal Data


Commodity Data


Public Data





















Geospatial Framework

DATA FUSION


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Homeland Security,
Homeland Defense,
Emergency Preparedness,
Response and Recovery
Analysis, Planning, and
Operations

Critical
Infrastructure
Programs (National

and
Defense)

Infrastructure Mapping,
Assessments, Analysis,

and
Modeling

National Response
Framework Emergency
Support Functions

Fusion of Foreign Threat,
Domestic Threat,
Infrastructure and
Information

Crisis, Consequence, and
Disaster Management

Intelligence / Threat
Analysis

Antiterrorism
/ Force
Protection (AT/FP)

Defense
Support

to
Civil Authorities

(
DSCA)

Man
-
Made
and

Natural Hazard


Modeling and

Effects
Analysis

Government


Facilities

Management

Emergency Planning,
Response and Recovery

Training and Exercise
Support related to the
above mission areas

13%

8%

11%

7%

4%

8%

7%

5%

4%

7%

5%

12%

9%

HSIP Gold
2012
Mission Areas
08/01/2012

(*Requesters were able to make multiple selections)

Government Data
Providers (47)

Approved for Public Release
-

NGA Case 10
-
157

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)


Forest Service

U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)


U.S. Census Bureau


National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA)

U.S. Department of Defense (
DoD
)


National Geospatial
-
Intelligence Agency (NGA)


Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure
(DISDI)


Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA)


U.S. Army


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)


National Guard Bureau (NGB)


Air National Guard (ANG)


Army National Guard (ARNG)

U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)


Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy


National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL)


Office of Science


Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS)

State/Local


U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)


Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)


U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)


U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)


Office of the Border Patrol

U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)


Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)


Minerals Management Service (MMS)


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)


National Park Service

U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)


Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)


Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)


Bureau of Transportation Statistics

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)

U.S. Postal Service (USPS)

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)

Non
-
Governmental Organizations


American Red Cross (ARC)


Geospatial Multi
-
Agency Coordination



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Data



14

15

HSIP Gold
2012 Update


5 DVD Set


Approximately 25 GB of Geospatial
data


Relative Paths for all ArcGIS Layer Files (.
lyr
)


Metadata configured for use in ArcGIS 9.3x and 10x


Continue to strive for more complete FGDC compliant Metadata for all data
provided in HSIP Gold 2012

Approved for Public Release
-

NGA Case
11
-
366 (updated)



NAVTEQ Corporation

-

Transportation

-

Core Points of Interest (hotels, restaurants, gas stations etc)

-

Routing and Address matching

-

Standalone locators built for
ArcGIS

9.3 and 10.0

-

Improved data dictionary for the 3Q2011 SDC deliverable

-

SDC Definition queries and layer files that utilize Street Restrictions (such as
Hazardous Material Restrictions, Semi or Tractor Trailer Restrictions, etc…)



Ventyx

-

Electrical Energy




PLATTS

-
Oil and Natural Gas




Dun and Bradstreet (D&B)

-

Manufacturing and Business Points

HSIP Gold
2012
Commodity Data

Approved for Public Release


NGA Case 11
-
366 (updated)

Approved for Public Release
-

NGA Case
11
-
366 (updated)

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HSIP Gold Data Release & Disclosure Non
-
Emergency (NGA
Funded for NAVTEQ Data
Release


renewed for 2012
)



In support of
State Fusion Centers, EOCs, State GIS Coordinators, State
National Guard Joint Operation Centers, and State Emergency Management
Coordination

Note:
DoD Directive 5105.83 dated 05January 2011

-

State National Guard Joint Operation
Centers considered federal support




Release NAVTEQ Data to States for use in
steady,
daily operations
(non
-
emergency)



Make HSIP data more readily accessible to State Governments



Reduce restrictions on HSIP data to use/share geospatial data



Increase use of common operational data supporting the mission



Response to HIFLD WG HSIP Gold/Freedom Feedback Session




NAVTEQ Data Distribution



DVD Distribution


Request from HIFLD web site or HTTR
Reps


HSIP Gold


NAVTEQ State Release Data Licensing

Approved for Public Release


NGA Case 11
-
366 (updated)

Approved for Public Release
-

NGA Case
11
-
366 (updated)

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HSIP Gold Point of Contact (POC)* speaks
with key State and Local (S&L)
stakeholders about events and establishes
relationship with key FEMA POCs


(i.e. Hurricane Season; Spring Flooding; etc.)

HSIP Gold POC recommends that S&L
stakeholders initiate and establish HIFLD
account at www.hifldwg.org

(An IEB can assist depending on timing of incident)

HSIP Gold POC maintains awareness of
Presidential Declarations through alerts
and information channels, including:

www.fema.gov/news/disasters.fema

Once Presidential Declaration exists, HSIP
Gold POC forwards notices to S&L
stakeholders with (1) Announcement of HSIP
Gold availability and (2) Instructions for
initiating a request


(CC: Identified FEMA Regional GIS Lead or other FEMA
Representative, Regional IEB and USGS Liaison)

Once S&L confirms interest, HSIP Gold POC
provides overview the request process.

*See Sub Process*

Log onto HIFLD WG
website
(www.hifldwg.org)

Click “HSIP Gold,”
then Request tab
to begin
submission

Select
Presidential
Declaration
under ‘Affiliation’

Review ,
Complete and
Submit form
online

Watch for email, monitor Junk
Mail folder and/or add the
following emails to the approved
list: hifldwg@bah.com and
HSIP_team@nga.mil

Print, review, sign
and submit form
to identified
FEMA POC

FEMA POC prints,
reviews, signs
and submits to
NGA:
HSIP_team@nga.
mil

HSIP Gold POC provides follow up once request is processed:



Have the data disc and password arrived?



Does the data meet mission requirements?



Is there any feedback on the data?



Are they aware of HSIP Freedom and
HSIP

NAVTEQ Release
available for steady
-
state use?

* Presidential Declarations include
Major Disaster
and Emergency
Declarations

September 2011

* HSIP Gold POC Includes
: Information Exchange Brokers (IEBs),

USGS Liaisons, FEMA
Regional GIS
Leads, and NGA (HSIP_team@nga.mil)

HSIP Freedom



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Available to State and local governments


A subset of HSIP Gold; comprised of license
-
free data


Access through the
DHS Homeland Security Information
Network (HSIN) GIS
Portal
or the
USGS Hazards Data
Distribution System (HDDS)


https://government.hsin.gov
/sites/gis/default.aspx

http://hdds.usgs.gov/hdds2/

Tools and Services



20

Geospatial Information Infrastructure (GII)

What is the GII?



Investment in Hardware, Software, Data and Services for “common” geospatial
requirements across the DHS/HLS community


Built to Enterprise Architecture Technical Reference Model (TARGET ARCHITECTURE)




DHS Geospatial Tools


Purpose:


Ability to
visualize multiple data
layers from various
sources


Provides
situational awareness of threats, events
impacting infrastructure


Informs
planning, response, and recovery from all
-
hazard
events


Applications and Access:


DHS Earth


Google Earth 3D platform for intuitive user

interface, rapid
data ingest and visualization


Includes HSIP Gold data layers


Access to real
-
time, dynamic situational data
feeds


DHS OneView


Web
-
based
viewer using Bing Maps


Access with HSIN credentials


More info at
www.dhs.gov/HSIN




22



23

Homeland Defense Operational Planning
System (HOPS)


Web
-
accessible
system that
provides standardized GIS


based planning and operational
tools along with
fully integrated
CIKR web mapping services for disseminating and
exploiting high
-
hazard, high
-
impact
assessments
for use by Federal, State, regional,
local, and tribal
emergency management
and responder agencies.

https://hops.llnl.gov
/


Data

What is it?

Who can access it?

How can I access it?

What do I need?


HSIP Gold

A compilation of Common
Operational Geospatially
Enabled Base
-
Line Data to
support to Homeland
Security, Homeland Defense
and National Preparedness


Prevention, Protection,
Mitigation, Response and
Recovery mission
communities.

Data is U//FOUO.

Federal Government
Agencies.

Request DVD set
on
HIFLD site
at
https://www.hifldwg.org/hsip
-
overview
.

Requests handled by NGA.

Data is in vector format, organized in
geodatabases
.

HIFLD account.

http://www.hifldwg.org/


(
Government sponsor information is
required for anyone who is not a federal,

state or local government employee.)

State and Local
Government
Agencies
sponsored by FEMA
with a
Presidential Disaster or Emergency
Declaration.

HIFLD account.

http://www.hifldwg.org/


FEMA Sponsor

Presidential Declaration #
http://www.fema.gov/news/disasters.
fema


All Federal, State, Local, Tribal and
Territorial
Government Agencies
and
Private Sector Partners can
view when served by a password
protected Federal System
.

Access via Map Services

on the
DHS
Geospatial Information
Infrastructure (GII)
at
https://gii.dhs.gov/


“GII Services” for WMS,

REST, SOAP, API
or KML.


“DHS Earth” for Google Earth KML file.



OneView
” for web
-
based analytic
viewer.

HSIN account.
https://government.hsin.gov/default.
aspx


(No specific Community of Interest (COI)
required).

(
Government sponsor information is
required for anyone who is not a federal,

state or local government employee.)

HSIP Freedom

Subset of HSIP Gold data
that is license
-
free and does
not include the commodity
data.

Data is U//FOUO.

Federal, State, Local, Tribal and
Territorial

Government Agencies
and
Private Sector Partners
.


Download from
HSIN GIS Portal
-

HSIP Freedom Site
(instructions
online)

Requests handled by DHS.

Data is in vector format, organized in
geodatabases
.

HSIN account
with membership to the
GIS Community of Interest (COI).
https://government.hsin.gov/sites/gis
/RDC.aspx


(Government sponsor information is
required for anyone who is not a federal,
state or local government employee.)

HSIP NAVTEQ State
Release

The HSIP
-
NAVTEQ data
uplifted by NGA includes
street data, points of
interest data, and route
analysis.

Data is U//FOUO.

State
Fusion Centers
, State
Emergency Operation Centers (
EOC
),
State
GIS Coordinators
, and State
Emergency Management
Coordinators.

Request DVD set
on
HIFLD site
at
https://www.hifldwg.org/navteq

Data is in Smart Data Compression (SDC)
format.

HIFLD account.
http://www.hifldwg.org/


https://www.hsin.gov

https://www.hsin.gov


Homeland Infrastructure Foundation Level Data
(HIFLD)
Working Group


www.hifldwg.org



Homeland Security Infrastructure Program
(HSIP
)


https://
www.hifldwg.org/hsip
-
overview



Homeland Security Information Network
(HSIN)


www.dhs.gov/HSIN


Homeland Defense Operational Planning System
(HOPS
)


https://hops
-
info.llnl.gov
/





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Resources

Thank You for Your Time and Support


Questions
or Comments
? Contact:









HIFLD Working Group

Web:
www.hifldwg.org


Feedback on
HSIP Data?

http
://www.hifldwg.org/hsipfeedback


Robin Hoban

Hoban_robin@bah.com

Robin.hoban@associates.dhs.gov


O (678) 277
-
2702

M (202) 604
-
5754