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					Missouri Emergency Resource &
      Information System
           (MERIS)


      “Statewide Deployment”
            Project Overview
                        Vision

     Provide the State with a platform that can be used
        to meet the needs today, and in the future,
       for all jurisdictions to be able to participate in
planning, managing, maintaining, executing response and
 recovery operations with common operating systems that
      provide near real-time situational awareness and
   synchronization of actions relating to emergencies and
                             disasters.
           What is MERIS?

- Hospital Tracking                    Asset Management
- Directories & Personnel Management     - Asset classifications
- Credentialing                           - Integration with existing
- Volunteer Management                   systems
- Computer Aided Dispatch & AVL
- Incident Management
- Medical Incident Tracking
- GIS
- WEB EOC
- STARRS RR/ET
- MSHP CAD
- Crystal Reports
                     Project Overview
User Expectations

   It is expected that the MERIS platform will be a NIMS compliant, web-based tool
   that will be used both on-line, and in some cases off-line, and offers:

    –   Event management regardless of scope and scale,
    –   A common operating picture,
    –   Support for private and public resource and asset management functions,
    –   Integrated credentialing tools,
    –   Minimization of redundant data input,
    –   Geo-mapping options with an information link to a data warehouse,
    –   Templates for planning, operations resource, finance and intelligence functions,
    –   Reports for current situation to include real-time weather and weather forecasting
        tools

   This platform will provide a seamless tool for a unified approach for multiple
   jurisdictions conducting simultaneous operations during response and
   recovery to emergencies and disasters.
          (MERIS)

Concept of Operations Workshops
What is a Concept of Operations
          Workshop?


 It is a workshop to define the capabilities
     of MERIS and determine in a group
  setting the methods for implementation
      of the system to your organization.
Concept of Operations Workshop
                        Agenda
    •   Intro & Welcome

    •   MERIS Statewide Project Overview
         –   Vision & Goals

    •   Identification and Purpose of Stakeholder Group

    •   Rapid Response Portal Overview
         –   Capabilities
         –   Collaboration
         –   Directory of Services

    •   E-Team Overview
         –   Situational Awareness
               •   Events
               •   Agency
         –   Resource Management
         –   Information & Intel Sharing
         –   Exercises

    •   Departmental Concept of Operation for MERIS
         –   Who will use MERIS
         –   How will you use the system
         –   Recommendations on roll out specific to your Department
                                Workshops to be
                                  Conducted
1.    EM
      •    Operations (Response community)
      •    Asset Management
      •    Donations/Volunteers
2.    Credentialing
3.    LE/Intel
4.    Fire/Mutual Aide
5.    Private Sector
6.    MED/Health
7.    GIS/Mapping/CIS
8.    CBRNE
9.    Policy
10.   Training

Schedule as stand alone………………..

1.    IT – Larry Lueckenhoff
      •    Integration point workshops tentatively Jan 4, 2007
2.    School Safety – Paul Fennewald & Safe Schools Work Group – (To Be determined)
                  Workshop Guidance
•   A Lead Stakeholder organization is identified for each workshop. Each Organization
    designated as a Lead Stakeholder will also serve on the MERIS Steering Workgroup.

•   Core stakeholders have been identified but this list is not all inclusive and Lead
    Stakeholders have the latitude to invite others as appropriate to the workshops.

•   Lead Stakeholders are encouraged to contact their core stakeholders for each workshop to
    provide follow up for attendance and will coordinate with Office of Homeland Security for
    rescheduled dates if needed.

•   We want to be inclusive of attendee, but time availability and workshop size may prohibit
    everyone we would like to attend. We will involve partnership Associations such as
    RHSOC Chairs, MEPA, Sheriffs Associations etc. They will assist us in considering the
    requirements of the organizations they represent.

•   If a workshop’s attendance does not support the date shown on the schedule, there are
    alternate dates available, but we are restricted to the dates shown on slides 11,12 & 13.

•   The workshop discussion topics shown on the slides are to generate some initial thoughts.
    This list is not all inclusive. During the workshops, stakeholders will have the opportunity
    to add topics to the discussions.
                    Scheduling
           Dates

– Jan 9
   • 9:00 – EM Operations
   • 1:00 – Asset Management
– Jan 10
   • 9:00 – Donations/Volunteers
   • 1:00 – Credentialing
– Jan 11
   • 9:00 – Law Enforcement/Intel
   • 1:00 – Fire & Mutual Aid
– Jan 12
   • 9:00 - Private Sector
                       Scheduling
           Dates

– Jan 24
   • 9:00 – Training
– Jan 29
   • 9:00 – CBRNE
   • 9:00 – Asset Management
   • 1:00 – GIS/Mapping/CIS
– Jan 30
   • 9:00 – Med/Health
   • 1:00 – Policy
– Jan 31
   • 9:00 – Alternate 7
                                Scheduling
Dates/Times                       Lead Stakeholder          - Location

 Jan 9
 9:00 – EM Operations             SEMA, Steve Moody         – SEMA SEOC
 1:00 – Asset Management          SEMA, Randy Scrivner      – SEMA SEOC

 Jan 10
 9:00 – Donations/Volunteers      SEMA, Dante Gliniecki     – SEMA SEOC
 1:00 – Credentialing             OHS, David Finch          – SEMA SEOC

 Jan 11
 9:00 – Law Enforcement/Intel     MSHP, Bruce Clemonds      - Fire Safety Ofc
                                  MIAC, Van Godsey

 1:00 – Fire & Mutual Aid         DFS, Greg Carrell         - Fire Safety Ofc

 Jan 12
 9:00 - Private Sector            MOP3, William F. Lawson   - IBM Center
                               Scheduling
Dates/Times                      Lead Stakeholder       - Location

Jan 24
     9:00 - Training             SEMA, Jim Charrier     - IBM Center
                                 OHS, Alan Garrison     - IBM Center

Jan 29
     9:00 – CBRNE                MERC, Bob Dopp         -IBM Center
     9:00 – Asset Management     SEMA, Randy Scrivner   -Dept Of Conservation
     1:00 – GIS/Mapping/CIS      OHS, David Finch       - IBM Center

Jan 30
     9:00 – Med/Health           DHSS, Nancy Bush       - IBM Center
     1:00 – Policy               DPS, Brian Jamison     -Truman State Ofc Bldg

Jan 31
     9:00 – Alternate 7
Map for SEMA
Map for IBM
Map for Fire Safety
                              Contacts
• Project Manager – Larry Lueckenhoff, Assistant Director of
  Information Division, MSHP, (573) 526-6201
  Larry.Lueckenhoff@mshp.dps.mo.gov


• Project Action Officer – Alan Garrison, Special Assistant,
  Office of Homeland Security, (573) 526-2178
  alan.garrison@dps.mo.gov
                EM Workshop
1. Operations (Response community)
   • Situational Awareness
   • Resource Management
   • GIS/Mapping

Lead Stakeholder: SEMA

Core Stakeholders: SEMA, DPS, OHS, MEPA, MODOT, Dept of Ag,
   DHSS, DNR, MSHP, MSWP, DFS, MONG, MIAC, MERC, Dept of
   Conservation, Dept of Social Services, Public Service
   Commission, Dept of Mental Health, UASIs, MO P3 & OA
                 EM Workshop
1. Asset Management
      • Resource requesting
      • Asset Tracking
      • Vendor Asset Tracking

Lead Stakeholder: SEMA

Core Stakeholders: SEMA, OA, OHS, MEPA, MODOT, Dept of Ag,
   DHSS, DNR, MSHP, MSWP, DFS, MONG, MIAC, MERC, Dept of
   Conservation, Dept of Social Services, Public Service
   Commission, Dept of Mental Health, Mo Dept of Corrections,
   UASIs, Governor’s Disaster Recovery Partnership, MOVOAD &
   MO P3
                  EM Workshop
1. Donations/Volunteers
   • Donations Tracking
   • Volunteer
   • Credentialing

Lead Stakeholder: SEMA

Core Stakeholders: SEMA, OA, MEPA, Dept of Ag, DHSS, DNR,
   Dept of Social Services, UASIs, Governor’s Disaster Recovery
   Partnership, MOVOAD & MO P3
        Credentialing Workshop
1. Credentialing
   •   NIMS
   •   Responders
   •   Volunteers
   •   On Scene Re-entry

Lead Stakeholder: Office of Homeland Security (OHS)

Core Stakeholders: SEMA, DPS, OHS, MEPA, MODOT, Dept of Ag,
    DHSS, DNR, MSHP, MSWP, DFS, MONG, MIAC, MERC, Dept
    of Conservation, Dept of Social Services, Public Service
    Commission, Dept of Mental Health, UASIs, MO P3 & OA
             LE/Intel Workshop
1. LE/Intel
2. Case Management
3. Intel dissemination
   • CAD Integration
   • JRIES, HSIN, LEO, MULES??

Lead Stakeholder: MO State Highway Patrol (MSHP)

Core Stakeholders: SEMA, DPS, Cap Police, OHS, MSHP, MSWP,
   DFS, DNR, ATC, MONG, MIAC, MERC, MEPA, Dept of
   Conservation, TEWs & UASIs
    Fire & Mutual Aid Workshop

1. Fire/Mutual Aid


Lead Stakeholder: MO Division of Fire Safety

Core Stakeholders: DFS, Dept of Conservation, DNR, SEMA, DPS,
   Cap Police, OHS, MSHP, MSWP, MONG, MIAC, MEPA, MERC &
   UASIs
       Private Sector Workshop
1. Situational Awareness
2. Vendor Assets


Lead Stakeholder: MO Private Public Partnership (MO P3)

Core Stakeholders: Mo P3, UASIs, MEPA, SEMA, Governor’s
   Disaster Recovery Partnership, MOVOAD & MO Dept of Econ
   Development.
          Med/Health Workshop
1. EM Systems
   • Hosp Reporting
   • Syndromic surveillance
   • Med Incident Reporting

Lead Stakeholder: DHSS

Core Stakeholders: SEMA, DPS, OHS, MEPA, Dept of Ag, DHSS,
   DNR, MSHP, MSWP, DFS, MONG, MIAC, MERC, Dept of
   Conservation, Dept of Social Services, Dept of Mental Health,
   UASIs & MO P3
   GIS/Mapping/CIS Workshop
1. GIS/Mapping/CIS
   • Packaging of Services
   • Translation of information into deliverables

Lead Stakeholder: Office of Homeland Security (OHS)

Core Stakeholders: MSDIS, OA, SEMA, DPS, OHS, MEPA,
   MODOT, Dept of Ag, DHSS, DNR, MSHP, MSWP, DFS, MONG,
   MIAC, MERC, Dept of Conservation, Dept of Social Services,
   Public Service Commission, Dept of Mental Health, UASIs &
   MO P3
            CBRNE Workshop
1. CBRNE
   • HSRT Response
   • HAZMAT Incident Management?

Lead Stakeholder: Missouri Emergency Response Commission

Core Stakeholders: MERC, DFS, DNR, SEMA, DPS, Dept of
   Conservation, Cap Police, OHS, MSHP, MSWP, MONG, MIAC,
   MEPA & UASIs
              Policy Workshop
1. Policy
   • Administration
   • Event Management
   • State Mutual Aid
Lead Stakeholder: DPS

Core Stakeholders: HSAC Members, SEMA
            Training Workshop
1. Training
   • Train the Trainer
   • End User Training
   • Computer Based Training
Lead Stakeholder: SEMA/OHS

Core Stakeholders: SEMA, DPS, OHS, MEPA, MODOT, Dept of Ag,
   DHSS, DNR, MSHP, MSWP, DFS, MONG, MIAC, MERC, Dept of
   Conservation, Dept of Social Services & UASIs
                  Workshop Data
1. Each Workshop will provide data that will be used for integration,
   configuration and population of MERIS.

2. It is important to be mindful that we won’t be changing the
   contractual services of the statewide deployment of MERIS.

3. We hope to gain an operational understanding of who will use the
   system in your organizations as well as how you will best use it.

4. This could result in you making changes to operational procedures
   for your organization in your emergency operations plans.
         MERIS Steering Workgroup
•   The MERIS Steering Workgroup will support the statewide deployment and
    address issues that would involve recommendations to the Homeland
    Security Coordinator or Advisor (as appropriate) on overarching operational
    issues that are discovered during this process. It is not anticipated that we
    will have a meeting schedule unless issues arise.

•   The MERIS Steering Workgroup members include:
     –   DPS
     –   SEMA
     –   OHS
     –   MSHP
     –   Div Of Fire Safety
     –   MO Private Public Partnership (MO P3)
     –   DHSS
     –   MERC
                              Contacts
• Project Manager – Larry Lueckenhoff, Assistant Director of
  Information Division, MSHP, (573) 526-6201
  Larry.Lueckenhoff@mshp.dps.mo.gov


• Project Action Officer – Alan Garrison, Special Assistant,
  Office of Homeland Security, (573) 526-2178
  alan.garrison@dps.mo.gov