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									     National Capital Region
Exercise Training and Operations
              Panel
 Funding Priorities/Goals, Training
   Opportunities, and Exercises.
           October 16, 2008
                           Agenda

• What is ETOP

• Funding Priorities/Goals - ETOP’s Five Year Program Plan

• Requesting Funds

• ETOP’s Liaisons to RESF’s

• NCR Key Events (Out to June 09)
   – Exercises
   – Training Events




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                            What is ETOP
Under the direction of the Senior Policy Group (SPG) and the Chief Administrative
Officers (CAO), the Exercise and Training Operations Panel (ETOP) is comprised of
representatives from the respective NCR state and local jurisdictions.


ETOP is the driving force behind regional collaboration and both short-term and
long-range planning for exercise and training initiatives within the NCR.
These training initiatives are targeted at the homeland security partners in the NCR,
whether governmental or non-governmental, paid or volunteer.


ETOP also serves as the advisory committee to the SPG and CAO to provide
recommendations, subject matter expertise and overall guidance for exercise and
training projects in the NCR.




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                             What Occurs

• Attempt to coordinate the training and exercise activities from all jurisdictions
  residing in the National Capital Region in order to improve operations,
  coordination, and synchronization.

• Support the Training and Exercise Consortium (TEC).

• The slides from each month’ s TEC meeting will be posted on the ETOP
  website: http://ncrportal.mwcog.org/sites/rpwg_etop/default.aspx

• During the monthly TEC meeting we will review the calendar, provide an
  overview of the identified events, discuss new events and long range
  planning, and develop possible resolutions to any event scheduling conflicts.




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                   Document Web Postings

•   NCR Training and Exercise Operational Panel Web Site
    http://extranet.mwcog.org/sites/rpwg_etop/default.aspx

•   DHS-National Exercise (NEXS) Portal – Password Required
    https://hseep.dhs.gov/

•   DHS-Lessons Learned Information Sharing Portal – Password Required
    https://www.llis.dhs.gov/

•   Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Homeland Security &
    Public Safety Homepage http://www.mwcog.org/security/

•   Homeland Security Digital Library
    https://www.hsdl.org/?auth/login&dest=redirected%26old_page%3D%2F
    render.userLayoutRootNode.uP

•   FEMA-Office of National Capital Region Coordination
    http://www.fema.gov/about/offices/ncr/index.shtm


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       ETOP’s Five Year Program Plan

Year   ETOP Chair        Discipline          Concentration        Exercises

2006      DC        Fire/Rescue/EMS,      CBRNE, NIMS,        Communications
                    Communications,         Pandemic          Drill, Pandemic
                    Health                                     Influenza Drill
2007      VA        Public Works, Law     NIMS, Response         Hurricane
                    Enforcement,          and investigation      FSE/CPX,
                    Transportation          of a terrorist     Evacuation TTX
                                              incident,            (RDD)
                                            Evacuation
2008      MD        Emergency             Mass Care, Mass      Power Outage
                    Management,               Fatality           (IED) TTX,
                    Energy, Mass Care                          Bioterror (FSE)
2009     TBD        Health,                Mass Fatality,       Mass-Transit
                    Fire/Rescue/EMS,         CBRNE            Weapons (Planes,
                    Law Enforcement                            Trains, Cargo)
2010     TBD        Public Information,    Resource and             TBD
                    Emergency                Logistics
                    Management,




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                     Requesting Funds

Step 1: Go to the ETOP website
http://extranet.mwcog.org/sites/rpwg_etop/default.aspx

Step 2: Look under the ETOP Documents box and click the
Process for Requesting ETOP funding hyperlink

Step 3: Look under the ETOP Documents box and click the Project
Management Plan (PMP) Templates

Step 4: Work within your R-ESF to fill out the PMP template

Step 5: Have the PMP approved by your R-ESF Chair

Step 6: Submit to ETOP




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                              ETOP’s Liaisons to RESF’s

•   #1Transportation Jamie Quarrelles             Jamie.Quarrelles@dc.gov
•   #2 Communications Infrastructure              Phil Raum philip.raum@montgomerycountymd.gov
•   #3 Public Works & Engineering - Water & Wastewater/Waste & Debris Management
            Mark Penn Mark.Penn@alexandriava.gov
•   #4, #9, #10 Fire, Technical Rescue, HAZMAT                Michael Clemens
            Michael.clemens@montgomerycountymd.gov
•   #5 Information & Emergency Planning Management Bob Griffin rpgriffin@arlingtonva.us
•   #6 Mass Care         Vacant
•   #7 Resource Support              Rob Hiltner     rhiltner@loudoun.gov
•   #8 Health, Mental Health & Medical Services                            Vacant
•   #11 Food             Michael Guditus          Michael.Guditus@fairfaxcounty.gov
•   #12 Energy           Aldo Davila              aldo.davila@vdem.virginia.gov
•   #13 Law Enforcement              Elliott Grollman          Elliott.Grollman@dhs.gov
•   #14 Long Term Community Recovery              Ronnie Gill              ronald.gill@dc.gov
•   #15 External Affairs             Donald Amos              Donald.Amos@vdem.virginia.gov
•   #16 Donation & Volunteer Management           Joe Henderson            jhenderson@mema.state.md.us
•   Critical Infrastructure Protection RPWG Aldo Davila Aldo.Davila@vdem.virginia.gov
•   Department of Defense            Donald Amos              Donald.Amos@vdem.virginia.gov
•   Joint Federal Committee          Donald Amos              Donald.Amos@vdem.virginia.gov
•   Training & Exercise Consortium                Donald Amos              Donald.Amos@vdem.virginia.gov




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             National Capital Region
   Training and Exercise Consortium




  NCR Key Events
  (Out to June 09)



Refer to Long-Range Calendar




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                    October 2008 Events

•   Fire Prevention Month: October 1-31
•   Arlington County Facilitation Workshop: Fall (TBD)
•   Anniversary of NCR Sniper Shootings: October 2-24
•   Medical Needs Shelter Exercise: October 7
•   Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank: October 10-13
•   JFHQ-NCR Table Top Exercise: October 16
•   Potomac River Spill Water Supply Partners’ Response Tabletop
    Exercise: October 21
•   NCR Emergency Preparedness Council Senior Leader Seminar:
    October 21
•   FEMA Region III Operation Hotwire FE: October 23
•   Marine Corps Marathon: October 26
•   Exercise Capital Shield 09: October 27-30
•   NCR Bio-Notification Exercise: October 28
•   Collaborative Multiagency Exercise: October 30
•   Virginia Communications FSE: October/November (TBD)

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            November-December 2008 Events

•   Virginia Communications FSE: October/November (TBD)
•   Election Day: November 4
•   Arlington/Alexandria Dispensing Exercise: November 8
•   Loudoun County CodeFlu 08: November 8
•   Veteran’s Day: November 11
•   Exercise Vigilant Shield 09: November 12-18
•   Exercise Vigilant Guard: November 13-18
•   Exercise Autumn Fox 08: November 13
•   Virginia FluEx 08: November 20-21
•   JFHQ-NCR Table Top Exercise: November 24
•   Thanksgiving: November 27
•   Winter Preparedness Week: November 30-December 6
•   JFHQ-NCR Table Top Exercise: December 3
•   JFHQ-NCR Table Top Exercise: December 9
•   JFHQ-NCR Table Top Exercise: December 11
•   JFHQ-NCR Table Top Exercise: December 18
•   Christmas: December 25

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                   January-June 2009 Events

•   New Year’s Day: January 1
•   MLK Birthday: January 19
•   Presidential Inauguration: January 20
•   NCR Training and Exercise Planning Workshop (January / February TBD)
•   President’s Day: February 16
•   Naval District of Washington ATFP Exercise: February 23-27
•   Anniversary of World Trade Center Bombing: February 26
•   Anniversary of Madrid Train Bombing: March 11
•   Anniversary of Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack: March 20
•   Joint State Funeral Training: April 15-24
•   Anniversary of Virginia Tech Shooting: April 16
•   Anniversary of Waco Hostage Seize Ending/Murrah Building Bombing: April 19
•   Anniversary of Columbine High School Shooting: April 20
•   Northern Virginia Emergency Response System FSE: May 2 (T)
•   Command, Control and Communications Vehicle Rally: May 7
•   Memorial Day: May 25
•   Vigilant Accord: June
•   Eagle Horizon 2009: June 17
•   Ardent Sentry 09: June 18-24

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                  National Capital Region
        Training and Exercise Consortium




Exercises Pertinent to R-ESF 12




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                                   Operation Hotwire FE

   WHAT: FEMA Region III Operation Hotwire FE
   DATE / TIME: October 23
   LOCATION: FEMA Region III EOCs
   PARTICIPANTS: FEMA Region III States, FEMA, DHS, DOE, Army Corp of
      Engineers
   PURPOSE: Long-term management of a power outage
   Milestones:
        May 20 10:00 am:          Initial Planning Conference
        July 14 10:00 am:         Mid Planning Conference
        Sept 22 10:00 am:         Final Planning Conference
       – Oct 23:                   Exercise
       – Dec 4:                    After Action Review Conference




POC: Don Amos
W: Donald.Amos@vdem.virginia.gov                                        14
                          Virginia COMMEX

    WHAT: COMMEX
    DATE / TIME: October/November (TBD)
    LOCATION: Statewide
    PARTICIPANTS: VEOC, Localities, RACES/ARES
    PURPOSE: Test Statewide WebEOC and communications path




POC: Hampton Hart
W: (804) 897-6500 x6593                                      15
          National Capital Region
Training and Exercise Consortium




   Training




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               SURVEILLANCE DETECTION TRAINING FOR COMMERCIAL
                INFRASTRUCTURE OPERATORS AND SECURITY STAFF

WHO: This course is designed for commercial infrastructure operators and security staff.
          Level of training: Planning/Management
WHAT: No Cost Training Opportunity
WHEN: October 28,29 and 30, 2008; Registration closes October 23, 2008;
          Classes begin: 0830 - 1630 each day
          Capstone Exercise [last day]: 0830 -1730
          Lunch on your own.
WHERE: National Harbor Project ~ 251 Mariner Passage ~ National Harbor, Prince Georges,
   MD 20745. Pay your own parking in local garage: $1.00 per. hour
COURSE OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this three day course participants will have the knowledge and skills for:
developing and applying comprehensive plans which include the fundamentals of Surveillance
Detection, identify mitigating risks, recognition indicators of imminent attack, skills to apply
protective measures to detect and deter potential threats to critical infrastructure and key resources
(CI/KR).
The students will learn to apply additional skills such as: Vulnerability and Red Zone Analysis,
Surveillance Detection, Observation and Reporting during practical hands on learning exercises
throughout the course.

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                     NCR NIMS Training

Manassas Park
ICS-300/400: October 6, 14, 20 & 27

Montgomery County
ICS-300/400: October 11, 18, November 8 & 15

Loudoun County
ICS-300/400: November 15, 16, 22 & 23; 17-20

Fairfax County
ICS-300/400: November 10, 12, 18 & 19




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                   NCR WebEOC Training

WebEOC User: October 8; November 12, 13, 18; December 2, 11

WebEOC Refresher: October 15, 21, 22; November 19, 27; December 9

WebEOC Administrator: October 14

http://weblearningit.com/webeoc/index.php




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                               Training Opportunities:
                                 DC HSEMA Courses
WHO: NCR Personnel
WHAT: No Cost Training Opportunity
WHEN: Refer to following website: http://www.dcema.dc.gov
WHERE: Refer to following website: http://www.dcema.dc.gov

Courses Offered
     Web EOC User Training                          Web EOC Refresher
     October 8, November 12                         October 22, November 19
     9 am - 3 pm                                    9 am - 3 pm
     HSEMA - EOC 2nd Floor - 2720 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, SE Washington, DC
     Point of Contact:
     Leslie Harrison (202) 481-3057  Email: Leslie.Harrison@dc.gov




POC: Ms. Leslie Harrison, DC HSEMA
Email: Leslie.Harrison@dc.gov                                                        20
                      Training Opportunities:
                          MEMA Courses
WHO: NCR Personnel
WHAT: No Cost Training Opportunity
WHEN: Refer to following website: http://www.mema.state.md.us/calendar/index.asp
WHERE: Refer to following website: http://www.mema.state.md.us/calendar/index.asp

Courses Offered :
      – ICS 300/400, October 20-23, Baltimore
      – NEW: EOC Management and Operations, October 20-21,
        Gaithersburg
      – Preparedness and Response to Agricultural Terrorism, October 21-
        23, Bethesda
      – NEW: Senior Officials Workshop for WMD/Terrorism Incident
        Preparedness, November 3, Cheltenham
      – Computer Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO)
        Train-the-Trainer, December 16-18, Bethesda
POC: Erin Valentine
W: 410-517-3648                                                                 21
                             Training Opportunities:
                                  VDEM Courses
WHO: NCR Personnel
WHAT: No Cost Training Opportunity
WHEN: Refer to following website: http://www.vaemergency.com
WHERE: Refer to following website: http://www.vaemergency.com
Courses Offered:
     – Campus Preparedness Planning Workshop: October 14 (Richmond)
     – Exercises and Training Adjunct Instructor Workshop: October 15 (Richmond)
     – ICS-300 Intermediate Incident Command System (ICS):October 20-21 (Winchester);
       December 9-10 (Frederick County)
     – Coordinator’s Briefings: October 30 (Blacksburg); November 5 (Hampton); 19 (Staunton)
     – Emergency Operations Center Management and Operation: November 12-14 (Henrico
       County); March 24-26, 2009 (Fairfax County)
     – WebEOC Training for Localities: November 13 (Culpeper); December 4 (Richmond)
     – Rapid Assessment Workshop: November 14 (Henrico County; January 15, 2009
       (Culpeper);March 26, 2009 (Fairfax County)
     – Incident Command System / Emergency Operations Center Interface: November 18
       (Henrico County); January 21, 2009 (Fairfax County); February 11, 2009 (Warren County)

POC: Mr. Aldo Davila, VDEM
W: (703) 986-9983                                                                           22
                             Training Opportunities:
                                  VDEM Courses
WHO: NCR Personnel
WHAT: No Cost Training Opportunity
WHEN: Refer to following website: http://www.vaemergency.com
WHERE: Refer to following website: http://www.vaemergency.com
Courses Offered:
     – Recovery from Disaster: The Local Government Role : November 20-21 (Henrico
       County); March 10-11, 2009 (Richmond)
     – Incident Command System Train-the-Trainer Workshop: December 2-3 (Charlottesville)
     – HSEEP Mobile Course: December 8-10 (Fairfax County)
     – Training and Exercise Planning Workshop: January 2009 – TBD (Richmond)
     – Mass Fatalities Incident Response: January 27-28, 2009 (Richmond)
     – Basic Public Information Officer: March 4-6, 2009 (Fairfax County)
     – ICS-400 Advanced ICS: March 17-18, 2009 (Frederick County); April 28-29, 2009
       (Richmond); June 25-26, 2009 (Chesterfield County)
     – Principles of Emergency Management: April 21-23, 2009 (Richmond)
     – Mitigation Planning Workshop for Local Governments: June 2-3, 2009 (Fairfax County);
       September 15-17, 2009 (Richmond)

POC: Mr. Aldo Davila, VDEM
W: (703) 986-9983                                                                             23
                       WMD Complexities - Responder




POC: Beverly Tolbert
W: Beverly.Tolbert@gwumc.edu                          24
                     NCR ESF-6 Disaster Kitchen Training
•   WHAT: NCR ESF-6 Disaster Kitchen Training
•   DATE / TIME: October 18-19
•   LOCATION: Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church
•   PARTICIPANTS: Personnel involved in providing disaster feeding and food related
    services
•   PURPOSE: To build human resource capacity for emergency response for feeding
    and food services
•   Courses to be offered include:
      –   Disaster Kitchen Training
      –   Mass Care II (Advanced Mass Care)
      –   ERV: Mobile Feeding Workshop
      –   Serving People w/Disabilities Following a Disaster




For more information visit: www.arcncrc.org
POC: Questions - Willie Clark: wclark@arlingtonredcross.org   Registration: Ken Briggs: kbriggs@arlingtonredcross.org   25
                         Active Shooter Train the Trainer

    WHAT: Active Shooter Training (2-day Train the Trainer)
    DATE / TIME: Fall 2008 (Oct 16,17 / Oct 23,24 / Nov 6,7 / Nov 13,14). All training
      days are 0800-1700 hrs.
    LOCATION: Montgomery County Police Training Academy (9710 Great Seneca
      Hwy, Rockville, Md. 20850)
    PARTICIPANTS: NCR local L.E. agencies
    PURPOSE: This two-day training event is designed to provide L.E. trainers with
      ideas, information, and skills to utilize in training officers from their jurisdictions
      in tactical response to active shooters. (5) two-day training sessions will be
      offered on the dates listed above.




POC: Lt. Phil Raum (Mont. Co. PD)
W: 240-876-2206                                                                                 26
                 Supply Unit, Ordering Manager, and
                Receiving/Distribution Manager Class
    WHAT: Supply Unit, Ordering Manager, and Receiving/Distribution
      Manager Class
    DATE / TIME: October 21-23
    LOCATION: McLean, VA- hosted by NCR-IMT
    PARTICIPANTS: IMT Members
    PURPOSE: The class will follow the NWCG curriculum for S-356, J-252,
      and J-253. We have required the contractors to include all-hazards
      examples and exercises in the program. Space is limited.



        NCR-IMT anticipates conducting a Facilities Unit Leader (including
        Base/Camp Manager) and Ground support Unit Leader class in
        November and a Logistics Section Chief class in December


POC: Joel Hendelman
E-Mail: jhendelman@fairfax.gov                                               27
              Hospital Security Preparedness Training

    WHAT: Hospital Security Preparedness Training
    DATE / TIME: Nov 3-6; Dec 1-4
    LOCATION: Washington Hospital Center
    PARTICIPANTS: Hospital Protective Services
    OVERVIEW: HSP is a unique course for Hospital Protective Services. This four-
      day immersion course uses hands-on training, live drills and classroom
      instruction from instructors who have extensive security and counterterrorism
      experience.
    PURPOSE: Learn how to effectively handle all threats pertaining to the Hospital
      Security Officer, from routine situations to mass casualty incidents and
      terrorist attacks against the facility.




POC: Ricardo Tappan
W: (202) 877-4468                                                                     28
             Emergency Medical Services Operations
                 and Planning for WMD Events




POC: Beverly Tolbert
W: Beverly.Tolbert@gwumc.edu                         29
             NCR ESF-6 Leadership Training Conference
•   WHAT: NCR ESF-6 Leadership Training Conference
•   DATE / TIME: November 13-16
•   LOCATION: Red Cross National Headquarters – Washington, DC
•   PARTICIPANTS: Personnel involved in providing disaster related services in Mass Care, Human Services,
    Volunteer Management, Disaster Health and Disaster Mental Health, including participants involved in ESF-6,
    8, 11, 14 & 16 within and across NCR Jurisdictions
•   PURPOSE: To build human resource capacity for emergency response for ESF-6, 8, 11, 14 and 16 partners.
•   Courses to be offered include:
      –   Collaborating to Ensure Effective Service Delivery                 Fundamentals of Disaster Assessment
      –   "Pre-Act Leaders" -- LSS -- for faith-based leaders                Critical Incident Stress Management - Crisislink
      –   Prepare 2 Care" – faith community members in disaster relief       Fundamentals of Disaster Operations Management
      –   Caring for Pets During Disasters                                   Shelter Operations
      –   Preparing Families & Communities for Pets In Disaster – HSUS       Disaster Kitchen Supervision
      –   Foundations of Disaster Mental Health                              Health Response Workshop
      –   Serving People With Disabilities                                   Working With Total Diversity
      –   Disaster Mental Health: An Overview                                Psychological First Aid
      –   Financial & Statistical Information Management                     Client Assistance System (CAS) Workshop
      –   Emergency Operations Center/Incident Command Liaison               Emergency Support Function #6 Workshop
      –   Mass Care II (Advanced Mass Care)                                  Mass Casualty Disasters
      –   Supervision In Disaster                                            Hold The Fort
      –   Service Delivery Site Management                                   Staff Services Workshop
      –   Weapons of Mass Destruction/Terrorism: An Overview                 Client Assistance System (CAS) Workshop
      –   Disaster Fundraising: Preparing and Responding                     Life Safety and Asset Protection (LSAP) Works
      –   In-Kind Donations Workshop                                         Disaster Instructor Specialty Training
      –   Disaster Public Affairs: The Local Response                        Disaster Public Affairs: The National Response



For more information visit: www.arcncrc.org
POC: Questions - Willie Clark: wclark@arlingtonredcross.org      Registration: Ken Briggs: kbriggs@arlingtonredcross.org    30
                      Training Opportunities:
                 American Red Cross - NCA Courses
WHO: Public
WHAT: No Cost Training Opportunities
WHEN: Refer to following website:
  http://www.redcrossnca.org/Online/disaster_registration.php
WHERE: Refer to following website:
  http://www.redcrossnca.org/Online/disaster_registration.php
Courses Offered:
    –   DAT Training Camp
    –   Fulfilling Our Mission: Translating Compassion into Action
    –   Community Services Overview
    –   Shelter Operations
    –   Disaster Mental Health Overview
    –   Fundamentals of Disaster Assessment
    –   Logistics Overview
    –   Public Affairs in Disaster
    –   Collaborating to Ensure Effective Service Delivery
    –   Psychological First Aid
    –   Serving People w/Disabilities Following a Disaster
    –   Mass Casualty Disasters
    –   Weapons of Mass Destruction/Terrorism: An Overview



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                  Independent Study Courses
•   FEMA’s Independent Study Program offers courses that support the nine
    mission areas identified by the National Preparedness Goal: Incident
    Management, Operational Planning, Disaster Logistics, Emergency
    Communications, Service to Disaster Victims, Public Disaster Communications,
    Integrated Preparedness, and Hazard Mitigation
     – Go to http://www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/
     – Enrollment: Official enrollment in the courses is limited to United States (US)
        residents with a US deliverable postal address including APO and FPO
        addresses.
•   Sample Courses.
     – IS-100a Introduction to Incident Command System, I-100 (Information located
        on website). Go to http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS100A.asp
     – IS-200a ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, I-200
        (Information located on website). Go to:
        http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS200A.asp
     – IS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction. Go to:
        http://www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is700.asp
     – IS-800B National Response Framework (NRF), An Introduction. Go to:
        http://www.training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS800b.asp
     – ESF 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13 Specific Courses


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                       Points of Contact




     Aldo Davila, VDEM: (703) 986-9983, aldo.davila@vdem.virginia.gov



ETOP Website:   http://ncrportal.mwcog.org/sites/rpwg_etop/default.aspx




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