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					NIMS Credentialing Guidelines
       Technologies for Critical
         Incident Preparedness
     Conference and Exposition
                     October 29-31, 2008
                             Chicago IL
       National Preparedness Directorate
  Federal Emergency Management Agency
Why Credentialing?

 To develop public trust that people presenting
 themselves to disaster sites are who they say they are,
 have the attributes/affiliation to provide needed
 assistance, and have authority to be there.
Authority
 Public Law 110-53 (9/11 Commission Act of 2007) requires
  FEMA to develop a Standard and written guidance on
  Credentialing


 Public Law 109-295 requires collaboration with NEMA on
  development of Credentialing
Expected Outcomes

 Critical Review of the Draft Standard
   Identify Challenges:
      What are the challenges?
      How can the challenges be resolved?


 How should the guidelines be communicated to those
  stakeholder communities that need to be Credentialed?
Future Activities
 National Mutual Aid and Credentialing Working Group
   Oversee completion of Guidelines through Federal
    Register and DHS approval process
   Oversee development of Implementation guidance as
    required


 Original NIMS Credentialing Working Group will support the
  NMAC
   Conformity Assessment
   Communications / Outreach
Guidelines Approval Process

1. ANSI-HSSP conference
2. Publish in Federal Register following FEMA DHS OMB
   review
3. Public Comment Period
4. NMAC meets to adjudicate comments
5. Submit Final Guidelines to FEMA for approval
6. Publish Final Credentialing Guidelines
Introduction to Draft
     Guidelines
       Current Process for Access Control
   Federal




State and Local                                Response/Recovery
                                                   Location

                   Currently no standardized
                    process exists for entry
   Private                 decisions




  Volunteers
State, Local, Tribal &
 Non-Government
  Organizations
State/Local Tribal Nations and Emergency
Management Assistance Compact (EMAC)
 Designation of a credentialing authority to manage functions and
  processes;
 Establish a program that will use credentialing for interstate
  mutual aid;
 Maintain a register of persons credentialed and typed;
   For entities using technology, FEMA endorses FIPS 201 to
    achieve interoperability with Federal Emergency Response
    Officials
    Federal granting agencies include conditions in grants and new
    rules to support conformance to guidelines.
Voluntary, Charitable and Not-for-Profit
Organizations
 Designation of a credentialing authority to manage
  functions and processes;
 Organizations are encouraged to seek assistance of
  respective States, Tribal and Local governments to
  ensure compliance with these guidelines:
     Assist their personnel to obtain and maintain credentials;
     Maintain a roster and/or database repository of credentialed
      persons and typed personnel;
     Train volunteers on credentialing and typing;
     For entities using technology, FEMA endorses FIPS 201 to
      achieve interoperability with Federal Emergency Response
      Officials
  Private Sector &
Critical Infrastructure/
   Key Resources
       (CI/KR)
Private Sector and Critical
Infrastructure/Key Resources
   Designation of a credentialing authority to manage functions and
    processes;
   States developing an effective, flexible CI/KR Access Control Process
    that can be quickly implemented during disaster response and recovery;
   Supporting the execution of Federal, State, Tribal and local
    responsibilities and authorities;
   Granting priorities access to CI/KR damage assessment and restoration
    resources before, during, and after an incident.
   For entities using technology, FEMA endorses FIPS 201 to achieve
    interoperability with Federal Emergency Response Officials
Federal
Federal Emergency Response
Officials (FEROs)
 Defined by this document;
 Identity trust determined under HSPD-12 which requires a
  National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) for all employees
  and contractors;


 FERO attributes to include:
     National Response Framework (NRF) Emergency Support Functions;
     National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) Sector Coordination
      Functions
     National Continuity Policy Implementation Plan (NCPIP) Essential
      Government Functions
     National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) Federal skill set
      functions
   Electronic Designation and Validation of
Federal/Emergency Response Officials (F/EROs)
                in support of
           National Preparedness
H.R. 1 Requirements & Status
Title IV of H.R. 1, the “Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007,” directs
the Administrator of FEMA to:

1.   (NLT 02 AUG 08) Develop standards for credentialing and typing Federal/Emergency Response Officials (F/ERO)

      Status: FEMA Policy memo to OMB dated June 9, 2008, defined the F/ERO standard to be HSPD-12 eligible Federal
      employees and contractors with National Response Framework (NRF), National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP), and/or
          National Continuity Policy Implementation Plan (NCPIP) responsibilities.


2.   (NLT 02 FEB 09) Establish a Federal Preparedness database system for real-time accountability and awareness

      Status:
      a. DoD has a 90K-seat pilot repository for DoD F/EROs within the National Capital Region (NCR)

      b.   FEMA has a 100K-seat pilot repository for non-DoD F/EROs within the NCR (ahead of schedule)

      c.   FEMA will provide agencies with manpower support to capture initial F/ERO enrollments within the NCR as approved by
           the agency attribute administrators and provide training for enrollment/revocation sustainment capability

      d.   F/ERO repository will be populated / managed by individual agencies leveraging HSPD 12 / FIPS 201 credentials and
           technology for real-time accountability and awareness
What is a Credentialed & Typed Person?
  A credentialed & typed person has in his/her possession
  mutually agreed upon:

      • Proof of identity

      • Proof of attribute (qualification, certification, authorization,
        privilege) or affiliation (critical infrastructure/key resources)

      • Source authorization for deployment (mission assignment,
        EMAC, mutual aid agreement, etc.)

  This can be by visual verification or FIPS 201 electronic validation to
  achieve standards-based multi-jurisdictional interoperability




                                 For Official Use Only (FOUO)               18
 Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12
(HSPD 12) Explanation
"Secure and reliable forms of identification" for purposes of this
directive means identification that:
 is issued based on sound criteria for verifying an individual employee's
    identity; is strongly resistant to identity fraud, tampering, counterfeiting, and
    terrorist exploitation; can be rapidly authenticated electronically; and
 is issued only by providers whose reliability has been established by an
    official accreditation process.

The Standard will include graduated criteria, from least secure to
most secure, to ensure flexibility in selecting the appropriate level
of security for each application


            “Federal Electronic Identity Standardization”

                                For Official Use Only (FOUO)
FIPS 201 Leveraged Technology


                  “HSPD – 12”
 Logical Access       Routine Access          Physical Access
                    and use applications


                      Emergency Access
                     and use applications




                  “Standardize Credential & Use”
F/ERO Attribute Administration
Roles & Responsibilities
1.   Attribute: The qualification, certification, authorization, and/or privilege of an individual.

2.   F/ERO: Federal/Emergency Response Official is an HSPD 12 Federal employee or contractor who is
     responsible for the execution of the NRF, NIPP, NCPIP, and/or NIMS.

3.   F/ERO Attribute: The designated categories along with the qualifications, certifications, authorizations,
     and/or privileges of a F/ERO who is responsible for the execution of the NRF, NIPP, NCPIP, and/or NIMS.

4.   F/ERO Attribute Source Authority: The authoritative source document for F/ERO attribute designations.

5.   F/ERO Attribute Administrator: The person authorized to sponsor or revoke F/ERO attributes.

6.   F/ERO Attribute Registrar: The person designated to electronically assign or revoke F/ERO attributes
     within the F/ERO Attribute Repository as authorized by the F/ERO Attribute Administrator.

7.   F/ERO Attribute Recipient: The F/ERO who has been authorized by the F/ERO Attribute Administrator to
     be enrolled for the designated F/ERO attribute.

8.   F/ERO Attribute Validation Authority: The relying official who is authorized to electronically validate the
     designated F/ERO attributes of the bearer for access permissions.
   F/ERO Enrollment & Revocation
             Process
1. Agencies designate Attribute Administrators who are responsible for sponsoring
   (approving) or revoking respective F/ERO attributes


2. Agencies identify and sponsor respective F/EROs


3. Enrollment of sponsored F/EROs into shared F/ERO Repository
    a) Post – issuance enrollment (interim solution)
    b) Credential – issuance enrollment (end-state solution)


4. Attribute Administrators are responsible for the currency or revocation of
   sponsored F/EROs within shared F/ERO Repository
Requirements for F/ERO Designator When Issuing a
Personal Identification Verification (PIV) Credential

                          Issued                     ESF 1    Transportation
                                                     ESF 2    Communications
                          2008MAY27                  ESF 3    Public Works & Engineering
                          Expires                    ESF 4    Firefighting
                                                     ESF 5    Emergency Management
                          2008SEP30                  ESF 6    Mass Care, Emergency Housing & Human Services
                                                     ESF 7    Logistics Management and Resource Support
                                                     ESF 8    Public Health & Medical Services
                                                     ESF 9    Search & Rescue
                                                     ESF 10   Oil & Hazardous Materials Response
                                                     ESF 11   Agriculture & Natural Resources
                                                     ESF 12   Energy
                                                     ESF 13   Public Safety & Security
                                                     ESF 14   Long-Term Community Recovery
                                                     ESF 15   External Affairs

                                                     Sector 1    Agriculture & Food
                                                     Sector 2    Banking & Finance
                                                     Sector 3    Chemical
                                                     Sector 4    Commercial Facilities
                                                     Sector 5    Dams
 Federal / Emergency Response Official:              Sector 6    Defense Industrial Base
          x   YES            NO                      Sector 7
                                                     Sector 8
                                                                 Emergency Services
                                                                 Energy
  When you check the “yes” box during your           Sector 9    Government Facilities
                                                     Sector 10   Information Technology
  issuance process, your Agency must determine       Sector 11   National Monuments & Icons
  what NRF, NIPP, or Continuity of Government        Sector 12   Commercial Nuclear Reactors, Materials & Waste
  category you are filling as depicted in the drop   Sector 13   Postal & Shipping
                                                     Sector 14   Public Health & Healthcare
  down boxes shown on the right.                     Sector 15   Telecommunications
                                                     Sector 16   Transportation Systems
                                                     Sector 17   Drinking Water & Water Treatment Systems
                                                     Sector 18   Critical Manufacturing
                   Reference Websites
x   Federal/Emergency Response Official (F/ERO)




                    National Response Framework (NRF) Emergency Support Functions (ESF)

                    (http://www.fema.gov/emergency/nrf)



                    National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) Sector Coordination Functions

                    (http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/NIPP_Plan.pdf)



                    National Continuity Policy Implementation Plan (NCPIP) Essential Government Functions

                    (http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2007/05/20070509-12.html)
NRF F/ERO Designator
 x   National Response Framework (NRF) Emergency Support Function (ESF)


                ESF-1 – Transportation

                ESF-2 – Communications

                ESF-3 – Public Works & Engineering

                ESF-4 – Firefighting

                ESF-5 – Emergency Management

                ESF-6 – Mass Care, Emergency Assistance Housing, & Human Services

                ESF-7 – Logistics Management & Resource Support

                ESF-8 – Public Health & Medical Services

                ESF-9 – Search & Rescue

                ESF-10 – Oil & Hazardous Materials Response

                ESF-11 – Agriculture & Natural Resources

                ESF-12 – Energy

                ESF-13 – Public Safety & Security

                ESF-14 – Long-Term Community Recovery

                ESF-15 – External Affairs



        Note:
        Check all that apply
NIPP F/ERO Designator
 x   National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) Sector Coordination Functions

                     Sector 1 – Agriculture & Food
                     Sector 2 – Banking & Finance

                     Sector 3 – Chemical
                     Sector 4 – Commercial Facilities
                     Sector 5 – Dams
                     Sector 6 – Defense Industrial Base
                     Sector 7 – Emergency Services
                     Sector 8 – Energy
                     Sector 9 – Government Facilities
                     Sector 10 – Information Technology
                     Sector 11 – National Monuments & Icons
                     Sector 12 – Nuclear Reactors, Materials & Waste
                     Sector 13 – Postal & Shipping
                     Sector 14 – Public Health & Healthcare
                     Sector 15 – Telecommunications
                     Sector 16 – Transportation
                     Sector 17 – Water
                     Sector 18 – Critical Manufacturing




             Note:
             Check all that apply
F/ERO Designation (For COOP/COG)
   x   National Continuity Policy Implementation Plan (NCPIP)
       Essential Government Function

   x   Emergency Support Function (ESF) 5 - Emergency Management



                     Continuity Of Government (COG)

                     Continuity Of Operations (COOP)

                     Operation Rendezvous (OPRON) (non-DoD NCR only)


                                           Tier -1

                                           Tier - 2

                                           Tier - 3

                                           Tier - 4

                                           Tier - 5




             Notes:
             Check all that apply
             If checking OPRON, please check one box under Tiers 1-5
OPRON Tiers 1 – 5 (non-DoD NCR                               only)

• Tier 1
   – National Continuity Team (NCT)
   – National Intelligence Liaison Emergency Staff (NILES)
   – DHS Operations Coordination / (NOC, IMPT)
   – Legislative, Judicial and Defense Emergency Staffs

• Tiers 2 and 3
   – Component/Agency Heads and Deputies
   – Chiefs of Staff, Special Assistants

• Tier 4 and 5
   – Cleared COOP Personnel from 30+ Departments and Agencies
   – Un-cleared COOP Personnel from 30+ Departments and Agencies
F/ERO Repository Architecture
                        DoD / NCRC Validated Model
  Identity Databases
        (Entity Owned)                       F/ERO eAttribute                               F/ERO Electronic
                                                Repository                                  Validation Devices
                                                    (No Personal
                Federal HSPD-12 BAE            Identifiable Information)
                  Credential*



                                  BAE                                       Identity &
                 State/Local                                               Privilege List
                   FRAC*
                                                                                                           Handheld Devices

                                  BAE
                   Private
               Sector/Volunteer                                                             Management
                                        HSPD-12 PIV or FIPS 201-interoperable
                    FRAC*                                                                     Station
                                                Credential Required
                                  BAE
                AHJ On-Scene
                   FRAC*

  *Backend Attribute Exchange (BAE):
  The end-state identity credential issuance and
                                                                                                         Guard Station
  electronic attribute management process

                                                  Post-issuance electronic
                                               Attribute Management Process
Repository Configuration Management
                                                                 F/ERO
                                                                eAttribute
                                                               Management
                                                              (NPD/NIC/IMSI)




                                                                                               Non-Federal
                                                                                             FRAC / FIPS 201
                                          Federal
                                                                                           Interstate Mutual Aid
                                     HSPD-12 / FIPS 201
  Identity Credential Prerequisite                                                          (State/Local/ Tribal
                                                                                               Private Sector
                                                                                                 Volunteer)




                                                                                    NRF                           NIPP
  Phase 1               NRF                NIPP             NCPIP
                                                                                  ESF 1 - 15                 Sector 1 – 18
                      ESF 1 - 15        Sector 1 - 18     COOP / COG
                                                                                                            CI / KR Affiliation




                   FEMA - Approved
                                                                               FEMA - Approved
  Phase 2           Federal NIMS
                                                                                   NIMS
NRF F/ERO Repository Status (sample report)
NIPP F/ERO Repository Status (sample report)




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                                                              Sector          Sector           Sector              Sector       Sector             Sector           Sector             Sector             Sector       Sector   Sector   Sector   Sector   Sector   Sector         Sector         Sector   Sector
                      (NIPP) Sectors 1-18                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Total
                                                                #1              #2               #3                  #4           #5                 #6               #7                 #8                 #9          #10      #11      #12      #13      #14      #15            #16            #17      #18
 1   Department of Defense (DoD)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0
 2   Department of Energy (DOE)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             0
 3   Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          0
 4   Department of Homeland Security (DHS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  0
 5   Department of Interior (DOI)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           0
 6   Department of Transportation (DOT)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     0
 7   Department of Treasury (TREAS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         0
 8   Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  0
 9   Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    0
10   Office of Management and Budget (OMB)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  0
11   United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         0
     Totals                                                              0                0                  0             0                   0             0                     0                  0          0          0        0        0        0        0              0              0        0        0           0
  How Should It Work?
                                    Standard enables process to include:
                                    •   State to State
    Federal                         •   State to Local
                                    •   Local to Local
                                    •   Private to Government
                                    •   Private to Private (e.g., utility companies)
                                    •   Mission Assignment

State and Local                     Paper-based, visual or FIPS 201 electronic verification to include:
                                          1. ID (2 forms if visual)
                                          2. Attribute or Affiliation
                                          3. Deployment Source Authority


    Private                                                                            Response/Recovery
                                                                                           Location
                                       RSOI

   Volunteers
                            Standardized credentialing process



                  RSOI = Receiving Staging Operations Integration
Chronological Electronic Validation (sample data)
On-Scene Human Resources (sample data)
Validated Demonstrations
 2/23/06    Winter Fox: Federal, State & Local
            Host: Pentagon
            Validation: ESF-13 (Law Enforcement) Multi- Jurisdictional Interoperability
 5/18/06    Eligible Bridge: Public & Private Sectors
            Host: George Washington University
            Validation: ESF-5 (Emergency Management) Public/Private Interoperability
 6/08/06    AT&T: Private Sector ID eAuthentication
            Host: AT&T
            Validation: ESF-2 (Communications) eAuthentication
 6/21/06    Forward Challenge: DHS ID eAuthentication
            Host: DHS
            Validation: ESF-5 COOP/COG Evacuation Visibility/Manifest Tracking
 7/20/06    Maritime Interoperability Demonstration: Public & Private Ports
            Host: US DOT
            Validation: ESF-1 (Transportation) Multi-Port Access Visibility/Tracking
 12/05/06   Capitol Shield: DoD
            Host: DC National Guard
            Validation: HSPD-12 Required Access into DoD-controlled Facility
 2/15/07    Winter Storm: Federal, State, Local, Private Sector
            Host: DoD / DHS
            Validation: multi-jurisdictional FRAC issuance Trust Model
 7/19/07    Summer Breeze: Federal, State, Local & Private Sector
            Host: DoD / DHS
            Validation: multi-jurisdictional FRAC usage Trust Model
 3/06/08    Winter Blast: Federal, State, Local & Private Sector
            Host: HHS / FEMA
            Validation: multi-jurisdictional interoperability with FIPS 201 interoperable credentials
 5/07/08    NLE 2-08: Federal
            Host: All Federal Executive Branch
            Validation: Electronic in-processing and reporting of FEMA essential government personnel
 5/15/08    Spring Blitz: Federal, State, Local & Private Sector
            Host: FEMA / Tampa Bay, Florida
            Validation: multi-jurisdictional FIPS 201 and Florida driver’s license interoperability
 7/24/08    Summer Sizzle: Federal, State, Local & Private Sector (CI/KR)
            Host: HHS / FEMA / PA / VA / GWU
            Validation: FIPS 201 multi-jurisdictional interoperability to include NRF/NIPP/NCPIP electronic attributes
 10/23/08   Autumn Rush: All Hazards Consortium (AHC) to include DE, Wash DC, MD, NC, NJ, NY, PA, VA, WV
            Host: AHC, Gettysburg, PA
            Validation : FIPS 201 validation for disaster response & driver’s license verification for hurricane re-entry and shelter-in-place


            “Proof of Standardized Process & Capability”
                                                For Official Use Only (FOUO)
 End State: Federal &
 Mutual Aid Preparedness
Incident Management:
To get the right people with the right attributes to the right places at the right times
thus reducing response/recovery times and promoting restoration to pre-incident
Quality of life conditions

Intended benefit:
Emergency response officials will possess FIPS 201 identity credentials that align
with Federal standards and enable e-Authentication of identity and disaster
response/recovery attribute information for determining access privileges

Additional benefit:
FIPS 201 identity credentials issued by respective sponsoring agencies in a
Distributed environment can be integrated into standards-based physical and logical
access systems thus eliminating proprietary solutions that can be costly to
maintain/sustain or time



                        “Federal and Non-Federal Standardization”
                                           For Official Use Only (FOUO)
              Questions?

Please submit all questions to:

FEMA-FEROSupport@dhs.gov

				
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