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Olympic Coordination Center

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  1. A Multi-Agency Center (MAC) Planned through efforts of 2010 Security committee Jointly chaired by FBI SAC, TAG DHS appointed Federal Coordinator early (a +) OCC coleads in WA State Patrol & Whatcom Co Sheriff Funding support of WA Congressional Delegation Sited in Bellingham, WA near airport Organized along ICS structure Operations/Planning/Logistics/Admin Federal Coordinator linked to national Executives LNOs comprised largest group CoLeads developed Operations Manual Olympic Coordination Center

  2. OCC Operations • Facilities • Outside offices for Whatcom EOC and Security • Large open ‘bullpen’ for most participants • Open ‘POD” arrangement • 3 projectors for news, shift change slides, etc • Situation Awareness displays • Secure area for reciept/analysis of sensitive info • FBI mobile SCIF provided connectivity for LES • 2 conference rooms with phones/internet/projectors • LNOs from federal, state and local agencies

  3. Coordination Center Layout

  4. 5 1 WC Health 6 CORE #2 6 Fed Coordinator 1 5 PIO 2 WA Health 1 FC Staff 3 CDC 4 MANAGEMENT 5 OCC Mgr 2 Legal/RCMP 6 4 OCC Mgr 3 LNO Mgr 6 1 CORE #1 5 LNO Mgr 2 4 Finance 6 EMD 1 DOT 2 3 Finance OPERATIONS 5 OPS CH 2 CBP FO 7 3 OPS 4 OPS 6 1 SURGE #1 5 2 6 Plans 1 Plans 4 3 3 PLANNING 2 LOG CH 5 Plans Sec CH 1 8 6 4 LOG 3 LOG SURGE #2 2 5 4 6 WA NG 1 NORAD 4 ATF 3 STATE/FED/MIL 5 FEMA 1 CBP AMO 9 2 FED NGB 6 FAA STATE/FEDERAL 4 USCG 3 Navy 2 TSA OLE 5 BP 4 CBP 3 TSA OSO Bellingham Armory 253-512-8044/8045 Version 1.1 1 August 2009

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  7. OCC AGENCY LIASION STATUS Not Activated On Call Activated 3/10/2014 11:31 AM

  8. OCC AGENCY LIASION STATUS Not Activated On Call Activated 3/10/2014 11:31 AM

  9. OCC Operations, cont. • Shared systems • Principal tracker – Web EOC • WA EOC support to stand up and adminster • Local Exchange server installed and supported • Common Operating Picture • Internet access for reachback to LNO’s ‘home’ • Informal ‘across the pod’ conversations • Secure sharing • LNOs from FBI, Fusion Center, TSA and CBP in secure area • Briefings on floor for developing situations • FBI assisted other agencies access to their own systems

  10. 2010 Winter Olympics Communication and Staffing Nodes CATSA – Canadian Air Transport Security Administration CBP – US Customs and Border Protection CBSA – Canadian Border Services Agency CCG – Canadian Coast Guard CF – Canadian Forces CSIS – Canadian Security Intelligence Service DSS – Diplomatic Security Service, Department of State EMD – Washington Emergency Management Division FAA – Federal Aviation Administration FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation IBET –Integrated Border Enforcement Team IBIT – Integrated Border Intelligence Team ICE – US Immigration and Customs Enforcement ISU – Integrated Security Unit JHOC – Joint Harbor Operations Center (USCG) JOC – Joint Operations Center JTFG – Joint Task Force Games NGA – National Geospatial Intelligence Agency NORTHCOM – US Northern Command OCC – 2010 Olympics Coordination Center RCMP – Royal Canadian Mounted Police USCG – US Coast Guard USN – US Navy WADS – Western Air Defense Sector WMD – Washington Military Department WSP – Washington State Patrol YVR – Vancouver International Airport Whistler Admin RCMP, DSS, FBI JTFG CSIS, CF JOC FBI, DSS, CBP, USCG, CF, ICE, CSIS YVR CBP, TSA, DSS, RCMP, CATSA RCMP BICC RCMP, ICE RCMP ISU NGA, FAA, CATSA, RCMP Blaine, WA CBSA, CBP, IBIT, IBET OCC DSS, FBI, RCMP, WSP, USCG, ICE, FAA, NORTHCOM JHOC (Seattle) USCG, USN Camp Murray WMD, WADS, EMD RCMP MOC CCG, USCG

  11. Operational Review • The system was not stressed by real world events • Had some players not commonly working in the MAC environment (ICE) • As a ‘new’ entity, implementation within ICS likely go thru growth phase • Information generally shared; but this was easy at low activity level • Logistical coordination with local jurisdictions untested • We did not exercise during the Olympics • There were multiple high-level coordination centers • Had we gone to level 3-4 operation, may have needed to coord with DoS JOC, JTF Games, ISU in Richmond, NG JOC, WA EOC & others • Huge visitor traffic • Needed our own local tranportation • Situational sharing of data a newer concept • Agencies have a lot of data but what can be shared? How? With whom? When? • Made strides in acquiring some data streams & need bandwidth!