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Fiscal Year:2011 Committee Type: Other Advisory Panel on DoD Capabilities for Support of Civil Authorities After Certain Incidents DOD 1c2146a6-ffb3-4e86-9b50-9482bb1fd72b [41848]: Department of Defense [13]: http://www.defenselink.mil Sponsoring Agency Beneficiary Adm (Ret) Steven Abbot President & CEO, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society; Admiral, U.S. Navy (Retired) Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer Dr. James Carafano PhD The Heritage Foundation Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer MG Dennis Celletti Assistant Adjutant General, Illinois Army National Guard; Major General, U.S. Army National Guard Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer Honorable James Greenwood CEO, Biotechnology Industry Organization; Former Member of Congress Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer MG Jerry Grizzle President/Superintendent, New Mexico Military Institute; Major General, U.S. Army National Guard (Retired) Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer MG (Ret) Ronald Harrison Former Adjutant General, Florida National Guard; Major General, U.S. Army National Guard (Retired) Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer Honorable Frank Keating President & CEO, American Council of Life Insurers; Former Governor of Oklahoma Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer MG Timothy J Lowenberg The Adjutant General, Washington National Guard; Major General, U.S. Air Force Air Guard Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer VAdm (Ret) James Metzger Vice President, Science Applications International Corp; Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy (Retired) Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer Honorable George Nethercutt Of-Counsel to Blue Water Strategies, LLC; Former Member of Congress Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer MG Raymond Rees The Adjutant General, Oregon National Guard; Major General, U.S. Army National Guard Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer Gen (Ret) Dennis Reimer Former Chief of Staff, United States Army; General, U.S. Army (Retired) Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer LtGen(Ret) Ervin Rokke President, U.S. Air Force Academy Endowment; Lieutenant General, U.S. Air Force (Retired) Committee Member Special Government Employee (SGE) Performer The Panel, under the provisions of section 1082 of Public Law 110-181 and the Federal Advisory Committee Act of 1972 (5 U.S.C., Appendix, as amended), shall provide independent advice and recommendations to the Secretary of Defense, and to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives on the capabilities of the Department of Defense to provide support to U.S. civil authorities in the event of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive incident.The Panel shall:1. Evaluate the authorities and capabilities of the Department of Defense to conduct operations in support to U.S. civil authorities in the event of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive incident, including the authorities and capabilities of the Military Departments, the Defense Agencies, the U.S. Combatant Commands, any supporting commands, and the reserve components of the Armed Forces (including the national Guard in a federal and non-federal status);2. Assess the adequacy of existing plans and programs of the Department of Defense for training and equipping dedicated, special, and general purposes forces for conducting operations described in paragraph 1 across a broad spectrum of scenarios, including current National Planning Scenarios as applicable;3. Assess policies, directives, and plans of the Department of Defense in support of civilian authorities in managing the consequences of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive incident;4. Assess the adequacy of policies and structures of the Department of Defense for coordination with other federal department and agencies, especially the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Energy, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Health and Human Services, in the provision of support described in paragraph 1;5. Assess the adequacy and currency of information available to the Department of Defense, whether directly or through other federal departments and agencies, from State and local governments in circumstances where the Department provides support described in paragraph 1 because State and local response capabilities are not fully adequate for comprehensive response;6. Assess the equipment capabilities and needs of the Department of Defense to provide support described in paragraph 1;7. Assess and make recommendations on: (a) Whether there should be any additional Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams, beyond the 55 already authorized and, if so, how many additional Civil support Teams, and where they should be located; and (b) What criteria and considerations are appropriate to determine whether additional Civil Support Teams are needed and, if so, where they should be located.The Panel, no later than 12 months after the date of the initial meeting of the Panel, shall submit a report on its findings and recommendations to the Secretary of Defense and the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives.The report shall contain:1. The findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the Panel for improving DoD capabilities to provide support to U.S. civil authorities in the event of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive incident; and2. Any other findings, conclusions, and recommendations for improving DoD capabilities for homeland defense the Panel considers appropriate. a3df88c1-e551-4b56-9d16-d0b6d96baed6 The Advisory Panel on Department of Defense (DoD) Capabilities for Support of Civil Authorities After Certain Incidents is charged by the Congress to carry out an assessment of the capabilities of the DoD to provide support to United States civil authorities in the event of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive (CBRNE) incicent. In carrying out this task, the Advisory Panel's recommendations should help improve the capabilities of the DoD to provide necessary support to United States civil authorities in the event of a CBRNE incident. c8bfb1aa-c89d-40b9-b504-adc869510458 Recommandations Directed by section 1082 of Public Law 110-181. 6fcda21e-560b-4803-8237-8c3fae633788 Make, Accept, Implement 06391b8b-1940-4435-b227-afce5a0b2fc9 3fdc9a1c-8702-449f-aa75-441a6989ff9e Recommendations Made Number Advisory Panel on DoD Capabilities for Support of Civil Authorities After Certain Incidents Department of Defense Unspecified n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 The governing statute (Sec 1082, P.L. 110-181) requires the Advisory Panel to assess eight distinct areas. 14 recommendations required no further action. They were addressed by activities already implemented, e.g., Join Action Plan for Unity of Effort, SecDef memo to declassify CONPLANS, 2012 NDAA authorizing use of Title 10 Reservists for all incidents, etc. 14 recommendations were addressed to the White House, Congress, and/or other Federal Depts/Agencies since DoD had no authority or responsibility to respond or implement. 7 recommendations were rejected due to the Panel exceeding its statutory mandate or conflict with existing law. Remaining 14 recommendations were tasked to appropriate DoD components for implementation. 49 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 e9b7562f-a310-400a-b68c-f5caaa62e1cf Recommendations Fully Accepted Percentage Advisory Panel on DoD Capabilities for Support of Civil Authorities After Certain Incidents Department of Defense For a variety of its own reasons not applicable to the Committee, the agency may implement all/most of the recommendations, but few times recommendations are not implemented. n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 The Advisory Panel submitted its final report on September 15, 2010. 24 of the 28 accepted recommendations falling under DoD's purview have been fully implemented. 86 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 11a099e5-6c6c-49f8-8ac8-e15280a55962 Recommendations Partially Accepted Percentage Advisory Panel on DoD Capabilities for Support of Civil Authorities After Certain Incidents Department of Defense There are sometimes a few proposals which were not funded in their entirety, those few being scaled back from their original level of requested funding (allowable under the program). n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 The Advisory Panel submitted its final report on September 15, 2010. Four of the 28 accepted recommendations falling under DoD's purview have been partially implemented. 14 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 2013-07-09 http://explore.data.gov/resource/datasets/c5i3-bb9j Gannon (J.) Dick gannon_dick@yahoo.com Submit error.