Appendix A

Presentations and Committee Information Gathering Meetings

Washington, DC, May 14-15, 2012

•   Study Background, Motivation and Challenge to the Committee, Publicly releasable, Brendan Plapp, Department of Homeland Security, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, Architecture and Plans Directorate

•   What Were the Original Intentions for the GNDA?, Major General Julie A. Bentz, National Security Council

•   Description of Existing GNDA Structure and GNDA Strategic Plan, Brendan Plapp, DHS/DNDO Architecture and Plans Directorate

•   DHS Global Nuclear Detection Architecture Implementation Plan Performance Measures, Kevin Hart, DHS/DNDO Architecture and Plans Directorate

•   The Global Nuclear Detection Architecture: Metrics and Evaluation, John Zabko, DHS/DNDO Architecture and Plans Directorate

•   Implementation of the Global Nuclear Detection Architecture, Part II: Interagency Partnership’s Perspectives, Teri N. Leffer, Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration Second Line of Defense (NA-256)

•   Historical Perspectives and Congressional Authorities, Dana Shea, Congressional Research Service (CRS)



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Appendix A Presentations and Committee Information Gathering Meetings Washington, DC, May 14-15, 2012 • Study Background, Motivation and Challenge to the Committee, Publicly releasable, Brendan Plapp, Department of Homeland Se- curity, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, Architecture and Plans Directorate • What Were the Original Intentions for the GNDA?, Major General Julie A. Bentz, National Security Council • Description of Existing GNDA Structure and GNDA Strate- gic Plan, Brendan Plapp, DHS/DNDO Architecture and Plans Directorate • DHS Global Nuclear Detection Architecture Implementation Plan Performance Measures, Kevin Hart, DHS/DNDO Architecture and Plans Directorate • The Global Nuclear Detection Architecture: Metrics and Evalua- tion, John Zabko, DHS/DNDO Architecture and Plans Directorate • Implementation of the Global Nuclear Detection Architecture, Part II: Interagency Partnership’s Perspectives, Teri N. Leffer, Depart- ment of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration Second Line of Defense (NA-256) • Historical Perspectives and Congressional Authorities, Dana Shea, Congressional Research Service (CRS) 63

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64 APPENDIX A Washington, DC, June 28-29, 2012 • DNDO’s Risk Model, Steven Streetman, Data Architecture So- lutions, Inc., supporting DHS/DNDO Architecture and Plans Directorate • Overview of Recent Workshop on Connecting Analysis to Strategic Planning with Examples, Henry Willis, RAND • Global Perspectives and Activities of the GNDA, David Kulp, Department of Defense • DNDO Operations Support Directorate: Domestic Implementa- tion of GNDA, Ernest Muenchau, retired Assistant Director OSD (deceased) • GNDA Concept of Operations Template, Colonel Robert Kolterman, DTRA • Joint Analysis Center Overview, Brian Savage, DNDO OSD Long Beach, CA, August 28-29, 2012 • Joint Regional Intelligence Center tour • Panel Discussion, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, U.S. Coast Guard, Los Angeles Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investi- gation, L.A. Port Police, and L.A. Sheriff • Port Briefing, Captain John Holmes, Port of Los Angeles • Port of Long Beach, CBP tour • National Marine Exchange, Los Angeles Washington, DC, October 10-12, 2012 • Risk Analysis & Decision Support, James Smith, Los Alamos Na- tional Laboratory • Red Teaming Overview, Mark Oliphant, DNDO, Red Team and Net Assessments • DHS Program Assistance: Training and Exercises as Ways to Mea- sure the Effectiveness of the GNDA, J. J. Fisher, DNDO, Opera- tions Support Directorate • FBI Role in the Global Nuclear Detection Architecture (GNDA), Bernie Bogdan, FBI • State Department’s Role in GNDA: International Implementation Plan, J. C. Wyss, State Department • Developing and Using Metrics for the Water Security Program, David Travers, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency