Transportation Security Plan

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General Information
Solicitation Number: 804
Status: End Solicitation Phase
Date Posted: Aug 15, 2003
Last Updated: Apr 02, 2013
Solicitation Expires: Mar 31, 2004
Partners: AZDOT, IN, PADOT
Lead Organization: Federal Highway Administration
Financial Summary
Commitment Start Year: 2003
Commitment End Year: 2004
100% SP&R Approval: Approved
Commitments Required: $258,300.00
Commitments Received: $258,300.00
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Jean Landolt
Jean.Landolt@dot.gov
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Jean Landolt
Jean.Landolt@dot.gov
Phone: 202-493-3146
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Arizona Department of Transportation 2004 $25,000.00 Lonnie Hendrix Frank Darmiento 602- 712-3134 fdarmiento@azdot.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2004 $25,000.00 Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2003 $208,300.00 Bonnie Fields

Background

The events of September 11, 2001 have heightened the national focus on security. At the state and local level, existing emergency management preparedness is being modified and upgraded in response to the threat of terrorist attacks ¿ especially weapons of mass destruction (WMD) such as biological or chemical attacks.

Globally, transportation systems have been terrorist targets or involved as the medium for the delivery of terrorist attacks. Transportation systems and assets of all modes and types therefore are a logical focus on an intensified review regarding threat levels, vulnerability, consequences, preparedness, countermeasures and response regimes.

At the state level, emergency management agencies are updating their plans and procedures, including the roles of various state agencies and conducting various tabletop and training exercises.

State DOTs around the country are also updating their emergency operations plans and programs focusing not only on their external roles responding to the requirements of the state EMAs, but also on their internal programs in terms of organization, roles and relationships, communications, equipments, incident management (IM) planning, etc. These activities have tended to focus on departmental assets and highway-related facilities, but in many cases have included responsibilities for other modes over which departments have jurisdiction.

Objectives

The purpose of this work is to provide support in the first stages of developing a comprehensive Transportation Security Plan.

Scope of Work

Please see the attached information.

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Transportation Security Plan

General Information
Solicitation Number: 804
Status: End Solicitation Phase
Date Posted: Aug 15, 2003
Last Updated: Apr 02, 2013
Solicitation Expires: Mar 31, 2004
Partners: AZDOT, IN, PADOT
Lead Organization: Federal Highway Administration
Financial Summary
Commitment Start Year: 2003
Commitment End Year: 2004
100% SP&R Approval: Approved
Commitments Required: $258,300.00
Commitments Received: $258,300.00
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Jean Landolt
Jean.Landolt@dot.gov
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Jean Landolt
Jean.Landolt@dot.gov
Phone: 202-493-3146
Commitments by Organizations
Agency Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Arizona Department of Transportation 2004 $25,000.00 Lonnie Hendrix Frank Darmiento 602- 712-3134 fdarmiento@azdot.gov
Indiana Department of Transportation 2004 $25,000.00 Tommy Nantung 765-463-1521 ext 248 tnantung@indot.in.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2003 $208,300.00 Bonnie Fields

Background

The events of September 11, 2001 have heightened the national focus on security. At the state and local level, existing emergency management preparedness is being modified and upgraded in response to the threat of terrorist attacks ¿ especially weapons of mass destruction (WMD) such as biological or chemical attacks.

Globally, transportation systems have been terrorist targets or involved as the medium for the delivery of terrorist attacks. Transportation systems and assets of all modes and types therefore are a logical focus on an intensified review regarding threat levels, vulnerability, consequences, preparedness, countermeasures and response regimes.

At the state level, emergency management agencies are updating their plans and procedures, including the roles of various state agencies and conducting various tabletop and training exercises.

State DOTs around the country are also updating their emergency operations plans and programs focusing not only on their external roles responding to the requirements of the state EMAs, but also on their internal programs in terms of organization, roles and relationships, communications, equipments, incident management (IM) planning, etc. These activities have tended to focus on departmental assets and highway-related facilities, but in many cases have included responsibilities for other modes over which departments have jurisdiction.

Objectives

The purpose of this work is to provide support in the first stages of developing a comprehensive Transportation Security Plan.

Scope of Work

Please see the attached information.

Title Type Private
Transportation Security Plan Solicitation N

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