Mr. Schutz concluded the meeting with a review of the action items captured during the course of the meeting. He also urged the group to bring up new issues and initiatives that may be of interest to the ICG membership for future ICG meetings -- even though they may be outside the scope of the original 14 Implementation Plan AIPs. Mr. Schutz also reported that the next AA&E ICG meeting will be held at LMI in the early to mid-December 2008 timeframe.
In conclusion, Mr. Schutz thanked all the participants for their work and participation.
The working group generated the following list of action items:
AIP 2 - Performance of Threat/Vulnerability/Risk Assessments: Mr. Figueroa, DHS, suggested that a TWIC representative from TSA or the Coast Guard be invited to brief at the next ICG meeting.
OUSD (I) Update: (Open from December 2007 ICG.) CDR Spangler asked Ms. Rivera to provide the AA&E ICG with the policy that requires the Services to report AA&E losses to OUSD (I). Ms. Rivera agreed.
AIP 6 - Contractor Assessment: (Open from December 2007 ICG.) Ms. Rivera reported that OUSD (I), DSS, and DCMA will coordinate to develop a plan over the next six months to address many of the findings within the contractor security assessment. She added that OUSD (I) has developed new language within 5100.76M to address contractor security. She agreed to forward the updated copy of 5100.76M to Mr. Schutz. For procedural requirements, Ms. Rivera also asked Mr. Schutz to develop a memo requesting that DCMA and DSS address these issues. Mr. Schutz agreed.
AIP 6 - FMS Assessment: Mr. Schutz recommended that OSD TP, LMI, and DSCA meet to determine how to pursue the recommendations in the document.
AIP 5 & 14 - Emergency Response Metrics: USNORTHCOM will provide a written response describing USNORTHCOM’s position on the LMI report recommendation.
AIP 5 & 14 - Distribution and Notification Metrics: Ms. Batchelor asked Mr. Carter to send her the metrics that they are capturing.
AIP 5 & 14 - Distribution and Notification Metrics: Dr. Josephine Covino, DoD Explosives Safety Board (DDESB), reported that DDESB also requires some metrics. MAJ Fagerheim and Mr. Kim Morrison, SDDC, will work with Dr. Covino and provide the metrics that DDESB is requesting.
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