August 3, 2017 3DM Workshop at Edison Electric Institute
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Thursday, August 3, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM EDT
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Edison Electric Institute, Washington DC
701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
(Corner of 7th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue)
Washington, DC 20004
The FRWG Support Team
Dress: Business casual.
EEI is conveniently located at the corner of 7th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in northwest Washington, D.C. We are located in the heart of Penn Quarter, only five blocks from the U.S. Capitol Building.
Rail / Metro:
Daily AMTRAK trains stop at Union Station in Washington, D.C.
Visitors are encouraged to use Metro —D.C.'s subway system—to reach EEI.
The Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter stop on Metro's Yellow and Green Lines is located directly in front of the EEI building. Visitors coming from northern D.C. or Maryland may choose to use the Red Line, exiting at the Gallery Pl-Chinatown stop and walking south for three blocks on 7th Street.
Alternatively, visitors can transfer to the Yellow and Green Lines at Gallery Pl-Chinatown and then exit at the Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter stop. For more detailed information about Metro, visit the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Web site.
For driving directions to EEI, use Yahoo! Maps, Google Maps or MSN Maps. Parking in EEI's building is approximately $23 per day. Other public parking is available in nearby garages.
Food & Beverages:
Continental breakfast and lunch provided.
For government attendees, estimated costs of food and beverage is under $25/person.
Attendees will need to register and present proper identification at the front desk when arriving in the lobby.
4th 3DM Planning Workshop
Thursday, August 3, 2017
An Industry and Government Initiative to Enhance Disaster Response & Data Driven Decision Making
This will be the 4th 3DM (Data Driven Decision Making) Workshop designed to engage industry (electric, food, fuel, finance & telecom) and government (local, state, federal) in an effort to identify federal agency data sets and technologies that can be used by states/locals and industry to enhance local/regional disaster related decision making, situational awareness, operational coordination and communications.
This workshop is being organized by the Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP Federation), the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), and the Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group (FRWG) of the All Hazards Consortium (AHC).
Date: Thursday, August 3, 2017
Time: 10:00am - 2:30pm ET
Location: Edison Electric Institute, 701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20004
SCHEDULE (detailed Agenda will be emailed to registrants)
10:00am Opening Remarks
10:15am Session 1
11:15am Session 2
12:15pm Working Lunch
1:30pm Session 3
2:15pm Wrap Up Session / Next Steps
Expected Outcomes of This Workshop:
Attendees will include representatives from:
3DM Overview:This will be the 4th 3DM (Data Driven Decision Making) Workshop designed to engage industry (electric, food, fuel & telecom) and government (local, state, federal) in an effort to identify federal agency data sets and technologies that can be used by states/locals and industry to enhance local/regional disaster related decision making, situational awareness, operational coordination and communications.
New data sets…Improved operational situational awareness & common operating pictures… Enhanced decision making.
This workshop will engage the industry and government operations professionals, federal agencies and their science/research organizations and partners to gain a common understanding and agree upon a joint short-term and long-term approach to identifying and putting to use critical federal government datasets that can be applied in specific operational use cases that address restoration of critical infrastructure during and post-disasters of any type.
New partnerships and technologies have enabled rapid access and sharing of datasets to improve situational awareness and decision making across agencies and the private sector.
A new environment for sharing sensitive information that enables data-driven decision making among public and private stakeholders to effectively manage disruptions.
To provide an environment that leverages vetted, trusted professional relationships and invested organizations to distribute synchronized situational awareness for response, recovery, for the whole of community stakeholders
This workshop seeks to identify and identify specific datasets that can address specific industry approved operational use cases that are important to industry’s and government’s disaster response efforts for a local, regional or national disaster of any type. To focus the effort, industry has produced 15 operational issue based use cases from the electric, food and fuel sector members of the FRWG over the past 3 years. These will serve as the initial foundation for discussion and understanding for what problems the data is needed to solve. Federal agencies and their data partners will then be able to focus their present and future research and data mining efforts on specific operational problems which will enrich the overall situational awareness and common operating picture on each issue over time.
1) Identify key “sector and cross sector operational issues”
2) Develop new sector Use Cases
3) Identify existing government and private sector data sets, information, solutions
4) Develop or link to 3rd party solutions
5) Leverage the SISE (Sensitive Information Sharing Environment)
(Subject to change, check back here for updated versions)