CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS (CNO) CONSOLIDATED INTEGRATED VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE FY13

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SUBJ: NAVAL OPERATIONS (CNO) CONSOLIDATED INTEGRATED VULNERABILITY AS SESSMENT 
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SUBJ: CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS (CNO) CONSOLIDATED INTEGRATED VULNERABILITY 
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE FY13//



REF/A/DOC/DODI 2000.16/31OCT2006//

REF/B/DOC/DTRA JSIVA GUIDELINES/01JAN2008/NOTAL//

REF/C/DOC/OPNAVINST 3300.53C/26MAY2009//

NARR/REF A IS DEPT OF DEFENSE (DOD) ANTITERRORISM STANDARDS. REF B IS  DEFENSE 
THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY (DTRA) ANTITERRORISM VULNERABILITY  ASSESSMENT TEAM 
GUIDELINES.  REF C IS NAVY ANTITERRORISM PROGRAM// POC/CDR A. L. SCHREIBER/CNO 
WASHINGTON DC/N462/LOC: ARLINGTON, VA/
 TEL: (703)695-5526, ANDREA.SCHREIBER(AT)NAVY.(SMIL).MIL//

RMKS/1.  IAW REF A, PARA 2, INTEGRATED VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS
 (IVA) WILL BE CONDUCTED AT NAVY INSTALLATIONS DURING FISCAL YEAR
 (FY) 2013, USING BENCHMARKS CONTAINED IN REF B. THESE ASSESSMENTS  SHOULD BE 
VIEWED AS A TOOL TO HELP PREVENT AND/OR REDUCE THE IMPACT  OF A TERRORIST 
ATTACK AND ARE INTENDED TO ASSIST COMMANDING OFFICERS  IN MEETING THEIR 
ANTITERRORISM/FORCE PROTECTION (AT/FP)  RESPONSIBILITIES. ALL DEFENSE CRITICAL 
INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION
 (DCIP) PORTIONS OF ASSESSMENTS HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED.  IAW REF C,  NAVAL 
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE (NCIS) SECURITY TRAINING  ASSESSMENT AND 
ASSISTANCE TEAMS (STAAT) WILL CONDUCT THE CNO  ASSESSMENTS AND DTRA WILL 
CONDUCT THE JOINT STAFF INTEGRATED  VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS (JSIVA).  DTRA 
WILL ALSO CONDUCT EITHER A  CRITICAL ASSET ASSESSMENT (CAA) OR MOBILE TRAINING 
TEAM COURSE (MTT)  AT SELECT SITES, AS LISTED.  DTRA MTT EVENTS ARE 5 DAY 
COURSES  PROVIDING DETAILED TRAINING TO SERVICE/AGENCY PERSONNEL TO CONDUCT  
THEIR OWN HIGHER HEADQUARTERS ASSESSMENTS (HHA). ADDITIONAL  INFORMATION ON 
THE MTTS AND QUOTA REQUEST PROCEDURES WILL BE  PROVIDED BY DTRA VIA SEPARATE 
CORRESPONDENCE.

2.  FY 2013 DATE, LOCATION, AND ASSESSMENT TYPE:
28 OCT - 02 NOV 2012, NAS WHITING FIELD (JSIVA)
07-11 JAN 2013, NAVBASE POINT LOMA (CNO IVA)
28 JAN-01 FEB 2013, NAS JACKSONVILLE (CNO IVA-DCIP)
04-08 MAR 2013, NAS KEY WEST (CNO IVA)
18-22 MAR 2013, NAS PENSACOLA (CNO IVA)
25-29 MAR 2013, CB CTR GULFPORT (CNO IVA)
15-19 APR 2013, NS GUANTANAMO BAY (CNO IVA-DCIP) 06-10 MAY 2013, NAS JRB FORT 
WORTH (CNO IVA)
12-17 MAY 2013, NB VENTURA COUNTRY, CA (JSIVA)
03-07 JUNE 2013, NAVSTA ROTA (CNO IVA-DCIP)
07-14 JUNE 2013, CSL COMALAPA, EL SALVADOR (JSIVA)
10-14 JUNE 2013, NAVSUPPACT SOUDA BAY (CNO IVA-DCIP)
16-21 JUNE 2013, NB SAN DIEGO, CA (JSIVA)
17-21 JUNE 2013, NAS PENSACOLA, FL (DTRA MTT)
08-12 JULY 2013, WPNSTA EARLE COLTS NECK (CNO IVA)
14-19 JUL 2013, PORT OF JEBEL ALI, UAE (JSIVA)
14-19 JUL 2013, CAMP LEMONNIER, DJIBOUTI (JSIVA CAA/DTRA MTT)
29 JUL - 02 AUG 2013, COMFLEACTS CHINHEA, KOREA (CNO IVA)
18-23 AUG 2013, NSB KINGS BAY, GA (JSIVA)
19-23 AUG 2013, NAVAL STATION GREAT LAKES (CNO IVA-DCIP)
23-27 SEP 2013, NAS PATUXENT RIVER (CNO IVA-DCIP)
29 SEPT-11 OCT 2013, NSA SOUTH POTOMAC, NDW (JSIVA)
07-11 OCT 2013, NAS LEMOORE (CNO IVA)
28 OCT-01 NOV 2013, NAS FALLON (CNO IVA)
13-22 NOV 2013, NWS SEAL BEACH (CNO IVA)
09-13 DEC 2013, NAVSTA MAYPORT (CNO IVA-DCIP)

3.  BACKGROUND: A CNO IVA IS A VULNERABILITY-BASED EVALUATION OF AN  
INSTALLATION'S ABILITY TO DETER AND/OR RESPOND TO A TERRORIST  INCIDENT. THIS 
EVALUATION ASSISTS IN ADDRESSING THE CONSEQUENCES OF  TERRORISTS ACTS IN TERMS 
OF THE COMMAND'S ABILITY TO ACCOMPLISH ITS  MISSION. THE VULNERABILITY 
ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY INCLUDES REVIEW OF  SITE SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS, 
MISSION, THREAT ANALYSES, SECURITY  PLANS, PROCEDURES, THREAT AND DISASTER 
RESPONSE CAPABILITIES, AND  SPECIFIC COMMAND CONCERNS. DURING THE TEAM OUT-
BRIEF, OPTIONS WILL  BE PRESENTED TO THE COMMANDER FOR CONSIDERATION IN 
PURSUING  IMPROVEMENTS TO FORCE PROTECTION.  ADDITIONALLY, THE CNO IVA MAY BE  
USED BY COMMANDING OFFICERS TO FORMULATE BUDGET SUBMISSIONS. CNO IVA  TEAM 
MEMBERS WILL INTERVIEW PERSONNEL RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FOLLOWING  FUNCTIONAL 
AREAS: TERRORIST OPERATIONS, SECURITY OPERATIONS,  STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING, 
INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS  READINESS. TO PREPARE COMMANDS FOR 
THEIR CNO IVA, THE ASSESSMENT  TEAM WILL NEED:
A.  ASSIGNMENT OF WORKING SPACE/ACCESS TO THE FOLLOWING:
(1) LAN CABLE CONNECTION OR DSL CABLE CONNECTION WITH INTERNET  ACCESS.
(2) CLASSIFIED (CONFIDENTIAL) MATERIAL STORAGE FOR SMALL QUANTITY OF  
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL, WITH 24-HOUR ACCESS.
B.  THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS IN HARDCOPY AVAILABLE UPON TEAM 
ARRIVAL:
(1) ANTITERRORISM (AT) PLAN
(2) WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION PLANS
(3) DISASTER PREPAREDNESS PLAN
(4) PREVIOUS JSIVA AND CNO IVA REPORTS
(5) SECURITY DEPARTMENT POST ORDERS/GUARD FORCE ORDERS
(6) SECURITY DEPARTMENT STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
(7) BASE MAP, DELINEATING BUILDINGS AND STREETS
(8) DCI POC IF APPLICABLE
C.  15 PASSENGER VAN FOR WINDSHIELD TOUR D.  THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS WILL BE 
REQUIRED (ELECTRONIC COPIES
 PREFERRED) NLT 90 DAYS PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULED ASSESSMENT DATE. NCIS  STAAT 
LANT/PAC WILL NOTIFY RESPECTIVE COMMANDS ON FURTHER DIRECTIONS  VIA SEPCOR:
(1) AT PLAN
(2) DISASTER PREPAREDNESS PLAN
(3) WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION PLAN
(4) SECURITY POST ORDERS/GUARD FORCE ORDERS
(5) SECURITY STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

4.  ANY CHANGES TO THE SCHEDULE MUST BE COORDINATED WITH MESSAGE POC.

5.  RELEASED BY VADM P. H. CULLOM, N4.//

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