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Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Washington DC 20528 (202)-282-8000

Secretary: Janet Ann Napolitano; Primary Maryland Facilities:

FEMA National Emergency Training Center (NETC) ­ Frederick County FEMA National Processing Service Center (NPSC) ­ Prince George's County National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center (NBACC) ­ Frederick County U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Field Office ­ Baltimore City U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Custom House ­ Baltimore City U.S. Secret Service (USSS) Rowley Training Center ­ Prince George's County $14,559,856,536 (U.S. total) $1,674,925,917 (Maryland total) 12% (Maryland share of U.S. total) $12,333,918,562 (U.S. total) $255,569,717 (Maryland total) 2.1% (Maryland share of U.S. total)

Procurement Contracts in 2009:

Salaries and Wages in 2008:

Mission: Formed in 2003, the Department of Homeland Securities mission is to secure the nation from the many threats we face. This requires the dedication of more than 230,000 employees in jobs that range from aviation and border security to emergency response, from cybersecurity analyst to chemical facility inspector. The duties are wide-ranging, and the goal is clear - keeping America safe. The five main areas of responsibility are:

Guarding against Terrorism Securing our Borders Enforcing our Immigration Laws Improving our Readiness for, Response to and Recovery from Disasters Maturing and Unifying the Department

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Office of Public Affairs Director:

R Adm. John C. Acton USCG (ret.); 202-282-9580 T; 202-282-8191 Fax; [email protected] Donna Holland 202-282-9580

Executive Assistant: Office of the Chief Procurement Officer 301 ­ 7TH St SW, Rm 3114 Washington DC 20407 202-447-5310 Fax Chief Procurement Officer (Acting)

Richard K. Gunderson 202-447-5300

[email protected]

Contract Operations Director:

David J. Capitano 202-447-5300

[email protected]

Acquisition Forecast: Vendor Outreach Sessions: Prime Contractors: Mentor Protégé Program:

Office of Procurement Operations (OPO) 7th & D St SW Rm 3051 Washington DC 20528 202-447-5540 Fax Director: Soraya Correa 202-447-5500

[email protected]

Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization Director:

Kevin Boshears 202-447-5279; 202-447-5555 Fax; [email protected] Dan Sturdivant 202-447-5289

[email protected]

Assistant to Director for Outreach:

Subcontracting Compliance Program Manager:

Kyle Groome 202-447-5281

[email protected]

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FEMA - National Emergency Training Center (NETC)

16825 South Seton Avenue Frederick County Emmitsburg, Maryland 21727 (301) 447-1000

Director: Department: Parent Agency: Tenants:

Ronald Face, Division Director Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

National Fire Academy (NFA) Emergency Management Institute (EMI) 184


History & Mission: The National Emergency Training Center campus was acquired from Saint

Joseph College by the federal government in March 1979. The NETC was created in 1980 and the first National Fire Academy classes were offered on January 21, 1980. Also that year, the former Defense Civil Preparedness Staff College was relocated from Battle Creek, Michigan. It reopened in January 1981 as EMI. NETC is the educational arm of FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security and promotes the professional development of the fire and the emergency response community and its allied professionals. The NETC offers courses free of charge to those in emergency management and preparedness career fields throughout the country. The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), which administers both the NFA and EMI, strives to reduce the loss of life and property due to fire and related emergencies, through leadership, advocacy, coordination and support.

FEMA Headquarters Federal Center Plaza 500 C St SW Washington DC 20472 202-646-4040 Personnel Locator 202-646-4006 Procurement 202-646-3930 Fax

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Office of the Administrator 500 C St SW Washington DC 20472 Administrator: Special Assistant: Office of External Affairs 500 C St SW Washington DC 20472 202-646-4086 Fax Director: William Craig Fugate Rm 828, 202-646-3900 Brian Scully 202-646-3900 [email protected]

Brent Colburn Rm 711; 202-646-4600

[email protected]

Deputy Director:

Robert Jensen, Rm 711; 202-646-7593

[email protected]

Press Secretary: Private Sector Initiatives Division Email: [email protected] Director (Acting): Public Affairs Division Director: (VACANT) Deputy Director:

Clark Stevens Rm 711; 202-646-4600

Jeanie Moore, Rm 714; 202-646-4520 Rm 711, 202-46-4600 Daniel Stoneking Rm 711; 202-646-2925

[email protected]

Grant Programs Directorate (GPD) 800 K St NW Washington DC 20001; 202-786-9788 T Assistant Administrator (Acting): Grants Development & Administration Director:

Tracey Trautman 202-786-9847

[email protected]

Gary Rogers 202-786-9769,

[email protected]

Grants Management Division Director:

Lisa Lewis: 202-786-9760 T;

[email protected]

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Management Directorate (OM) 202-646-3761 Fax Assistant Administrator for Management & Chief Acquisition Officer Acquisition Management Division Patriots Plaza 500 C St SW Washington DC 20472; 202-646-4292 Fax Director: United States Fire Administration (USFA) www.usfa.dhs. gov Federal Center Plaza 500 C St SW, FCP 719 Washington DC 20472 202-646-4223 T; 202-646-4043 Fax Administrator: Kelvin James Cochran: 202-646-4223

[email protected]

Capt. Albert B. "Al" Sligh, Jr USN (Ret.) 202-646-3808 [email protected]

Jacob B. Hansen 202-646-3355

Office of the Deputy U.S. Fire Administrator 16825 South Seton Av, Emmitsburg, MD 21727 Deputy Administrator: Glenn A. Gaines, 301-447-1018 T 301-447-1080 Fax

[email protected]

National Emergency Training Center Management, Operations & Support Services Division 16825 South Seton Av Emmitsburg, MD 21727 Division Director: Ronald P. Face, Jr. 301-447-1223 T 301-447-1052 Fax

[email protected]

National Fire Academy 16825 South Seton Av, Emmitsburg, MD 21727 Superintendant

Denis Onieal (301) 447-1117

[email protected]

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Emergency Management Institute (EMI) National Emergency Training Center 16825South Seton Av Rm N402 Emmitsburg, MD 21727 301-447-1286 T; 301-447-1497 Fax Superintendant: Dr. Cortez Lawrence; 301-447-1286 T

[email protected]

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FEMA - National Processing Service Center (NPSC)

6505 Belcrest Road Prince George's County Hyattsville, Maryland 20782 (301) 209-0186

Director: Department: Parent Agency: Employees:

Nancy L. Ward, Acting Administrator, FEMA Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) 69

History& Mission: President Carter's 1979 executive order merged many of the separate

disaster-related responsibilities into the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA's first NPSC was opened in 1994; currently there are also NPSCs in Texas and Virginia. On March 1, 2003, FEMA became part of DHS. NPSCs receive calls and process applications from disaster victims who need assistance. The NPSCs are central to the success of the applicant telephone registration process and the FEMA Helpline. The advantage of the centralized NPSC system is that the centers can be staffed within five hours after the President declares a national disaster. FEMA manages federal response and recovery efforts following any national incident. FEMA also initiates mitigation activities, works with state and local emergency managers, and manages the National Flood Insurance Program.

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National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center (NBACC)

110 Thomas Johnson Drive Suite 200 Frederick County Fort Detrick, Maryland 21702 (301) 682-5130


Dr. J. Patrick Fitch, Battelle VP for Biodefense Programs, Laboratory Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T Directorate)


Department: Parent Agency: Tenants:

National Bioforensic Analysis Center (NBFAC) National Biological Threat Characterization Center (NBTCC) 150


History & Mission: Created a few months after the 2001 anthrax attacks, the NBACC is

intended to be the principal U.S. biodefense research institution engaged in laboratorybased threat assessment and bioforensics. NBACC is a government owned/contractor operated facility; DHS owns the building which is managed and operated by the Battelle National Biodefense Institute (BNBI). BNBI operates NBACC as a Federally Funded Research and Development Center. Construction of the new $143 million NBACC Laboratory facility was completed in March 2009. NBFAC conducts bioforensic analysis of evidence from a bio-crime or terrorist attack to attain a "biological fingerprint" to identify perpetrators and determine the origin and method of attack. NBFAC maintains accreditation to a rigorous international standard of testing and calibration, and has established itself as a model for bioforensic laboratory practices. NBTCC conducts studies and laboratory experiments to fill in information gaps to better understand current and future biological threats; to assess vulnerabilities and conduct risk assessments; and to determine potential impacts to guide the development of countermeasures such as detectors, drugs, vaccines, and decontamination technologies.

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Science & Technology Directorate - Headquarters Science and Technology Directorate 245 Murray Drive, Building 410 Science and Technology Washington, DC 20528 Under Secretary Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist: Dr. Tara O'Toole John Verrico 202-254-2385; 202-254-6175 Fax;

[email protected]

DHS Science & Technology, Chemical & Biological Division (CBD) Division Head: Dr. Elizabeth George 202-254-5764

[email protected]

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Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) ­ Baltimore Field Office

31 Hopkins Plaza Baltimore City Baltimore, Maryland 21201 (410) 962-2010

Director: Department: Parent Agency: Employees:

Richard Caterisano, District Director Department of Homeland Security (DHS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) 135

History& Mission: Baltimore's early immigration activity was concentrated among the

wharves of Fells Point. In 1868, this activity shifted across the harbor to Locust Point. The Fallon Building, current location of the USCIS Baltimore Field Office, was constructed in 1967 and renovated in 1999. The United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) was a part of the United States Department of Justice and handled legal and illegal immigration and naturalization. It ceased to exist on March 1, 2003 when most of its functions were transferred to three new agencies within the newly created Department of Homeland Security. The administration of immigration services, including permanent residence, naturalization, asylum, and other functions became the responsibility of the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS), which existed only for a short time before changing to its current name, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). USCIS is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the U.S. It establishes immigration services, policies and priorities to preserve America's legacy as a nation of immigrants while ensuring that no one is admitted who is a threat to public safety. To accomplish this, USCIS adjudicates the petitions and applications of potential immigrants.

U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS)­ Headquarters 20 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington DC 20529

Office of the Director Director:

Alejandro N. "Ali" Mayorkas 202-272-1000 ; 202-272-8118 Fax [email protected]

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Deputy Director (Acting):

Michael Aytes 202-272-8000

[email protected]

Office of Administration Director:

Nancy W. Guilliams 202-272-1570 ; 202-272-1553 Fax

[email protected]

Acquisition/Asset Management :

Chief Paula Ycong 202-272-1586 [email protected] Hubert Horatio "Buck" Humphrey IV 202-272-1444 T; 202-272-1322 Fax

[email protected]

Office of Communications (OCOMM) Chief:

Press Secretary / Chief of Media Relations:

Christopher Bentley 202-272-1224 T

[email protected]

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Customs and Border Protection ­ Baltimore Custom House

40 South Gay Street Baltimore City Baltimore, Maryland 21202 (410) 962-2666

Director: Department: Parent Agency: Employees:

Michael Hrinyak, Port Director of Customs Department of Homeland Security (DHS) U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) 140

History & Mission: In 1789 the new U.S. Congress established the U.S. Customs Service as

the first federal agency and named Baltimore as one of 59 collection districts. The first Baltimore custom house was at the intersection of Gay and Water Streets, across from the present location. The Service Port in Baltimore has a full range of cargo processing functions, including inspections, entry, collections, and verification. CBP is one of the Department of Homeland Security's largest and most complex components, with a priority mission of keeping terrorists and their weapons out of the U.S. CBP secures America's borders 24 hours a day, seven days a week, while enforcing hundreds of U.S. regulations, including immigration and drug laws. CBP facilitates legitimate trade and travel by integrating modern technology, deploying highly trained law enforcement personnel, and developing industry partnerships that advance its overall mission.

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Secret Service - James J. Rowley Training Center (RTC)

9200 Powder Mill Road Prince George's County Laurel, Maryland 20708 (240) 624-3801

Director: Department: Parent Agency: Employees:

Michael C. Bryant, Special Agent in Charge Department of Homeland Security (DHS) United States Secret Service (USSS) 280

History & Mission: The United States Secret Service, one of the nation's oldest federal

investigative law enforcement agencies, was founded in 1865 as a branch of the U.S. Treasury Department. The RTC has served as the training academy for the Secret Service since 1971 and is comprised of almost 500 acres of land, six miles of roadway and 31 buildings. The core curriculum provided by RTC is designed for special agents, Uniformed Division officers, special officers and physical security specialists. In a single year, hundreds of training recruits undergo extensive training in firearms marksmanship, use-offorce/control tactics, emergency medical techniques, financial crimes detection, physical /site /event protection and water survival training. Also, veteran law enforcement, executive/managerial, administrative and technical personnel are offered comprehensive specialized and technology-based training courses throughout their careers. Advanced computer-driven methodologies enable RTC to reach beyond its Laurel facilities to provide "on-site" educational experiences to personnel throughout the Secret Service's domestic and international field offices. The Secret Service supports its valued law enforcement partners from across the country by providing protective security, financial crimes, specialized tactical and weapons training to other federal, state and local law enforcement personnel.

U.S. Secret Service (USSS) Headquarters United States Secret Service Washington Dc 20223


Mark J. Sullivan 202-406-5700

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Procurement Division Chief:

Kelly Curtin 202-406-6940; 202-406-6801 Fax

[email protected]

Office of Government & Public Affairs Assistant Director

Michael C. Stenger: 202-406-5142

[email protected]

James J. Rowley Training Center (JJRTC) Special-Agent-In-Charge: Michael "Mike" Bryant 240-624-3000

[email protected]

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