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How to get Ready for FirstNet
STRATEGY, ARCHITECTURE, AND SECURITY | June 10, 2015
Welcome
Diane Denholm
Executive Director
The Performance Institute
Are you Ready for the Public Safety Broadband Network?
Performance Institute Fellow
Ray Lehr, PI Fellow, Nationwide Public Safety Broadband—Ray Lehr has more than
40 years of pr...
Performance Institute Fellow
Alma Cole, PI Fellow, Cybersecurity—Alma Cole has over eight years of professional
experience...
Special thanks to Lockheed Martin for its sponsorship of the policy forum
and corporate contributor:
Agenda
8:00 AM – 8:15 AM Welcome
Diane Denholm, Executive Director,
The Performance Institute
8:15 AM – 9:00 AM FirstNet U...
FirstNet Update:
Edward Parkinson
Director of Government Affairs
FirstNet
FirstNet Update
Ed Parkinson
Director, Government Affairs
Implementing the Vision
11
2.22.12
FirstNet becomes law
PL 112-96
GOVERNANCE
THE LAW FUNDING
$7B authorized to build the F...
Progress Toward
Roadmap Milestones
12
Milestones
• Begin Formal State Consultations
• Initiate Public Notice and Comment
•...
Network
Deployment
Draft RFP Documents
Local, State & Tribal
Consultation
Final RFP
Early Builders in
Operation
Federal
Co...
Our Priorities
14
Consultation Process Acquisition/
Draft RFP
June 10, 2015
FirstNet’s Equation for Financial
Sustainability
15
$7B
Excess
Network
Capacity
SynergiesFees Costs
Financial
Sustainabili...
The FirstNet Opportunity
9
Minimum Value
from Offerors
for Contract
with FirstNet
Cash balance inclusive of
excess network...
Need Inputs to Get Answers
17
$7B
Excess
Capacity
Revenue
Fees
User, Core,
Infrastructure Lease
Deployment
Costs
Operation...
Special Notice w/Draft RFP
Documents –
Proposed NPSBN Deployment
Phases
Special Notice with Draft RFP Documents
• On April 24, FirstNet Board approved release of Special Notice with Draft
Reques...
Special Notice with Draft RFP Documents
• FirstNet is working to maximize feedback and input through the
acquisition proce...
FirstNet’s Statement of Objectives Envisions a World
Class Public Safety Network
3GPP global standards for
economies of sc...
Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP
Documents – Current State
22
Phase 1-2
Phase 3-4
Phase 5
Expansion 1
Expansion...
Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP
Documents– Phase 1-2
23
Phase 1-2
Phase 3-4
Phase 5
Expansion 1
Expansion 2
Co...
Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP
Documents– Phase 3-4
24
Phase 1-2
Phase 3-4
Phase 5
Expansion 1
Expansion 2
Co...
Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP
Documents– Phase 5
25
Phase 1-2
Phase 3-4
Phase 5
Expansion 1
Expansion 2
Cont...
Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP
Documents– Expansion 1
26
Phase 1-2
Phase 3-4
Phase 5
Expansion 1
Expansion 2
...
Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP
Documents– Expansion 2
27
Phase 1-2
Phase 3-4
Phase 5
Expansion 1
Expansion 2
...
Industry Day – Focus
• FirstNet provided detailed briefing on Special Notice and Draft
Request for Proposal (RFP)
– Signif...
FirstNet encourages Public Safety to Respond to the
Special Notice and Draft RFP Documents
29
• Special Notice with Draft ...
Key Elements for Desired Network OutcomesPublicSafetyUse
•Quantity and
quality of
applications
•User satisfaction
•Enablem...
FirstNet Network Benefits
Dedicated to Public
Safety
QoS, Priority &
Preemption (QPP)
Local Control
Public Safety Apps
/ S...
Public Notice Status and
Next Steps
32
• First Notice
– Network Elements
– Users
– Fees
– 63 responses
• Second Notice
– T...
Industry Day
33
OCT
DEC
NOV
AUG
JUN
Industry
Meetings Begin
Public Safety Briefing
Industry Day
Industry Meetings End
Boar...
Stay Informed
34
SPOC List: www.firstnet.gov/consultation
PSAC: www.firstnet.gov/about/public-safety-
advisory-committee
w...
Thank You
Edward Parkinson – Edward.Parkinson@firstnet.gov
@FirstNetGov
Summary and Closing Remarks
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  1. 1. How to get Ready for FirstNet STRATEGY, ARCHITECTURE, AND SECURITY | June 10, 2015
  2. 2. Welcome Diane Denholm Executive Director The Performance Institute
  3. 3. Are you Ready for the Public Safety Broadband Network?
  4. 4. Performance Institute Fellow Ray Lehr, PI Fellow, Nationwide Public Safety Broadband—Ray Lehr has more than 40 years of professional experience in Public Safety. He served as the Maryland Statewide Interoperability Director from 2009 to 2014, where he directed a Program Management Office responsible for projects to improve public safety communications including a Statewide 700 MHz Land Mobile Radio (LMR) project. He also served as Maryland’s State Point of Contact (SPOC) for FirstNet and initiated the first State Initial Consultation process with FirstNet that provided a framework for future engagements with the nation’s public safety leaders and State officials. Prior to the creation of FirstNet, Ray served as a Board member of the Public Safety Spectrum Trust (PSST) representing the National Governors Association.
  5. 5. Performance Institute Fellow Alma Cole, PI Fellow, Cybersecurity—Alma Cole has over eight years of professional experience in the cyber security field. Highly influential in the establishment of DHS- wide information security policy, and DHS common security architecture including Continuous Monitoring, Policy Enforcement Points, and computer network defense, he conducts research on government cyber risk issues and policy and delivers enterprise wide solutions. As the Chief Systems Security Officer at CBP Alma was responsible for applying information assurance risk management strategies ensuring consistent and secure delivery of IT systems and information supporting CBP’s strategic goals and objectives for carrying out its critical missions. He served as Director, DHS Security Operations Center where he led the protection, confidentiality, availability, and integrity of DHS information and information systems at the DHS Security Operations Center (SOC), CBP Computer Security Incident Response Center.
  6. 6. Special thanks to Lockheed Martin for its sponsorship of the policy forum and corporate contributor:
  7. 7. Agenda 8:00 AM – 8:15 AM Welcome Diane Denholm, Executive Director, The Performance Institute 8:15 AM – 9:00 AM FirstNet Update Ed Parkinson, Director Government Affairs, FirstNet 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Workshop Overview Ray Lehr, PI Fellow, NPSBN 9:30 AM – 9:45 AM Break Study Operational Architecture Functional Description Chart 9:45 AM – 11:30 Facilitated Discussion Operational Architecture Functional Elements 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Lunch 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Review of Functions Rated of Most Importance 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM Capture Comments for FirstNet Submittal 2:30 PM – 2:45 PM Wrap Up and Plan for Third Session
  8. 8. FirstNet Update: Edward Parkinson Director of Government Affairs FirstNet
  9. 9. FirstNet Update Ed Parkinson Director, Government Affairs
  10. 10. Implementing the Vision 11 2.22.12 FirstNet becomes law PL 112-96 GOVERNANCE THE LAW FUNDING $7B authorized to build the FirstNet network. Funded by spectrum auctions through 2022 The FirstNet Board has 15 members, including those with telecommunications and public safety backgrounds Each Governor appoints 1 Single Point of Contact (SPOC) and governing body to represent the state’s interests to FirstNet 40 member Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) advises FirstNet on public safety intergovernmental matters BAND CLASS (BC) 14 20MHzof bandwidth has been dedicated to public safety in the prime upper 700MHzfrequency range BC 12 AT&T AT&T Dish AT&T Verizon PS Broadband PSNarrowband Verizon PS Broadband PSNarrowband 6 MHz 12 MHz 12 MHz 6 MHz 12 MHz 11 MHz 10 MHz 6 MHz 11 MHz 10 MHz 6 MHz BC 13 BC 14BC 13 BC 14 BC 17 BC 29BC 12 BC 17 1 MHz Guard Bands LMR LMR DOWNLINK DOWNLINKDOWNLINKDOWNLINK UPLINK UPLINKUPLINK DLUL June 10, 2015
  11. 11. Progress Toward Roadmap Milestones 12 Milestones • Begin Formal State Consultations • Initiate Public Notice and Comment • Draft Requests For Proposals Begin formal consultations FirstNet created Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) Public Scoping Meetings Released Strategic Roadmap – March 2014 Consultation Release comprehensive network RFI and SOO 2nd public notice and comment Draft request for comprehensive network proposals SPOC Calls & Webinars Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) FirstNet Board Meeting Network Implementation WE ARE HERE 1st public notice and comment Federal ConsultationState/Territory Consultation Consultation June 10, 2015
  12. 12. Network Deployment Draft RFP Documents Local, State & Tribal Consultation Final RFP Early Builders in Operation Federal Consultation Deliver State Plan/ Governor Approval Public Notice(s) PSAC Recommendations Industry Days 13 Key Milestones – Phase II • Public Notice(s) & Comment • Expand Outreach and Consultation • Leverage PSAC Recommendations and Early Builder Results • Release Final RFP SPOC Calls & Webinars Local, State & Tribal Consultation SPOC Calls & Webinars PSAC Recommendations Phase II: Road To Implementation Draft State Plan Consultation June 10, 2015
  13. 13. Our Priorities 14 Consultation Process Acquisition/ Draft RFP June 10, 2015
  14. 14. FirstNet’s Equation for Financial Sustainability 15 $7B Excess Network Capacity SynergiesFees Costs Financial Sustainability June 10, 2015
  15. 15. The FirstNet Opportunity 9 Minimum Value from Offerors for Contract with FirstNet Cash balance inclusive of excess network capacityvalue FirstNet Breakeven FirstNetCash Balance End of Contract Offerors propose funding needed to deploy and operate network Contract Award $7B Excess Network Capacity SynergiesFees Costs Financial Sustainability Strong financial proposal For illustrative purposes only. Not to scale. June 10, 2015
  16. 16. Need Inputs to Get Answers 17 $7B Excess Capacity Revenue Fees User, Core, Infrastructure Lease Deployment Costs Operations & Maintenance Costs PS Features Priority, Security, Hardening, etc. Plan Options Users Security Service Plan Core Network Devices ApplicationsData Usage Deployables Training Hardening Prioritization Cost Estimates Core Design Adoption Estimates Excess Capacity Valuation Hardening Costs Baseline Coverage Available Devices Deployment Schedule Coverage Objectives Self-Sustaining Network June 10, 2015
  17. 17. Special Notice w/Draft RFP Documents – Proposed NPSBN Deployment Phases
  18. 18. Special Notice with Draft RFP Documents • On April 24, FirstNet Board approved release of Special Notice with Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) documents • Documents posted April 27 on FBO.gov at https://www.fbo.gov/notices/55fa4d3227d5ac0173e4613e04368c86 • Interested had 90 Days to Provide Comments or Capabilities Statements – Within those 90 days, parties had 30 days to submit questions – FirstNet received more than 670 questions • For questions, please contact the Contracting Officer at Terrie_Callahan@ibc.doi.gov 19June 10, 2015
  19. 19. Special Notice with Draft RFP Documents • FirstNet is working to maximize feedback and input through the acquisition process • The Special Notice contains instructions for industry and Public Safety to provide feedback around: – FirstNet’s approach to serving public safety – Deployment and operation of the network – Early collaboration and teaming 20June 10, 2015
  20. 20. FirstNet’s Statement of Objectives Envisions a World Class Public Safety Network 3GPP global standards for economies of scale Local control for Public Safety Users Fleet of deployables dedicated to Public Safety Priority access to the network Satellite coverage for resiliency and wilderness areas Enhanced resiliency, redundancy and hardening to ensure availability A network with enhanced cyber security 21 Device ecosystem Latest in 4G technology with built-in evolution Nationwide interoperable broadband data network Public Safety applications ecosystem June 10, 2015
  21. 21. Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP Documents – Current State 22 Phase 1-2 Phase 3-4 Phase 5 Expansion 1 Expansion 2 Contract Coverage RURAL RURALURBANSUBURBAN SUBURBAN June 10, 2015
  22. 22. Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP Documents– Phase 1-2 23 Phase 1-2 Phase 3-4 Phase 5 Expansion 1 Expansion 2 Contract Coverage RURAL RURALURBANSUBURBAN SUBURBAN FN Core Network for B14 June 10, 2015
  23. 23. Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP Documents– Phase 3-4 24 Phase 1-2 Phase 3-4 Phase 5 Expansion 1 Expansion 2 Contract Coverage RURAL RURALURBANSUBURBAN SUBURBAN FN Core Network for B14 June 10, 2015
  24. 24. Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP Documents– Phase 5 25 Phase 1-2 Phase 3-4 Phase 5 Expansion 1 Expansion 2 Contract Coverage RURAL RURALURBANSUBURBAN SUBURBAN FN Core Network for B14 June 10, 2015
  25. 25. Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP Documents– Expansion 1 26 Phase 1-2 Phase 3-4 Phase 5 Expansion 1 Expansion 2 Contract Coverage RURAL RURALURBANSUBURBAN SUBURBAN FN Core Network for B14 June 10, 2015
  26. 26. Proposed FirstNet Approach in the Draft RFP Documents– Expansion 2 27 Phase 1-2 Phase 3-4 Phase 5 Expansion 1 Expansion 2 Contract Coverage RURAL RURALURBANSUBURBAN SUBURBAN FN Core Network for B14 June 10, 2015
  27. 27. Industry Day – Focus • FirstNet provided detailed briefing on Special Notice and Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) – Significant focus on the Business Model underlying the Draft RFP • Addressed key sustainability factors, including $7 billion in cash; fees from selling excess network capacity to commercial entities; public safety subscriber fees; and synergies. • Participant feedback / questions centered around: – Acquisition, including procurement timelines – Business model concepts – Proposed operational architecture and – Coverage objectives development 28 “Even though the answers to the problems may not be easy to find, the fact that these conversations are occurring is a significant sign of progress” – Urgent Communications, May 19, 2015 82% 6% 2% 4% 3% 1% 2% Industry States Local Gov Trade Assn Federal Research Media More than 425 individuals from 250 entities participated in- person or via webcast June 10, 2015
  28. 28. FirstNet encourages Public Safety to Respond to the Special Notice and Draft RFP Documents 29 • Special Notice with Draft RFP Documents – Overview of contents of draft of RFP documents – Request for feedback on the approaches – Submission of capabilities statements • Section B Supplies or services and prices/costs • Section C Statement of Objectives (SOO)  C-1 Baseline Coverage Objective Map  C-3 Recommendations of the Interoperability Board (aka FCC Technology Advisory Board Report)  C-4 System View and Standard Views (SV-1 and StdV-1)  C-5 FirstNet Final Operational Capability– Features Standards Forecast (StdV-2)  C-6 Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP)  C-7 Operational Architecture Functional Descriptions  C-8 Initial and Final Operation Capability Target Timeline  C-9 NPSBN Use Case Definitions • Section J, Attachment J-3, Terms of Reference June 10, 2015
  29. 29. Key Elements for Desired Network OutcomesPublicSafetyUse •Quantity and quality of applications •User satisfaction •Enablement of application developers •Cloud services •Local control PublicSafetyDevices •Portfolio breadth & depth •Certification timelines •Security and malware protection •Inventory management RadioandCoreNetwork •Deployment progress •Coverage quantity and quality •Capacity •Priority & QoS profiles •Network quality •Roaming NetworkOperations •Change management •Maintenance •Outage & incident management •Resiliency •Customer care •Overall availability 30June 10, 2015
  30. 30. FirstNet Network Benefits Dedicated to Public Safety QoS, Priority & Preemption (QPP) Local Control Public Safety Apps / Services Situational Awareness Public Safety Grade 31June 10, 2015
  31. 31. Public Notice Status and Next Steps 32 • First Notice – Network Elements – Users – Fees – 63 responses • Second Notice – Technical Requirements for Equipment – Network Policies – State Plan Implementation Process – Customer, Operational, and Funding Considerations – 70 responses • Third Notice – Refining of Definition of Public Safety Entity – 54 reponses Future Notices May Finalize Interpretations or Address Additional Issues Critical to FirstNet Success June 10, 2015
  32. 32. Industry Day 33 OCT DEC NOV AUG JUN Industry Meetings Begin Public Safety Briefing Industry Day Industry Meetings End Board Meeting Industry Day / Pre-solicitation conference RFP Release Potential Opportunities for Engagement in the Year Ahead MAY Events subject to change SEP Public Notice & Comment #3 Opens Public Notice & Comment #3 Closes Special Notice Comment Period Closes JULY Special Notice & Draft RFP ReleasedAPR Board Meeting Public Notice & Comment #2 Closes Questions Due June 10, 2015
  33. 33. Stay Informed 34 SPOC List: www.firstnet.gov/consultation PSAC: www.firstnet.gov/about/public-safety- advisory-committee www.firstnet.gov • Fact Sheets • Blogs • Presentations • Current Events • Board meetings and materials • State Consultation • State/Local Outreach Activities • Public Comment • Environmental & Historic/Cultural Topics (PEIScomments@firstnet.gov) Twitter (@FirstNetGov) Google+ (+FirstNetGov) YouTube (FirstNetGov) Flickr (FirstNetGov) LinkedIn June 10, 2015
  34. 34. Thank You Edward Parkinson – Edward.Parkinson@firstnet.gov @FirstNetGov
  35. 35. Summary and Closing Remarks

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