The U.S. Secret Service has a pivotal role in securing the nation’s critical infrastructures, specifically in the areas of cyber, banking and finance. Other directives address the need to combat transnational organized crime that targets the citizens and financial institutions of the United States. In response to the globalization of technology- based threats, the U.S. Secret Service’s investigative mission abroad is growing as well, creating the need for a heightened overseas liaison presence.
National Special Security Event (NSSE) CONOPS
During a National Special Security Event (NSSE), a Geospatial subcommittee will be formed, lead jointly by USSS and DHS, with a mix of federal state, and local government officials and law enforcement agencies. The goal of the subcommittee is to provide accurate and timely geospatial support to all stakeholders charged with securing the NSSE. This document explains what to expect from the subcommittee, and for the NSSE process in general, for communities or individuals new to the event. The document is hosted on the Geospatial Center of Excellence (GCOE) HSIN Community of Interest in the GeoCONOPS documents. A HSIN account is required to access the document.
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