Re: State Dept. at FEMA Olney, MD bunker
- I worked in this facility not to long ago. I installed a very
complex FM-200 fire suppression system for its data processing room.
Very large facility. Mostly underground.
--- In email@example.com, "Albert LaFrance"
> From a State Dept. report titled "Strategic Goal 12: Management andAgency
> Organizational Excellence", at
> http://www.state.gov/m/rm/rls/perfplan/2004/20499.htm :
> "The Department signed a MOU with the Federal Emergency Management
> (FEMA) to establish a highly survivable redundant capability for theTechnology
> Department's Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Information
> infrastructure at FEMA's Federal Support Center in Olney,Maryland. This
> facility will serve as a live mirror site for the BeltsvilleInformation
> Management Center (BIMC) and is designed to handle any disruptionto the
> Department's communications infrastructure and ensurecommunications with
> our overseas posts. Previous estimates for establishing analternate
> communication site for BIMC exceeded $500 million; this effort willcost
> approximately $7 million."
- Yes, it's a total of about 65,000 square feet, with two levels. I was told
it's the largest of the FEMA hardened regional centers.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Greenfog13" <greenfog13@...>
Sent: Friday, December 19, 2003 7:43 AM
Subject: [coldwarcomms] Re: State Dept. at FEMA Olney, MD bunker
> I worked in this facility not to long ago. I installed a very
> complex FM-200 fire suppression system for its data processing room.
> Very large facility. Mostly underground.