The GIS program in the Critical Infrastructure Protection Division provides geospatial support and collaboration to develop and enhance regional GIS activities and strengthen Federal, State, local government and private sector partnerships through coordination with the Homeland Infrastructure Foundation-Level Database (HIFLD) Working Group, Sacramento Regional GIS Users Group, Bay Area Regional GIS Council (BAR-GC), and the California Homeland Security Geospatial Working group. The national geospatial asset links are brought together to make it easier to access, search, and browse through over 400,000 maps, datasets, and services.
- DHS One View: the primary visualization capability for Geospatial Information Infrastructure (GII). A HSIN account is required in order to access this GIS tool. DHS computers must use Google Earth Pro; however, non-DHS users can access the tool with just HSIN credentials and the free version of Google Earth** (https://gii.dhs.gov/oneview)
- The Homeland Infrastructure Foundation-Level Data (HIFLD) Working Group: this working group was established to address desired improvements in collection, processing, sharing, and protection of homeland infrastructure geospatial information across multiple levels of government and to develop a common foundation of homeland infrastructure data to be used for visualization and analysis on all classification domains. CIKR datasets, such as HSIP Freedom, are available at this site as well as registration for HIFLD Working Group meetings. (https://www.hifldwg.org/)
- Natural Hazards Support System: provides information on various natural hazards events that are occurring both in the United States and around the world (http://nhss.cr.usgs.gov/index.shtml)
- Homeland Security Information Network: the login page to this network (https://cs.hsin.gov). A Homeland Security Information Network account can be obtained through firstname.lastname@example.org
- Natural Geologic Map Database: Geoscience resource for maps and related data about geology, hazards, earth resources, geophysics, geochemistry, geochronology, paleontology, and marine geology (http://ngmdb.usgs.gov/)
- Geo.Data.gov: largest web-based access at a single-point for maps, government data, and geospatial services - an official website of the US Government (http://geo.data.gov/)