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2 December 2009 Chris Miller PEO C4I 858-537-8779 chris.miller@navy.mil

2 December 2009 Chris Miller PEO C4I 858-537-8779 chris.miller@navy.mil

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2 December 2009 Chris Miller PEO C4I 858-537-8779 chris.miller@navy.mil

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  1. Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) Acquisition of Information Dominance 2 December 2009 Chris Miller PEO C4I 858-537-8779 chris.miller@navy.mil Statement A: Approved for public release, distribution is unlimited (23 NOVEMBER 2009)

  2. About PEO C4I • Navy C4I Key Facts • More than 170,000 C4I users • More than 5,200 radios fielded • More than 2,700 annual installations • More than 700 applications supported • Average/fielded bandwidth capability • Carrier: 4 mbps - 24mbps • Destroyer: 512 kbps - 8mbps • Submarine: 128 kbps • Average technology refresh • 18 months • Average time to market • Initial fielding: 36 months • Full Fielding: 8-10 years • Workforce • Civilian: 204 • Military: 68 • FY09 Total Obligation Authority (based on PB10) • Research & Development: $542M • Procurement, Navy: $1,004M • Operations & Maintenance, Navy: $437M • Ship Conversion, Navy: $1351M • Programs - Total: 132 • ACAT I: 8* ACAT II: 4 ACAT III & Below: 119 • Rapid Deployment Capabilities (RDCs): 1 • Platforms Supported – FY09 • Afloat: 260 Shore: 220 Expeditionary: 34 • *Includes: IAC – 3 IAM – 2 (1-DISA/1-PEO C4I) • IC – 2 PreMAIS/MDAP - 1 • updated 22 October 2009

  3. Today’s Information Environment… • The world is changing dramatically… • IT is driving the change, leading to an explosion in volume • Our C2 and networks are increasingly vulnerable … but IT is creating opportunities to dramatically increase the Navy’s warfighting capabilities 2001 513M InternetUsers 2010 1.65B InternetUsers 1995 16M Internet Users By 2049, a $1,000 computer will exceed the computational capabilities of the human race -- Shift Happens, February 8, 2007

  4. The Opportunity • We are at threshold of a new era in the history of warfare…faced with formidable challenges and game-changing opportunities • Information is no longer an enabler, but a core warfighting capability • Navy must transform to dominate in this new environment This Navy Transformation is as important as Sail to Steam… Battleships to Carriers… Nuclear Power at Sea

  5. PEO C4IStrategic Priorities PEO C4I Vision Information Dominance; Anytime, Anywhere … PEO C4I Mission Provide integrated communication and information technology systems that enable Information Dominance and the command and control of maritime forces Improve readiness of PEO C4I products and sustainment support services for the maritime forces Be the C4I Provider for maritime forces and partner organizations Shape and align programs to achieve a cost-effective, fully integrated PEO C4I portfolio Foster a proficient, agile, empowered and diverse acquisition workforce Institutionalize lean, consistent, transparent, end-to-end business processes GOALS Continuous Improvement Acquisition Excellence Leadership Be the DOD Role Model for C4I Acquisition Excellence INTEGRITY DEDICATION TO WORKFORCE FLEET FOCUS EXCELLENCE TEAMWORK INNOVATION ASN (RDA) Strategic Priorities Get the Requirements Right Make Every Dollar Count Rebuild the Acquisition Workforce Be Accountable For Disciplined Program Performance Foster a Healthy Industrial Base 5

  6. Unique Maritime Challenges • Expansive Physical Environment • From the ocean floor to outer space andeverything in between • High Volume of Data • Linking Vessel, People, Cargo, Infrastructure data from multiple and disparate sources, • Then getting it to the tactical edge in a relevant format • New Partners • Traditional: Coalition partners and Interagency organizations drive cross-domain and releasable solutions • Non-Traditional: new International and Interagency partners drive Non-classified solutions Nearly three quarters of the planet is covered by water. -- A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower

  7. Commercial Trends Network as a platform Collaborative decision making Social networking Standardization to maximize returns Data Center consolidation Supply Chain efficiency 7

  8. Information Dominance Opportunity Dilemma • We are in early stages of Wave 3 information technology • Mainframe and Client-Server waves remain in place Internet - Cloud • Waves represent many co-dependent technologies, matured over time • Virtualized compute; global network enabled • Software decoupled from hardware • Work from anywhere • Adding functional capability has become easier with each new wave • Butenterprise infrastructure gaps &vulnerabilities are far more critical Networked - Decentralized Information Driven Capability • PC enabled and network • Software distributed in both server and client computers • Work from the user location Centralized - Mainframe • Central computer center • Software in computer center only • Work brought to the computer center 1950 1960 Information Technology Evolution 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 Navy is using Wave 2 processes – but requires Wave 3 capability 8

  9. PEO C4I Strategy Meeting the Challenges • Accelerate delivery by leveraging rapid acquisition processes • Pursue common solutions and integration programs • Leverage commercial technology and innovation • More responsive to fleet readiness requirements • Increased supportability and standardization • Increased system interoperability & network security • Increased joint alignment ACQUISITION GOALS • Continue migration toward Open Architecture • Reduce applications • Reduce servers, but increase utilization & capacity • Transform application programs into community of interest service providers PROGRAM / TECHNICAL GOALS OPERATIONAL BENEFITS Jointness / Interoperability Faster Delivery Bang For The Buck

  10. Innovative AcquisitionAddressing Faster Delivery • MDA Spiral 1 • 8 Physical sites • 8 Web Access sites • 4 NCE Web Access sites • CBSP • 3 Terminal Variants • Initial Delivery SSV – 7 mos • RDC - MS C – 30 mos SSV QRA MS C ULV OA RDC MDA Development Initiated POR Initiation FRP R3B QRA 1995 2000 2005 2010 • OOMA • Client-Server • Multiple Tests/Certs • ACAT I Program Program Initiation Development Began FOC Fielding Decision Multiple DT/OT Events • GCCS-M 4.0 • Client-Server • Multiple Tests/Certs • Interdependencies ORD OPEVAL Full-Rate Production FOC Windows OS CPU Windows 7 NT Vista WIN 2K XP Quad Core Medfield Pentium 4 Pentium II Core 2 Pentium 486 Need innovative acquisition to keep pace with technology

  11. Rapid Acquisition Projects • Rapid Deployment Capabilities (RDCs): • Tailored, streamlined approach for initiating and managing development of a capability • Expedites technical, programmatic, and financial decisions as well as procurement processes • PEO C4I has executed 4 RDC programs, averaging 13 months from designation to delivery of initial capability • Urgent Operational Needs Statements (UONS): • Combatant Commander-identified life- or combat-mission-threatening need • Based on unforeseen military requirements that must be resolved in days, weeks or months • PEO C4I delivered solutions for 4 UONS within weeks • Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA): • SECNAV-directed special project • Provides threat detection, vessel tracking and anomaly detection capability, and ability to share data with law enforcement • PEO C4I delivered initial capability in 13 months Commercial Broadband Satellite Program Automatic Identification System Wireless Reachback System Subnet Relay / High Frequency Internet Protocol

  12. Open Architecture (OA)Technical Migration Strategy Communications Multi Band Software Defined IP Network Infrastructure Common Computing Environment Enterprise Services Thin Clients Achieving Speed to Capability C2 & ISR Applications Community of Interest Services 12

  13. DDG Bandwidth Mbps 125 100 50 21 18 15 12 9 6 3 0 Bandwidth Improvement DDG 2011 2009 2004 2003 SHF Timeplex 2048K INMARSAT 64k SHF/EBEM/ESEM/Ka ADNS Inc III 25000K (ADNS Inc III Objective) SHF/EBEM ADNS Inc IIB 8192K ADNS incremental upgrades, EBEM/ESEM implementation, and WGS launches enable more efficient bandwidth utilization and higher bandwidth allocations.

  14. Rapid Acquisition Networks • iPhone™ model moving forward • CANES is our key enabling program – the platform for warfighting “apps” • Separate hardware and software • ISNS EA reduced total number of racks by 30% • Case Study: GCCS-M 4.X & XCOP Facilitate Agility at Network Speed

  15. eXtensible Common Operational Picture (XCOP) • Immediate Impact on GCCS-M PoR • Materiel solution approval to IOC in 9 months • Accelerates 3.X retirement by 3 years • C2 Opportunity Drivers • INFOCON 3 (accelerate 3.X retirement) • GCCS-J delays and suitability issues • Key Capability • ONR Future Naval Capability (FNC) Effort; Trident Warrior tested • Automated Information System (AIS) Track Manager • Aug ’09 Gate Review approved XCOP as Core of GCCS-M alternate materiel solution XCOP Displays • Game Changing Opportunities • C2 Rapid Prototype Continuum (C2RPC) • Advanced ASW Toolset already fielded at CTF 74 • Maritime Tactical C2 (MTC2) • JC2C User Defined Operational Picture (UDOP) Enables Rapid Transition of Information Superiority Tools

  16. Integrated Capability DCGS-N GCCS-M CANES ADNS Individual Systems Integrated Package Seamless Capability DCGS-N NMT NMT CBSP CBSP CANES GCCS-M ADNS C4I Integration Programs Development Integration Delivery • Example: Common Submarine Radio Room • >$700M avoided • Eliminated multiple: • S/W development, sustainment & accreditation • Test & integration processes • Training pipelines • Centrally managed, open architecture • Common across all submarine classes • Leverages existing acquisition programs • Integrates GOTS, COTS, NDI

  17. Coming Soon … ASN(RDA) Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development & Acquisition) CNO Chief of Naval Operations Selected as SCC Atlantic Technical Director; reporting in January 1010 SPAWAR RADM M. Bachmann VICE DEPUTY PEO C4I Mr. Chris Miller CURRENT READINESS REPORTING PRINCIPAL MILITARY DEPUTY PRINCIPAL DEPUTY INTELLIGENCE SSC Atlantic SSC Pacific SPAWAR Space Field Activity Deployable Joint Command and Control PMW 140 Battlespace Awareness & Information Operations PMW 120 Command and Control PMW 150 Tactical Networks PMW 160 Communications PMW 170 International C4I Integration PMW 740 Carrier and Air Integration PMW 750 Ship Integration PMW 760 Submarine Integration PMW 770 Shore and Expeditionary Integration PMW 790

  18. Looking Forward • Further a unifying organizational vision and strategy • Demand partnership, collaboration and transparency • Leverage diversity and innovation • Seek ways to better connect emerging technologies and Acquisition Programs • Foster a culture of Continuous Process Improvement “When the wind of change blows some build walls, others build windmills” -- Chinese Proverb

  19. We get it. We also integrate it, install it and support it. For today and tomorrow.