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United States Army Signal Network Enterprise Center

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United States Army Signal Network Enterprise Center

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  1. United States Army Signal Network Enterprise Center “Mission, Technology, and Partnerships” One Team, One Network!

  2. The Nation Salutes……… • Army Civilian Corps Creed • I am an Army Civilian - a member of the Army Team • I am dedicated to our Army, our Soldiers and Civilians • I will always support the mission • I provide stability and continuity during war and peace • I support and defend the Constitution of the United States and consider it an honor to serve our Nation and our Army • I live the Army values of Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage • I am an Army Civilian Mr. Fred Chapel

  3. Mission

  4. Mission: Providing information technology operational base services by committing to cost effectiveness, reliability and professionally executed technological services "in the heart of San Antonio," enabling battle command and information superiority readiness supporting Joint, Combined and Army forces. VISION: To build a highly competent and disciplined workforce providing first class technology services and productssupporting JBSA, worldwide contingencies and the working environment for thousands of Military, Civilians and Families today and in the future. We are JBSA’s Information Management Team www.samhouston.army.mil/nec

  5. How we do our Mission • Provide Information Assurance & Computer Network • Defense • Provide Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and • Information Management (C4IM) support to JBSA's • stakeholders • Explore, leverage and implement new technologies • Force Protection (network-centric/physical) • Provide sustaining base information technology • Build and sustain the NEC • “To do this we balance” Award Wining NEC of the Year ”Medium Category” Army Level 2011 106th Signal Brigade 2012 MISSION PEOPLE + CULTURE CHANGE

  6. Command Structure Fort Lewis Umatilla Fort McCoy (USAR) Detroit Ars SierraArmy Depot Rock Island Arsenal Iowa AAP Hawthorne AD Tooele AD Concord MOT Lake City AAP Deseret Chem Depot Fort Riley Fort Carson Dugway Proving Ground Riverbank Pueblo Depot Fort Leavenworth Presidio of Monterey Kansas AAP Fort Leonard Wood Fort Irwin Combat Support Training Center & Camp Parks (West Coast Garrison) Fort Sill McAlester AAP Yuma Proving Ground White Sands Missile Testing Center Red River AD Lone Star AAP Fort Huachuca Fort Bliss Fort Hood Fort Sam Houston 106th Corpus Christi AD Fort Buchanan, PR

  7. Information Technology/Information Assurance: · Operate computer Customer Service Center support · Network configuration and management · Manage JBSA – FSH enterprise web services · Manage and maintain all e-mail servers · Manage the unclassified (NIPRNet)/classified (SIPRNet) LandWarNet. · Provide installation network security · Virus protection · Manage the information assurance compliance program · Network accreditation (DIACAP) · Information Management Officers (IMO)/Information Assurance Security Officers (IASO) training · Video Teleconferencing Our Services Plans and Architecture: · Plan, manages, and monitors all Military Construction, Army (MCA) and Base Re-alignment Closure (BRAC) · Installation network planning and expansion for both unclassified (NIPRNet)/classified (SIPRNet) LandWarNet · Plans and manages the implementation of the Installation, Information, Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3MP) · Engineer JBSA – FSH unique solutions for new systems Architecture · Quality Assurance/Quality Control · Service Level Management/Inter-Service Agreements Business Management: · Wireless Communications Services · Cost and Asset Mgmt / Budget · Information technology (IT) Policy and Gov- ernance; business standards · IT Acquisition/contract management · IT business practices and policies · Copier Management · IT Unit Status Reports/IT Metrics/GFEBS · Logistical Support

  8. Senior Mission Commander Support SMC’s ‘voice’ regarding Information Technology operations • Information Management Steering Committee: Focus is senior level • chief information officers installation-wide (established Nov 12) • Campaign Plan Focus • Integration role of Army IT enterprise service supporting • Homeland Defense, Civil Support and Security Cooperation • Joint Base San Antonio-wide IT readiness supporting Joint, Combined, • Army forces and the working environment for thousands of Military, • Civilians and Families today and in the future Partners in Excellence “Serving the heart of San Antonio”

  9. Technology

  10. Operationalizing Requirements and Resources • Standardize Top Level Architecture (TLA) to provide a more efficient architecture • Avoid costs, reduce potential attack surface, improve Network Operations • and Computer Network Defense • Enable enterprise initiatives and uniform service delivery

  11. Campaign Line of Efforts

  12. Enterprise Initiatives System Center Configuration Manager Army Data Center Consolidation Plan (ADCCP) HBSS Current Future Enterprise Email

  13. Partnerships Providing support, education, and encouragement

  14. Why Partnerships? • Raises expectations of accelerated growth through faster access to technologies in addition to gained learning experiences (knowledge sharing) • Assist the development of organizations and entities in their individual efforts to ‘simply catch up’ • Can play a major role in mobilizing resources and technical expertise to upgrade outdated infrastructure

  15. “Being a partner; participation; association; joint interest” Universities, technical / Junior Colleges, etc….. Education: It must be a real collaboration between practitioners who have the passion for unlocking the potential in every technologists who have a passion for what technology makes possible. Wireless services are a necessary mean of transformation as its communications transport, which is even more important during natural disasters. • Serves the military, government, industry, and academia; advances professional knowledge and relationships in the fields of communications, IT, intelligence, and global security. Green Technologies

  16. Questions? “Mission, Technology, and Partnerships” NEC Customer Appreciation Day, April 25, 2013