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1 AFCEA San Diego Chapter Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command The Navy’s Information Dominance Achieved Through ContractingJune 19, 2012Presented to:AFCEA San Diego ChapterBrieferCAPT Scott Hoffman,Deputy Director for ContractsSpace and Naval Warfare Systems CommandStatement A: Approved for public release, distribution is unlimited (18 JUNE 2012)
2 SPAWAR Org ChartChief of Naval OperationsAssistant Secretary of the Navy, Research, Development and AcquisitionAssistant Secretary of the Army, Acquisition, Logistics and Technology- SPAWAR is an Echelon II systems command whose Commander, Rear Adm. Brady, reports directly to the CNO for operational matters.- We partner with three Program Executive Offices and one Joint Program Executive Office. The PEOs are Echelon II acquisition commands that report directly to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition, the Navy’s chief weapons buyer.- PEO C4I develops a wide variety of C4I capabilities.- PEO Enterprise Information Systems is primarily responsible for NMCI, the Navy’s shore based network.- PEO Space Systems is the Navy element of the National Reconnaissance Office and is primarily responsible for DoD’s narrowband satcomm, the current Ultra High Frequency Follow On program and the next generation Mobile User Objective System.- JPEO JTRS(Joint Tactical Radio System) develops software defined radio capabilitiies for the joint warfighter.
3 Fleet Readiness Directorate Who is Team SPAWAR?COMMANDERRADM Patrick BradyVice CommanderDeputy CommanderRod SmithPEO EISRADM "Grunt" SmithPEO C4IRDML Jerry BurroughsPEO Space SystemsRDML Jerry Burroughs(Acting)Fleet Readiness DirectorateRDML Chuck RaineyJPEO JTRSBG Michael Williamson5.0Chief EngineerRDML James Rodman, Jr.6.0Acquisition/Program ManagementLes Hubbard1.0FinanceSteve Dunn2.0ContractsTim Dowd4.0Logistics & Fleet SupportMartin Brown3.0LegalHarold Cohn8.0Corporate OperationsKimberly Kesler7.0Science & TechnologyRobert WolborskyEchelon III ActivitiesSPAWAR Space FieldActivityCAPT Christian Becker(Acting)SPAWAR Systems Center PacificCAPT Joe Beel, COCarmela Keeney, EDSPAWAR Systems Center AtlanticCAPT Mark Glover, COChristopher Miller, TD
4 2.0 HQ Organization Chart TIM DOWD DIRECTOR FOR CONTRACTS 2.2 SSC PAC 2.2 SSC LANTDCAA LIAISONCAPTAIN SCOTT HOFFMANDEPUTY DIRECTORDCMA LIAISONSPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTORExecutive SecretaryAdministrative AssistantAdministrative Officer2.1ACAT2.2Non ACAT2.3Policy & Strategic Initiatives2.1.1C2 BRANCH2.1.2ISR/COMMS BRANCH2.1.3NETWORKS BRANCH2.1.4JPEO JTRS BRANCH2.1.5PEO EIS BRANCH2.3.1POLICY BRANCH2.3.2PAPERLESSBRANCH2.3.3APEO-C BRANCH
5 Vision and Priorities at Team SPAWAR VISION: Making the Navy’s Information Dominance Vision a RealityPRIORITIES:Keeping the Fleet Ready to FightThe Fleet comes first. We will actively engage with the Fleet, improving C4I support to the warfighter by reducing baselines, delivering the right capability and providing robust sustainment of our systems.Build Information Dominance Technical AuthorityWe will realign our engineering workforce and grow their technical depth and breadth in order to develop and implement a System-of-Systems approach that enforces government insight, oversight and baseline control for all Navy Information Technology (IT) systems to effectively manage acquisitions and drive integration and interoperability into the Navy’s IT portfolio.Focus on Work Integral to the Navy’s FutureAs we align with the CNO’s Sailing Directions, we must part with programs, roles, and processes that are not integral to the Department of the Navy’s future vision or a core element of our mission.
6 SPAWAR Contracting Mission, Vision, and Guiding Principles The Mission of the Team is to:Provide our customers with effective and efficient business solutions for acquisition-related issues in support of the mission of Team SPAWARThe Team’s Vision:We understand our customers’ needs and exceed their expectations by providing cost-effective, responsive and quality contracting; Innovative acquisition techniques and business strategies; Partnership with the business communityThe Mission and Vision are achieved through adherence to the following Guiding Principles:Support the Fleet: Our customers come first. Always remember that our decisions affect the lives of the men and women who protect our country.Collaborate through Teamwork: Work together to provide continuing professional development, state-of-the-art tools, and authority to achieve results.Deliver Best Value to the Customer; Achieve Efficiency: Increase efficiency of operations through continuous process improvement.Be Accountable; Foster Innovation: Dedicate ourselves to acquisition excellence and innovation.Develop Our People: Optimize work environment and quality of life. Display a positive attitude, work hard, and have fun.Be Transparent: Value, respect, and communicate openly with one another.
7 SPAWAR Contracting Ethical Standards AS A SPAWAR CONTRACTING PROFESSIONAL I WILL:Stand up and do the right thing to ensure integrity and fairness of the procurement systemI make the tough decisions and I stand by others in the acquisition workforce who do the same.I accept that my judgment will be scrutinized and I welcome constructive review.I disclose waste, fraud and abuse when I suspect it exists.Never award a contract at the expense of integrityI award contracts that are consistent with the policy, regulations, rules and laws.I ensure decisions are made with sound judgment and prudent business acumen, without regard for personal gain.Know the fundamentals, think innovatively, and remain focused on the detailsI maintain the appropriate level of proficiency and keep myself technically competent in this ever-evolving career field.I ensure my decision-making is well-founded, impartial and documented thoroughly.Care for one another by sharing our knowledge and experiencesI am committed to upholding a culture recognized for its competency, integrity, courage and professionalism.I am committed to ensuring my experiences, knowledge and skills are shared with fellow contracting professionals.Passionately protect the image of our Navy, SPAWAR our contracting professionI accept that compliance, credibility, and long-term reputation are more important than short-term gains.I ensure internal and external stakeholders in the acquisition process are aware of my commitment to the guiding principles and acquisition standards and regulations.I expect others in my profession to adhere to these principles and my mentoring and actions will reflect this expectation.
8 SPAWAR HQ Contracts Business Base SPAWAR HQ 2.0 support multiple customers and programsPEO C4I, PEO SPACE Systems, PEO LMW, PEO EIS, and JPEO JTRSProgram DesignationsACATACATACATACATNON-ACAT 94
9 2.0 Contracts Competency Business and Acquisition Excellence Provide innovative acquisition solutionsUnlimited contracting authority$7.827B awarded in FY11Use all contract types (CPFF, CPIF, FFP, FPI)Small Business 21.34%Contract Workload$1.49 Billion(Contract Actions 28,804 FY11)$ BillionSmall Business to date is 17.89%series contract specialists
10 FY12 YTD- Awarded Contracts “Continued activity of new contracting opportunities.”Data date: 6/7/2012
11 SPAWAR Claimancy YTD as of June 07, 2012 Small Business Statistics GoalAchievedSB Prime20.25%19.72%SDB6.60%7.71%SDVOSB1.70%2.47%WOSB3.30%4.30%HUBZone.90%1.73%Data includes all SPAWARData is collected from Federal Procurement Data System, Next Generation (FPDS-NG) Achievements report.“FY11 Results” Small Business eligible dollars totaled $3.058B according to FPDS-NG when querying for specific date ranges comparable to FY12 query.“FY12 Results” are based on eligible dollars as of April 5, ($2.322B)FPDS-NG statistics are subject to change depending on future eligible dollars.
12 IT Acquisition Approval Process (ITAAP) – Purpose Gain visibility and ultimately achieve strategic sourcing of all IT procurement.Additionally, this effort will provide a single enterprise-wide approval process for attaining a consistent, repeatable, automated capability for IT procurement transparency, cost containment, and IT efficiency reductions.Gain insight into decision-making information in FY12.
13 ITAAP – ApproachSingle Approval Authority and Contracting Oversight for all IT ProcurementsDoes not consolidate budget within a Single BSOBSOs/EIIs retain control and flexibility with mission driven IT SpendITAAP – Use an existing tooI to speed and ease implementationITPR under $500K – Echelon II Control but info SPAWARITPR equal to or greater than $500K – Requires SPAWAR Tech Authority and Acquisition approvalOver $1M requires BCAOver $10M requires R3B approval
14 ITAAP within NAV-IDAS ITAAP Navy Information Dominance Approval System (NAV-IDAS)Echelon II CommandsDDCIO (N)Ech II CIO RecommendsProcurement RequestsIT Expenditure Approval Authority (ITEAA)> $500K< $500KITAAPTechnical/Acquisition EndorsementSPAWARBSO Approves/ Sends FundsIT Tech Authority (CHENG)BSO 39 / Contracts(IT Spend Visibility)Info ITPRBSO Approves/ Sends FundsDistributed Contracting Authorities
15 Requirements and Resource Sponsors ComplexityASN RDA/MDA/PMOPNAV N2N6/Requirements and Resource SponsorsDON CIODDONCIOCommand CIOsPPBE IT RequirementsIT Acquisition (Develop, Test, Produce, Install)Requirements ValidationIT Policy & ComplianceIT Expenditure & MonitoringIT Portfolio ManagementIT Policy DevelopmentIT Compliance OversightIT Reporting (Budget)DON Enterprise Architecture FrameworkIT GovernanceIT Expenditure ReportingIT Efficiency workRequirements GenerationFleet InputIT PolicyComplianceTech AuthorityManagersFunctional AreaEchelon II CIOs: Implement & execute all IT IM/IT/IRM responsibilities on behalf of the Echelon I for their respective IT portfolio