Presentation on theme: "Professionalise | re-prioritise | standardise | benchmark | improve industry relationships and industry performance | lead reform Navigating the ICT maze."— Presentation transcript:
professionalise | re-prioritise | standardise | benchmark | improve industry relationships and industry performance | lead reform Navigating the ICT maze in Defence Mark Reynolds Head Commercial & Industry Programs
Minister For Defence Minister for Defence Materiel Minister for Defence Personnel and Science Parliamentary Secretary for Defence Secretary Chief of the Defence Force Defence Materiel Organisation Vice Chief of the Defence Force Joint Operations Command NavyArmyAir Force Chief Finance Officer Group Office of the Secretary and Chief of the Defence Force Chief Information Officer Group Defence Support Group Intelligence and Security Group People Strategies and Policy Group Defence Science & Technology Org Capability Development Group Australian Defence Organisation
Public Defence Capability Plan The 2011 Public DCP includes 135 projects or phases of projects worth approximately $150 billion in 2011 prices. Categorised into AIR, JOINT (JP), LAND and SEA. Updated regularly, with a new DCP to be released in 2014- 2015. http://www.defence.gov.au/dmo/id/dcp/dcp.cfm
Major Defence ICT Customers DMO CEO Warren King Annual Budget: Approx. $11 billion Staff: Approx. 7000 Acquisition and sustainment of equipment for the Australian Defence Force CIO Greg Farr Annual Budget: Approx. $700 million Staff: Approx. 7000 Acquisition and support of Defences Information Environment Deputy Secretary Defence Support Simon Lewis, PSM Annual Budget: Approx. $3.9 billion Staff: Approx. 5100 Maintenance, support and acquisition of Defence estates, estate services and infrastructure
Defence Procurement Policy Manual Principal reference document for Defence officials conducting procurement. Provides procurement officers, and others involved in the procurement process, with the policy and operational guidance necessary to comply with Commonwealth policy. http://www.defence.gov.au/dmo/gc/dppm.cfm
ESD major upcoming ICT-related projects ProjectYear of Decision Acquisition Cost DEF7013 Phase 4 - Joint Intelligence Support System FY 2011–12 to FY 2012–13 < $100m JP 1771 - Geomatic Support System FY 2014–15 to FY 2016–17 $100m–$300m JP 2030 Phase 9 - ADF Joint Command Support Environment FY 2016–17 to FY 2017–18 $100m–$300m JP 3028 Phase 1 - Defence Simulation Program FY 2013–14 to FY 2015–16 $500m–$1b Land 75 Phase 4 - Battlefield Command System FY 2012–13 to FY 2013–14 $300m–$500m
DMO - Logistics Systems Program Office ProjectYear of DecisionAcquisition Cost JP2077 Ph 2B.2 Improved Logistics Information Systems Approved$134m JP2077 Ph 2D Improved Logistics Information Systems FY 2013-14 to FY 2014- 15 $300m–$500m Minor Project Fuels and Lubricants Logistics Information System N/A$20m Michael Harwood, Director, Vendor Relationships Logistics Information Systems Branch (03) 9256 3065 | email@example.com
CIOG – Chief Information Officer Group Doing Business with CIOG http://www.defence.gov.au/cio/doing_business/ index.htm http://www.defence.gov.au/cio/doing_business/ index.htm AusTender https://www.tenders.gov.au/ https://www.tenders.gov.au/ Unsolicited Promotional Product Offers http://www.defence.gov.au/dmo/id/ic/dupg.cfm http://www.defence.gov.au/dmo/id/ic/dupg.cfm Unsolicited Innovative Proposals http://www.defence.gov.au/dmo/id/ic/duip.cfm http://www.defence.gov.au/dmo/id/ic/duip.cfm Integrated Plan of Work http://www.defence.gov.au/cio/_lib/doc/IPW.pdf More Information: CIO Group Procurement & Contracting Services e. firstname.lastname@example.org@defence.gov.au Defence Procurement Policy e. email@example.com@defence.gov.au www.defence.gov.au/ciog
DSG – Defence Support Group Budget of approx. $3.9 billion; Asset base with a gross replacement value in excess of $62 billion 4,000 civilian and 1,100 military staff (DSG also works closely with a contracted workforce to deliver support services); Environmental stewardship of over 3 million hectares of land; More than 700 leased or owned properties; and More than 25,000 built assets.
Defence, ICT and the Future Growth in demand in ICT for both the ADF and Defence Organisation; The Defence Organisation is constantly changing; Shared Services Review, etc. Opportunities for ICT industry, but requires the right attitude, skills and knowledge. Efficiency, Competitiveness and Value for Money are key. Navigating the maze can be done.
Navigating the ICT maze in Defence Mark Reynolds Head Commercial & Industry Programs