Presentation on theme: "HAILS AND FAREWELLS HAILS SAAL-ZG SAAL-ZP cont… Mr. Christopher Sarokhan (BAH) SAAL-ZL Mr. Glen Carthron MAJ Anthony Archibald ACA Ms. Valerie Johnson."— Presentation transcript:
4 HAILS SAAL-ZG SAAL-ZP cont… Mr. Christopher Sarokhan (BAH) SAAL-ZLMr. Glen CarthronMAJ Anthony ArchibaldACAMs. Valerie JohnsonMs. Glenda MaldenMr. Michael CooperMr. Victor HowardMr. Mary Ann Gaskins-FryeMr. John WilliamsSAAL-ZPMs. Carol McIntyreMs. Megan McNultyMs. Jestina Shearin-BestSAAL-ZP cont…Ms. Barbara TrujilloMr. Steve WeidnerSAAL-ZRMr. Glenn AntonacopoulosSAAL-ZTDr. Jeff SingletonMr. Allan McClendonMs. Erin ShanahanMr. Juan FrancoMr. Joseph GarciaMs. Freda Gibbs-HutchersonMr. Mark FalkeySAAL-MSMr. Jerry Montgomery
5 FAREWELLS SAAL-ZR Mr. Craig Olson SAAL-ZS COL Craig Tallman SAAL-ZN Ms Georgia ChislumSAAL-ZTDr. Marilyn FreemanSAAL-MSMr. Greg JonesSAAL-ZSCOL Craig TallmanSAAL-ZCMs. Cheryl MaggioACAMs. Peggy ButlerSAAL-ZPMs. Barbara BinneyMr. Mike GallagherMr. Craig KurtzMr. Pete StemniskiMs. Shirley WarnerMr. John Williams
10 Deputy Assistant Secretary for Elimination of Chemical Weapons SAAL-ZCDeputy Assistant Secretary for Elimination of Chemical WeaponsMr. Dale Ormond
11 SAAL-ZCAchieved the 45% chemical agent destruction milestone six months ahead of scheduleSafely destroyed over 3,000 tons of chemical agentSignificantly reduced the risk to the public by destroying the last of the Army stockpiled Sarin (GB)Transported 4,450 loads of chemical weapons from storage to disposal facilities without incident
12 SAAL-ZCSuccessfully shipped Newport wastewater to an off-site facility for final disposal which translates to a savings of over $300 million to the American taxpayer.100% Destruction of all Former Chemical Weapon Production FacilitiesPrioritized safety and achieved OSHA Reportable Injury Rate of less the 1.0
14 Deputy Assistant Secretary for Integrated Logistics Support SAAL-ZLDeputy Assistant Secretary for Integrated Logistics SupportMr. Wimpy Pybus
15 SAAL-ZLDeveloped and published comprehensive Performance Based Logistics policy guidance.Revised Type Classification and Materiel Release policy guidance to achieve Type Classification Standard and Full Materiel Release for systems to proceed into full rate production.Collaborated with Program Offices, UH-72A, UH-60M, CH-47F and Standard Integrated Command Post System (SICPS) to achieve Type Classification Standard and Full Materiel Release before full rate production and assisted Apache in achieving full materiel release for 20 year old AH-64A.Assisted Program Managers in developing and submitting plans to OSD for Item Unique Identification implementation.Developed a comprehensive methodology for conducting Core Logistics Analysis, Core Depot Assessments, and Source of Repair decisions for depot maintenance planning for Army weapon systems.
17 SAAL-ZN Mr. Keith Webster Deputy Assistant Secretary for Defense Exports and CooperationDASA DE&CMr. Keith WebsterRepresented by: Mr. Charles Wray
18 Build Partner Capacity SAAL-ZNBuild Partner CapacityTrain & Equip Iraq and Afghan Security ForcesOIF/OEF/GWOT PartnersBuild Partner CapacityTrain & Equip Iraq and Afghan Security Forces: Gained Army approval to divert/rapidly procure critical assets – small arms, ammunition, communications gear, mobility systems and other capabilities needed to get Iraq and Afghan Security Forces in the fight.OIF/OEF/GWOT Partners: Diverted critical capabilities from Army inventory/production - LCMR, LBPWS, C2 systems, Javelin, small arms, ammo, NVDs, Up Armored HMMWVs and other capabilities resulting in increased combat effectiveness and improved interoperability with US Forces.
19 Build Partner Capacity SAAL-ZNBuild Partner CapacityAS/CA/UK/U.S. Blast Protection PANew Senior National Representatives (Army) (SNR [A]) (5 Power: France, Germany, Italy, UK & U.S.) MOUAS/CA/UK/U.S. Blast Protection PA focuses on the development of new individual protection against blast weapons by modeling the behavior of shock waves, determining capabilities of current weapon systems, identifying deficiencies in current protection, and researching new blast defense methodsA simulation shows how shock moves through the new material. Red and yellow show the brunt of the force. The sound wave (green) generated by the shock strikes deeper grains before the main shock does, showing that the shock is already being dissipated.New Senior National Representatives (Army) (SNR [A]) (5 Power: France, Germany, Italy, UK & U.S.) MOUOSD delegated the Army authority to negotiate a new SNR (A) MOU.Framework agreement will allow RDT&E familiarization visits, information exchanges, Working Groups, PAs, Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations, loans of equipment and material, and Cooperative Program Personnel assignments.
20 Support to the Industrial Base Support to the Industrial Base SAAL-ZNSupport to the Industrial BaseCongressional Notification of proposed sales of US weapon systemsSale of 30 AH64D Apaches to TaiwanSupport to the Industrial BaseCongressional Notification of proposed sales of US weapon systems: $20.9B in FY 07. Each $B represents ~ 20,000 defense sector jobs.Sale of 30 AH64D Apaches to Taiwan: The sale will fill the U.S. Army’s production gap of Apache Block II/III in CY11. It will fund the maritime frequency extension to the FCR - a $50M saving to the U.S. Army and provide the capability to the Army 3 years early.
21 Support the Industrial Base SAAL-ZNSupport the Industrial BaseChanging the Security Cooperation Business ModelAdvocacyEntrepreneurial Export PolicySupport the Industrial BaseCHANGING THE SECURITY COOPERATION Business ModelTo engage all of our tools in support of industrial based readiness – key projects/capabilities: SLAMRAAM, NVD, JAVELIN, EXCALIBURADVOCACY – FCS Fast Track Licensing, ExemptionsENTREPENEURIAL EXPORT POLICY – 3 Policies published and Rewriting 6 moreINDUSTRY OUTREACH – House CallsIndustry outreach5
22 SAAL-ZG Deputy Assistant Secretary for Strategy and Performance PlanningMr. Edward Walters, IIIRepresented by: Ms. Doby Bokinsky
23 SAAL-ZG Lean Six Sigma/ Balanced Score Card CACO Actions 07-08 Weapon Systems HandbookStrategic Communication PlanOASA(ALT) WebsiteSpeeches and Briefings
24 Deputy for Acquisition and Systems Management SAAL-ZSDeputy for Acquisition and Systems ManagementMG Paul Izzo
25 SAAL-ZS Current Soldier Army Combat Helmet & Accessories PVS 14 Monocular Night Vision Device & AccessoriesInterceptor Body Armor, ESAPI, DAP*, Side Plates*, IOTVClose Combat OpticGlovesPEQ-2A Infrared LightArmy Combat Uniform (ACU)M4 Carbine (Modular)Knee & Elbow PadsInfantry Combat Boot Type II (Tan)Protective Eyewear (Wiley X)Thermal Weapons Sight II (Light)
26 Future Combat Systems (FCS) SAAL-ZSFuture Combat Systems (FCS)Traction Drive SystemNLOS – LS TestMULEClass IV UAV
27 SAAL-ZSAviation Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) and Common Missile Warning System (CMWS) Program
28 Actual for 11 Month Period SAAL-ZSZS Taskings(Est. for 2007)Actual for 11 Month Period(As of 28 Nov 07)2410# of TaskingsCalendar Year-Source: HQDA Tracking System
29 ACA Director Army Contracting Agency Mr. Byron Young Represented by: Ms. Gabrielle Ward
30 ACAProvided continuous contracting support to the following Army Commands: IMCOM, ATEC, TRADOC, FORSCOM, MDW, NETCOM PEO-EIS, CIO-G6, MEDCOM, USAR, Army Secretariat, ARSTAFF, OSD, Joint Staff, USAREUR, USARPAC, USARSO, 8th Army, 3rd Army, USAF In KoreaIncreased the Contracting actions from 154,000 to 173,000 and dollars obligated from $14.2B to $15.8BIncreased Small Business Awards by $1 Billion - $399 Million* awarded to Service Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) (*Highest in the history of the Army).Awarded major IT contracts for CONUS Theater Network Operations Centers (C-TNOSC) and Information Technology Enterprise Solutions Hardware valued at $5B
31 ACAThe US Army Contracting Command Americas/410th CSB deployed to provide contingency contracting support to US Army North during the California Wild Fires, October 2007 and awarded a multiple award Humanitarian Assistance Program (HAP) Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantify (IDIQ) contract in support of US Southern Command.The US Army Contracting Command Korea/411th CSB participated in EXEVAL (Apr) coupled with an “Ulchi Focus Lens and RSOI Exercises demonstrating USACCK/411th CSB’s capability to “Fight Tonight”.The US Army Contracting Agency – Pacific awarded MEDEVAC contract support for USARPAC replacing deployed military capability
33 OASA(ALT) Perspective Contracting$4,420,843,256,821 (Base and All Options Value)152 ActionsProgramsOver 550 Systems (ACAT I, II, & III)Congressional Affairs Contact Officer (CACO )Over 600 Questions for the Record434 Congressional Inquiries12 HearingsStaff Action Control Office (SACO)8,000 to 10,000 per year