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1L UNCLASSIFIED GEMSIS Increment 2 Capability Development Document Overview & Strategy Keith Johnson J667 / Joint Frequency Management Office 1 May 2013.

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1 1L UNCLASSIFIED GEMSIS Increment 2 Capability Development Document Overview & Strategy Keith Johnson J667 / Joint Frequency Management Office 1 May 2013

2 2L UNCLASSIFIED Agenda BLUF GEMSIS Program Overview –Roadmap –Block Approach –Requirements GEMSIS Configuration Management Board Requirements Definition Package (RDP) Schedule & Next Steps

3 3L UNCLASSIFIED BLUF GEMSIS Configuration Management Board (CMB) to be held on 10 July 2013 to present the GEMSIS Increment 2 Requirements Definition Package (RDP) for approval RDP establishes block approach for implementing requirements documented in the approved GEMSIS Increment 2 Capability Development Document (CDD) DRAFT RDP will be sent out to CMB stakeholders for formal review and comment in mid-May Purpose of these sessions on 1 May and 7 May is to provide background and overview of the RDP document

4 4L UNCLASSIFIED GEMSIS Roadmap Objective: Global Spectrum Access

5 5L UNCLASSIFIED GEMSIS Block Approach

6 6L UNCLASSIFIED GEMSIS Requirements Increment 2 Capability Development Document (CDD) Dec 2011 Increment 2 Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) Oct 2010 GEMSIS Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) Jan 2006 DoD Spectrum Management Users Identified 7 near-term GEMSIS capabilities Identified 51 capability gaps to be addressed by GEMSIS Developed by DISA SPI Prioritized 11 capability gaps for Increment 2 Recommended the joint adoption of best-of- breed products available in the community Specified existing, fielded systems for adoption by GEMSIS Recommended that GEMSIS use DECC hosting to increase availability and robustness of identified systems Development led by GEMSIS Operational Sponsor (STRATCOM) Translates AoA-prioritized capability gaps into GEMSIS requirements Specifies GEMSIS services to be provided as part of Increment 2 Identifies key performance parameters (KPPs) and key system attributes (KSAs) Submitted Increment 2 CDD into the JCIDS Approval Process in coordination with JS J6 Gatekeeper, JROC approval received Feb 2012 GEMSIS Increment 2 SXXIO Stepstone Leverage JSDR Leverage AESOP Web Services Leverage GES/Intelink GEMSIS Increment 2 Services Spectrum Management Capability Fusion Frequency Assignment Spectrum Dependent Equipment Supportability Interference Resolution Spectrum Data Spectrum Situational Awareness Spectrum Modeling & Simulation (M&S) Spectrum Collaboration GEMSIS Analysis Nov 2003 GEMSIS Increment 1 HNSWDO transitioned from DSO to GEMSIS in August 2009 Inclusion of CJSMPT dependent on a successful transition from the Army Increment 2 Capability Development Document IT Box Conversion Apr 13

7 7L UNCLASSIFIED Configuration Management Board Organization & Oversight Flag-level oversight thru STRATCOM J6 & Joint Staff J6 Application and System Software Development Per year = $4.24M Lifecycle Cost = $21.21M (FY12-22) Rationale: Provide web-based Integrated Spectrum Desktop (ISD) capability for Spectrum Capability Fusion that will integrate and serve as the single entry point for users to access GEMSIS spectrum capabilities (HNSWDO, CJSMPT, SXXIO, and Stepstone), provide interface for leveraging JSDR, AESOP, GES and Intelink services, and provide web service entry points for interfacing with additional services Key Performance Parameters KPP#1 Net-Ready KPP#2 System Availability KPP#3 Critical Incident Management Hardware Refresh and System Enhancements & Integration Per year = $10.37M Lifecycle Cost = $130.68M (FY12-22) Rationale: Maintain operational environments and services supporting those environments, address software defects, and implement approved system enhancements “Boundaries” JROC-Approved GEMSIS Increment 2 Oversight – STRATCOM J6 & Joint Staff J6 Execute – DISA/GEMSIS PMO Co-Chairs Joint Staff J6 & STRATCOM J6 Members Service & COCOM Representatives GEMSIS Operational Sponsor

8 8L UNCLASSIFIED Configuration Management Board (cont.) GEMSIS CMB Charter signed in January 13 –Delegated by JROC to provide requirements organization and oversight –Co-chaired by STRATCOM/J6 and the Joint Staff/J6 DDC4/CYBER –Ensure GEMSIS IS CDD KPP and KSA capabilities are developed within estimated development & sustainment costs –Separate body and function than GEMSIS Configuration Control Board (CCB) CMB focused on Increment 2 requirements only –Increment 3 and beyond will be addressed in future JCIDS documents

9 9L UNCLASSIFIED Requirements Definition Package RDP refines the IS CDD KPPs and KSAs with GEMSIS block approach Addresses production elements specific to Increment 2 Co-developed between the operational sponsor and PMO CMB is the validation and approval authority for RDP CMB validates and approves block approach in Requirements Definition Package for implementing IS CDD requirements

10 10L UNCLASSIFIED RDP Outline 1.DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY –1.1 Capability Gap –1.2 Overall Mission Area Description –1.3 Description of the Proposed Product/Capability –1.4 Supporting Analysis: DOTMLPF –1.5 Operational and Support Concept 2.CURRENT METHODS AND PROCEDURES –2.1 Existing System Shortfalls –2.2 Projected Threats 3.CAPABILITIES REQUIRED –3.1 Key Performance Parameters (KPPs) –3.2 Key System Attributes (KSAs) 3.2.1Interoperability 3.2.2Human Interface Requirements 3.2.3Logistics and Readiness 3.2.4Other System Characteristics

11 11L UNCLASSIFIED RDP Outline (cont.) 4.SYSTEM SUPPORT –4.1.1 Service Desk Services –4.1.2 Hosting Services –4.1.3 PDSS Services 5.IMPACTS –5.1 User Organizational Impacts –5.2 User Operational Impacts –5.3 User Developmental Impacts 6.FORCE STRUCTURE 7.SCHEDULE 8.SYSTEM AFFORDABILITY

12 12L UNCLASSIFIED RDP Requirement Prioritization (Example) KSAFunction Attribute: Provide a streamlined frequency request and assignment capability that: Block Implemented KSA 5.1 Frequency Assignment Allows for the data entry, review and submission of frequency requests in prevailing data standards Block 2 KSA 5.2 Frequency Assignment Enables frequency coordination, deconfliction, nomination, assignment request and submittal of comments Block 2 KSA 5.3 Frequency Assignment Provides access to frequency request coordination statusBlock 2 KSA 5.4 Frequency Assignment Automatically interfaces to NTIA spectrum management systemsBlock 2 KSA 5.5 Frequency Assignment Automatically performs compliance checks of frequency requests against US&P regulations Block 2 KSA 5.6 Frequency Assignment Provides portability for installation, configuration and operation across independent environments and enclaves Block 3

13 13L UNCLASSIFIED Schedule & Next Steps

14 14L UNCLASSIFIED Questions

15 15L UNCLASSIFIED Backup

16 16L UNCLASSIFIED GEMSIS Key Capability Areas (Increment 1 & 2) Streamlined DoD Host Nation coordination capability with near real-time access to current, relevant spectrum-related information Near real-time capability for the access and exchange of spectrum related data Centralized capability that enables access to existing enterprise collaboration services Streamlined spectrum use capability that consolidates and displays available, existing spectrum * Integrated Spectrum Desktop (ISD) Streamlined M&S capabilities (e.g., Comms & EW Deconfliction, Coverage Analysis, Intermod Analysis, Inter-Site & VHF/UHF/SHF Propagation, Frequency Overlap & Nomination) * JSDR * SXXIO * JSDR, SXXIO * (Intelink) JSIRO * CJSMPT, AESOP, SXXIO * HNSWDO, Stepstone, E2ESS * Intelink (JSIRO), GES Streamlined electromagnetic interference (EMI) resolution capability Streamlined frequency request and assignment capability Centralized capability that enables integration, interface, and federation of spectrum management services GEMSIS Key System Attributes (KSAs) Spectrum Management Capability Fusion Spectrum Supportability Interference Resolution Frequency Assignment Spectrum Collaboration Spectrum Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Spectrum Situational Awareness Spectrum Data DoD Spectrum Management Users

17 17L UNCLASSIFIED GEMSIS Program Overview Program Management Office ACAT III Program of Record; Milestone Decision Authority: DISA CAE Transforms spectrum operations to a responsive and agile capability to request, assign, allocate, and deconflict portions of the electromagnetic spectrum End-to-end spectrum supportability and frequency assignment Software definable radio waveform spectrum management support Strategic spectrum management planning Modeling and simulation for mission planning, rehearsal, and acquisition Increased common picture of spectrum situational awareness of friendly and hostile forces Vision: To be the premier provider of enterprise spectrum capabilities and services supporting the needs of the DoD and the Warfighter. Mission: Develop, deploy and sustain a joint information system of integrated spectrum capabilities that will enhance the Warfighter’s ability to effectively and efficiently manage the electromagnetic battlespace to enable information superiority. Strategic Goals: Transform DoD spectrum management operations by providing a joint array of enterprise, electromagnetic, spectrum services and capabilities in support of war fighting operations. Initiate development and implementation of net-centric spectrum management services/capabilities to influence/facilitate the implementation of emerging technologies (e.g. cloud capabilities). Advance the operational value proposition and solidify Global Electromagnetic Spectrum Information System (GEMSIS) as the spectrum solution provider for DoD. Continue to develop a dynamic, effective, and efficient organization responsive to warfighter needs and requirements.

18 18L UNCLASSIFIED GEMSIS System Descriptions Application NameFunction Integrated Spectrum Desktop Enables the GEMSIS near-term end state and will provide a common spectrum management environment supporting the integration of data, workflow, application, user and common services through a net-centric Service Oriented Architecture. Based on the DoD Storefront Capability that will provide a marketplace for applications across DoD. SXXIO Joint online SM tool supporting DoD management of the RF spectrum in support of operations. Provides integrated mapping, visualization tools, compliance checking and engineering analysis capabilities to support engineers and spectrum managers. JSDR Comprehensive repository of spectrum management data supporting sources/web services compliant with the MCEB Pub 8 data standard End-to-End Spectrum Supportability HNSWDO A web server-based application that provides access to, and maintenance of, host nation spectrum supportability requests and comments Stepstone Online resource for data capture of parametric information for spectrum dependent equipment supporting the spectrum certification and spectrum supportability processes CJSMPT Capability that enables spectrum managers to formulate spectrum requirements, request frequencies, and make preliminary assignments. In addition, it provides an enhanced capability to identify potential RF spectrum conflicts, develop solutions, and inform leadership of impacts to operations. AESOP Web Services Navy integrated operational radar, combat system, and comm. frequency planning tool; identifies optimal frequency use and distance separation; M&S for EMI determination Enterprise/ Collaborative Services GES DISA enterprise capabilities that provide for DoD Content, people, and service discovery; enterprise service management, messaging, web conferencing, chat collaboration, metadata registry Intelink Worldwide Wiki based information exchange capability for DoD. Collaboration with tools (e.g. JSIRO). NGA Map Data Provides integrated mapping tool.


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