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Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Systems Center Pacific Fall NDIA C4I Industry Day 29 October 2014 Presented by: Ms. Carmela Keeney SSC Pacific Executive Director NDIA Ms. Keeney 29 Oct 14 Distribution A: Approved for public release distribution is unlimited.

1 From Concept to Capability…
SSC Pacific Mission From Concept to Capability… …via research, development, delivery, and support of integrated C4ISR, cyber, and space systems across all warfighting domains

2 SSC Pacific: Organization
CAPT Kurt Rothenhaus, CO Ms. Carmela Keeney, ED CAPT Kurt Rothenhaus, CO Ms Carmela Keeney, ED XO CAPT Gisele Bonitz Deputy ED John Iaia 10 – Finance Cathy Mclane 20 – Contracting Tammy Sanchez 30 – Legal Scott Miller 80 – Corporate Ops Jack Cabana 70/52 S&T and Netcentric Engineering Dr. Stephen Russell 55/58 Communications, Networks and IA Lee Zimmerman 60 Program & Project Mgmt Joe Adan H -Pacific C4ISR CDR James Knoll Alan Umeda 53/54/59 C2 , Business Systems, and T&E Bill Bonwit 56 ISR/IO Lynn Collins 40 Logistics & Fleet Support Mavis Machniak Sasebo, Japan Guam Yokosuka, Japan Senior Scientist /Technologists (STs) Decision Optimization Vacant Wireless Comms Dr. Roy Axford Nonlinear Dynamics Dr. Adi Bulsara Tactical & Enterprise Networks New Undersea Information Dominance New

3 SSC Pacific: Organization
53/54/59- C2 , Business Systems, and T&E Bill Bonwit 55/58- Communications, Networks and IA Lee Zimmerman 56- ISR/IO Lynn Collins 70/52- S&T and Netcentric Engineering Dr. Steve Russell 532- Command & Intelligence Joe Simonetti 551- Networks Marina DeGraff 561- Information Operations Greg Settelmayer 70- S&T Dr. Steve Russell 52– Netcentric Engineering Dr. Albert Legaspi 535- Tactical Systems Integration & Interop Kelly Sobon 552- Communications Philip Juarez 562- ISR Craig Wilgenbusch 715- Biosciences Mike Rothe 522- SoS & Platform Design Jodi McGee 536- C2 Technology & Experimentation Chris Rainey 553- Enterprise Communications & Networks Clark Hendrickson 564- Maritime Systems Mark Berry 717- Advanced Systems & Applied Sciences Ayax Ramirez 523- SoS & Platform Integration Art Dean 538- Integrated C2I Engineering Bruce Waldron 58- Information Assurance Elissa Huffstetler 72- Forecasting, Assess & Transition Dr. Roger Boss 54- Business Systems/EIS Donna Williamson DARPA Lead Breanna Herbers SBIR PM John Thom = Changes Since Fall 2013 59- Test & Evaluation Dan Slack

4 SSC Pacific: Organization
4.0- Logistics & Fleet Support Mavis Machniak 6.0- Program & Project Mgmt Joe Adan H-Pacific C4ISR CDR James Knoll Alan Umeda 61- Policies, Processes & Tools Mel McArthur H4H- Fleet & Installation Engineering Myles Terayama Japan CDR Scott Bailey 411- Air Space & Joint Systems Simon Chammas H53- Command & Control Wallace Fukumae Guam LCDR Sean McConnon 62- Acquisition Workforce Mgmt Gary Ivarson 412 - RF & Networks Systems Support Olga Valladares H56- ISR Chun Hui 63- Program & Project Mgmt Personnel Support Jamie Schlosser 421- Fleet Modernization and Installations Dwayne Lloyd 422- Implementation & Fleet Support Keith Kubiak 431- Systems Support & Logistics Robert Rockwell

5 Business Portfolio Managers
Deputy Executive Director John Iaia Discovery and Invention (D&I) Wadad Dubbelday Production, Installation, & In-Service Support (PII) Mark Blocksom Transport and Computing Infrastructure (TCI) James Reed Decision Superiority (DS) Joe Summa Battlespace Awareness (BA) Bryan Tollefson Business and Force Support (BFS) Linda Kusumoto Integrated Cyber Operations (ICO)  Joshua Caplan

6 Communities of Interest
Space AT/FP USMC Mobility UxV’s Modeling and Simulation COI’s cut across portfolios and competencies for common capabilities to support our customers

7 Total Obligation Authority
Customer Funding Total Obligation Authority Top 3 Appropriations RDT&E $723.9M O&M $656.3M Procurement $518.3M FY14 = $2.3B (TOA) Millions of Dollars Top 4 Sponsors SPAWAR HQ/PEOs NAVSEA HQ/PEOs US Air Force DARPA Work must be within our mission Naval priorities addressed

8 Work Acceptance & Non-Naval Work
Non-Naval Work as a % of Reimbursable Funds FY14: 75% Naval % Non-Naval Non-Naval work promotes joint/theatre interoperability, while adhering to mission alignment, advancing technical capability for the warfighter and technical competency for the workforce. SPAWAR Systems Center SES Executive Director reviews and approves all Non-Naval work.

9 Non-Naval Work Execution under Overarching Memorandum Of Agreements (OMOAs)
OMOAs are high-level guidance on non-Naval work acceptance with 9 year duration Signed by Echelon I ASN(RDA) with non-Naval Echelon I counterpart Echelon III Agreements will become annexes to the OMOA for that sponsor’s organization DASN(RDT&E) prioritized the order of OMOA development, for staffing and signature at the Echelon I level 5 OMOA’s applied across the NLCCG account for approximately 80% of current Non-Naval work. Status of these OMOA’s: DARPA : signed 21 July 14 DHS : staffed, in final legal review USAF : in staffing at AF HQ USA : drafted OSD : drafted

10 Technical Capabilities / Competencies
SSC Technical Capabilities Business Systems / Enterprise Information Systems Command and Control Communication Systems Cyber Operations C4ISR for Autonomous Systems and Robotics Enterprise and Net-Centric Systems Space Systems Test Engineering Networks Physical Security and AT/FP Systems Information Assurance & Cyber Security Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance and Information Operations Fleet Systems Engineering, Installations, Logistics, and Fleet Support Science and Technology (S&T), Research and Applied Sciences, S&T Forecasting Assessment & Transition Technical Capabilities / Competencies Health Assessment

11 Focus Areas C4ISR Resilience in a maritime environment
Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare Integrated Fires Ubiquitous and networked computing environment Mobility The Internet of Things Cloud computing in a maritime environment Counter Anti-access & Area Denial (A2/AD) C4ISR unmanned systems and autonomy Lead Systems Engineer Cyber

12 Contracts: Competition & Small Business
FY14 Small Business SSC-PAC FY14 Goal Achieved Dollars Small Business 26.00% 25.87% $225,325,708 Small Disadvantaged Business 6.00% 6.95% $60,527,830 8(a) Procedure n/a 2.79% $24,304,594 Veteran Owned Small Business 5.43% $47,268,200 Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business 1.50% 2.64% $22,957,812 Women Owned Small Business 3.50% 4.23% $36,801,814 Certified HUBZone Small Business 0.50% 1.31% $11,381,416 Total Contracted in FY14 = $886.9M

13 Contracting Opportunities
Center-wide Cyber contract will be re-competed Full and open competition Looking at opportunities for small business set-asides Network Integration Engineering Facility Support Contract will be re-competed Small business set-aside Network Engineering Services Information Systems & Network Technology Program will be re-competed Tactical Data Networks: In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) Support Contract Virtual Warehouse Single Award, Firm Fixed Price IDIQ

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15 Capabilities – Across the Full Life Cycle
Future Tomorrow Today Basic and Applied Research Engineering, Development, Test and Evaluation Installation and Support Mission Ready Conduct MIO Tasks Overall Ready Sensors NETOPS Unit Maritime Tactical C2 (MTC2) with C2 Rapid Protoyping Continuum (C2RPC) Capability C4ISR for Unmanned Vehicles Production, Installation and In-Service Support Application of Cryogenic Cooling to Signals Exploitation Consolidated Afloat Networks Enterprise Services (CANES) Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) Restoration and Repair Google Glass Solid State Crowbar Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) In-Service Support Microbial Fuel Cells: Free Power from the Mud! Integrated Cyber Operations

16 SSC Pacific Department Head
Dr. Stephen Russell SPAWAR Chief Technology Officer National Competency Lead for Science and Technology SSC Pacific Department Head


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