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1 Funding ($K) - Proposed MD SAVE JCTD Candidate Questions (Summary)Operational Problem:Warfighters are burdened with overcrowded workspace and cumbersome physical infrastructure caused by multiple computer workstations at every level of classification. USCENTCOM alone supports eight separate domainsRapid increase in requirement for high definition & 3D videoSpecifics: JCTD will demonstrate the capability to :Simultaneously access multiple virtual information domains from a single workstationDeliver high definition & 3D video while accessing multiple domainsFlexibly create domains and connect/disconnect domain accessReduce multi-domain network infrastructureSave space, weight, and power consumptionLeverage this technology in garrison, forward & warfighting environmentsCertify capability under SABI and TSABITechnologies:Black Channel Zero Client DesktopHardware accelerated multi-domain end user deviceDelivers large graphics, simultaneous display of multiple domainsRequirement:Infrastructure reduction, must be quickly deployable, set up tactical multi-domain environmentReduce number and complexity of networksIPL #6, IPL #7Competing Technology:None with faithful 3d graphics and video feeds, except air gapTCS and UC2 both lack 3D graphics & HD video and are slow due to technologyCannot provide communication services at line rateHigher Certification & Accreditation riskDo not provide lossless dataLarger code footprint exposed for attackTransition:Commercial and government off the shelf procurement handled similar to other security devicesFunding ($K) - ProposedFY13FY14TotalCPSG$2,300$1,000$3,300DISA$2,000$1,300OSD/RF$4,000$6,000Other$900$800$1,700Total $7,200$7,100$14,300Prototype demo in April at S&T Conference (CENTCOM)T+0 List of artifactsT+1 TRL-7 product demonstrationT+ 6 certification support packageLUA and MUAFinal certified packageDIACAPT+24 Full certified technology available for deploymentReduce current air gap workstations to a single multi-domain deviceTSABI – Top Secret/SCI and Below Interoperability SABI – Secret and Below Interoperability
2 MLS HH JCTD Candidate Questions (Summary) Operational Problem:Existing handheld devices operate in a single domain (NIPR or SIPR) and rely on legacy operating systems and custom hardware. No MLS capable handheld devices exist. Users are forced to carry multiple devices or use legacy devices that do not support mobile applications. There are no MLS capable handheld devices today.Specifics:Year 1:Demonstrate remote hosted Android (DroidCloud), client app for Android and MLS capability.Year 2:Integrate additional capability, complete configuration and documentation, complete C&A process.Technologies:Google – Android, Google Search, Google EarthCisco – Cius tablet, VPN, AppHQ, vBlockBlueSpace – Unity, Discover, GeoSpace, TSBDroidCloud – DroidCloud server and clientIntel – McAfee AV, Wind River Enterprise AndroidCummings - SleeveTransition: TBDRequirement:Provide a single device that can access multiple networks and run MLS end user apps.Enable thin client Android sessions on different handheld device types.Prove MLS apps that run on handheld devices.Provide necessary security governance, system maintenance and auditing capabilities.Funding ($K) - ProposedFY13FY14TotalNSA$1,500$500$2,000OSD CIO$400$0SOCOM$1,000Navy PEO C4INORTHCOMDISANGAArmyAF CPSDOSD/FRD$4,000$8,000Total $10,800$18,800Competing capabilities:Custom solutions – expensive per device, legacy OS, no mobile apps, unsustainable.Client-side hypervisors – special handsets, poor battery life, distributed patching, unlikely to achieve true COTS commercial transfer.
3 Trusted H2 JCTD Candidate Questions (Summary) Operational Problem:Warfighter’s currently cannot access multiple domains without carrying several devices, which increase the combat load on the warfighterSpecifics:Year 1:Integrate key technologies; start certification and accreditationYear 2:Integrate capabilities required for operational utility and demonstrate enterprise & tactical use cases; maturing technology for insertion into acquisition program.Technologies:COTS smartphones and tabletsIsolation technology (Currently implemented in high assurance systems)Fielded Tactical radios (sleeve components)Requirement:Provide multiple devices that can access multiple domains and communication transports in enterprise and expeditionary environments.Provide necessary security, governance, system maintenance and auditing capabilities for access to classified communication networks to enable command and control, intelligence and logistics battlefield functions.Integrate a COTS based approach to meet military requirements and deliver an enhanced foot mobile capability.Competing Technology:Custom solutions – expensive per device, legacy OS, no mobile apps, unsustainable.Cloud-based implementation – not likely to provide high availability with intermittent connectivity; requires robust enterprise infrastructure to support access to multiple domains.Transition: AF CPSD-NI, USMC PG23, USA PM SWAR Funding ($K) - ProposedFY13FY14TotalUSAF (P)$2,000$1,000$3,000USA (P)$6,000USMC$0DISA (P)$4,000OSD/RFD (P)$3.000USN NAVAIR (P)Total $14,000$11,000$25,000CNCR$4,350$8,200
4 JOLTED TACTICS JCTD FY13 Operational Problem: UNCLASSIFIEDJOLTED TACTICS JCTDCOCOM Sponsor: SOCOM, AFRICOM, PACOM (SOCPAC)OE: Mr. Fritz SchulzFY13Operational Problem:US forces and interagency/coalition partners lack robust capability and capacity to establish anytime, anywhere access to data, services and other users in support of special operations, disaster relief, humanitarian response, foreign internal defense, civil affairs, and other security cooperation, stability and similar activitiesTOC level comms inflexible/take days to install; tactical comms lack band-width and mobility; none offer flexibility of 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE)systemsLimited comms interoperability in support of information assurance and coalition interactionsSpecifics: Provide multi-layered, secure, IP-based architecture to enable high bandwidth communications and information sharing at tactical edgeYear 1—(Spiral 1) Critical Design Review; Technical Demo; CONOPS/TTP; Transition Plan; NSA Approval for Tactical Secret; functional prototypes (air, ground, maritime)Year 2—(Spiral 2) Operational Demonstration/Joint Utility Assessment; NSA Approval for Collateral Secret; Certification Plan; Final CONOPS/TTPsTechnologies:Lightweight, tailorable 4G comms packages – COTS infrastructure & handsetsKey attribute: government/commercial encryption, data compressionRapidly deployable IP base stations that form and create tactical networks IVO mission activitiesMicro -base stations for remote signal dispersion and gap coverageAny COTS 4G LTE devices supporting GOTS/COTS applications as requiredRequirement: All IPLs are within COCOM top 10 prioritiesCompeting Technology: NoneCurrent 4G systems are not employed beyond combat evaluation within SOF – next leap ahead with significant applicability to ServicesJOLTED TACTICS will provide proof-of-concept for USSOCOM and service component procurementFollow-on potential with OGA community is enormous—Defense Support to Civil Authorities, Law Enforcement, and Search and RescueService interest anticipated; for instance, USN (Kearsarge Amphibious Readiness Group conducting multi-ship 4G LTE testing)Transition:SOCOM will transition for SOF; NAVAIR for general purpose forcesIPLs (FY)SOCOMAFRICOMPACOM11-151, 5, 6, 92, 4, 5, 6, 94, 812-174, 7, 8, 101, 3, 5, 91, 6, 713-174, 5, 62, 3, 4, 91, 2, 714-182, 3, 51Funding ($M)FY13FY14TotalSOCOM$.55M$1.1MAFSPC$.50M$1.0MOSD/RFD$1.05M$2.1MTotal $4.2MCritical Non-Cash Resources: $.45M (SMDC ARSTRAT) $.75M (JS/J6)Issue(s): Continuing to work with C4 Assessment Division (Joint Staff) torepresent Service equities; coordinating with multiple organizations and test venuesSECDEF Priorities JCTD Supports: _P___ A2AD __S__ Building Partnerships __S__ Defend Homeland __S__ Counter Terrorism