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1 Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense December 13, 2012 Mr. Timothy McNamara Chief of Infrastructure, Security & Community Relations Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor UNCLASSIFIED Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution Unlimited

2 Life cycle responsibility for the safety and defense of our Warfighters, Civilians and Nation against Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield Explosives (CBRNE) threats: Understand the challenge to the warfighter and the nation Provide medical and materiel solutions Safely destroy the nation’s chemical stockpile and non-stockpiled chemical materiel Promote health and prevent disease, injury and disability among Soldiers; military retirees and their families; and civilian employees, and assure effective veterinary services for the Army and Department of Defense (DoD) Provide operational forces to counter CBRNE and weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats Stay current with technologies related to emerging CBRNE threats TEAM CBRNE

3 TEAM CBRNE: WORLD CLASS VISION The Nation’s preeminent source of CBRNE Defense capabilities. CBRNE Center of Excellence for RDT&E, Acquisition, Operations, Health Surveillance, Emergency Response, and Demilitarization; massing the synergy of Government, Industry and Academia, providing critical capabilities for the Nation’s defense against WMD or CBRNE threats! TEAM CBRNE reflects a Whole of Government approach to Combating Weapon Of Mass Destruction (CWMD). World Class caliber will remain our standard. TEAM CBRNE: WORLD CLASS VISION

4 NATIONAL CWMD SOLUTIONS NATIONAL CWMD SOLUTIONS Providing Critical Capabilities for the Nation’s Defense Against WMD or CBRNE Threats APG CWMD CAPABILITIES 4 APG Partners Warfighter

5 TEAM CBRNE: WORLD CLASS VISION 5 Attract, sustain and equip a high performance and agile Workforce whose collective efforts yield the best capability for the Nation’s Warfighers and First Responders Construct, enhance and maintain Facilities and Infrastructure that enable our employees to best support of our Warfighters Build Esprit de Corps by enhancing Quality of Life and the aesthetic qualities of APG Edgewood Area Develop a CBRNE Technology Corridor in concert with strategic partners from Government, Industry, and Academia that enables Team CBRNE’s mission success

6 Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense December 13, 2012 Mr. Douglas Bryce Deputy, Joint Program Executive Officer for Chemical and Biological Defense Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor UNCLASSIFIED Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution Unlimited

7 Mission: Provide Research, Development, Acquisition Fielding and Life Cycle Support of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Equipment, Medical Countermeasures and Installation and Force Protection Integrated Capabilities Supporting the National Strategies. Vision: An Agile, Results-Oriented, and Transformational Acquisition Enterprise Delivering Net-Centric, Modular, Tailorable and Multi-Purpose Capabilities to the Nation. Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor – Dec 12 UNCLASSIFIED Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution Unlimited 2

8 UNCLASSIFIED Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor – Dec 12 Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution Unlimited 3

9 Successfully Completed BRAC Move into APG-Edgewood Area Premier “Edgewood Team CBRNE” Organization Working to Create a Center of Excellence to Support the Warfighter Our Mission is Expanding – Protection, Detection, Decontamination, Information Systems, Integrated Base Defense, Biosurveillance, Medical Countermeasures, Next Generation Diagnostics, Global CWMD Awareness System Expanding Mission Means Greater Need for Industry Partnerships – $3.5B in Contract Opportunities Over the Next Five Years Partner to Develop Edgewood, MD into THE Dominant DoD CBRN Marketplace for Commercial Industry Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor – Dec 12 UNCLASSIFIED Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution Unlimited 4

10 The Value Proposition New Reality : The Dominant DoD CBRN Marketplace for Commercial Industry is Edgewood, Maryland New Reality : The Dominant DoD CBRN Marketplace for Commercial Industry is Edgewood, Maryland For Government: Advanced Technology Industries Clustered in a Collaborative Setting Foster Scientific Advancements and Industrial Development. -- Brookings Institution Why A CBRN Technology Corridor? Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution UnlimitedChesapeake Science and Security Corridor – Dec 12 5 UNCLASSIFIED

11 Why Develop a University Research Park? Leverage Business growth/BRAC Activities in North Eastern Maryland Support/leverage MD’s Research & Development for benefit to APG/North Eastern Maryland Community Ensure/support Correct Mix of Higher Education Degrees – Undergraduate, Graduate (Masters, Doctorate, Post Doc) in STEM, Cyber, C4ISR, Chemical/Biological, Test & Evaluation, Other Domains Foster Industry/University/Government Interaction and Collaboration via Proximity – Interaction Facilitates Internships, High Technology Employment Opportunities, Collaborative Research & Development, Equipment Sharing, Technology Transfer, etc. Environmental Factors Support Creation of University Research Park in North Eastern Maryland Area Environmental Factors Support Creation of University Research Park in North Eastern Maryland Area Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution UnlimitedChesapeake Science and Security Corridor – Dec 12 6 UNCLASSIFIED

12 12 Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor – Dec 12Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release; Distribution Unlimited UNCLASSIFIED Mr. Douglas Bryce Deputy, Joint Program Executive Officer for Chemical and Biological Defense

13 U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center Overview Approved for Public Release Mr. Alvin D. Thornton Director, Engineering 13 December 2012

14 14 Approved for Public Release Medical Research and Materiel Command (MRMC) Surgeon General Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (MRICD) Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (MRIID) U.S. Army Schools U.S. Army CBRN School Forces Command (FORSCOM) Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) 20th Support Command (CBRNE) U.S. Army Army Materiel Command (AMC) GEN Dennis L. Via U.S. Army Research, Development & Engineering Command (RDECOM) Mr. Dale Ormond SES US Army Structure (CBD) Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology ASA(ALT) Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) Approved for public release 14

15 15 Approved for Public Release Associate Technical Director Dr. James A. Baker Associate Technical Director Dr. James A. Baker RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY Director Dr. Joseph L. Corriveau TECHNICAL DIRECTOR Joseph D. Wienand Senior Research Scientist, Biotechnology Dr. Jay Valdes Senior Research Scientist, Chemistry Dr. Way Fountain Senior Research Scientist, Bio Chemistry Dr. Jose-Luis Sagripanti ECBC Senior Leadership Safety Director George Collins PROGRAM INTEGRATION Director Suzanne Milchling ENGINEERING Director Alvin D. “AJay” Thornton Approved for public release

16 16 Approved for Public Release Response to Chemical Threat Increased Research & Development Progress Toward Elimination Supporting the Global War on Terror 2010-Today Address Emerging Threats Adapt in a Changing World Approved for public release 16

17 17 Approved for Public Release Deployable Employees: – 250 field-deployable scientists, engineers, technicians and operators Staff in Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) – 455 staff, 56 dual BPRP and CPRP Total Acquisition Personnel – 523 total acquisition personnel Total Manpower: 1,196 * Expertise Across Lifecycle Specialized WorkforceUnique Infrastructure Chemical Transfer Facility Core Technical Competencies Science and Technology for Emerging Threats CB Agent Handling and Surety CBRNE Material Acquisition CBRNE Analysis and Testing Chemistry and Biological Sciences CB Munitions and Field Operations Edgewood Chemical Biological Center Uniquely designed for cutting edge research, toxicological testing, genomics and proteomics, accompanied by a BSL-3 laboratory environment. Features advanced toxic agent laboratories, environmental chambers and secure work spaces for classified material. 1.22M ft 2 Laboratory Space 64 BSL-2 and 2 BSL-3 Laboratories 317 Chemical Surety Hoods 3 Explosive Test Chambers Several Outdoor Ranges Forensic Analytical Capabilities Advanced Chemistry Laboratory McNamara Life Sciences Research Facility Only U.S.-declared Single Small Scale Facility under the Chemical Weapons Convention. Approved for public release 17

18 18 Approved for Public Release Edgewood Chemical Biological Center P ROVIDING CBR NE D EFENSE S OLUTIONS TO THE W ARFIGHTER RESEARCHTECHNOLOGYDESIGNTESTFIELDOPERATIONS BARCODED SPORES BACILLUSTHURINGIENSISTAC-BIO TACTICAL BIOLOGICAL DETECTOR CRESS KIT HOMEMADE EXPLOSIVES DETECTION KIT PACADPALM-SIZEDAUTOMATEDCHEMICALAGENTDETECTOR WMD ELIMINATION AUSTRALIAALBANIASEATTLEDOVER BROAD CUSTOMER BASE Joint Service, Government Agencies, Private Industry, Foreign Governments Approved for public release

19 19 Approved for Public Release Challenges Real challenges, but reason for optimism Shrinking DoD budgets –ECBC funding has been relatively steady Aging workforce –Young talent already in place –Programs to train future leaders Future workforce –Robust STEM Education effort Elections –While over, must wait to see impact –More clarity within the next few months ? UNCERTAINTY AHEAD Approved for public release

20 3100 Ricketts Point Rd, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland The Nation’s Center of Excellence for Medical Chemical Defense Web: Facebook: UNCLASSIFIED Kevin Pitzer, LTC, MS Deputy Commander

21 .1 UNCLASSIFIED Research Consultation Education & Training MISSION and VISION Mission Discover and develop medical products and knowledge solutions against chemical threats through research, education & training, and consultation. Vision To strengthen our nation and the world by rendering chemical threats medically harmless.

22 .1 UNCLASSIFIED Research Consultation Education & Training USAMRICD – A UNIQUE NATIONAL RESOURCE Unique medical chemical defense mission and organization Clinicians and research scientists working together to develop medical countermeasures Internationally recognized expertise in medical chemical defense Chemical safety/surety/security/intel programs Only Institute to license a product through the FDA under the “animal rule” (pyridostigmine bromide) Co-location with other CBRN partners at Edgewood Well established collaborative efforts with academia, industry, other federal agencies, and international partners

23 UNCLASSIFIED USAMRICD SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND CAPABILITIES Analytical - Diagnostics -ADMET -Forensics Nerve Agent Countermeasures -Reactivators -Neuroprotectants -Anticonvulsants -Pretreatments Knowledge Solutions -Consultation -Education -Training Toxicants - Cyanide Interventions -TIC Interventions -BoNT Interventions -HD Interventions -Classified Agent Interventions -Pulmonary Protections Agent Mitigation - Bioscavengers -Decontamination

24 .1 UNCLASSIFIED Research Consultation Education & Training MRICD FUTURE DIRECTIONS Enterprise/Core Capabilities ADMET Proteomics/Genomics Imaging BotNT Consortium Increase Collaborations DoD Labs Other Government Agencies and Departments Academia International

25 .1 UNCLASSIFIED Research Consultation Education & Training RECAPITALIZATION

26 3100 Ricketts Point Rd, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland The Nation’s Center of Excellence for Medical Chemical Defense Web: Facebook: UNCLASSIFIED QUESTIONS?

27 U.S. Army Public Health Command Overview Presented by: John J. Resta Director, Institute for Public Health Deputy to the Commander, Army Public Health Command UNCLASSIFIED – Not for Public Release

28 Vision World-Class Provider of Public Health Services across DA and DoD. Mission Promote health and prevent disease, injury, and disability of Soldiers and military retirees, their Families, and DA Civilian employees; assure effective execution of full spectrum veterinary services for Army and DoD Veterinary missions. 28 UNCLASSIFIEDPublic Health Command

29 Why do we need Public Health? Shoulder-To-Shoulder: “No Soldier Stands Alone” General Washington vaccinates the Continental Army against smallpox The Armed Forced Pest Management Board recommends the use of permethrin as a military clothing treatment U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine responds to 9-11 incident at Pentagon and to anthrax at Federal post offices and Hart Senate Office Building Social health and lifestyle Communicable diseases Environmental Pollution, Workplace Hazards and Injuries Ft Hood shooting and Behavioral Health Epidemiological Consultations Gulf of Mexico Oil spill. Investigated dispersant and hydrocarbon levels in seafood Public Health Command created Public Health Command response to Japanese earthquake National Prevention Strategy signed by the President of the United States Future Initiatives 29 UNCLASSIFIEDPublic Health Command

30 USAPHC Organizational Structure PHCD-Central Pacific PHCD-Western Pacific PHCD-Korea PHCD-Japan PHCD-Central Pacific PHCD-Western Pacific PHCD-Korea PHCD-Japan PHCD-Fort Carson, Colo. PHCD-San Diego, Calif. PHCD-JB Lewis-McChord, Wash. PHCD-Fort Carson, Colo. PHCD-San Diego, Calif. PHCD-JB Lewis-McChord, Wash. PHCD-Fort Belvoir, Va. PHCD-Fort Eustis, Va. PHCD-Fort Knox, Ky. PHCD-Fort Belvoir, Va. PHCD-Fort Eustis, Va. PHCD-Fort Knox, Ky. PHCD-Southern Europe PHCD-Northern Europe / Dog Center Europe PHCD-Southern Europe PHCD-Northern Europe / Dog Center Europe Army Institute of Public Health (APG, Md.) Army Institute of Public Health (APG, Md.) Technical Public Health Portfolios USAPHC Headquarters (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.) USAPHC Headquarters (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.) Proponency Office for Preventive Medicine (NCR, APG, Joint Base San Antonio, Tex.) Proponency Office for Preventive Medicine (NCR, APG, Joint Base San Antonio, Tex.) Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center (National Capital Region) Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center (National Capital Region) Military Vaccine Agency (NCR) Military Vaccine Agency (NCR) NOTE: Installations specified in parentheses represent the command group location, not units conducting short or long-term split operations, e.g. HQ, PHCR-North, and PHCR-Pacific. *The USAPHC commanding general also serves as the Functional Proponent for Preventive Medicine (FPPM) **Executive agencies receive administrative support from USAPHC, but the Army surgeon general oversees them Executive Agencies** Functional Proponent for Preventive Medicine (FPPM)* PHC Region-Pacific (Camp Zama, Japan) PHC Region-Pacific (Camp Zama, Japan) PHC Region-West (JB Lewis-McChord, Wash.) PHC Region-West (JB Lewis-McChord, Wash.) PHC Region-North (Fort Meade, Md.) PHC Region-North (Fort Meade, Md.) Black Grey Burgundy Tan Major Subordinate Command (V) Executive Agencies Regional Command (IV) VETSVC Area or Installation (I-III) Color Legend – Level of PH Services PHC Region-South (JB San Antonio, Tex.) PHC Region-South (JB San Antonio, Tex.) PHC Region-Europe (Landstuhl, Germany) PHC Region-Europe (Landstuhl, Germany) Veterinary Lab Europe Branches & Sections DOD Military Working Dog Veterinary Service PHCD-Fort Hood, Tex. PHCD-Fort Gordon, Ga. Food Analysis & Diagnostic Lab Public Health Command 30 UNCLASSIFIED

31 AIPH Organizational Structure Army Institute of Public Health (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.) Army Institute of Public Health (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.) Army Hearing Program Tri-Service Vision Conservation & Readiness Environmental Medicine Occupational Medicine Surety Medicine Occupational & Environmental Medicine (OEM) Portfolio Radiofrequency / Ultrasound Laser/Optical Radiation Health Physics Industrial Hygiene Field Services Industrial Hyg. Medical Safety Management Occupational Health Sciences (OHS) Portfolio Occupational Health Sciences (OHS) Portfolio Health Hazard Assessment Ergonomics Toxicology (TOX) Portfolio Toxicology (TOX) Portfolio Toxicity Evaluation Health Effects Research Veterinary Services (VET) Portfolio Veterinary Services (VET) Portfolio Clinical Veterinary Medicine Food Protection Environmental Health Engineering (EHE) Portfolio Environmental Health Engineering (EHE) Portfolio Entomological Sciences Water Supply Management Surface Water & Waste Water Hazardous & Medical Waste Ground Water & Solid Waste Air Quality Surveillance Operational Noise Epidemiology & Disease Surveillance (EDS) Portfolio Epidemiology & Disease Surveillance (EDS) Portfolio Professional Medical Education Injury Prevention Disease Epidemiology Behavioral & Social Health Outcomes Health Risk Management (HRM) Portfolio Health Risk Communication Environmental Health Risk Assessment Deployment Environmental Surveillance Global Threat Assessment Environmental Surveillance Integration Laboratory Sciences (LAB) Portfolio Laboratory Sciences (LAB) Portfolio Lab Operations Lab Analytical Lab Consultant Health Promotion & Wellness (HPW) Portfolio Health Promotion & Wellness (HPW) Portfolio Army Public Health Nursing Behavioral Health Operations Health Promotion Operations Army Wellness Centers Public Health Assessment Public Health Command 31 UNCLASSIFIED

32 Personnel/Budget Personnel as of Nov 2012 (3,167) Budget FY12 Executed $ (million) DHP$ Reimb.$ 15.6 OCO$ 8.7 FY13 Planned $ (million) DHP$ Reimb.$ 12.1 OCO$ 15.3 Military 1499 (47%) Civilian 1009(32%) Contractor 223 (7%) NAF 359 (11%) Local Nat’l 77 (2%) 32 UNCLASSIFIEDPublic Health Command NOTE: FY 12 DHP Execution includes one time project funding.

33 Animal Care Specialist Entomologist Toxicologist Occupational Health Nurse Agronomist Mechanical Engineer Medical Officer Safety Engineer Electrical Engineer Social Worker Environmental Engineer Environmental Law Attorney Meteorologist Environmental Protection Specialist Health Physicist Safety and Occupational Health Specialist Acoustical Engineer Medical Laboratory Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Psychologist Veterinarian Sanitary Engineer Wildlife Biologist Epidemiologist Physical Therapist Industrial Hygienist Chaplain Optometrist Community Health Nurse Chemist Ergonomist Dental Officer Preventive Medicine Physician Nuclear Medical Science Officer Marine Biologist Dietitian Geologist Environmental Scientist Audiologist Physicist Veterinary Services Food Safety Officer Comparative Medicine Veterinarian Laboratory Animal VeterinarianVeterinary Pathologist Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist Clinical Medicine Veterinarian Statistician Breadth of Knowledge Physiologist 33 Public Health CommandUNCLASSIFIED

34 AIPH Laboratory Replacement Replaces year old buildings providing laboratory and logistical support Combines Occupational, Environmental, Toxicology, Industrial Hygiene, Laser, Radiofrequency, Food Safety/Defense, and Entomology laboratories $210 Million Groundbreaking FY14

35 Healthy Community Healthy Animals Healthy People Healthy Work Places 35 Public Health CommandUNCLASSIFIED

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37 Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Industry Group Overview Bill Baugh NBC Industry Group Vice Chairman

38 Who We Are  Non-profit organization of 135-plus companies focusing on the CBRNE mission.  Member companies have offices in the Aberdeen/Edgewood area.  Formed in 1996 to provide a voice from the CBRNE industrial base that could be heard in both the Department of Defense and in Congress.  Our goal is to ensure that our Warfighters and First Responders have the very best equipment to meet current and emerging CBRNE threats.

39 Mission  Inform and educate the general public as well as Federal, State, and local Governments on nuclear, biological, and chemical defense matters relating to combating WMDs, combating terrorism, and protecting homeland security  Advance the development of NBC defense capabilities for the U.S. Armed Forces  Advance the development of NBC defense capabilities for Homeland Defense First Responders

40 How We Meet Our Mission  The NBCIG encourages government / industry synergy and collaboration  Conduct monthly membership meetings at Fort Myer, VA with senior government officials  Produce and distribute a CBRNE industry handbook to senior government officials, key Members of Congress, congressional staff, and industry partners  The Board of Directors meets periodically with key senior government officials (Executive and Legislative Branches) and industry to discuss industry issues of interest  Provide an NBC Industry Group Web site for the exchange of information within the CBRNE community  Support national and international CBRNE and military communities

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