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1 Surface Navy Association
Mr. Chris Deegan Executive Director Program Executive Officer Integrated Warfare Systems January 16, 2013

2 Program Executive Officer Integrated Warfare Systems
The PEO IWS organization is aligned to develop, procure and deliver Enterprise Warfighting Solutions for Surface Ships DELIVERY 238 USN Ships 78 USCG Ships 25 Nations PEO IWS executes $5B - $6B annually PEO IWS has life cycle responsibilities for combat system performance, design management, systems engineering, installation, integration, test, maintenance and disposal AGS Engage INNOVATION APLs Industry NSWC NUWC ONR SBIR/SST DARPA Aegis BMD ESSM Detect Control SPS-48E Radar SPS-49 Radar CEC MK 45 Sea Sparrow AMDR MK 41VLS Phalanx AN/SLQ-32(v4) 155 Programs: 4 - ACAT I 7 - ACAT II 4 - ACAT III 5 - ACAT IV 6 - R&D Inactive Non ACAT SSDS This view shows what we are delivering today. In the future we will be involved in: Detect: AMDR Control: Aegis and SSDS Advanced Capability Builds and Technical Instructions Engage: SM-6 upgrades, RAM upgrades, ESSM upgrades, Rail Gun, Laser weapons… New programs will start from existing systems and add functionality. SM-2 / SM-6 AN SQQ89 SEWIP PVLS Aegis Combat System Dual Band Radar SPY1 IUSW Personnel: Control Onbd. Direct Reimb MilPers

3 CNO’s Sailing Directions
Warfighting First Operate Forward Be Ready “We will deliver credible capability for deterrence, sea control, and power projection to deter or contain conflict and fight and win wars.” “We will address economic change by being effective and efficient. We will innovate to: Use new technologies and operating concepts to sharpen our warfighting advantage against evolving threats; Operate forward at strategic maritime crossroads; Sustain our fleet capability through effective maintenance, timely modernization, and sustained production of proven ships and aircraft; Provide our Sailors confidence in their equipment and in their own skills.” DRAFT WORKING NOTES Notes on highlighted parts: Use new technologies and operating concepts to sharpen our warfighting advantage against evolving threats; SBIRs Collaboration with ONR IRAD Operate forward at strategic maritime crossroads; AEGIS Ashore 5th, 6th, and 7th Fleet Deployments Sustain our fleet capability through effective maintenance, timely modernization, and sustained production of proven ships and aircraft; ACBs Common Source Library PEO IWS Priority: Deliver and Maintain “Whole” Warfighting Capability

4 Rapidly Evolving Missions Drive Navy Capability Advancements
Operational Environment Complex Threats Employing Advanced Technology in Challenging Environments Humanitarian Assistance Short and Medium Range Ballistic Missiles Aegis Combat System ACBs Persistent ISR ESSM Simultaneous Raids Across Multiple Mission Areas Sub-Sonic Anti-Air & Anti-Surface Missiles Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles CIWS Blk 1B AGS SSDS ACBs Mk 38 Gun Small Boat Attacks Cyber Warfare Anti-Piracy Super-Sonic Anti-Air & Anti-Surface Missiles Fire Support Missions Disaster Relief Torpedoes Anti-Ship Ballistic Missiles Dual Band Radar Advanced Super-Sonic Anti-Air & Anti-Ship Missiles Stealth Under-Sea SM-6 Engage Long Range Ballistic Missiles AN SQQ89 (V)15 Mines Advanced ASW Rail Guns DRAFT WORKING NOTES Cyber Defense AMDR Over Land Defense Multi-Ship Resource Coordination Enhanced Shipboard Sensors (Radar + ES/EA) Capability Advancements Improved Self-Defense Directed Energy Area Air Defense In Clutter Environments UAV Integration CEC Integrated Air and Missile Defense Integrated AAW & Situational Awareness High Data Rate Battle Group Networks

5 PEO IWS “Big Picture” Strategy
Eliminate stovepiped, obsolete hardware and software Introduce Network-based COTS computing environment Reduce combat systems and weapon system variants Apply a family of systems and functional architectures across the Fleet where applicable Enhanced mission capability across the Surface Fleet with faster and more affordable upgrades that are interoperable and pace the threat

6 Navy Technical and Operational Architecture
Navy surface forces operate in a regional joint networked environment with joint and coalition forces Link 16 – Joint operations, situational awareness, BMD Cooperative Engagement Capability – Integrated surface force tracking and engagement network, Navy IFC Surface combatant force foundation is Multi-mission operations Area Air Defense, Ballistic Missile Defense, Under Sea, Surface, Strike, Naval Gunfire Support Driven by COCOM requirements to operate forward Strategy of Advanced Capability Builds provides incremental warfighting improvements for countering evolving threats with new capability Network based COTS computing environments enable rapid insertion of new capabilities to meet threat drivers COTS allows for faster upgrades and reduces combat system variants DRAFT WORKING NOTES

7 BPPI 2.0 Focus Areas Achieve Affordable Areas
Ex: Established Economic Order of Quantity in a Multi-Year Procurement Cost Avoidance for AEGIS Production Control Costs Throughout the Product Lifecycle Ex: Maritime IAMD Planning System (MIPS) transition to IBM Blade Server Incentivize Producibility & Innovation in Industry & Government Ex: AMDR competition has stimulated $100M+ in Industry Internal Research and Development (IRAD) Eliminate Unproductive Processes & Bureaucracy Ex: Designated CEC from ACAT 1D to ACAT IC reduces OSD-level review requirements Promote Effective Competition Ex: Obtain Data Rights on Development Contracts for Full & Open Competition at Full Rate Production Improve Tradecraft in Acquisition of Services Ex: Implemented AEGIS Fleet Readiness Program Manager Improve the Professionalism of the Total Acquisition Workforce Ex: Executing DAWIA Cross-Discipline Training Plan

8 AEGIS In-Service Modernization
AEGIS Baselines continue to evolve and bring new capabilities to the Fleet Our legacy Mil-Spec systems continue to provide Situational Awareness, and Air Defense or BMD warfighting capability to the Fleet. Our BL 7 SPY-1D(V) and COTS processing systems brought significant performance enhancements for Advanced BMD and ASCM threats and operating in the Littorals. We have learned a great deal during the introduction of our first COTS based combat systems. While we are very happy with SPY-1D(V)’s performance in the littorals, there were many issues with interoperability, stability and maintenance that we are addressing with the AEGIS Wholeness initiatives, which I will address in a moment. We have modernized CGs with AEGIS BL 8. Next in line and progressing well is AEGIS Baseline 9. Baseline 9 brings new capabilities to address today’s operational threat environment for Integrated Air and Missile Defense, BMD 5.0 / SM-3 BLK IB, NIFC-CA, and Guarded Unit. BL 9 is being built as one development effort for CG MOD, DDG MOD, DDG New Construction, and AEGIS Ashore. Baseline 9 also brings a new SPY-1 MulTI Mission Signal Processor which extends SPY-1D(V) capabilities (dual beam, sensitivity improvements) to all SPY-1 variants. Finally, we are currently planning the next generation of AEGIS upgrades to address complex threats employing advanced technologies in challenging environments. These upgrades are notionally titled ACB 16 and ACB 20. ACB 20 is the planned introduction point for the Advanced Missile Defense Radar (AMDR).

9 Capability Trends Current Systems Future Systems Individual On-board
MH-60R Integration Individual On-board Mission Systems (AAW, BMD, USW, etc.) Increased Integration of On-board Mission Systems SPY-1 MMSP Upgrade Ships with AAW focus Or BMD focus Integrated AAW and BMD AMDR-S Rotating Radars On Carriers Phased Arrays on Carriers Improved SPY-1 variants on CGs and DDGs Advanced Phased Array Technology Volume Search Radar Integrated Hard Kill & Soft Kill SEWIP Independent Hard Kill and Soft Kill Systems CM/Decoys for Soft Kill Improved Electronic Attack for Soft Kill MK38 Gun System Manually Operated Small Guns Automated Gun Systems for Small Boat Raids Extended Battlespace Through EOR using SPY-equipped Ships More Flexible EOR Expanding To Other Navy/Force Sensors AEGIS Ashore NIFC-CA SBT SM-3 BLK IIA

10 Looking Ahead Combat Systems will continue to transition to network-based COTS Computing Environment to support future warfighting improvements Future surface combat systems ACBs will be developed based on common objective architecture with Government validated interfaces and components applicable to multiple ship classes Working with NAVAIR and RMS on multiple paths to reduce missile procurement costs by leveraging shared product lines Competitions will continue to be conducted when appropriate FMS will continue as a vital part of the business Increased Computing Power Performance, Network-based Architecture, Leveraged Common Systems, and FMS Opportunities will Enable More Affordable and Capable Warfighting Improvements


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