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1 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-1 DDR&E Overview 16 December 2010 COL Brian Bedell, USA Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

2 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-2 AT&L Organization DIRECTOR, SPECIAL PROGRAMS Maj Gen William McCasland DIRECTOR, ADMINISTRATION Ms. Judy Dahlgren EXEC DIRECTOR, DEFENSE SCIENCE BOARD Mr. Brian Hughes DIRECTOR, TEST RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CENTER Dr. John Foulkes DIRECTOR, ACQUISITION RESOURCES & ANALYSIS Dr. Nancy Spruill ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (ACQUISITION) (Performing Duties) Mr. Shay Assad DEPUTY UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (LOGISTICS & MATERIEL READINESS) (Performing Duties) Mr. Alan Estevez ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE ( INSTALLATIONS & ENVIRONMENT) Dr. Dorothy Robyn ATSD NUCLEAR & CHEMICAL & BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAMS Honorable Andrew Weber DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION Mr. Alfred Volkman DIRECTOR, DEFENSE RESEARCH & ENGINEERING Honorable Zachary Lemnios DIRECTOR, MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY LTG Patrick J. O’Reilly DIRECTOR, HUMAN CAPITAL INITIATIVES Mr. Garry Shafovaloff (Acting) DIRECTOR, CORROSION POLICY & OVERSIGHT Mr. Daniel J. Dunmire DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONAL ENERGY PLANS & PROGRAMS Honorable Sharon Burke DIRECTOR, DEFENSE PROCUREMENT & ACQUISITION POLICY Mr. Shay Assad UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (ACQUISITION, TECHNOLOGY AND LOGISTICS) The Honorable Ashton B. Carter PRINCIPAL DEPUTY The Honorable Frank Kendall, III DIRECTOR, SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS Ms. Linda Oliver (Acting) Updated 12/16/2010

3 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-3 Director, Developmental Test & Evaluation Greer DDR&E Organization Political appointee Career SES / GS-15 STEM Adolfie Basic Science Staffin Laboratories Fischer Mission Assurance Torelli Major Program Support Thompson Systems Analysis VACANT Joint Rapid Acquisition Cell Dee Program Integration Office Moore Rapid Reaction Technology Office Fogg Program Guidance and Assessment Mosser-Kerner Air Warfare Axiotis Director, Research Honey Director, Systems Engineering Welby Director, Rapid Fielding Wyatt Principal Deputy Shaffer DDR&E Lemnios PD - van Tilborg PD - Baldwin PD - RileyPD - DiPetto Technologies van Tilborg DARPA Dugan DTIC Durham (Acting) Joint Support Knollmann Joint Interoperability Quinlan Joint Reserve Dir. Barton Technical Intelligence Flagg DMEA Glum Land & Expeditionary Warfare Lopes Naval Warfare Clancy Net Centric, Space & Joint Systems Shanahan Joint Capability Tech. Demonstrations Vogt Comparative Technology Office Burns

4 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-4 1.Take care of our people 2.Rebalancing the military 3.Reforming what and how we buy 4.Supporting our troops in the field Secretary Gates’ Priorities Secretary of Defense, HASC Budget Rollout Brief, February 2010 SECDEF Efficiency Initiative 9 August 2010

5 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-5

6 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-6 1.Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities to win the current fight. 2.Prepare for an uncertain future. 3.Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of our major defense acquisition programs. 4.Develop world class science, technology, engineering, and mathematics capabilities for the DoD and the Nation. DDR&E Imperatives

7 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-7 1.Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities to win the current fight. 2.Prepare for an uncertain future. 3.Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of our major defense acquisition programs. 4.Develop world class science, technology, engineering, and mathematics capabilities for the DoD and the Nation. DDR&E Imperatives

8 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-8 PGSS Bringing Capabilities to the Fight Stiletto Helicopter Alert and Threat Termination-Acoustic (HALTT-A ) Threat sensors mounted to fuselage exterior MRAP-ATV

9 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-9 Basic Research Feedstock for DoD Capabilities Basic Research

10 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-10 JFPASS PEAK Mobile Modular C2 Cat Eyes Talon Dashboard Light Wave MADSS TISC S/W Reprogrammable Radio Single Card Solution NovDecJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOct Continuing the Push for Capabilities to the Fight HALTT-A GunPACS FY 10FY 11 XFC Submerged Launch UAV Force Directed Layout Common Ground Joint Medical Distant Support & Evacuation Operational 3D Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detect Sea Tracker SCAR Fire Control System Precision Sniper Rifle Tactical Beyond Line of Sight Comms SOF Forward Trauma Mgt Set

11 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-11 1.Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities to win the current fight. 2.Prepare for an uncertain future. 3.Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of our major defense acquisition programs. 4.Develop world class science, technology, engineering, and mathematics capabilities for the DoD and the Nation. DDR&E Imperatives

12 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-12 Strengthening the Department’s S&T Enterprise Basic Research QDR Missions’ Architectures Fast Track Studies -Electronic Warfare -Computer Science -Cyber Operations -Energy & Water -Rapid Capability Tool Kit Task Forces Helo Survivability Base Protection Tag, Track, Locate C-IED SIG Support

13 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-13 S&T Enterprise: A Shift to Strategic Focus DDR&E J8 Navy Air Force Army DARPA EXCOM Leadership Commitment High-Priority Objectives Tightly-Focused Agendas Structured Decision Packages NCB Policy Industrial Policy Deputies Council 6 TFTs Technology Focus Teams 11 COIs Communities of Interest QDR, NSS… Strategic Drivers JUONs, IPLs … CoCom Needs

14 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-14 Mission Driven Capabilities Data to Decisions Cyber Autonomy Human Systems Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) – Next Generation Capabilities Secure System Design (System Trust) Electronic Warfare/ Electronic Protection 1.Defend the United States and Support Civil Authorities at Home 2.Succeed in Counterinsurgency, Stability, and Counterterrorist Operations 3.Build the Security Capacity of Partner States 4.Deter and Defeat Aggression in Anti-Access Environments 5.Prevent Proliferation and Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction 6.Operate Effectively in Cyberspace.

15 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-15 1.Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities to win the current fight. 2.Prepare for an uncertain future. 3.Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of our major defense acquisition programs. 4.Develop world class science, technology, engineering, and mathematics capabilities for the DoD and the Nation. DDR&E Imperatives

16 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-16 Systems Engineering Mission Develop and grow the Systems Engineering capability in DoD Apply best engineering practices to: –Support and advocate for DoD Component initiatives –Help program managers identify and mitigate risks –Shape technical planning and management –Provide technical insight to OSD stakeholders –Identify systemic issues for resolution above the program level The “E” in DDR&E

17 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-17 Developmental Test & Evaluation Mission DDT&E supports program offices and the DoD T&E community early and continuously to ensure test planning and resourcing are adequate to discover system deficiencies, support system development, and evaluate system performance. DDT&E will improve DoD developmental test and evaluation practice by focusing on: Support to Programs and Program Offices Improving DT&E Policy & Oversight Advancing DT&E Capability Improving Service DT&E Competencies Early Insight for System Development DT&E OT&E TRMC

18 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-18 1.Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities to win the current fight. 2.Prepare for an uncertain future. 3.Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of our major defense acquisition programs. 4.Develop world class science, technology, engineering, and mathematics capabilities for the DoD and the Nation. DDR&E Imperatives

19 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-19 World-class STEM Education & Outreach OSD Services, Agencies, Components K – 12 Undergrad / Grad TeachersFacultyMilitary Public Outreach 33 1,500,000 students 11,00020, ,600Est. 2,000,000 First Degrees in Natural Sciences and Engineering by Country Thousands of Graduates National Science Board, S&E Indicators, 2010

20 DDR&E Overview (BB) 12/16/2010 Page-20 DDR&E Coordinates Innovation Speed Agility


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