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Attack the Network – Defeat the Device – Train the Force IT Innovation Engine: A Model for Rapid IT Innovation and Acquisition.

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1 Attack the Network – Defeat the Device – Train the Force IT Innovation Engine: A Model for Rapid IT Innovation and Acquisition

2 Attack the Network – Defeat the Device – Train the Force 2 UNCLASSIFIED Why is IT innovation urgently needed? The Mission Matters… IT and KM are THE critical weapon in the fight… We are battling enemies who rapidly innovate – it’s our innovation cycle against their innovation cycle...

3 Attack the Network – Defeat the Device – Train the Force 3 UNCLASSIFIED Acquisition of IT in the DoD IT acquisition is not aligned to the speed required to respond to business and mission demands Compounding this problem is a lack of standardization, clear processes, and ownership Commercial innovation happens at a much faster rate, leaving the DoD even further behind with each new iteration Example*: Enterprise systems development (Terry Takai) –Currently, the average cycle for the development of enterprise systems within the DOD is a glacial 81 months –She hopes to decrease that to between six and 12 months by leveraging shared infrastructure and agile development methodologies *http://www.informationweek.com/news/government/enterprise- architecture/

4 Attack the Network – Defeat the Device – Train the Force 4 UNCLASSIFIED When Innovation Doesn’t Work iPhone 3GS June 2009 iPhone 4 June 2010 iPhone 4S October 2011 Dell Streak 5 US Release August 2010 Dell Streak 5 Development June 2009 Dell Streak 5 Discontinued August 2011 Dell Streak 5 Approved by DISA October 2011 Release of the iPhone occurs every months 2+ years of development and approval yields a discontinued device Industry DoD

5 Attack the Network – Defeat the Device – Train the Force 5 UNCLASSIFIED JIEDDO’s IT Innovation Engine The goal of the IT Innovation Engine is to bridge the gap between Academia, Government, and Industry to enable solutions to address key DoD challenges Move quickly with self-forming organizational networks of Collaboration Partners and frugal, strategic investments. Leverage ongoing initiatives to the maximum extent possible. Concept of Operation – Start with a core Set of participants and add capabilities and collaboration partners to the Engine set by set, group by group, then apply CPI methodologies and measures of effectiveness to mature The Engine.

6 Attack the Network – Defeat the Device – Train the Force 6 UNCLASSIFIED General IT/KM Needs of Gov’t (if no cost to JIEDDO) Targeted C-IED Needs of JIEDDO Customers Concept of Operations – The Engine JIEDDO Rapid Acquisition Process Pilots to Enduring Joint Capabilities DDIEM / CIO JIEDDO Orgs COIC, JCOE, etc. and contractors Team Awesome Five other Deputy CIOs Deputy CIO for IT Innovation Whole of Government NGOs & Coalition Partners Per DODI Mentors/Coaches (Grat.Service Agmts.) FFRDCs Academia, e.g., NDU National Labs Associations/Standards Orgs, e.g. AFCEA, IEEE Industry NSA NIAP DeVenC I The Engine Governance KM tools, e.g. JEMS Strategy to engage MOAs/MOUs Events, e.g. conferences, demos, exercises Policy/Plans Stone Soup Other Gov’t Innovation, KM, and Acquisition Programs e.g. GSA GWACs Maturing Measures of Effectiveness

7 Attack the Network – Defeat the Device – Train the Force 7 UNCLASSIFIED JIEDDO Innovation factors for success Appreciation for Risk Capability to leverage multi-year funding Empowered Staff and Community Integrated IT teams (operators and support staff) Approved Rapid Acquisition Process

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