Presentation on theme: "Communications Information Systems (CIS) Department"— Presentation transcript:
1 Communications Information Systems (CIS) Department Marine Corps Base, Camp PendletonUnited States Marine CorpsJanuary 2011 AFCEA“Communications State of the Base”Mr. Pete Copeland
2 Agenda Introduction CIS Organizational Chart Operations Division Service and Support DivisionCurrent ProjectsData Systems DivisionMainframe Support DivisionInformation Assurance DivisionTelephone Systems DivisionComm-Elect Maintenance DivisionCIS New Technology InitiativesImportant CIS Contact NumbersFY Budget is approximately $582K½ takes care of recurring costsRemaining addresses infrastructure sustainment, upgrades, trainingUnfunded requirements a bear
3 IntroductionMission: To provide communications and information systems support in its entirety to include Mainframe 3270 Access, Information Assurance, Voice, Classified Data, Unclassified Data and NMCI oversight for operational units and tenant organizations aboard Camp Pendleton, to improve the combat readiness of the operating forces.About CIS: The Communications and Information Systems Department is led by Mr. Pete Copeland and composed of the following Divisions: Operations, Service and Support, Telephone, Data, Mainframe Support, Information Assurance, and Communications Electronics Maintenance.
4 CIS Organizational Chart CIS DIRECTORATEAC/S CIS MR COPELANDDEPUTY DIR MR CLAYTONCOMM CHIEF MGYSGT HARRINGTONADMINHUMAN RES MRS BEACHAMDIRECTOR OF OPERATIONSLTCOL DIXONFISCAL/SUPPLYBUDGET ANALYST MRS HULLSUPPLY CHIEF SGT DAWSONOPERATIONS DIVISIONOPS OFFICER STLT JUSTICEOPS CHIEF MSGT FOWLERSTC MRS SALAZAREKMS MSGT BEALFREQ MGR GYSGT MORDELLECTR BRANCH MR BRUNSCHMIDSECURITY MG MR CHAVEZDATA DIVISIONDATA MGR MR DAVISDATA DEPUTY CAPT MAXWELLDATA CHIEF SSGT JIMENEZSERVICE AND SUPPORT DIVISION (SSD)SSD MGR MR LANESSD CHIEF MR PETERSONPROJ MAN OFF MAJ PAULSONINFO ASSURANCE DIVISION (IA)IA MGR MR SCHAEFER IA CHIEF MSGT COOPERMAINFRAME DIVISION (MSD)MAINFRAME MGR MS MANRYTELEPHONE DIVISIONTEL MGR MARK ROTHBLATTTEL Chief MSGT STEFFENSCOMM-ELCT MAINT DIVISION (CEMD)MAINT MGR MR BRIDGESMAINT CHIEF MSGT CUNNINGHAM
5 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Operations DivisionPOC: 1stLt Justice, (760) ,
6 Operations Division Branches Current Operations Future Operations Security ManagerSite Transition Coordinator (STC)Customer Technical Representative (CTR)Frequency Spectrum ManagementElectronic Key Management (EKMS)FY Budget is approximately $582K½ takes care of recurring costsRemaining addresses infrastructure sustainment, upgrades, trainingUnfunded requirements a bear
7 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Service and Support DivisionPOC: Paul Lane , (760) ,
8 Service and Support Division Comprised of the following Branches: the Project Management Branch and the Customer Service Branch.Responsible for the planning of telecommunications network architectural plans and support of existing structure.Acts as the main point of contact for customers aboard Camp Pendleton requiring communications and information systems support.The Projects Management Branch is responsible for developing strategic architectural plans for the voice, data, and radio infrastructure aboard Camp Pendleton.Update existing Telecommunication Management System (TMS).Management of Base Infrastructure.Convert existing cable prints to the Geographic Information System (GIS).
9 MCB Camp Pendleton CIS Current Projects ROICC Active Projects (excluding FSC) = 75MCB CPEN $8.1 BillionCIS PMO involvement = 37 (49%)New Big BoxNew Naval HospitalCIS SSD PMB Active Projects = 57Confirmed Milcon = 41 (71%)Other ** = 16
10 MCB Camp Pendleton Projects Common Operational Snapshot
12 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Data Systems DivisionPOC: Tom Davis, (760) ,
13 Data Division Branches Area Control Center (ACC) - Provides Defense Messaging Dissemination for MCB Camp Pendleton, MCI-West Installations (29 Palms, Bridgeport, Barstow, MCRD San Diego, Miramar and Yuma), deployed units and all CONUS active duty Marine Activities west of the Mississippi.Network Operations Center (NOC) - Provides MCW SIPRNET access and support for MCB Camp Pendleton and legacy NIPRNET server and desktop support for MCB Camp Pendleton and tenant organizations.
14 CPEN Regional ACC DMSACC supports over 650 Distinguish Names (DNs) for MCB Camp Pendleton, MCI-WEST, and Camp Lejeune (COOP).The ACC disseminates roughly 49,000 DMS Messages per month which equates to approx. 28,000 NIPRNET and 21,000 on the SIPRNET.The ACC is on 24/7 in support of deployed and garrison units.ACC has created over 6000 user accounts on AMHS over the last ten months.
15 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Mainframe Support DivisionPOC: Sue Manry, (760) ,
16 Mainframe Support Division Support Regional Mainframe (3270) customersSupport Functional Managers and Application sponsorsCoordinate with MCNOSC on Enterprise Wide InitiativesProvide primary liaison services between DISA and the West Coast Customer BasesOversight of the Marine Logistics Cycle (MLC) in support of our deployed forces
17 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Cyber Security DivisionPOC: Scott Schaefer, (760) ,
18 Cyber Security Division Information Conditions (INFOCONS)Alt Token validation/verificationMCEN Operational Directives (OP-DIRS)System Authorization Access Request (SAAR – DD Form 2875)Senior Certifying Authority Representative (CAR)Network Scanning Using Retina Tool SetCurrently working over 25 C/A Packages for CPENIA Workforce Verification ProcessAnnual IA Awareness Training for over 3300 UsersThe mission of the Information Assurance Division is to ensure the 5 Pillars of IA are maintained (Confidentiality, Integrity, Authentication, Non-Repudiation, and Availability).The IA Division has 3 Branches: IA Branch, EKMS Branch, and the CAW Branch.The IA Branch oversees compliance with directed Information Conditions (INFOCONs are similar in nature to ThreatCons, but associated with networks and information systems instead of physical security). The IA Branch also oversees timely compliance to MCNOSC Operational Directives and Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts. In addition, the IA Branch manages the Certification and Accreditation process. Anything being added to the NIPRNET or SIPRNET must undergo certification and accreditation and be approved by the Designated Approval Authority (DAA).The EKMS Branch manages the MCB CPEN Encryption devices (TACLANES, STU-III’s, KIV-7), consisting of 1,114 Line Items (majority (600) are RT-1523 (PRK-119) Tactical Radios used at Training Commands & School Houses). There is an initiative underway for all Garrison EKMS to fall under the management of the Base EKMS Account and Management. We manage 19 Local Elements off the CPEN EKMS Account (O&T, Logs, Hosp, Command Center, NCIS, MCMWTC, SNCOA, WFTBn, H&S Bn, H&S Bn S3, Fleet Hosp, MCB Protocol, CPAO, SOI, CIS, AAS Bn, EOD, RSU, SES).And finally, the Certification Authority Workstation Branch. The CPEN CAW is a Regional CAW, (MCB, I MEF, Div, FSSG, 3 MAW CPEN, 29 Palms, Yuma, and Marine Dets at: Lamore CA, Bangar WA, Travis AFB, Ft. Bliss TX, Lackland AFB TX, Ft Sill OK.SIPRNET Cutover to NMCI: Anticipated early CY 2006.
19 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Telephone Systems DivisionPOC: Mark Rothblatt, (760) ,
20 Telephone Systems Division Remote Control Center (RCC2) initiative startedGIG Passive Optical Network (GPON) initiativeDense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM)Northern Telecom SL-100 Central OfficeDual area codes 760/442(4) Remote Switching Centers(21) Campus Distributors throughout MCBIn excess of 2,300 Voic SubscribersLines: 30,000 capable, over 17,700 installed115 Class A circuits (Long Distances)116 DSN circuits (Autovon)382 local city trunks from OceansideRoughly 2.5M calls processed monthlyVideo Teleconference (VTC) Coordination
21 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Comm-Elect Maintenance DivisionPOC: Bob Bridges: (760) ,
22 Comm-Elect Maintenance Support FMF and tenant organizations with handheld, mobile and base stationsFMF units: 2,750+ radiosTenant units: 2,200+ radiosFirst Responder Communications SupportSan Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) supportRange Safety LONGRIFLE SystemRapid Response System (RRS) DeploymentSound SupportIT and Printer/Copier Repair
23 CIS New Technology Initiatives GIG Passive Optical Network (GPON)Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop MultiplexingDense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)Replacement of current optical transportRemote Cluster Controller (RCC2)Remote Switching CentersEnterprise Virtual Operations Center (EVOC)Common Operational Picture enhancement4G LTE MeshSignificant increase in speed to wireless network
24 Important CIS Contact Numbers Telephone Support Trouble Desk (760)SIPR Support (760)NIPR Support (866)Director of Operations (760)FY Budget is approximately $582K½ takes care of recurring costsRemaining addresses infrastructure sustainment, upgrades, trainingUnfunded requirements a bear
25 Questions?Getlemen,That concludes the overview of the CIS Department. Barring any questions or comments we have planned a tour of the area so you can meet the Marines and Civilian Marines that support our mission."The great uncertainty of all data in war is a peculiar difficulty, because all actionmust, to a certain extent, be planned in a mere twilight, which in addition not infrequently— like the effect of a fog or moonshine — gives to things exaggerated dimensionsand unnatural appearance."-Carl von Clausewitz, On War