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Communications Information Systems (CIS) Department Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton United States Marine Corps January 2011 AFCEA “Communications State.

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1 Communications Information Systems (CIS) Department Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton United States Marine Corps January 2011 AFCEA “Communications State of the Base” Mr. Pete Copeland

2 Agenda Introduction CIS Organizational Chart Operations Division Service and Support Division Current Projects Data Systems Division Mainframe Support Division Information Assurance Division Telephone Systems Division Comm-Elect Maintenance Division CIS New Technology Initiatives Important CIS Contact Numbers

3 3 Introduction Mission: 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 DIRECTORATE AC/S CIS MR COPELAND DEPUTY DIR MR CLAYTON COMM CHIEF MGYSGT HARRINGTON OPERATIONS DIVISION OPS OFFICER 1STLT JUSTICE OPS CHIEF MSGT FOWLER STC MRS SALAZAR EKMS MSGT BEAL FREQ MGR GYSGT MORDELLE CTR BRANCH MR BRUNSCHMID SECURITY MG MR CHAVEZ MAINFRAME DIVISION (MSD) MAINFRAME MGR MS MANRY INFO ASSURANCE DIVISION (IA) IA MGR MR SCHAEFER IA CHIEF MSGT COOPER COMM-ELCT MAINT DIVISION (CEMD) MAINT MGR MR BRIDGES MAINT CHIEF MSGT CUNNINGHAM DATA DIVISION DATA MGR MR DAVIS DATA DEPUTY CAPT MAXWELL DATA CHIEF SSGT JIMENEZ TELEPHONE DIVISION TEL MGR MARK ROTHBLATT TEL Chief MSGT STEFFENS DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS LTCOL DIXON CIS Organizational Chart FISCAL/SUPPLY BUDGET ANALYST MRS HULL SUPPLY CHIEF SGT DAWSON ADMIN HUMAN RES MRS BEACHAM SERVICE AND SUPPORT DIVISION (SSD) SSD MGR MR LANE SSD CHIEF MR PETERSON PROJ MAN OFF MAJ PAULSON

5 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Operations Division POC: 1stLt Justice, (760) ,

6 Operations Division Branches Current Operations Future Operations Security Manager Site Transition Coordinator (STC) Customer Technical Representative (CTR) Frequency Spectrum Management Electronic Key Management (EKMS)

7 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Service and Support Division POC: Paul Lane, (760) ,

8 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). Service and Support Division

9 MCB Camp Pendleton CIS Current Projects ROICC Active Projects (excluding FSC) = 75 – MCB CPEN $8.1 Billion –CIS PMO involvement = 37 (49%) New Big Box New Naval Hospital CIS SSD PMB Active Projects = 57 – Confirmed Milcon = 41 (71%) – Other ** = 16

10 MCB Camp Pendleton Projects Common Operational Snapshot

11 PMB Projects Milcon41 FSC1 JOC3 TBD1 M1R13 M2R26 other2 total =57 MCB Camp Pendleton CIS Projects

12 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Data Systems Division POC: Tom Davis, (760) ,

13 13 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. Data Division

14 ACC 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. CPEN Regional ACC DMS

15 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Mainframe Support Division POC: Sue Manry, (760) ,

16 Support Regional Mainframe (3270) customers Support Functional Managers and Application sponsors Coordinate with MCNOSC on Enterprise Wide Initiatives Provide primary liaison services between DISA and the West Coast Customer Bases Oversight of the Marine Logistics Cycle (MLC) in support of our deployed forces Mainframe Support Division

17 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Cyber Security Division POC: Scott Schaefer, (760) ,

18 Cyber Security Division Information Conditions (INFOCONS) Alt Token validation/verification MCEN Operational Directives (OP-DIRS) System Authorization Access Request (SAAR – DD Form 2875) Senior Certifying Authority Representative (CAR) Network Scanning Using Retina Tool Set Currently working over 25 C/A Packages for CPEN IA Workforce Verification Process Annual IA Awareness Training for over 3300 Users

19 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Telephone Systems Division POC: Mark Rothblatt, (760) ,

20 Remote Control Center (RCC2) initiative started GIG Passive Optical Network (GPON) initiative Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Northern Telecom SL-100 Central Office Dual area codes 760/442 (4) Remote Switching Centers (21) Campus Distributors throughout MCB In excess of 2,300 Voic Subscribers Lines: 30,000 capable, over 17,700 installed 115 Class A circuits (Long Distances) 116 DSN circuits (Autovon) 382 local city trunks from Oceanside Roughly 2.5M calls processed monthly Video Teleconference (VTC) Coordination Telephone Systems Division

21 AC/S Communications and Information Systems Comm-Elect Maintenance Division POC: Bob Bridges: (760) ,

22 Support FMF and tenant organizations with handheld, mobile and base stations FMF units: 2,750+ radios Tenant units: 2,200+ radios First Responder Communications Support San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) support Range Safety LONGRIFLE System Rapid Response System (RRS) Deployment Sound Support IT and Printer/Copier Repair Comm-Elect Maintenance

23 GIG Passive Optical Network (GPON)  Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexing Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)  Replacement of current optical transport Remote Cluster Controller (RCC2)  Remote Switching Centers Enterprise Virtual Operations Center (EVOC)  Common Operational Picture enhancement 4G LTE Mesh  Significant increase in speed to wireless network CIS New Technology Initiatives

24 Important CIS Contact Numbers Telephone Support Trouble Desk (760) SIPR Support (760) NIPR Support (866) Director of Operations (760)

25 Questions? "The great uncertainty of all data in war is a peculiar difficulty, because all action must, 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 dimensions and unnatural appearance." -Carl von Clausewitz, On War


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