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1 mil-oss.org What You Need to Know About The Federal CIO’s Memo A Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 1 Mil-OSS connects and empowers an active community of civilian and military open source software and hardware developers across the United States. This grassroots movement is a collection of diverse patriots that work for and with the Department of Defense and believe in adopting open technology innovation philosophies to effectively defend our nation.

2 mil-oss.org THE ROAD TO ‘SHARED FIRST’ Background Information 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 2

3 mil-oss.org OSS is considered “commercial computer software” and therefore allowable under the United States Code, the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), and the Defense Federal Acquisition Supplement (DFARS) OSS often considered “commercial off-the-shelf” (COTS) per 41 USC 403 OSS is preferred as commercial and nondevelopmental items (NDI) “to the maximum extent practicable” under 10 USC USC USC 403; FAR 2.101, FAR 12; DFARS , DFARS 252FAR 2.101FAR 12DFARS DFARS 252 The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 3 FAR & DFARS Regulations DoD & Service Policies Background

4 mil-oss.org DoD Policy – 2003 OSS in the DoD (Stenbit Memo)OSS in the DoD (Stenbit Memo) – 2006 Open Technology Development RoadmapOpen Technology Development Roadmap – 2009 Clarifying Guidance Regarding Open SourceClarifying Guidance Regarding Open Source – 2010 Better Buying Power (Carter Memo)Better Buying Power (Carter Memo) U.S. Army – AR 25-2 p4-6 AR 25-2 U.S. Navy – 2007 Open Source Software GuidanceOpen Source Software Guidance The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 4 FAR & DFARS Regulations DoD & Service Policies Background

5 mil-oss.org Stephen VanRoekel – Former USAIDE (Exec. Director) International IT Familiarity Importance of Open Standards – Former FCC (Mng. Director) FCC Website Relaunch on OSS Platform API – Former Microsoft (Sr. Director) Preceded by Vivek Kundra – First CIO, had a clean slate – Set out the 25 Points Memo The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 5 The Federal CIO Abundance of OSS Cost-Effective Solutions The Value Added Interagency Sharing Re-Deployable Solutions Vendor-Neutral Why Now?

6 mil-oss.org Over half a million projects Over 5,000 sites for projects Over 2,000 licenses Approx. 20% of all code is Open Source Approx. 95% of code bases contain undisclosed OSS code Over 50% of code bases contain unknown or reciprocal (or protective) licenses Black Duck Software The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 6 The Federal CIO Abundance of OSS Cost-Effective Solutions The Value Added Interagency Sharing Re-Deployable Solutions Vendor-Neutral Why Now?

7 mil-oss.org Redundant problems should never be met with redundant problem solving Utilizes the r 3 Principle – Reuse when Possible – Repurpose when Practical – Recycle when Plausible The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 7 The Federal CIO Abundance of OSS Cost-Effective Solutions The Value Added Interagency Sharing Re-Deployable Solutions Vendor-Neutral Why Now?

8 mil-oss.org Cost-Effective Development Highly Efficient Increased productivity Increased innovation Increased collaboration The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 8 The Federal CIO Abundance of OSS Cost-Effective Solutions The Value Added Interagency Sharing Re-Deployable Solutions Vendor-Neutral Why Now?

9 mil-oss.org Without communities of interest around Defense- related OSS projects, they too often go unknown and unused Improve the project by involving other-agency input and collaboration NASA found it is easier to share agency-to-agency under OSS license than under government re-use regulations The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 9 The Federal CIO Abundance of OSS Cost-Effective Solutions The Value Added Interagency Sharing Re-Deployable Solutions Vendor-Neutral Why Now?

10 mil-oss.org The military lends itself to redundant problems Redundant problems should never be met with redundant problem solving. Open Source enables the reuse of solutions to common problems Adaptability to expand from a basic problem into a new solution or service. The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 10 The Federal CIO Abundance of OSS Cost-Effective Solutions The Value Added Interagency Sharing Re-Deployable Solutions Vendor-Neutral Why Now?

11 mil-oss.org Readable source code makes it impossible to become locked-in with a specific vendor Future vendor competition Rapid deployment is a strong case in the DoD IT tools for evolving mission solutions. The Road to ‘Shared First’ 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 11 The Federal CIO Abundance of OSS Cost-Effective Solutions The Value Added Interagency Sharing Re-Deployable Solutions Vendor-Neutral Why Now?

12 mil-oss.org ABOUT CAFEA Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 12

13 mil-oss.org Common Approach to Federal EA (CAFEA) Replaces the 2001 Practical Guide to Federal Enterprise Architecture Released 2 MAY 2012 Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 13 Policy Progressive Groundwork What is it?

14 mil-oss.org Forward-Looking “Future-Ready” Keenly aware of the UK’s Open-Source First Policy Debacle Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 14 Policy Progressive Groundwork What is it?

15 mil-oss.org Not Exactly OSS Policy, but Gets Close The ‘Principles’ Are In-Line with OSS Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 15 Policy Progressive Groundwork What is it?

16 mil-oss.org Services should be standardized within and between agencies where possible (p14) Data and information exchange should be based on open standards (p15) Use well documented interfaces built on non- proprietary open platforms using standard platform independent data protocols (such as XML) (p15) Open-source software solutions should be included in alternatives analyses (p15) Use cloud-based application, platform, and infrastructure hosting designs whenever possible to promote scalability, cost-efficiency, and metering (p15) Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 16 Principles Relevant to OSS Collaborative Planning Methodology Shared First Excerpts

17 mil-oss.org Collaborative Planning Methodology “CPM is structured to embrace the principles of leverage and reuse by assisting planners in determining whether there are other organizations that have previously addressed similar needs, and whether their business model, experiences and work products can be leveraged to expedite improvement.” (p16) Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 17 Principles Relevant to OSS Collaborative Planning Methodology Shared First Excerpts

18 mil-oss.org Shared First “In alignment with “Shared First” principle, it is at this point that the planners consult both internal and external service catalogs for pre-existing services that are relevant to the current needs. In some instances, an entire business model, policy, technology solution, or service may be reusable... an important benefit in these cost-constrained, quickly evolving times.” (p18) Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 18 Principles Relevant to OSS Collaborative Planning Methodology Shared First Excerpts

19 mil-oss.org Open Source advocates are not anti-competition Other business models can be successful and effective Best solutions come from open competition, putting all solutions on equal footing is ideal for competition Reusing its assets before acquiring new ones is ideal for the Federal Government Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 19 OSS First Best Stance Danger of OSS Only Future Policies Outcomes

20 mil-oss.org The Debacle in the UK Economically harms competitors with different business models Hampers innovation from some private-sector companies with proprietary business models. Ties the hands of Acquisition professionals Forces companies into a particular business model to do business with the Federal Government. Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 20 OSS First Best Stance Danger of OSS Only Future Policies Outcomes

21 mil-oss.org Clearly include “Open Source” in the language Continue to promote r 3 Work with legislators to improve code reuse Shared First ~ OSS 23 MAY 2012 What You Need to Know About The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture 21 OSS First Best Stance Danger of OSS Only Future Policies Outcomes

22 mil-oss.org PRESENTATION INFORMATION 19 JAN 2012 An Introduction to the Mil-OSS Community 22

23 mil-oss.org Contact Information PresenterKane McLean Websitemil-oss.orgmil-oss.org Phone General Presenter Presentation Information Version1.0 Revised23 MAY JAN 2012 An Introduction to the Mil-OSS Community 23


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