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1 Battle Management AFLCMC/HB Steven D. Wert AFPEO for Battle Management Date: 23 Feb 2015 66ABG/PA Clearance Number: 66 ABG-2015-0017

2 Overview Strategic Landscape Portfolio Update Business Opportunities PEO priorities for 2015 2

3 3 Strategic Landscape OSD / AT&LOSD / AT&L BBP 3.0BBP 3.0 Should CostShould Cost AF & SAF/AQ BTCCBTCC OTBOTB AFMC/AFLCMC Objectives Product support costsProduct support costs Standard processesStandard processes

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5 OSD Should Cost Guidance 5 A BBP “should cost” management approach should be used throughout the program life cycle. It is particularly focused on up-front planning and exploring engineering trades to ensure successful outcomes at every milestone Carter & Mueller Scrutinize every element of program cost Look for savings in repetitive activities Leverage learning curves Examine overhead and indirect costs Incentivize your contractor on costs savings

6 Battle Management—Increasing Analysis of Costs 6 Scrutinize every element of program cost

7 Battle Management Should Cost Success Stories 7 1)Construct Screening Model Bottom-up historical price screening model Range: 2009-2013 1290 data points 38 inputs Cash flow not discounted 3) Brute Force Sensitivity Analysis 4) Continuously refine/improve model 2) Identify Cost Drivers Identified 7 critical inputs Varied by +/- 20% 10 steps 700 recalculations

8 Battle Management Should Cost Success Stories 8 Examine overhead and indirect costs

9 Battle Management Should Cost SECAF: "Adherence to SCM is top five Acquisition Enterprise Priority“— HB Has Realized $474M Savings to Date 9

10 Bending the Cost Curve 10 Weapon system costs are escalating and development times increasing at an unsustainable rate AF strategy calls for “strategic agility” in all acquisition activities Air Force Acquisition Enterprise directive to become the most agile and effective acquisition force in government BTCC Initiative launched to work with Industry to foster ideas and take bold transformative actions

11 Bending the Cost Curve 11 BTCC consists of continually expanding acquisition reform activities defined through collaborative discussions with industry New BTCC topics defined at semiannual CEO Roundtables New BTCC activities formalized at semiannual AFA Conferences –Activities intended to result in tangible and meaningful reforms and/or demonstrations –All projects executed in collaboration with industry SAF/AQ to continually engage industry partners 1-on-1 to foster new ideas and maintain support

12 Bending the Cost Curve 12 Use of FPIF contracts and dialogue with industry

13 AF DCGS & PlugFest Plus Objective –Rapidly bring innovation and new capabilities to AF DCGS by leveraging combination of OTA (Other Transaction Authority) with PlugFest Plus (PFP) challenge events Multi-Releasable Intelligence Product Generation –SAF/AQ coordinating release of solicitation for event and establishment of an AF PFP OTA contract and consortium –AFRL and DGS-X arranging logistics for May PFP at Langley FED BIZ OPS Announcement –“Consortium participants would be expected to demonstrate technical capability to translate security guidance into business rules, apply the rules to a finished Intelligence Product, and produce a coalition releasable product for analyst and/or FDO review.” 13

14 Dr. LaPlante’s Sep 2014 Presentation to Air Force Association 14 If the program office doesn’t have that competency, I don’t care how competent the industry partner will be, over time the industry partner will get a little duller. You need two teams to hold each other to the highest standards. I think we’ve all seen that, we’ve all lived it. I always tell people that the worst thing in the world when I was outside the government was to work for a weak program office. We need strong program offices. We need to own the technical baseline.

15 Battle Management OTB Examples 15 AOC…Seeing the results JSTARs ReCAP....Shaping our Strategy NCMC…Preparing for the future

16 16 Long-term Strategy … Own the Technical Baseline Contract Award 15 yr TSPR contract Included multiple programs SEWS, MCCC, NCMC- ITW/AA, and Legacy Space Shared Early Warning System (SEWS) 5 yr IDIQ $78M ceiling (FMS & US) Savings 9% Re-compete in 2016 Mobile Consolidated Command Center (MCCC) 4 yr IDIQ Gov’t controlled system specs $63.1M ceiling Savings 25% Re-compete in 2016/17 Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment (ITW/AA) Integrator Small Business Award in 2014 Contract value $0.7M Savings $2.3M NORAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex (NCMC)-Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment and Space Support Contract (NISSC) 5 yr single award IDIQ >22% reduction of sustainment mhs (should cost initiative) Recompete in 2020 Regaining tech baseline to enable future Multi Award (MA) IDIQ 2000 2012 2014 2015 NCMC (future MA IDIQ) ITW/AA systems Legacy Space C2 systems Multiple Award IDIQ Gov’t owns Tech Baseline 2012 2020

17 AFMC/AFLCMC Objectives Deliver cost effective acquisition solutions Deliver affordable and effective product support Launch high confidence sustainable programs Standardize and continuously improve processes Develop and place right person at right time Assure safe, secure and quality work environment 17

18 18 Battle Management FY15 Obligations

19 19 Sole Source Directed Source Competed/Planned Battle Management FY15 Obligations

20 Attacking WSS Costs AFLCMC Objective #2 Affordable and Effective Product Support 20 AF DCGS Health Assessment Performance Execution Availability Response Time Capacity Modernization Overall Cost Schedule Performance Funding Product Support Logistics Health Assessment Leading Health Indicator (Engines) Predictive Health User Satisfaction Service Life Fragility Mission Effectiveness Cost CPSOH AF-DCGS AF-DCGS in Top 10 AF WSS costs Component service life Strategic agility July 2014 ADM— caps CFSR services contract funding to FY14 level CSS scope reduced and now small business Establishing organic support capability

21 21 Strategic Landscape Portfolio Update Business Opportunities PEO priorities for 2015

22 Mission Areas: Aerospace Mgmt Weather Systems Intelligence/ISR Systems Battle Control Systems CNS/ATM Air Ops Centers & Apps Personal Recovery Mission Planning Nuclear C2 Space Surveillance Missile Warning & Defense EWR Deployable Radars COCOM Ops Planning Tactical Battle Systems Airborne BMC2/ISR Force Protection Counter IED ISR PED HF Global Comms PCCIE, Towers & Radomes Targeting Battle Management Scope and Mission Areas 22 The AF’s core operational C2 systems, battle management, and more Vision: The most proactive and effective DoD life cycle management organization Mission: In partnership with industry, deliver and support warfighting systems—and learn to do better every day Portfolio: 130+ US programs, ~$12.3B (AY+FYDP) 1 JUON/QRC (C-IED) 7 ACAT I 4 ACAT II 48 ACAT III 12 Tech Project/Other 59 Sustainment ~120 FMS Case/Lines, ~$9.1B 42 nations and NATO 197 Supplies & Services Contracts Org/People:~3,500 people 12 Divisions / 9 Major locations 22

23 SAF/AQ Dr. W. LaPlante Lt Gen J. Thompson AFLCMC/CC Mr. Steven Wert PEODeputy PEO Col D. VanDusen HB Organization Aerospace Mgnt Systems Operation Command & Control COCOM Command & Control Theater Battle Control C2ISRAirspace Mission Planning Systems Foreign Military Sales Strategic Warn & Surv Systems Joint STARS Recapitalization AWACSForce ProtectionAerospace Dominance Enabler 23

24 Active Year Dollars by Mission Area (~$6B) 24

25 MAR Reporting Programs 25 IOC Technology Development Engineering & Manufacturing Development Production & Deployment Operations & Support Sustainment LRIP Decision Review IOT&E Critical Design Review E-3 Blk 40/45 NAS MPS Inc IV MP-RTIP ISPAN Inc 2 Material Solution Analysis Preliminary Design Review ACAT I ACAT II ACAT III AoA ABC HFG EMR HFG NGC IBDSS JET JSTARS CNU MPS Programs A-10 B-1 R7-9 F-15 Ph II F-16 BL30 F-16 BL40 F-22 JPADS SMACC 3DELRR ISPAN Inc 4 AOC WS Inc 10.2 E-3 DRAGON JSTARS Mods FRP FOC JSTARS PME DMS TACP Mod E-3 EPADS-B (complete) AFMSTT ATCALS LCM BCSS EV IBS-NS Sustainment PRC2 SEWS UL/UC2 ATCALS NAVAIDS ATCALS DALR ATCALS D-TACAN ATCALS GRN-29 CRC DCGS Data Links 1 DCGS GEOINT 1 DCGS Net Comm 1 DCGS SR 1 E-3 FQIS E-3 Vert Stab FMQ-23 FPS-117 ERP HFG Ant Repl C2AOS/C2IS-I CRC OM Mod D-ILS D-RAPCON E-3 NGIFF E-3 STWF MAFPS MPS AMC Transition WDA TACP CASS 1.4.5 JSTARS Recap 25 Why re-competing work is in both the Govt’s and industry’s best interest 25

26 Battle Management 2014 Accomplishments -Mission Planning System Inc IV fully deployed -MS-B approval for ISPAN Increment 4 – program awarded 2014 Aviation Week Program Excellence Award -Completed installation of intrusion detection system at Chabelley AB, Djibouti on Jun 14 – 154 days after request -Completed and turned over $1.8M IBDSS CCTV system at Lackland BMT Jul 14 – 1 month early -Delivered the world's smallest synthetic aperture radar (SAR) on the Shadow UAS to provide C-IED capability in Afghanistan – C-IED team won the 2014 AFA Theodore Von Karman Award 26

27 Battle Management 2014 Accomplishments -Delivered 6th and final Block 40/45 LRIP E-3 to 552 ACW and achieved IOC -Completed EMD and DT for AWACS Next Generation Identification Friend or Foe (NGIFF) -Delivered first AWACS French Mid Life Upgrade (MLU) configured aircraft -Joint STARS program completed Beyond Line of Sight Network Architecture Upgrade—reducing O&M costs by $6M/yr -Completed MIDS/JTRS upgrade on JSTARS—1st USAF fleet to fully deploy new Link 16 terminals -Signed letter of Acceptance (LOA) and awarded initial contract for Qatar Air Defense Operations Center (ADOC) 27

28 28 Strategic Landscape Portfolio Update Business Opportunities PEO priorities for 2015

29 BM Potential Opportunity (AOC WS) 10.1 Various System Components 29 Business Opportunity Schedule – RE13 FY15 Actions AOC 10.1 – NetCentric/IT Hardware/ Software Products & Services to Support Fielding's to COCOMS ⁻ Networking Equipment ⁻ Servers/Routers ⁻ Peripherals ⁻ Software & Associated Maintenance ⁻ Services/Trainings Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: NETCENTS 2: Products Application Services Total FY15 Contract Actions/Spend: NETCENTS 2 – 100+ @ ~$23M total All Sustainment/Procurement Actions Anticipated Contract Type: FFP POC: Lt Col Reybitz, (781) 225-9367 Industry Day: N/A Draft RFP Release Multiple: Ongoing – Sep 15 RFP Release: Multiple: Ongoing – Sep 15 Contract Award: Multiple: Ongoing – Sep 15 (30-45 days prior to fielding) Period of Performance: Multiple: 1 year from contract award

30 BM Potential Opportunity (AOC WS) – 10.1 System/Component Training 30 Small Business Opportunity Schedule Industry Day: N/A Draft RFP Release: Multiple: Ongoing - Sep 15 RFP Release: Multiple: Ongoing - Sep 15 Contract Award: Multiple: Jan 15 – Sep 15 Period of Performance: Multiple: Ranges from Jan 15 – Oct 15 Provide training (Sys-Admin, Net- Admin, Operator) and train-the-trainer materials to support fielding of the AOC (10.1 and 10.2) to various COCOMS ~75-100 separate system- specific training events Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: Estimated Contract values $12K- $1.5M ($13M+ FY15 total) NETCENTS I & II Anticipated Contract Type: FFP POC: Lt Col Reybitz, (781) 225-9367

31 BM Potential Opportunity (AOC WS) – Sustainment and Tech Refresh 31 Potential Opportunity Schedule Industry Day: Jul 14 Draft RFP Release: May 15 RFP Release: July 15 Contract Award: Feb 16 Period of Performance: One year with options for up to four additional years Provide mission and installed product support services to the AOC WS, including third-party integration and technical refresh activities. Potential Small Business Opportunity (TBD) Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: Estimated Contract values Up to $192M over 5 years Alliant Small Business, Alliant Large Business, full & open Anticipated Contract Type: CPFF LOE POC: Lt Col Reybitz, (781) 225-9367

32 BM Potential Opportunity Theater Battle Management Core Systems Force Level (TBMCS FL) 32 Small Business Opportunity ScheduleContract Information Procurement Process: 120 days RFP Release: 60 days prior to Contract Award Contract Awards: Monthly (on-going) Period of Performance: Dependent on warranty duration Procure H/W (routers, servers, etc), S/W and S/W licenses to support sustainment of installations world-wide Anticipated Contract Strategy: Estimated Contract value $5.2M in approx. 30 potential opportunities NETCENTS 2 Anticipated Contract Type: FFP POC: Michelle Lardizabal (781) 225-9029

33 BM Potential Opportunity Air Force Modeling & Simulation Training Toolkit (AFMSTT) 33 Small Business Opportunity Schedule Industry Day: 04 Sep 14 Draft RFP Release: Mar 15 RFP Release: May 15 Contract Award: Dec 15 Period of Performance: Dec 15 – Dec 20 Development & sustainment activities to stay current with AOC training objectives. Air Warfare Simulator Command and Control Systems Interface Air Base Simulator Logistics Model Scenario Generation System Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: Estimated Contract Value $50M (base year with options) Full and Open Competition (SB) Anticipated Contract Type: CPFF POC: Joshua Hurst, (781) 225-0647

34 BM Potential Opportunity Targeting and Geospatial (T&G) Intelligence 34 Small Business Opportunity Schedule HW RFQ Release (Multiple): FY15 SW RFP Release (JTT/IOTA): Apr 15 (C2AD contract) Contract Award: Dec 15 HW Contract Awards (Multiple): FY15 SW RFP Release SW Contract Award (EGPL – product library): July 15 Contract Award: Jan16 DO Period of Performance: 1-2 years Develop agile Intelligence applications…deliver hardware into a system of systems architecture and modernize applications when required to reduce time analysts spend in the targeting cycle. Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: $123.3M Total Multiple Delivery Orders (DOs) Estimate: $0.5-2.0M per DO Contract Vehicle(s) C2AD/Small Business competition ACAT III duration FY15-FY18 Anticipated Contract Type: Multiple Delivery Orders (various contract types depending on requirements) POC: Mr. Jim Sweeney (781) 225-0524

35 Small Business Opportunity Schedule Industry Day: Jun 15 Draft RFP Release: Sep 15 RFP Release: Oct 15 Contract Award: May 16 Period of Performance: May 16 – May 21 Follow-on contract to maintain and update Testbed capabilities. Live flight imagery support to multi- agency exercise and test events including Red Flag, Global Hawk Sensor Testing, and Enterprise Challenge Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: $9M contract ceiling Target Small Business Anticipated Contract Type: CPFF POC: Ms. Jennifer Gregory, (781) 225-0591 BM Potential Opportunity DCGS Imagery Testbed (DCGS-I) 35

36 BM Potential Opportunity AF Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) Contract Sustainment Support of COTS Cont. 36 Small Business Opportunity Schedule RFP Release: Jun 2015 Contract Award: Aug 2015 Period of Performance: ~Aug 2015 – Dec 2015 Provide hardware and software to sustain AF DCGS Netcomms and the AF DCGS Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) This network equipment must be upgraded and sustained as it moves to a Cloud Architecture. Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: Estimated contract value $5M contract NETCENTS-2 Anticipated Contract Type: FFP POC: Mr. Fred Harrington, (781) 225-0641

37 BM Potential Opportunity AF Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) Contract Sustainment Support of COTS Cont. 37 Small Business Opportunity Schedule RFP Release: Jan 2015 Contract Award: Feb 2015 Period of Performance: ~Feb 2015 – May 2015 Provide hardware and software to sustain AF DCGS Netcomms and the Releasable Enclave Management This network equipment must be put in place to allow remote management of network devices Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: Estimated contract value $1.4M NETCENTS-2 Anticipated Contract Type: FFP POC: Mr. Ed Wong, (781) 225-0705

38 Small Business Opportunity Schedule Industry Day: TBD Contract Award: August 15 PoP Begins: 29 September 15 Support engineering integration through analysis oversight of interface modifications between ITW/AA & contributing missions Perform Integrated Database Management, providing data integrity of the world-wide system data, messaging catalog & ICDs BM Potential Opportunity Integrated Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment (ITW/AA) System Integrator 38 Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: NETCENTS-2 Anticipated Contract Type: TBD POC: Mr. James Lovely (719) 556-2249

39 Business Opportunity Schedule Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: Range: $2M - $12M Most will use Force Protection Site Security Systems (FPS3) ID/IQ, limited competition; some targeted for SB Anticipated Contract Type: Various contract types POC: Mr. Patrick Dagle, 781-225-6733 RFQ Release: Various, starting Jan 15 Contract Award: Starting Mar 15 Period of Performance: 6 months or more 39 Design, integrate and install electronic security systems to numerous bases world-wide Integrated Base Defense Security System (IBDSS)

40 40 BaseEffort DescriptionSite Survey RFQ Release Contract Award Period of Performance ValueContract Type Lackland AFB Installation/integration of video and audio surveillance system for new Basic Military Training facilities Done Jan 15Mar 156 months<$5MFFP* Creech AFB Security system installation for remotely piloted aircraft Done2Q FY15 3Q FY15 24 months>$5MFFP WSA Upgrade Design WSA Upgrade Project Design for Minot, Malmstrom and FE Warren DoneMar 15Apr 1512 months>$5MCR Cavalier AFB Upgrade existing intrusion detection system (IDS) DoneApr 15Jul 1518 months<$5MFFP* FE Warren AFB WSF Weapon Storage Facility electronic security system/remote targeting engagement system design N/A Apr 15Jun 1512 months<$5MCR Malmstrom AFB Replace/integrate existing protection- level 4 IDS equipment into existing annunciator May 15Aug 156 monthsFFP Greeley ANGB Restricted area boundary line of detection, initial visual assessment and automated entry control system equipment refresh Mar 15 Jun 15Sep 1518 months<$5MFFP* FY15 IBDSS Efforts * Small Business Target

41 41 BaseEffort DescriptionSite Survey RFQ Release Contract Award Period of Performance ValueContract Type Whiteman AFB MPA/AECS Replacement DoneJul 15Nov 1524 months >$5M FFP or FPIF Beale AFB9 SFS & 7SWS IDS Integration Jan 15 Jul 15Nov 1524 months >$5M FPIF or CPIF Cape Canaveral AS 45 SWS IDS Refresh May 15 Sep 15Jan 1612 months <$5M FFP* Osan AB Upgrade of Mass Parking Area and Bldg 949 Command Control Display Equipment and Intrusion Detection System Apr 15 Oct 15Feb 1624 months >$10M FFP or FPIF Buckley ANGB Main Base IDS Refresh Boulder Site IDS Refresh Jun 15 Oct 15Feb 1618 months <$5M FFP* Cheyenne Mountain AS IDS Refresh Jul 15 Nov 15Mar 1612 months <$5M FFP* Edwards AFB Birk Flight Test Facility Aug 15 Dec 15Apr 1624 months >$5M FFP or FPIF Offutt AFBSTRATCOM Annunciator Replacement Sep 15 Jan 16May 1612 months <$5M FFP WSA Refresh WSA Upgrade Project Installs Feb 16Apr 16Aug 1624 months >$5M FFP or FPIF FY16 IBDSS Efforts * Small Business Target

42 BM Potential Opportunity Atmospheric Early Warning System (AEWS) Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) Study 42 Small Business Opportunity Schedule Sources Sought: Aug 14 Draft RFP Release: Dec 14 RFP Release: Jan 15 Contract Award: Jul 15 SLEP PoP: Jul 15 – Feb 16 Contract Information Anticipated Contract Strategy: Estimated Contract Value $1.2M Full and Open Competition Anticipated Contract Type: FFP POC: Mr. Tim Perkins (801) 775-5205 Service life extension study to the AN/FPS-124 radars

43 Current Business FY15 43 Now Timeline

44 44 Strategic Landscape Portfolio Update Business Opportunities PEO priorities for 2015

45 PEO Priorities Continue to make progress on our most challenging programs: JSTARS Recap, 3DELRR, AF-DCGS, AOC 10.2, and QEAF ADOC/EWR—and proactively engage to keep all others on track Renew stakeholder relationships with HAF, SAF, COCOM staffs and MAJCOM/A5s Increase the number and quality of should cost initiatives based on analyses of costs Fully integrate product support and services contracts into our business operations Use AFLCMC standard processes—streamline and make them better Contribute to OSD, Air Force, AFMC, and AFLCMC initiatives on cost and effectiveness Continue to provide our people great opportunities to shine in our important mission 45

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