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1 Operational Contract Support Update
Mr. Joseph Camacho Joint Knowledge Development and Distribution Capability (JKDDC) Program Director

2 Agenda JKDDC/JKO Overview Background on JKO support to ADUSD (PS)
Overview of OCS training via JKO Introduction to OCS – J4OP-US380 Operational Contract Support (GOFO) Essentials Course – J4ST-US429 OCS Planners Course Overview (To be published SEP 2010) OCS Community of Interest Site Strategic Communication Plan Proposal

3 Joint Knowledge Online
3 PORTALS KEY CAPABILITIES Offers COCOM and theater directed individual training Provides certified joint courseware Tracks / reports defense-wide training Provides multinational, interagency & intergovernmental training product access Supports innovative advanced technologies (web-based games, immersive learning, avatars) ~$100M in cost avoidance JKO-S (SIPRnet) JKO-IP Internet Public JKO-N (NIPRnet) JKDDC is an OSD sponsored Training Transformation initiative designed to improve the way we train and prepare individuals for joint staff deployment and integrated operations. The JKO enterprise portal system provides access to a learning management system (LMS) of joint, multinational and interagency courseware and web-based learning tools and services via three networks: Internet (http://jko.cmil.org), military unclassified (NIPRnet and classified networks (SIPRnet The JKDDC portal offers access to “one stop shopping” for joint context and content. Single sign on capability means users login to JKO using CAC and have access to all sites and applications with a single account without having to create multiple user names and passwords. All three portal channels provide access to the JKDDC learning management system that tracks, documents and reports student progress. Course status and completions are recorded in the LMS so that students can track progress. The JKO LMS also allows training officers to track student progress and completions. Each instantiation of the LMS is customized to the particular network: The LMS on NIPRnet provides access to all JKDDC courseware with the exception of classified material. The LMS on SIPRnet provides all courseware found on NIPRnet with the addition of classified courses and material. The LMS via Internet Public access provides access to non-FOUO courses that are relevant to joint/integrated operations. Joint courseware across Services, Combatant Commands and Combat Support Agencies is captured and sorted by UJTL, providing cross-referenced knowledge sources and allowing individuals to find training based on specific task needs. JKO JMO works with stakeholders to convert and conform classroom training to latest advanced distributed learning (ADL) standards, conform online training to latest ADL standards and integrate compliant curriculum with the JKO LMS. Customized Communities of Interest (COI) have proven a popular portal feature. COIs provide a forum for practitioners of a particular discipline to interact and share knowledge and experiences pertinent to their task areas. A customized community page allows members to update each other on developments in the shared discipline. The capability rolled out April 30, 2007 and our baseline metrics reflect impressive early adoption and continuing growth. Communities of Interest Training and Support Joint Individual Augmentee Training Program Provincial Reconstruction Team Training Combined Joint Task Force HOA CENTCOM JTF Crisis Response Combined Joint Task Force SOUTH Afghanistan (Combined Joint Task Force 101) Joint Irregular Warfare Center International Security Assistance Force Operations Contract Support Baseline Metrics (since 30 April 07) ~121,000 registered users ~2,000,000 total portal logins ~327,000 course completions 412 courses (~1917 hrs of instruction) available WARRIOR VALUE WARRIOR VALUE Top Course Completions SERE 100 Code of Conduct USFK Theater Specific Required Training Combating Trafficking in Persons Fundamentals of Personnel Recovery Joint Task Force (JTF) 101 Improvised Explosive Device Awareness Metrics as of 26 Feb 2010

4 JKO Joint Content Management Architecture
Knowledge as a force multiplier

5 JKDDC Program Goal to Support OCS
In accordance with NDAA Sect 854 & NDAA Sect 849 and in collaboration with ADUSD (PS) and Joint Staff guidance, develop and maintain an operational contract support (OCS) online training program (OTP) for non-acquisition DoD officers, enlisted and civilians, based on approved JP 4-10 joint logistics doctrine and OSD(AT&L) guidance. Knowledge as a force multiplier

6 Program Objectives Phase I (FY 09-10)
Objective 1. OCS Front-end Analysis  Objective 2. OCS Community of Interest  Objective 3. OCS Pre-Deployment Training Module  Objective 4. Baseline OCS Curriculum (2 courses)  (in work) Objective 5. OCS Training Assessment and Feedback (cont) Objective 6. OCS Strategic Planning Documents  Knowledge as a force multiplier

7 Knowledge as a force multiplier
Assumptions Value-added benefit is to fill the need for non-acquisition officer/enlisted/civilian training on how to plan for, interface with and maximize the capabilities available through Operational Contract Support and the contractor workforce. Proposed objectives to be accomplished in collaboration with military Service Schools and logistics subject matter experts over 3-Year period (FY 09-11) Knowledge as a force multiplier

8 Introduction to OCS (J4OP-US380)
Provides basic familiarity of operational contract support (OCS) to non-acquisition community. Course objectives Identify the roles and responsibilities of DoD, joint, and Services, Commanders and staffs as it relates to OCS Recognize key contractor support integration principles Recognize key contractor management principles Define the five key tasks of the OCS process Planning Requirements Identification Contract Development Contract Execution Contract Closeout

9 OCS (GOFO) Essentials Course (J4ST-US429)
Provides General Officers/Flag Officers a high level overview of operational contract support (OCS) principles and concepts. Course objectives Planning essentials Oversight essentials Fraud, Waste & Abuse essentials Planning Essentials – ID OCS planning considerations and resources critical to successfully integrating and managing contracted support 5 key OCS Tasks Planning Requirements determination Contract Development Contract Execution Contract closeout Key planning principles Most joint operations will include significant contract support There are non-contract cost and burdens associated with contracted support that may not be readily appartent Contracted support and ists associated contractor management challenges must be closely integrated early in the operation planning process BLUF Contracted support and contractor management issues must be planned for early in the planning process Oversight Essentials – ID how Commanders can promote mission success through increased awareness of oversight responsibilities FWA Essentials – ID resources to detect and prevent FWA

10 OCS Planner’s Course (J4ST-US432)
Primer course to promote familiarity with OCS planning. (NOTE: this course is not intended to certify learners as OCS planners) Course objectives Identify the basic tenets of the joint planning process Identify key considerations and principles of the contract support integration plan (CSIP) Identify key considerations and principles of the contractor management plan (CMP). Recognize OCS doctrinal publications, tools, and resources relevant to current and emerging OCS planning principles. JOCSP working group meeting today at 1530 to review draft course outline JKDDC is standing by to develop additional courses as requirements dictate Planning Essentials – ID OCS planning considerations and resources critical to successfully integrating and managing contracted support 5 key OCS Tasks Planning Requirements determination Contract Development Contract Execution Contract closeout Key planning principles Most joint operations will include significant contract support There are non-contract cost and burdens associated with contracted support that may not be readily appartent Contracted support and ists associated contractor management challenges must be closely integrated early in the operation planning process BLUF Contracted support and contractor management issues must be planned for early in the planning process Oversight Essentials – ID how Commanders can promote mission success through increased awareness of oversight responsibilities FWA Essentials – ID resources to detect and prevent FWA

11 OCS COI on New JKO IP Site

12 GCC Role Review

13 GCC Responsibility Review

14 GCC Training Links

15 OCS Publicity Campaign
FY 11 Proposal Communications Outreach Objectives Meet sponsors’ expectations for training effectiveness, metrics capture and ability to report out Announce availability of courses and community of interest Reach stakeholder audiences with message of relevance and value to them Build awareness, generate interest, and promote use of training and community Metrics Capturing and Reporting Determine appropriate metrics # course completions Demographics of course completions COI member registrations Level of participation/collaboration Training effectiveness Determine reporting requirements Data, tools, audiences, periodicity of reporting Develop and execute reporting procedures

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