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1 United States Fleet Forces Command…Comptroller Overview UNCLASSIFIED RDML (S) John P. Polowczyk ComptrollerUSFFC May 14, 2013

2 Agenda Understanding United States Fleet Forces Command How We Produce Readiness Fiscal Update Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) United States Fleet Forces Command Contract Efforts 2

3 Mission 3 Train, certify and provide combat-ready Navy forces to Combatant Commanders that are capable of conducting prompt, sustained naval, joint, and combined operations in support of U.S. national interests. Command and control subordinate Navy forces and shore activities during the planning and execution of assigned service functions in support of Chief of Naval Operations. Provide operational planning and coordination support to Commander, U.S. Northern Command (CDR USNORTHCOM), Commander U.S. Element NORAD (CDR USELEMNORAD), and Commander, U.S. Strategic Command (CDR USSTRATCOM). Command and control subordinate forces during the planning and execution of joint missions as the Joint Forces Maritime Component Commander North (JFMCC-N) to CDR USNORTHCOM. Per FFC MF&T (OPNAVINST B), Signed 25APR12

4 Commander’s Intent 4 Warfighting first, but hollowness is not an option. To successfully execute our mission, we must: Support and defend our homeland Send forward-deployed warfighters the most lethal Naval Forces possible Standardize Readiness production Drive costs down, and increase Readiness effectiveness Harness the power of properly trained and aligned staffs Synchronize actions and messages to produce effects Hold Commanders and Leaders accountable for results

5 5 U.S. Fleet Forces Roll Call Postured to Meet Global Mission Requirements Surface ~40,000 People* 76 Ships Aviation ~50,000 People* Aircraft 5 Aircraft Carriers Subsurface ~8,000 People* 32 Submarines Expeditionary ~30,000 People* 3 Riverine Squadrons 7 Construction Regiments 2 EOD Groups 11 MESF Squadrons 5 Logistics Regiments Network Warfare ~15,000 People* 28 Activities * Includes Military, Government Civilian, and Private Contractor Staff

6 6 Command Relationships REGIONAL COMMANDERS SHORE INSTALLATION COMMANDERS U.S. PACIFIC FLEET U.S. NAVAL FORCES EUROPE COMMAND U.S. NAVAL FORCES CENTRAL COMMAND U.S. NAVAL FORCES SOUTHERN COMMAND NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMMAND MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS U.S. STRATEGIC COMMAND CNIC USFF NAVY CYBER FORCES COMMAND NAVY EXPEDITIONARY COMBAT COMMAND MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND FLEET CYBER COMMAND SURFACE FORCES ATLANTIC SUBMARINE FORCES ATLANTIC AIR FORCES ATLANTIC STRIKE FORCE TRAINING ATLANTIC COMMAND STRIKE FORCE TRAINING ATLANTIC COMMAND NAVAL STRIKE & AIR WARFARE CENTER NAVAL STRIKE & AIR WARFARE CENTER STRIKE GROUP COMMANDERS STRIKE NAVAL WARFARE DEVELOPMENT COMMAND COMMAND NAVYMUNITIONSCOMMANDNAVYMUNITIONSCOMMAND NAVY METEOROLOGY & OCEANOGRAPHYCOMMAND OCEANOGRAPHYCOMMAND U.S. NAVAL FORCES AFRICA COMMAND U.S. NORTHERN COMMAND

7 Alignment North to South 7 DON Objectives for FY12 and Beyond Global Force Management Warfighting and Readiness Joint and Fleet Operations Sailors, Civilians, and Their Families Safety (underpins all other Lines of Operation) Fleet Forces Lines of Operation CNO’s Sailing Directions Warfighting FirstOperate Forward Take Care of Our People Maintain Warfighter Readiness in an Era of Reduced Budgets Lead the Nation in Sustainable Energy Promote Acquisition Excellence and Integrity Dominate in Unmanned Systems Drive Innovative Enterprise Transformation Be Ready

8 Alignment East to West “Two Fleets, One Voice” 8 Fleet Forces Lines of Operation provide the lens through which mission is executed: Pacific Fleet Priorities broadly define the primary focus areas: Warfighting and Readiness Joint and Fleet Operations Global Force Management Sailors, Civilians, and Their Families Safety (underpins all Lines of Operation) Warfighting Readiness Advance Regional Partnerships and Alliances Purposeful, Forward Presence Value our People and Their Families Safety

9 Readiness Kill Chain Assess EndsWays RESOURCE / POLICY ASSESS / PROCURE PRE- INTRO BASICINTEGRATED MAINT DEPLOY & SUSTAIN FRTP Surface Aviation Submarines C4ISR/CYBER NECC Weapon System Common Actions Synchronized Training Full Weapon System Ops Means Personnel Equipment Supplies Training Ordnance Installations Networks Community / Industry OP/TAC HQs Everyone is part of the Readiness Kill Chain Everyone needs to know their place and role in the Readiness Kill Chain Means and Ways must support the Ends – our Deployability / Sustainment model, the FRP SYSCOMs / CNIC / MSC CPF / FFC Responsibility TYCOMsCSFTL/P Numbered Fleets The Joint StaffOPNAV N1, N2/6, N3/5, N4, N8, N9 As of 30NOV2012 9

10 Navy Level ~$49B requirement Continuous Resolution (CR) “wedge” $5.5B Sequestration took out $4.4B Navy down ~$10B on $50B program USFFC - BSO 60 ~$11.9B requirement ~$9.9B CR/SEQ control ~$2B reduction of Fleet spending ADM Gortney’s Fleet Priorities Support FY 13 Global Force Management Allocation Plan (GFMAP) Prepare FY 14 GFMAP CENTCOM BMD ships FY 13 Fiscal Update Sequestration Overview 10

11 Navy’s Revised Plan: Tier Alpha and Tier Bravo Tier Alpha: Recoverable actions and/or things to do in 4 th Quarter such as: Cancel 4 th Quarter A/C maintenance Civilian hiring freeze Reduced Tuition Assistance Reduce NECC equipment buys Cancel 4 th quarter SDM Reduce FSRM Furloughs in 4 th Quarter Travel restrictions Contract reductions Tier Bravo: Drastic actions with direct impact to Fleet operations such as: Cut Deployments Cancel MIAMI and PORTER repairs Cancel 3 rd Quarter SDM maintenance Reduce flying and steaming hours FY 13 Fiscal Update (continued) 11

12 Where are we now? HR 933 or Public Law as an appropriation bill OM&N ~ $43.9B with additional resources for CGs / LSDs in a transfer fund Navy still ~$4B short to adjusted lower requirement…1 CSG presence Limited transfer authority for Navy ~$250M out of DoD $7B; remainder to Army and Air Force Current status = we will make it through FY 13, but with shortfalls across the fleet…but no significant reduction to operating forces May bow wave some requirements into FY 14 FY 14 Outlook USFFC (BSO 60) Required =~$11.1B PB14 =~$10.5B SEQ = ~$9.5B Shortfall of ~$1.6B Current Status 12

13 13  National Defense Authorization Act (2010) - Mandated that DoD financial statements are validated and ready for audit by 30 September 2017  The Office of Secretary of Defense has directed DoD produce an audit ready Statement of Budgetary Resources by 2014  The Secretary of the Navy accelerated DoN’s audit readiness timeline to 2013  DoD has developed a standard process for all services to assert financial segments through discovery, testing and implementing corrective actions to prepare for validation by an Independent Public Accountant (IPA)  Audit Readiness = 100% of financial transactions are captured, properly documented, and substantiated Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) Background 13

14 Contractor Vendor Pay (CVP) Reimbursable Work Order – Grantor/Performer (RWO- G/P) Funds Balance with Treasury (FBwT) Financial Statement Compilation & Reporting (FSCR) Transportation of People (ToP) Transportation of Things (ToT) Acquire to Retire (A2R) Civilian Pay (CIVPAY) Existence and Completeness (E&C) Military Pay (MILPAY) Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) Financial Segments Current Efforts Business Process Standardization (BPS) Booz Allen Hamilton (19 FTEs) (N b-ZD27) Phases 2 Align system agnostic to system- specific processes Confirm controls and business rules align to corresponding steps Document/confirm all financial controls are included within processes Identify opportunities for reduced process variation around control steps Phase 2.5 Implementation Guidelines Accounting Handbook Segment-specific Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) documents Establish a Resource site KPMG (~4 FTEs) Phase 3.0 Implement accepted standard processes Establish Support Teams Compliance testing and metrics Assertion Testing Accenture (4 FTEs) (N D-Z ) Using the FIAR Methodology, provide direct support in the 6 phases in the DoD FIAR Methodology: 1Discovery 2Corrective Actions 3Evaluation 4Assertion 5Validation 6Audit from IPA BPS Phase IV Sustainment of approved business processes Change management around any previously approved standardized process Periodic testing of controls and compliance with published standards Future Efforts USFF FIAR Efforts 14

15 FY 13 Contract Focus Areas 15 Unclassified FOCUS AREA 1 HQ Contract Initiatives FOCUS AREA 3 ECH III Contract Initiatives Deep Dive to analyze: Long term contract support (>5 yrs) High priced labor (>$250K) Consolidation of like requirements Deep Dive to analyze: What are the primary contract vehicles used What Contracting Centers are used What kind of support is needed FOCUS AREA 2 HQ Policy and Oversight FOCUS AREA 4 ECH III Priorities Revisions to USFFINST Service Support Contract Mgmt Contract clause to cover work stoppage under severe cuts and/or furlough scenarios for FY14 actions Discussions with ECH IIIs to evaluate shared umbrella contract opportunities. Identify measures to streamline and gain efficiencies to reduce costs

16 CONTRACT # CONTRACTOR END OF PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION N CQ353 EY AK TECHNOLOGY LLC Provide functional and technical support for the Command Financial Management System (CFMS). N DZ006CACI12/31/2013 HOA OCO Financial Support Personnel. N DZ006CACI12/31/2013 Ship Operations and Flying Hr analytical support. SP070003D1380BAH12/26/2013 Fleet Integration, Strategic planning and communications. GS00F0059MJHT9/30/2013 Building Manager. N DZ006CACI12/31/2013 Horn of Africa deployment training. GS23F9755HBAH9/30/2013 Support sailors IA assignment in six principle areas. N D4091 NORTHRUM GRUMMAN 8/31/2013 Maritime Operations Center support. N D0040PREVAILANCE7/12/2013 Contracted antiterrorism expertise and support through the conduct of research and analysis, and technical and doctrinal report generation for USFF. N DZ006CACI12/31/2013 Contracted logistics support and fleet readiness analysis. Current USFF Contracts 16

17 CONTRACT # CONTRACTOR END OF PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION GS10F0076JSAIC9/28/2013 Environmental contract support. N D4760HONEYWELL5/19/2013 Provide network engineering support, Fleet Forces online portal support, naval messaging delivery and profiling support. GS23F8006HSAIC7/30/2013 Contracted Fleet Training support for live and synthetic training worldwide. N CQ360 PITS, INC 5/14/2014 Fleet Training Fiscal Support Services. N CQ226 PITS, INC 5/11/2014 Fleet Training Technical and Acquisition Support Services. N C0039 TRINITY SHIP MANAGEMENT 9/15/2013 PREVAIL Training Ship Support Services GS23F8006HSAIC8/13/2013 Maritime Operations Center Training. N D0030INNOVA9/26/2013 Per DoD and OPNAV directives, support Navy Readiness Reporting through a robust, full spectrum capability-based reporting system providing more utility to the war fighter, Decision Support tools. N D-4012GDIT1/2/2014 Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) AEGIS. N D JHU9/30/2014 INTEGRATED CAPABILITIES ASSESSMENT. N D JHU9/30/2013 MOC ARCHIVE SUPPORT. N D4079 LOCKHEED MARTIN 5/31/2014 MOC support. W15P712CF600MITRE9/30/2013 Support to Fleet requirements and capability development. N D-4091NGIT8/31/2013 MOC Support. N D-0046PREVAILANCE7/31/2013 CONOPS support effort. 17 Current USFF Contracts (continued)

18 Coming Attractions 18 Re-compete for the maritime operation center training support effort - estimated - $4.5M per year Fleet Integration, strategic planning and communication support – estimated - $340K per year Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) analytic support – estimated - $700K per year USFFC Contract Management POC is Maureen Hayes: (757)

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