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S&T Component of the CBDP Dr Chuck Gallaway DTRA/CB Worldwide Chemical Conference 23 Oct 03. DTRA\'s Mission- Reduce the present threat Prepare for future threats We must make the world safer, by reducing the threat of weapons of mass destruction. Weapons of mass destruction are

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slide2

DTRA\'s Mission-

Reduce the present threat

Prepare for future threats

We must make the world safer, by reducing the threat of weapons of mass destruction

slide3

Weapons of mass destruction are

the most serious threat to the United States

slide4

Using a full spectrum of tools to reduce the present threat and prepare for future threats

Arms Control:

Inspecting threats and stopping them at national borders

Threat Reduction:

Dismantling the former Soviet nuclear arsenal in place and eliminating Iraqi weapons of mass destruction

Technology Development:

Developing, testing and fielding offensive and defensive technologies

Chemical and Biological Defense:

Assuring operations in hostile environments

Combat Support:

Assessing vulnerabilities, assuring the nuclear deterrent

Making the World Safer

slide5

The CB threat is changing

  • Warfighter – during conflict
    • Traditional
    • Emerging
  • Expanded to include terrorism
    • DoD facilities
    • Homeland Defense
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S&T team is an integral member of the CBDP team

OSD provides oversight

Joint Requirements Office (JRO)

  • Combatant Commanders
  • Services

Required Capabilities

JFOCS

Prioritized Needs

S&T Gaps

Solutions

Joint Program Executive Office (JPEO)

DTRA/CB

S&T Team

Mature Technologies

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Director

Deputy Director

Combat Support

Threat Control

Advanced Systems

& Concepts

Staff Offices

Technology Development

Threat Reduction

On-Site Inspection

Directorate

Combat Support Directorate

Technology Development

Directorate

Iraq Weapons Elimination Directorate

Chemical-Biological Defense Directorate

DTRA is organized according to mission functions

Support Directorates

Business Directorate

Security and

Counterintelligence Directorate

Mission Essential Directorates

Cooperative Threat

Reduction Directorate

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Chemical and Biological S&T Management Team

Director

Deputy

Chief Scientist

CB

Program Analysis & Financial Management

Program Integration

CBI

CBP

Non-Medical S&T

Medical S&T

Transition

CBM

CBT

CBX

- Detection

- Decontamination

- Protection

- Battlespace

- Supporting Science

- Vaccines

- C/B Therapeutics

- C/B Diagnostics

- CWA Countermeasures

- Emerging Threats/Special Projects

- Transition Planning

- T & E

- Warfighter Enhancement

- AT/FP

dtra is assisted by outside talent
DTRA is assisted by "outside" talent
  • Board of Advisors
    • Provide advice and recommendations to CB S&T Director
    • Flag Officers and SES\'s from JRO, JPEO, and Service S&T communities
  • Strategic Working Group
    • Translate higher level strategic guidance for use in S&T program planning
    • Action officer representatives of BOA members
  • Capability Managers
    • Manage all dimensions of S&T program in respective areas
    • 15 managers support medical, non-medical, and transition divisions
cb s t execution team
CB S&T Execution Team

National

Labs

Services

DTRA/CB

Industry

Universities

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CBDP is making a large investment in S&T in FY04*

Congressional Adds

$143.4M

S&T Cuts

$25.8M

CBDP S&T Budget Request

$266.6M /($240.8M after cuts)

FY04 Approved Budget: $384.2M (9/24/03)

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Battlespace Management

Command & Control; HazardAnalysis; and Modeling andSimulation Training

CB Defense is a System of Systems

Collective Protection

Advanced Filtration Systemsand Equipment, and Sheltersfor Mobile Applications andFixed Sites.

Contamination Avoidance

Early Warning (Remote andStandoff Detection); PointDetection; Sensor Integration

Individual Protection

Medical and Non-Medical,Including Respiratory andPercutaneous Protection.

CB

Contamination

Restoration

Equipment, Facilities, and AreaDecontamination; Personnel/Patient Decontamination.

Medical

Surveillance andVeterinary, Prophylaxes, Therapeutics, and Diagnostics

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S&T Efforts

Maintain

Robust

Tech Base

Answer

Science

Questions

Transition

Technologies

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Low-level chemical warfare agent research will support operational risk management decisions

Health Effects

Inhalation Studies

One

Product

Three Major

Thrusts

Integration Studies

Science-Based Exposure Standards for Deployed Forces

Medical portion of this joint medical/non-medical research effort will explore the potential for transient or sustained systemic toxicity of low dose exposure(s) to CWAs and predict human morbidity.

  • Studies include:
    • Behavioral and neurological consequences of exposure to CWAs
    • Conc-Time Profiles
    • Biomarkers
    • Route/Species Extrapolation

USAMRICD

SBCCOM

  • Detector limits & materiel requirements
  • How “dirty” is clean enough?
  • Diagnostics and therapeutics
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Improving CBDP S&T

  • Improve alignment of RDT&E with warfighter needs
  • Provide innovative, timely S&T products
  • Improvetransition of S&T to advanced development
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S&T

ACTD

Acquisition

Requirements

ACTD Evaluation Process

  • DTRA, JPEO CB and JRO CBRN Defenseassess ACTD candidate proposals
  • Evaluation process
    • Eliminate proposals not suitable for ACTD nomination
    • Identify proposals which are consistent with CBDP requirements, technology maturation and approach, and can be accommodated in an Acquisition Strategy
    • Identify those proposals in the initial screening which have issues which must be resolved to either meet ACTD acceptance or result in a decision to eliminate that candidate
    • Identify Joint Warfighting Exercise/Limited Objective Experiment options

DTRA/CB

JPEO CBD

JRO CBRN

Is there an existing requirement or capability need in the CBDP?

Assess ACTD Concept

Assess technical maturityAssess Risks

Is there a supporting acquisition strategy or program in which to transition the ACTD technology?

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CBRN Unmanned Ground

Reconnaissance (CUGR) ACTD

we are collaborating and cooperating with others
We are collaborating and cooperating with others.

International

Dept of Health and

Human Services

Multi and Bilateral

Agreements

rPA Anthrax Vaccine

S&T

Team

BioNet

Unconventional Pathogen

Countermeasures

Dept of

Homeland Security

DARPA

bottom line
Bottom line
  • S&T is an integral member of the CBDP team
  • Building the S&T team
  • Full community involvement is essential

We must get quality products to our warfighters - - - quickly !

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