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2009 HBCU-MI Conference Dr. Walter F. Jones Executive Director 02- 04 February 2009. What is the ONR?. The Office of Naval Research enables innovative operational concepts . . . . . . we develop the science and technology that ensures our warfighters always have “the technological edge.”.

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2009 HBCU-MI Conference

Dr. Walter F. JonesExecutive Director

02- 04 February 2009


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What is the ONR?

The Office of Naval Research enables innovative operational concepts . . .

. . . we develop the science and technology that ensures our warfighters always have “the technological edge.”


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A Tradition of Relevant Research

  • EMRG

  • Infantry

  • Immersive Trainer

  • Super conducting

  • Motors

  • Integrated Topside

2002

GWOT Support

QuikClot Silver Fox

Dragon Eye REMUS

Sand Abatement Counter-IED

1995

Clementine explores moon

1985

ONR funded tech finds Titanic

1981Global atmospheric prediction model

1972First GPS satellite in orbit

1967

GPS concept validated

1965

SEALAB I & II

1960

1st U.S. Intel satellite launched by NRL Bathyscathe Trieste descends to 35,000 feet

1964

Alvin enters service

1946

ONR established

1934

First U.S. radar patents filed by NRL

1949

1st Navy Viking

Rocket launched

1939

1st nuclear sub design

Proposed by NRL

1923

NRL established

Present


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S&T Strategy Objectives

  • Align Naval S&T with Naval missions and future capability needs

  • Balance and manage S&T portfolio based on key tenets:

    • Strive to engage with intellectual capital worldwide

    • Leverage U.S. and global technology insights

    • Maintain equilibrium between long-term basic research and near-term advanced prototyping

    • Be innovative and adaptive – lead science where it is critical to the Navy/marine Corps Vision

    • Navy/Marine Corps Vision

    • Leverage technology developments across the entire DoD

  • Communicate S&T vision and approach to senior decision makers, key stakeholders, S&T partners, customers and performers


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ONR S&T Portfolio Balance

Discovery & Invention

(Basic and Applied Science)

Hi

Leap Ahead

Innovations

10%

Focus

40%

Acquisition

Enablers

Quick

Reaction

S&T

30%

10%

Lo

Near

Mid

Far

S&T has a long-term focus but is responsive to near - term Naval needs


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Naval S&T Focus Areas

  • Power and Energy

  • Operational Environments

  • Maritime Domain Awareness

  • Asymmetric & Irregular Warfare

  • Information Superiority and Communication

  • (was Information, Analysis, & Communication)

  • Power Projection

  • Assure Access and Hold at Risk

  • Distributed Operations

  • Naval Warfighter Performance

  • (was Naval Warrior Performance and Protection

  • Survivability and Self-Defense

  • Platform Mobility

  • Fleet/Force Sustainment

  • Affordability, Maintainability, and Reliability


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ONR S&T Enterprise Span

  • 50 States

  • 70 Countries

  • 1,035 Universities and

    Non-Profit Entities

  • 914 Companies

  • 3,340 Principal Investigators

  • 3,000 Grad Students


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Major S&T Sites

APL

U of Washington

ARL

Penn State

NUWC Newport

NSWC

Carderock

Indian Head

Dahlgren

Naval Postgraduate School

MCWL

APL

Johns Hopkins

NAWC WD

China Lake

NAWC AD

Patuxent River

ARL

U of Hawaii

NRL DC

ARL

U of Texas

ONR HQ

SSC San Diego

NSWC DL CSS

Panama City

NRL = Naval Research Laboratory

NUWC = Naval Undersea Warfare Center

NSWC = Naval Surface Warfare Center

NAWC WD = Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division

NAWC AD = Naval Air Warfare Center - Aircraft Division

MCWL = Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory

DL CSS = Dahlgren Division Coastal System Station

SSC = SPAWAR System Center

ARL = Applied Research Laboratory

APL = Applied Physics Laboratory

NRL

Stennis

NAWC AD

Orlando

ONR Global Field Offices

London, Tokyo, Singapore, Santiago


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Key Facts About ONR

Ranked

#1 of the Best Places to Work in the Navy

#39 of the Best Places to Work in Federal gov’t

#5 in Performance-based Awards & Advancement in Federal gov’t

Named

Most Admired Employer by 3 national magazines …

▪ Black Engineer  Hispanic Engineer

▪ Women of Color


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Current ONR Workforce Mix

Workforce Mix:

  • 4% Active Duty; 3% Reserve*; 44% Civilians; 31% Contractors; 15% Detailees; 3% IPAs

    Civilian Workforce Demographics:

  • By 2010 46% of today’s civilian workforce will be retirement eligible

  • Average length of service: 19.4 years

  • Average age of ONR employees: 49.3 years

  • Almost 50% are over 50 years of age

  • Average grade of ONR employee: 12.7 (Female 11.8; Male 13.6)

  • 69% are GS13 – 15

  • 3% are under age 30

    Ethnicity/Gender

    • Military (active duty): 70% White; 5% Black; 5% Hispanic; 19% Other; Male 97% Female 3%

    • Civilians: 70% White; 20% Black; 3% Hispanic; 6% Other; 53% Male; 47% Female

    • Detailees: 72% White; 4% Black; 1% Hispanic; 23% Other; 75% Male; 25% Female

      Education

*Reserve numbers include total allocated to ONR and NRL


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FY09 OSD Increases toDoN Defense Research Sciences

Redistribution of DARPA 6.1 funding to DoN 6.1: Transferred $10M in FY09 & FY10 and $15M FY11 and out

Secretary Gates 6.1 plus-up:Increased DoN 6.1 program over all years by $20-30M per year (varies year-to-year)

Areas of increased funding (all for competitive award)

  • Bio-Inspired Sciences

  • EW / Counter EW

  • Energy / Power Management

  • Human Sciences

  • Immersive Sciences for Training

  • Cyber Protection / Info Assurance

  • Quantum Information Sciences

  • Info Fusion / Decision Science

  • Complex Software Systems

  • Anti-Tamper Approaches

  • Software Sciences

  • Directed Energy

  • Science of Autonomy

  • Social/Cultural/Behavioral Modeling

  • Affordability

  • Basic Research Challenge Program


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Navy Small Business Innovation Research Program

Funds small firm development of innovative technology solutions to Navy warfighter needs

  • FY2009 Navy SBIR + STTR: ~ $400 M

  • Quarterly Solicitations:

    • 2009.1 (now closed) offered 92 topics

    • 2009.2 is open from 20 April to 17 June

      Go to http://dodsbir.net “Solicitations”, see instructions

  • Awards

    • 6-month Phase I at ~$100K

    • 2-year Phase II at ~$1M

      Goal of transition into Navy acquisition programs

  • Navy SBIR/STTR encourages minority participation

    • FY2007-2008, we made 84 awards to minority applicants

Visit us at http://www.onr.navy.mil/sci_tech/3t/sbir_sttr

SBIR - Small Business Innovation Research

STTR –Small Business Technology Transfer


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New or Increased Emphasis

Affordability

Anti-tamper Approaches

Autonomous Systems

Bio-Inspired Sciences

Cognitive, Neural and Training Technologies

Complex Software Systems

Electronic Warfare

Information Assurance

Information Fusion & Decision Sciences

Personal Power

Social, Cultural, Behavioral Sciences

WMD Detection


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The Next Big Thing

ONR meets the S&T needs of our next-generation warfighter today

We plan, foster and encourage scientific research

We provide the science and technology (S&T) necessary to maintain the Navy and Marine Corps' technological warfighting dominance

We are recognized and acknowledged as “leading the vision” for the Navy and Marine Corps' future force

“I am always looking for the ‘next big thing,’ and I believe ONR is the organization to deliver that for our Navy.”

― Adm. Gary Roughead

Chief of Naval Operations


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Questions?

www.onr.navy.mil


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