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Interoperability in Afghanistan The perspective of NCSA The ISAF CIS Coordinator and Service Provider . AFCEA Event SHAPE 2010. 16 June. Dag Wilhelmsen Technical Director. NATO has discovered that times have changed. needing capabilities that underpin mission success.

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Interoperability in AfghanistanThe perspective of NCSA The ISAF CIS Coordinator and Service Provider

AFCEA Event SHAPE 2010

16 June

Dag Wilhelmsen

Technical Director



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needing capabilities that underpin mission success

Delivered on time and supported with excellence



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The Afghanistan Mission Network (AMN)

  • Provide connectivity

  • Ensure common C2 and situational awareness

  • Establish single mission network (AMN)

  • Migrate National applications to National Extensions


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ANSF

NATIONAL NETWORK

AMN Concept

  • Primary Coalition Command Control Communication Computer

    Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance

    network for all ISAF

    forces

  • Replacing

    national

    networks

  • All information

    systems to be

    operational on

    the AMN

  • Integrated AMN

    Operation Centres

ISAF MISSION SECRET DOMAIN

LCSS

(CANADA)

CAESAR (ITALY)

OTHER

NATIONS

ISAF SECRET

OVERTASK (UK)

CENTRIXS

(US)

DATA ONLY

NATO SECRET

NATO UNCLASSIFIED Releasable to ISAF


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AMN Areas of focus

  • Network Architecture and Infrastructure

  • Functional Area Systems Integration

  • Joint ISR

  • IP based Interoperable VTC Services

  • Deployable CIS Nodes/ Micro-POPs

  • Network Operations/ Service Management

  • Information Assurance/ Cross Domain


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Email

Web

Voice

Chat

NATO Secret

NATO Secret

SIPRNet

(U.S.)

UK

OVER TASK

CENTRIXS-GCTF

(80 COUNTRIES)

AMN Current and Future Status

NATO

Funded

ISAF Secret Network

FOC +

BICES

CAN (LCSS)

US

CENTRIX-ISAF

NOR

FIS Basis IS

ITA (CAESARNet)

GER (JCCIS)

Afghanistan

Mission Network

45 Nations

SPN

SIMACET

Nationally

Funded

NATO UNCLASSIFIED Releasable to ISAF




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NCSA Support to ISAF

  • Single CIS Service CoordinatorIn-Theatre

  • Coherent Service Management Framework

  • Based on new C2 arrangements with SACEUR


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NCSA “as a whole”

(indivisible mission / organisation)

NCSA’s Position

NAC

Military Committee

NATO C3 Board

SACEUR

Non-Operational direction

OPCON(for Operations)

SLAs

OpPlans/OpOrders

CIS support to Static HQ structures

CIS support to NATO Operations

 Reach back 

  • NCSA DCIS elements

  • DCMs

  • CIS Logistic Depot

  • Supporting NATO elements

  • NC3A

  • NAMSA

  • Contractors

Supporting National CIS elements

  • Consul-tation

  • NATO HQ Brussels

  • C2 for NFS

  • Nations’ customers

  • C2 for NCS

  • ACT

  • +Sub-structure

  • C2 for NCS

  • ACO

  • +Sub-structure


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AMN Service Management Framework

  • Established in full compliance with ITIL V3 and ISO 20000-2

  • NETOPS implemented with due regard to the principles of federation (Unity of Effort)

  • 3 essential processes implemented at IOC:

    • Change Management

    • Incident Management

    • Configuration and Asset Management



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NCSA:

NATO’s Driving Force for Efficient CIS Services

Questions?

NATO CIS Services Agency

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