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United States Fleet Forces Command…Comptroller Overview. RDML (S) John P. Polowczyk Comptroller USFFC May 14, 2013. UNCLASSIFIED. Agenda. Understanding United States Fleet Forces Command How We Produce Readiness Fiscal Update Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR)

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United states fleet forces command comptroller overview

United States Fleet Forces Command…Comptroller Overview

RDML (S) John P. Polowczyk

Comptroller

USFFC

May 14, 2013

UNCLASSIFIED


Agenda

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


Mission

Mission

  • 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 5440.77B), Signed 25APR12


Commander s intent

Commander’s Intent

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


U s fleet forces roll call

U.S. Fleet Forces Roll Call

Postured to Meet Global Mission Requirements

Surface

~40,000 People*

76 Ships

Aviation

~50,000 People*

1200+ 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


Command relationships

Command Relationships

CHIEF OF

NAVAL OPERATIONS

U.S. NORTHERN

COMMAND

U.S. STRATEGIC

COMMAND

U.S. PACIFIC FLEET

U.S. NAVAL FORCES EUROPE COMMAND

U.S. NAVAL FORCES CENTRAL COMMAND

U.S. NAVAL FORCES SOUTHERN COMMAND

U.S. NAVAL FORCES AFRICA COMMAND

CNIC

USFF

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMMAND

REGIONAL COMMANDERS

MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND

FLEET CYBER COMMAND

SHORE INSTALLATION COMMANDERS

AIR

FORCES ATLANTIC

NAVY EXPEDITIONARY COMBAT COMMAND

SUBMARINE

FORCES ATLANTIC

NAVY CYBER FORCES COMMAND

MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND

SURFACE FORCES ATLANTIC

NAVY METEOROLOGY &

OCEANOGRAPHY

COMMAND

NAVAL WARFARE DEVELOPMENT

COMMAND

NAVY

MUNITIONS

COMMAND

STRIKE

GROUP COMMANDERS

NAVAL STRIKE &

AIR WARFARE CENTER

STRIKE FORCE TRAINING

ATLANTIC COMMAND


Alignment north to south

Alignment North to South

Promote Acquisition Excellence

and Integrity

Take Care

of Our People

Lead the Nation

in Sustainable Energy

DON Objectives

for FY12

and Beyond

Maintain Warfighter Readiness in

an Era of Reduced Budgets

Dominate in

Unmanned Systems

Drive Innovative

Enterprise Transformation

CNO’s Sailing Directions

Be Ready

Warfighting First

Operate Forward

Joint and Fleet

Operations

Sailors, Civilians, and Their Families

Warfighting and Readiness

Global Force

Management

Fleet Forces Lines of Operation

Safety

(underpins all other Lines of Operation)


Alignment east to west

Alignment East to West

“Two Fleets, One Voice”

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


United states fleet forces command comptroller overview

Readiness Kill Chain

Means

Personnel

Equipment

Supplies

Training

Ordnance

Installations

Networks

Community / Industry

Ways

Ends

Assess

FRTP

RESOURCE

/ POLICY

ASSESS /

PROCURE

PRE-

INTRO

MAINT

BASIC

INTEGRATED

DEPLOY &

SUSTAIN

Surface

Aviation

Common Actions

Synchronized Training

Full Weapon System Ops

Submarines

Weapon System

C4ISR/CYBER

NECC

OP/TAC HQs

OPNAV N1, N2/6, N3/5, N4, N8, N9

The Joint Staff

SYSCOMs / CNIC / MSC

CPF / FFC Responsibility TYCOMsCSFTL/P Numbered Fleets

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

As of 30NOV2012


United states fleet forces command comptroller overview

FY 13 Fiscal Update

Sequestration Overview

  • 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


United states fleet forces command comptroller overview

FY 13 Fiscal Update (continued)

  • Navy’s Revised Plan: Tier Alpha and Tier Bravo

  • Tier Alpha: Recoverable actions and/or things to do in 4th Quarter such as:

    • Cancel 4th Quarter A/C maintenance

    • Civilian hiring freeze

    • Reduced Tuition Assistance

    • Reduce NECC equipment buys

    • Cancel 4th quarter SDM

    • Reduce FSRM

    • Furloughs in 4th 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 3rd Quarter SDM maintenance

    • Reduce flying and steaming hours


United states fleet forces command comptroller overview

Current Status

  • Where are we now?

  • HR 933 or Public Law 113-6 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


United states fleet forces command comptroller overview

Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) Background

  • 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

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United states fleet forces command comptroller overview

USFF FIAR Efforts

Financial Segments

Future Efforts

Current Efforts

  • 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

  • Business Process Standardization (BPS)

  • Booz Allen Hamilton (19 FTEs)

  • (N00189-10-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)

(N00189-10-D-Z026-0003)

Using the FIAR Methodology, provide direct support in the 6 phases in the DoD FIAR Methodology:

Discovery

Corrective Actions

Evaluation

Assertion

Validation

Audit from IPA

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)

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Fy 13 contract focus areas

FY 13 Contract Focus Areas

Unclassified


Current usff contracts

Current USFF Contracts


Current usff contracts continued

Current USFF Contracts (continued)


Coming attractions

Coming Attractions

  • 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: [email protected]; (757) 836-5239


Questions

Questions?


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