Hawaii Technology Development Venture TechEnterprise 2006 Conference Leveraging Technology for the Warfighter June 13, 2006 Cliff Hudson Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego [email protected] (619) 553-7442.
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Director of , Defense Research & Engineering
Mr. John J. Young, Jr
Dir, Plans & Programs
Dr. Bill Berry, Acting
And Basic Sciences
Dr. Charles Holland
DUSD, Science &
Ms. Sue Payton
Systems & Concepts
Dr. Tony Tether
DUSD(AS&C) Transition Programs
Systems Acquisition (Engineering Development, Demonstration, LRIP & Production)
Sustainment & Maintenance
System Development & Demonstration
Production & Deployment
Concept & Tech Development
DUS&T - $0.0
DACP – ($25,116,000)
JWP - $10M
FCT – ($36,833,000)
Tech Link ($8,100,000)
DPA Title III ($42,765,000)
FY 2006 RDT&E President’s Budget Request
OSD Defense Wide Transition Programs Highly Leveraged across Service and Agency Budgets. Less than half a percent of RDT&E supports AS&C programs
BA7 Operational Systems
(BA6 + BA7 = $24.93B)
BA6 RDT&E Management
BA5 System Development &
(BA4 + BA5 = $33.89B)
BA4 Advanced Component
Development & Prototypes
Defense Wide DUSD (AS&C) RDT&E Support Totals $311 M (~200 M from ACTD/JCTD BA-3)
(BA1 + 2) = $5.46B)
Science and Technology
(BA1 + BA2 + BA3 = $10.52B)
BA3 Advanced Technology
15% of RDT&E
BA2 Applied Research ($4.14B)
BA1 Basic Research ($1.32B)
15 USC 3710-15, Technology Innovation
10 USC 2515, Office of Technology Transition
10 USC 2359a, Technology Transition Initiative
“(1) It is the continuing responsibility of the Federal Government to ensure the full use of the results of the Nation’s Federal investment in research and development.”
“(a) The Secretary of Defense shall encourage. . .the transfer of technology between laboratories and research centers of the DoD and other Federal agencies, State and local governments, colleges and universities, and private persons in cases that are likely to result in accomplishing the objectives set forth in section 2510(a) of this title.
“(b) The Secretary shall examine and implement methods. . .that are consistent with national security objectives and will enable Department of Defense personnel to promote technology transfer.”
CURRENT DoD T2 SYSTEM
DoD - Military Operations
Current OSD PI - TT Network
Licensing – CRADAs – Other TT Agreements
DoD Agencies and Labs
(~$35 million on expenditures of ~$9 million)
Partnership Intermediary facilitating transfer of DoD technologies for use by the first responder community.
The Institute for Defense and Homeland Security (IDHS) is an organization of university, industry and federal research and development members dedicated to delivering world-class science and technology solutions in response to national defense and homeland security requirements. IDHS will conduct research, education and technology transition at member institutions and firms, with an emphasis in the fields of telecommunications, biodefense, sensor systems, risk management, crisis management and remote presence. Industry members will commercialize technology and develop solutions that support rapid deployment of advanced technology and new capabilities.
Dept. of Commerce / NIST / MEP an organization of university, industry and federal research and development members dedicated to delivering world-class science and technology solutions in response to national defense and homeland security requirements. Manufacturing Extension PartnershipSupporting U.S. industry, Federal Laboratories, and DoD suppliers with technology transfer, transition and commercialization.
Goal: to help manufacturers transition new technology more quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively to the U.S. warfighter.
Dan Pitkin, Business & Technology Advisor
OSD (AS&C) OTT: [email protected] 703-607-5313
DOC (NIST) MEP: [email protected] 301-975-4734
The MEP National System strengthens the global competitiveness of U.S. manufacturing by providing business and technical assistance to companies using DoD technology, or to companies that are developing new technologies that enhance the value of products and services supplied to Defense.