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Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

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


Acting deputy director defense research engineering mrs sue payton

Acting Deputy Director,Defense Research & EngineeringMrs. Sue Payton

Director of , Defense Research & Engineering

Mr. John J. Young, Jr

DTIC

Dir, Plans & Programs

Dr. Bill Berry, Acting

DUSD, Laboratories

And Basic Sciences

Dr. Charles Holland

DUSD, Science &

Technology

Ms. Sue Payton

DUSD, Advanced

Systems & Concepts

Dr. Tony Tether

Defense Advanced

Research Projects


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

TRL 1

TRL 2

TRL 3

TRL 4

TRL 5

TRL 6

TRL 7

TRL 8

TRL 9

A

B

C

DUSD(AS&C) Transition Programs

Pre-Systems

Acquisition

Systems Acquisition (Engineering Development, Demonstration, LRIP & Production)

Sustainment & Maintenance

System Development & Demonstration

Production & Deployment

Concept & Tech Development

Support

DARPA

ACTD ($214,000,000)

DUS&T - $0.0

TTI ($21,000,000)

DACP – ($25,116,000)

JWP - $10M

FCT – ($36,833,000)

Tech Link ($8,100,000)

IR&D ($2,821,000,000)*

QRF

ManTech ($175,700,000)

http://www.acq.osd.mil/asc

DPA Title III ($42,765,000)

*Contractor Funding


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

FY 2006 RDT&E President’s Budget Request

$69.4B

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

Development ($21.16B)

(BA6 + BA7 = $24.93B)

BA6 RDT&E Management

Support ($3.77B)

BA5 System Development &

Demonstration ($19.75B)

Development

(BA4 + BA5 = $33.89B)

BA4 Advanced Component

Development & Prototypes

($14.14B)

Defense Wide DUSD (AS&C) RDT&E Support Totals $311 M (~200 M from ACTD/JCTD BA-3)

Technology Base

(BA1 + 2) = $5.46B)

Science and Technology

(BA1 + BA2 + BA3 = $10.52B)

BA3 Advanced Technology

Development ($5.06B)

15% of RDT&E

BA2 Applied Research ($4.14B)

BA1 Basic Research ($1.32B)


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

Technology Transfer

Labs

Companies

DoD

Warfighters

Technology Transition

Based on:

15 USC 3710-15, Technology Innovation

10 USC 2515, Office of Technology Transition

10 USC 2359a, Technology Transition Initiative


Why dod does tech transfer

Why DoD does Tech Transfer

  • 15 USC 3710(a)

    “(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.”

  • 10 USC 2514. Encouragement of technology transfer

    “(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.”


15 usc 3715 partnership intermediaries

15 USC 3715 Partnership Intermediaries

  • Authorizes contracts/MoUs for partnership intermediaries

  • Authorizes funding out of funds available for support of the technology transfer function

  • Partnership Intermediary:

    • An agency of a State or local government, or a nonprofit entity that assists, counsels, advises, evaluates, or otherwise cooperates with small business firms or institutions of higher education, that need or can make demonstrably productive use of technology-related assistance from a Federal laboratory.

    • To provide services for the Federal laboratory that increase the likelihood of success in the conduct of cooperative or joint activities of such Federal laboratory.


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

OSD – TT Network

  • Maximize benefits of the OSD TT network

    • Reduce duplication

    • Spread best practices

    • Leverage each others expertise

    • Coordinate efforts where applicable

    • Eliminate confusion within agencies/labs


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

PIs

CURRENT DoD T2 SYSTEM

DoD - Military Operations

OTT

AF

DoD Labs

US Industry


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

Technology Identification

Technology Selection

TT Facilitation

US Industry

FirstResponders

Current OSD PI - TT Network

OSD

DoD Labs

  • Licensing

  • CRADAs & Other T2 Agreements

  • SBIR Outreach

  • MilTech

  • Licensing

  • CRADAs &Other T2 Agreements

  • SBIR Outreach

Licensing – CRADAs – Other TT Agreements


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

CURRENT OTT PIs

DoD Agencies and Labs

US Industry

First Responders


General comments

General Comments

  • TechLink continues to provide a high Return on Investment (ROI) to DoD: Nearly 4:1 to date

    (~$35 million on expenditures of ~$9 million)

  • How can we see an RoI for ALL Partnership Intermediaries?

    • What should it be?


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

Partnership Intermediary facilitating transfer of DoD technologies for use by the first responder community.


Dod techmatch

DoD TechMatch

http://www.dodtechmatch.com


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

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.


Hawaii technology development venture techenterprise 2006 conference leveraging technology for the warfighter

Dept. of Commerce / NIST / MEPManufacturing 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.


Readiness levels

Readiness Levels

TechnologyManufacturing


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