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The National Defense Industrial Association Breakfast. September 28, 2005. Presented to: The National Defense Industrial Association Breakfast. STEPHEN V. REEVES Brigadier General, USA Joint Program Executive Officer for Chemical and Biological Defense (703) 681-9600.

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The national defense industrial association breakfast

The National Defense Industrial Association Breakfast

September 28, 2005

Presented to:

The National Defense Industrial Association Breakfast

STEPHEN V. REEVES

Brigadier General, USA

Joint Program Executive Officer

for Chemical and Biological Defense

(703) 681-9600

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What we do every day
What We Do Every Day

  • Support Current Operations

  • Improve Current Systems

  • Build the Future

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Things shaping what we do
Things Shaping What We Do

  • Homeland Defense Strategy

  • Defending Against Terrorist Threats

  • Stability Operations

  • BRAC/ Service Organizational Changes

  • QDR

    • Defense Acquisition Performance Assessment Project

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Impact areas
Impact Areas

  • Survivability – Up-Armored HMMWVs

    • Impact: Potential Re-Design of CB Systems

    • Impact: Equipment Down-sizing

  • “All-Hazards” Capabilities

    • Impact: Expanded Threat Sets

      • Protection, Detection, Decon, Medical

    • Impact: Reach-Back, Comms, Lab Requirements, Training

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Impact area cont d
Impact Area (Cont’d)

  • Civil-Military Interoperability and Standards

  • Interagency Synchronization/ Collaboration

    • Technology Development

    • Medical - Pharmaceuticals/ Labs

    • Detection Systems

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Dod chemical biological defense program fy2006 pb 1 5 b
DoD Chemical/ Biological Defense Program FY2006 PB $1.5 B

Funding By Budget Activity

Science & Tech Base

(27.4%) $424.8

Basic Research

(4.7%) $72.5

Applied Research

(12.1%) $187.8

Procurement (42.0%)

$650.7

Adv Tech Dev

(10.6%) $164.5

ACD&P

(6.5%)

$100.8

Operational Sys Dev

(0.7%) $10.1

SDD

(18.1%) $280.9

Mgmt Support (5.3%) $81.4

RDT&E = $898.0

Procurement = $650.7

Total = $1548.7

Advanced Development

(30.6%) $473.2

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Upcoming events
Upcoming Events

  • Science and Technology for Chem-Bio Information Systems Conference (CBIS)

    • Albuquerque, NM

    • October 25-28, 2005

  • Decontamination Conference

    • Tucson, AZ

    • December 12-15, 2005

  • Individual Protection Conference

    • Charleston, SC

    • March 7-9, 2006

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Upcoming events cont d
Upcoming Events (Cont’d)

  • Advance Planning Briefing to Industry (APBI)

    • Washington, DC

    • April 10 and 11, 2006

  • World-wide Chemical Conference (WWCC)

    • Fort Leonard Wood, MO

    • June 27-29, 2006

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