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Surface Navy Association. Mr. Chris Deegan Executive Director Program Executive Officer Integrated Warfare Systems January 16, 2013. Dual Band Radar. SM-2 / SM-6. CEC. SSDS. PVLS. IUSW. AGS. Sea Sparrow. SPS-48E Radar. Phalanx. Aegis Combat System. ESSM. SEWIP. SPS-49 Radar.

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Surface navy association

Surface Navy Association

Mr. Chris Deegan

Executive Director

Program Executive Officer Integrated Warfare Systems

January 16, 2013


Program executive officer integrated warfare systems

Dual Band Radar

SM-2 / SM-6

CEC

SSDS

PVLS

IUSW

AGS

Sea

Sparrow

SPS-48ERadar

Phalanx

Aegis

Combat System

ESSM

SEWIP

SPS-49 Radar

SPY1

ANSQQ89

MK 41VLS

AN/SLQ-32(v4)

MK 45

Program Executive OfficerIntegrated Warfare Systems

  • The PEO IWS organization is aligned to develop, procure and deliver Enterprise Warfighting Solutions for Surface Ships

  • DELIVERY

  • 238 USN Ships

  • 78 USCG Ships

  • 25 Nations

  • PEO IWS executes $5B - $6B annually

  • PEO IWS has life cycle responsibilities for combat system performance, design management, systems engineering, installation, integration, test, maintenance and disposal

Engage

  • INNOVATION

  • APLs

  • Industry

  • NSWC

  • NUWC

  • ONR

  • SBIR/SST

  • DARPA

  • Aegis BMD

Detect

Control

AMDR

155 Programs:

4 - ACAT I7 - ACAT II4 - ACAT III5 - ACAT IV6 - R&D41 - Inactive88 - Non ACAT

Personnel:

Control Onbd.Direct 347 345Reimb. 67 65

MilPers 50 50


Cno s sailing directions

CNO’s Sailing Directions

  • Warfighting First

  • Operate Forward

  • Be Ready

  • “We will deliver credible capability for deterrence, sea control, and power projection to deter or contain conflict and fight and win wars.”

“We will address economic change by being effective and efficient. We will innovate to:

  • Use new technologies and operating concepts to sharpen our warfighting advantage against evolving threats;

  • Operate forwardat strategic maritime crossroads;

  • Sustain our fleet capability through effective maintenance, timely modernization, and sustained production of proven ships and aircraft;

  • Provide our Sailors confidence in their equipment and in their own skills.”

PEO IWS Priority: Deliver and Maintain “Whole” Warfighting Capability


Rapidly evolving missions drive navy capability advancements

SM-6

CEC

AGS

Aegis

Combat System ACBs

ESSM

ANSQQ89 (V)15

Rapidly Evolving Missions Drive Navy Capability Advancements

Operational Environment

Complex Threats

Employing Advanced Technology

in Challenging Environments

Short and Medium Range Ballistic Missiles

Humanitarian

Assistance

Persistent

ISR

Simultaneous Raids Across

Multiple Mission Areas

Sub-Sonic

Anti-Air &

Anti-Surface Missiles

Intermediate Range

Ballistic Missiles

CIWS

Blk 1B

Small Boat

Attacks

Cyber

Warfare

Anti-Piracy

Fire Support Missions

Super-Sonic

Anti-Air & Anti-Surface Missiles

Mk 38 Gun

DisasterRelief

Torpedoes

Anti-Ship

Ballistic Missiles

Advanced Super-Sonic

Anti-Air & Anti-Ship Missiles

Stealth

Under-Sea

Engage Long Range Ballistic Missiles

AMDR

Mines

Dual Band Radar

Rail Guns

Advanced ASW

Cyber

Defense

Over Land

Defense

Multi-Ship

Resource Coordination

Enhanced Shipboard Sensors

(Radar + ES/EA)

Capability Advancements

Directed

Energy

ImprovedSelf-Defense

Area Air Defense

In Clutter Environments

UAVIntegration

Integrated Air and Missile Defense

Integrated AAW & Situational Awareness

High Data Rate

Battle Group Networks

SSDS ACBs


Peo iws big picture strategy

PEO IWS “Big Picture” Strategy

  • Eliminate stovepiped, obsolete hardware and software

  • Introduce Network-based COTS computing environment

  • Reduce combat systems and weapon system variants

  • Apply a family of systems and functional architectures across the Fleet where applicable

Enhanced mission capability across the Surface Fleet with faster and more affordable upgrades that are interoperable and pace the threat


Navy technical and operational architecture

Navy Technical and Operational Architecture

  • Navy surface forces operate in a regional joint networked environment with joint and coalition forces

    • Link 16 – Joint operations, situational awareness, BMD

    • Cooperative Engagement Capability – Integrated surface force tracking and engagement network, Navy IFC

  • Surface combatant force foundation is Multi-mission operations

    • Area Air Defense, Ballistic Missile Defense, Under Sea, Surface, Strike, Naval Gunfire Support

    • Driven by COCOM requirements to operate forward

  • Strategy of Advanced Capability Builds provides incremental warfighting improvements for countering evolving threats with new capability

    • Network based COTS computing environments enable rapid insertion of new capabilities to meet threat drivers

    • COTS allows for faster upgrades and reduces combat system variants


Bppi 2 0 focus areas

BPPI 2.0 Focus Areas

  • Achieve Affordable Areas

    • Ex: Established Economic Order of Quantity in a Multi-Year Procurement Cost Avoidance for AEGIS Production

  • Control Costs Throughout the Product Lifecycle

    • Ex: Maritime IAMD Planning System (MIPS) transition to IBM Blade Server

  • Incentivize Producibility & Innovation in Industry & Government

    • Ex: AMDR competition has stimulated $100M+ in Industry Internal Research and Development (IRAD)

  • Eliminate Unproductive Processes & Bureaucracy

    • Ex: Designated CEC from ACAT 1D to ACAT IC reduces OSD-level review requirements

  • Promote Effective Competition

    • Ex: Obtain Data Rights on Development Contracts for Full & Open Competition at Full Rate Production

  • Improve Tradecraft in Acquisition of Services

    • Ex: Implemented AEGIS Fleet Readiness Program Manager

  • Improve the Professionalism of the Total Acquisition Workforce

    • Ex: Executing DAWIA Cross-Discipline Training Plan


Aegis in service modernization

AEGIS In-Service Modernization


Capability trends

Capability Trends

Current Systems

Future Systems

MH-60R Integration

Increased Integration

of On-board

Mission Systems

Individual On-board

Mission Systems

(AAW, BMD, USW, etc.)

SPY-1

MMSP

Upgrade

Ships with AAW focus

Or BMD focus

Integrated AAW and BMD

AMDR-S

Rotating Radars

On Carriers

Phased Arrays on

Carriers

Volume Search Radar

Advanced Phased

Array Technology

Improved SPY-1 variants

on CGs and DDGs

SEWIP

Integrated Hard Kill

& Soft Kill

Independent Hard Kill

and Soft Kill Systems

Improved Electronic

Attack for Soft Kill

CM/Decoys for

Soft Kill

MK38 Gun System

Automated Gun Systems for Small Boat Raids

Manually Operated

Small Guns

Extended Battlespace

Through EOR using

SPY-equipped Ships

More Flexible

EOR Expanding To Other

Navy/Force Sensors

AEGIS

Ashore

NIFC-CA

SBT

SM-3 BLK IIA


Looking ahead

Looking Ahead

  • Combat Systems will continue to transition to network-based COTS Computing Environment to support future warfighting improvements

  • Future surface combat systems ACBs will be developed based on common objective architecture with Government validated interfaces and components applicable to multiple ship classes

  • Working with NAVAIR and RMS on multiple paths to reduce missile procurement costs by leveraging shared product lines

  • Competitions will continue to be conducted when appropriate

  • FMS will continue as a vital part of the business

Increased Computing Power Performance, Network-based Architecture, Leveraged Common Systems, and FMS Opportunities will Enable More Affordable and Capable Warfighting Improvements


Questions

QUESTIONS?


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