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DOE InterLab 2003. Weapons Knowledge Management Initiatives & Strategies at Sandia National Laboratories November 6 th , 2003 Presented by: Tamara Orth Technical Project Manager, Weapon Knowledge Management Sponsored by: Hank Witek Manager, Military Liaison & Knowledge Management Group

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DOE InterLab 2003

Weapons Knowledge Management Initiatives & Strategies at Sandia National Laboratories

November 6th, 2003

Presented by: Tamara Orth

Technical Project Manager, Weapon Knowledge Management

Sponsored by: Hank Witek

Manager, Military Liaison & Knowledge Management Group

Sponsored by: John Shaw

Manager, Weapon Knowledge Management Department

Sandia is a multiprogram laboratory operated by Sandia Corporation, a Lockheed Martin Company,for the United States Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration under contract DE-AC04-94AL85000.


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Strategic Mission Objectives

Nuclear Weapons:

Ensure that the Nuclear Weapons Stockpile is safe, secure, reliable, affordable and fully capable of supporting our Nation's deterrence policy indefinitely.

Nonproliferation and Materials Control:

Reduce the vulnerability of the US to threats of (1) proliferation and use of weapons of mass destruction, (2) nuclear incidents, and (3) environmental damage.

Energy and Critical Infrastructures:

Enhance the surety (safety, security, and reliability) of energy and other critical infrastructures.

Emerging National Security Threats:

Develop high impact responses to emerging national security threats.

What Does Sandia Do?

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Provide world-class weapons systems product knowledge support services to optimize the operational effectiveness, future capabilities and maintainability of the stockpile for the weapon systems stewards.

Our services include enabling discovery, capture, evaluation, organization, and dissemination of weapon systems information to ensure the compatibility and operational readiness of our nation's nuclear weapons and their associated delivery systems.

We develop and deploy capabilities for emerging operational information and education needs to the nuclear weapons community and other national security arenas.

We exist to help maintain a comprehensive capability, expertise and information knowledge base for the nation’s weapons activities

How Does Weapon Knowledge Management (WKM) Program Support Sandia Mission?

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Knowledge Management

Is a set of systematic approaches to help information and knowledge flow…

  • To the right person

  • At the right time

  • In the right format

  • At the right cost

    so they can act more efficiently & effectively

    Definition Source:

    American Productivity and Quality Center

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The Complexity and Challenges of Weapons Knowledge Management

The rest of the NW Community

Stockpile Support Systems

Manufacturing

Knowledge PreservationProgram

Nuclear Safety Information Systems

Engineering Information Systems

Nuclear Weapons Continuing Education

Data Management Systems

Corporate Training& Development

Historical Data

Library Services

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Major WKM Components

Knowledge Capture & Preservation

Knowledge Education & Training

Knowledge Search & Dissemination

Knowledge Integration Via Education & Training Resources

1. Establish User Profiles

2. Use profiles/NTK controls to obtain relevant knowledge

1. What wasn’t written down

2. Problems with ROA

3. Get info from those who were there

4. Understand their thoughts

5. Get the art as well as the science and engineering

6. Build Traversable Taxonomy

1. Basics

2. Process and Mechanics

3. “The Big Flick”

SNL (ML, NST, 1700, Mfg)

LANL

LLNL

DOE

DTRA/DNWS

USN

USAF

Academia

Industry

Commercial trainers

1. Interns

2. Full time weaponeers

3. “Ins and Outs”

4. New Hires

5. Peripheral involvement

6. Mentorship

1. Best Practices and incidents

2. Throughout lab and complex

3. Feed into TBP process

4. Don’t reinvent the wheel

5. Look at industry

All being delivered in a environment of no new weapons,

no testing, and life extension

KM provides one of the pillars supporting Excellence in Engineering

Process -- Critical Thinking -- Innovation -- People

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Weapon Knowledge Management Process Model

Users

Individuals,

Teams,

Departments,

Orgs,

NWC,

Others

Integrated

KM Capabilities

KM Portal,

KM-SALSA,

Lessons Experienced,

NWie Portal,

WFS,

etc.

Content

(SMEs)

Quality Weapons

Product Knowledge

Management,

Education, and

Training Program

Presentation

Quality and

Appearance

(Designer)

Capture

Video Services,

Documentation

Interviews

Lab-Wide Support

Top-Down

Bottoms-Up

Practice

Transmission

IIS

Instructional

Design

(CETD)

Theory

Learning

Instructor-led,

Personal Experiences,

Mentoring, On-line,

Oral Communication,

Self-directed

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Weapon Knowledge Management at Sandia

Nuclear Weapons Training teaches next-generation designers

Advanced technology applied to stockpile

Use

MESA

Share

Collect

Technical Library is central information repository

Organize

Knowledge Preservation Program captures tacit information

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WKM Learning Model

STRATEGIC

Strategic Leadership

  • GLOBAL

  • Governance

  • Directives

  • Interactions w/other Agencies

  • ORGANIZATIONAL

  • Internal to Sandia

  • Business Rules (CPRs)

  • Contextual Learning

  • System Business Level

Product Level Understanding&Transformation

  • TEAM

  • Processes

  • Product

  • Group Learning

  • Subsystem/Component Business Level

  • INDIVIDUAL

  • Job/Task Performance

  • Procedural/Technical

  • Self Learning

  • Piece Part Business Level

TACTICAL

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Adapted from Source: Marsick & Watkins (1999)


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Nuclear Weapons Product Knowledge

Supported Learning Deliveries

Web Based Training

Field Trip Training

Classroom Training

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Flexible NWC taxonomy supports grouping content for “multiple perspectives”

along with the data,information and laboratories capabilities needed to solve the problems of the future

Capabilities

Subsystem & Components

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Preview WKM Capabilities & Investments


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“All-In-One” Knowledge Presentation and Preservation Video Streaming Capability!

Streaming Video

To the Desktop

Provides NTK Kerberos Authentication

Controlled Access to

Information Based on Owner’s Needs

PowerPoint Presentations

Synchronized with the

Video as it is delivered

Presentation

Table of Contents

Highlights Searchable Text

Results using Transcripts OR

Speech-to-text Recognition

Transcriptions

missile

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NW101 Provides Required Training Capability for New Weaponeers

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Weapon Intern Program

Objective: Prepare the future generation of experts for critical positions in the nuclear weapons stewardship program.

  • Stockpile Weapons

  • Surety Principles

  • Subsystems and Components

  • Modeling and Simulations

  • Sandia Labs and Technical Business Practices

  • Information and Knowledge Management

  • Nuclear Weapons Community

Program

1st year

highly structured

2nd year

individually driven

  • Course Work (20 wks)

  • Project Mgmt

  • Team Building

  • Mentoring

  • Class Projects

  • Site Visits

  • 30% Home Dept

  • Course Work (3 wks)

  • Mentoring

  • Elective Classes

  • Class Project

  • Rotations

  • 30% Home Dept

Class of 2002

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Web FileShare provides the capability for enterprise-wide file sharing

NTK controlled enterprise file cabinet for

documents, images, and video files

  • Security foundation utilizes infrastructure elements put into place by ASCI

  • Authorization simplified by creation of the metagroup utility (with Boolean operators)

  • Access controls individually applied to each document, image, or video

  • Trust relationships between NWC sites foundation for classified information sharing

  • Web front end disguises corporate nature of application

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Corporate Lessons Learned CaseStudy Portal Capability Within Reach

Reusable vs. Historical Content

Active vs. Inactive Context

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WKM Integration Capability with Nuclear Weapons Information Environment Portal

WKM Portal

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