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NDIA Defense Forum Breakfast. MG JEFFREY SORENSON Deputy for Acquisition & Systems Management Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology) 21 MARCH 2007. Agenda. “Big A – little a” of Acquisition Army Budget Status Industrial Base

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NDIA Defense Forum Breakfast

MG JEFFREY SORENSON

Deputy for Acquisition & Systems Management

Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army

(Acquisition, Logistics and Technology)

21 MARCH 2007


Agenda
Agenda

  • “Big A – little a” of Acquisition

  • Army Budget Status

  • Industrial Base

  • Rapid Acquisition Process

  • Summary

2


“Big A – Little a”

One Process – One Team

ACQUIRE

DEVELOP

CONTRACT

TEST

PRODUCE

FIELD

OPERATE/SUSTAIN

UPGRADE/MODERNIZE

FMS

RESOURCES

RETIRE

DEMIL

CAPABILITY

NEED

acquisition

ACQUISITION

?

D O T L M P F

Doctrine, Organizations, Training, Leader Development, Materiel, Personnel, Facilities

3


Dod budget authority since ww ii
DoD Budget Authority Since WW II

WW II

37.9%

DoD % of Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

$ (Billions) Constant FY07 Dollars

Korea

14.2%

3.0% in 2000--Lowest since prior to World War II.

Vietnam

9.5%

Reagan Buildup

6.2%

GWOT

3.9%

4


Current fiscal guidance
Current Fiscal Guidance

$B

Current Fiscal Guidance (Includes Growth)

140.7

+$68.9B

Revised October

Fiscal Guidance

130.0

+$52.1B

FY07 President’s

Budget

FY 07 Appropriation

Initial April 2006 Fiscal Guidance

110.1

FY 04-06 Actuals

101.0

99.2

95.9

FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13

5

8 Feb 07


Army base gwot funding fy03 09 b
Army Base + GWOT Funding – FY03-09 ($B)

  • Army FY03-08 Supp Funding = ~ $360B

  • Army FY03-08 GWOT Growth = $58.8B

  • * Note: FY 07/08 Supp requests pending

?

* *

115.1

134.2

159.5

171.4

200.6

213.4

Actuals

Request

6

Note: Figures do not include JIEDDO, ISFF, ASFF


Rockwell

Boeing

Argo Systems

Litton Precision Gear

McDonnell Douglas

Hughes Electronics Satellite

Jeppesen Sanderson

Honeywell-Electro-Optics

Fairchild Weston Systems Inc.

Loral

Ford Aerospace

BDM International Inc.

Librascope

LTV–Missile Business

IBM–Federal Systems

Unisys Defense

General Dynamics–Ft. Worth

MEL

Lockheed

Martin Marietta

Gould Ocean System Division

General Electric–Aerospace

COMSAT Corp.

Affiliated Computer Services Inc. (ACS)

Federal Data Corp.

2003

2004

2002

2001

2000

1988

1980

1982

1984

1986

1990

1992

1994

1996

1997

1998

1999

Source: SDC, DACIS DM&A

First Wave

Second Wave

Industrial Base – Family Tree

Boeing

Loral

Lockheed Martin

BDM (Carlyle)

Aerospace Electronic Systems

Commercial Aerostructures

Logicon

Northrop – West Virginia

General Dynamics Space Business

Northrop

LTV–Aircraft Operations

Grumman Corp.

Westinghouse El. Defense

Northrop Grumman

Ryan Aeronautical

Kistler Aerospace Corp.

Alvis Logistics–EDD Business

Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical

Taratin

TASC (Primark)

PRC (Black & Decker)

General Instruments–Defense

Varian–Solid State Devices

Litton Industries

Avandale Industries

Newport News Shipbuilding

TRW

Raytheon

Hughes

General Motors

Hughes Electronics

BET PLC's Rediffusion Simulation

Raytheon – Flight Simulation

Raython Co-Plant, Quincy

General Dynamics Missile Division

Magnavox

REMCO SA

Raytheon

STC PLC–Navigation Systems

TRW-LSI Products Inc.

Corporate Jets

Eng & Const. Int’l

Aircraft Integration Systems Segment

Vertex Aerospace

E-Systems

Chrysler Techn. Airborne

Texas Instr. El. Defense

Veridian Corp

GM Defense

Motorola Integrated Info Sys

Galaxy Aerospace

Primex Technologies

Santa Barbara

GTE Government Systems Corp. Units

Gulfstream Aerospace

NASSCO Holdings, Inc.

Computing Devices International, Inc

Lucent Advanced Technology Systems

Lockheed Martin Defense Sys, Armament Sys

Bath Iron Works

Chrysler Defense, Inc

General Dynamics

General Dynamics

Space Propulsions

Missile Operations

Electronics Division

Fort Worth Div.

Space Systems

7


Big dod contractors dwarf field
Big DoD Contractors Dwarf Field

$35

Lockheed Martin

$28

6 Companies receive

50% of payments

to top 100 contractors

For 2006

Boeing

Northrop Grumman

General Dynamics

$21

Raytheon

2006 Direct DoD Contracts ($B)

$14

Halliburton

$7

$0

1

5

9

13

17

21

25

29

33

37

41

45

49

53

57

61

65

69

73

77

81

85

89

93

97

8

Source: DoD Directorate for Information Operations and Reports Procurement Statistics


Chain of command theoretical
Chain of Command (Theoretical)

DAE

AAE

PEO

SVC Program Manager

+30 People

ASA(ALT) Mission:

Effectively and efficiently develop, acquire, field,

and sustain materiel by leveraging domestic,

organic, commercial, and foreign technologies and capabilities to meet the Army’s current and future mission requirements.

9


Chain of Command (Realistic)

White

House

Congress

Secretary

Of

Defense

OMB

Joint

Staff

GAO

DOTE

DAE

DoDIG

Press

OSD POL

Appointees

Press

Congress

AT&L

Staff

OGC

SVC Secretary

AAE

ARSTAFF

IDA’S

DCMA

Secretariat

AAA

Staffers

DCAA

ATEC

AMC

PEO

LCMC

XXXX

Users

OTC

Staffers

MACOMS

SVC Program Manager

+30 People

10


Spiral development balancing act
Spiral Development Balancing Act

11


ACAT 1 Programs - Cumulative

Rebaselines by Month

(Period over 1988-2005)

PBDs

PDMs

Auth. Act

Approp. Act

DoD Budget

Data over 17 years serves as a heads up!

Is this known occurrence factored into OSD

and Joint Staff processes and planning?

DoD Budget

OMB

President’s

Budget to

Congress

12


DoD 5000

Current Process

Accelerated Process

SAFETY

RELEASE

RELIABILITY

OIF / OEF

DEVELOPMENT/

PROCUREMENT

FIELD

ONS

AR2B

13


Of approved operation needs statements ons
# of Approved Operation Needs Statements (ONS)

14


Fcs brigade combat team
FCS Brigade Combat Team

Manned Ground Vehicles (MGV)

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

Command and

Control

Vehicle (C2V)

Infantry Carrier

Vehicle (ICV)

Class I UAV

Class IV UAV

Mounted Combat System (MCS)

Reconnaissance

And Surveillance

Vehicle (RSV)

Unattended Ground Systems (UGS)

T-UGS

U-UGS

Common Chassis

Non-Line of Sight Launch System

(NLOS-LS)

Tactical and Urban Unattended

Ground Sensors

Non-Line of

Sight Mortar

(NLOS-M)

Non-Line of

Sight Cannon

(NLOS-C)

Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV)

MULE-C

MULE-T

Multifunction Utility/ Logistics

and Equipment Countermine and Transport

Medical Vehicle

Treatment (MV-T)

Small UGV (SUGV)

FCS Recovery and

Maintenance

Vehicle (FRMV)

Armed Robotic Vehicle – Assault (Light) (ARV-A-L)

Medical Vehicle

Evacuation (MV-E)

15

6 Feb 07


FCS (BCT) System-of-Systems Schedule

16


Current to future force through technology spin outs
Current To Future Force through Technology Spin Outs

FCS – System Development and Demonstration

Core Program Delivery FY 2015

Spin-out 1 FY 2008-10

Spin-out 2 FY 2010-12

Spin-out 3 FY 2012-14

Networked Sensors/ Shooters

- Limited Battle Command

- JTRS (GMR/HMS)

- Unattended ground sensors

- Non-line of sight launch systems

Systems/ Component -APS

- Mast Mounted

Sensor

Options:

- Small UGV

- Class 1 UAV

Network and Ground/ Air Vehicles

- ABCS to FCS

Battle Command

- ARV-A-L

- Small UGV

- Class I UAV

- Class IV UAV

Joint Networked System of Systems

Fielding 6 current force BCTs/yr (70)

Current

Future

Fielding 15 FCS BCTs

Stryker

Infantry

Heavy

Infantry

Heavy

Stryker

FCS

Lessons learned

OIF and OEF

2010 and beyond

2004-2006

2006-2010

  • ARH (2009)

  • LUH (2008)

  • DCGS-A (V3)

    (2007)

  • Excalibur

    (2007)

RAVEN Tactical UAV

Interceptor Body Armor (IBA)

Counter IED (Warlock, Duke)

Uparmored Vehicles (UAH, AoA)

Buffalo mine-clearing vehicle

  • WIN-T (2014)

  • JTRS AMF (2011-12)

  • JTRS (GMR/HMS)

  • Apache Longbow Block III (2011)

Related Advanced Developments

17


Current gwot support peos pms
Current GWOT Support – PEOs/PMs

85

Military

Government

38

Total

2493

Contractors

2870

18


Way ahead
Way Ahead

  • “Big A – little a” Acquisition

  • Health of Industrial Base Critical to Success

  • Rapid Acquisition – Team Sport!

19


Bottom Line

Program Manager’s Ultimate Decision Tool:

When All Factors Are About Equal,

What Is Best For The Soldier?

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