COL Allen Green PM, SATCOM  Mr. Joe Mansir  Deputy PM, SATCOM 6 December 2006

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2. Purpose. Provide an update on activities occurring at DISA to provide operationally responsive, customer-focused, and cost effective commercial SATCOM ServicesProvide results of the Congressionally-directed DoD Commercial SATCOM Spend Analysis and associated strategy. 3. Agenda. DISA's Commerci

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1. COL Allen Green PM, SATCOM Mr. Joe Mansir Deputy PM, SATCOM 6 December 2006

2. 2 Purpose Provide an update on activities occurring at DISA to provide operationally responsive, customer-focused, and cost effective commercial SATCOM Services Provide results of the Congressionally-directed DoD Commercial SATCOM Spend Analysis and associated strategy

3. 3 Agenda DISA’s Commercial SATCOM Mandate PMO SATCOM Vision and Mission PMO SATCOM Organization Contract Vehicles Improvement Initiatives DoD Commercial SATCOM Spend Analysis Results

4. 4 Commercial SATCOM @ DISA Our Mandate DISA is the Department of Defense’s only authorized service provider for fixed and mobile satellite services Commander, USSTRATCOM designated DISA as the Commercial Satellite System Expert (SSE) for fixed and mobile satellite services

5. 5 SATCOM PMO Vision/Mission

6. 6 SATCOM PMO Functional Chart

7. 7 Contract Vehicles

8. 8 Responding to the Warfighter

9. 9 Inmarsat Contract Modification

10. 10 DSTS-G Contract Modifications

11. 11 Provisioning Process Improvement

12. 12 Parallel Processing PMO SATCOM currently establishing a parallel provisioning process Parallel provisioning should Decrease overall provisioning time Provide provisioning progress visibility to customers

13. 13 User Interface Improvements Web portal enhancements permitting Warfighters to submit Telecommunications Requests (TR) for all SATCOM services Standardizing processes and documentation with customers Increased manning of Global SATCOM Support Center to support enhanced protection requirements on a 24X7 basis

14. 14 Fee Reduction

15. 15 Spend Analysis Background Section 803 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY05 challenged DoD to procure Commercial SATCOM in a more strategic manner Section 818 of the NDAA for FY06 directed the Assistant Secretary of Defense to perform a complete spend analysis and report on an acquisition strategy that Is based on the spend analysis Considers aggregating purchases and leveraging purchasing power Includes multiyear contracting, or a statement of rationale why multiyear is not used Proposes any required legislative action

16. 16 Spend Analysis Results FY2005 DoD Commercial SATCOM expenditures totaled $330M and provided over 6.4 GHz of bandwidth Expenditures have begun to level off, yet bandwidth usage continues to grow

17. 17 Spend Analysis Results (Cont)

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21. 21 Commercial SATCOM Strategy Acquisition Strategy Continue with current contract vehicle (DSTS-G) Improve execution Leveraging DoD purchasing power Continue to concentrate DoD purchases on DSTS-G and consider aggregating individual bandwidth requirements when practical Multiyear contracting Contingency: Use DSTS-G to satisfy contingency requirements using short-term, annual, and multiple year arrangements Long-Term: Presume multiyear contracting where requirements and funding are stable; evaluate risk/reward on a case-by-case basis Pre-positioned: Aggregate and apply multiyear contracting; define pre-positioned capability; obtain validation; evaluate risk/reward through dual pricing No legislative action required Existing GSA delegated contracting authority and DSTS-G contract vehicle support full range of DoD multiyear needs

22. 22 Conclusions DSTS-G is a cost effective vehicle as validated by Congressionally-directed spend analysis Continuously looking for ways to improve the way we deliver SATCOM Services to the Warfighter Modifying current contracts Aggregating requirements Multi-year contracting on a case-by-case basis Performing Business Process Reengineering Need Warfighter help in keeping DSTS-G pricing competitive

24. 24 DSTS-G Contract Modifications Net-Centric Functional Capabilities Board (NC FCB) – responsible for the organization, analysis, and prioritization of joint warfighting capability needs within the assigned network centric functional area – approved set of Commercial SATCOM capabilities in Jan 2006

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