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u s army computer network operations electronic warfare proponent usacewp

U.S. Army Computer Network Operations-Electronic Warfare Proponent (USACEWP)

US Army Combined Arms Center

army proponency
Army Proponency

U.S. Army Computer Network Operations and Electronic Warfare Proponent (USACEWP)

Mission: Develop, synchronize, integrate, and coordinate the Army Culture and the CNO-EW Capabilities and Capacity across the DOTMLPF domains IOT prepare the Army and the Land Component for future challenges in Cyberspace.

Vision: Cyberspace and the broader electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) are optimized by soldiers and leaders who understand both the operational and technical dimensions of this segment of the operational environment and are outfitted with cyber and electronic capabilities enabling a broad range of joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational activities during full spectrum operations while concurrently reducing risk to the force.

  • Decision authority to synchronize, integrate, and coordinate CNO and EW with modularity and future requirements (AR 5-22; TRADOC Reg 10-5-4)
  • Develop CNO and EW doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, and facilities (DOTMLPF) requirements (AR 5-22; TRADOC Reg 10-5-4)
  • Determine the scope of future CNO and EW capabilities development efforts (EW and CNO Proponent Charters; AR 5-22; EW and Information/Cyberspace ICDT Charters)
  • Determine integration tasks for Army, Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational computer network and electronic warfare operations (EW and CNO Proponent Charters; TRADOC Reg 10-5-4)
  • Perform as the Army’s centralized manager and integrator for CNO and EW combat development and force management activities (TRADOC Capability Manager Charter)
current organizational structure
Current Organizational Structure

Chief, US Army CNO-EW Proponent

LTG William B. Caldwell, IV

Current

53 Personnel

6 Military

2 DA Civilian

45 Contractor

Director, CDID

Mr. Thomas Jordan

Director

COL Wayne Parks

Organizational Support (SAIC)

Senior Advisors (SAIC)

InitiativesGroup (SAIC)

StrategicCommunications (SAIC)

Deputy Director for Requirements

LTC Fred Harper

Deputy Director for Futures

LTC Chip Bircher

TRADOC Capability Manager-

EW Integration (TCM-EWI)

Mr. Rick Messer (SAIC)

Identifies Cyber-Electronic gaps and recommends solutions across Army doctrine, organizations, training, materiel, leadership, personnel and facilities, in coordination with TRADOC and HQDA

  • Develops and integrates future Cyber-Electronic concepts for Army and Land Component organizations.

Army’s centralized manager and integrator for Cyber-Electronic combat development and force management activities

slide4

EW – Where We Are

Doctrine, Concepts, and Organizational Design

Leader Development & Education and Training

  • EW Capability Based Assessment underway
  • Field Manual (FM) 3-36, Electronic Warfare, on-track for fall/winter 2008 release
  • Conceptual development of new FM on Cyberspace
  • Cyberspace Symposium Sep 22-25 will kick-off cyber-electronic ICDT
  • EW FDU (full-time specialists, FY12 and beyond) approved by VCSA to compete in TAA 10-15 for resourcing
  • Tactical (ASI 1K) and Operational (ASI 1J) EW Courses in full production: over 1000 Joint graduates to date
  • Mobile Training Teams deploying to provide unit-specific EW training for all deploying units
  • EW Officer Functional Area Qualification Course (Pilot) ongoing at the Fires CoE
  • LDE&T Plan underway to evolve from CNO-EW to Cyberspace

Personnel

Materiel, Facilities & Resources

  • Military Occupational Classification and Structure packets for functional area forwarded to DA June 08; Enlisted MOS & Warrant Officer Career Field MOCS packets submitted to TRADOC July 08.
  • Active management of Army trained personnel to begin replacing Navy EW personnel in theater
  • Coordinating EW personnel requirements for Corps and Division designs
  • Proponent maintains oversight of numerous EW Material Acquisition Programs
  • Continuing to work resourcing constraints
  • FY08 funding received; out-year funding is being integrated into budget submissions to Congress
    • FY09 dependent on Supplemental
    • FY10 requirements included in POM
cyberspace where we re headed
Cyberspace: Where We’re Headed

Information & Cyberspace ICDT

  • CAC and ARCIC establishing an Integrated Concept Development Team to chart the Way Ahead.
    • Means to identify and align a required set of DOTMLPF solutions.
    • Leverages TRADOC integrating process
    • Produce Concept Capabilities Plan (CCP), Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA), and/or Integrating Concept
  • Lead: CG, CAC
  • ICDT Chair Responsibilities
    • Execute Charter, Conduct ICDT Meetings, Coordinate Formal Taskings
  • Participants: Core and Supporting Members
    • Core: CAC, ARCIC; Fires, Intel, Maneuver, Aviation, Signal, and Maneuver Support COEs; JFK SWC; OCPA
    • Supporting: INSCOM, NETCOM, SMDC/ARSTRAT, USJFCOM, USMC, USN, USAF, DHS, HQDA Staff, TRADOC
slide6

USACEWP Significant Efforts

  • Develop Army CNO-EW Concepts and Doctrine
    • Integrated EW requirements into Army Functional Concepts
    • EW Concept Capability Plan (CCP): Approved by Dir, ARCIC
    • Program Directive for FMI 3-36, Electronic Warfare approved.
    • Final Draft of FMI 3-36 completed; out for Army-wide staffing.
    • Publishing of FMI 3-36 scheduled for fall/winter 08.
    • Cyberspace Symposium, Sep 22-25, will serve as first step toward CNO CCP
  • Establish Army EW Personnel and Force Structure Requirements
    • ASIs established, recoding billets
    • Interim Structure solution (FDU Jr.) approved
    • EW FDU approved by VCSA to compete in TAA 10-15
    • MOCS actions to create EW MOS and Functional Area at TRADOC and DA
  • Establish Training and Integrate EW into Leader Development
    • Tactical and Operational Courses underway
    • Army-wide Training Needs Assessment complete
    • MTTs established to meet DA G-3 guidance for Army EW Initial Operating Capability
    • EW Functional Area Qualification Course pilot course being conducted at Ft. Sill
  • Establish Materiel Requirement Process
    • Integrated with JIEDDO for quick-look studies
    • TCM-EWI Charter approved by CG TRADOC
    • Creating MOUs with multiple combat/materiel development organizations (INSCOM, USMC MCCDC)
    • Conducting EW Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA) to identify Army EW requirements, gaps, proposed solution: FAA in final staffing, FNA underway
  • Establish Proponent Capability and Capacity
    • EW Proponent established as separate CAC MSO
    • EW Proponent designated Personnel Proponent for EW
    • Concept Plan approved by TRADOC, at DAMO-FM for staffing
    • FY08 and beyond resource requirements / POM
director s initiatives
Director’s Initiatives

Vision: A Community of Practice where members routinely coordinate on a shared vision of Information, Cyberspace, and

the broader electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) in order to develop complementary information, cyber and electronic

capabilities that enable a broad range of joint, inter governmental, inter agency and multi national activities during operations while concurrently reducing risk to the Land Component in support of the Joint Force Commander.

INSCOM Partnership

Land Component Partnership

Final draft of MOA under review by INSCOM; ready for joint signature by August 15

Draft MOA under review by MCCDC

Cyber-Electronic University Consortium

Industry Partnerships

Face-to-face meetings with KU and KSU have been held; KSU recommended partnership with Big 12 Engineering Consortium

Informal Director-level talks to determine way ahead

slide8

Challenges

Establishment of the Proponent

Resourcing of approved TDA

FY09 and FY10 Funding

CNO Integration into the Proponent

Building 391 Operating Improvements

Cyber-Electronic capabilities (phone lines, VTC, ISDN, bandwidth)

Space utilization and optimization

Classified Access (JWICS/SIPR/STO)

CAC Roles and Duplicative Efforts across the Army

Proponent still capturing and integrating disparate efforts

Often a rush to materiel solutions first

CAC OPORD to clarify EW roles and responsibilities

Synchronizing Concepts and Capabilities (Slide 11, 12)

Capability Development and Process timelines (Slide 13)

Leveraging Intellectual Capacity outside the Army (Slide 14)

synchronizing concepts capabilities

TRADOC Pam 525-3-2

TRADOC Pam 525-3-2

TRADOC Pam 525-4-1

Army In

Joint

Operations

Tactical

Maneuver

Oct 2006

TRADOC Pam 525-2-1

TRADOC Pam 525-3-6

Army In

Joint

Operations

SUSTAIN

Apr 2007

SUSTAIN

Army In

Joint

Operations

SEE

Apr 2007

SEE

Army In

Joint

Operations

MOVE

APR 2007

TRADOC Pam 525-3-5

Army In

Joint

Operations

PROTECT

Apr 2007

PROTECT

TRADOC Pam 525-3-1

Army In

Joint

Operations

Operational

Maneuver

Oct 2006

TRADOC Pam 525-3-4

TRADOC Pam 525-3-3

Army In

Joint

Operations

BATTLE

COMMAND

Apr 2007

Army In

Joint

Operations

STRIKE

Apr 2007

STRIKE

Synchronizing Concepts & Capabilities

Army Family of Concepts

Operating

Concepts

Functional

Concepts

Capstone

Concept

Network

Operations

Electromagnetic

Spectrum

Operations

Network

Warfare

Electronic

Warfare

Cyber-Electronic

Capabilities

FM 3-0 Elements of Combat Power

Computer

Network

Operations

Space

Superiority

Integrated joint capability for battle command and the Commander’s combined arms approach to full spectrum operations

slide10

Information & Cyberspace

Combat

Camera

Human

Terrain

Teams

Red

Teams

Information

Engagement

PSYOP

Radar

Strat

Comms

Active

Denial

ES

Acoustics

ISR

KM

EP

PA

EMP

MILDEC

OPSEC

IP

C2

Warfare

Aircraft

Survivability

EA

Directed

Energy

DSPD

IM

Dazzlers

Satellite

Ldr&Sldr

Engagement

Operational Environment

(Air/Sea/Space/Land Domains)

Electro-

Magnetic

Spectrum

Cyberspace

Information

Comm

Networks

Computer

Network

Operations

Electronic

Warfare

Network

Attack

Network

Defense

Network

Exploit

Information

Assurance

Information

Dissemination

Management

Network

Management

capability development process timelines
Capability Development & Process Timelines

DoD Budgetary Process and Policy

Future Years

Defense Plan

FY 10/FY15

Future Concepts

2016 - 2024

1

2

Execution/Budget

FY 08/FY09

Current Force

Future Force

Futuree

Current

Transition

JCIDS Process

Public Sector Business Strategy Cycle

Traditional: a complete/ detailed DOTMLPF approach for a general solution for the entire Army

Delivery time to field:

5-7 Years

0 – 18 Mos

18 – 36 Mos

1: Capability

Identified

2: TRADOC

Evaluates /

Documents

solution

3: Pentagon

Evaluates

4: DoD/Army

Aquisition

Executive

Approves

5: PPBE

resources

6: Solution

Developed

Capability Development Rapid Transition (CDRT): [Rapid Equipping]: a timely/rapid solution focused on the needs of a

specific unit or theater

  • Troops identify capability
  • REF field team evaluates
  • Money taken from operational or program accounts
  • Solution developed

5

6

5

6

3

4

3

4

1

2

1

2

Delivery time to field:

3-6 Months

3

4

Spiral Development: process to where desired capability identified but the end state requirements not known. Updated and revalidated on a schedule using risk management.

Incremental Development: process to where desired capability identified, an end state is known. Requirement met by developing several increments, each dependent on available mature technology.

slide12

USACEWP Partners & Constituencies

All citizens committed to protecting the frontiers of freedom

American Public

Centers of Influence

Decision Makers

Joint

- Marines/MCCDC

- Air Force/ACC & AFCYBER

- Navy/NAVNETWARCOM

Inter-Agency - NSA

Inter-Governmental

Multinational

USACEWP Liaison Offices at Army Centers of ExcellenceFort GordonFort BenningFort RuckerFort KnoxFort SillFort Huachuca

Fort Leonard Wood*

Capability Development partnership with:

INSCOM

NETCOM

RDECOM

SMDC/ARSTRAT

Warfighters

Great Plains Cyber-Electronic University Consortium(proposed)