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Surface Navy Association. Mr. Bill Bray Program Executive Officer Integrated Warfare Systems January 14, 2014. CNO’s Sailing Directions. Warfighting First Operate Forward Be Ready. “The ability to fight and win today, while building the ability to win tomorrow is why we have a Navy.”.

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surface navy association

Surface Navy Association

Mr. Bill Bray

Program Executive Officer Integrated Warfare Systems

January 14, 2014

cno s sailing directions
CNO’s Sailing Directions
  • Warfighting First
  • Operate Forward
  • Be Ready
  • “The ability to fight and win today, while building the ability to win tomorrow is why we have a Navy.”

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

  • Continue efforts to invest in capabilities to address near-term challenges and develop future capabilities needed to conduct missions in the most likely scenarios;
  • Operate forward and ready to respond where it matters , when it matters;
  • Sustain our fleet capability through effective maintenance, timely modernization, and sustained production of proven ships and aircraft;

When our systems are installed in the fleet, they are on schedule, they work as designed, first time, every time;

That is our only measure of success.

peo iws objectives
PEO IWS Objectives
  • Professional Workforce – we will hire, train, develop, and retain the PEO IWS Team.
  • Sustainment – It is critically important for PEO IWS to sustain the systems and equipment we have delivered.
  • Rigorous Testing – we must conduct meaningful testing of all our systems prior to delivery; this establishes our legitimacy.
  • Development – we will develop and mature new technologies and deliver on time those that meet warfighter requirements and pace the threat. This establishes our legacy.
peo iws strategy
PEO IWS Strategy

Our #1 priority: Deliver the Best Warfighting Capability to Sailors and Marines

Focus on achieving requirements in a cost efficient manner

Reduce variations and achieve commonality through COTS Advanced Capability Builds (ACB)

Achieve enhanced capability through AEGIS and SSDS evolution

Manage Portfolio from a Product Line Approach

Leverage competition where it makes sense

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Program Executive Officer

Executive Director

Chief of Staff

Director, Above Water Sensors

Director,

Integrated Combat Systems

Executive Assistant

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Architect

Executive Officer

Acquisition Officer

Chief Logistician

Director, Corporate Operations

Technical Authority

SEA 05

Human Capital Resources Manager

NSSPO

IWS 3D

Above Water Sensors

IWS 2.0

AEGIS Fleet Readiness

IWS 1.0F

Director,

Cruiser & Destroyer

Combat Systems

SCSC Wallops Island

CJR

IWS 2I

Surface Ship Weapons

IWS 3.0

SSDS Fleet Readiness

IWS 10.0F

AEGIS

IWS 1.0

AEGIS TECHREP

RAM

IWS 3B

Undersea Systems

IWS 5.0

ZUMWALT

IWS 9.0

Command & Control

IWS 6.0

International &FMS

IWS 4.0

Future Combat Systems

IWS 7.0

LCS

IWS 8.0

Ship Self Defense System (SSDS)

IWS 10.0

Product

Major Program Managers

Sustainment

Major Program Managers

Integrated Combat Systems

Major Program Managers

Testing

Main Thing: “To develop, deliver, and sustain operationally dominant combat systems to

Sailors and Marines.”

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
  • 29 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

146 – Program & Projects

3 – ACAT I5 – ACAT II2 – ACAT III4 – ACAT IV9– R&D39 – Inactive84– Non ACAT

Develop, Deliver, and Sustain Operationally Dominant Combat Systems

  • Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited
peo iws portfolio composition
PEO IWS Portfolio Composition

Gate

1

Gate

2

Gate

3

Gate

6

Gate

4

Gate

5

CPD

CDD

CONOPS

Post

CDR

Pre

FRP DR

Sustainment

Post

IBR

ICD

AoA

SDS

RFP

Disposal

Concept

Requirements

Acquisition

FOC

IOC

M/S A

SRR

M/S B

PDR

CDR

M/S C/LRIP DR

IOT&E

Science & Technology

MATERIAL

SOLUTION

ANALYSIS

OPERATIONS &

SUPPORT

TECHNOLOGY

DEVELOPMENT

ENGINEERING &

MANUFACTURING

DEVELOPMENT

PRODUCTION &

DEPLOYMENT

MDD

  • IWS 5.0
  • Advanced Undersea Systems
  • ASW Advanced Dev.
  • Surface ASW Systems Imp.
  • Sub Arctic Warfare Dev.
  • IWS 3.0
  • SM-2 BLK IIIB IC*
  • NFCS III*
  • SM- 2 BLK IV IC*
  • Multi-Function Fuse MK 419 IVT*
  • 5"54 MK 45 (MOD 1/2) III*
  • MK75 76mm Gun
  • RAM BLK 1 II*
  • RIM-7
  • MK 57 NSSMS
  • IWS 5.0
  • CV-TSC III*
  • AN/SQQ-89 (V3) -(V)15 I*
  • SVTT IVT*
  • IWS 6.0
  • AN/WSN-7/7A RLGN IVT*
  • AN/WQN-2 DSVL IVT*
  • AN/WSN-2 IVT*
  • SACC-A
  • CNI
  • Legacy NAV
    • IWS 2.0
  • AN/SPY-1A/B/D*
  • AN/SLQ-32(V)
  • AN/SPQ-15 DDS
  • AN/SPY-1A/B/D
  • AN/SPS-40*
  • AN/BPS-15 III*
  • AN/WLR-1(H)*
  • AN/SPS-73(V)*
  • AN/SPA-25G/H*
  • AN/SPS-48 III*
  • AN/SPQ-14 ASDS*
  • AN/SYS-2(V) III*
  • AN/SSQ-82(V)*
  • AN/SPS-64*
  • IN-SERVICE DECOYS* (Chaff, Rubber Duck, etc)
  • AN/SPS-49 III*
  • AN/SPQ-12 RADDS
  • AN/SPS-67*
  • AN/SPS-55*
  • IWS 1.0
  • AEGIS Baseline Programs
    • ABL 9A/C (AMOD ACB12 Core))
    • ABL 9D (DDG 113-115)
    • ABL 7.2
  • CDS
  • CPS
  • IWS 2.0
  • AMDR ID
  • MMSP
  • AN/SPS-74 PDR
  • IWS 3.0
  • AGS/LRLAP
  • IWS 6.0
  • ECDIS-N Software New Start III**
  • IWS 10.0
  • SSDS Programs:
    • SSDS MOD 2 (MOD 5C-FY10 B/L
    • for LSD TR)
  • IWS 1F
  • ADEPT
  • IWS 2.0
  • AN/SPY-1D(V) II
  • AN/SLQ-32(V)4 ESE IVT
  • SEWIP Block 1B II
  • SEWIP Block 2 II
  • AN/SPQ-9B III
  • NULKA III
  • IWS 2I
  • CJR ID*
  • IWS 3.0
  • SM-6 ID
  • ESSM II
  • RAM BLK 2 II
  • CIWS MK 15 PHALANX BLK IB/SEARAM/LPWS II*
  • 5”/62 MK 45 MOD 4 Gun III*
  • MK 20 EOSS
  • MK 160 GCS
  • AMMO
  • MK 46 30mm Gun
  • MK 38 Gun Mod 2
  • MK 41 VLS II*
  • IWS 1.0
  • Aegis Programs:
    • ABL 8.1.1.2
  • Enterprise T&E
    • Air Warfare Ship Self Defense (AW SSD) T&E
    • Self Defense Test Ship (STDS)
  • IWS 1F
  • CPM (ABLs 6.3/7.1/8.1)
  • IWS 10.0
  • SSDS Programs
    • SSDS MK1
    • SSDS MK2 MOD 1A/1B (CVNs), MOD 2/2A(LPDs), MOD 3 (LHDs), MOD 4 (LHAs) IC *
    • SSDS MK2 MOD 6C-ACB 12 for CVN 78
    • NTDS
    • ACDS II*
    • RAIDS III*
  • IWS 7.0
  • BFTT (O&S) IV M (Includes BFTT Mod)
  • IWS 2.0
  • AOEW New Start II
  • IWS 2.0
  • SEWIP BLK 3 New Start II
  • IWS 3.0
  • ESSM Blk 2 - New Start II
  • IWS 6.0
  • MIPS New Start III
  • INS-R
  • IWS 5.0
  • AN/SQQ-89
    • AN/SQQ-89A (V) 15 I*
    • TI-09 B/L 3*
    • TI-12 B/L 4*
    • TI-14 B/L 5*
    • TI-16 B/L 6*
    • SAST
  • CADRT IVT
  • USW DSS IVT
  • IWS 6.0
  • CEC (P&D) IC
  • AN/WSN-9 DHYSL
  • AN/BSN-2 DDD
  • AN/WSN-7B AAP
  • AN/WSN-8/8A DEML
  • Scalable ECDIS-N
  • IWS 7.0
  • NIFC-CA
  • FMS Programs
  • IWS 4.0
  • AEGIS/ AWS: 5 Countries
  • SM-1/SM-2: 15 Countries
  • CIWS: 9 Countries
  • MK 41 VLS: 8 Countries
  • MK 34 GWS: 3 Countries
  • Radars: 1 Countries
  • CEC:1 Country
  • Ammunition: 17 Countries
  • WSN-7/9: 4 Countries
  • NFCS: 1 Country
  • BFTT: 1 Country
  • SQQ-89: 2 Countries

*Inactive ACAT Programs are 90% delivered / expended

** Initiates at M/S C

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combat system evolving capability
Combat System Evolving Capability

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

evolving joint environments
Evolving Joint Environments

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

Small Boat

Attacks

Cyber

Warfare

Anti-Piracy

Fire Support Missions

Super-Sonic

Anti-Air & Anti-Surface Missiles

DisasterRelief

Torpedoes

Anti-Ship

Ballistic Missiles

Advanced Super-Sonic

Anti-Air & Anti-Ship Missiles

Stealth

Under-Sea

Engage Long Range Ballistic Missiles

Mines

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

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

Increased introduction of new integrated systems and enhanced capabilities to pace the threat

Better Buying Power initiatives will continue to drive costs down and ensure the best product to the Navy