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  1. RECAPITALIZING OUR SHIPS VADM Paul Sullivan Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command Sea-Air-Space Exposition 5 April 2007

  2. Supported/Supporting Relationship SYSCOM to PEO’s • External Customers • Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) • Surface Warfare Enterprise (SWE) • Undersea Enterprise (USE) • Naval NETWAR/FORCEnet • Enterprise (NNFE) • Naval Expeditionary Combat • Enterprise (NECE) • Internal Customers • PEO Carriers • PEO Ships • PEO Subs • PEO IWS • PEO LMW • NAVSEA provides to PEO’s: • Services • Process • Workforce • SYSCOM’s/PEO’s jointly provide: • Current readiness (today’s ships/systems) at cost • Future capability (new ships/systems) at cost

  3. PEO Carriers PEO Ships PEO Subs PEO C4I PEO… WC WC WC HCA/BSO Authority NAVSEA/PEO Roles CNO/CMC NAVY ACQUISITION EXECUTIVE DASNs DASNs DASNs Fleet/USMC DRPM SSP COMNAVSEA $$$ Cost Schedule Performance $$$ Cost Schedule Performance $$$ Cost Schedule Performance $$$ Cost Schedule Performance People Technical Authority Technical Competencies Systems Engineering Competencies People Business Enablers People Current Readiness Products Delivered to the Warfighter Future Readiness

  4. SYSCOM Acquisition Role • Technical Authority • Contracting • Budget submission office/funds administration • Legal • Warfare Centers • On-site Contract Direction at Shipbuilder (SUPSHIP)

  5. Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) • First time use of Naval Vessel Rules • Source selection • Human Systems Integration • Warfare system options • Payload module interface/integration (3 PEO’s, 2 SYSCOM’s, 4PM’s) • Program Restructure • Cost • Contract • Technical Package • Financing

  6. DDG-1000 • Source Selection • Ship Design Challenges • High design standards • Composite deckhouse • Seakeeping analysis • Stealth • Weight, Size • Warfare System Integration • Human Systems Integration • Commonality with CGX

  7. Combatant LCS 1-10 CVN 21 SSN 780 -785 DDG 1000 -1003 DDG 110 -112 Non Combatant LPD 23 -26 T-AKE 7-13 MPFF MLP MPFF LMSR LHA 6 Future Capability at Cost –So Where IS the Cost? 45.0 Shipbuilding Costs FY05-10 Then Year $ 40.0 GFE 35.0 30.0 Material 25.0 $ Billions CFE 20.0 15.0 RDT&E GFE Material 10.0 CFE RDT&E Labor Detail Design 5.0 Detail Design Labor 0.0 Combatant Non Combatant Non Combatant Combatant Recurring Non-Recurring Recurring Non-Recurring Reduction of Design & Production Costs Essential for Affordability

  8. Future Cost Reduction • Navy • Stable shipbuilding program • Stable requirements • Incentivize construction yard improvements • Foster design/build • Commonality in GFE systems • Reduce warfare system costs • Reduce technical risk • Open Architecture • Shipbuilders • Common parts sourcing • Automation/modernization • Pool material commodity buys • Common product data environment tools/exchange • Design for production • Collaboration across total workload in design/construction

  9. Bottom Line • PEO is “supported” commander in acquisition • Acquisition is a team sport (PEO, SYSCOM, Shipbuilder) • Focus on capability at cost