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NMCI and the U.S. Marine Corps . Mrs. Debra Filippi, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps Deputy Director C4 / Deputy CIO NMCI Industry Symposium, 16-19 Jun 03. Purpose. Explain NMCI status & impact on the Marine Corps Discuss opportunities to leverage/exploit NMCI. Background.

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nmci and the u s marine corps

NMCI and theU.S. Marine Corps

Mrs. Debra Filippi,

Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps

Deputy Director C4 / Deputy CIO

NMCI Industry Symposium, 16-19 Jun 03

purpose
Purpose
  • Explain NMCI status & impact on the Marine Corps
  • Discuss opportunities to leverage/exploit NMCI
background
Background
  • An enterprise approach to managing IT assets and networks in the Marine Corps had been adopted prior to the inception of NMCI
    • Marine Corps Enterprise Network
    • Marine Corps Office of the CIO established
  • NMCI as opportunity to continue to mature Service and Dept IT governance framework
marine corps goals
Marine Corps Goals
  • Seamless, transparent exchange of information
  • Increase awareness and quality of data assets
  • Ubiquitous network access through the web
  • Migration to common platform for providing enterprise services
  • Streamline IT management
usmc it environment
USMC IT Environment

Source: MITRE Corp “Building a Common Information Technology Infrastructure” brief

transition plan
Transition Plan

MID/NORTH ATLANTIC

Camp Elmore

NOB Norfolk

MCRD Parris Island

MCAS Beaufort

FAR EAST

Okinawa North

Okinawa South

MCAS Iwakuni

Camp Fuji

NCR

MCB Quantico

Henderson Hall

8/I Barracks

Navy Annex

Pentagon

AAAV

EAST COAST

Camp Lejeune Site

MCAS Cherry Point

WEST COAST

MCLB Barstow

MCAGTFTC 29 Palms

MCRD San Diego

Camp Pendleton Site

MCAS Miramar

MCAS Yuma

SOUTHEAST

MCLB Albany

MARFORRES

NSA New Orleans

MCA R-G Airport

HAWAII

Camp Smith

MCBH Kaneohe Bay

TOTAL MAJOR SITES = 27

nmci current status
NMCI Current Status
  • First USMC seats AOR’d 24 March
    • 15 Marine Corps sites AOR’d as of 3 June
      • 16,300 seats
    • AORs will continue through FY03 and into FY04
      • Units deployed in support of OIF won’t AOR until they return
  • First cutovers anticipated by the end of Sep ‘03
    • Dependant on IOC of USMC Interim NOC at Quantico
  • Issues
    • Quantico NOC
    • Legacy Applications
leveraging nmci
Leveraging NMCI
  • Common IT Services
  • Shared Data Environment
  • Legacy Applications
  • Enterprise Portal Framework
usmc common it services
USMC Common IT Services
  • Objective: Design and implement an agile, responsive set of common IT services within enterprise governance structure and supported by policy.
  • Enable:
    • Effective management of infrastructure (centralized view of the Enterprise)
      • IT & Data/App/Web Hosting centers
    • Robust, secure IT services
    • Rapid deployment of portal and other information presentation mechanisms while maintaining data/information ownership.
to be architecture common it infrastructure

C2 Information

and as needed

RM information

C2 and RM

Information

C2 and RM Information

Garrison IT

Centers

C2 and RM

Information

Data Center

Application

Hosting

Center

C2 IT

Centers

IT-21

Centers

To-Be ArchitectureCommon IT Infrastructure
  • CONCEPT
  • All components in one set of layered views.
  • Maps operational activities to organizations, service sets, infrastructure components and standards.
  • Depicts the “seams” of system interoperability.

Representation spans C2, Garrison, afloat and Joint IT requirements

it centers centrally manage and deliver common or core it capabilities

COOP

Center

Enterprise

IT

Center

Enterprise Data Center

Help Desk

Application

Development

Lab

Certification

&

Accreditation

Lab

Application/

System

Maintenance

Center

Training

Center

Web

Hosting

Center

C2

Operations

Center

Data Center

C2

Operations

Center

Data Center

Data Center

Web

Hosting

Center

Application

Hosting

Center

Other

Center

IT Centers Centrally Manage And Deliver Common Or Core IT Capabilities

Building Blocks

Examples

Afloat/Ashore C2 Center

Application

Hosting

Center

IT Management

IT Operational

IT Development

IT Maintenance

Command & Control

to be architecture common it infrastructure12

Enterprise

IT

Center

Data Center

Web

Hosting

Center

Application

Hosting

Center

Application

Hosting

Center

Data Center

Data Center

C2

Operations

Center

C2

Operations

Center

Data Center

Application

Hosting

Center

Certification

&

Accreditation

Lab

Application

Development

Lab

Web

Hosting

Center

To-Be ArchitectureCommon IT Infrastructure

Tactical/Theatre Network

Tactical/Theatre Net

NMCI/IT21

(Example

MARFORPAC)

Joint

NMCI

NMCI

NMCI

Tactical/theatre Net

(Example Navy Annex)

  • MAJOR COMPONENTS
  • Definition of IT Service groupings encapsulates operational capabilities.
  • Common Infrastructure components required for operational capabilities can be delineated.

NMCI

(Example Camp Pendleton)

(Example MARCORSYSCOM)

Gives a layered view of the operational, system, and technical architecture components, and a clearer understanding of infrastructure requirements

enterprise shared data environment esde

DECISION SUPPORT

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

DATAMANAGEMENT

Enterprise Shared Data Environment (ESDE)

Data is a fundamental building block of interoperability, information management, knowledge management, and the design of efficient, non duplicative systems

the esde defined
Data Stores/Warehouses which allows Marine Corps Enterprise Data to be accessible from a single computer and viewed, analyzed, and understood in an integrated fashionThe ESDE Defined

Warfighting

Supporting

Control

Command &

Force Protection

Maneuver

INTEL

Logistics

Fires

Human Resources

R&D and Science

Management & Admin

Training & Education

Financial Management

Management

Information Resources

why sde
Why SDE?
  • Seamless, transparent exchange of information
  • Increase awareness and quality of data assets
  • Promote sharing of authoritative data source
  • Establish foundation for Information/Knowledge management/decision support tools
  • Integrated data provides new insights
  • Reduce data costs through consolidation
  • Reduce the "Time to Market" for application development and fielding
  • Enhance Flexible Information Fusion
a commander s perspective
A Commander’s Perspective

CMC

(enterprise)

Command & Control

INTEL

Mgt &

Admin

Info Resources

Mgt

Maneuver

HR

War

Decision-

Maker

Peace

FIRES

Finance

LOG

Train &

Edu

Force

Protect

R&D

Science

Small Unit

conceptual environment
Conceptual Environment
  • Net Centric Conceptual Model Leading to IT/DB Consolidation and Information Exposure (Integrated)
  • Consistent with GIG Enterprise Services (GES), Horizontal Fusion Enterprise Services (HFES)

Segmentation

into Communities

Of Interest (COI)

Local as

Needed

consolidation rationalization
Consolidation/Rationalization

Enterprise

Future Emphasis

On Enterprise

Regional

Campus

Local

Prior Emphasis

On Local

legacy applications
Legacy Applications
  • Software application inventory
    • CIO/Systems Command Lead
    • 8000 reduced to 500
    • Certification process
    • Software Baseline
  • Functional Area Managers (FAMS)
    • Sponsorship/accountability
  • Enterprise Application Portfolio Management
    • Rationalize applications
    • Institutionalize process
usmc enterprise portal
USMC Enterprise Portal
  • Single access point to enterprise information
  • Aggregation of IT services
  • Portal Objectives:
    • Standardization
    • Interoperability
    • Consistency
    • Usability
    • Information quality
    • Lower total cost of ownership
    • Extensibility
current portal tasks
Current Portal Tasks
  • CMC/HQMC Portal
    • Assess options to develop, operate, & maintain portal for HQMC meeting CMC requirements for information aggregation, application integration, and workflow enhancement
  • Enterprise Portal Architecture & Policy
    • Assuming no enforceable single-vendor Portal Engine standard, defining physical & logical options for integration framework meeting USMC objectives and aligned with DON/DOD policy
envisioned usmc enterprise

F

Envisioned USMC Enterprise

Business Logic/Applications

Enterprise Portal

Unified Data Model

Systems Layer

Financial

Manpower

Logistics

Training

War Fighter Portal

Other Portals

C2

Systems

Relational Database

Intel

Enterprise Infrastructure

summary
Summary

NMCI provides…

  • Significant improvement to IT infrastructure
    • Connectivity, bandwidth/throughput, security
  • Opportunity to improve business effectiveness & gain efficiencies
    • Improved Enterprise Governance Structure
    • Common IT Services
    • Shared Data Environment
    • Legacy Applications/Application Portfolio Mgmt
    • Enterprise Portal Framework