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  1. Interoperability in AfghanistanThe perspective of NCSA The ISAF CIS Coordinator and Service Provider AFCEA Event SHAPE 2010 16 June Dag Wilhelmsen Technical Director

  2. NATO has discovered that times have changed

  3. needing capabilities that underpin mission success Delivered on time and supported with excellence

  4. and securing freedom of movement cross country NATO UNCLASSIFIED 4

  5. The Afghanistan Mission Network (AMN) • Provide connectivity • Ensure common C2 and situational awareness • Establish single mission network (AMN) • Migrate National applications to National Extensions

  6. ANSF NATIONAL NETWORK AMN Concept • Primary Coalition Command Control Communication Computer Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance network for all ISAF forces • Replacing national networks • All information systems to be operational on the AMN • Integrated AMN Operation Centres ISAF MISSION SECRET DOMAIN LCSS (CANADA) CAESAR (ITALY) OTHER NATIONS ISAF SECRET OVERTASK (UK) CENTRIXS (US) DATA ONLY NATO SECRET NATO UNCLASSIFIED Releasable to ISAF

  7. AMN Areas of focus • Network Architecture and Infrastructure • Functional Area Systems Integration • Joint ISR • IP based Interoperable VTC Services • Deployable CIS Nodes/ Micro-POPs • Network Operations/ Service Management • Information Assurance/ Cross Domain

  8. Email Web Voice Chat NATO Secret NATO Secret SIPRNet (U.S.) UK OVER TASK CENTRIXS-GCTF (80 COUNTRIES) AMN Current and Future Status NATO Funded ISAF Secret Network FOC + BICES CAN (LCSS) US CENTRIX-ISAF NOR FIS Basis IS ITA (CAESARNet) GER (JCCIS) Afghanistan Mission Network 45 Nations SPN SIMACET Nationally Funded NATO UNCLASSIFIED Releasable to ISAF

  9. AMN NIP Design Solution

  10. NCSA Support to ISAF

  11. NCSA Support to ISAF • Single CIS Service CoordinatorIn-Theatre • Coherent Service Management Framework • Based on new C2 arrangements with SACEUR

  12. NCSA “as a whole” (indivisible mission / organisation) NCSA’s Position NAC Military Committee NATO C3 Board SACEUR Non-Operational direction OPCON(for Operations) SLAs OpPlans/OpOrders CIS support to Static HQ structures CIS support to NATO Operations  Reach back  • NCSA DCIS elements • DCMs • CIS Logistic Depot • Supporting NATO elements • NC3A • NAMSA • Contractors Supporting National CIS elements • Consul-tation • NATO HQ Brussels • C2 for NFS • Nations’ customers • C2 for NCS • ACT • +Sub-structure • C2 for NCS • ACO • +Sub-structure

  13. AMN Service Management Framework • Established in full compliance with ITIL V3 and ISO 20000-2 • NETOPS implemented with due regard to the principles of federation (Unity of Effort) • 3 essential processes implemented at IOC: • Change Management • Incident Management • Configuration and Asset Management

  14. AMN Federated Service Management (NETOPS)

  15. NCSA: NATO’s Driving Force for Efficient CIS Services Questions? NATO CIS Services Agency 15