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  1. CAPT Harry Robinson Commanding Officer Naval Air Warfare CenterTraining Systems Division

  2. Organization ADM Gary Roughead Chief of Naval Operations VADM Robert T. Conway Jr. CNIC VADM David J. Venlet NAVAIRSYSCOM RDML D. DunawayNAWCWD RDML S. Eastburg NAWCAD RADM M. Vitale CNRSE CAPT H. Robinson, CO Mr. W. Augustin, TD CAPT W. Reuter, XO Mr. R. Matthews, DAO NAWCTSD CAPT H. Robinson, CO CAPT W. Reuter, IV, XO FCCM M. Wehmer NSA Orlando Program Management Public Safety Joe Raspanti Facilities PWD Jose Arinaza Contracts Logistics Comptroller Counsel Research & Engineering Corporate Operations Rob Matthews (Acting) UnderseaIsiah Shepherd Aviation Michael Merritt Surface John Freeman FMS Michael Kolb Cross Warfare CAPT David Grimland

  3. What’s new: Preventing War is as important as Winning Wars. Raises importance of cooperative maritime relationships as the basis for global maritime security. Elevates Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Relief to core elements of maritime power. Greater synergy of all elements of national power. All 3 Sea Services were involved. Global Systems view. Maritime Strategy • Core Elements: • Forward Presence • • Deterrence • • Sea Control • • Power Projection • Maritime Security • • Humanitarian Assistance • & Disaster Relief

  4. CNO / NAVAIR Guidance “We are the world's finest Navy. Take pride that we provide for the safety, security, and prosperity of our Nation. We are headed in the right direction, and I am counting on your leadership, intellect, commitment and drive to keep us moving forward. I am honored to lead you, for we are the fortunate few who have the privilege to serve in the United States Navy.” Admiral Gary Roughead • CNO Intentions • Maintain our warfighting readiness • Build the future force • Develop and support our Sailors and Navy civilians NAVAIR Vision Sailors and Marines armed with confidence because we develop, deliver, and sustain aircraft, weapons, and systems, on time and on cost with proven capability and reliability so they succeed in every mission and return safely home. Key Enablers: Technical, Business and Leadership excellence

  5. NAVAIR Priorities & Objectives • Aligned with CNO, SECNAV, ASN (RD&A) • Current Readiness: • Deliver products & lifecycle sustainment support at reduced cost, consistent with fleet demand signals. • Improve reliability levels of targeted components & systems to reduce or eliminate adverse impacts on readiness & cost. • Improve responsiveness to urgent warfighter requests for products services in support of GWOT & national defense tasking. • Future Capability: • Deliver developmental programs on time & within budget. • Maximize return on science S&T investments. • People: • Promote & engender a culture that embraces our diversity. Build leaders at all levels of our organization. • Deploy improved processes so our people can deliver capable & reliable aircraft, weapons, & systems on time & within budget.

  6. NAVAIR Commander’s Guidance2008 Update Emphasis on improving program performance • Future Capabilities: • Ensure developmental programs are on track to meet cost, schedule, performance expectations. • Root cause identification for cost / schedule overruns. • Improve management of sub & supply chain. • Implement fully prime / principal sub Integrated Master Schedules (IMS). • Implement gate reviews and Probability of Program Success (POPs). assessments • Maximize return on S&T investments • Implement new process to develop Naval Aviation Enterprise S&T objectives which address validated capability needs.

  7. Winning Today Successfully Integrate In-Service Support Centers (ISSCs) into the NAWCAD/WD Organization. Implement Fleet-Oriented Operating Model for Accelerated Solutions. Enable Flight and Ground Test Relevance and Capability. Sustain and Enhance National Assets and Centers of Technical Excellence. Securing the Future Enhance Integration & Interoperability among Naval & Joint Systems. Emphasize Development of Network Centric Warfare for Joint & Coalition Warfare. Enhance Future Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) Capabilities. Better Leverage S&T. Provide World Class Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis (MS&A) of Aircraft & Other Systems in the Joint Battlespace. Establish & Leverage Partnerships and Alliances to Meet Customer Needs. Develop a Laboratories , Ranges, and Facilities Investment Strategy. Provide a Full Range of Innovative Products and Services that Generate Complete Training Solutions. Revitalizing the Workforce Enable Technical, Leadership, & Business Excellence. Attract and Retain the Nation’s Best and Brightest Personnel. NAWC Strategic Vision

  8. Mission, Solutions, & Customers NAWCTSDIs the principal Navy center for research, development, test & evaluation, acquisition & product support of training systems. Training Systems Training Content Training Services Intellectual Services NAVY – 86% Force Acquisition Research & Development Unit Non Aviation 16% Naval Aviation 70% Non Navy 14% Individual Sustainment Percentages reflect our FY07 Work Year Close-out

  9. Engineering: Working with industry to develop a standard Work Breakdown Schedule (WBS) for cost estimates, proposals, and evaluations. Pursuing AIRSpeed initiative to improve acceptance testing process. Total Force Readiness-standard work/skills package (PMA-205 pilot program). Logistics: Re-instituting targeted & timely project reviews to provide greater insight into our work efforts. NAWCTSD New Initiatives

  10. Sustainment : Correct data key to funding for spares & sustainment. Considered early & adequately funded. Cost effective migration from "trainer unique equipment" toward COTS/NDI, PC-based simulations. Re-thinking typical COMS (contractor operations and maintenance services) support of fielded systems. Continue to rely on the In-Service Engineering Office (ISEO) as an inherently governmental part of this equation; however, use of COTS/NDI will require a migration of skill sets. NAWCTSD New Initiatives

  11. As trainers use more COTS based hardware & software, industry can help: Keep us up to date on commercial marketplace. Provide input on approaches to keep our training systems current. Provide ideas for how best to support COTS products. Help determine the impact of transitioning from one COTS product to another. Industry Support

  12. Ms. Argentina Thompson Deputy for Small Business Office of Small Business Programs

  13. NAVAIROffice of Small Business Organization NAWC AD/CP & JAX DEPOTS Small Business Deputy, LAKEHURST Dawn Chartier Small Business Deputy, PAX RIVER Ken Carkhuff  NAVAIR HEADQUARTERS Associate Director Emily Harman Small Business Deputy HQ Jill Moore     NAWC WD CHINA LAKE / PT MUGU / NATEC SD/NI DEPOT Small Business Deputy Pamela Lochhead NAWCTSD Small Business Deputy Argentina Thompson 

  14. Office of Small Business Programs Topics • FY07 NAVAIR Distribution of Prime Small Business Dollars • Navy’s FY08 Initiatives • NAWCTSD FY08 Small Business Targets • Web Sites • Conferences • NAWCTSD Small Business Innovative ResearchOpportunities

  15. FY07 NAVAIR Distribution of Prime Small Business Dollars* Total FY07 Obligations US Firms $20,319,331,299 Total FY07 Obligations Small Business Firms $1,516,421,085 $B OTHER US FIRMS SB * Data Not Final

  16. Navy’s FY08 Initiatives Initiative 1: Develop an overall resource plan to ensure a more effective Navy Small Business Program. Initiative 2: Develop a plan to increase visibility and accountability of the Navy Small Business Program to the acquisition community. Initiative 3: Improve forecasting for future requirements to enhance business opportunities in support of the Department of the Navy (DoN) to build a Navy/Marine Corps Force for tomorrow. Initiative 4: Increase Command support of the Navy Small Business Program.

  17. FY08 Small Business Targets TARGETDOLLARS Small Business (SB) 40% $295M SB Subcategories Small Disadvantaged Business 6.5% $ 48M Historically Underutilized Business Zone 0.50% $3.7M Women-Owned SB 7.0% $52M Service-Disable Veteran-Owned SB 0.37% $2.7M Historically Black Colleges 10.0% $2.6M* & Minority Institutions * Projected Obligations To Higher Education Institutions $26M TOTAL PROJECTED FY08 OBLIGATIONS $738M

  18. DoD OSBP: http:www.acq.osd.mil/osbp DoN OSBP:http:www.donhq.navy.mil/osbp NAVAIR OSBP:http:www.navair.navy.mil/osbp NAWCTSD: http:nawctsd.navair.navy.mil Navy SBIR: http://www.navysbir.com/ Web Sites Ms. Argentina Thompson Deputy for Small Business Phone: (407) 380-8253 Fax: (407) 380-4487 Email: argentina.thompson@navy.mil

  19. The 4th National Veterans Small Business Conference 7-11 July Las Vegas, NV http://216.200.89.135/conference/veteran04/index.asp Navy Gold Coast Conference 14-15 August San Diego, CA www.2008goldcoast.ndia-sd.org Conferences

  20. Dr. Tom Franz SBIR Program Manager Office of Small Business Innovative Research

  21. Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Opportunities • 3 SBIR solicitations per year: • Phase I (1st year) - Scope problem & detail innovative solution. • Phase II (2nd-3rd years) - Develop prototype, test & evaluate. • Phase III (thereafter) – Provide/maintain product to Government Sole source. • SBIR FY-2008.3 topics announced in July/August 2008. • Web Site: http://www.navysbir.com/ Acquisition Strategy Funding Small Business compete for R&D. If R&D is successful, Government can acquire directly from Small Business. Year 1 R&D $ 150K Year 2-3 R&D $ 750K (total) Year 4+ Acq $ No Limit / Sole Source Point of Contact 08.3 Solicitation Milestones Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil RFP 25 Aug 08 Contract Award 1 Feb 09

  22. Knowledge Optimized Displays of Information in Human Computer Interaction VSTOL Perceptual Skills Training Preventing Simulator Sickness of Onboard Flight Simulators Cross-Cockpit Collimated Displays for Flight Simulation High Dynamic Range Sensor Simulation Mixed Gas Hypoxia Training in Low Pressure Chambers Prior 2008 NAWCTSD SBIR Topics

  23. Mr. Michael Merritt Program Director Aviation Programs

  24. Aviation Organization CAPT H. Robinson, CO Mr. Walt Augustin, TD CAPT W. Reuter, XO Mr. Rob Matthews, DAO Program Management Counsel Comptroller Contracts Research & Engineering Logistics Corporate Operations Rob Matthews (Acting) Director Mike Merritt * Deputy CAPT (SEL) Jeff Andrews Deputy Tom Neubarth General Aviation Strike Marine Maritime * Program Director Aviation (PDA) PMA-205D DPM(TS)

  25. Training Systems, PMA205 Program Manager CAPT D. Long Principal Deputy PM CO, NAWCTSD Sunny Even CAPT H. Robinson Net-Ready Training & Training Ranges TSD Director, Aviation Programs General Training Maritime/UAS Strike/Weapons USMC Mike Merritt (PMA205TD) (PMA205GT) (PMA205LVC) (PMA205MU) (PMA205ST) (PMA205MC)

  26. Future Opportunities Aviation Programs Topics • Acquisition Environment • Life Cycle Support • Individual Training • Maritime Common Systems • Net-Ready Training/Training Ranges • Strike/Weapons/USMC

  27. Improving Program Execution Acquisition Planning Cost and Schedule Estimates Lower Risk Strategies Manage Expectations Improve communications Increasing Requirements In-service Programs Extending Modernization Programs Continue Increased Emphasis on Training Increasing Budget Pressures Acquisition Environment

  28. Life-Cycle Support Description: Includes Contractor Operation and Maintenance of Simulators, Command Aircraft Crew Training, Instructional Systems Development, Contractor Instructional Services, and In-Service Engineering Office training services. Funding Acquisition Strategy ~ $90M Competition Type: Multiple Awards Full and Open / FTSS II Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil RFPs FY09-10 Contract Awards FY09-10

  29. General Training Description: Includes Safety and Survivability trainers, Firefighting, and General Aviation trainers. Funding Acquisition Strategy ~ $30.7M Competition Type: Multiple Awards Full and Open / TSCII Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil RFPs FY09-10 Contract Awards FY09-10

  30. Net-Ready Training/Training Ranges Description: Includes Net-Ready Training and Naval Aviation Simulation Master Plan. Funding Acquisition Strategy ~ $20M Competition Type: Multiple Awards Full and Open / TSCII Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Awards FY09-10 RFPs FY09-10

  31. Maritime / UAS Systems Description: Includes training devices, upgrades and modifications in support of the following platforms: P-8A, P-3, EP-3, H-60, and UAS. Funding Acquisition Strategy Competition Type: Multiple Awards Full and Open / TSCII ~ $80M Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Awards FY09-10 RFPs FY09-10

  32. Strike / Weapons Description: Includes training devices, upgrades and modifications in support of the following platforms: F18, EA-6B, E-2/C-2, CNTRA, Weapons, E-6B, and F-35. Funding Acquisition Strategy Competition Type: Multiple Awards Full and Open / TSCII ~ $100M Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award FY09-10 RFP FY09-10

  33. USMC Description: Includes training devices, upgrades and modifications insupport of the following platforms: C-130, V-22, H-1, AV-8B, CH/MH-53, VH-60, VH-71, and CH-46. Funding Acquisition Strategy ~ $60M Competition Type: Multiple Awards Full and Open / TSCII Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil RFPs FY09-10 Contract Awards FY09-10

  34. CAPT David Grimland Program Director Cross Warfare Programs

  35. Cross Warfare Organization CAPT H. Robinson, CO Mr. Walt Augustin, TD CAPT W. Reuter , XO Mr. Rob Matthews, DAO Program Management Counsel Comptroller Contracts Research & Engineering Logistics Corporate Operations Rob Matthews (Acting) Director CAPT David Grimland Deputy Director Mr. Steve Minning Navy Cross Warfare Training Non-Platform Individual Training Non-DoD Training Joint Service Training NROTC

  36. Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection (ATFP) FY08 Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection (ATFP) FY09 Home Port Training (HPT) FY08 Home Port Training (HPT) FY09 Home Port Training (HPT) FY10 Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) FY09 Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) FY10 Future Opportunities Cross Warfare Programs Topics

  37. Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (ATFP) Courses: FY08 Projected Opportunities • Description: 3 contract actions totaling approximately $190M. • East Region: Groton, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Mayport, Camp Lejeune. • West Region: Ingleside, Lackland, San Diego, Pacific Northwest. • Pacific Region: Pearl Harbor, Yokosuka. Acquisition Strategy Funding Competition Type: East Full and Open West Full and Open Pacific Small Business Set-Aside ~ $190M Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award Oct 08 (P&W) Contract Award Dec 08 (E) RFP FY08

  38. Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (ATFP) Courses: FY09 Projected Opportunities • Description: 2 contract actions totaling approximately $67.3M. • Parachute-Static Line and Freefall, San Diego $22.3M. • Training Instructor and Management Support, $45M. • Multiple sites Acquisition Strategy Funding Competition Type: San Diego Small Business Set-Aside Multiple Sites 8(a) ~ $67.3M Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award FY09 RFP FY09

  39. Home Port Training (HPT) FY08 Projected Opportunities • Description: Supply and Engineering Courses. • Instructional services required for Supply type and Engineering type courses for Norfolk Fleet Concentration Area (FCA). Acquisition Strategy Funding Competition Type: Small Business Set-Aside ~ $13M Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award FY08 RFP FY08

  40. Home Port Training (HPT) FY09 Projected Opportunities • Description: Supply Courses. • Supply Type Courses, Everett $0.9M • Food Supply Administration and $0.8M • Galley Watch Captain Courses, Pearl Harbor • Shipboard Barber Course, Pearl Harbor $0.2M • Culinary Course, Mayport $0.4M Acquisition Strategy Funding ~ $2.3M Competition Type: Small Business Set-Aside Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award FY09 RFP FY09

  41. Home Port Training (HPT) FY10 Projected Opportunities • Description: Center for Surface Combat Systems and Center for Naval Engineering Courses. • Fiber Optic Courses, World Wide $2.5M • Fire Fighting / Damage Control Courses, Everett $2.5M Acquisition Strategy Funding Competition Type: East Full and Open West Full and Open Pacific Small Business Set-Aside ~ $5M Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award FY10 RFP FY10

  42. NROTC Classrooms FY09 Projected Opportunities • Description: Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC), Multiple Sites (Universities and Colleges). • Design, procure and install/integrate Maritime Skills Simulator (SubSkillsNet) classrooms. • 6 University installations (various sites). Acquisition Strategy Funding Competition Type: Small Business Set-Aside Multiple Sites 8(a) • ~ $500K Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Additional awards at 3 month intervals RFP FY09

  43. NROTC Classrooms FY10 Projected Opportunities • Description: Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC), Multiple Sites (Universities and Colleges). • Design, procure and install/integrate Martime Skills Simulator (SubSkillsNet) classrooms. • 6 Universities installations (various sites). Acquisition Strategy Funding Competition Type: Small Business Set-Aside Multiple Sites 8(a) • ~ $800K to $1M Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Additional awards at 3 month intervals RFP FY10 Note: Acquisition Strategy – Researching SRDV in lieu of 8(a).

  44. Mr. John Freeman Program Director Surface & Expeditionary Warfare Programs

  45. Surface & Expeditionary WarfareOrganization CAPT H. Robinson, CO Mr. Walt Augustin, TD CAPT W. Reuter , XO Mr. Rob Matthews, DAO Program Management Contracts Research & Engineering Logistics Corporate Operations Counsel Comptroller Rob Matthews (Acting) Director John L. Freeman Deputy Director CDR Dillard Fambro Deputy Director Daniel K. Patton Surface Warfare Officer School Center for Naval Engineering Center for Surface Combat Systems USCG Project Office Expeditionary Warfare Training Groups

  46. Fire Fighting/Damage Control Navigation, Seamanship And Shiphandling Naval/Expeditionary Surface Fire Support Surface Warfare Officers School Initiatives Landing Craft Air Cushion PC-Based Reconfigurable Simulations Cargo Off Load Discharge System Contractor Operations & Maintenance Services Hull, Mechanical And Electrical Future Opportunities Surface & Expeditionary Warfare Programs Topics

  47. Fire Fighting/Damage Control Description: New Development of a Damage Control “Get Wet” Trainer for Pearl Harbor. Funding Acquisition Strategy ~ $2.1M Competition Type: Small Business Set-Aside Point of Contact Milestones Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil RFP Apr 08 Contract Award Aug 08

  48. Navigation, Seamanship & Shiphandling Description: Various modifications and upgrades to the Conning Officer Virtual Environment (COVE) trainers at the Surface Warfare Officers School Command (SWOS), Newport, RI. Funding Acquisition Strategy ~ $4M Competition Type: FTSS II and Full & Open Funding dollars may be redirected Point of Contact Milestones Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award 4Q FY08 RFP Jun 08

  49. Navigation, Seamanship & Shiphandling Description: Shiphandling trainer for the Improved Navy Lighterage System (INLS) Program. Installation at Naval Amphibious Base (NAB) Coronado, San Diego, CA. Funding Acquisition Strategy ~ $2M Competition Type: Full & Open Funding dollars may be redirected Milestones Point of Contact Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award 3Q FY09 RFP 2Q FY09

  50. Navigation, Seamanship & Shiphandling Description: Various modifications and upgrades to the USCG Small Boat Operator Trainer at USCG Training Center, Yorktown, VA & USCG Special Missions Training Center, Camp Lejeune, NC. Acquisition Strategy Funding ~ $2M Competition Type: FTSS II and Full & Open Funding dollars may be redirected Point of Contact Milestones Name: Business Support Team Phone: 407-380-4169 ORLOBusinessSupportTeam@navy.mil Contract Award 1Q FY09 RFP Jul 08