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  1. 18 February 2009 Briefing to Tidewater Association of Service Contractors & Tidewater Chapter Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association CAPT Bruce Urbon, USN Commanding Officer

  2. The “Stand-Up” of SSC Atlantic Washington Area -- HQ – WLO Alignment GWOT – HLS, Federal, & other Agency Support Unique Messaging Support SCN Platform Acq Management Tidewater Area -- HQ – Vice CDR Alignment (NAB, LC) Fleet OPS & Support ISEA & Logistics Policy Installation & Delivery USFFC / NNWC / JFCOM Support Software development Charleston Area Principal East Coast Naval & Joint Acquisition & Engineering Center Principal C4ISR Pillar Leadership Production & Platform Integration SSC Atlantic Business Operations New Orleans Area Integrated Enterprise Solutions Navy Enterprise National Support Enterprise Hosting Software development Shared Services & COOP Capabilities Europe ·Tampa · Pensacola CAPT James Cox SSC San Diego Norfolk, VA East Coast Consolidation Overview Charleston Norfolk New Orleans Commanding Officers CAPT Bruce Urbon CAPT Mark Krause Pre-BRAC Team SPAWAR COMSPAWAR & Vice Commander Pre-BRAC SPAWAR East Coast Echelon III Commands SSC Norfolk SSC Charleston Stand-Up ofSSC “Atlantic”1OCT08 Charleston, SC Washington, DC Portsmouth, VA Norfolk, VA Norfolk, VA Little Creek, VA Yorktown, VA SSC NOLA Jacksonville, FL Pensacola FL New Orleans, LA

  3. Newly-Formed “Team Atlantic” Commissioning of SPAWAR Atlantic October 01, 2008 Germany Afghanistan New Orleans Washington Charleston Iraq Tidewater Tampa Bahrain Strategically Located 3,100 Civil Service 107 Military 9,000 Industry Partners Strengthened Mission Support, Business Systems & Enterprise Information Systems Antarctica

  4. SSC Charleston Core Competencies • Network Systems & Support • Physical & Computer Security • Command & Control • Information Assurance • Information Technologies • Sensor Systems • Communications • Image Processing • Visual Information Systems • Wireless Technologies • Cryptologic & Intelligence • Command Center Services • Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection • Expeditionary C4I Systems • Modeling & Simulation • Navigation Systems • Meteorology • ATC Engineering/ Technical Services We support hundreds of Naval & Joint Warfighter programs.

  5. SSC Norfolk Core Competencies • Software Engineering • Requirements • Feasibility Studies / Proof of Concept • Architecture, Design • Integration (COTS, GOTS) • System Construction • Verification, Validation • Acceptance, Certification • Support • Help Desk • Warranties • Phone • Distance • On-Site • Implementation • Pre-installation Preparation • Database Conversion / Construct • System Installation • Training We support more than 2,400 customer organizations and 500,000 application users.

  6. SSC New Orleans Core Competencies • Software engineering • Systems migration • Systems integration • Systems maintenance • Enterprise net-centric data services • Navy application hosting data center • Software application development • Help Desk/Customer Support Center • Shared Services environment • Data Operations Center monitoring • Security accreditation We provide information management & info technology products, services, and solutions

  7. SSC San Diego (Tidewater) Business Areas Submarine Command and Control & Undersea Communications Communications Architecture Satellite Communications Networks InformationAssurance

  8. Competency Aligned View SSC Atlantic 0E CHENG CDR S. Heller (A) 09 Executive Officer CDR C.Schug SSC Atlantic CAPT B. Urbon Commanding Officer (00) P. Charles Technical Director (01) 00-X Chief Staff Officer CAPT M. Krause 01N Dep TD NOLA J. Goff 81 Total Force Mgt G. Scott 86 Inspector General G. Algozzini 01B Strategic Tech Ops D. Monahan 01T Dep TD Tidewater P. Fuller 10 Finance F. Hicks 20 Contracts W. Paggi 30 Office of Counsel G. Silverman 40 Log & Fleet Support CDR E. Legear 50 Engineering P. Charles 60 Prog & Proj Management P. “Van” 70 Science & Technology A. Emondi 80 Corporate Operations K. Slaughter 50A C2 Net-Centric & Platform Integration K. McGee (5.3 LL) 50B Business Enterprise Information Systems J. Watson (5.4 NL) 50C C4ISR T&E COMMS Networks & Space C. Adams (5.5 LL) 50D ISR / IO & IA Cyber Security M. Kutch (5.8 NL) 4X Fleet Operations TBD (O-6) 2253 Contracts 12A CFO 12B CFO 2254 Contracts 12C CFO 2255 Contracts 12D CFO 2258 Contracts 12X CFO 22X Contracts 52 Net Centric Engr & Integ 53 Command & Control 51 Entr Sys Engineering 54 Business IT EIS 55 Comms Networks 57 Space Systems 56 ISR / IO 58 Information Assurance 40 Log & Fleet Support 60 Prog & Proj Management

  9. Demand Signal TOA FY 08 $4.37Billion Providing quality full-service systems engineering and acquisition to rapidly deploy capabilities. • Navy • USMC • Army • Air Force • Dept of Defense • U.S. Combatant Commands • Dept of State • Dept of Veterans Affairs • Dept of Justice • Dept of Treasury • Dept of Homeland Security • Federal Aviation Admin • National Science Foundation 2% National 40% Joint 58% Naval • 82% • Partnership • with private industry Naval Joint National

  10. 2008 Milestones • Automation Program provides worldwide installation &maintenance support for all DoD fuel facilities over 500 sites Over 14,500 MRAPs Integrated 1614 Ship Installs 653 Shore Installs We are the Principal C4ISR *ISEA for the Navy C4ISR integrator for MRAP VehiclesThe nations‘ highest priority acquisition program *In-Service Engineering Agent • Internet Café’s Enabling U.S. Forces to stay connected to loved ones. • Requirements to initial capabilities in 3 months Over 800 cafés in Afghanistan & Iraq

  11. Looking Ahead in 2009 • Chapter 33 GI Bill • M-ATV (MRAP- All Terrain Vehicle) • Veterans Affairs • Chapter 33 GI Bill • Navy ERP (Navy Enterprise Resource Planning)

  12. Strategic Advantage: SSC LANT & PAC Naval National C4ISR engineers providing joint integrated solutions. The Critical Path for Naval, Joint, and National Programs Knowledge Superiority and Decisive Effects Joint