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Future Combat Systems (FCS) Program Dennis Muilenburg FCS Vice President – Program Manager Boeing October 31, 2003. 1. Goals for Today. Introduce suppliers to the FCS program Share Contracting approach and Structure Share current and future procurement and technology requirements

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Future Combat Systems (FCS) Program

Dennis Muilenburg

FCS

Vice President – Program Manager

Boeing

October 31, 2003

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goals for today
Goals for Today
  • Introduce suppliers to the FCS program
  • Share Contracting approach and Structure
  • Share current and future procurement and technology requirements
  • Explain how you can get involved
  • Begin dialog between key suppliers the LSI and our key partners
  • Answer any questions
planned lead locations

LSI Team Lead Locations

Planned Lead Locations

ACE

Boeing-Seattle

Ft Lewis

Logistics

Requirements &

Readiness Systems

SBCCOM

Quality

TACOM

ARDEC

CECOM

Ops, LRIP

Planning

Boeing-Philadelphia

SSEI

Spiral Dev.

& Tech.

Planning

ARL

DARPA

PMO

FD

Supplier

Mgmt

LSI-WDC

MGV’s

TRADOC

CASCOM

TEA

Ft Knox

Boeing-St. Louis

Boeing-Hampton

Boeing-Huntington Beach

UAV’s

Comp.

Prg’s

UGV’s

AMRDEC

IS&T

C4ISR

Boeing-Mesa

SAIC-Huntsville

Ft Benning

Lethality

TRAC-WSMR

Soldier

Sys

STRICOM

Boeing Houston

SAIC

Training

Boeing/SAIC sites

Government

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FCS IPTs by % Work Share

Systems Engineering, ACE

Unmanned Systems

Training

Integrated Simulation & Test

Supportability

Program, Business, and

Supplier Management

C4ISR

MGV

* Software distributed throughout IPTs

magnitude of the task
Magnitude of the Task
  • Significant Government Investment
  • Impacts Every Unit and Soldier in the Army
  • Shapes Government / Commercial Industrial and Sustainment Base
  • Schedule Constrained and Technology Driven

Requires Innovation and Leadership

First True System-of-Systems Development,

Production and Fielding

fcs user requirements
FCS User Requirements

Future Force

  • Joint, Interagency andMulti-National Capabilities
  • Increased Strategic Responsiveness
  • Dominant across Full Spectrum Operations
  • Campaign Quality Force
  • Enabled by Knowledge
  • Adaptive Modular Organizations
  • 3-7 Days Self-sustainment
  • FCS: Family of Systems/Systems of Systems
  • Soldiers and Leaders Enabled by Technology

Leader

Leader

Doctrine

Doctrine

Training

Training

People

People

Facilities

Facilities

Development

Development

Train, Alert, Deploy and Sustain

Joint, Interagency & Multi-National

Future Force “Space to Mud”

HomeStation

Factory

JTF

UE

UE

UA

UA

FCS

FCS

Organizations

Materiel

Future Force “Factory to Foxhole”

lsi responsibility in the system of systems

New

Thru LSI

ORD

Family of Systems (FoS)

Common Requirements

Influence

Annex I

Classified

Annex A

Battle

Command

(C4ISR)

Annex B

Leader

Development

Annex C

Soldier

Annex D

Manned

Systems

Annex E

Unmanned

Systems

Annex F

Sustainment

Annex G

Systems

Interface

Annex H

Joint

Interoperability

LSI Role: System of Systems Integration

Army

Aviation &

A2C2S

MMR &

HIMARS

Engineer

Vehicles

CBRNRS

FTTS &

UAH

ACS &

Prophet

JTRS, WIN-T

& DCGS-A

CA/PSYOP

& Vehicle

Land Warrior

Block III

(OFW)

TSV &

ASV

UGV

Unattended

Sensors

Unattended

Munitions

UAV

Fire Team/

Squad

Maneuver

Sustainment

Systems

Combat

Systems

ICV

NLOS

Cannon

RSV

MV

UAV

Class1

UAV

Class 2

MULE

NLOS -LS

UGS

LOS/BLOS

(MCS)

UAV

Class 3

FRMV

UAV

Class 4

C2V

NLOS

Mortar

ARV

SUGV

IMS

LSI Responsibility in the System-of-Systems
fcs network centric architecture

HQ

HQ

FCS Network Centric Architecture

Information Management

Warfighter Interface

Situation Awareness

Joint Common

Database

DistributedDatabase

Information

Layer

FSB

COP

Mission Planning and Preparation

Situation Understanding

Battle Management and Execution

Sensor Fusion

Target Recognition

Integrated Sustainment

Embedded Training

Synchronization

FIOP

Interoperability

Common Services

Standards-Based

Open Software

Architecture

Information Management

Computing and Networking

EPLRS Link 4A

SINCGARS Link 11

VHF Link 16

SOSCOE

HHQ

XX

Battle

Command

UE/HQ

FSB

HierarchicalAd-Hoc Network

WIN-T

WNW

WNW

JTRS

Data

Images

Voice

Video

Network-Enabled Warfighting – Unit of Action

Platform Systems

fcs combat systems

 Manned Systems

ICV

C2V

 Unmanned Aerial System

Unattended

Ground

Sensors

Unattended

Munitions

- NLOS LS

- Intelligent Munitions

NETWORK

Class II

Class I

Class IV

Class III

 Unmanned Ground Vehicles

Small Manpackable UGV

Mounted Combat System

Recon & Surveillance

Armed

Robotic Vehicle

ARV R

ARV A

Mule

ARV-L

NLOS Cannon

NLOS mortar

FCS Maintenance

and Recovery Vehicle

Medical Treatment, Evacuation

FCS Combat Systems
defining program relationships complementary programs
Defining Program Relationships: Complementary Programs

UA Battlespace

FCS Core: Defined as the 19 Systems specifically called out in the FCS ORD, to include current programs that will be integrated directly into the 19 Systems. FCS is responsible for the integration and procurement of these systems into FCS platforms.

JTA

FIOP*

UA SoS

JCAD

ACS

UA Complementary: Those existing systems essential to get the family of systems to work together but are not part of the FCS Core Systems, or to facilitate operation of an individual core system. They will also have applicability outside the FCS Core Systems. Those systems needed to operate or support a system of systems within the UA but not FCS core systems. Unit set fielding implications.

DCGS-A

LW

Block III

Core

Systems

C130

Future Force Capability

Javelin

Interoperability

RAH-66

UA Complementary

Systems

TSV

C17

UE & Above Complementary

Systems

UE & Above Complementary: Those systems needed to operate or support a system of systems outside the UA.

New/Proposed Systems

Future Increments Technology Base

* Family of Interoperable Operational Pictures

key tenets of the program
Key Tenets of the Program
  • Create Opportunity for Best of Industry to Participate
  • Leverage Government Technology Base to Maximum Extent
  • Associate On-Going Enabling Efforts With LSI-Led Activity
  • Collaborative Environment from Design Through Life Cycle
  • As a Minimum, Commonality at Subsystem/Component Level
  • Design/Plan for Technology Integration and Insertion
  • Maintain and Shape Industrial Base for the Future
  • Retain Competition Throughout Objective Force Acquisition
  • Appropriate Government Involvement in Procurement Processes
  • Maintain and Shape Government Acquisition Community
  • Program Affordability--Balance Performance and Sustainment

Always Remember - FCS is a System of Systems

Not Individual Pieces

competition plan
Competition Plan
  • Competition is a key Tenet of the Program
  • Promotes Competition to the maximum extent
  • Capitalize on Broad Industry Announcement process
    • Identifies and share sources for key technology areas
    • Continued Market Research to identify and incorporate:
      • Small Businesses/Non-Traditional Defense Contractors
      • Technology requirements for technology insertion
  • Involves all Major Partners in Process
  • A key Flow down in all major contracts
  • Strategy encompasses Boeing/LSI Best Practices
    • Best Value approach to source selection
    • Senior Government participation in all phases including final source selection approval
    • Small and Non-traditional Business participation
    • Partner involvement to achieve horizontal integration
contracting approach
Contracting Approach
  • Broad Industry Announcements (BIA’s)
    • Utilize BIA process to identify and include the Best of Industry for FCS
    • Significant industry participation (over 4500 proposals evaluated)
  • Conducted Nine industry briefings with over 1100 participants
  • System Design and Development (SDD) Competition
    • Significant industry participation in Specification, SOW and and RFP development
    • RFPs unrestricted to Industry
    • Over 1600 RFPs released to 309 suppliers for 23 subcontracts
  • Conducted “Best Value” source selection
    • 23 supplier partners selected (21 large and 2 small)
    • Debriefs given to suppliers detailing ratings and rankings
  • FCS policy encourages Small business participation
    • Small businesses are a large part of our “Best of Industry” team
    • Small business plan is aligned to contract goals that are flowed down to our large business partners
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C4ISR

UGV

Logistics

MGV

Training Support

Building the “Best of Industry” Team

UAV

General Dynamics

Bloomington, Minnesota

Integrated Computer System

PKG 26

Raytheon Company

Ft. Wayne, Indiana

Battle Command and

Mission Execution – PKG 18

Dynamic Research Corp

Andover, Massachusetts

Training Support Package – PKG 27

United Defense

ASD & GSD

Bloomington, Minnesota

Santa Clara, California

MGV

ARV – PKG 5

Textron Systems

Wilmington, Massachusetts

Unattended Ground

Sensors – PKG 15

General Dynamics

Land Systems

Sterling Heights, Michigan

MGV

General Dynamics

Robotics Systems

Westminster, Maryland

ANS – PKG 9

Boeing – McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Co.

Mesa, Arizona

Warfigther Machine interface

Situation Understanding

PKG 23

Northrop Grumman

Mission Systems

Carson, California

Network Management –

PKG 17

LDSS – PKG 10

iRobot Corp

Burlington, Massachusetts

SUGV – PKG 8

Honeywell Defense & Electronics Systems

Albuquerque, New Mexico

PSMRS – PKG 11

BAE Systems / CNIR

Wayne,

New Jersey

Ground Comm.– PKG 24

Air Comm.-PKG 25

Lockheed Martin

Missiles

& Fire Control

Grand Prairie, Texas

MULE – PKG 7

Lockheed Martin (Orincon) Defense Corp

San Diego, California

Level 1 Fusion – PKG 16

Northrop Grumman - ESD

Linthicum, Maryland

Air Sensor Integrators- PKG 14

Northrop Grumman

Systems Corporation

San Diego, California

Class !V UAV

PKG 1

Computer Science Corp

Hampton, Virginia

Training Support Package- PKG 27

General Dynamics Decision Systems

Scottsdale, Arizona

Sensor Data Management – PKG 16

Planning and Preparation – PKG 19

Austin Info Systems

Austin, Texas

Situation Understanding

PKG 20

Raytheon Company

Plano, Texas

Ground Sensor Integrators

PKG 12

Northrop Grumman InfoTech

McLean, Virginia

Training Support Package- PKG 27

c4isr
C4ISR
  • C4ISR – Command & Control, Communications and Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
  • C4ISR Partners
    • Ground Sensor Integrator – Raytheon NCS
    • Air Sensor Integrator – Northrop Grumman (Electronic Systems)
    • Ground & Air Vehicle Communications – BAE Systems (CNI / IESI)
    • Integrated Computers - General Dynamics (Advanced Information Systems)
c4isr17
C4ISR
  • C4ISR Partners continued …
    • Unattended Ground Sensors – Textron Systems
    • Sensor Data Management – General Dynamics (Decision Systems)
    • ISR Fusion – Lockheed Martin (ORINCON Defense)
    • Network Management – Northrop Grumman (Mission Systems)
    • Battle Command & Missile Execution – Raytheon (Network Centric Systems)
    • Planning & Preparation Services – General Dynamics (Decision Systems)
    • Situation Understanding – Austin Info Systems
    • Warfighting Machine Interface – McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Co.
manned ground vehicles
Manned Ground Vehicles
  • MGV – Partners
    • United Defense
    • General Dynamics Land Systems
  • Manned Ground Vehicles (8 vehicle variants)
    • Mounted Combat System
    • NLOS- Cannon
    • Reconnaissance & Surveillance
    • Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV)
    • Command and Control Vehicle
    • NLOS- Mortar
    • Maintenance and Recovery Vehicle
    • Medical Treatment and Evacuation Vehicle
unmanned air vehicles

Fire Scout

Unmanned Air Vehicles
  • UAV Partners
    • Class IV Tactical UAV Systems
      • Northrop Grumman Unmanned Systems San Diego, CA
    • Class I UAV System
      • Award deferred, coordinating with DARPA on existing technologies and opportunity to spiral in

Class IV

Class I

unmanned ground vehicles
Unmanned Ground Vehicles
  • UGV Partners
    • Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle – (SUGV)

iRobot – Burlington, MA

    • Multi-Functional Utility/Logistics and Equipment Vehicle (MULE)

Lockheed Martin – Grand Prairie, TX

    • Autonomous Navigation System General Dynamics Robotics Systems

Westminster, MD

    • Armed Robotic Vehicles

United Defense Ground Systems – Santa Clara, CA

logistic procurements
Logistic Procurements
  • Logistics Partners
    • Logistics Deployment Sustainment System (LDSS)

Northrop Grumman – Carson, CA

    • Platform Soldier Mission Readiness System (PS-MRS)

Honeywell – Albuquerque, NM

training procurements

TSP

Training Procurements
  • Training Partners

Computer Science Corp – Hampton, VA

Dynamic Research Corp – Andover, MA

Northrop Grumman – McLean, VA

future requirements
Future Requirements
  • Raytheon - Ground Sensor Integrator areas of interest
    • 2nd Tier
      • Limited to those who previously submitted proposals for ground sensor development PCDs
    • As a 3rd Tier to selected subcontractors
      • Opportunities will exist with 2nd Tier subcontractors.
      • Potential areas of interest:
        • Sensor technologies – components and subassemblies
        • Optics; mechanical and structural elements; electronics
        • Contract manufacturing
  • Northrop Grumman – Aerial Sensor Integrator areas of interest
    • Potential opportunities through the 2nd Tier Aerial

Sensor Developers

    • ASI will provide candidate supplier inquiries to 2nd TierAerial Sensor Developers upon their selection
contact information via website
Contact Information – via website

Supplier Partner Contacts

  • www.raytheon.com
  • Go to:

“Connect With Us”

  • Go to:

“Raytheon Supplier Diversity”

supplier partner contacts
Supplier Partner Contacts
  • Submit ASI-related Interest statement to Northrop Grumman California Microwave Systems:
    • Donna Stevenson, NG CMS Purchasing Manager
    • Address: Northrop Grumman Corporation
        • California Microwave Systems
        • P.O. Box 358
        • 1362 Brass Mill Rd
    • Belcamp, MD 21017- 0358
    • Telephone: 410-272-2228, X3267
    • FAX: (410) 272-8975
    • Email: dmstevenson@northropgrumman.com
future requirements cont d
Future Requirements (cont’d)
  • GDAIS – Integrated Computers areas of interest:
    • Mass storage components
    • Graphics components and cards
    • Processor components
    • Data processing security components
    • Cabling and other computer hardware
  • BAE – Air & Ground Communications
    • Systems engineering, design tradeoffs, analyses, and simulation for comms payload(s) for each platform, given the specified GFE
    • Vehicle type Design Specifications, Drawings, Test Plans & other system documentation
    • Develop/procure brassboards & prototypes of each payload
    • Integrate the comms system HW / SW into an integrated comms payload for each vehicle type
how to do business with
How to do Business with

Supplier Partner Contacts

  • Review the information on our company
  • website:
    • http://www.gd-ais.com, Supply Chain Management
  • Register your company:
    • http://www.gd-ais.com, under Supply Chain Management, “How to Sell to GDAIS”
    • Complete Supplier Capability and Registration Form
    • Email to Systems.Support@gdc4s.com, along with additional materials such as brochures or links to web sites
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Supplier Partner Contacts
  • Point of Contact
    • Jim Nunemaker
    • CNIR Subcontracts Manager and Small Business Liaison Officer
    • Address: BAE SYSTEMS P.O. Box 975 150 Parish Drive Wayne, NJ 07474-0975
    • Telephone: (973) 305-2604
    • Email: james.nunemaker@baesystems.com
    • Website: http://www.cni.na.baesystems.com/
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Future Requirements (cont’d)
  • Vehicle subsystem procurements
    • Although limited in quantity significant sub-system opportunity exists
    • Contractual requirements for open competition (LSI./Govt participation)
  • Other SDD Procurement Opportunities
    • Modeling and Simulation
    • Test and Evaluation
  • Technology Insertion and Spiral Development
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2002

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

FCS Program Way Ahead

FCS Program Way Ahead

  • Transition From CTD Into SDD With Best of Industry Partners
  • Continue Capabilities Enhancement through Spiral Development / Technology Insertion
  • Continue the Cultural Shift Through Evolutionary Acquisition and System-of-Systems Development Process

FCS

CTD

LRIP

SDD

FRP

Technology Insertion

Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited, Unclassified

sensor related challenges
Sensor Related Challenges
  • Mine Detection
  • Lightweight, Low Cost, High Quality UAV Sensors
  • Through the Wall Sensors
  • FOPEN (sensing through foliage)
  • Unattended Ground Sensors
  • Combat ID
platform related challenges
Platform Related Challenges
  • Energy Storage and Distribution
  • Armor
  • Active Protection System (APS)
  • Local Hemispherical Situational Awareness
  • Robotics
  • Unmanned Arial Vehicles (UAVs)
networking c2 related challenges
Networking/C2 Related Challenges
  • Ad Hoc Wireless Network
  • Quality of Service Driven Network
  • High Data Rate Comms
  • Unmanned Relay
  • Network Centric C2
  • Collaborative C2 / Warfighter Machine Interface
lethality related challenges
Lethality Related Challenges
  • BLOS Weapons
  • Networked Fires
  • Joint Interoperability
  • Smart Seekers
  • Precision Munitions
  • Stowed Kills
communicating with industry
Communicating with Industry

FCS Dedicated Website

  • http://www.boeing.com/fcs
  • Timely information on the FCS Program and periodic updates
  • Instructions on how to participate on the FCS team
  • Industry Day Presentations
  • Bid Lists and award recipients
  • Questions and Answers process/mailbox
  • Upcoming Event notifications for LSI, Government and Major Suppliers
  • What’s New
      • Provides links to the most current information
  • Utilization/Links to all major suppliers
  • Open to the general public
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FCS Website

Website address - http://www.boeing.com/fcs

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FCS Website –

Industry Collaboration

how can you participate in fcs
How Can You Participate in FCS
  • Continue to watch FCS website
    • Additional LSI subcontract opportunities
      • Technology Development
      • Modeling & Simulation
    • Links to all major suppliers and subcontract requirements
  • Work with selected partners
    • MGV Partners will be presenting further information today
    • Visit the FCS LSI and Partner booth today
    • Selected companies and contact information: