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Centre
Defence
Enterprise
for

Andy Nicholson
Head of CDE
Session scope
CDE opportunities
Enduring competition briefings
Effective proposals
Military capability
Advantage
Persistent
The aim of CDE
Prove the value of innovative,
high-risk, high-potential-benefit
research to enable development
of cost-eff...
The aim of CDE
Technology
Best providers
Barriers
Rapid technological change
Defence
Other markets
Utilisation
Opportunities
Awareness
Network
Funding
Managing innovation
Innovation

Future capability

Proof of
concept

Development

CDE

MOD + industry
CDE operating principles
Key
Applied
Consistent
Engaging innovators
SMEs
Academia
Wider industry
Funded opportunities
Fair
Equitable
Accessible
Sustained incentive
Guarantee
Support
Feedback
Minimise participation costs
Bidding
Contracting
Investment
Compliance
Fair
Transparent
Auditable
Intellectual property
Defcon705
Benevolent
Rights of use
Two routes to funding
Enduring
Themed
Enduring competition
Perpetual
Radical
£3M per year
Enduring competition
Challenges
Enduring
9+1 framework
Framework
Human performance
Lethality
Protection
Mobility
Lower cost of ownership
Framework
Situational awareness
Communication
Data
Power
New capabilities
Enduring challenge
Today:
Cyber programme
Combat Air programme
Themed competition
Requirements
Bounded
Specific
Themed competition today
Novel EOIR

£ 600,000
CDE

How has CDE performed?
CDE index

4954
Proposals received in 5½ years
CDE index

800
Proposals funded in 5½ years
CDE index

£44M
Invested in innovation over 5½ years
CDE index

17%
Of proposals funded
CDE index

45%
Proposals funded with SMEs
What next for CDE?
Opportunities
Social capital
Funding
Innovation Network events
Modular
Opportunity
Value
Innovation Network events
25 March 2014
Featuring

‘future sonar’
and

‘innate response targets for therapy’
The proposal

The essentials
Online bid submission
CDE Portal
Only route
Low overhead
A successful proposal
Clear
Concise
Evidence based
Description
First thing
Imagination
Assessors
Unclassified
Mandatory
Including work
No exceptions
Assessment

60
Minutes

Each assessor
Per proposal
As presented
Not an exam
Structure
Information
Choice
Commercial tab
Vital
Acceptance
Assessors
Government-Furnished X
Unique
Vital
Proportionate
Health and safety
Safe work
Risks
Management
Ethics
Testing
Clearance
Partition
In it to win it
Deadline
Plan
Submit early
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  1. 1. Centre Defence Enterprise for Andy Nicholson Head of CDE
  2. 2. Session scope CDE opportunities Enduring competition briefings Effective proposals
  3. 3. Military capability Advantage Persistent
  4. 4. The aim of CDE Prove the value of innovative, high-risk, high-potential-benefit research to enable development of cost-effective military capability advantage Defence White Paper – National Security Through Technology Feb 2012
  5. 5. The aim of CDE Technology Best providers Barriers
  6. 6. Rapid technological change Defence Other markets Utilisation
  7. 7. Opportunities Awareness Network Funding
  8. 8. Managing innovation Innovation Future capability Proof of concept Development CDE MOD + industry
  9. 9. CDE operating principles Key Applied Consistent
  10. 10. Engaging innovators SMEs Academia Wider industry
  11. 11. Funded opportunities Fair Equitable Accessible
  12. 12. Sustained incentive Guarantee Support Feedback
  13. 13. Minimise participation costs Bidding Contracting Investment
  14. 14. Compliance Fair Transparent Auditable
  15. 15. Intellectual property Defcon705 Benevolent Rights of use
  16. 16. Two routes to funding Enduring Themed
  17. 17. Enduring competition Perpetual Radical £3M per year
  18. 18. Enduring competition Challenges Enduring 9+1 framework
  19. 19. Framework Human performance Lethality Protection Mobility Lower cost of ownership
  20. 20. Framework Situational awareness Communication Data Power New capabilities
  21. 21. Enduring challenge Today: Cyber programme Combat Air programme
  22. 22. Themed competition Requirements Bounded Specific
  23. 23. Themed competition today Novel EOIR £ 600,000
  24. 24. CDE How has CDE performed?
  25. 25. CDE index 4954 Proposals received in 5½ years
  26. 26. CDE index 800 Proposals funded in 5½ years
  27. 27. CDE index £44M Invested in innovation over 5½ years
  28. 28. CDE index 17% Of proposals funded
  29. 29. CDE index 45% Proposals funded with SMEs
  30. 30. What next for CDE? Opportunities Social capital Funding
  31. 31. Innovation Network events Modular Opportunity Value
  32. 32. Innovation Network events 25 March 2014 Featuring ‘future sonar’ and ‘innate response targets for therapy’
  33. 33. The proposal The essentials
  34. 34. Online bid submission CDE Portal Only route Low overhead
  35. 35. A successful proposal Clear Concise Evidence based
  36. 36. Description First thing Imagination Assessors
  37. 37. Unclassified Mandatory Including work No exceptions
  38. 38. Assessment 60 Minutes Each assessor Per proposal As presented
  39. 39. Not an exam Structure Information Choice
  40. 40. Commercial tab Vital Acceptance Assessors
  41. 41. Government-Furnished X Unique Vital Proportionate
  42. 42. Health and safety Safe work Risks Management
  43. 43. Ethics Testing Clearance Partition
  44. 44. In it to win it Deadline Plan Submit early
  45. 45. Centre Defence Enterprise for
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