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"Increasing Operational Efficiency with Actionable Architectures!

The influx of technological and operational developments in the DoD has created a consistent need for architectural collaboration and integration. Conducting thorough life-cycle analyses of equipment and addressing issues such as compatibility and data-sharing are keys to creating structures that are cost-efficient and fully executable. In effect, a constant meeting of minds is necessary for the development and implementation of the latest and most efficient DoD architectures.

IDGA’s 9th annual DoD Architectures aims to provide a venue for topic experts and decision makers to compare research and incorporate solutions that will decide what will best deliver required system capabilities.

The goal of the conference is to provide DoD CIO’s, managers, and architects with access to current, accurate, and reliable information in order to create and maintain compliant and optimized architectures.
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  • 1. Strategic Architecture Initiatives from Presents the 9th … All Services See page 4 for Details… DoD Architectures Increasing Operational Efficiency with Actionable Architectures TM March 15 - 17, 2010 • Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner , Vienna, VA Don’t miss the best opportunity of the year to: • Determine current policy and mandates for the coming year • Learn practical examples of Enterprise Architecture techniques to solve real problems • Discover best practices in architecture design, testing, and evaluation • Evaluate the latest tools for capabilities based architectures that meet DoDAF 2.0 standards Discover best practices and tools for functional architectures that meet DoDAF 2.0 standards 2010 Scheduled Speakers Include: RADM Janice Hamby, USN Ross Guckert Vice Director for C4 Systems (J6), Assistant Deputy for Acquisition Joint Chiefs of Staff & Systems Integration, Assistant Secretary of the Army (ALT) Dennis Wisnosky Chief Architect and Chief Col David Geuting, USAF Technical Officer, DoD Business Chief, Enterprise Architecting Mission Area Division (SAF/XCPA) Ron Bechtold, SES Ronald Vandiver Acting Director, Architecture, Director, Architecture Integration Operations, Networks & Space, and Management Directorate, CIO/G6 US Army TRADOC Sponsors: Media Partners: www.DoDArchitectures.com
  • 2. Who you will meet: DoD Architectures Increasing Operational Efficiency with Actionable Architectures TM IDGA’s DoD Architectures conferences have consistently presented opportunities to review, discuss and integrate solutions with members of ALL service branches. Specific titles include: • • Architecture Analyst Branch Chief March 15 - 17, 2010 • CIO Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner , Vienna, VA • Deputy CIO • Development Team Lead • Chief Architect Dear Colleague, • Technology Advisor • Deputy Chief Architect The influx of technological and ope rational developments in the DoD • Program Manager consistent need for architectura has created a l collaboration and integration. Engineering Manager thorough life-cycle analyses of equ Conducting • ipment and addressing issues such and data-sharing are keys to crea as compatibility • Communications Manager ting structures that are cost-eff executable. In effect, a constant icient and fully • Network Manager meeting of minds is necessary for and implementation of the latest the development • Enterprise Architect and most efficient DoD architectures . • Information Manager IDGA’s 9th Annual DoD Architec tures will provide a venue for top • Lead Engineer decision makers to compare rese ic experts and arch and incorporate solution • Lead Scientist what will best deliver required syst s that will decide em capabilities. • Software Systems Engineer This conference will provide DoD • Systems Architect CIOs , managers, and architec to current, accurate, and relia ts with access • Principal Architect ble information in order to crea compliant and optimized arch te and maintain • CISA Engineer itectures. • Project Engineer Themes at this year’s conference include: • Manager Enterprise Systems • Focused tran sformation • Quality Assurance Specialist • Budget reduction s • Business Process Specialist • Capabilities inte gration • Network-cent • Senior Architect ric operations • Information war fare • Project Manager • Data semanti Software Engineer cs • • Information tran sformation • Software Developer • Logistics tran sformation • Systems Engineer • Data consisten cy • Systems Analyst • Complex even t processing Take the time now to block off Mar ch 15-17, 2010 in your calendar place among your peers and key and reserve your leaders in the architectures commun yourself and your team today onli ity. Register ne at www.dodarchitectures.com Here’s what past 800-882-8684 or by phone at attendees are saying I look forward to seeing you in March! , about IDGA events: P.S. Don t miss the “Good operational highly anticipated architecture discussion” Thomas Engelman Focu,s Day at this General Dynamics C4S tom.engelman@idga.org DoD Architectures 2010 Program Director year s event! “Good ideas…Forward Thinking” Northrop Grumman About IDGA The Institute for Defense & Government Advancement (IDGA) is a non-partisan “Relevant and Revealing” information based organization dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public service and defense. We bring together speaker panels comprised of military Air Force Research and government professionals while attracting delegates with decision-making power from military, Laboratory government and defense industries. For more information, please visit us at www.idga.org. 2 www.DoDArchitectures.com
  • 3. PRE-CONFERENCE FOCUS DAY PRE-CONFERENCE FOCUS DAY Monday, March 15, 2010 Putting Architectures to Work A series of in-depth and interactive master-classes will examine ways to simplify architectures and make them clearer, so decisions can be made. The sessions will address the crucial issue of how to make architectures work for the practitioner. 7:15 AM - 8:00 AM Registration and Coffee 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Practical Case Study and Lessons Learned Air Force Business Transformation Case Study This presentation will examine an approach to Air Force Business Steve Ring, Principal Information Engineer, Group Leader, E142 Transformation that leverages elements from process improvement Warfighter Analysis and Architecture, MITRE Corporation technologies (6-sigma, Lean, Hammer, and Rational) combined with elements from EA frameworks (e.g. TOGAF, DoDAF, Zachman) to A.K Khandker, MITRE, Associate Engineer structure a well-governed blended methodology. We piloted this Mike Lower, MITRE, Associate Engineer blended methodology on various Air Force enterprise-wide problems and will discuss our case studies to inform lessons learned and preferred recommendations and approaches. 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Implications of the FSAM for the DoD FSAM Overview This workshop will discuss the Federal Segment Architecture How you will benefit: Methodology and the implications for the DoD. • Ensure agency segment architectures are generating results • Identify opportunities for reuse and cross-agency collaboration What will be covered: • Provide a format for architects to engage with business owners • OMB’s EA Segment Reporting Requirements (EASR): Overview • Provide updated, standardized segment information to OMB • Federal Architecture Segment Methodology (FSAM): Overview • OMB Segment Definitions Dr. W. Stan Boddie, CISSP, PMP, Professor of Systems Management, Information Resources Management College, U.S. National Defense University 12:00 PM-12:30 PM Lunch will be Served 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Hands on Construction and Analysis Creating Useful and Readily Analyzed Architectures This workshop will focus on conceiving, organizing, and documenting How you will benefit: architectures so that they can be useful and more readily analyzed. • Learn sensible, practical ways to think about your enterprise and how The workshop will also provide specific analysis techniques that have it can be improved, and to communicate your thoughts to others been successfully applied to architectures within DoD and elsewhere. Kathie Sowell, President, Custom Enterprise Solutions, LLC; What will be covered: Founder and principal instructor of SowellEAC • Practical application of Enterprise Architecture techniques to solving Ms. Sowell is also the principal author of the C4ISR Architecture real problems Framework (predecessor to DoDAF) and a former Director of • Example architectures the FEAC Institute • Specific analysis techniques Don Zugby, Instructor, Black Belt Enterprise Architecture Analysis Course, National-Louis University/SowellEAC 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM Closing the Gap on SOA Service Oriented Acquisition - Architecting Better Speed to Better Capability Architecture should follow proven success cases rather than unproven • Demonstration of the JITC/GIGlite Open SOA Test Framework in concepts. The defense community has plenty of concepts, but context with all the above precious few success cases when it comes to fielding large, distributed, net-centric systems of systems. This workshop presents a How you will benefit: FAR-compliant value-based acquisition framework, including • Engineering and architectural tools for managing program risk in architectural abstractions that can help close that gap. context with the complex options and trade offs associated with large, distributed, software-intensive, systems of systems. What will be covered: • Objective RoI models appropriate for government, and particularly • Explanation of the Value-based Acquisition Framework (VAF). VAF is defense, applications of Service Oriented Architectures. an approach that adapts defense acquisition artifacts such as Key • Methods and tools for testing and certifying components of a Performance Parameters, Analysis of Alternatives, Certification and "Netcentric System under Test". Accreditation, DoDAF, etc. to support industrial best practice with respect to rapid, evolutionary, computer network development. CAPT Chris Gunderson, USN (Ret), Research Associate Professor • Discussion of how to apply VAF to mitigate risk and achieve optimal of Information Science, Naval Postgraduate School, PI W2COG return on investment across capability life cycles. and NetCert projects 3 www.DoDArchitectures.com
  • 4. MAIN SUMMIT MAIN SUMMIT DAY ONE Tuesday March 16, 2010 DAY TWO Wednesday, March 17, 2010 7:00 Coffee and Registration 7:30 Coffee and Registration 8:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks 8:15 Chairperson’s Remarks 8:30 Using Architectures to Achieve Network Centricity 8:30 Architectures in Support of DoD Business Operations Keynote RADM Janice Hamby, USN, Vice Director for C4 Systems (J6), •Enterprise Architecture for improved interoperability and communication Keynote Joint Chiefs of Staff •Creating realistic design standard for modelers, architects, and tool vendors 9:15 Army Architecture Initiatives Dennis Wisnosky, Chief Architect and Chief Technical Officer, DoD Army Perspective • Global Network Enterprise Construct Strategy Business Mission Area • Methodology for Enterprise Transformation • US Army CIO initiatives 9:15 Air Force Enterprise Architecture Strategy Ron Bechtold, SES, Acting Director, Architecture, Operations, • Air Force approach to Enterprise Architecting Networks & Space, CIO/G6 • Architecting's relevance to decision makers • Critical success factors for the future 10:00 Networking and Refreshment Break Col David Geuting, USAF- Chief, Enterprise Architecting Division (SAF/XCPA) 10:45 Delivering Architectures: A Balancing Act • The Architect and The User 10:00 Networking and Refreshment Break • Authoritative Source and Accessible Data • "Fit For Purpose" and "One Size Fits All" 10:45 Architecting the DoD Cyber Security Mission Ronald Vandiver, Director, Architecture Integration and • Architecting the integrated Space and Cyber domains. Management Directorate, US Army TRADOC • Roadmap to the Future AFNet • Mission Information Assurance in the IT infrastructure 11:30 USTRANSCOM's Transformation and Enterprise Douglas Gray, Director of Architecture and Analysis, Air Force COCOM Case Study Architecture Strategy Network Integration Center • Capabilities in place to support the Corporate Service Vision • Enterprise Architecture 11:30 Enterprise Architectures for Army Capability Packages • DPO Target Architecture • SoS Systems Architecture Development Bob Osborn, SES, Director, Distribution Portfolio, • SoS Trades USTRANSCOM Ross Guckert, Assistant Deputy for Acquisition & Systems Integration, Assistant Secretary of the Army (ALT) 12:15 Lunch 12:15 Lunch 1:15 Shifting from an IT-Centric, to a Business Driven EA Model 1:15 Enterprise Architecture and Organizational Modeling for • Ensuring better alignment of enterprise IT solutions with DoD Organization enterprise business needs • How to apply lessons learned from practical application of reference • Define relationships between core mission areas, models • Current EA direction from OMB and how to use reporting requirements business/enterprise services, and cross-agency initiatives • Bridging the gap between the enterprise vision and to improve agency IT planning and budgeting • How agencies are getting tangible results from their enterprise implementation of business solutions architectures that improve mission performance Spencer Brown, Enterprise Architect Team Chief, Defense Beryl Bellman, PhD, Professor, California State University Los Intelligence Agency Angeles, Co-Founder and Academic Director, FEAC Institute 2:00 Reference Architecture Case Study COCOM Case Study 2:00 The Homeland Defense and Civil Support (HD/CS) • Defines concept of a Reference Architecture Capabilities Based Assessment (CBA) Architecture • Presents five essential components of a Reference Architecture • Utilizing DODAF 2.0 -“Fit for Purpose” to support CBA • Shows how Reference Architectures guide and constrain solution • Role of Integrated Architectures (IA) in a CBA architecture descriptions and their usages • Sharing the Integrated Architecture with interested stakeholders Steve Ring, Principal Information Engineer, Group Leader, Jim Reeves, Chief, HD/CS CBA Div, NNC-J8C, USNORTHCOM E142 Warfighter Analysis and Architecture, MITRE Corporation 2:45 Networking and Refreshment Break Testing and Evaluation Focus 2:45 Networking and Refreshment Break 3:15 Data Centric Architectures • Application of a data centric architecture approach 3:30 Demonstrating Success to Key Stakeholders • Software that effectively integrates DODAF into an Integrated from Key Stakeholders Tips for Getting Buy-in • Key factors in securing buy-in throughout the enterprise Development Environment • The Army Test and Evaluation Commands (ATEC) Test Technology (TT) • Building coalitions of support • Measuring the return on investment when communicating the To-Be Architecture value of EA to government leaders Robert Aaron, ATEC HQ, Senior Analyst, ATEC Test Technology Architecture Chair, ATEC Test Technology Data Domain Manager Joyce Grigsby, Chief Architect, Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness 4:00 Architecture Evaluation • Evaluations conducted on software architecture; systems and software 4:15 NATO’s Approach to Enterprise Architecture architecture, and systems of systems architecture • Purpose of enterprise architecture in NATO • Focused on quality attributes (performance, availability, maintainability, • NATO Architecture Framework v3 interoperability, expandability etc.) • National use and contributions • Uses scenarios and/or operational mission threads to stimulate analysis Frits Broekema, Principal Scientist, NATO C3 Agency of the appropriate architectural views and supporting documentation William Wood, Senior Member of the Technical Staff, Carnegie 5:00 End of Conference Day One Melon Software Engineering Institute 4:45 End of Main Conference 4 www.DoDArchitectures.com
  • 5. Sponsorship Opportunities Sponsor or exhibit at IDGA’s 9th Annual DoD Architectures! 5 Ways to Register! IDGA sponsorships and exhibits are an excellent opportunity for your company to showcase its products and services to a highly targeted, senior-level military audience. IDGA helps companies achieve sales, marketing and branding objectives by setting aside a limited number Web: www.DoDArchitectures.com of event sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all of which are custom-tailored to help your company maximize its exposure at the event and reach key decision-makers in your field. Email: info@idga.org FOR MORE INFORMATION To learn more about these and other marketing opportunities, please contact Angela Phone: 1-800-882-8684 or 646-378-6026 DiNatale at 1.212.885.2761 or via e-mail at sponsorship@idga.org. Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day Venue & Lodging Mail: IDGA Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner Hotel 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor 8661 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182 Phone: (703) 448-1234 Reservations Telephone: (800) 572-7666 New York, NY 10017 www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=691 Just 20 minutes from Washington, D.C. and minutes from many corporate offices, Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner is a great choice for business or pleasure. We’re conveniently close to fabulous shopping at Pricing Industry Military, Government & Academia* Tysons Corner Mall, Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, and all of the monuments and cultural events that Washington, D.C. has to offer. Register & Register & Register & Our newly renovated hotel is a place to relax and to connect. After a full day, call it a night in one of our 443 Pay by Pay by Pay after comfortable guest rooms. Enjoy a good night’s sleep between the crisp sheets of our Sheraton Sweet Jan. 15, 2010 Feb 12, 2010 Feb 12, 2010 Sleeper(SM) Bed. High Speed Internet Access and a spacious desk in each guest room, 27 meeting rooms, and a 14,153-square foot ballroom, will keep you connected to work. Main $999 $799 $899 $999 Connect with family in our refreshing and inviting indoor and outdoor pools or treat yourself to a special Conference Only treatment from our on-call masseuse. Gather with friends, family, or colleagues for a refreshing drink at First Impressions Cocktail Lounge or a satisfying meal at Ashgroves. Pre-Conference Focus Day $500 $500 $500 $500 With caring service and thoughtful amenities, Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner is a warm and welcoming place. We invite you to gather your colleagues, your friends, or your family and get connected with us. Group Rate - $207 + 9% *This category does NOT include government contractors; contractors are considered civilian/industry for the purpose of determining registration fees. Please identify you are part of the IDGA-Biometrics group to ensure the special rate. Note that you are eligible for this rate three day prior and three days post the event based on availability. Please make your reservation before March 1, 2010 in order to ensure you are eligible for the group rate. Team Discounts* Directions: Number of Attendees Savings of: From Washington DC: Take I-66 West to Washington/Dulles International Airport. Take the Toll Road (Route 3 to 4 10% 267) to Leesburg Pike, Exit 16. Turn left at the light and turn right at the next light on Westwood Center 5 or more 15% Drive to the hotel. * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined From North: Take Interstate 95 South to Interstate 495 West (Capital Beltway) to Silver Spring. 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  • 6. REGISTRATION CARD IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor ❑ Yes, please New York, NY 10017 register me for DoD Architectures TM ❑ Pre Conference Focus Day (Monday, March 15) ❑ Main Summit (Tuesday-Wednesday, March 16-17) See Page 5 for pricing details. Your customer registration code is: When registering, please provide the code above. Salutation/Rank________________________Name_____________________________ Job Title_______________________________________________________________ Unit/Division____________________________________________________________ Organization____________________________________________________________ Approving Manager______________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City__________________________________State______________Zip___________ Phone________________________________Fax_______________________________ 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1 Web: www.DoDArchitectures.com E-mail__________________________________________________________________ 2 Email: info@idga.org ❑ Check enclosed for $_________ (Payable to IDGA) 3 Phone: 1-800-882-8684 ❑ Charge my __Amex __Visa __Mastercard __Diners Club 4 Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day Card #____________________________________Exp. Date___/___ CVM Code___ 5 Mail: IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor ❑ Please keep me informed via email about this and other related events. 10570.005/D/AK New York, NY 10017 Strategic Architecture Initiatives from Presents the 9th … All Services See page 4 for Details… DoD Architectures Increasing Operational Efficiency with Actionable Architectures TM March 15 - 17, 2010 • Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner , Vienna, VA Don’t miss the best opportunity of the year to: • Determine current policy and mandates for the coming year • Learn practical examples of Enterprise Architecture techniques to solve real problems • Discover best practices in architecture design, testing, and evaluation • Evaluate the latest tools for capabilities based architectures that meet DoDAF 2.0 standards