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  • 1. SPAWAR Systems Center, Pacific FY11 EOY Brief to NDIA 10 JAN 2012 Ms Carmela Keeney SPAWAR Systems Center, Pacific Executive Director (ED) Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 1
  • 2. Chartered by Navy Leadership Information Dominance System Command OPNAV NOTICE 5400 dated 21 May 11 "Revised Mission. SPAWARSYSCOM is the Navys Information Dominance Systems Command with the mission to make the Navys information dominance vision a reality.” “SPAWARSYSCOM will provide dominance in the fields of ISR; Cyber Warfare; C2; information and knowledge management; and meteorology and oceanography (METOC) … will align with … the operational needs of U.S. Fleet Cyber Command and 10th Fleet and Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command. …”FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 2
  • 3. RADM Patrick Brady’s Guidance Information Dominance Vision Commander’s Guidance 2012 “Information will be a main battery of Naval warfighting capability.” SPAWAR Priorities: Keep the Fleet Ready to Fight Build Information Dominance Technical Authority Focus on Work Integral to the Navy’s FutureFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 3
  • 4. SSC Pacific: Organization CAPT Joe Beel, CO Ms Carmela Keeney, ED XO – CAPT Bryan Lopez 10 – Finance 30 – Legal Cathy Mclane Scott Miller 20 – Contracting 80 – Corporate Ops Tammy Sanchez Celia Metz 4.0 – Logistics & Fleet 5.0 – Engineering 6.0 – Program & Project 7.0 – S&T and 7.1 – Research & Applied H – Pacific C4ISR Support Carmela Keeney Mngmt SPAWAR CTO Science CDR John Sprague Mavis Machniak Steve Musson (CHENG) Joe Adan Rob Wolborsky Dr Steve Russell George McCarty Sasebo, Japan Guam 5.1 - Enterprise System 5.3 – Command & 5.5 – Comms and 5.7 – Space Systems 5.9 – Test Eval.. and Engineering Control Networks Engineering Certification Yokosuka, Japan Lee Zimmerman (A) Bryan Scurry Brian Marsh Dr Dan Cunningham John Iaia (A) 5.2 – Net-Centric Eng & 5.4 – Business Systems 5.8 – Information 5.6 – ISR/IO Integration / EIS Assurance Lee Zimmerman (A) Donna Williamson (A) Greg Shaffer Elissa Huffstetler Scientist /Technologists (STs) Dr. Glenn Osga Dr. Roy Axford Dr. Adi Bulsara Decision Optimization Wireless Nonlinear DynamicsFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 4
  • 5. SSC Pacific: FY11 Profile Our People are Our Greatest Strength FY11 = $2.54 B (TOA) New Professional (NP) Program: 1800+ applicants for 75 positions Navy Working Capital Fund Average GPA 3.60 Participation in 25 campus recruitment and diversity/affinity group conferences CIVILIANS 4136 Scientists & Engineers 2065 Technicians 361 Tech Specialists 624 Highly educated workforce: Administrative 821 157 PhDs Clerical 205 926 Masters Ungraded / Other 51 ST 3 SES 6 MIL 222 352 Civilians Directly Enlisted 157 Supporting C4ISR with the Officers 65 Fleet Around the World TOTAL 4358FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 5
  • 6. FY11 EOY Financial Highlights ▼ Total Funding ( TOA) Actual: $2,539 M OSD budget: $2,348 M ▼ Net Operating Results Profit: $2.515 M Loss: $0.563 M (OSD budget) ▼ Carryover Ceiling: $522 M Actual: $492 MFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 6
  • 7. Total Funding by Fiscal Year ($M) Total Obligation Authority (TOA) $2,800 Millions of Dollars $2,500 $2,200 $1,900 TOA $1,600 $1,300 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 More than $15 B awarded to local industry and small businesses in the last 10 years.FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 7
  • 8. Funding ($M) by Sponsor (FY04-11) $1,200  FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 Millions of Dollars $1,000  $800  $600  $400  $200  $‐ SPAWAR NAVAIR NAVSEA  OTHER  OTHER MISSION  /PEOs /PEOs /PEOs NAVAL FundedFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 8
  • 9. FY11 Funding ($M) by Sponsor SPONSOR DARPA $265.8 M NAVAL Other DoD $1,561.4 M $509.7 M Non DoD  $202.2 MFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 9
  • 10. Funding ($M) by Type (FY04-11) $1,200  FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 $1,000  Millions of Dollars $800  $600  $400  $200  $‐ RDT&E  O&M  Procurement Other DoD  Non‐DoD  MISSION  FundedFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 10
  • 11. FY11 Funding ($M) by Type of Appropriation TYPEFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 11
  • 12. Distribution of Costs (FY05-11) $900 $800 Millions of Dollars $700 $600 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $0 Direct  Direct  Direct  Direct  Prod  G&A  Cites Contracts Labor Other O/H O/H FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 12
  • 13. End Strength 4,300 1,000 CIV 4126 4114 Number of Civilians 4,100 MIL 800 Number of Military 4021 3,900 600 3795 3736 3723 3689 3710 3676 3,700 400 3535 231 228 222 3,500 200 79 96 93 93 95 38 34 3,300 0 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 13
  • 14. Total Burdened Workyears 3200 3,102 2,971 2,999 Burdened Workyears 3,074 3000 2,903 2,933 3,038 2,863 2,883 2,961 2,971 2,816 2,878 2800 2,855 2,862 2,689 2,796 2,743 2600 2,485 2,600 2,436 2400 ACTUAL BUDGET 2200 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 14
  • 15. New Professional Hires 160 Number of New Employees 140 134 120 106 101 100 100 83 80 73 73 68 55 56 60 40 35 20 0 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 15
  • 16. FY11 Contracts TOTAL CONTRACTS Active contracts: 541 (including grants) Firms awarded contracts: 1,004 (including simplified acquisitions) Small Businesses TYPE Achieved Target Small Business Awards 28.14% 22.00% HUBZone Small Businesses 1.94% 1.07% Disadvantaged /8(a) Small Business 11.35% 5.01% Woman-Owned Small Business 7.46% 4.27% Service-Disabled Vet-Owned Small Business 1.96% 0.71%FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 16
  • 17. NISE Program Highlights - FY10-11 Section 219 of NDAA 2009 to Revitalize DoD Laboratories Developing Simulation Program with Integrated Basic and Applied Research Circuit Emphasis (SPICE) Models and Evaluating Basic and Applied Research Processes for Sub-threshold Operation • 5 - Patent Applications • 17 - Publications (Conference Papers; TRs/TDs) • 6 - Refereed Papers Ambient-Temperature Superconductivity in Pd:(H,D)x • Significant ASD(R&E) SMART Scholar Participation in NISE Projects Technology Transition Technology Transition • Technology Transition Agreement for extended SIGINT capability with PMW-120 • Transition of manually deployed communications relay to PMS-EOD Characterization and Manipulation of the Microbial Population in • Transition of advanced multi-robot operator control unit to PMS-EOD Microbial Fuel Cells • Transition of 3-D volume manager capability in support of ONR INP new start (LDUUV) • Solid state circuit breaker delivered to NAVYCYBERFOR for VLF/LF site upgrades Workforce Development Workforce Development Solid-State Integrated Crowbar/ Circuit Breaker; replaced 1920s technology; • 103 scientists and engineers trained protects delicate power amplifier tubes • 4 advanced technical training courses offered (Cyber, SOA, Cloud Computing, Comms)FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 17
  • 18. CRADAs Executed - FY03 thru FY11 SSC Pacific Signed First CRADA between DoD Lab and Local Government Number of CRADAs CRADA - Cooperative Research and Development AgreementFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 18
  • 19. FY11 Major Initiatives: Enterprise Software Data Center DoD App Store Licensing (ESL) Consolidation (DCC) ▼ASN (RDA) directed COMSPAWAR to Lead ▼Consolidate Navy legacy data centers into SPAWAR Data Centers from FY12 - FY17 ▼State-of-the-art 36,000 square- ▼Consolidating and foot Data Centers/system centralizing acquisition hosting facilities IT hardware, software ▼DoD Service Providers and services • Enterprise Application ▼ESI leverages the DoD’s Framework combined buying power • Productivity applications with commercial and widgets software publishers, • Collaboration hardware vendors and • Defense Networking service providers • Publish/Discover • Search/Retrieve Charleston • Collaboration/Defense San Diego Networking tools New Orleans • APIs/SDKsFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 19
  • 20. FY11 Highlights / Accomplishments Technical Highlights Operation Tomodachi Mass Notification System (MNS) at Fleet Readiness Directorate Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HBSS / Taskforce Nimble Matrix Launch-on-Remote (LoR) capability Manually Deployed Communication Solid‐state integrated Crowbar and Relays (MDCR) System Circuit breaker system Workforce Diversity and Affinity Champion Efforts Patents & Publications PATENTS FY11 PUBLICATIONS FY11 CAPT Joe Beel: American Indian Science and Disclosures 107 Journal Article 143 Engineering Society (AISES) Patents Filed 77 Conf. Papers 276 Carmela Keeney: Patents Issued 46 TRs/TDs 23 Society of Women Engineers (SWE)FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 20
  • 21. FY11 Significant Awards CAPT Brian Lopez received the HENAAC Susan Alderson received the SSC Pacific Science and Technology – (Hispanic Engineer National Achievement "Commendation for Superior Civilian recognized Joseph Divita, Robert D. George, Awards Corporation) Award for his Service“ signed by Commandant of Wayne P. Liu and Ayax D. Ramirez for their contributions to the Hispanic technical the Marine Corps, General J.F. Amos. outstanding contribution, leadership in their community as a leader and role model. technical fields, and their continued effort and dedication in building and sustaining SSC Pacifics technical base. FLC Excellence in Technology Transfer Award - for the transfer of their ultra-high sensitivity optical Sandy Wetzel-Smith received the micro-electro-mechanical (MEMS) Lt Sarah Rice – received Sea Service Leadership Navy Superior Civilian Service displacement sensor technology. Association (SSLA) and the Military Officers Award for her service to the Department of the Navy. Association of America (MOAA) will present the Joy Bright Hancock Leadership Award.FY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 21
  • 22. As We Move Forward, Our Focus is On ▼ Warfighter Needs ▼ One SPAWAR ▼ Tech transition, rapid delivery of capabilities ▼ Innovation, disciplined system engineering and continuous process improvement ▼ Integration and Interoperability ▼ Savings – Make every dollar count Delivering Information DominanceFY11 EOY Brief / NDIABy Ms C Keeney10 JAN 2012 Statement A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 22