Themes and Observations of the
   Welcome
   Locale
   Host Organization
   Conference
   Themes




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   Welcome to your Colorado INCOSE Chapter
    Meeting
   Your Speaker tonight:
     Lonnie VanZandt, Colorado INCOSE T...
   San Diego, CA (Hyatt Regency, Mission Bay)
       Founded 1769
       17th largest US Metro Region (3,146,274)
    ...
   National Defense Industrial Association
       Non-profit
       1470 Corporate Members
       62000 Individual Mem...
   Committees
       Automatic Test Committee; Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Project; CMMI Working
      ...
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bdd [Package] Conference Structure [Composition of the Conference]
                                                       ...
       ~450
          ~150 in Tutorials
       Organizations
516 Aeronautical Systems Group                 of Southern...
   Plenary
     Kristen Baldwin, Deputy Director, Software Engineering & System
      Assurance, Office of the Secretary...
   Effects Management Tool (EMT)
     Department of the Army
     Raytheon
   MH-60R/S Link 16 Full Scale Integration
...
   Systems Engineering Effectiveness
   Test & Evaluation in Systems Engineering
   Program Management
   System Safet...
   Introduction to SysML™ and OOSEM™
     Dr. Abe Meilich, Lockheed Martin
   Unified Life Cycle Modeling
     Dr. Pet...
   Artisan Software Tools
   Defense Acquisition University
   Lean Solutions Institute
   Naval Air Warfare Center
 ...
   Concept of Operations
   Crises in Systems Engineering
   Methodologies
   Requirements Engineering Best Practices
...
Consultants




                                                                        Military Services
                ...
   Need to Return to Abandoned Early Engineering
     Case Studies on Lack of Adequate SE
   Human Capital Shortages
  ...
   DoD Systems Engineering University Affiliated
    Research Center (UARC)
     Hundreds of Millions USD to public and ...
   DoD 5000 (Defense Acquisition)
   Early SE Pre-Milestone B
   Architecture Frameworks
   Various Non-standard Propo...
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   Benefits of Architectures versus Pure Solutions
     See numerous…
   Operational Concepts
     See Van Gaas Beek p...
   Operational Concepts
     See Van Gaas Beek presentations
   Applicable Standards
     See Van Gaas Beek presentati...
   Both Peers in the Promotion of Systems Engineering
   NDIA has ~80 years more History
   NDIA has ~10 times more Mem...
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Themes Of The 11th Annual Ndia Se Conference [Van Zandt, October 2008]

  1. 1. Themes and Observations of the
  2. 2.  Welcome  Locale  Host Organization  Conference  Themes 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 2
  3. 3.  Welcome to your Colorado INCOSE Chapter Meeting  Your Speaker tonight:  Lonnie VanZandt, Colorado INCOSE Technical Program Director, 20 years Software and Systems Engineering, Consulting Systems Engineer, Predictable Response Consulting, LLC  Our topic tonight:  Themes and Observations from the NDIA’s 11th Annual SE Conference 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 3
  4. 4.  San Diego, CA (Hyatt Regency, Mission Bay)  Founded 1769  17th largest US Metro Region (3,146,274)  Economies of Defense, Manufacturing, Tourism  World’s Largest Naval Fleet  World’s Top Bio-Tech Cluster  Major Defense Contractors  Mediterranean Climate (~17⁰ C Daily) 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 4
  5. 5.  National Defense Industrial Association  Non-profit  1470 Corporate Members  62000 Individual Members  70-80 Events per Year  Divisions  Armaments; Ballistics; Bomb & Warhead; Chemical Biological Defense; Combat Survivability; Combat Vehicles; Command, Control, Communications, Computers; Surveillance; Intelligence and Reconnaissance; Environment and Energy; Expeditionary Warfare; Government Policy Advisory; Health Affairs; Homeland Security; International; Legislative Information; Logistics; Manufacturing; Missile Defense; Munitions; Procurement; Robotics; Science and Engineering Technology; Small Business; Space; Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict; STEM Workforce; Strike, Land Attack, and Air Defense; Systems Engineering; Tactical Wheeled Vehicles; Targets, UAVs, & Range Operations; Technical Information; Test and Evaluation; Undersea Warfare 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 5
  6. 6.  Committees  Automatic Test Committee; Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Project; CMMI Working Group; Developmental Test & Evaluation Committee; Education & Training Committee; Engineering in Manufacturing; Enterprise Health Management Committee; Government Steering Committee; Interoperability Committee; Life Cycle Support Committee; Modeling & Simulation Committee; Quality Assurance Committee; Software Experts Panel; Steering Committee; Systems Assurance Committee; Systems Engineering Effectiveness Committee; Systems Safety Committee  Mission  To promote the widespread use of Systems Engineering in the DoD acquisition process in order to achieve affordable and supportable weapon systems that meet the needs of the military users  and to provide a forum for the open exchange between government and industry to trade ideas and concepts  and develop a new understanding of a streamlined process.  Affiliates  Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)  American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA)  International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE)  Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE)  National Training Systems Association (NTSA)  SAE International 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 6
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  8. 8. bdd [Package] Conference Structure [Composition of the Conference] 400..500 «block» «block» «block» 3 Attendee «block» NDIA SE Conference attendees Sponsor Theme sponsors «block» 14 Vendor 1..* exhibitors abstracted themes 8 tutorials 14 tracks 2 keynotes 1 plenaries 1 panels 4 luncheons «block» «block» «block» «block» «block» «block» Tutorial Track Keynote Plenary Panel Lunch related topics * * 1..3 * * * * * 1..* 1..* topics 0..1 events 1..* 4..16 sessions «block» 1..* * «block» topics Topic «block» Lunch Event topics Session luminaries 1..* topics 1..* topics 1 3 panelists luminaries 2 * * 1 «block» speakers 0..2 Speaker 1..4 speakers 1 instructors OMG SysML Rendered with Artisan Studio v7.0a... 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 8
  9. 9.  ~450  ~150 in Tutorials  Organizations 516 Aeronautical Systems Group of Southern California JOG Systems Engineering Paul L. Howard Enterprises University of Alabama Advanced Automation Corporation Computer Sciences Corporation Johns Hopkins University PEO C4I University of Idaho Advanced Automation Corporation Daimler AG Joint Mission Environment Test Capability PEO CUI Front Office University of Missouri Advantage Development, Inc. DCMA L-3 Communications PEO LMW US Army Aberdeen Test Center Aegis Technologies Group, Inc. Decisive Analytics Corporation Lean Solutions Institute, Inc. Performance Based Earned Value US Army Armament Research and AFIT/SAY Defense Acquisition University Lockheed Martin Predictable Response Consulting, LLC Development Engineering Center AFRL/XP Defense Contract Management Agency M2 Technologies, Inc. Project Performance International US Army Element, Assembled Chemical Air Armament Center Defense Group, Inc. ManTech Corporation QinetiQ Weapons Alternatives Air Force Center for Systems Engineering Defense Threat Reduction Agency MHS Rand Corporation US Army PEO Aviation Air Force Human Systems Integration Office DRS Technologies, Inc. Missile Defense Agency Raytheon Corporation US Army PEO STRI Air Force Institute of Technology Dynamics Research Corporation Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. RJS Consulting US Army RDECOM-TARDEC Air Force Research Laboratory Embassy of Korea MSE Technology Applications, Inc. Rockwell Collins US Army Topographic Engineering Center Alion Science and Technology Ensco NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory SAF/AQ US General Accounting Office American Systems Corporation Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense NASA Johnson Space Center SAF/AQRE VisiTech, Ltd. Army Research Lab Forbes Analytic Software, Inc. National Reconnaissance Office Sandia National Laboratories Vitech Corporation ASC Engineering Directorate Fraunhofer Center National Security Agency Science Applications International ASC/AQ Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental NAVAIR Corporation ASC/EN Software Naval EOD Technology Division SCRA ASELSAN, Inc. General Dynamics Naval Facilities Engineering Command Silver Bullet Solutions, Inc. ASSETT, Inc. Georgia Tech Research Institute Southwest Software Engineering Institute ATA Hamilton Sundstrand Naval Ordnance Safety and Security SPAWAR Systems Center Charleston - Naval Avista, Inc. Harris Corporation Naval Postgraduate School Weapons Station BAE Systems High Performance Technologies, Inc. Naval Sea Systems Command SRS Technologies Boeing HQ AFMC/A4UE Naval Surface Warfare Center Stevens Institute of Technology Booz Allen Hamilton HQ AFMC/ENS Naval Undersea Warfare Center - Newport Surface Combat Systems Center Boss Logic Inc. HQ USAF, Planning Division Naval Weapons Center SURVICE Engineering Company Bucknell University IBM NEC Systems and Proposal Engineering Company C3I Systems Corporation ILuMinA Solutions, Inc. Northrop Grumman Tactronics California Institute of Technology INCOSE Novonics Corporation Technical Software Services, Inc. California State University Institute for Defense Analyses NUWC Div Newport THALES Raytheon Systems Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering Integrated Systems Diagnostics, Inc. Office of the Secretary of Defense The Aerospace Corporation Center for Naval Analyses IS International Oracle Corporation The Force, Inc. Center for Software Engineering - University Jacobs Sverdrup Parsons Unified Cryptologic Architecture 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 9
  10. 10.  Plenary  Kristen Baldwin, Deputy Director, Software Engineering & System Assurance, Office of the Secretary of Defense  Keynotes  Hon Charles McQueary, Director Operational Test and Evaluation  Gen Lester Lyles, USAF (retired)  Panel  Carl Seil, Chief Engineer, Research, Development, and Acquisition, Assistant Secretary of the Navy  Terry Jaggers, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Science, Technology, and Engineering, USAF  Ross Guckert, Assistant Deputy, Acquisition & Systems Integration Assistant Secretary of the Army (ASA) Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (ALT) 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 10
  11. 11.  Effects Management Tool (EMT)  Department of the Army  Raytheon  MH-60R/S Link 16 Full Scale Integration  Department of the Navy  Lockheed Martin Systems Integration Owego  Mortar Fire Control System Dismounted (MFCS-D)  Department of the Army  ARDEC  Honeywell, Inc. 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 11
  12. 12.  Systems Engineering Effectiveness  Test & Evaluation in Systems Engineering  Program Management  System Safety – ESOH and HSI  Modeling and Simulation  Net-centric Operations  Requirements and Development Management  Software  Best Practices and Standardization  Logistics, Supportability, and Sustainment  Practical Systems Engineering Experience  Education and Training  Enterprise Health Management  Architecture 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 12
  13. 13.  Introduction to SysML™ and OOSEM™  Dr. Abe Meilich, Lockheed Martin  Unified Life Cycle Modeling  Dr. Peter Hantos, Aerospace Corporation  Development and Configuration Management of Requirements  Mr. Al Florence, MITRE  Introduction to the Capability Test Methodology  Lt. Col. Jay Gendron, OSD/JTEM  Joint Mission Environment Test Capability  Mr. Ryan Norman, JMETC  Method Framework for Engineering System Architectures  Mr. Donald Firesmith, Software Engineering Institute  Gap Analysis and Its Conceptual Foundations  Mr. Gary Langford, Naval Postgraduate School  Early Verification  Mr. Stephen Scukanec, Northrop Grumman 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 13
  14. 14.  Artisan Software Tools  Defense Acquisition University  Lean Solutions Institute  Naval Air Warfare Center  Project Performance International  Stevens Institute of Technology  Systems Technology Institute  Vitech 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 14
  15. 15.  Concept of Operations  Crises in Systems Engineering  Methodologies  Requirements Engineering Best Practices 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 15
  16. 16. Consultants Military Services Mandator Systems Engineers Solution Providers Big Honkin’ Binder Processes Academia [DoD 5000.2] 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 16
  17. 17.  Need to Return to Abandoned Early Engineering  Case Studies on Lack of Adequate SE  Human Capital Shortages  Need to Replace Greybeards  Need to Teach SE Concepts  Human System Integration  MANPRINT Mandate  Consequences of Forgetting the Human 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 17
  18. 18.  DoD Systems Engineering University Affiliated Research Center (UARC)  Hundreds of Millions USD to public and military Academic institutions to recruit, train, and retain SE Experts  Defense Acquisition Transformation Report 804 to Congress  Finley et al, March 2008.  http://www.acq.osd.mil/at/docs/804_defense_acquisitio n_transformation_report_mar_2008.pdf 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 18
  19. 19.  DoD 5000 (Defense Acquisition)  Early SE Pre-Milestone B  Architecture Frameworks  Various Non-standard Proposals 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 19
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  21. 21.  Benefits of Architectures versus Pure Solutions  See numerous…  Operational Concepts  See Van Gaas Beek presentations  Information Interchange Formats, Frequency, and Fineness  See numerous…  DoDAF and UPDM Status Updates  See Okon presentation 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 21
  22. 22.  Operational Concepts  See Van Gaas Beek presentations  Applicable Standards  See Van Gaas Beek presentation  Good, Lean Requirements  See Olson presentations  Verification Requirements  See Scukanec tutorial  Systems Engineering Case Studies  See Garland presentation  Consequences of Poor Requirements  See Robert Parrish presentation 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 22
  23. 23.  Both Peers in the Promotion of Systems Engineering  NDIA has ~80 years more History  NDIA has ~10 times more Members  NDIA has a clear and intentional US bias  NDIA has a clear and intentional DoD agenda  INCOSE strives to be International  INCOSE strives to relate to multiple Domains  INCOSE interacts more with the local and individual engineer 18 November 2008 NDIA SE Themes--VanZandt--Predictable Response 23
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