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Introduction to the Army Program Executive Officer Structure Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition February 23, 2010 Jonathan.email@example.com 1 Outline • Discuss the organizational structure of the Army Acquisition Executive • Highlight the role of the Deputy Assistant Secretary organizations • Discuss the Program Executive Offices and their associated Project and Product Manager structures • Questions 2 ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY ACQUISITION, LOGISTICS AND TECHNOLOGY ASA(ALT) Army Acquisition Executive Chief Information Principal Deputy Principal Military Responsible Officer for officer ASA(ALT) Deputy Sustainment Dep Asst Secy for PEO Aviation PEO Soldier PEO C3T PEO GCS Dep Asst Secy for Elimination of Procurement Chemical Weapons PEO BCT PEO CS&CSS PEO JPEO JTRS Dep Asst Secy for Dep Asst Secy for Modernization Ammunition Defense Exports Plans, Programs and Cooperation and Resources PEO M&S PEO STRI JPEO CBD PEO IEW&S Chairman Dep Asst Secy for Army Science Research and Deputy for DIR CMA Board Technology Medical Dep Asst Secy for Systems Dep Asst Secy for Strategic Comm & Acquisition Policy Business and Logistics Transformation Director Deputy for Acquisition Acquisition and Support Center Systems Management 3 BG Tim Crosby PEO Aviation Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation (256)313-4000 https://www.peoavn.army.mil/index.shtml 4 Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation The Army manager for the Apache® Helicopter, Cargo Helicopter, Utility Helicopter, Unmanned Aircraft System, Armed Scout Helicopter, and Aviation Systems programs. The Program Executive Officer reports directly to the Army Acquisition Executive. PEO Aviation is the responsible management official who provides overall direction and guidance for the development, acquisition, testing systems integration, product improvement and fielding of assigned programs. PEO Aviation FACT SHEETS :. Apache® Helicopters (256) 313-4200 :. Apache® Helicopters :. Aviation Systems (256) 313-3742 :. Aviation Systems :. Cargo Helicopters (256) 313-4302 :. Cargo Helicopters :. Utility Helicopters (256) 955-8938 :. Utility Helicopters :. Attack Scout Helicopters (256) 313-0846 :. Armed Recon Helicopter :. Unmanned Aircraft Systems (256) 313-5327 :. Unmanned Aircraft Systems 5 MG John Bartley PEO BCT Modernization Army Brigade Combat Team (BCT) (314)232-1271 • The Army Brigade Combat Team (BCT) modernization strategy builds a versatile mix of mobile, networked BCTs that will leverage mobility, protection, information, and precision fires to conduct effective operations across the spectrum of conflict • Key to modernizing the Army BCTs is to empower Soldiers with increased Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Lethality capabilities • Starting in 2011 Soldiers of the Army’s infantry brigade combat teams will receive incremental capability packages that will provide much needed networked ISR capabilities • Today, Soldiers at Fort Bliss, Texas, are part of the acquisition process, testing and evaluating the equipment to ensure a better end product. http://www.bctmod.army.mil/index.html 6 BG Geno Dellarocco PEO M&S Program Executive Office Missiles and Space (256)876-0714 • Close Combat Weapon Systems (CCWS) Project Office manages a number of close combat missile and target acquisition systems. Missile systems include TOW 2A, TOW 2B Aero, TOW Bunker Buster, and Javelin. CCWS-managed target acquisition systems include the Improved Target Acquisition System (ITAS) and the Improved Bradley Acquisition Subsystem (IBAS). Email: ContactCCWS@msl.army.mil • Cruise Missile Defense Systems (CMDS) protect the force and selected geopolitical assets from aerial attack, missile attack, and surveillance. CMDS Systems also protect the maneuver force and other critical assets against cruise missiles (CMs), unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and rotary wing (RW) and Fixed wing (FW) aircraft . • Precision Fires Rocket and Missile Systems (PFRMS) 7 Program Executive Office Missiles and Space • The mission of the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Project Office is to define, develop, acquire, field and sustain the Army’s portion of the Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) system of systems capability to be deployed as integrated components in Army, Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multi-national (JIIM) Net-centric architectures. • The Joint Attack Munition Systems (JAMS) Project Office was established in June 2005 with the merging of two project offices, Aviation Rockets and Missiles and Joint Common Missile. The office manages all aviation rockets and missiles within the Army. • The Lower Tier Project Office is comprised of the PATRIOT® , MEADS, PAC-3 and the Joint Tactical Ground Station or JTAGS. • Non-Line of Sight Launch System (NLOS) http://www.msl.army.mil/ProjectOffices/ContactUs.html#CMDS 8 Mr. Jim Sutton PEO Ammunition (973)724-7102 Program Executive Office Ammunition • PEO Ammo, is committed to providing superior ammunition to the Soldier • The PEO is responsible for life-cycle acquisition management of all conventional ammunition including integrating budgets, acquisition strategies, R&D and life-cycle management across all ammunition families • PEO Ammunition is located at Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey and is consists of four Project Management (PM) offices • PM Close Combat Systems • PM Maneuver Ammunition Systems • PM Combat Ammunition Systems • PM Joint Services https://w4.pica.army.mil/peoammo/About.aspx 9 Program Executive Office Ammunition Program Executive Office Ammunition (973) 724-7116 Project Manager Close Combat Systems (973) 724-7041 Project Manager Maneuver Ammunition Systems (973) 724-5307 Product Director Non-Standard Ammunition (973) 724-2324 Project Manager for Joint Services (973) 724-9778 Project Director Joint Products (973) 724-7821 Project Manager Combat Ammunition Systems (973) 724-7124 http://www.pica.army.mil/peoammo/About.aspx 10 BG Tom Cole Program Executive Office Intelligence Electronic PEO IEW&S (732)532-0179 Warfare and Sensors - Netted sensors, horizontal access - Manned and unmanned, ground-air - Integrated, fused - Multi-skilled, adaptable soldiers & civilians - Assured access to and interdependence with joint & national - Robust reach and expeditionary - Visualization at the point of decision 11 Building the Intelligence Enterprise Program Executive Office Intelligence Electronic Warfare and Sensors Program Executive Office PEO: 732-532-0179 DPEO: 732-532-0179 XO: 732-427-5522 PM Offices PM Offices PM DCGS, Ft Monmouth, NJ PM Prophet, Ft Monmouth, NJ 732-427-5165 732-427-1479 PM CGS/Datalinks, Ft Monmouth, NJ PM Nav Systems, Ft Monmouth, NJ 732-427-5059 732-427-5182 PM NV/RSTA, Ft Belvoir, VA PM TIMS, Ft Monmouth, NJ 703-704-3450 732-427-5324 PM SGFLIR, Ft Belvoir, VA PM AES, Redstone, AL 703-654-1192 256-955-0598 PM UAV Payloads, Ft Monmouth, NJ PM SW 732-427-5816 Ft Monmouth, NJ PO JPSD, Ft Belvoir, VA 732-427-1802 703-704-1940 PM ACS Ft Monmouth, NJ https://peoiews.monmouth.army.mil/pms1.html 732-427-5211 12 BG Lee Price PEO C3T PM Structure PEO C3T (732)427-4372 http://peoc3t.monmouth.army.mil/ 13 PEO C3T PM Structure • PM Battle Command provides software and hardware systems that directly support Soldiers at all levels in making better informed decisions. BC provides an integrated tool set deployed in theater now, while simultaneously migrating to the future. • Project Manager, Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below. PM FBCB2 products include computer hardware, software, communications and network management infrastructure to form an integrated system • PM C-RAM (Counter Rockets, Artillery, and Mortars) Program Directorate products and services provide our forces with the real-time air situational awareness and protection from Rocket Artillery and Mortar (RAM) they need to survive and complete their missions. 14 PEO C3T PM Structure • Project Manager- Mobile Electric Power. PM MEP supplies ruggedized power generators for all the Department of Defense (DoD) services and environmental control units for the Army. Their generators range in size from 2 kilowatts (kW) to 840 kW and their environmental control units range in size from 9k British Thermal Units per Hour (BTUH) to 60k BTUH. Their products are categorized in Small, Medium and Large product lines and are used extensively throughout the Military. • PM Command Posts. Provides the Army, Joint, and Allied Warfighter with Command Posts’, voice and data communication equipment and systems as well as the support needed to ensure Soldiers, Marines, Aircrews, and Special Operations are in real and near-real time contact at all levels, and for Commanders and Staff to accurately see the fluid and dynamic battlefield. • Project Manager Warfighter Information Network - Tactical (WIN-T). Provides the communications network (satellite and terrestrial) and services that allows the Warfighter to send and receive information in order to execute the Mission. Includes the Product Manager (PdM) Multi-Satellite Terminals (MST) that provides the Army Multi-channel Satellite Terminal and the Extremely High Frequency Satellite Systems and includes the Product Directors for Tactical Networks Architectures and Configurations - Current (TNAC2) and Network Operations (NetOps). http://peoc3t.monmouth.army.mil/ 15 BG Pete Fuller PEO Soldier (703)704-3446 Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier 16 Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier Project Manager Soldier Protection and Individual Equipment (PM SPIE) PM develops and fields advanced Soldier protection products, comfortable uniforms to enhance mission effectiveness, and improved parachute systems. Project Manager Soldier Sensors and Lasers (PM SSL) provides Soldiers with improved lethality, mobility, and survivability in all weather and visibility conditions Project Manager Soldier Warrior (PM SWAR) supports Soldiers through the acquisition of integrated Soldier system. Current systems include Land Warrior, Ground Soldier, Mounted Soldier, and Air Warrior. Project Manager Soldier Warrior Project Manager Soldier Warrior (PM SWAR) supports Soldiers through the acquisition of integrated Soldier system. Current systems include Land Warrior, Ground Soldier, Mounted Soldier, and Air Warrior. Project Manager Soldier Warrior 17 Dr. Jim Blake PEO STRI Program Executive Office for Simulation, (407)384-3524 COL Wheeler - DPEO (407)384-3506 Training and Instrumentation 18 Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation • Project Manager Constructive Simulation (PM ConSim) acquires, fields and sustains constructive simulations and integrated simulation environments to support Army Battle Command and Intelligence collective training requirements • Project Manager Combined Arms Tactical Trainers (PM CATT) manages the development, acquisition, fielding and life-cycle support of the virtual synthetic environment and associated Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) to support individual, institutional and collective training • Project Manager Future Force Simulation (PM FFS) serves as the Future Combat Systems (FCS) integrating agent for PEO STRI. PM FFS is the single point of contact for integration and interoperability of simulation solutions • Project Manager Instrumentation, Targets and Threat Simulators (PM ITTS) directs the research, development, design, acquisition, fielding, modification and capability accounting of major instrumentation, targets and threat simulators required for developmental and operational Test and Evaluation (T&E) and training. http://www.peostri.army.mil/ 19 Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation • PM Field OPS provides worldwide operations, maintenance, sustainment and instructional support of training systems used by the U.S. Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy and multinational coalition forces • Project Manager Training Devices (PM TRADE) is the Army's solution provider for instrumented training systems • PEO STRI Acquisition Center • Simulation and Training Omnibus Contract (STOC II) awarded in January 2009, STOC II provides the Warfighter with the next generation of simulation and training devices to meet the challenges of the joint operational environment • Warfighter Field Operations Customer Support Contract - (Warfighter FOCUS) is a contract that fully integrates the live, virtual and constructive training services at Army installations worldwide • Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance Services (SETA) Contract an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for SETA services was awarded in August 2009, with a period of performance of five years 20 BG Jess Scarbrough JPEO CBD Joint Program Executive Office (703)681-9600 Mr Bryce - DPEO Chemical and Biological Defense (703)681-5195 Joint Services single focal point for research, development, acquisition, fielding and life-cycle support of chemical and biological defense equipment and medical countermeasures. Joint Project Managers (JPMs) • Biological Defense (410) 436-5617 • Chemical Biological Medical Systems (301) 619-7400 • Collective Protection (540) 653-2719 • Decontamination (703) 617-2400 • Contamination Avoidance (410) 436-2566 • Guardian (703) 681-7773 • Individual Protection (703) 617-2400 • Information Systems (858) 537-0145 21 Mr. Kevin Fahey PEO CS&CSS (586)574-5105 PEO Combat Support & Combat Service Mr Bagwell - DPEO (586)574-5107 Support (CS&CSS) The PEO CS&CSS Conducts Life Cycle Management for the Army’s Combat Support and Combat Service Support (CS&CSS) Portfolio; supports the ARFORGEN model by Developing, Fielding, Sustaining, Resetting and integrating new technologies using a system of systems approach to support the Joint Warfighter. 22 PEO Combat Support & Combat Service Support (CS&CSS) • Project Manager, Force Projection (PM FP), assigned to the PEO Combat Support and Combat Service Support, leads the acquisition component of a fully integrated team that develops, produces, fields and sustains world-class materiel solutions to meet current and future support requirements of the U.S. Military across the operational spectrum. • Project Manager Joint Combat Support Systems (PM JCSS) programs include Product Manager Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (PM JLTV), Product Manager Sets, Kits, Outfits and Tools (PM SKOT), Product Director Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (PD TMDE) and the Expedited Modernization Initiative Procedure (EMIP) technology exhibitions. • Project Manager Tactical Vehicles (PM-TV) is committed to the goals and performance of a Joint Expeditionary Force, focusing on increasing the relevance and readiness of our Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV) fleet, and ensuring that the best possible product is available to support the current force and beyond. The current TWV fleet is composed of the M915, PLS, HET, HEMTT, FMTV, and HMMWV family of vehicles, as well as all associated trailers • Project Manager Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (PM-MRAP) program rapidly fields highly survivable, mobile, multi-mission vehicles to the Joint Force to meet urgent operational requirements 23 PEO Combat Support & Combat Service Support (CS&CSS) For information regarding market surveys, solicitations, TACOM Acquisitions Center requests for proposals, contracts: http://contracting.tacom.army.mil For technology and engineering: Tank Automotive Research 1.Advanced Vehicle Concepts Development and Engineering 2.Fuel and Lubricant Research Command (TARDEC) 3.Next Generation Software http://tardec.army.mil/ 4.Propulsion 5.Advanced Materials 6.Simulation For logistic support of vehicles and equipment not Integrated Logistic Support managed by the PEO: Center (ILSC) http://www.tacom.army.mil/main/ils c.html For Foreign Military Sales information: Foreign Military Sales Office http://www.dsca.osd.mil/home/forei gn_military_sales.htm For Small Business opportunities: Small Business Office http://contracting.tacom.army.mil/s http://peocscss.tacom.army.mil/ bo/sbo.htm 24 BG David Ogg PEO GCS (586)574-6662 Mr Asada - Acting DPEO (586)574-7703 PEO Ground Combat Systems The "System of Systems Integrator" of the Ground Combat Systems for the armed forces and lead the Army Transformation toward future systems as we evolve to the Objective Force while maintaining a current combat ready force. Abrams tanks, Bradley Fighting Vehicles and Paladins provide battlefield superiority in Iraq. The Stryker family, the Joint Lightweight 155mm Howitzer and Unmanned Ground Vehicles are evolving toward the Stryker and Objective Forces 25 PEO Ground Combat Systems 26 Program Executive Office Enterprise Mr. Gary Winkler PEO EIS Information Systems (703)806-4235 COL Lambkin - DPEO (703)806-0538 27 Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems Acquisition Business Systems (AcqBiz) Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems and Services (ALTESS) Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP) Army Human Resource System (AHRS) Army Knowledge Online/Defense Knowledge Online (AKO/DKO) Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software Solutions (CHESS) Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems (DCATS) Defense Informatajorion Management human Resources Systems (DIMHRS) Distributed Learning System (DLS) DoD Biometrics Force Management System (FMS) General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-Army) Information Technology Systems (ITS) Installation Management Systems – Army (IMS-A) Joint-Automatic Identification Technology (J-AIT) Logistics Information Systems (LIS) Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) Network Service Center (NSC) Reserve Component Automation System/Distributive Training Technology Project (RCAS/DTTP) Transportation Information Systems (TIS) 28 Mr. Dennis Bauman JPEO JTRS (619)524-4602 Joint Program Executive Office Mr Pace - DJPEO (619)524-4601 Joint Tactical Radio System http://jpeojtrs.mil/ 29 Joint Program Executive Office Joint Tactical Radio System JTRS waveform implementation consists of a Waveform Application Code, Radio Set Devices and Radio System Applications. The 32 JTRS waveforms have since been reduced to the following 9. •Wideband Networking Waveform (WNW) •Soldier Radio Waveform (SRW) •Joint Airborne Networking–Tactical Edge (JAN-TE) •Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) •SINCGARS Joint Tactical Radio System •Link-16 firstname.lastname@example.org •EPLRS •High Frequency (HF) For all Small Business (SBIR) •UHF SATCOM Inquiries please contact: JPEO_JTRS_SBIR@navy.mil 30 Mr. Conrad Whyne DIR CMA (410)436-3447 COL Billington - DPM (410)436-2659 http://www.cma.army.mil/home.aspx The U.S. Army's Chemical Materials Agency (CMA) is the world leader in programs to store, treat, and dispose of chemical weapons safely and effectively. CMA Headquarters Public Affairs Office, AMSCM-PA 5183 Blackhawk Road, APG-EA, MD 21010-5424 800-488-0648 31 Summary 32 Jonathan.email@example.com Back Up 33 U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command has ten subordinate organizations working to develop technologies for the Warfighter. RDECOM Acquisition Center Aviation Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA) Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) Research Laboratory (ARL) Communications-Electronic Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center (NSRDEC) Simulation and Training Technology Center (STTC) Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) 34 DoD 5000 Defense Acquisition System The Defense Acquisition System is the management process that guides all DoD acquisition programs. DoD Directive 5000.01, The Defense Acquisition System, provides the policies and principles that govern the defense acquisition system. 35