New Rules for Delivering

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Oct 19, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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Rich Byrne

The MITRE Corporation

Senior Vice President and General Manager

Command and Control Center

rbyrne@mitre.org

New Rules for Delivering

Warfighter Capabilities

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“Affordability,

Efficiency, & Effectiveness”

is Job 1

and Job 2 and Job 3

Affordability Analysis


Army email consolidation
is expected to save

$500M over 5 years

(from $117 to $38/seat)



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Set Affordability Goals On Every Program

AFNET $1B Challenge (asset management virus?)

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Continually Assess Requirements

$0
$200
$400
$600
$800
$500
$600
$700
$800
$900
$1,000
Cost ($) vs. CPU Speed
(MHz)

How Many
Req’ts

Can Be Re
-
Optimized? (up to 77%!)

2 Yr Capability Sets

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Effectiveness: What is a Pound of C2 Worth?

Space TTX, FAA Data Sharing, VATSIM

2.5x Increase in Kills with JTIDS in cockpit

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“COTS” is Good Enough

and we really will use it ‘as is’

Use ERPs “As Is”

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Find Acceptable CONOPS That Use COTS As Is

minimize custom extensions

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Forecast: Commercial Clouds & Mobile Phones

Lead the Shift To Commercial Service Providers


Communicate battlefield requirements with physical
challenges
-

not paper specs


Vendors invest to compete, government buys based on
physical evidence


Viable robots fielded faster

JIEDDO Counter
-
IED Robotics

(
Throwable robot mobility challenge)

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Challenge
-
Based Acquisition

No More ‘Bad’ Programs

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they will be cancelled

Technical Benchmarks for Rapid Industry Assessments

Understand Industry Capabilities

Do Your Systems Engineering Up Front

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Reduce Technical Risk Before Going On Contract

Deploy Smaller, Quicker Components


Deployed in 5 months, adapted/downloaded mission apps on the fly, streamlined C&A
process from months to days, preliminary cost savings of 4 to 1 versus traditional
software development.


Applying to Army, DISA, Navy, AF, USMC, and WHCA

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Adopt Faster, Cheaper Apps Store Deployment Model

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Independent Full Spectrum Program
Assessments

Set a New Standard on Transparency/Credibility

Cyber Mission $ Going Up

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but spend it differently

Invest Across The Cyber Kill Chain

Recon

Weaponize

Deliver

Exploit

Control

Execute

Maintain


Obtain information to conduct the attack

Recon


Place payload into delivery vehicle

Weaponize


Send the attack to the potential victim

Deliver


The point of no return

Exploit


Direct the victim system to take actions

Control


Fulfill mission requirements

Execute


Insure future access

Maintain

Detection Left of Exploit; Resiliency Right of Exploit

Cyber Mission Focus

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Move from Net Ops to Mission Ops

Collocate Developers

and Operators



Map The Mission

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Near Peer Replaces Peace Keeping

demands 10X innovation

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10X Game
-
Changers

Near Peer Requires Transformational Capabilities

Resilient Comms

Micro
-
PNT

FMV


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Use machine vision to improve
and automate FMV targeting


Triangulate targets in 3D for
latitude, longitude and altitude


Reduce targeting timeline to
from 45 min to seconds


Eliminate requirement for pre
-
registered reference data


Strike quality targeting


Location errors 2
-
5m
(previously 100m or more)


NGA Validation for weapons
delivery in FY12

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q
vision_2


q
vision_1

Time T
1

Time T
2

(+~60 sec)

D
gps

~5 m

Repurpose Existing Assets

1.
“Affordability, Efficiency, & Effectiveness” is Job 1
(and Job 2 and Job 3)

2.
“COTS” is Good Enough




(and we really will use it)

3.
No More ‘Bad’ Programs




(they’ll be cancelled)

4.
Cyber Mission $ Going Up





(but spend it differently)

5.
Near Peer Replaces Peace Keeping


(demands 10X innovation)

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ESC Can and Is Leading The Way

The New Rules of Acquisition

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Early Wins to Achieve the ESC Mission

Using the “New Rules”

ESC will be the source for affordable secure networks
(AFNET)
, world class C3 intelligence systems
(NC3)
,
and both combat and mission support capabilities
(ERPs)
to enable the Joint mission


We will rapidly deliver
(AOC)

and adapt cyber
(Single
Cyber Program)
and combat capabilities
(AA/AD)

for
effectiveness in a rapidly evolving operational
environment

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