Command Briefing Template

Report
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SOF C4
“One Force,
One Environment”
Mr. John A. Wilcox
Director, J6/CIO
United States Special Operations Command
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64,000 SOF
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8,463
80
DEPLOYED
LOCATIONS
24/7
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Unified Commands
CJCS
SECRETARY OF
DEFENSE
SERVICE CHIEFS
U.S.
STRATEGIC
COMMAND
U.S.
PACIFIC
COMMAND
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U.S.
NORTHERN
COMMAND
U.S.
TRANSPORTATION
COMMAND
U.S.
SOUTHERN
COMMAND
U.S.
EUROPEAN
COMMAND
U.S.
SPECIAL OPERATIONS
COMMAND
U.S.
CENTRAL
COMMAND
U.S.
AFRICA
COMMAND
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COCOM / Service
… with
Service, Military
Department, and Defense
Agency-like
responsibilities
A Unified
Combatant Command
Deputy CDR
Tampa, FL
USSOCOM CDR
Vice CDR
Washington, DC
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Joint
United States
Army Special
Operations
Command
(USASOC)
Air Force
Special
Operations
Command
(AFSOC)
RANGERS
AVIATION - FIXED WING,
ROTARY WING, TILT
ROTOR
AVIATION
SPECIAL TACTICS
MISO
AIR FORCE SPECIAL
OPERATIONS SCHOOL
SPECIAL FORCES
CIVIL AFFAIRS
JFK SPECIAL
WARFARE CENTER
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Naval Special
Warfare Command
(NAVSPECWARCOM)
SEAL TEAMS
SPECIAL BOAT TEAMS
SEAL DELIVERY
VEHICLE TEAMS
NAVAL SPECIAL
WARFARE CENTER
Marine Corps
Special
Operations
Command
(MARSOC)
MARINE SPECIAL
OPERATIONS
REGIMENT
MARINE SPECIAL
OPERATIONS
SUPPORT GROUP
MARINE SPECIAL
OPERATIONS SCHOOL
Joint Special
Operations
Command
(JSOC)
Interagency
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Theater Special Operations Commands
USNORTHCOM
USEUCOM
SOCEUR
(Stuttgart, Germany)
SOCKOR
(Camp Kim, Seoul, Korea)
USCENTCOM
USAFRICOM
USSOUTHCOM
SOCCENT
(MacDill AFB, Florida)
USPACOM
USPACOM
SOCAFRICA
(Stuttgart, Germany)
SOCSOUTH
(Homestead ARB, Florida)
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SOCPAC
(Camp Smith, Hawaii)
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SOF Truths
Humans are more important than hardware
Quality is better than quantity
Special Operations Forces cannot be mass produced
Competent Special Operations Forces cannot be
created after emergencies occur
Most special operations require non-SOF support
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The SOF Operator
On average, he is about 34 years old, collegeeducated, married and has at least two kids.
A thinking athlete – football, track, wrestling
or water polo; enjoys games which require
problem solving (Chess).
He has 8 years experience in the General
Purpose Forces; has attended multiple
advanced tactical schools and speaks at least
one foreign language.
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Cost-Effective
• $10.4 Billion a year budget
• 1.7% of DoD budget
• 3% of DoD personnel
• 8,400+ deployed personnel in 80 countries
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SOF 2020
LOO 1. WIN THE CURRENT FIGHT
1.1 MAINTAIN GLOBAL
PRESSURE ON VEOs
1.2 UNIFY SOF
EFFORTS IN
AFGHANISTAN
OBJECTIVES:
1.3 MAXIMIZE
AFGHAN / HN
LEAD
TSOCs BECOME THE GCC’s
“FORCE OF CHOICE” SOLUTION
LOO 2. EXPAND THE GLOBAL SOF NETWORK
2.1 OBTAIN
SYNCH
AUTHORITIES
2.2 IMPLEMENT
TSOC MASTER
PLAN
2.3 STRENGTHEN NCR &
REGIONAL INTERACTION
2.4 ALIGN HQ TO
SUPPORT THE
NETWORK
2.5 GLOBAL SOF POM
14-18 / QDR APPROVED
3.2 INSTITUTIONALIZE
RESILIENCY SOLUTIONS
3.3 STRENGTHEN
SOF / FAMILIES
NETWORKED, AGILE SOF
SYNCHRONIZED GLOBALLY
MULTILATERAL SOF CAPABILITIES
THAT CAN IDENTIFY, DISRUPT
AND / OR DEFEAT THREATS
LOO 3. PRESERVE THE FORCE / FAMILIES
3.1 INCREASE PREDICTABILITY
THROUGH PERSTEMPO
ENDSTATE:
FREEDOM OF MANEUVER
TO REALIGN RESOURCES
3.4 IMPLEMENT
SOFORGEN
HEALTHY FORCE
AND FAMILIES
A GLOBALLY
NETWORKED
FORCE OF
INTERAGENCY,
ALLIES,
AND PARTNERS
ABLE TO
RAPIDLY AND
PERSISTENTLY
ADDRESS
REGIONAL
CONTINGENCIES
AND THREATS TO
STABILITY
LOO 4. RESPONSIVE RESOURCING
4.1 SUSTAIN CURRENT
PROGRAMATICS
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4.2 INCREASE
ACQUISITION AGILITY
4.3 ACHIEVE
AUDITABILITY
4.4 STRENGTHEN THE SIE
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SOF C4 Enterprise
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64,000 SOF
8,463
80
DEPLOYED
LOCATIONS
24/7
SOF C4
700+ Deployed Nodes
54 Garrison Locations
5 Regional Support Centers
(RSC)
2 SOF Data Centers
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J6 / CIO Mission Statement
Install, operate, maintain, and defend the global /
expeditionary SOF Information Environment (SIE)
in order to provide standards based, interoperable,
redundant C4ISR services to garrison and deployed SOF
as an enabling capability to planning and execution of
pre-crisis activities and on-going global operations.
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J6 / CIO Directorate
Director, J6/ CIO
DISA (SOC)
PEO for C4
Mr Wilcox
CAPT Slevin
Deputy Director
Col Hill
Mr Davis
Exec Officer
MAJ Smith
Chief
Engineer
SEA
CW4 Hughes
SGM Friend
Res Mgt Div
J6R
Mrs Phillips
Tech Advisor
Mr Burnham
ITMO Division
IA Division
C4 Ops Division
CIO Division
SAP / Special
Comm
J61
J62
J63
J65
J6X
Mr Langlois
Mrs Khoury
COL Bland
Mr Sheldon
LTC
Armentrout
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SOF C4 Enterprise
DoD CIO/CYBERCOM/DISA/GCC
•Combat Feedback
•Unconventional Uses
SOF Operator
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SOF Information Environment (SIE)
•Service Acquisition
•SOF-to-Service Transition
•Innovative Practices
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C4 Lines of Operation
• Expeditionary SOF Information Environment:
Global access to network services
• Governance: Reliability, interoperability, and
security through standards
• C4 Acquisition: Capability where and when the SOF
Operator needs it
• People: World class SOF C4 workforce enabled by
life long learning
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SOF Information Environment (SIE)
The information infrastructure, systems, policies,
processes, people, and knowledge that are required to
support the full spectrum of special operations activity,
from staff functions to war.
•
Extends the GIG to provide SOF-unique mission critical capabilities
worldwide, including non-traditional and austere locations (voice,
video, data; all classification levels)
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End-to-end assured communications…transport, services, & data
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Weapon system – operational effectiveness via life-cycle systems
management and programs of record
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Program Executive Office Command, Control,
Communications, and Computers (C4)
ENTERPRISE NETWORKS
TACTICAL COMMS
TRANSPORT
Tactical Local Area Network
SOF
Tactical
Comms
Radio Integrity System
SCAMPI
Blue Force Tracking
Joint Tactical C4I
Transceiver System
(not an acronym)
C4 and Intelligence Automation Systems /
Special Operations Command Research, Analysis,
and Threat Evaluation System
Distributed Data Center
MISO
Military Information Support Operations
Next Generation
Loudspeaker System
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MISO-Print
Media Production
Center
Fly-Away
Broadcast System
SOF Deployable Nodes /
Product Distribution System
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Program Executive Office Special Reconnaissance,
Surveillance, and Exploitation (SRSE)
TECHNICAL COLLECTION SYSTEMS
Hostile Forces – Tagging, Tracking, and Locating
INTEL SUPPORT SYSTEMS
Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination:
Distributed Common Ground/Surface System
Integrated Survey Program
Special Operations Tactical Video
System
Counter-Proliferation Analysis and
Planning System
Distributed Mission Training
and Rehearsal System
Joint Threat Warning System
FOCUSED RDT&E
Tagging, Tracking, and Locating
Special Reconnaissance
IDENTITY OPERATIONS
Biometrics and Forensics
Tactical Exploitation of National
Capabilities
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Quick
Reaction
Capabilities
Specialized
Communications
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SOF Information Technology
Enterprise Contract (SITEC)
• $250m annual Enterprise IT Contract supporting 54 fixed sites, 5 SOF
Strategic Entry Points (SSEPs) and +/- 700 deployed nodes
• DoD emphasis on performance based contracting drives increased portion of
contract into Fixed Price
• Multi-vendor construct includes six functional areas and 16 qualified vendors
• Using government/industry best practices and service models to structure
contract
– Moving to performance-based service delivery vice staff augmentation
• Increasing role of incentives in management of contractor performance
(55 SLAs)
– Mission outcomes
– Cost control
– Innovation
• Requirements for new contract were developed from ground up review
through Component IPT
• Managed by the J61 (ITMO)
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C4 Challenges
• Risk understanding; Risk mitigation; Risk
acceptance
• Power, Weight, Cube
• Resist the temptation to “develop” IT
solutions
• 85% is good enough
• Roles and responsibilities in Cyber
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Keeps Me Awake at Night
• Hurricanes
• Freedom of Space
• Wondering if IT Efficiencies will trump
Effectiveness
• Remembering we have been at War for
eleven years, and SOF Operators are still in
harms way
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What You Can Do
• Get a MUOS handheld terminal to market
• Treat efficient power/battery use as KPPs
• IT is a Team Sport; make sure you play well with
others
• Treat our networks like corporate proprietary;
tell us when you have a breach
• Understand our business before proposing
solutions
• Expectation Management; don’t sell what you
can’t deliver
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Keys to Success
• Focus on the SOF Warrior
– Understand their requirements  constant communications
with Component, TSOC, CJSOTF “6’s”; solicit the “good idea”
directly from the field
– Leverage government and industry best practices / cutting edge
technology to satisfy those requirements
• Manage expectations vice projects
– Primary obstacles are Policy & Culture – Not Technology
– Portray User/Business Benefit – Not Technical Capability
• Cultivate the workforce
– Commitment to individual training and training budget
– Certification bonuses and criteria
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Questions?
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