Team CBRNE Panel Presentation

Report
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Chesapeake Science
and Security Corridor
Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense
Mr. Timothy McNamara
Chief of Infrastructure, Security & Community Relations
Joint Program Executive Office
for Chemical and Biological Defense
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TEAM CBRNE
Life cycle responsibility for the safety and defense of our
Warfighters, Civilians and Nation against
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield Explosives
(CBRNE) threats:
• Understand the challenge to the warfighter and the nation
• Provide medical and materiel solutions
• Safely destroy the nation’s chemical stockpile and non-stockpiled
chemical materiel
• Promote health and prevent disease, injury and disability among
Soldiers; military retirees and their families; and civilian employees,
and assure effective veterinary services for the Army and
Department of Defense (DoD)
• Provide operational forces to counter CBRNE and weapons of
mass destruction (WMD) threats
• Stay current with technologies related to emerging CBRNE threats
TEAM CBRNE: WORLD CLASS VISION
TEAM CBRNE: WORLD CLASS VISION
The Nation’s preeminent source of CBRNE Defense capabilities.
CBRNE Center of Excellence for
RDT&E, Acquisition, Operations, Health Surveillance, Emergency
Response, and Demilitarization;
massing the synergy of Government, Industry and
Academia,
providing critical capabilities for the Nation’s defense
against WMD or CBRNE threats!
TEAM CBRNE reflects a Whole of Government approach to
Combating Weapon Of Mass Destruction (CWMD).
World Class caliber will remain our standard.
APG CWMD CAPABILITIES
Warfighter
NATIONAL
CWMD
SOLUTIONS
APG Partners
Providing Critical Capabilities for the Nation’s Defense Against WMD or CBRNE Threats
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TEAM CBRNE: WORLD CLASS VISION
Attract , sustain and equip a
high performance and agile
Workforce whose
collective efforts yield the
best capability for the
Nation’s Warfighers and First
Responders
Develop a
CBRNE Technology Corridor in
concert with strategic partners from
Government , Industry, and
Academia that enables Team CBRNE’s
mission success
Construct, enhance and maintain
Facilities and Infrastructure
that enable our employees to best
support of our Warfighters
Build Esprit de Corps by
enhancing Quality of Life
and the aesthetic qualities
of APG Edgewood Area
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Chesapeake Science
and Security Corridor
Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense
Mr. Douglas Bryce
Deputy, Joint Program Executive Officer
for Chemical and Biological Defense
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Joint Program Executive Office
for Chemical and Biological Defense
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Mission:
Provide Research, Development, Acquisition Fielding and
Life Cycle Support of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and
Nuclear Defense Equipment, Medical Countermeasures and
Installation and Force Protection Integrated Capabilities
Supporting the National Strategies.
Vision:
An Agile, Results-Oriented, and Transformational
Acquisition Enterprise Delivering Net-Centric, Modular,
Tailorable and Multi-Purpose Capabilities to the Nation.
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for Chemical and Biological Defense
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• Successfully Completed BRAC Move into APG-Edgewood Area
• Premier “Edgewood Team CBRNE” Organization Working to
Create a Center of Excellence to Support the Warfighter
• Our Mission is Expanding
– Protection, Detection, Decontamination, Information
Systems, Integrated Base Defense, Biosurveillance, Medical
Countermeasures, Next Generation Diagnostics, Global CWMD
Awareness System
• Expanding Mission Means Greater Need for Industry Partnerships
– $3.5B in Contract Opportunities Over the Next Five Years
• Partner to Develop Edgewood, MD into THE Dominant DoD CBRN
Marketplace for Commercial Industry
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Why A CBRN Technology Corridor?
The Value Proposition
For Government:
Advanced Technology Industries Clustered in a Collaborative Setting Foster Scientific
Advancements and Industrial Development.
-- Brookings Institution
New Reality:
The Dominant DoD CBRN Marketplace for
Commercial Industry is Edgewood, Maryland
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Why Develop a University Research Park?
• Leverage Business growth/BRAC Activities in North Eastern Maryland
• Support/leverage MD’s Research & Development for benefit to
APG/North Eastern Maryland Community
• Ensure/support Correct Mix of Higher Education Degrees
– Undergraduate, Graduate (Masters, Doctorate , Post Doc) in STEM, Cyber,
C4ISR, Chemical/Biological, Test & Evaluation, Other Domains
• Foster Industry/University/Government Interaction and Collaboration
via Proximity
– Interaction Facilitates Internships, High Technology Employment
Opportunities, Collaborative Research & Development, Equipment Sharing,
Technology Transfer, etc.
Environmental Factors Support
Creation of University Research Park
in North Eastern Maryland Area
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Mr. Douglas Bryce
Deputy, Joint Program Executive Officer
for Chemical and Biological Defense
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U.S. Army Edgewood
Chemical Biological Center
Overview
Mr. Alvin D. Thornton
Director, Engineering
13 December 2012
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US Army Structure (CBD)
U.S. Army
Assistant Secretary of
the Army for
Acquisition, Logistics
and Technology
ASA(ALT)
Army Materiel
Command (AMC)
GEN Dennis L. Via
Training and Doctrine
Command (TRADOC)
Forces Command
(FORSCOM)
Surgeon General
Joint Program
Executive Office for
Chemical and
Biological Defense
(JPEO-CBD)
U.S. Army
Research, Development
& Engineering Command
(RDECOM)
Mr. Dale Ormond
SES
Medical Research and
Materiel Command
(MRMC)
U.S. Army Schools
U.S. Army CBRN
School
20th Support
Command
(CBRNE)
Medical Research
Medical Research
Institute of Chemical
Institute of Infectious
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Public Release
Defense for
(MRICD)
Diseases (MRIID)
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ECBC Senior Leadership
Safety Director
George Collins
Associate Technical Director
Dr. James A. Baker
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
Joseph D. Wienand
Senior Research Scientist,
Chemistry
Dr. Way Fountain
Senior Research Scientist,
Biotechnology
Dr. Jay Valdes
RESEARCH &
TECHNOLOGY
Director
Dr. Joseph L.
Corriveau
PROGRAM
INTEGRATION
Director
Suzanne
Milchling
ENGINEERING
Director
Alvin D. “AJay”
Thornton
Senior Research Scientist,
Bio Chemistry
Dr. Jose-Luis Sagripanti
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Adapt in a Changing World
1915-1939
Response to
Chemical Threat
1940-1969
1970-1999
2000-2009
Increased Research &
Development
Progress Toward
Elimination
Supporting the Global
War on Terror
2010-Today
Address Emerging
Threats
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Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
Specialized Workforce
Chemical Transfer Facility
Total Manpower: 1,196*
Expertise Across Lifecycle
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Unique Infrastructure
Deployable Employees:
– 250 field-deployable scientists,
engineers, technicians and operators
Staff in Personnel Reliability Program (PRP)
– 455 staff, 56 dual BPRP and CPRP
Total Acquisition Personnel
– 523 total acquisition personnel
Biologists
Other 4%
12%
Only U.S.-declared
Single Small Scale
Facility under the
Chemical Weapons
Convention.
Computer
Scientists
Physical 2%
Scientists
8%
Chemical
Engineers
18%
Advanced Degrees
95
216
Bachelor
515
Master
PhD
Science and Technology for
Emerging Threats
CB Agent Handling and Surety
CBRNE Material Acquisition
CBRNE Analysis and Testing
McNamara Life Sciences
Research Facility
Chemistry and Biological Sciences
CB Munitions and Field Operations
Uniquely designed for
cutting edge research,
toxicological testing,
genomics and proteomics,
accompanied by a BSL-3
laboratory environment.
Engineers
36%
Chemists
20%
Core Technical Competencies
Advanced Chemistry Laboratory
Features advanced toxic
agent laboratories,
environmental chambers
and secure work spaces
for classified material.
1.22M ft2 Laboratory Space
64 BSL-2 and 2 BSL-3 Laboratories
317 Chemical Surety Hoods
3 Explosive Test Chambers
Several Outdoor Ranges
Forensic Analytical Capabilities
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Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
BROAD CUSTOMER BASE
Joint Service, Government Agencies, Private
Industry, Foreign Governments
RESEARCH
TECHNOLOGY
DESIGN
TEST
FIELD
OPERATIONS
PROVIDING CBRNE DEFENSE SOLUTIONS TO THE WARFIGHTER
BARCODED
SPORES
BACILLUS
THURINGIENSIS
TAC-BIO
TACTICAL
BIOLOGICAL
DETECTOR
CRESS KIT
PACAD
WMD ELIMINATION
HOMEMADE
EXPLOSIVES
DETECTION KIT
PALM-SIZED
AUTOMATED
CHEMICAL
AGENT
DETECTOR
AUSTRALIA
ALBANIA
SEATTLE
DOVER
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Challenges
?
Real challenges, but reason
for optimism
• Shrinking DoD budgets
– ECBC funding has been relatively
steady
UNCERTAINTY
AHEAD
• Aging workforce
– Young talent already in place
– Programs to train future leaders
• Future workforce
– Robust STEM Education effort
• Elections
– While over, must wait to see
impact
– More clarity within the next few
months
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The Nation’s Center of Excellence
for Medical Chemical Defense
3100 Ricketts Point Rd, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland 21010
Kevin Pitzer, LTC, MS
Deputy Commander
Web: http://usamricd.apgea.army.mil
UNCLASSIFIED
Facebook: www.facebook.com/USAMRICD
MISSION and VISION
Mission
Discover and develop medical products and knowledge
solutions against chemical threats through research,
education & training,
and consultation.
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Vision
To strengthen our nation and the world by rendering
chemical threats medically harmless.
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Research
Consultation
Education & Training
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Unique medical chemical defense mission and organization
Clinicians and research scientists working together to develop medical
countermeasures
Internationally recognized expertise in medical chemical defense
.1 programs
Chemical safety/surety/security/intel
Only Institute to license a product through the FDA under the “animal
rule” (pyridostigmine bromide)
Co-location with other CBRN partners at Edgewood
Well established collaborative efforts with academia, industry, other
federal agencies, and international partners
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Research
Consultation
Education & Training
Nerve Agent
Countermeasures
Analytical
-Diagnostics
-Reactivators
-Neuroprotectants
-Anticonvulsants
-Pretreatments
-ADMET
-Forensics
Knowledge
Solutions
-Consultation
-Education
-Training
Toxicants
-Cyanide Interventions
-TIC Interventions
-BoNT Interventions
-HD Interventions
-Classified Agent Interventions
-Pulmonary Protections
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Agent Mitigation
-Bioscavengers
-Decontamination
•Enterprise/Core Capabilities
•ADMET
•Proteomics/Genomics
•Imaging
•BotNT Consortium
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•Increase Collaborations
•DoD Labs
•Other Government Agencies and Departments
•Academia
•International
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Research
Consultation
Education & Training
RECAPITALIZATION
.1
UNCLASSIFIED
Research
Consultation
Education & Training
The Nation’s Center of Excellence
for Medical Chemical Defense
3100 Ricketts Point Rd, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland 21010
Web: http://usamricd.apgea.army.mil
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U.S. Army Public Health Command
Overview
Presented by:
John J. Resta
Director, Institute for Public Health
Deputy to the Commander, Army Public Health Command
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Vision
World-Class Provider of Public Health Services across DA and DoD.
Mission
Promote health and prevent disease, injury, and disability of Soldiers
and military retirees, their Families, and DA Civilian employees;
assure effective execution of full spectrum veterinary services for
Army and DoD Veterinary missions.
Public Health Command
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Why do we need Public Health?
Communicable
diseases
1776
1776-
Environmental Pollution, Workplace
Hazards and Injuries
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
Social health and lifestyle
1995
2000
2005
2010
Future Initiatives
General Washington vaccinates the
Continental Army against smallpox
1982 - The Armed Forced Pest Management
Board recommends the use of
permethrin as a military clothing
treatment.
2001 - U.S. Army Center for Health
Promotion and Preventive Medicine
responds to 9-11 incident at Pentagon
and to anthrax at Federal post offices
and Hart Senate Office Building
2009 - Ft Hood shooting and Behavioral Health
Epidemiological Consultations
2010 - Gulf of Mexico Oil spill. Investigated dispersant
and hydrocarbon levels in seafood
Shoulder-To-Shoulder:
“No Soldier Stands Alone”
2011 - Public Health Command created
2011 - Public Health Command response to Japanese
earthquake
2011 - National Prevention Strategy signed by the
President of the United States
Public Health Command
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USAPHC Organizational Structure
Executive Agencies**
Functional Proponent for Preventive Medicine (FPPM)*
Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center
(National Capital Region)
Military Vaccine Agency
USAPHC Headquarters
Proponency Office for Preventive Medicine
(Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.)
(NCR, APG, Joint Base San Antonio, Tex.)
(NCR)
PHC Region-South
(JB San Antonio, Tex.)
PHC Region-North
(Fort Meade, Md.)
PHC Region-West
(JB Lewis-McChord, Wash.)
PHC Region-Pacific
(Camp Zama, Japan)
Food Analysis &
Diagnostic Lab
DOD Military Working
Dog Veterinary Service
PHCD-Fort Hood, Tex.
PHCD-Fort Gordon, Ga.
PHC Region-Europe
(Landstuhl, Germany)
Veterinary Lab
Europe
PHCD-Fort Belvoir, Va.
PHCD-Fort Eustis, Va.
PHCD-Fort Knox, Ky.
PHCD-Fort Carson, Colo.
PHCD-San Diego, Calif.
PHCD-JB Lewis-McChord,
Wash.
PHCD-Central Pacific
PHCD-Western Pacific
PHCD-Korea
PHCD-Japan
PHCD-Southern Europe
PHCD-Northern Europe /
Dog Center Europe
Branches & Sections
Branches & Sections
Branches & Sections
Branches & Sections
Army Institute of
Public Health
(APG, Md.)
Technical Public
Health Portfolios
Branches & Sections
NOTE: Installations specified in parentheses represent the command group location, not units
conducting short or long-term split operations, e.g. HQ, PHCR-North, and PHCR-Pacific.
* The USAPHC commanding general also serves as the Functional Proponent for Preventive Medicine (FPPM)
** Executive agencies receive administrative support from USAPHC, but the Army surgeon general
oversees them
Public Health Command
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Color Legend – Level of PH Services
Black
Major Subordinate Command (V)
Grey
Executive Agencies
Burgundy
Tan
Regional Command (IV)
VETSVC Area or Installation (I-III)
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AIPH Organizational Structure
Army Institute of Public Health
(Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.)
Epidemiology & Disease
Surveillance
(EDS) Portfolio
Environmental Health
Engineering
(EHE) Portfolio
Health Promotion &
Wellness
(HPW) Portfolio
Health Risk Management
(HRM) Portfolio
Laboratory Sciences
(LAB) Portfolio
Professional Medical Education
Entomological Sciences
Army Public Health Nursing
Health Risk Communication
Lab Operations
Injury Prevention
Water Supply Management
Army Wellness Centers
Environmental Health Risk
Assessment
Lab Analytical
Disease Epidemiology
Surface Water & Waste Water
Behavioral Health Operations
Deployment Environmental
Surveillance
Lab Consultant
Behavioral & Social Health
Outcomes
Hazardous & Medical Waste
Health Promotion Operations
Ground Water & Solid Waste
Public Health Assessment
Global Threat Assessment
Environmental Surveillance
Integration
Air Quality Surveillance
Operational Noise
Occupational &
Environmental Medicine
(OEM) Portfolio
Occupational Health
Sciences
(OHS) Portfolio
Toxicology
(TOX) Portfolio
Veterinary Services
(VET) Portfolio
Army Hearing Program
Radiofrequency / Ultrasound
Toxicity Evaluation
Clinical Veterinary Medicine
Tri-Service Vision Conservation
& Readiness
Laser/Optical Radiation
Health Effects Research
Food Protection
Environmental Medicine
Occupational Medicine
Surety Medicine
Health Physics
Industrial Hygiene Field Services
Industrial Hyg. Medical Safety
Management
Health Hazard Assessment
Public Health Command
Ergonomics
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Personnel/Budget
Personnel as of Nov 2012
Budget
(3,167)
FY12
Executed
Contractor
223 (7%)
Public Health Command
$ 185.5
Reimb.
$ 15.6
FY13
Planned
NAF
359 (11%)
Local Nat’l
77 (2%)
DHP
OCO
Civilian
1009(32%)
Military
1499 (47%)
$ (million)
$ 8.7
$ (million)
DHP
$ 150.2
Reimb.
$ 12.1
OCO
$ 15.3
NOTE: FY 12 DHP Execution includes one time project funding.
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Breadth of Knowledge
Laboratory Animal Veterinarian
Sanitary Engineer
Occupational Health Nurse
Health Physicist
Animal Care Specialist
Audiologist
Meteorologist
Geologist
Chemist
Nuclear Medical Science Officer
Safety and Occupational Health Specialist
Chaplain
Psychologist
Entomologist
Safety Engineer
Statistician Veterinary Pathologist
Medical Laboratory Specialist
Ergonomist
Physicist
Fire Protection Engineer
Dietitian
Physiologist
Acoustical Engineer
Wildlife Biologist
Medical Officer
Dental Officer
Social Worker
Veterinarian
Agronomist
Optometrist
Toxicologist
Epidemiologist
Electrical Engineer
Marine Biologist
Mechanical Engineer
Environmental Engineer
Physical Therapist
Community Health Nurse
Industrial Hygienist
Clinical Medicine Veterinarian
Environmental Law Attorney
Comparative Medicine Veterinarian
Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist
Public Health Command
Environmental Scientist
Veterinary Services Food Safety Officer
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Preventive Medicine Physician
Environmental Protection Specialist
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AIPH Laboratory Replacement
•Replaces 11 40-90 year old buildings providing laboratory and logistical support
•Combines Occupational, Environmental, Toxicology, Industrial Hygiene, Laser,
Radiofrequency, Food Safety/Defense, and Entomology laboratories
•$210 Million
•Groundbreaking FY14
Healthy
Community
Healthy
Animals
Healthy
People
Healthy
Work Places
Public Health Command
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Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical
Industry Group Overview
Bill Baugh NBC Industry Group
Vice Chairman
Who We Are
 Non-profit organization of 135-plus companies focusing on the
CBRNE mission.
 Member companies have offices in the Aberdeen/Edgewood area.
 Formed in 1996 to provide a voice from the CBRNE industrial base
that could be heard in both the Department of Defense and in
Congress.
 Our goal is to ensure that our Warfighters and First Responders have
the very best equipment to meet current and emerging CBRNE
threats.
Mission
 Inform and educate the general public as well as Federal, State, and
local Governments on nuclear, biological, and chemical defense
matters relating to combating WMDs, combating terrorism, and
protecting homeland security
 Advance the development of NBC defense capabilities for the U.S.
Armed Forces
 Advance the development of NBC defense capabilities for Homeland
Defense First Responders
How We Meet Our Mission
 The NBCIG encourages government / industry synergy and collaboration
 Conduct monthly membership meetings at Fort Myer, VA with senior
government officials
 Produce and distribute a CBRNE industry handbook to senior government
officials, key Members of Congress, congressional staff, and industry
partners
 The Board of Directors meets periodically with key senior government
officials (Executive and Legislative Branches) and industry to discuss
industry issues of interest
 Provide an NBC Industry Group Web site for the exchange of information
within the CBRNE community
 Support national and international CBRNE and military communities
Questions ?
[email protected]
Cell: 410-980-1732

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