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DDR&E Overview
16 December 2010
COL Brian Bedell, USA
Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering
AT&L Organization
UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
(ACQUISITION, TECHNOLOGY AND LOGISTICS)
The Honorable Ashton B. Carter
PRINCIPAL DEPUTY
The Honorable Frank Kendall, III
ASSISTANT
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
(ACQUISITION)
(Performing Duties)
Mr. Shay Assad
DIRECTOR,
HUMAN
CAPITAL INITIATIVES
Mr. Garry Shafovaloff
(Acting)
DIRECTOR, DEFENSE
RESEARCH & ENGINEERING
Honorable Andrew Weber
Honorable Zachary Lemnios
DEPUTY UNDER
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
(LOGISTICS & MATERIEL
READINESS) (Performing Duties)
Mr. Alan Estevez
DIRECTOR,
ACQUISITION
RESOURCES & ANALYSIS
DIRECTOR,
INTERNATIONAL
COOPERATION
DIRECTOR,
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
DIRECTOR,
ADMINISTRATION
Dr. Nancy Spruill
Mr. Alfred Volkman
Maj Gen William McCasland
Ms. Judy Dahlgren
Updated 12/16/2010
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ATSD NUCLEAR & CHEMICAL
& BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
PROGRAMS
ASSISTANT
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
( INSTALLATIONS
& ENVIRONMENT)
Dr. Dorothy Robyn
DIRECTOR,
DEFENSE
PROCUREMENT
& ACQUISITION POLICY
Mr. Shay Assad
DIRECTOR,
SMALL BUSINESS
PROGRAMS
DIRECTOR,
TEST RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT CENTER
DIRECTOR,
MISSILE DEFENSE
AGENCY
Ms. Linda Oliver (Acting)
Dr. John Foulkes
LTG Patrick J. O’Reilly
DIRECTOR OF
OPERATIONAL
ENERGY PLANS &
PROGRAMS
Honorable Sharon Burke
EXEC DIRECTOR,
DEFENSE SCIENCE
BOARD
DIRECTOR,
CORROSION
POLICY & OVERSIGHT
Mr. Brian Hughes
Mr. Daniel J. Dunmire
DDR&E Organization
Joint Support
Knollmann
Joint
DTIC
Interoperability
Durham (Acting)
Quinlan
Technical
Intelligence
Flagg
Political appointee
DDR&E
Lemnios
Principal Deputy
Career SES / GS-15
Shaffer
DARPA
Dugan
Joint
Reserve Dir.
Barton
Director, Research
Honey
PD - van Tilborg
Director,
Systems Engineering
Welby
PD - Baldwin
Director, Rapid Fielding
Wyatt
Technologies
van Tilborg
Systems Analysis
VACANT
STEM
Adolfie
Major Program Support
Thompson
Joint Rapid
Acquisition Cell
Dee
Program Integration
Office
Moore
Basic Science
Staffin
Mission Assurance
Torelli
Rapid Reaction
Technology Office
Fogg
PD - Riley
Director, Developmental
Test & Evaluation
Greer
PD - DiPetto
Program Guidance and
Assessment
Mosser-Kerner
Air Warfare
Axiotis
Land & Expeditionary
Warfare
Lopes
Laboratories
Fischer
Joint Capability
Tech. Demonstrations
Vogt
Naval Warfare
Clancy
DMEA
Glum
Comparative
Technology Office
Burns
Net Centric, Space &
Joint Systems
Shanahan
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Secretary Gates’ Priorities
1. Take care of our people
2. Rebalancing the military
3. Reforming what and how
we buy
4. Supporting our troops in
the field
SECDEF Efficiency Initiative
9 August 2010
Secretary of Defense, HASC Budget Rollout Brief, February 2010
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DDR&E Imperatives
1. Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities
to win the current fight.
2. Prepare for an uncertain future.
3. Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of
our major defense acquisition programs.
4. Develop world class science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics capabilities for
the DoD and the Nation.
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DDR&E Imperatives
1. Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities
to win the current fight.
2. Prepare for an uncertain future.
3. Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of
our major defense acquisition programs.
4. Develop world class science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics capabilities for
the DoD and the Nation.
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Bringing Capabilities to the Fight
Helicopter Alert and Threat Termination-Acoustic (HALTT-A )
Threat sensors mounted to fuselage exterior
Stiletto
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MRAP-ATV
PGSS
Basic Research Feedstock
Rapid
Fielding Architecture
for DoD
Capabilities
Management
Framework
Requirements
Development /
Acquisition
Fielding
DTM 10-002
Capability
Gaps
Joint Staff J8
Validation
JROC
Validation
• JUON
• Urgent needs
• Directed
Initiatives
Buy
Technical
Assessment
Resource
Assessment
Develop
Existing capability
Basic
Research
Quick
Reaction
Development
S&T Concepts
Key
COCOM
Components
Joint Staff
DDR&E JRAC
RF, S&T, QDR Update
07/08/2010 Page-4
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Field
Demo
FOUO
COTS Available
capability
Training &
Logistics
Field Initial
Capability
Field
Objective
Capability
Continuing the Push for
Capabilities to the Fight
FY 10
Aug
Sep
Talon Dashboard
TISC
PEAK
FY 11
Oct
Nov
Dec
Single Card Solution
Jan
S/W
Reprogrammable
Radio
Light
Wave
Mobile
Modular
C2
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Apr
HALTT-A
GunPACS
Joint Medical
Distant Support &
Evacuation
May
Jun
Jul
Force Directed
Layout
Operational
3D
Rapid Reaction
Tunnel Detect
JFPASS
Cat
Eyes
Mar
Tactical Beyond Line
of Sight Comms
Common Ground
MADSS
Feb
SOF Forward
Trauma Mgt Set
SCAR Fire
Control System
Sea Tracker
XFC Submerged
Launch UAV
Precision Sniper
Rifle
DDR&E Imperatives
1. Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities
to win the current fight.
2. Prepare for an uncertain future.
3. Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of
our major defense acquisition programs.
4. Develop world class science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics capabilities for
the DoD and the Nation.
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Strengthening the
Department’s S&T Enterprise
Basic Research
Fast Track Studies
-Electronic Warfare
-Computer Science
-Cyber Operations
-Energy & Water
-Rapid Capability Tool Kit
Task Forces
Helo
Survivability
Base
Protection
Tag, Track,
Locate
C-IED SIG
Support
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QDR
Missions’
Architectures
S&T Enterprise:
A Shift to Strategic Focus
DDR&E
Policy
J8
Navy
DARPA
EXCOM
NCB
Army
Air Force
Industrial Policy
Deputies Council
Technology
Focus Teams
Communities
of Interest
Strategic Drivers
CoCom Needs
6 TFTs
11 COIs
QDR, NSS…
JUONs, IPLs …
• Leadership Commitment
• High-Priority Objectives
• Tightly-Focused Agendas
• Structured Decision Packages
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Mission Driven Capabilities
1. Defend the United States and
Support Civil Authorities at Home
• Data to Decisions
• Cyber
2. Succeed in Counterinsurgency,
Stability, and Counterterrorist
Operations
• Autonomy
3. Build the Security Capacity of
Partner States
• Countering Weapons of
Mass Destruction (CWMD) –
Next Generation Capabilities
4. Deter and Defeat Aggression in
Anti-Access Environments
5. Prevent Proliferation and Counter
Weapons of Mass Destruction
6. Operate Effectively in Cyberspace.
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• Human Systems
• Secure System Design
(System Trust)
• Electronic Warfare/
Electronic Protection
DDR&E Imperatives
1. Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities
to win the current fight.
2. Prepare for an uncertain future.
3. Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of
our major defense acquisition programs.
4. Develop world class science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics capabilities for
the DoD and the Nation.
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Systems Engineering Mission
Develop and grow the Systems Engineering
capability in DoD
Apply best engineering practices to:
– Support and advocate for DoD
Component initiatives
– Help program managers identify and
mitigate risks
– Shape technical planning and
management
– Provide technical insight to OSD
stakeholders
– Identify systemic issues for resolution
above the program level
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The “E” in DDR&E
Developmental Test &
Evaluation Mission
DDT&E supports program offices and the DoD
T&E community early and continuously to
ensure test planning and resourcing are
adequate to discover system deficiencies,
support system development, and evaluate
system performance.
DT&E
OT&E
DDT&E will improve DoD developmental test and
evaluation practice by focusing on:
•
•
•
•
Support to Programs and Program Offices
Improving DT&E Policy & Oversight
Advancing DT&E Capability
Improving Service DT&E Competencies
Early Insight for System Development
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TRMC
DDR&E Imperatives
1. Accelerate delivery of technical capabilities
to win the current fight.
2. Prepare for an uncertain future.
3. Reduce the cost, acquisition time and risk of
our major defense acquisition programs.
4. Develop world class science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics capabilities for
the DoD and the Nation.
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World-class STEM
Education & Outreach
Thousands of Graduates
First Degrees in Natural Sciences and
Engineering by Country
National Science Board, S&E Indicators, 2010
OSD Services,
Agencies,
Components
K – 12
Undergrad /
Grad
Teachers
Faculty
Military
Public
Outreach
33
1,500,000
students
11,000
20,000
300
1,600
Est. 2,000,000
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DDR&E Coordinates
Innovation
Speed
Agility
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