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United States Fleet Forces
Command…Comptroller Overview
RDML (S) John P. Polowczyk
Comptroller
USFFC
May 14, 2013
UNCLASSIFIED
Agenda
• Understanding United States Fleet Forces
Command
• How We Produce Readiness
• Fiscal Update
• Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR)
• United States Fleet Forces Command Contract
Efforts
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Mission
• Train, certify and provide combat-ready Navy forces to Combatant
Commanders that are capable of conducting prompt, sustained naval,
joint, and combined operations in support of U.S. national interests.
• Command and control subordinate Navy forces and shore activities
during the planning and execution of assigned service functions in
support of Chief of Naval Operations.
• Provide operational planning and coordination support to Commander,
U.S. Northern Command (CDR USNORTHCOM), Commander U.S.
Element NORAD (CDR USELEMNORAD), and Commander, U.S. Strategic
Command (CDR USSTRATCOM).
• Command and control subordinate forces during the planning and
execution of joint missions as the Joint Forces Maritime Component
Commander North (JFMCC-N) to CDR USNORTHCOM.
Per FFC MF&T (OPNAVINST 5440.77B), Signed 25APR12
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Commander’s Intent
Warfighting first, but hollowness is not an option.
To successfully execute our mission, we must:
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Support and defend our homeland
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Send forward-deployed warfighters the most lethal Naval Forces possible
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Standardize Readiness production
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Drive costs down, and increase Readiness effectiveness
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Harness the power of properly trained and aligned staffs
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Synchronize actions and messages to produce effects
•
Hold Commanders and Leaders accountable for results
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U.S. Fleet Forces Roll Call
Postured to Meet
Global Mission Requirements
Surface
Aviation
Subsurface
~40,000 People*
~50,000 People*
~8,000 People*
76 Ships
1200+ Aircraft
32 Submarines
5 Aircraft Carriers
Expeditionary
Network Warfare
~30,000 People*
~15,000 People*
3 Riverine Squadrons
28 Activities
7 Construction Regiments
2 EOD Groups
11 MESF Squadrons
* Includes Military, Government
Civilian, and Private Contractor Staff
5 Logistics Regiments
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Command Relationships
U.S. NORTHERN
COMMAND
CHIEF OF
NAVAL OPERATIONS
U.S. STRATEGIC
COMMAND
U.S. PACIFIC FLEET
U.S. NAVAL FORCES EUROPE COMMAND
U.S. NAVAL FORCES CENTRAL COMMAND
U.S. NAVAL FORCES SOUTHERN COMMAND
U.S. NAVAL FORCES AFRICA COMMAND
CNIC
USFF
NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMMAND
REGIONAL
COMMANDERS
MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND
FLEET CYBER COMMAND
SHORE INSTALLATION
COMMANDERS
AIR
FORCES
ATLANTIC
NAVAL WARFARE
DEVELOPMENT
COMMAND
SUBMARINE
FORCES
ATLANTIC
NAVAL STRIKE &
AIR WARFARE
CENTER
NAVY CYBER
FORCES
COMMAND
NAVY
EXPEDITIONARY
COMBAT
COMMAND
STRIKE FORCE
TRAINING
ATLANTIC COMMAND
NAVY
MUNITIONS
COMMAND
SURFACE
FORCES
ATLANTIC
STRIKE
GROUP
COMMANDERS
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MILITARY
SEALIFT
COMMAND
NAVY METEOROLOGY &
OCEANOGRAPHY
COMMAND
Alignment North to South
DON Objectives
for FY12
and Beyond
Promote Acquisition Excellence
and Integrity
Take Care
of Our People
Maintain Warfighter Readiness in
an Era of Reduced Budgets
Dominate in
Unmanned Systems
CNO’s Sailing
Directions
Fleet
Forces
Lines of
Operation
Lead the Nation
in Sustainable Energy
Warfighting First
Warfighting and
Readiness
Drive Innovative
Enterprise Transformation
Operate Forward
Joint and Fleet
Operations
Global Force
Management
Safety
(underpins all other Lines of Operation)
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Be Ready
Sailors, Civilians, and
Their Families
Alignment East to West
“Two Fleets, One Voice”
Fleet Forces Lines of Operation provide
the lens through which mission is executed:
Pacific Fleet Priorities broadly define
the primary focus areas:
• Warfighting and Readiness
• Warfighting Readiness
• Joint and Fleet Operations
• Advance Regional Partnerships and
Alliances
• Global Force Management
• Purposeful, Forward Presence
• Sailors, Civilians, and Their Families
• Value our People and Their Families
• Safety (underpins all Lines of Operation)
• Safety
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Readiness Kill Chain
Personnel
Equipment
Supplies
Training
Ordnance
Installations
Networks
Community / Industry
Ways
RESOURCE
/ POLICY
ASSESS /
PROCURE
Ends
FRTP
PREINTRO
MAINT
BASIC
INTEGRATED
Assess
Means
DEPLOY &
SUSTAIN
Weapon System
Surface
Aviation
Submarines
C4ISR/CYBER
Common
Actions
Synchronized
Training
Full Weapon
System Ops
NECC
OP/TAC HQs
OPNAV
N1, N2/6, N3/5, N4, N8, N9
The Joint Staff
SYSCOMs / CNIC / MSC
CPF / FFC Responsibility
TYCOMs
CSFTL/P
Numbered Fleets
Everyone is part of the Readiness Kill Chain
Everyone needs to know their place and role in the Readiness Kill Chain
Means and Ways must support the Ends – our Deployability / Sustainment model, the FRP
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As of 30NOV2012
FY 13 Fiscal Update
Sequestration Overview
Navy Level
• ~$49B requirement
• Continuous Resolution (CR) “wedge” $5.5B
• Sequestration took out $4.4B
• Navy down ~$10B on $50B program
USFFC - BSO 60
• ~$11.9B requirement
• ~$9.9B CR/SEQ control
• ~$2B reduction of Fleet spending
ADM Gortney’s Fleet Priorities
• Support FY 13 Global Force Management Allocation
Plan (GFMAP)
• Prepare FY 14 GFMAP
• CENTCOM
• BMD ships
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FY 13 Fiscal Update (continued)
Navy’s Revised Plan: Tier Alpha and Tier Bravo
Tier Alpha: Recoverable actions and/or things to do in 4th Quarter such as:
• Cancel 4th Quarter A/C maintenance
• Civilian hiring freeze
• Reduced Tuition Assistance
• Reduce NECC equipment buys
• Cancel 4th quarter SDM
• Reduce FSRM
• Furloughs in 4th Quarter
• Travel restrictions
• Contract reductions
Tier Bravo: Drastic actions with direct impact to Fleet operations such as:
• Cut Deployments
• Cancel MIAMI and PORTER repairs
• Cancel 3rd Quarter SDM maintenance
• Reduce flying and steaming hours
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Current Status
Where are we now?
HR 933 or Public Law 113-6 as an appropriation bill
• OM&N ~ $43.9B with additional resources for CGs / LSDs in a transfer fund
• Navy still ~$4B short to adjusted lower requirement…1 CSG presence
• Limited transfer authority for Navy ~$250M out of DoD $7B; remainder to Army
and Air Force
• Current status = we will make it through FY 13, but with shortfalls across the
fleet…but no significant reduction to operating forces
• May bow wave some requirements into FY 14
FY 14 Outlook
USFFC (BSO 60)
• Required =~$11.1B
• PB14 =~$10.5B
• SEQ = ~$9.5B
• Shortfall of ~$1.6B
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Financial Improvement and Audit
Readiness (FIAR) Background
 National Defense Authorization Act (2010) - Mandated that
DoD financial statements are validated and ready for audit by
30 September 2017
 The Office of Secretary of Defense has directed DoD produce
an audit ready Statement of Budgetary Resources by 2014
 The Secretary of the Navy accelerated DoN’s audit readiness
timeline to 2013
 DoD has developed a standard process for all services to
assert financial segments through discovery, testing and
implementing corrective actions to prepare for validation by
an Independent Public Accountant (IPA)
 Audit Readiness = 100% of financial transactions are
captured, properly documented, and substantiated
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USFF FIAR Efforts
Financial Segments
Contractor Vendor Pay (CVP)
Reimbursable Work Order –
Grantor/Performer (RWOG/P)
Funds Balance with Treasury
(FBwT)
Financial Statement
Compilation
& Reporting (FSCR)
Transportation of People
(ToP)
Transportation of Things (ToT)
Acquire to Retire (A2R)
Civilian Pay (CIVPAY)
Existence and Completeness
(E&C)
Military Pay (MILPAY)
Military Standard
Requisitioning
and Issue Procedures
(MILSTRIP)
Future Efforts
Current Efforts
Business Process Standardization (BPS)
Booz Allen Hamilton (19 FTEs)
(N00189-10-b-ZD27)
Assertion Testing
Accenture (4 FTEs)
(N00189-10-D-Z026-0003)
Phases 2
• Align system agnostic to systemspecific processes
• Confirm controls and business rules
align to corresponding steps
• Document/confirm all financial
controls are included within processes
• Identify opportunities for reduced
process variation around control steps
Phase 2.5
• Implementation Guidelines
• Accounting Handbook
• Segment-specific Standard Operating
Procedure (SOP) documents
• Establish a Resource site
KPMG (~4 FTEs)
Phase 3.0
• Implement accepted standard
processes
• Establish Support Teams
• Compliance testing and metrics
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Using the FIAR
Methodology, provide
direct support in the 6
phases in the DoD FIAR
Methodology:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Discovery
Corrective Actions
Evaluation
Assertion
Validation
Audit from IPA
BPS Phase IV
•Sustainment of
approved
business
processes
•Change
management
around any
previously
approved
standardized
process
•Periodic testing of
controls and
compliance with
published
standards
FY 13 Contract Focus Areas
FOCUS AREA 1
HQ Contract Initiatives
FOCUS AREA 3
ECH III Contract Initiatives
Deep Dive to analyze:
• Long term contract support (>5 yrs)
• High priced labor (>$250K)
• Consolidation of like requirements
Deep Dive to analyze:
• What are the primary contract
vehicles used
• What Contracting Centers are used
• What kind of support is needed
FOCUS AREA 2
HQ Policy and Oversight
FOCUS AREA 4
ECH III Priorities
•Revisions to USFFINST4200.1
Service Support Contract Mgmt
•Contract clause to cover work
stoppage under severe cuts and/or
furlough scenarios for FY14 actions
• Discussions with ECH IIIs to
evaluate shared umbrella contract
opportunities.
•Identify measures to streamline and
gain efficiencies to reduce costs
Unclassified
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Current USFF Contracts
CONTRACT #
N0010412CQ353
CONTRACTOR
EY AK
TECHNOLOGY
LLC
END OF PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
N0018910DZ006
CACI
12/31/2013
HOA OCO Financial Support Personnel.
N0018910DZ006
CACI
12/31/2013
Ship Operations and Flying Hr analytical support.
SP070003D1380
BAH
12/26/2013
Fleet Integration, Strategic planning and
communications.
GS00F0059M
JHT
9/30/2013
Building Manager.
N0018910DZ006
CACI
12/31/2013
Horn of Africa deployment training.
GS23F9755H
BAH
9/30/2013
Support sailors IA assignment in six principle
areas.
N0017804D4091
NORTHRUM
GRUMMAN
8/31/2013
Maritime Operations Center support.
N0018912D0040
PREVAILANCE
7/12/2013
N0018910DZ006
CACI
12/31/2013
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DESCRIPTION
Provide functional and technical support for the
Command Financial Management System
(CFMS).
Contracted antiterrorism expertise and support
through the conduct of research and analysis, and
technical and doctrinal report generation for
USFF.
Contracted logistics support and fleet readiness
analysis.
Current USFF Contracts (continued)
CONTRACT #
CONTRACTOR
END OF PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
DESCRIPTION
GS10F0076J
SAIC
9/28/2013
N0017806D4760
HONEYWELL
5/19/2013
GS23F8006H
SAIC
7/30/2013
Provide network engineering support , Fleet Forces online
portal support, naval messaging delivery and profiling support.
Contracted Fleet Training support for live and synthetic
training worldwide.
N0010412CQ360
PITS, INC
5/14/2014
Fleet Training Fiscal Support Services.
N0010412CQ226
PITS, INC
TRINITY SHIP
MANAGEMENT
SAIC
5/11/2014
Fleet Training Technical and Acquisition Support Services.
9/15/2013
8/13/2013
PREVAIL Training Ship Support Services
Maritime Operations Center Training.
N0018912C0039
GS23F8006H
Environmental contract support.
N6600108D0030
N00178-04-D-4012
INNOVA
GDIT
9/26/2013
1/2/2014
Per DoD and OPNAV directives, support Navy Readiness
Reporting through a robust, full spectrum capability-based
reporting system providing more utility to the war fighter,
Decision Support tools.
Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) AEGIS.
N00024-13-D- 6400
JHU
9/30/2014
INTEGRATED CAPABILITIES ASSESSMENT.
N00024-13-D- 6400
JHU
9/30/2013
MOC ARCHIVE SUPPORT.
MOC support .
N00178-04-D4079
LOCKHEED MARTIN
5/31/2014
W15P712CF600
MITRE
9/30/2013
Support to Fleet requirements and capability development.
N00178-04-D-4091
N00189-12-D-0046
NGIT
PREVAILANCE
8/31/2013
7/31/2013
MOC Support.
CONOPS support effort.
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Coming Attractions
• Re-compete for the maritime operation center training support effort
- estimated - $4.5M per year
• Fleet Integration, strategic planning and communication support –
estimated - $340K per year
• Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) analytic support – estimated - $700K
per year
• USFFC Contract Management POC is Maureen Hayes:
[email protected]; (757) 836-5239
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QUESTIONS?
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