NCES Net-Centric Enterprise Services

Report
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Net-Centric Enterprise Services
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Lynda D Myers
DISA, Center for Enterprise Capabilites
703-882-1114
[email protected]
7 February 2003
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Introduction
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Background
NCES Vision
Value Added to the Warfighter
Business Value Added
Transition to NCES/Timeline
Issues
Summary
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Background
• NCES will be a common set of information
capabilities for the Global Information Grid
(GIG) to:
– Task, post, process, use, store, manage and protect
information resources on demand for warriors, policy
makers, and support personnel
– Facilitate interoperability across systems
• NCES will support:
– Entire DoD and Intelligence Community (IC)
– Conventional and Nuclear Warfighting
– Business units (e.g., FMMP)
Networks with services that enable Precision
Search,Smart Data Pull, and Collaborative Operations
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NCES will be
the approach to:
• Standing up Joint capabilities-based
infrastructure needed for timely, secure,
ubiquitous edge user access to decision
quality information
• Enabling edge users to
– Rapidly & precisely discover information resources,
– Efficiently task information providers,
– Post any information they hold, and
– Dynamically form collaborative groups for problems
solving
• Providing robust security for and coordinated
management of netted information resources
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NCES Vision
Users
Support real-time & near-real-time warrior needs and business users
Weapon
Systems
Dynamically
Created COIs
Sensors
Communityof-Interest
(COI)
Capabilities
Finance
Intel
Personnel
Logistics
C2
Etc.
Levels of
Services above
core level
Comms
Backbone
ESM
Messaging
Discovery
Mediation
Collaboration
Security/IA
Storage
User
Asst
Core
Enterprise
Services
(CES)
App
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NCES Value Added
to the Warfighter
• Pull the right info, at the right time, in the right format
to meet operational/tactical needs
– Compress decision cycles by providing near real-time
connectivity/computing power for warfighters and other
national security users to enhance collaboration & parallel
vice sequential actions
• Support real-time battle management and operations
• Provide global, assured, and homogeneous access to
heterogeneous intelligence data and other
information from all sources
• Allow rapid exploitation of diverse data sources by
individual and organizational users in a manner that
can be customized to meet specific mission demands
Common information producer/consumer
services available to all GIG users.
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NCES Business Value Added
• Eliminate redundant capabilities
• Enable Financial Management Modernization
Program (near term)
• Allow for rapid exploitation of diverse data sources
by individual and organizational users in a manner
that can be customized to meet specific mission
demands
Common information producer/consumer services
(software, processes, and procedures) available to
all GIG users.
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Transition to NCES
FY02
FY03
FY04
FY05
FY06
FY07
Concepts/Pilots NCES Development/Integration
COE 4.X Development
FY08
FY09
NCES
Legacy Information Capabilities Sustainment
NCES MS B
Block I
MS C
Block I
MS B
Block II
MS C
Block II
MS B
Block III . . n
NCES BLOCK I
Spiral 1
Spiral 2
Spiral
3...n
Note: NCES will transform infrastructure
services that currently exist in legacy
programs/projects such as COE, IDM,
DMS, DCTS, and others. Legacy
systems will require sustainment until
existing infrastructure can be
transitioned.
NCES BLOCK II
Spiral 1
Spiral 2
Spiral
3...n
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NCES MS B Timeline
DISA Submit
Study
AoA
Plan
Guidance
3 Feb 03 31 Mar 03
1 Nov 02
FY03
MS A
OIPT
7 Nov 02
Program Budget
Review 05
15 Jun 03
Final AoA
Dec 03
22 Sep 03
OIPT IPR & Decision Points
Study
Plan Approval
17 Feb 03
DPG 05
MS B
2QFY04
FY04
Draft AOA
1 Oct 03
Apr 03
DCIO NCES Transition Policy Development
NCES ORD, TEMP, C4ISP
CCA and FMMP Compliance
Acquisition Strategy and APB
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Issues
• Graceful legacy transition is important
• Need for extensive Teamwork
– Must be collaborative with other Service/Agency
initiatives
– PSA/Service/Agency leads for COIs
• Deployment strategy needs refinement
(centralized, decentralized, federated,
integrated)
• Security, Security, Security
• Must consider the “last tactical mile”
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Summary
• NCES is the approach to providing
the GIG infrastructure needed for
timely, secure, ubiquitous edge user
access to decision quality
information
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