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AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER/G-6
MEETING THE ARMY’S NEEDS
IN A JOINT ENVIRONMENT
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What is “Unified Capabilities?”
A secure suite of communications
and collaboration services available
to the Soldier and Army business
user on any trusted device, anywhere
in the world.
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A suite of services? OK. So,
what’s in and what’s out?
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Service Areas
10 Service Areas with over
50 Primary Capabilities
Globally Accessible to all
CAC Holders
Utilizes same tools as tactical
/ deployed environments
Standardizes enabling
management capabilities
Integrated services using single identity
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What does UC do for me?
 Today: Where do I find that document?
• UC: Robust Content Management. Email, documents, voicemails,
chat logs, and more are collected, categorized and searchable in the
DoD Private Cloud.
 Today: Why can’t I collaborate with my mission partners from
Army, DoD, and other Services?
• UC: Globally accessible by all CAC holders. Soldiers can connect
with all 3.9 million DoD personnel.
 Today: These tools are different from when I was deployed.
• UC: Train as you fight. Soldiers use the same tools in garrison as
deployed.
 Today: Is this an official record?
• UC: Built-In, Policy-Compliant Records Management. All records
are automatically collected, sorted, and scheduled for disposition.
 Today: My connection won’t support all these enterprise services!
• UC: Infrastructure Modernization. The Army is funding infrastructure
improvements at bases worldwide to support UC requirements.
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Purpose & Agenda
Purpose:
•Provide information on Army Unified Capabilities (UC)
Vision and Portfolio
•Layout program and approach
Agenda:
•Army Unified Capabilities (UC) Portfolio
•Army UC and the Joint Information Environment (JIE)
•Transition Timeline
•Functional Army Approach & Acquisition Oversight
•Discussion
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UNCLASSIFIED
Army UC Portfolio
Find people online and
communicate instantly
over text, voice, and
video
Capabilities Offered:
• Email
• IM / Chat
• Voice and Video
• Presence
• Whiteboard
• Desktop Sharing
Search and
Discovery
Find information at the
point of need
Team
Collaboration
Web 2.0
Get the right people from
all of DoD working
together – force
multiplier
Secure, professional
social media tools
Capabilities Offered:
• Collaboration Sites
• Project Sites
• Business Intelligence Sites
• Workflow
Capabilities Offered:
• Wiki and Forums
• Blogs and micro-blogs
(Team and Personal)
• Social Network
Profiles
Find people,
organizations, their
mission areas and
expertise
Capabilities Offered:
Capabilities Offered:
Capabilities Offered:
• Contextual Results
• Indexing and Metadata
Tagging (Org, Individual,
Personal)
• Security Trimming of
Results
• Organizational
• Team
• Individual
• Large-scale Process
Automation
• Forms Management
• Orchestration
• Delegation
Consume and organize
data from multiple webbased sources
Develop, deploy, and use
apps on any trusted
device
Capabilities Offered:
• Market with Ratings
• Code Repository
• Information Assurance
Services
• Distribution, Patching and
Upgrade
Business
Process
Management
Automate and integrate
complex business
processes enterprisewide
Portals
Apps
Capabilities Offered:
• Portlets
• Personalization
• Audience Targeting
Content
Management
Records
Management
Collect and organize DoD
data across the
enterprise
Automate compliance
with DoD 5015.2 and legal
requirements
Capabilities Offered:
Capabilities Offered:
• Collection
• Categorization
• Organizational Drive
(Team/Individual)
•
•
•
•
•
Scheduling
Disposition
eDiscovery
Legal Hold
Secure Destruction
ENABLING
Messaging and
Communication
USER FACING
A secure suite of communications and collaboration services available to the Soldier and Army
business user on any trusted device, anywhere in the world.
Find. Connect. Share.
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AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER/G-6
Where does the portfolio come
from?
DoD Guidance:
DODI 8100.04, Unified Capabilities
Requirements (UCR), Unified Capabilities
Master Plan (UC MP)
Army Information Management (AIM)
Requirements
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AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
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DoD Unified Capabilities Requirements
Background
 Technical / engineering view of UC Requirements
 Most detailed for infrastructure and Voice over IP (VoIP) components
Highlights
 Undergoing update from UCR 2008 Change 3 to UCR 2013
 Defines protocol and performance
requirements for UC systems
 Provides technical basis for UC Approved
Products List (APL) testing and approval
by the Joint Interoperability Test Command
(JITC)
UCR 2008
Change 3
Way Ahead
 Updated UCR will be broken down into multiple documents, a
framework and supporting detailed requirements
 Provide Army comments NLT 16 JUL 2012
UCR 2013
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Army Information Management (AIM)
Requirements Management Plan (RMP)
Background
 User-focused and collected requirements
 CIO/G-6 to conduct the annual AIM Requirements review and
facilitate BSIT validation to support future POM and CBA activities
 Most detail for collaboration and communication requirements
Highlights
 Describe and define the overall approach to
managing future iterations of AIM Requirements
AIM v.32
APR 2012
AIM 1.0
OCT 2012
 Conduct Elicitation Activities
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ALARACT to solicit SIPR and new 1.0 requirements
CIO/G-6 SMEs to head focused reviews for capability areas to vet current
and provide new requirements, MAY-JUN 12
Way Ahead
 Obtain approval for AIM RMP, AUG 12
 Execute Plan, 4QFY12 – FY13
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AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
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So how does Army UC fit into the
Joint environment?
Joint Information Environment (JIE)
SHARE
Foundational Services & Applications
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UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO/Pre-decisional
Joint Information Enterprise End State
Coalition Forces
Objective:
•Improve mission effectiveness
•Improved cyber security
•IT efficiencies
Deployed Environment
Computing
Mission
Applications
Data
“Enterprise Information Environment”
APEX
Navy ERP
AT21
iEHR
Enterprise
Email
DCO
AFATDS
Computing
Close
Combat
Data
Airman
Defense
Travel Fundamentals
TM
Applications
“Enterprise Information Environment”
??
Home
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Work
Mobile
(TDY/Deploy)
Future
devices
Access at the Point of NeedUNCLASSIFIED//FOUO/Pre-decisional
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO/Pre-decisional
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO/Pre-decisional
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO/Pre-decisional
Joint Information Enterprise End State
From Stovepipes to Enterprise
From Unique to Common
From Local to Global
From Proprietary to Open
From Huge to Modular
From Inaccessible to Interoperable
From Disparate to Homogeneous
From non Standard to Standardized
From Vulnerable to Secure
Coalition Forces
Deployed Environment
Computing
Mission
Applications
Data
“Enterprise Information Environment”
APEX
Navy ERP
AT21
iEHR
Enterprise
Email
DCO
AFATDS
Computing
Close
Combat
Data
Airman
Defense
Travel Fundamentals
TM
Applications
“Enterprise Information Environment”
??
Home
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Work
Mobile
(TDY/Deploy)
Future
devices
Access at the Point of NeedUNCLASSIFIED//FOUO/Pre-decisional
AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
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Army UC Supports JIE Share
From Stovepipes to Enterprise
From Unique to Common
From Local to Global
From Proprietary to Open
From Huge to Modular
From Inaccessible to Interoperable
From Disparate to Homogeneous
From non Standard to Standardized
From Vulnerable to Secure
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UNCLASSIFIED
UC Portfolio - Today
A secure suite of communications and collaboration services available to the Soldier and Army
business user on any trusted device, anywhere in the world.
Messaging and
Communication
Team
Collaboration
Web 2.0
Find people online and
communicate instantly
over text, voice, and
video
Get the right people from
all of DoD working
together – force
multiplier
Projects and Services:
• Enterprise Email
• Defense Connect Online
(DCO)
• Defense Switch Network
(DSN)
• Video Teleconferencing
(VTC)
Projects and Services:
• Enterprise Collaboration
Services (ECS)
• Organizational SharePoint
Search and
Discovery
Find information at the
point of need
Profiles
Find people,
organizations, their
mission areas and
expertise
Secure, professional
social media tools
Projects and Services:
• milSuite
• Intellipedia
Develop, deploy, and use
apps on any trusted
device
Capabilities Offered:
Capabilities Offered:
Capabilities Offered:
• AKO Search
• Built into products (No
Enterprise Search)
• DMDC
• AKO Profiles
• MyForms
• AKO Business Process
Management (BPM)
Consume and organize
data from multiple webbased sources
Projects and Services:
• Army Knowledge Online
(AKO)
Projects and Services:
• Software Marketplace
(CHESS)
• Apps for Army (A4A)
Business
Process
Management
Automate and integrate
complex business
processes enterprisewide
Portals
Apps
Content
Management
Collect and organize DoD
data across the
enterprise
Records
Management
Automate compliance
with DoD 5015.2 and legal
requirements
Capabilities Offered:
Capabilities Offered:
• AMEDD Content
Management System
(CMS)
• Built into existing products
(Not Enterprise-wide)
• Army Records
Management Information
System (ARIMS)
Find. Connect. Share.
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AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
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Functional Approach Example:
Enterprise Collaboration Services (ECS)
Cyclical capabilities assessment process to meet the
Army’s current and future needs
Resource Recovery
ECS Resource Recovery Plan
• v1.0, APR 2012
Execution
ECS Service Level Agreement
• v1.0, APR 2012
Test and Validation
ECS Test and Validation Plan
• v1.0, Use Cases FEB 2012
Increment 1 Outcomes (FY12)
•NIPRNet Business Portal
•Internet-facing Portal
•100K Army users
•OAA, Army Publishing Directorate “Content
Management System “ to Enterprise Service
•Begin AKO Transition
Army Governance
ECS Concept of Operations
• v1.0, APR 2011
• v2.0, ECS Tiger Team, JAN 2012
Cost-Benefit Analysis
Requirements
Increment 2 (FY13-14)
• SIPRNet Business Portal
• 1.4 Army Users
• OAA, Army Publishing Directorate
“Content Management System “
Upgrades Complete
• Complete AKO Transition
Increment
3 (FY15)
• Services funded through
POM
• Knowledge Management
and Application Innovation
Army Information Management
Requirements
• v0.32, CAC-endorsed, NOV 2010
ECS CBA
• v1.1, DASA-CE validated, JUL 2011
• v2.0, DASA-CE validated, JAN 2012
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Army Enterprise Service & Infrastructure Acquisition - Oversight Structure
Roles and Responsibilities
PEO-EIS
 Acquisition Lead
CIO/G-6
 Functional Capability Manager for Business Systems
Process
BSIT
Business Systems Information
Technology
Purpose: Approval of Requirements
Document and Cost Benefit Analysis
OPR: CIO/G-6

3 Star 9-13 APR 2012
2 Star 17 FEB 2012
Army IT
Council of Colonels 08 DEC 2011
 Requirement
Identification/Validation
 Develop Analysis of Alternatives,
Cost Benefit Analysis
 Acquisition Strategy cannot be
released until BSIT approval.
16 April 2012
Acquisition
Strategy
Draft for
Staffing
Acquisition Strategy
ASARC
Army Systems Acquisition Review
Council
Purpose: AEA Approval of Service and
Infrastructure Acquisition Strategy
Purpose: Approve Acquisition Strategy
and provide Acquisition Authority
Decision
OPR: PEO-EIS
Acquisition
Decision
Memorandum
31 JUL 2012
OPR: PEO-EIS
Cost Review Board TBD, if needed
ASARC 22 JUN 2012
PEO/PM
 Acquisition Development
 Acquisition Strategy
 Establish Cost, Schedule,
Performance Metrics
 Once reqmt approved,
finalize Acq Strat and begin
working level review (4 wks)
 Then formal staffing at DA
(3 wks)
PEO/PM
Deputy for Acquisition Systems
Management 15 May 2012
 This review is conducted to assess the
readiness to proceed to the ASARC
 Once alternatives validated, Acq Strat
approved and PA&E/G-8 attests to
affordability, DASM review could follow in
a month
Acquisition Authority Decision
Approves Acquisition Strategy
Cost, Schedule, Performance
Monitoring Plan
Periodic Program Assessment
Reviews
 ASARC can follow (3 wks) after
DASM review
 ADM, formal approval, (3-4 wks)
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 Monitor Cost, Schedule,
Performance Metrics in
accordance with Acquisition
Decision Memorandum (ADM)
requirements
 Service Level Agreement
Validation
 Completion of documentation
consistent with Milestone
Decision Authority (MDA)
direction
Early Adopters 34 Army Activities with over 170,000 Army Early Adopters cannot transition until ADM is achieved.
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Recap
 Single suite of integrated services for communicating and
collaborating from the tactical edge to the enterprise
 Globally accessible to all CAC holders
 Improved security model reducing cyber vulnerability
 Faster, more resilient IT capability delivery
 Modernizes Army P/C/S infrastructure to support enterprise
services
 Allows Army to leverage commercial best business practices
 Aligned with JIE Share efforts
 Follows new acquisition oversight process
AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION
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Unified Capabilities (UC) Program
Points of Contact
Name
Primary Role
Phone Number
Email
Pete Dulniawka
Division Chief, UC Management
Cheryl Hynes
Deputy Division Chief, ECS Team Lead
703.545.1549
[email protected]
Paul Miller
EoIP Team Lead, Cost Benefit Analysis
(CBA)
703.545.5112
[email protected]
Tessa Ward
Army Information Management (AIM)
Requirements
703.545.1507
[email protected]
Kai Beasley
Web 2.0 / milSuite Integration
703.545.1572
[email protected]
Patrick Ward
CBA Support and Project Planning
703.545.1544
[email protected]
Jim Diersing
Policy, Standards, and Interoperability
703.545.1363
[email protected]
Whitney Evans
Program Communications
703.545.1536
[email protected]
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[email protected]
LANDWARNET 2011
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