Luncheon Keynote Address Kenyon

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Published on January 3, 2008

Author: Elodie

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National Aeronautics R&D Policy:  National Aeronautics R&D Policy James A. Kenyon, Ph.D. Associate Director, Aerospace Technology (Acting) Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Science & Technology) Outline:  Outline Background Overview of National Aeronautics R&D Policy Strategy for Development of National Aeronautics R&D Plan and Infrastructure Plan Approach for National Security and Homeland Defense Aeronautics R&D Plan Call for White Papers Slide3:  Background Historical Perspective:  Historical Perspective Previous studies and reports indicated national needs OSTP, “Aeronautical Research & Technology Policy,” 1982 OSTP, “National Aeronautical R&D Goals,” 1985 & 1987 OSTP/NSTC, “Goals for a National Partnership in Aeronautics Research and Technology,” 1995 NRC, “A System in Peril,” 2002 Commission on the Future of the United States Aerospace Industry, 2002 Recent Background:  Recent Background NSTC Aeronautics S&T Subcommittee formally created September 2005 Prioritize aeronautics research, including establishing a set of specific research objectives Develop a S&T roadmap to address the objectives Address coordination of aeronautics research across the federal government NASA Authorization Act of 2005 (December 2005) “The President shall develop a national policy to guide the aeronautics research and development programs of the United States through 2020…” Policy shall Include national goals for aeronautics R&D Describe the role and responsibilities of each Federal agency that will carry out the policy NSTC Aeronautics S&T Subcommittee:  NSTC Aeronautics S&T Subcommittee OSTP (Co-Chair) NASA (Co-Chair) Department of Defense Department of Transportation Department of Commerce Department of Energy Department of Homeland Security National Science Foundation Department of State US International Trade Commission Executive Office of the President Slide7:  Overview of National Aeronautics R&D Policy National Aeronautics R&D Policy:  National Aeronautics R&D Policy President signed EO 13419 Endorses Policy to guide nation’s aeronautics R&D through 2020 Outlines functions of the Director of OSTP Lays out implementation guidelines National Aeronautics R&D Policy Establishes principles Sets Policy goal and objectives Creates general guidelines for Federal aeronautics R&D Provides specific guidelines to address key areas Provides implementation direction Policy Principles:  Policy Principles Mobility through the air is vital to economic stability, growth, and security as a nation Aviation is vital to national security and homeland defense Aviation safety is paramount Security of and within the aeronautics enterprise must be maintained The U.S. should continue to possess, rely on, and develop its world-class aeronautics workforce Assuring energy availability and efficiency is central to the growth of the aeronautics enterprise The environment must be protected while sustaining growth in air transportation Policy Goal:  Policy Goal “Advance U.S. technological leadership in aeronautics by fostering a vibrant and dynamic aeronautics R&D community that includes government, industry, and academia” Broad vision as an overarching goal Policy Objectives:  Policy Objectives Provide long-term stability and focus in innovative research Pursue and develop promising advanced aircraft concepts and technologies For military applications To enable increased air traffic capacity and new aircraft concepts in the national airspace Pursue a coordinated approach to managing U.S. Government aeronautics RDT&E infrastructure Identify the roles of the Federal Government in aeronautics R&D and the interrelationship with the private sector Cultivate a R&D environment that enables a globally competitive U.S. aeronautics enterprise Enhance coordination and communication within the Federal Government Strengthen mechanisms to engage partners in industry and academia General Policy Guidelines:  General Policy Guidelines Role of the Federal Government in Aeronautics R&D National defense and homeland security Long-term fundamental aeronautics research More advanced, applied civil aeronautics research for: Public interest To address gaps Government internal R&D Aeronautics Workforce Academic Cooperation Commercial Cooperation International Relations Specific Guidelines:  Specific Guidelines Stable and Long-Term Foundational Research http://www.wpafb.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123056186 http://www.afosr.af.mil/publications_techHorizons.htm http://www.arl.army.mil/www/default.cfm?Action=18&Page=72 Specific Guidelines:  Specific Guidelines Advanced Aircraft Systems Development http://www.jsf.mil/f35/ http://www.cnaf.navy.mil/nae/ Specific Guidelines:  Specific Guidelines Air Transportation Management Systems http://grin.hq.nasa.gov/BROWSE/air_traffic_control_1.html Specific Guidelines:  Specific Guidelines National Research, Development, Test, & Evaluation Infrastructure http://nix.ksc.nasa.gov/search;jsessionid=a6hdhnfrjo17?b=SC000397 http://windtunnels.arc.nasa.gov/nfac.html http://www.arnold.af.mil/photos/index.asp?galleryID=3427 Policy Implementation:  Policy Implementation National aeronautics R&D plan Priorities and objectives, milestones, timelines Aeronautics RDT&E infrastructure plan Engagement with non-Federal stakeholders Dissemination of R&D results Other innovative policies and approaches that complement and enhance Federal activities Biennial review procedure Slide18:  Strategy for Development of National Aeronautics R&D Plan and Infrastructure Plan Strategy for Development of Plans:  Strategy for Development of Plans Identify Policy principles as key areas to be addressed Create Coordinating Groups Mobility National Security and Homeland Defense Aviation Safety Aviation Security Energy and Environment RDT&E Infrastructure Ensure Coordinating Groups address Policy guidelines Coordinating Group Leads:  Coordinating Group Leads Mobility JPDO, NASA National Security and Homeland Defense DoD Aviation Safety FAA, NASA Aviation Security DHS Energy and Environment DOE, DoD, FAA RDT&E Infrastructure NASA, DoD National Aeronautics R&D Plan Content:  National Aeronautics R&D Plan Content State-of-the-art for each principle (where we are today) Top-level prioritized national aeronautics R&D goals and objectives (where we want to go) Summarize R&D activities for meeting goals and develop timelines (how we get there) Near term (<5 years) Mid term (5-10 years) Far term (>10 years) Identify significant gaps and/or unnecessary duplication Identify cross-cutting areas of aeronautics R&D RDT&E Infrastructure Plan:  RDT&E Infrastructure Plan Determination of assets that are considered critical from a national perspective and definition of an approach for constructing, maintaining, modifying, or terminating these assets Development of cost and usage policies that facilitate interagency cooperation and utilization, as well as appropriate access by non-federal users Improvements in coordination of RDT&E needs among the US Government and across the broader user community Addresses both physical and computational assets National Aeronautics R&D Plan Timeline 2007:  National Aeronautics R&D Plan Timeline 2007 Dec. Nov. Oct. Sept. Aug. July June Final Release – NLT Dec. 30 Aero S&T Subcomm. Coordinating Groups NSTC COT OSTP AST Subcomm. Signoff – NLT Nov. 1 Deliver Plans to ASTS for integration Coord. Groups “finished” – NLT Sept. 3 NSTC COT clearance NLT Nov. 30 Dr. Marburger clearance NLT Dec. 20 Planning and Execution of Rollout 1st Outreach April 24 Monthly Update Meetings May April 2-3 Outreach Sessions for each CG Each CG have first meeting late April /early May Integration, Public posting for comments Final Coordination May 15 June 13 July 24-25 Aug 21 Sept 25 Nov 27 Oct 23 Slide24:  Approach for National Security and Homeland Defense Aeronautics R&D Plan Approach:  Approach Focus on traditional DoD Air Platforms structure Capability-based planning DoD Air Platforms taxonomy Treat and manage other technical areas/disciplines as interfaces Engage key people and processes Organic technical planning processes and structures Appropriate technical interchange meetings Connect with other departments and agencies to ensure national needs are met Scope:  Scope Technology Development System Development & Demonstration Production & Deployment MS A Operations & Support Concept Refinement MS B MS C RDT&E BA 1 RDT&E BA 2 RDT&E BA 3 RDT&E BA 4 RDT&E BA 5 DDR&E Lead – Oversee Budget Activities 1-4 DDR&E Supporting Role – DDR&E and Acquisition Manager share responsibility DDRE Responsible DDRE Supports RDT&E BA 7 DoD RDT&E Framework and DDR&E Role -Policy Implementation Scope- Aligned with DoD R&E planning Taxonomy:  Taxonomy AIR PLATFORMS Discipline-Based Organization Capability-Based Planning:  Capability-Based Planning Key Organizations:  Key Organizations Office of the Secretary of Defense ODUSD(S&T) DARPA US Air Force AFRL/VA AFRL/PR SAF/AQR US Army AMRDEC AATD ASA(ALT) US Navy NAVAIR ONR National Aeronautics and Space Administration Department of Energy Department of Homeland Security Federal Aviation Administration Department of Commerce NOAA NIST Outreach:  Outreach NSTC events Joint Propulsion Conference, Cincinnati OH, 11 July 2007 NASA Ames Research Center, 30 July 2007 Defense outreach opportunities Wright Dialogue with Industry, Dayton OH, 24-26 July 2007 Naval S&T Partnership Conference, Arlington VA, 30 July-2 August 2007 Slide31:  Call for White Papers Call for White Papers National Security & Homeland Defense Plan:  Call for White Papers National Security & Homeland Defense Plan Articulate the most important aeronautics R&D challenges facing our nation Identify well-defined technical aeronautics goals and objectives (with numerical targets if appropriate) by the three timeframes Propose promising R&D approaches to advance the future of national aeronautics knowledge and/or capabilities Identify fundamental limitations and knowledge barriers Identify promising innovations and possible timeframes Call for White Papers:  Call for White Papers 1-3 pages Due COB August 17, 2007 Submit to Mobility: [email protected] National Security and Homeland Defense: [email protected] Aviation Safety: [email protected] Aviation Security: [email protected] Energy and Environment: [email protected] RDT&E Infrastructure: [email protected] www.ostp.gov/nstc/aeroplans

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