pmo satcom 0502

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Published on November 7, 2007

Author: Ming

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Slide1:  Mr. Joe Mansir Deputy Program Manager SATCOM Program Management Office 2 May 2007 UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED Ready Reliable Relevant The overall classification of this brief is: Unclassified SATCOM PMO PEO - SATCOM, Teleport & Services:  Ready….Reliable….Relevant PEO - SATCOM, Teleport & Services UNCLASSIFIED 2 Commercial SATCOM @ DISA:  Commercial SATCOM @ DISA Our Mandate DISA is the Department of Defense’s only authorized service provider for fixed and mobile satellite services Commander, USSTRATCOM designated DISA as the Commercial Satellite System Expert (SSE) for fixed and mobile satellite services ASD, NII: Policy for Planning, Acquisition, and Management of Commercial Satellite communications Fixed Satellite Services, dated 14 Dec 2004 ASD, NII: DoD Policy for procuring Mobile Satellite Services, dated 29 August 2001 CJCSI 6250.01B SATCOM Program Management Office Vision & Mission:  Responsive Customer-Focused Mission-Oriented SATCOM Program Management Office Vision & Mission Vision Be the recognized DoD provider of choice for commercial satellite communications services Mission Deliver operationally responsive, customer-focused, and cost-effective commercial SATCOM services that enable the joint warfighter Cost-Effective UNCLASSIFIED 4 Program Overview:  Program Overview Deliver operationally responsive, customer-focused, and cost-effective commercial SATCOM services that enable the joint warfighter Mobile Satellite Services Multiple Award, IDIQ contract - provides global INMARSAT airtime, terminals and services for multiple systems, including BGAN Land Ship-to-ship / ship-to-shore / shore-to-ship Ground / air Responding to the Warfighter…. …in Partnership with Industry:  Responding to the Warfighter…. …in Partnership with Industry Favorable Pricing Fee Reductions Faster Order Processing Provisioning Process Improvements Contract Modifications Transformational Communicational Architecture v3.0 UNCLASSIFIED 6 Fixed Satellite Service COMSATCOM Spending in DOD:  Fixed Satellite Service COMSATCOM Spending in DOD FY2005 DoD COMSATCOM expenditures totaled $330M and provided over 6.4 GHz of bandwidth Expenditures have begun to level off, yet bandwidth usage continues to grow Working in Partnership with STRATCOM on FY06 Report Favorable Pricing:  Favorable Pricing DSTS-G Leverages DoD’s buying power to achieve pricing better than market averages and other DoD vehicles Average Transponder Equivalent (TPE) Costs – DSTS-G versus Other (non-DSTS-G) DoD versus Market Averages UNCLASSIFIED 8 Fee Reductions:  Fee Reductions DISA fees provide: Engineering Support Regional Support Provides services not available via GSA Contract Administration fees reduced from 2% to 1.25% Lower than built-in GSA fees DISA Value-Added Support fees reduced from 6% to 2.16% Contract Administration Vendor Incentive Fees DISA has reduced fees by over 50% 8% 3.4% UNCLASSIFIED 9 Faster Order Processing:  Faster Order Processing Substantial reductions made in processing time since 2004 Over 70% reduction in routine order processing time Demonstrated ability to service urgent orders Provisioning Process Improvement:  Provisioning Process Improvement DISA is re-examining the COMSATCOM provisioning process using BPR techniques (Lean and Six Sigma analytical tools) Reduced Processing Time Improved customer satisfaction Improved performance management Improved Quality & Consistency 2 BPR focuses on: PROCESS … PEOPLE … TECHNOLOGY … 11 UNCLASSIFIED Inmarsat Contract Modification – Capability Enhancements:  Inmarsat Contract Modification – Capability Enhancements DSTS-G Contract Modifications:  DSTS-G Contract Modifications Spiral 1 Spiral 2 ….Adding Joint Staff Validated Capabilities and implementing Lessons Learned identified during contract execution Completed Dec 06 Improving COMSATCOM Security:  Improving COMSATCOM Security President directed NSTAC study Mission Assurance Working Group (MAWG) Principals: EA Space; CDR STRATCOM; ASD, NII; ASD, ISP; J6, Joint Staff, in partnership with Industry/CEOs Includes representatives from OSD, Joint Staff and DISA, other DoD components and federal agencies Joint Staff Validated Capabilities (Jan 06) Security Clearances TT&C encryption of command links EMI/RFI geo-location DODD 8581.1E directs DISA to: Ensure that solicitations, contracts, … for COMSATCOM contains specific IA-related language and requirements to comply with this Directive UNCLASSIFIED 14 Information Assurance for Space:  Information Assurance for Space DODD 8581.1E mandates IA for Space Based on Mission Assurance Category levels MAC I and MAC II call for NSA-approved TT&C encryption MAC III calls for Commercial best practices Security controls for ground systems Enhanced personnel security SATOPS and OPSEC clearances, OPSEC training Enhanced communication security Voice and data communications to support incident response EMI/RFI identification, characterization, and geolocation capability Information Assurance that support your specific mission needs UNCLASSIFIED 15 DSTS-G: Transition to Best Value:  DSTS-G: Transition to Best Value MAC 1? MAC 2? MAC 3? TSR/RFP Proposals Proposals Proposals Proposal Technical Security Performance Cost Evaluation Customer Requirement Appropriate Security Best Value Trade-off Engineering and Contracting For a Solution Contract Award & Service Transitioning to Best Value with Tradeoffs Allows for Warfighters to weigh mission needs against protection and other value-added capabilities Maintains competition while allowing vendors and satellite operators to differentiate their services Provides avenue to apply competitive forces during service renewals to keep prices in check UNCLASSIFIED 16 Defining the Future Transformational Communications Architecture v3.0:  The Transformational Communications Architecture (TCA) defines communications architecture to support national level communications Current version of TCA v2.0 addresses COMSATCOM only as an augmentation for MILSATCOM TCA v3.0 considers COMSATCOM as integral to the DOD architecture DISA released a RFI requesting Industry’s assistance to help define an expanded role for COMSATCOM as an essential part of the architecture in TCA v3.0 Industry feedback and participation is essential to the success of TCA v3.0 Defining the Future Transformational Communications Architecture v3.0 UNCLASSIFIED 17 What Does This All Mean?:  What Does This All Mean? We are committed to being the Warfighter’s provider of choice for COMSATCOM and in a long-term partnership with industry We are improving the long-term security posture within DoD using commercial SATCOM while maintaining our valued relationships with our industry partners We are committed to maintaining the competitive nature of our current contract while providing increased value to the warfighter We are dedicated to creating win-win solutions for DOD and Industry Ready….Reliable….Relevant UNCLASSIFIED 18 Slide19:  www.disa.mil UNCLASSIFIED 19 Backup:  Backup 20 Helping Us Help You:  Helping Us Help You We need you to work with us on your requirements Ideas of specific solutions must be balanced against keeping requirements at a functional level to ensure optimal solutions identified in the competitive process We provide engineering support to help you define and refine your requirements Have money ready Ensure dollars and PDC code are available up front and early Plan accordingly when special requirements are involved (e.g., HNA, landing rights) In ordinary circumstances, obtaining HNA and landing rights can take a long time In extraordinary circumstances, they can take years DSTS-G Contract Modifications:  DSTS-G Contract Modifications Net-Centric Functional Capabilities Board (NC FCB) – responsible for the organization, analysis, and prioritization of joint warfighting capability needs within the assigned network centric functional area – approved set of Commercial SATCOM capabilities in Feb 2006 Inmarsat Contract Overview:  Inmarsat Contract Overview Inmarsat Contract is DISA’s multiple award IDIQ contract vehicle providing global Inmarsat airtime, terminals and services for multiple systems, including BGAN Awarded in Jun 2002 3 year base contract with 7 option years Competitive process provides equal bidding opportunity to all Inmarsat Contract allows service flexibility Complete land, sea, and air solutions including secure and non-secure airtime, equipment purchase and lease, equipment maintenance and installation, and O&M training Technical planning and functions in support of operational management Host nation and connection approval coordination Flexible plans to meet your usage profile – pay as you go, leased channels, and L-band transponder leases DSTS-G Contract Overview:  DSTS-G Contract Overview DSTS-G is DISA’s multiple award IDIQ contract vehicle providing global fixed satellite bandwidth, terminals, and services Awarded in Feb 2001 3 year base contract with 7 option years Competitive process provides equal bidding opportunity to all Vendors can team/partner/subcontract with other companies DSTS-G allows service flexibility Lease of full or partial transponders in any increment of time Lease/purchase of terminal equipment and teleport services O&M services for the earth terminal (if desired) HNA assistance (when and where required) Provisioning of end-to-end (turnkey) service (if desired) Special task order terms feasible (e.g., portability, optimization)

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