USC Brief November 7 2011

USC Brief November 7 2011 - Space and Naval Warfare Systems...

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Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic CHOOSING A CAREER OF SIGNIFICANCE Why the Government? Information Assurance, Cyber Defense, Cyber Reconnaissance & Cyber Security Systems Engineering Mr. Steve Lariviere 5.0 Engineering Competency Deputy
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CAPT Mark Glover, USN Commanding Officer Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic Statement A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is unlimited (02 August 2010). Mr. Christopher Miller Executive Director November 2011
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Where We Fit We Make IT Count for the Warfighter and the Nation Provide innovative solutions for today, tomorrow and beyond Deliver them with quality, speed, agility and value Empower each individual to make a difference Statement A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is unlimited (02 August 2010). 3 SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific Secretary of the Navy Chief of Naval Operations Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research Development and Acquisition Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Naval Sea Systems Command Naval Air Systems Command Naval Supply Systems Command Naval Facilities Engineering Command SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic
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Global Presence Statement A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is unlimited (02 August 2010). 4 Bahrain Afghanistan Iraq New Orleans Tampa Charleston Tidewater Stuttgart Washington DC Antarctica Djibouti Strategically Located 3,700 Civil Service Employees 120 Military Personnel 15,000 Industry Partners Updated: May’10 Naples
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Competency Aligned Organization Statement A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is unlimited (02 August 2010). 5 1.0 Finance 1.1 Accounting & Budgeting 1.2 Business/ Resource Financial Management 1.6 Cost Estimating 2.0 Contracts 2.1 ACAT Program Contracting 2.2 Non-ACAT Program Contracting 2.3 Policy & Strategic Initiatives 3.0 Legal 3.1 Acquisition 3.2 Acquisition 2 (EIS) 3.3 Acquisition 3 3.4 Civilian Personnel Law 3.5 Command Legal Support 3.6 Intellectual Property 3.7 Environmental Law 4.0 Logistics & Fleet Support 4.1 Fleet & Customer Support 4.2 Installations 4.3 Integrated Logistics Support 4.4 Logistics Policy 5.0 Engineering 5.1/5.2 Enterprise Systems Eng (ESE Net-Centric Eng 5.4 Computer Software Engineering 5.5 Comms & Networks 5.6 ISR/IO 5.7 Space Systems 5.8 Information Assurance 5.9 System Test, Evaluation, & Certification 6.0 Program Managemen t 6.1 Acquisition Policy, Processes & Tools Dept. 6.2 Acquisition Force Management Dept. 6.3 Program Management Personnel & Support Dept. 7.0 Science & Technology 7.1 Research & Applied Science 7.2 Forecasting, Assessment, & Transition 8.0 Corporate Operations 8.1 Total Force Management 8.2 IT Management 8.3 Command Ops/Support 8.4 Corporate Strategy 8.5 Corporate Comms & Public Affairs 8.6 Inspector General 8.7 Special Programs Oversight & Compliance 8.8 Small Business Office 74% of our Workforce
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We Deliver … Seven Forward Looking Portfolios 1. Decision Superiority 2. Information Dominance 3. Business and Force Support
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