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Title: JOINT PROJECT MANAGER DECONTAMINATION (JPM-DECON)


1
JOINT PROJECT MANAGERDECONTAMINATION (JPM-DECON)
  • April 26, 2005Advanced Planning Brief to
    Industry

Lt Col DALE TAKENAKA JPM-DECON Joint Program
Executive Office for Chemical and Biological
Defense dale.takenaka_at_usmc.mil
2
Outline
  • Program Overview
  • Warfigther Needs
  • Technical Challenges
  • Acquisition Strategy/ Funding/ Schedule
  • Upcoming Business Opportunities
  • Contacts

3
Overview
  • Strategic Vision Provide the Warfighter an
    Affordable Family of Modern Decontaminants and
    Applicators for Immediate, Operational and
    Thorough Decontamination to Sustain Operations in
    a Contaminated Environment with the Least
    Necessary Burden and Minimum Degradation to
    Mission Accomplishment
  • Mid Term Provide the Warfighter with an Enhanced
    Capability to Conduct Immediate, Operational and
    Thorough Decontamination Through Spiral
    Development
  • Long-Term Optimize the Warfighters Decon
    Capability in the Following Areas
  • Logistical Footprint Including Materials,
    Manpower, Water, Power, Fuel, Transportation,
    etc. for Decon Operations
  • Environmental Friendliness
  • Self-Decontamination

4
Warfighter Needs
  • Six Decontamination Programs have been identified
    by the Joint Requirement Office (JRO)
  • Joint Service Personnel/Skin Decontamination
    System (JSPDS)
  • Joint Service Transportable Decontamination
    System Small Scale (JSTDS SS)
  • Joint Service Transportable Decontamination
    System Large Scale (JSTDS LS)
  • Joint Portable Decontamination System (JPDS)
  • Joint Service Sensitive Equipment Decontamination
    (JSSED)
  • Joint Platform Interior Decontamination (JPID)

5
Joint Service Personnel/Skin Decontamination
System (JSPDS)
6
Joint Service Personnel/SkinDecontamination
System (JSPDS)-Warfighter Needs
  • FDA Approved Decontaminant for use on Skin
  • Effective against
  • Chemical Agents
  • Biological Agents
  • Toxic Industrial Materials (Chemical/Biological/Ra
    diological)
  • Compatible with Detectors, Other Decontaminants,
    Petroleums, Oils, Lubricants and Other Materiel
    Found on the Battlefield
  • Suitable for Use on Personnel, Casualties,
    Wounds, and Individual Equipment and for Use in
    Mortuary Affairs

7
JSPDS Acquisition Strategy
  • The JSPDS Program is Implementing an Evolutionary
    Acquisition Strategy Using Spiral and Incremental
    Development
  • Increment I will Leverage Commercial
    Off-the-Shelf (COTS) Systems/Non-developmental
    Items (NDI). This Increment will Increase the
    Warfighter's Capability and Address Near-term
    Support Issues with the M291 Skin Decontamination
    Kit (SDK) Predecessor System
  • Increment II will Focus on Expanding the
    Capabilities, Such as Increasing the Agents the
    Systems Can Decontaminate, and Expanding Mission
    Sets

8
JSPDS Technical Challenges
  • Effective Against Broad Spectrum of Agents
  • Use in Operating Temperature Extremes
  • -25oF (-32oC) to 130oF (54oC)
  • Storage Temperatures and Shelf Life
  • Durable Packaging and Easy to Open
  • Compatibility with Detectors, Other
    Decontaminants, Petroleums, Oils, Lubricants and
    Other Materiel Found on the Battlefield

9
JSPDS Funding
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE 5.6 2.5 1.5 1.1 2.0
PROCUREMENT 10.0 12.6 14.2 16.3 17.2
10
JSPDS Program Schedule
11
JSPDS Upcoming Business Opportunities
  • RSDL was Assessed at the Technology Readiness
    Level of Seven. This Rating was Achieved After
    the Canadian Armed Forces Fielded the System
    During the Gulf War
  • RSDL Has Been Selected to Meet Initial Increment
  • Increment II JSPDS
  • Expected RFP Release for RD/test Quantities
    FY10
  • Estimated Production Quantities TBD
  • Increment II A Full and Open Competition will
    be Used to Award a Contract for Research and
    Development (RD) Efforts and Initial Procurement

12
Joint Service Transportable Decontamination
System Small Scale (JSTDS SS)
13
JSTDS-SS Warfighter Needs
  • JSTDS Small Scale
  • Transportable Off-road Over Any Terrain
  • Mounted on High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled
    Vehicles (HMMWV) and Larger Vehicles (No
    Dedicated Platform)
  • Set-up and Operational in 30 Minutes by 3
    personnel
  • Operable
  • On or Off Vehicle
  • In Close Proximity to Combat Operations
  • By Two Personnel
  • Adaptable to Multiple Missions
  • Throughput
  • Eight Medium Sized Vehicles/Hour
  • One Aircraft (FA-18E/CH-53 Equivalent)/Hour

14
JSTDS-SS Technology Challenges
  • Effectiveness
  • Against Broad Spectrum of Agents
  • On Vast Variety of Materials
  • In Operating Temperature Extremes -25oF to 120oF
  • Decontaminant Compatibility With
  • Vast Variety of Materiel Assets that Must be
    Decontaminated
  • Protective Equipment
  • Detection Devices
  • Other Decontaminants,
  • Petroleums, Oils and Lubricants
  • Other Materiel that May be Exposed to
    Decontaminants
  • Applicator Compatibility with Multiple
    Decontaminants
  • Storage Temperatures Shelf Life
  • Containment/Disposal (Recycling) of Runoff
  • Throughput and System Capacity Requirements

15
JSTDS-SS Acquisition Strategy
  • The JSTDS Small-Scale Program is Implementing an
    Evolutionary Acquisition Strategy Using
    Incremental and Spiral Development
  • Increment I Will Focus Largely Upon Fielding
    Hardware Systems that Improve Upon the Capability
    of the M17 Lightweight Decontamination System
  • Increment II will Focus on Improving Overarching
    Decontamination Processes, Efficacy and System
    Capabilities for Operational and Thorough
    Decontamination of Equipment, Aircraft and
    Non-sensitive Building/Facility Interior Spaces

16
JSTDS-SS Program Schedule
FY 05
FY 06
FY 09
FY 08
FY 10
FY 07
FY 11
RDTE
SDD
DT
IOTE
Production
17
JSTDS-SS Funding
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE 9.6 15.2 7.9 0 0 1.1 2.0
PROCUREMENT 3.0 7.1 11.2 13.2 18.7 23.4
18
JTDS-SS Upcoming BusinessOpportunities
  • Increment II JSTDS-SS
  • Expected RFP Release for RD/Test Quantities
    FY10
  • Estimated Production Quantities TBD

19
Joint Service Transportable Decontamination
System Large Scale (JSTDS LS)
20
JSTDS-LS Warfighter Needs
  • JSTDS Large Scale
  • Operable While on the Move from Medium Sized
    Vehicles (e.g. Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles
    )
  • Primarily on Roads/Hard Surfaces, Limited
    Off-road
  • Operable From an Enclosed/Protected Control
    Station
  • Semi-autonomous 2 Person Operation
  • Readily Adaptable to Multiple Missions
  • Decontaminate Top and Undersides of Vehicles
  • Eight Large Sized Vehicles/Hour
  • One Aircraft (C-9/B1B/C-5 Equivalent)/Hour
  • Terrain Decontamination
  • 5m Wide Path in Single Pass
  • 3000m2 Without Resupply
  • Facility Decontamination
  • Decontaminate and See Where Decontaminate Has
    Been Applied to Elevated Structures 13 m High

21
JSTDS-LS Technology Challenges
  • Effectiveness
  • Against Broad Spectrum of Agents
  • On Vast Variety of Materials
  • In Operating Temperature Extremes -25oF to 120oF
  • Decontaminant Compatibility with
  • Vast Variety of Materiel Assets that Must be
    Decontaminated
  • Protective Equipment
  • Detection Devices
  • Other Decontaminants,
  • Petroleums, Oils and Lubricants
  • Other Materiel That May be Exposed to
    Decontaminants
  • Applicator Compatibility with Multiple
    Decontaminants
  • Storage Temperatures Shelf Life
  • Containment/Disposal (Recycling) of Runoff
  • Throughput and System Capacity Requirements

22
JSTDS-LS Acquisition Strategy
  • The JSTDS Large-Scale Program is Implementing an
    Evolutionary Acquisition Strategy Using
    Incremental and Spiral Development
  • Increment I will Focus Largely Upon Fielding
    COTS/NDI Hardware Systems that Improve Upon the
    Capability of the M12A1
  • Increment II will Focus on Improving Overarching
    Decontamination Processes, Efficacy, and system
    capabilities for Operational and Thorough
    Decontamination of Equipment, Aircraft and
    Non-sensitive Building/Facility Interior Spaces

23
JSTDS-LS Program Schedule
24
JSTDS-LS Funding
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE 0 0 0 1.0 6.2 4.1 0
PROCUREMENT 0 0 0 4.0 20.7 38.7
25
JSTDS-LS Upcoming BusinessOpportunities
  • Increment I JSTDS Large Scale
  • Expected RFP Release for RD/Test Quantities
    FY08
  • Estimated Production Quantities (Option)
    500-1000 Systems

26
Joint Portable Decontamination System (JPDS)
27
JPDS Warfighter Needs
  • JPDS
  • Easy to Operate
  • Hand-held/Back-pack System
  • Able to be Rapidly Employed when Needed
  • Require Minimal Training and Maintenance

28
JPDS Technology Challenges
  • Effectiveness
  • Against Broad Spectrum of Agents
  • On Vast Variety of Materials
  • In Operating Temperature Extremes -25oF to 120oF
  • Decontaminant Compatibility with
  • Vast Variety of Materiel Assets that Must be
    Decontaminated
  • Protective Equipment, Detection devIces and Other
    Decontaminants,
  • Petroleums, Oils, and Lubricants
  • Other Materiel that May be Exposed to
    Decontaminants
  • Applicator Compatibility with Multiple
    Decontaminants
  • Storage Temperatures Shelf Life
  • Light-weight Man-portable - Backpack
  • Multiple Decontamination Missions
  • Aircraft Decontamination
  • Non-sensitive Building/Facility Interior Space
  • Broad Range of Equipment (Large and Small)

29
JPDS Acquisition Strategy
  • The JPDS Program is Implementing an Evolutionary
    Acquisition Strategy Using Incremental and Spiral
    Development
  • Increment I will Provide Initial or Improved
    Capabilities to Decontaminate a Broad Range of
    Equipment (e.g. Ships, Tactical Vehicles and
    Crew-served Weapons). In Addition, JPDS will be
    Used for Immediate Decontamination of Individual
    Equipment. JPDS will be Used with Existing
    Approved Soaps to Perform Decontamination
    Operations on Aircraft and Aircraft Support
    Equipment
  • Increment II will Focus on Improving
    Decontamination Processes, Efficacy, and System
    Capabilities to Include Thorough Decontamination
    of Select Aircraft and Non-sensitive
    Building/Facility Interior Spaces

30
JPDS Program Schedule
FY 05
FY 06
FY 09
FY 08
FY 10
FY 07
FY 11
RDTE
SDD
DT
IOTE
Production
31
JPDS Funding
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE 0 0 0 .6 1.5 3.1 2.4
PROCUREMENT 0 0 0 0 0 1.5 4.0
32
JPDS Upcoming Business Opportunities
  • Increment I JPDS
  • Expected RFP Release for RD/Test Quantities
    FY07
  • Estimated Production Quantities (Option) Up to
    400,000

33
Joint Service Sensitive Equipment Decontamination
(JSSED)
34
JSSED Overview
  • Joint Service Sensitive Equipment Decon (JSSED)
    is an Evolutionary Acquisition Program to Provide
    the Warfighters with Sensitive Equipment
    Decontamination Capability in the Battlespace.
  • Two Increment Approach
  • Increment I
  • Solvent/Sonication Technology
  • Solvent Regeneration
  • Increment II
  • Large Sensitive Items
  • TIC/TIM
  • Improve Decon Process and Efficacy

35
Warfighter Needs
  • A Method to Recover
  • High Dollar Value Military Assets (over 500)
    that Cannot be Decontaminated and Reused Through
    Current Decontamination Procedures
  • Mission Critical Military Assets that Cannot be
    Decontaminated and Reused Through Current
    Decontamination Procedures or Cannot be Easily
    Replaced in the Battlefield

36
JSSED Technical Challenges
  • Material Compatibility
  • Solvents/Agents Challenges to Material Integrity
    of Silicone, Plastics, Polymer, and Other
    Materiel
  • Large Range of Materiel and Equipment
  • Decon Efficacy
  • 3x to 5x Clean
  • Solvent Regeneration
  • The Ability to Re-use Solvent to Reduce Logistics
    and Cost Burden without Reducing Decon
    Effectiveness
  • Size and Weight
  • Transportability

37
JSSED Acquisition Strategy
  • Two Increments Evolutionary Approach
  • Increment I XM25 Decontamination Apparatus,
    Sensitive Equipment (DASE) for Small Sensitive
    Equipment is Currently in Development
  • Solvent Optimization
  • Limited Objective Experiment (LOE) Prototypes
  • Develop Performance Specs
  • SDD Award FY08
  • Increment II System for Large Sensitive Items
    and Improve Efficacy
  • Drafting Increment II ORD

38
JSSED Program Schedule
FY 05
FY 06
FY 10
FY 08
FY 09
FY 07
FY 11
FY 12
FY 13
RDTE
SDD
LRIP
IOTE
Production
39
JSSED Funding
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE 5.0 1.5 1.3 3.8 4.6 3.1 0
PROCUREMENT 0 0 0 0 6.8 6.9 6.5
40
Upcoming Business Opportunities
  • JSSED System Development and Demonstration
  • With Options for LRIP and Production
  • Award FY08
  • Full and Open Competition

41
Joint Platform Interior Decontamination (JPID)
42
Joint Platform Interior Decontamination (JPID)
Overview
  • System Description Family of Applicators and
    Decontaminants that will Provide Immediate,
    Operational, and Thorough Decontamination
  • Increment I System will Perform Thorough
    Decontamination of Aircraft, Vehicle, Mobile
    Maintenance Facilities, Ships and Building
    Interiors without Damaging Sensitive Equipment
    within or Affecting Service Life of Those Systems
  • Increment II Systems will Perform Thorough
    Decontamination of Aircraft, Vehicle, Mobile
    Maintenance Facilities, Ship and Associated Cargo
    During In-flight/Ground/Shipboard Operations
    without Adversely Affecting Platform Performance

43
Joint Platform Interior Decontamination (JPID)
Warfighter Needs
  • Decontaminant Interiors of Aircraft, Vehicles and
    Ships
  • Effective Against
  • Chemical Agents
  • Biological Agents
  • Toxic Industrial Materials (Chemical/Biological/Ra
    diological)
  • Be Able to Operate During Normal Platform
    Operations
  • Compatibility with Detectors, Petroleums, Oils,
    Lubricants and Other Materiel Found on the
    Battlefield
  • Suitable for Use on Aircrafts, Vehicles and Ships
    in Various Environmental Conditions

44
JPID Technical Challenges
  • Material Compatibility
  • Aircraft, Vehicles and Facilities Interior
    Materials has a Large Range of Material and
    Different Variety of Equipment
  • Aircraft Flight Certification Process
  • Size and Weight
  • Transportability
  • Inside of Small Entry Hatches
  • Reliability of Decontamination Process
  • Must Work Every Time Since Detecting is a
    Challenge to Verify
  • Effectiveness
  • Against Broad Spectrum of Agents
  • On Vast Variety of Materials
  • In Operating Temperature Extremes -25oF to 120oF

45
JPID Acquisition Approach
  • Looking for Industry Off-the-Shelf Solutions
  • Working with Industry to Determine Realistic
    Approach Concerning Airframes, Vehicle, and Ship
    Interior Decontamination.
  • Spiral Acquisition will be the Mainstay of the
    Effort
  • Chemical and Biological Decontamination May
    Require Different Approach and Time Frames

46
JPID Program Schedule
FY 05
FY 06
FY 09
FY 08
FY 10
FY 07
FY 11
RDTE
SDD
DT
IOTE
47
JPID Funding
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE 1.5 0 0 2.5 5.1 5.1 5.1
PROCUREMENT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
48
JPID Business Opportunities
  • Market Analysis was Conducted FY05
  • Conduct Industry Day /Technology Readiness
    Evaluation (TRE) in FY07
  • Milestone B for System Design Demonstration FY08
  • RFP will be Full and Open Competition

49
Points of Contact
  • Joint Project Manager-Decontamination
  • Lt Col Dale Takenaka
  • (703) 432-3349
  • dale.takenaka_at_usmc.mil
  • JSFDS System Manager
  • Vic Murphy
  • (703) 432-3193
  • victor.murphy_at_usmc.mil
  • JSSED System Manager
  • Gyleen Fitzgerald
  • (410) 436-5592
  • gyleen.fitzgerald_at_us.army.mil
  • JPID System Manager
  • Maj Parrish Galloway
  • (210) 536-5883
  • parrish.galloway_at_brooks.af.mil
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