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Title: Joint Combat Support Systems


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Joint Combat Support Systems
Project Manager COL John S. Myers Deputy PM
Acquisition Mr. Dennis Mazurek Deputy PM
Technology TBD
  • Sets, Kits and Outfits
  • LTC Brian Tachias
  • Joint Light Tactical Vehicle
  • LTC Wolfgang Petermann
  • LtCol Ruben Garza (USMC)

Develop and Acquire Joint Combat Support Systems
for Expeditionary Forces
  • Test, Measurement Diagnostics Equipment
  • Mr. Steve Lingar

Support the Joint Warfighter across the spectrum
of conflict
  • Horizontal Technology Insertion
  • Mr. Jim Loughridge

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public
release distribution is unlimited.
2
Agenda
  • JCSS Overview
  • OSD / DAE Guidance
  • Precursor Efforts
  • Technology Development Phase Schedule

3
Product Director - Test, Measurement and
Diagnostic Equipment (PD TMDE)
http//pmtmde.redstone.army.mil/
General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment (GPETE)
Calibration Sets (CALSETS)
Maintenance Support Device (MSD)
Portable Radar Test Set
Wireless Diagnostic Sensors (WDS)
4
Product Manager - Sets, Kits, Outfits and
Tools (PM SKOT)
http//pmskot.army.mil
Shop Equipment Contact Maintenance (SECM)
Tool Kit Carpenter, Squad Box (CTK-S)
Carpenters, Tool Kits (CTK)
Standard Automotive Tool Set (SATS)
General Mechanics Tool Kit (GMTK)
Forward Repair System (FRS)
5
Horizontal Technology Insertion (HTI)
http//contracting.tacom.army.mil/ssn/emip.htm
Expedited Modernization Initiative Procedure
(EMIP) Component Technology Demonstrations
MARKET RESEARCH NOT SOURCE SELECTION
6
PM Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (PM JLTV)
http//contracting.tacom.army.mil/majorsys/jltv/jl
tv.htm
7
10 SEP 07 DAE JLTV Guidance
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10 SEP 07 DAE JLTV Guidance
  • DAE Concerns
  • Firm requirements
  • Maturity of technology to meet the requirements
  • Funding adequacy
  • DAE Guiding principles - programs will not enter
    SDD unless
  • Demonstrated high probability of delivering
    systems on time and within budget
  • Programs are fully funded
  • Additional guidance
  • Competitive prototyping and testing demonstrating
    achievable levels of the requirements
  • Analysis of options to sustain a competitive
    environment in tech development, SDD and
    production phases
  • Maximized commonality of high cost components
    across the vehicle variants
  • An SDD phase that includes entrance and exit
    criteria with demonstrated technology and
    manufacturing and integration readiness
  • Work with Joint Staff to define appropriate
    levels of protection from threats and incorporate
    lessons learned from OIF/OEF

JLTV Directed to a MS A review as soon as
practical
9
19 SEP 07 Competitive Prototyping Guidance
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19 SEP 07 Competitive Prototyping Guidance
  • Military Services and Defense Agencies will
    formulate all pending and future programs with
    acquisition strategies and funding that provide
    for two or more competing teams producing
    prototypes through Milestone (MS) B. Competing
    teams producing prototypes of key system elements
    will reduce technical risk, validate designs,
    validate cost estimates, evaluate manufacturing
    processes, and refine requirements. In total,
    this approach will also reduce time to fielding.
  • all acquisition strategies requiring USD(ATL)
    approval must be formulated to include
    competitive, technically mature prototyping
    through MS B. It is the policy of the
    Department of Defense that this acquisition
    strategy should be extended to all appropriate
    programs below ACAT I.

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22 DEC 07 DAE JLTV Guidance
12
22 DEC 07 DAE JLTV Guidance
  • Approval to enter Acquisition Process at MS A
  • Approval to release RFP for Technology
    Development (TD)
  • Multiple Contract Awards
  • Full and Open Competition
  • Approval of TD Exit Criteria
  • Army designated as Lead Service
  • Designation of JLTV as Pre-MDAP
  • Program documents to be approved within 90 days
  • Services directed to fund SDD Phase

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International Military Group FTTS
DemonstratorUtility Vehicle (UV) Trailer
Survivability Force Protection Monocoque
cab Modular Armor Kit 2 person cab Network
Centricity Integrated communications suite
Integrated computer system
Sustainability Limited on-board diagnostics
75kW integrated, exportable AC power Transportabi
lity 92 w x 83 h x 221 l CH-47 and C-130
Transportable Demonstrator curbweight 18,600
lbs Reducible weight 16,400 lbs Mobility
Parallel Hybrid electric propulsion Torsion bar
suspension, passive shocks Designed for
adjustable ride height control Central Tire
Inflation Systems (CTIS) Rear axle steer
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) Payload 3400 lb
payload with integral armor On-board crane
with 800 lb lift _at_ 8 Operational Range Over
555 mile range
UV Companion Trailer Commonality with UV
Common tires, suspension, brakes with
truck Payload 5500 lb payload
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Lockheed Martin Owego FTTS DemonstratorUtili
ty Vehicle (UV) Trailer
Survivability Force Protection Space Frame
Cab Modular Armor Kit Machine Gun Ringmount
2 crew 1 jump seat Network Centricity
Integrated communications suite Integrated
computer system Sustainability Limited
on-board diagnostics 8kW integrated exportable
AC power Transportability 95 w x 90 h x 229
l CH-47 C-130 Transportable Demonstrator
curbweight 21,600 lb Reducible curbweight
19,705 lb Mobility Parallel Hybrid electric
propulsion SLA suspension with Air Spring,
passive shocks Adjustable Ride height control
(4 position) Central Tire Inflation (CTIS)
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) Payload 3300 lb
payload with A-kit armor On-board crane with
1000 lb lift _at_ 5 Operational Range 528 mile
range
UV Companion Trailer Commonality with UV
Common tires, suspension, brakes with
truck Payload 6100 lb payload
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ONR (NATC) Combat Tactical Vehicle
(CTV) Technology Demonstrator
(TD)
Survivability Force Protection 6
Marine/Soldier cab Monocoque Aluminum-based
V-Shaped Lower Hull with Integrated
Armor/Structure Modular Armor Kit
Blast-Mitigating Seats Air Conditioning w/
Modular NBC Automatic Fire Suppression
Accepts Multiple Weapons Stations Network
Centricity Integrated communications suite
Sustainability Limited on-board diagnostics
10Kw on the Move 30Kw Stationary Integrated,
exportable AC power Transportability 96 w x
220 l Operational Ht 86 inches Reducible
Ht 76.4 inches CH53/CH47 EAT C130
Transportable MPS Amphibious shipping
Demonstrator curb weight 15,600 lbs Mobility
322 Hp Detroit Diesel 926 6-Speed Twin Disc
Transmission with Integral Transfer Case SLA
Independent w/ 3-Position Ride Height Adjustment
24 Wheel Travel Central Tire Inflation
Systems (CTIS) Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
w/ Integrated Stability Control Payload 6000
lb payload with integral armor Operational
Range 400 miles
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History of CDD/PD/SRRs
Nov 06 Feb 07
Jun 07
Oct 07
Feb 08
CDD
AROC MROC Approved
CDD 2.0 1 Nov 06
CDD 2.1 16 Nov 06
CDD 2.2 4 Dec 06
CDD 2.3 2 Jan 07
CDD 2.4 30 Jan 07
CDD 2.5 20 Mar 07
CDD 2.6 20 Apr 07
CDD 2.6a 16 Jul 07
CDD 2.7 23 Aug 07
CDD 2.7a 21 Nov 07
PD
Web Posted
Web Posted
Web Posted
Web Posted
Final RFP
PD 1.8 7 Dec 07
PD 1.7 4 Oct 07
PD 1.3 4 Jun 07
PD 1.4 19 Jun 07
PD 1.5 23 Jul 07
PD 1.6 15 Aug 07
PD 2.0 5 FEB 08
PD 1.0 1 Apr 07
PD 1.1 2 May 07
PD 1.2 14 May 07
SRR
Pre-SRR 24 Apr 07
Pre-SRR 8 Aug 07
Pre-SRR 5 Jun 07
Pre-SRR 16 May 07
SRRB 5 Sep 07
Pre-SRR 28 Aug 07
BOD SRR 21 Sep 07
GO SRR 11 Jan 08
AO SRR 19 Dec 07
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Industry Interaction
Oct 06 Prior Feb 07
Jun 07
Oct 07 Feb
08
EMIP
Expedited Modernization Initiatives Procedure
Industry Meetings
Industry Day 6 Aug 06
Meetings with Industry 17-20 Sep 07
Preproposal Conference 19-21 Feb 08
Captains of Industry 9 Mar 07
Platform System Demonstration 14 Aug - 1
Sep 06
Web Site Updates
Web Posted
Web Posted
Web Posted
Web Posted
Web Posted
Web Posted
Web Posted
Final RFP
SOW Sections C, E F 24 Jan 08
PD 1.8 7 Dec 07
Website Established Aug 06
Request for Info I 6 Dec 06
Request for Info II 31 May 07
PD 2.0 5 FEB 08
Partial Draft SOW 30 Aug 07
PD 1.7 4 Oct 07
PD 1.5 23 Jul 07
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JLTV Life-Cycle Acquisition Approach
  • Tech Development Phase
  • Full and open competition for 2 or more Cost Type
    contracts
  • Prototypes from each Payload Category (including
    Trailers)
  • Designs for the entire FoV
  • Developmental Test, limited Operational Test,
    Limited Live Fire RAM miles
  • Potential Off-Ramp to MS C for select
    subconfigurations
  • System Development Demonstration Phase
    (Notional)
  • Full and open competition to award 2 contracts
  • TDP Data rights addressed in RFP
  • TRL 6 or higher required in RFP
  • Cost or Fixed Price type contracts
  • Production Phase (Notional)
  • Restricted competition (SDD Contractors only),
    down select to one contractor
  • Focused incentives (Reliability Growth,
    Maintenance Man-hour Reduction, Fuel Efficiency,
    Life Cycle OS Reduction, Accelerated Deliveries)
  • RFP to include requirement for TDP
    (Re-competition, Spares, Engineering Efforts,
    Etc.)
  • TDP CLIN executed post Production Verification
    Test
  • Fixed Priced type contract for LRIP and FRP

19
JLTV Program Schedule (MS B and beyond are
Notional)
20
Knowledge Transfer during Requirements Management
  • Deliberate Knowledge Points in TD Phase support
    key decision making for CDD updates.
  • Use of indicators at each Knowledge Point to
    reduce technical and acquisition risk for key
    knowledge areas.
  • Managing complementary capabilities may be
    facilitated through use of option packages
    (groupings of like capabilities).

21
Summary
  • 27 Months Technology Development Phase
  • TD Phase informs JLTV FoV requirement (CDD)
  • Strategy for MS B and beyond TBD by MDA

22
Welcome potential JLTV bidders
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Joint Combat Support Systems
Project Manager COL John S. Myers Deputy PM
Acquisition Mr. Dennis Mazurek Deputy PM
Technology TBD
  • Sets, Kits and Outfits
  • LTC Brian Tachias
  • Joint Light Tactical Vehicle
  • LTC Wolfgang Petermann
  • LtCol Ruben Garza (USMC)

Develop and Acquire Joint Combat Support Systems
for Expeditionary Forces
  • Test, Measurement Diagnostics Equipment
  • Mr. Steve Lingar

Support the Joint Warfighter across the spectrum
of conflict
  • Horizontal Technology Insertion
  • Mr. Jim Loughridge

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public
release distribution is unlimited.
24
Backup
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Tech Development Phase Vehicle Quantities
  • Rationale for Vehicle Types
  • At least 1 prototype from each payload category
    in order to represent the FoV
  • USMC USA Infantry Carrier have different
    Transportability requirements
  • Height not required to be different may be
    single configuration
  • Most Divergent JLTV-A-GP (General Purpose)
  • Most Urgent Need JLTV-B-IC (Infantry Carrier)
  • Most Complex JLTV-B-C2OTM (C2 On The Move)
  • Most Numerous JLTV-C-UTL (Shelter
    Carrier/Utility/Prime Mover)
  • Rationale for Test Asset Quantities
  • JLTV-A 1 each for Performance and Reliability
    Testing
  • JLTV-B 1 each (JLTV-B-IC-USA, JLTV-B-IC-USMC,
    JLTV-B-C2OTM) for Performance and 1
    (JLTV-B-IC-USMC) for Reliability Testing
  • JLTV-C 1 vehicle for Performance (Reliability
    similar to JLTV-B)

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DDRE Memo 24 Aug 07 Department of Defense
Science Technology Program
  • DoDs Science and Technology investment may be
    inadequate to meet the imposing security threats
    that challenge our Nation and may not be
    adequately robust to take advantage of key
    scientific and technological opportunities that
    offer breakthrough advantages to our
    warfighters. (excerpt, paragraph 1)
  • The defense science and technology program must
    enable new strategies to prosecute the global war
    on terrorism and to counter nation state
    modernization while also preparing the nation for
    the new threats America will face in the future.
    (excerpt, paragraph 4)
  • The Defense Department has an inadequate
    investment in both passive advanced armor
    materials and active armor technology. This
    reality is best illustrated by the urgent
    supplemental funded efforts that have used
    combinations of available materials to provide
    heavy solutions for vehicle and body armor. It
    is not clear that we will succeed in developing a
    class of material armor that can withstand future
    threats. Combining advanced armor materials with
    active armor is a prudent hedge against the
    evolving capability of armor piercing
    technology. excerpt, Attachment 1)

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Technology Development Phase Schedule
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The Balanced Solution JLTV Family of Vehicles
and Trailers
PAYLOAD CATEGORY A
PAYLOAD CATEGORY B
PAYLOAD CATEGORY C
Payload 3,500 Performance Exceed
HMMWV Transport 1x EAT CH/MH 47/ CH53 2x IAT
C130
Payload 4000 / 4500 lbs Performance Exceed
HMMWV Transport 1x EAT CH 47/53 1x IAT C130
Payload 5,100 lbs Performance Exceed
HMMWV Transport 1x EAT CH 47/53 1x IAT C130
Sub-Configurations
Sub-Configurations
Sub-Configurations
ONR TARDEC Concept Examples
Army FTTS Demonstrator Vehicles
ONR TARDEC Concept Examples
ONR CTV Demonstrator Vehicle
EAT External Air Transport IAT Internal
Air Transport USMC Army JLTV-B-ICs may
be the same vehicle
Trailers for each payload category to have
similar payload and mobility as prime movers.
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