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Title: JOINT PROJECT MANAGER GUARDIAN (JPM-G)


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

COL CAMILLE NICHOLS JPM-GUARDIAN Joint Program
Executive Office for Chemical and Biological
Defense camille.nichols_at_jpeocbd.osd.mil
2
Outline
  • Program Overview
  • Warfighter Needs
  • Technical Challenges
  • Acquisition Strategy/Funding/Schedule
  • Upcoming Business Opportunities
  • Doing Business with JPM Guardian
  • Contacts

3
Overview
  • The Guardian Mission is to Assist DoD in
    Preparing for, Preventing, Responding to, and
    Recovering from Chemical, Biological,
    Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Events, and to
    Provide Enhanced Physical Security Capability to
    the Army.
  • Provide 200 DoD Installations with an Integrated
    CBRN Protection and Response Capability to
    Protect Personnel, Maintain Critical Military
    Operations, and Restore Critical Operations as
    Quickly as Possible
  • Serves as the Centralized Manager for Equipping
    Army Installation Support Teams, Army Reserve
    Recon/Decon Teams and the National Guard Civil
    Support Teams
  • Provides Affordable, Modular, Scalable and
    Supportable Tactical Force Protection
    Capabilities to Forward Deployed Forces While
    Simultaneously Providing State-of-the-art
    Physical Security Equipment to Army Installations
    Worldwide

4
Installation Protection ProgramMission
Assist DoD in Preparing for, Preventing,
Responding to, and Recovering from CBRN Events
by Providing Effective and Affordable
Capabilities
5
Warfighter Needs - IPP
  • Detection
  • Identification
  • Warning and Reporting
  • Information Management
  • Individual Protection
  • Collective Protection
  • Medical Protection, Surveillance and Response
  • Restoration

Actionable Information to Support Mission
Assurance
6
Technical Challenges - IPP
  • Earlier Reliable Warnings of CBRN Event
  • Improved Contaminate Sample Collection and
    Identification of Warfare Agents/TICs
  • Improved Personal Protection Against Warfare
    Agents/TICs both Inhalation and Percutaneous
  • Improved Collective Protection Against CBR
    Warfare Agents/TICs
  • Rapid Elimination of the Effects of CBR Warfare
    Agents/TICs
  • Improved Decontamination Agent Safety and
    Effectiveness
  • Improved Automation and Integration of Sensor
    Networks

7
IPP Funding (M)
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
PROCUREMENT 91.0 145.0 185.0 204.0 218.0 152.0 148.0
SUSTAINMENT (OM) 0 8.0 29.0 49.0 86.0 116.0 161.0
8
Program Schedule - IPP
If Required
9
Upcoming IPP Business Opportunities
  • Business Volume (Number of Items/Systems)

2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
 
29
22
35
36
32
24
22
Base Warning System Upgrade
42,166
34,468
55,075
53,289
49,628
29,203
43,474
Individual Protection
116
96
156
156
138
110
136
Detection DFU
174
168
287
280
237
212
328
ACADA
87
66
103
104
96
70
66
Rad Portals
1,943
1,538
2,423
2,408
2,224
1,670
1,788
Other
348
284
462
466
409
325
369
Decontamination
9,918
8,012
12,884
12,840
11,559
8,880
10,407
Event Support Equipment
29
22
35
36
32
24
22
Information Systems
29
22
35
32
32
24
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COTS Software
  • Follow-on LSI Contract Award in 3QFY07 (If
    Required)

IPP Equipment
10
LSI Acquisition Role
  • LSI Chairs COTS Procurement Review Board
  • LSI Procures Selected COTS
  • NIOSH, OSHA and NFPA Certified Solutions are
    Preferable
  • 80 Solution is Acceptable
  • LSI is Responsible for Integrated Logistics
    Support
  • LSI is Responsible for On-Going Market Surveys
    and Analysis of Existing and Emerging Commercial
    Technologies to Identify the Best Products and
    Support the Procurement Decisions

LSI Procurement
LSI Technology
11
Doing Business with IPPLSI Role
  • The Lead System Integrator (LSI) is Collecting
    Industry Data via the Web URL https//guardian-tec
    h.saic.com
  • 240 Vendors have Expressed Interest in the
    Program
  • The Guardian Web Portal Currently has 152 Vendor
    Accounts from 133 Companies Containing
    Information on 237 Products.
  • Based on the Information Provided via the Portal,
    the LSI has Conducted Over 60 Follow up Meetings
    with Industry
  • The IPP Team has Started the Process of
    Evaluating Technology Needs, Initiating Market
    Research, and Preparing Technology Insertion
    Recommendations to Support Follow-on Installation
    Procurements

12
Doing Business with IPP Supplier Web Portal
  • The Portal Allows Suppliers to
  • View IPP Program Information
  • Obtain IPP Equipment Specifications Needs
  • Submit Equipment Information for Family of
    Systems (FoS) Consideration
  • The Portal is User Account Based
  • Suppliers Only see Information Regarding Their
    Submissions
  • Suppliers Will be Able to View/Track Their
    Submissions
  • The Portal Enables the LSI to Efficiently Collect
    and Review Information about Potential FoS
    Products
  • Web Portal Streamlines Consistent Product Data
    Collection
  • Product Data is Input by the Suppliers in a
    Format That Enables Efficient Review by LSI/JPM
  • Consistent and Fair Review Process

13
Doing Business with IPP Technology Insertion
Goals
  • Technology Insertion Identifies and Incorporates
    Proven Technologies into the FoS
  • Technology Insertion Enables the IPP to
  • Equip Installations with Best Value Solutions
  • Support the Transition from GOTS to COTS
  • Guide the Marketplace to Provide Best Value
    Solutions
  • Product Improvements for IPP Mission
  • Efficiencies/Cost Reduction
  • Identify and Incorporate Products from DoD and
    Non-Traditional Suppliers with Innovative
    Technologies

14
Doing Business with IPP Technology Insertion
Process Overview
  • Continuous Process
  • Evaluate and Prioritize IPP Technology Needs
  • Conduct Market Research
  • Communicate IPP Needs to Industry
  • Screen and Influence Industry Products
  • Evaluate Components for Inclusion in the FoS

15
Weapons of Mass Destruction-Civil Support
Systems Mission
Provide CBRN Analytical, Communications,
Protection, Response And Survey Capabilities in
Support of Civil Support Teams and Reserve
Reconnaissance and Decontamination Platoons in
Support of Homeland Security Requirement
16
Warfighter Needs WMD-CSS
  • Individual Protection
  • Mobile CBRN Analytical Capability
  • Mobile C2 Capability
  • Emerging Threat Detection and Identification

17
Technical Challenges WMD-CSS
  • Advanced Technologies with Enhanced Sensitivity
    and Selectivity in the Detection and
    Identification of Chemical Warfare (CW) Agents
    and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs)
  • CB Emerging Threat Detection and Identification
  • Communication Interoperability with Federal,
    State, and Local Emergency Responders at a WMD
    Event
  • Improved Individual Protective Equipment
  • Longer Operation in Hot/Warm Zones
  • Materials and Filters Effective Against all
    Agents

18
WMD-CSS Funding (M)
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE 18.0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0
PROCUREMENT 32.0 54.0 9.0 0 0 0 0
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Program Schedule WMD-CSS
Program FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE
UCS I
Production
RDTE
ALS I
Individual Equipment
RDTE
Procurement
20
Upcoming Business OpportunitiesWMD-CSS
ALS
  • ALS Block I 4QFY07 61 Systems
  • Automation of Analytical Laboratory System
  • Improved Sensitivity and Specificity of Chemical
    and Biological Identification Systems
  • Improved Biological Agent Identification Time
  • Incorporation of Radiological Detection and
    Identification
  • UCS Increment I 4QFY05 62 Systems
  • Improved C4I Communications and Interoperability
    with Other Government Agencies and State/Local
    Emergency Management
  • Improved Decision Support/Analysis Capability
  • Spiral Upgrade of C2 Systems to stay Relevant

UCS
21
Force Protection Systems Mission
Provide Affordable, Modular, Scaleable and
Supportable Tactical Force Protection
Capabilities to Forward Deployed Forces While
Simultaneously Providing State-of-the-art,
Physical Security Equipment to Army
Installations Worldwide
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Warfighter Needs - FPS
  • Infrastructure
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection and
    Anti-Intrusion
  • Consequence/Incident Management
  • Active Defense Against Threats
  • Operational
  • Mobile Surveillance Capabilities
  • Improved High Yield Explosive Detection
  • Vehicles
  • Personnel
  • Packages
  • Improved Tactical Force Protection Capability

23
Technical Challenges - FPS
  • Infrastructure
  • Control Access to all Army Installations.
  • Detect and Assess as Necessary the Unauthorized
    Intrusion or Attempted Intrusions of Protected
    Areas.
  • Secure High Value, Sensitive, and Pilferable
    Assets.
  • Non-Intrusively Detect Explosives, Drugs, and
    other Contraband in Cargo Containers and Vehicles
    Entering DoD Facilities.
  • Reducing Security Manpower Through Technology
  • Operational
  • Early Detection of Vehicles and Personnel to
    Enhance Soldier Survivability During Defensive
    and Ambush Type Operations.
  • Early Warning and Illumination to Individuals and
    Small Units.
  • Capability to Conduct Semi-Autonomous Random
    Patrols, and Surveillance Activities, Including
    Barrier Assessment and Theft Detection Functions.

24
FPS Funding (M)
M FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
RDTE 14.0 14.0 14.0 14.0 14.0 14.0 14.0
PROCUREMENT 73.0 67.0 70.0 81.0 74.0 75.0 78.0
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Program Schedule - FPS

ICIDS
MDARS
LKMD
BAIS
Program FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11
FPS Equipment
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Upcoming FPS BusinessOpportunities
  • ICIDS/IDS 4QFY06 77 Systems
  • Highly Secure Standardized Intrusion Detection
    System
  • Provides the Means to Detect and Assess the
    Unauthorized Intrusion or Attempted Intrusions of
    Protected Areas.
  • MDARS 1QFY07 5 Systems
  • Provides Capability to Conduct Semi-autonomous
    Random Patrols and Surveillance Activities,
    Including Barrier Assessment and Theft Detection
    Functions.
  • Army Physical Security Enhancements
  • Access Center Point Upgrade- Funded Annually
  • CENTCOM Support- Funded as need Arises
  • Access Control Points
  • Personnel / Vehicle Screening

FPS Systems
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Points of Contact
  • Deputy Joint Project Manager-Guardian
  • Mr. Don Buley
  • (703) 681- 0614
  • don.buley_at_jpeocbd.osd.mil
  • Deputy Project Manager-WMD-CSS
  • Mr. Jim Frank
  • (410) 436-2980
  • jim.frank_at_sbccom.apgea.army.mil
  • Deputy Project Manager-FPS
  • Mr Jerry Edwards
  • (703) 704-2412
  • jerry.edwards_at_pm-fps.army.mil

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BACKUP SLIDES
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Equipment Solutions
Detection
  • Automatic Chemical Agent Detection and Alarm
    (ACADA)
  • Automated Chem / Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC)
    Detection (ACADA 24/7)
  • Improved Chemical Agent Monitor (ICAM) (Chem
    Survey Tool)
  • Handheld Radiation Detection/Survey Unit
    (AN/PDR-77)
  • Personal Radiation Monitoring Device (AN/UDR-14)
  • Detection and Identification of TIC Vapors
    (Draeger Tubes)
  • Solid /Liquid TIC Detectors
  • Exploranium 980 Radiological Detection at
    Installation Gates
  • Exploranium GR135 Handheld Radiological
    Identification Systems

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Equipment Solutions
Individual Protective Equipment
  • Protective Masks for Military as Required
  • M40A1
  • MCU-2A/P
  • Protective Overgarments for Military Personnel as
    Required
  • Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit
    Technology (JSLIST)
  • Footwear Black Vinyl Overboot
  • Gloves 7, 14, 25 mil
  • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)
  • Protective Overgarments
  • Level A B Suits to Protect First Responders
  • Level C Suits to Protect Emergency Response
    Personnel (Medical Security)
  • Footwear / HAZMAT
  • Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)
  • Escape Hoods

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Equipment Solutions
Collective Protection
  • CBRN Filtration Systems (Hardware and Filters)
  • Integration with Existing Environmental Control
    Systems (HVAC)
  • Entry / Exit Vestibules
  • Sealing of Building Leakage Points / Other
    Building Modifications
  • Medical Surveillance of Installation Population
    (ESSENCE IV)
  • Chemical Pretreatments
  • Nerve Agent Antidotes
  • Biological Agent Treatments / Countermeasures
  • Current On-Base Mass Warning / Notification
    System
  • Leverage Existing Local Area Networks
  • Telecommunications (Cell Phones, Pagers, PDAs)

Medical
Warning Systems
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Equipment Solutions
Decontamination
  • Personal Equipment Decon Kit (M295)
  • Individual Decon Kit (M291)
  • Immediate Limited Equipment Decon System (M100)
  • Personnel Decon Tents (HAZMAT Team / Casualties)
  • Commercial Equipment Decontamination System

Information Systems
  • Sensors are Integrated and Networked
  • Integrated Hardware and Software Solutions to
    Support Decision Making and Response Processes

33
WMD-CSS
  • NGB Civil Support Teams (CSTs)
  • Responsible for the Development, Procurement and
    Fielding of the Analytical Laboratory System
    (ALS) and the Unified Command Suite (UCS)
  • Provide Personnel Protective Equipment,
    Decontamination and Detection/Identification
    Equipment to CSTs
  • Program Supports 52 CSTs now
  • OSD Funded Additional Teams FY05- FY07
  • Reserve Recon/Decon Teams
  • Program Supports 9 Decon Units and 75 Recon Units
    now
  • Provide Personnel Protective Equipment
  • Provide Decontamination Shelters
  • Roles and Functions Review may Change Equipment

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WMD-CSS Analytical Laboratory System (ALS) Block O
  • Mission
  • Provide the National Guard Civil Support Teams
    (CSTs) an Improved Mobility Capability to
    Conduct Presumptive Detection and Identification
    Analysis of Unknown or Potential Chemical and
    Biological Warfare (CBW) Agents and Toxic
    Industrial Materials/Chemicals (TIMs/TICs) at an
    Incident Site and Transmit that Information
    Electronically via the Unified Command Suite
    (UCS) in Support of the First Responder Incident
    Commander
  • Capabilities
  • State-of-the-Art Engineering Controls Protecting
    Operators and Environment
  • Provides Results from Screening of TIC/TIM/CW
    Samples within 45 Minutes
  • Provides Results from Screening of BW Samples
    within 30 Minutes
  • Presumptive ID with Biological Hand Held Assays
    (HHAs)
  • C-130 Air Transportable

35
WMD-CSSUnified Command Suite (UCS) Baseline
System
Mission The UCS Provides the Reach-back
Communications for Connectivity for the
Analytical Laboratory System (ALS) with Higher
Authority and Technical Support Agencies,
Allowing the Civil Support Team (CST) Commanders
the Ability to Assess the Incident Scene, Advise
Response, and Facilitate Access to DoD
Information in Support to the First Responder
Incident Commander
  • Capabilities
  • A Self-contained, Stand-alone C-130 Air Mobile
    Communications Platform
  • Digital Voice and Data over Satellite Network
  • NIPRNET, SIPRNET
  • Radio Remote and Intercom with Cross Banding
  • Over the Horizon Communication
  • Interoperable Interface with State Emergency
    Management and Other Military Units

36
FPS Battlefield Anti-Intrusion System (BAIS)
MISSION Replaces tactical sensor system for
Platoon Early Warning System and provides
capability for early detection of vehicles and
personnel to enhance soldier survivability during
defensive and ambush type operations. Enhances
time available to determine appropriate tactical
response. Organic to appropriate tactical units
and available under common table of allowances to
other forces to meet contingency missions.
Emphasis is placed on ease of deployment,
operation, and recovery.
  • CAPABILITIES
  • Component weight lt1.65 lbs
  • Detection range lt450m
  • Transmission range gt2km
  • Operational after 1m drop
  • Estimated cost per system ranges from
  • 18-30K, depending on quantity.
  • Receives alarms from other compatible sensors
  • Minimum 96 hours continuous operation
  • Very low false alarm rate
  • Target classification

37
FPS Lighting Kit, Motion Detector (LKMD)
MISSION Lightweight, man-portable, easily
emplaced and recoverable, motion activated
device provides early warning and illumination
to individuals and small units. Increases time
to effectively determine appropriate tactical
response. To be used as an independent/individual
ly employed early warning device or as a part of
a security concept layer.
Remote Command/
Control Transceiver
Module
-
Front
-
(Sensor/Light)
Remote Command/
Remote Command/
  • CAPABILITIES
  • Lightweight no more than 4 lbs
  • Emplacement by 1 person within 5 minutes
  • Sensor range 100 feet or greater
  • Sufficient power for 5 days of operation
  • Visible and Infrared illumination
  • Reusable portable sensor
  • Remote control command transceiver
  • Carrying case with accessories

Control Transceiver
Control Transceiver
Module
-
Rear (Control Panel)
Module
-
Rear (Control Panel)
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FPS Integrated Commercial Intrusion Detection
System (ICIDS)
MISSION ICIDS is a highly secure standardized
intrusion detection system using state of the art
technology. The ICIDS provides the means to
detect and assess as necessary the unauthorized
intrusion or attempted intrusions of protected
areas.



CAPABILITIES
The system components consist of commercially
available interior and exterior sensors, a
primary monitor console, remote status monitors,
remote area data collectors, closed circuit
television, entry control systems, and audio
assessment devices.
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FPS Mobile Detection Assessment Response System
(MDARS)
MISSION Provides capability to conduct
semi-autonomous random patrols, and surveillance
activities, including barrier assessment and
theft detection functions. Variety of
applications general storage yards depots
arms, ammunition, and explosives (AAE) storage
areas air fields rail yards and port
facilities. Autonomously conducts surveillance
activities checking for intruders remote
investigation of an alarm source lock
interrogations and assessments of facility
barriers (i.e., doors of AAE storage bunkers).
  • CAPABILITIES
  • Command and control of four patrol units in
    motion
  • System-generated, preprogrammed patrol paths
  • Response speed of 15 kph (9 mph)
  • 360 intrusion detection and assessment out to
    100m with Pd of 0.95
  • Video assessment through starlight conditions
  • Product/barrier assessment at 20m range Line of
    Sight
  • Continuous operation for 14 hours
  • Scanning radar for intruder detection
  • Forward-looking infrared for intruder assessment
  • Stereo vision and laser scanners for obstacle
    avoidance
  • Product and barrier assessment system

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Army Physical Security Enhancements
Access Control Systems
Personnel / Vehicle Screening Systems
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