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Title: MR ANTONIE VISSER


1
PRESENTATION TO PORTFOLIO/ STANDING COMMITTEE ON
DEFENCE
DOD STRATEGIC BUSINESS PLAN FY04/05 05/06
By MR ANTONIE VISSER CHIEF DIRECTOR STRATEGIC
MANAGEMENT
01 February 2005
2
AIM
  • To brief members of the Portfolio/Joint Standing
    Committee on Defence on the highlights of the
    DODs Performance Against Plan for FY 04/05 and
    the draft DOD Strategic Business Plan for FY05/06

3
SCOPE
  • Introduction
  • Defence Budget FY04/05 FY05/06
  • Brief highlights of performance against plan and
    related risks for FY04/05 per Programme
  • Broad framework of DOD Strategic Business Plan
    for FY05/06 per Programme
  • DOD Strategic risks
  • Prioritised Options for FY05/06
  • Conclusion

4
INTRODUCTION
  • DOD Business Plan Budget for FY04/05 was
    presented to Portfolio/Joint Standing Committee
    on Defence before it was tabled in Parliament.
  • DOD Plan is based on Environmental Analysis,
    approved strategic risks, and guidelines provided
    by the Minister of Defence, Secretary for Defence
    and the Chief of the SANDF.
  • DOD monitors its performance against the plan per
    quarter through Quarterly Reports
  • An Annual Report is compiled for the financial
    year as prescribed by law. This is still in
    process for FY04/05.

5
DEFENCE BUDGET FY04/05 FY05/06
Sub-Programme Vote 2004 Estimate 2005 Difference
1. Administration 594,275 681,398 87,123
2. Landward Defence 3,383,144 3,575,142 191,998
3. Air Defence 2,243,258 2,395,243 151,985
4. Maritime Defence 1,103,793 1,211,774 107,981
5. Military Health Support 1,317,113 1,517,578 200,465
6. Defence Intelligence 146,743 148,786 2,043
7. Joint Support 2,323,005 2,490,426 167,421
8. Force Employment 1,222,387 1,063,706 (158,681)
9. Special Defence Account 7,923,608 9,075,379 1,151,771
20,257,326 22,159,432 1,902,106
6
PERFORMANCE SUMMARY
  • Summary based on the last three DOD Quarterly
    Reports
  • Annual Report still in process. To be tabled at
    the end of August 2005 in terms of law

7
DEFENCE ADMINISTRATION
  • Finalisation of the Integration process. This was
    presented to and accepted by the Portfolio
    Committee on Defence.
  • Various Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs)
    concluded.
  • DOD Communication Strategy was aligned and
    integrated with Govt cluster objectives and
    priorities.
  • SAS MENDI arrived in Simons Town.
  • DOD Fast Tracking Board continued with issues of
    representivity and fast-tracking in the DOD.
  • Defence Inspectorate successfully retained its
    ISO 90012000 Quality Management System
    Certification.

8
COMMAND AND CONTROL (JOINT OPERATIONS)
  • Participated in peace support operations in
    support of NEPAD, esp in Burundi, the DRC and
    Sudan.
  • Operations support to the national elections.
  • Conducted numerous internal operations in support
    of SAPS.

9
LANDWARD DEFENCE
  • SA Army closed 611 of 658 Force Structure
    Elements (FSEs).
  • Involvement in the integration process in the
    DRC.
  • Successful completion of Ex AIRBORNE AFRICA 2004
    participated in the SA Air Forces Ex IRON EAGLE

10
AIR DEFENCE
  • SA Air Force hosted the 12th International Air
    Reserve Symposium. Fourteen (14) countries
    attended.
  • AFB Ysterplaat Airshow was also a highlight as it
    enabled the SIYANDIZA Project (aviation awareness
    project) to stimulate interest in aviation among
    the youth.
  • The two-yearly Africa Aerospace and Defence
    Exhibition took place.
  • Ex GOLDEN EAGLE, involving Indian and German Air
    Forces, took place during the period under review.

11
MARITIME DEFENCE
  • Seaman Nompumelelo Gaba became the first black
    woman to qualify as an SA Navy diver.
  • Ex RED LION was successfully conducted.
  • SAS TEKWANE provided assistance to the
    Mediterranean Shipping Company, Regatta, in
    Durban.
  • Arrival of the corvettes SAS SPIONKOP and SAS
    MENDI

12
MILITARY HEALTH SERVICE
  • SAMHS hosted the International Congress of
    Aviation and Space Medicine.
  • SAMHS was requested by the UN to present a
    programme on sub-Saharan diseases and
    high-security bio-safety isolation techniques.
  • 1 Med Bn Gp Pipe Band participated in an
    international competition in Edinburgh. Got
    13th position overall and won an award for best
    discipline

13
JOINT SUPPORT
  • 169 DOD members were recruited for re-deployment
    to the SAPS and did with the Conversion Training
    Course at Makwe.
  • The Multi-Media Section of SANDF COLET won the
    prize in the category Best Educational Video of
    2004.
  • The War Simulation Centre, in co-operation with
    the British Peace Support Task Team and CJ
    Operations, completed the planning for Ex RED
    CARD for deployment in the DRC of 43 Mech Bde

14
DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE
  • The first DISC Intelligence Course was
    presented successfully in Zimbabwe to members
    from 10 SADC countries.
  • Defence Intelligence supported Ex MEDFLAG,
    AIRBORNE AFRICA and the Aerospace Africa Defence
    Exhibition.
  • Defence Intelligence, together with Strategy
    Planning Office, played a leading role in
    drafting the National Security Framework which
    was endorsed by the JCPS cluster.

15
DRAFT DOD STRATEGIC BUSINESS PLAN FY05/06
16
DEFENCE ADMINISTRATION
  • Political Direction (Minister of Defence)
  • Purpose To provide political direction to the
    DOD. This ensures the democratic defence of
    South Africa by the execution of the required
    defence commitments and providing appropriate
    defence capabilities

17
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Departmental Direction (Secr for Defence)
  • Purpose To provide departmental direction to
    the DOD to ensure the effective, efficient and
    proper conduct of defence activities in
    accordance with legislation and policy.

18
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • SANDF Command and Control (Chief of the SANDF)
  • Purpose To provide command and control of the
    SANDF

19
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Policy and Planning
  • Purpose To advise on national security policy
    matters and co-ordinate the strategic direction
    process by developing, monitoring and adapting
    defence policy, strategy and plans in accordance
    with national policy to enable the effective,
    efficient and proper conduct of defence activities

20
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Policy and Planning
  • Outputs
  • Defence policy, strategies and plans
  • Structure management services
  • Human resource policy and planning for the DOD
  • Policy advice to the DOD

21
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Financial Management
  • Purpose To provide a cost effective public
    finance service to the Minister of Defence,
    Secretary for Defence and the Chief of the South
    African National Defence Force in accordance with
    the Public Finance Management Act, Treasury
    Regulations and Circulars.
  • Outputs
  • Budget Management Services for the DOD as
    directed by the Accounting Officer (AO)
  • Accounting services to the DOD as directed by the
    AO.
  • Services to ensure compliance with the PFMA.

22
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Acquisition and Procurement
  • Purpose To manage the DOD acquisition and
    procurement processes and policies.
  • Outputs
  • Acquisition and procurement capability and
    services for the DOD.

23
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Corporate Staff Office
  • Purpose To provide corporate staff capability
    for the Chief of the SANDF
  • Output
  • Corporate staff capability for the Chief of the
    SANDF

24
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Inspection Services (Defence Inspectorate)
  • Purpose To ensure the validity and veracity of
    the management information of the DOD.
  • Outputs
  • Internal audit (performance and regulatory)
  • Anti-fraud services.

25
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Chief Directorate Equal Opportunities and
    Affirmative Action (EO AA)
  • Purpose To provide EO and AA advice to
    Secretary for Defence
  • Output
  • Equal Opportunities direction and policy advice
    to the DOD.

26
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Human Resource Support Centre
  • Purpose To provide full human resources support
    services to the DOD.
  • Output Comprehensive human resources support
    service for the DOD.

27
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Legal Services
  • Purpose To provide professional, legitimate and
    deployable military legal services and support
    commensurate to the needs of the DOD
  • Output Military legal service capability and
    services.

28
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Religious Services
  • Purpose To provide a Chaplains Service that
    cares for all DOD members and their dependants
    and promotes spiritual growth, social support and
    ethical conduct.
  • Output Religious policy advice and chaplain
    capability for the SANDF.

29
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Defence Corporate Communication
  • Purpose To provide defence communication
    policy, strategy and plans in accordance with DOD
    policy and national (Government Communication and
    Information System - GCIS) policy and provide a
    centralised corporate communication capability,
    services and products in order to enable
    effective, efficient, interactive two-way
    communication between the DOD and its
    publics/stakeholders.
  • Output
  • Defence communication advice, policy, strategy
    and plans in accordance with DOD policy and
    national (GCIS) communication policy.
  • Corporate communication capability, products and
    services

30
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Reserve Force Division
  • Purpose To direct the development and
    maintenance of the Reserve Force system, to
    provide specialist advice on Reserve Force
    matters and to promote/market the Reserves and
    the volunteer Reserve system.
  • Output Strategic direction to the development
    and maintenance of the Reserve Force system by
    providing specialist advice, policy, strategy,
    plans and doctrine promotional/marketing
    products and services.

31
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Strategy and Planning Office
  • Purpose To provide military strategy and
    planning capability, advice and services for
    Chief SANDF
  • Output Military Strategy and planning
    capability, advice and services for the Chief of
    the SANDF

32
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • Defence Foreign Relations
  • Purpose To provide the C SANDF with a foreign
    relations capability and services.
  • Output Defence foreign relations capability and
    services as directed by C SANDF.

33
DEFENCE ADMIN
  • RISKS
  • Servicing of Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs)
  • Renewal and sustainment of IT-based internal
    control systems for the management of finances,
    structure and personnel of the DOD
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS Reprioritisation

34
LANDWARD DEFENCE
  • PURPOSE To provide prepared and supported
    landward defence capabilities for the defence and
    protection of South Africa
  • MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE Defend and protect South
    Africa by maintaining and providing prepared and
    supported landward combat forces for internal and
    external operations that meet the prescribed
    combat readiness, operational and other
    requirement of Government

35
LANDWARD
  • OUTPUTS
  • Strategic Direction capability
  • Infantry capability
  • Armour capability
  • Artillery Capability
  • Air Defence Artillery Capability
  • Engineer Capability
  • Operational Intelligence Capability
  • Command and Control Capability
  • Support Capability
  • General Training Capability

36
LANDWARD
  • RISKS
  • Provision of affordable and sustainable human
    resource requirements for external operations and
    simultaneously providing for joint and combined
    training requirements. This is compounded by
    health status and ageing HR profile of serving
    members
  • Funding for renewal of Army prime mission
    equipment
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS
  • Military Skills Development System (MSDS) to
    rejuvenate the SANDF
  • Reprioritisation and gradual phasing in of prime
    mission equipment

37
AIR DEFENCE
  • PURPOSE To provide prepared and supported air
    defence capabilities for the defence and
    protection of South Africa
  • MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE Measurable objective
    Defend and protect South Africa by maintaining
    and providing prepared and supported air combat
    forces, services and facilities for internal or
    external operations that meet the prescribed
    combat readiness, operational and other
    requirements of Government.

38
AIR DEFENCE...
  • OUTPUTS
  • Strategic Direction
  • Operational Direction
  • Air Combat Capability
  • Helicopter Capability
  • Transport and Maritime Capability
  • Operational Support and Intelligence Capability
  • Command and Control Capability
  • Command Post Capability
  • Base Support Capability
  • Education, Training and Development Capability
  • Technical Support Services

39
AIR DEFENCE...
  • RISKS
  • Main equipment, weapons systems and
    ground-support infrastructure do not comply with
    required standards for combat readiness.
  • Declining numbers of suitably skilled and
    experienced personnel
  • Loss of local industry expertise
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS
  • Implementation of Strategic Transformation Plan
    Towards Vision 2012 HR Medium-term Strategy
  • Funding through payment of penalties for the late
    delivery of Agusta helicopters

40
MARITIME DEFENCE
  • PURPOSE To provide prepared and supported
    maritime defence capabilities for the defence and
    protection of South Africa
  • MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE Defend and protect South
    Africa by maintaining and providing prepared and
    supported maritime combat forces, services and
    facilities for internal or external operations
    that meet the prescribed combat readiness,
    operational and other requirements of Government

41
MARITIME DEFENCE
  • OUTPUTS
  • Maritime Direction Capability
  • Maritime Combat Capability
  • Maritime Logistics Support Capability
  • Maritime Training Capability
  • Base Support Capability

42
MARITIME DEFENCE
  • RISKS
  • Logistic support, ordnance and facilities for the
    new corvettes and submarines
  • Deterioration of facilities and equipment
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS
  • Limited funding provided by National Treasury
  • Reprioritisation

43
MILITARY HEALTH SERVICE
  • PURPOSE To provide prepared and supported
    medical combat support elements and services
  • MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE To provide prepared and
    supported military medical health capabilities,
    services and facilities for internal or external
    operations that meet the prescribed combat
    readiness, operational and other requirements of
    Government

44
MILITARY HEALTH SERVICE
  • OUTPUTS
  • Strategic Direction
  • Military Health Support
  • Area Military Health Service
  • Specialist/Tertiary Health Service
  • Product Support Capability
  • Base Support Capability
  • Military Health Training Capability

45
MILITARY HEALTH SERVICE
  • RISKS
  • Deterioration of hospitals, facilities and
    equipment, high rate of medical inflation
  • Non-provision of Scarce Skills and Rural Areas
    Allowance negatively affects members
  • Due to changes in health legislation resulted in
    medical base depot can no longer be used for
    storage of medication. Buildings need to be
    upgraded or new ones built.
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS Limited additional funding
    provided by National Treasury will mitigate the
    risk.

46
DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE
  • PURPOSE To provide a defence intelligence and
    counter-intelligence capability
  • MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE Defence intelligence and
    counter-intelligence capabilities, products and
    services that provide early warning and security
    for the defence and protection of South Africa
    and support to its people that meet the
    prescribed combat readiness, operational and
    other requirements of Government

47
DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE
  • OUTPUTS
  • Strategic Direction
  • Defence intelligence operations
  • Defence Intelligence support services

48
DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE
  • RISKS
  • Outdated Information Technology
  • Deteriorating condition of the Defence
    Intelligence HQ building
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS
  • Possibility of Public-Private Partnership is
    being investigated for relocating the Defence
    Intelligence HQ

49
JOINT SUPPORT
  • PURPOSE To supply joint support capabilities and
    services to the department.
  • MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE Strategic Direction, Joint
    Logistic, Command and Management Information,
    Military Policing, Joint Training, Reskilling and
    Resettlement and Human Resources Support
    capabilities, services and facilities for the
    defence and protection of South Africa and
    support to its people that meet the prescribed
    combat readiness, operational and other
    requirements of Government.

50
JOINT SUPPORT
  • OUTPUTS
  • Strategic Direction
  • Command Management Information Capability
  • DOD Logistic Agency
  • Human Resource Support Centre
  • Joint Training Formation
  • Military Policing Agency
  • Service Corps
  • Acquisition Services

51
JOINT SUPPORT
  • RISKS
  • Maintenance and repair of facilities, vehicles
    and equipment
  • Inadequate skills and and experience levels of
    personnel
  • Unsafe and unstable ammunition due to lack of an
    ammunition disposal plan
  • Information Technology related to internal
    control systems (PERSOL, FMS and Health
    Information System)
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS
  • Reprioritisation

52
COMMAND AND CONTROL (JOINT OPERATIONS)
  • PURPOSE The Joint Operations Division conducts
    all operations, joint and multi-national
    exercises for the DOD in service of the RSA.
  • MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE Defend and protect South
    Africa by the command and control of all ordered
    operations by the Defence Force as directed by
    Government.

53
COMMAND AND CONTROL (JOINT OPERATIONS)
  • OUTPUTS
  • Strategic Direction (Operations Division HQ)
  • Command and Control
  • Special Operations
  • Peace Support Operations
  • Conventional Operations

54
COMMAND AND CONTROL (JOINT OPERATIONS)
  • RISKS
  • Gap between the outputs of force-providing
    Services and Divisions and the required force
    levels to meet the ordered commitments.
  • Shortfall in the allocation for external
    operations in the DRC, Burundi and elsewhere
  • Cost of internal deployments
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS Reprioritisation

55
SPECIAL DEFENCE ACCOUNT
  • PURPOSE To acquire operationally capable,
    supportable and maintainable weapon systems
    congruent with authorised defence needs.
  • OUTPUTS (SUB-PROGRAMMES)
  • Landward Programme
  • Air Defence
  • Maritime Defence
  • SA Military Health Services
  • Joint Support
  • Special Forces Brigade
  • Technology Development

56
SPECIAL DEFENCE ACCOUNT
  • RISKS
  • Adequacy of funding and local industrial
    capabilities.
  • SA Army not provided for in the Strategic Defence
    Packages (SDPs).
  • MITIGATING ACTIONS
  • National Treasury has given an indication of
    favourably considering the renewal of the SA Army
    prime mission equipment

57
DOD STRATEGIC RISKS
  • 316 risks reduced to 76 corporate risks.
  • 36 considered critical
  • 14 options were developed.
  • 4 options presented to MTEC

58
PRIORITISED OPTIONS
PRIORITISED OPTIONS FOR FY05/06
Policy option 2005/06 2005/06 2006/07 2006/07 2007/08 2007/08
Policy option DEPT R'000 MTEC R'000 DEPT R'000 MTEC R'000 DEPT R'000 MTEC R'000
Option 1 Ammunition disposal 10 000 5 000 80 000 10 000 80 000 50 000
Option 2 Facilities 275 000 10 000 440 000 50 000 620 000 250 000
Option 3 Integration of SDP 47 516 26 000 40 000 22 000 31 400 13 000
Option 4 Military Health Services 152 000 20 000 146 000 12 000 139 500 14 000
Total 484 516 61 000 706 000 94 000 870 900 327 000
59
CONCLUSION
  • Stringent guidelines have been provided to the
    DOD to do its business within budget allocation.
    However, this is hampered by ordered operations
    which do not have sufficient budgetary
    allocation.
  • Despite budgetary constraints, the DOD strives to
    deliver on its mandate, esp with regard to
    external and internal operations.
  • International profile of SANDF has increased due
    to its leading role in various areas in defence
    and security in support of NEPAD.
  • DOD still has a number of strategic risks, some
    of which were developed into options for funding
    by National Treasury.

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DISCUSSION
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