Download the Defense Architectures Brochure - Casewise

Download the Defense Architectures Brochure - Casewise

Announcing an Outstanding Conference on…



— Needs, Initiatives, Requirements,

Challenges and Capabilities —

Top Experts from OSD, ODNI, DCMO, CIA, Army G-6,


PEO-LCS, DOE, NASA, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman,

CSC, Deloitte, Alion Science, Casewise and Atego examine:


Active Military




■ Government Policy, Plans and Initiatives, including the Latest

Regulations and Requirements

Architectures and Information Sharing in the New ISR Paradigm

■ Mission-Specific Architecture Issues and Emerging Solutions

■ Open Architecture Needs, Initiatives, Best Practices and

Lessons Learned

■ Special Issues: Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics, SOA,

Agile Development, DoDAF 2.0 and Beyond, UPDM, etc.

■ Tools and Techniques for Assessing Architecture Maturity

and Performance

Washington, D.C.

March 27-28, 2012

Conference Management by:

Technology Training Corporation

Designing, Implementing, Deploying and Improving Next-Generation Architectures

for Defense, Intelligence and Homeland Security Operations

Tremendous progress has been made in developing enterprise-wide and mission specific architectures

to meet the dynamically complex requirements and operational threat scenarios facing the future

Warfighter. However, challenges remain – including how to establish governance, ensure and maintain

interoperability, and analyze, measure, and improve architecture performance.

This outstanding conference brings together the senior government and industry experts who are

leading the way in shaping the defense architectures of the future. They will provide an in-depth, inside

look at how OSD, the Services, the intelligence community, DHS, DOE and the Federal Government

are defining their architecture needs and requirements and what industry needs to know to compete on

future systems and services acquisitions.

n How is JCIDS shaping future architecture requirements

n What role will enterprise and mission architectures play in future ISR information sharing

n What is the status of DoDAF 2.0/2.02/2.03 What are the guidelines for DoDAF 2.0 migration

n What are the best practices in architectural analysis

n What are the challenges and emerging solutions for cyber security in the enterprise


n How will new technologies, capabilities and methodologies (cloud computing, massive data

analytics, service-oriented architectures, etc.) impact future architecture development

These and many other critical questions will be exhaustively examined during this outstanding

two-day event.

Our Panel of Experts

Mr. Gary Blohm

Mr. Dennis Wisnosky

Mr. Adrian Gardner

Mr. Tony Montemarano

Mr. Bobby Smart

Mr. Michael Jacobs

Mr. Robert Brese

Mr. Walt Okon

Mr. Nickolas Guertin

Mr. Ed Fox

Mr. Chris Chilbert

Mr. David Goosman

Mr. Gregory Black

Mr. Charles Frawley

Dr. Megan Cramer

Mr. Guy Copeland

Mr. Michael LaRoi

Mr. Walter Wilson

Mr. Chris White

Ms. Sarah Perry

Mr. Glenn Cruickshank

Dr. Lowell Vizenor

Mr. Matthew Hause

Director, Army Architecture Integration Center, Army CIO (G-6)

Chief Technology Officer, DCMO

Chief Information Officer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Director, Strategic Planning and Information, DISA

Chief, Policy and Resources (AF/A6P), Air Force

Director, Enterprise Architecture, DON CIO

Deputy Chief Information Officer, DOE

Senior Architect Engineer, DoD CIO

Director for Open Architecture, DASN/RDT&E

Chief Enterprise Architect; CIA, Chair JAWG

Chief Architect, Department of Homeland Security

Chief Systems Architect, Marine Corps Systems Command

Senior Architect, Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Senior Architect, Naval Surface Warfare Center – Dahlgren Division

Principal Assistant Program Manager, S&T Lead, PEO-LCS

Vice President, Information Infrastructure Advisory Programs, CSC

Director and Product Architect, Northrop Grumman

Enterprise Architect, Lockheed Martin

Vice President, Architecture Strategy, Casewise Systems

Senior Communication System Engineer, Networked Tactical ISR, Boeing

Architecture Specialist, Deloitte Consulting

Semantic Technology Practice Lead, Alion Science and Technology

Chief Consulting Engineer, Atego

Defense Architectures Conference

Washington, DC • March 27-28, 2012

Conference Agenda

I. Emerging Government Plans, Needs and Initiatives

Keynote Addresses:

“Army Perspectives and Initiatives”


SES, Director, Army Architecture Integration Center, Architecture, Operations,

Network and Space, Office of the Army Chief Information Officer (G-6)

“Heading, Altitude and Airspeed – Service Orchestration, Cloud and Semantics:

All or Nothing”


SES, Chief Architect, Business Mission Assurance, and Chief Technology Officer,

Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO)

“Federal Architecture Initiatives”

MR. ADRIAN GARDNER, SES, Chief Information Officer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; Chair,

Data Architecture Subcommittee, Federal CIO Council

“DISA Perspectives and Initiatives”

MR. TONY MONTEMARANO, Director, Strategic Planning and Information, Defense Information

Systems Agency (DISA) (invited)

“Air Force Perspectives and Initiatives”

MR. BOBBY SMART, Chief, Policy and Resources (AF/A6P)

“The ‘Common Language’ of the Intelligence Community’s Federated Enterprise


MR. ED FOX, Chief Enterprise Architect, Central Intelligence Agency; Chair, Joint Architecture Working

Group (JAWG)

• The JARM - The Joint Architecture Reference Model • Sharing, Discovery and Reuse via the JARM

“Service Oriented Architecture at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)”

MR. CHRIS CHILBERT, Chief Architect, Department of Homeland Security

Architectures for Acquisitions”

MR. DAVID GOOSMAN, Chief Systems Architect, Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC)

• Provide Clear Policy Guidance • Provide Standardized Development Procedures

• Provide a Federated Architecture Repository • Provide Value to the Warfighter

“Navy Perspectives and Initiatives”

MR. MICHAEL JACOBS, Director, Enterprise Architecture and Emerging Technology, Office of the Chief

Information Officer, US Navy (invited)

“DOE Perspectives and Initiatives”

MR. ROBERT BRESE, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of Energy (DOE)

“NSWC Initiatives”

MR. CHARLES FRAWLEY, Senior Architect, Naval Surface Warfare Center – Dahlgren (NSWC-DD)

• Architecture Family of Systems Stereotypes • A Method for Acquisition Portfolio Management

• Program Cost Avoidance for Architecture Development • Architecture Product Re-use

• Interoperability Analysis

II. Mission-Specific Architectural Issues and Solutions

“Architecture Considerations in Future Collaborative Information Sharing”

MR. WALT OKON, Senior Architect Engineer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, DoD

“Mission Specific Architectural Considerations”

MR. Gregory BLACK, Senior Architect, Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

• Latest Approach in the IC CIO for Applying EA Discipline • Adding Value to Investment Decisions

• Achieving Interoperability Goals • Performing Service Integration

Architectures for the Mine Warfare Mission”

DR. MEGAN CRAMER, Principal Assistant Program Manager and Science and Technology Lead,

Program Executive Office – Littoral Combat Ships (PEO-LCS), Mine Warfare Program Office (PMS 495)

(PEO-LMW), US Navy

• Mine Warfare Mission • Migration in Mine Warfare to a Service Oriented Architecture

“Measuring Architecture’s Contribution to National Security Information Sharing –

A Maturity-Model Based Approach”

MR. GLENN CRUICKSHANK, Architecture Specialist, Deloitte Consulting LLP

• Capabilities Maturity Model (CMM) Based Approach • Information Sharing Environment Maturity Model

and Assessment Approach • Examples and Lessons Learned

“NextGen Air Transportation Information Sharing Environment”

DR. LOWELL VIZENOR, Semantic Technology Practice Lead, Alion Science and Technology

• What is Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) • What is Semantic Technology

• How Can Semantic Technology Help Make NextGen a Reality

Special Focus: Open Architecture Requirements and Implementation

“Open Architecture Initiatives”

MR. NICKOLAS GUERTIN, Director for Open Architecture, Office of the Deputy Assistant

Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (DASN/RDT&E)

“Open Architecture Implementation for the Enhanced Medium Altitude

Reconnaissance Surveillance System (EMARSS)”

MS. SARAH PERRY, Senior Communication System Engineer, Networked Tactical ISR,

The Boeing Company

• Network Architecture for Real-Time Connectivity to Brigade Combat Teams • Local and

Remote Operational Visibility: Product Dissemination and Mission Equipment Management

“Open Architecture Techniques for Embedded Computing”

MR. MICHAEL LaRoi, Director and Product Architect, Open Architecture Processing

Solutions, Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems

• Leveraging Mainstream Market-Driven Technology and Open Standards • Transitioning Legacy

Solutions into OA Solutions • Model Driven Engineering thru System Integration & Test

“Next-Generation Open Architecture”

MR. GUY COPElAND, Vice President, Information Infrastructure Advisory Programs,

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) (tentative)

III. Best Practices and Lessons Learned

“Best Practices in Architecture Analysis”

MR. WALTER WILSON, Enterprise Architect, Lockheed Martin

“Transitioning to DODAF 2.0”

MR. CHRIS WHITE, Vice President, Architecture Strategy and Implementation, Casewise Systems

• Learning to “Think in DM2” – Vocabulary of DoDAF 2.0 a New Way to Think About Solving Problems

• DoDAF 2.0 Viewpoints and Models – If We Get the Data Right, We Won’t Have to Fight “Notation Wars”

• How DoDAF 2.0 Enables You to Architect the Management, Use and Deployment of Resources

• Yes, We’re Architects, But We’re in the Business of Communicating/Selling Ideas – Why “Fit for

Purpose” Really Matters

“Implementing UPDM (Unified Profile for DoDAF and MODAF) – Enabling DoDAF

Architecture Interchange and Understanding”

MR. MATTHEW HAUSE, Chief Consulting Engineer, Atego; Co-Chair Object Management Group

UPDM Working Group

• History and Purpose of UPDM • Architecture Interchange Requirements • Executable Architectures

• A Worked UPDM Example • Summary and Way Forward

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Washington, D.C. March 27-28, 2012

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