PEO EIS Catalog Enterprise Technology

PEO EIS Catalog - Spring 2009

4.0 Enterprise Technology

Mr. Eduardo Velez
4.1 Army Knowledge Online/Defense Knowledge Online (AKO/DKO), Fort Belvoir, VA
Web site:
Phone: (703) 704-3727 / DSN: 654

Program Summary
AKO supports soldiers by continually improving our Army's combat capability and by developing the critical systems and services that enable our Army to meet its non-negotiable contract to fight and win our Nation's wars. It is the premier developer of a portal which enables a force armed with the combat capabilities to dominate across the full spectrum of operations.

Army Knowledge Online (AKO) is a single point of entry into a robust knowledge management system within the Army.  AKO is available to Active Army, Army Reserve, Army National Guard, Department of the Army Civilians, Army Retirees (AD, USAR, ARNG and DAC) and Army-sponsored guests.  Defense Knowledge Online (DKO) serves the broader DoD community, and will leverage the AKO infrastructure to provide DoD and joint users with access to a growing network of Defense/joint enterprise services. The Defense Department's launch of Defense Knowledge Online (DKO), will support servicemen and women from the Defense Combatant Commands, Services, and Agencies are eligible for DKO accounts.  Initially, DKO offers the same services to users as those available to AKO account holders with the exception of some Army unique applications or Army-funded programs based on the Army population.

Products & Services
*Secure architecture

*Highly restricted repository for sensitive and classified information (SIPRNet)

*Site map of organizational pages

*Self Service center for  Antivirus Services, DA Forms and Pubs, My Benefits, My Education, My Family, My Finance, My Legal, My Medical, My Personnel, My Readiness, My Reference, My Security,  My Training, My Travel, and My Weather

*A 24 x 7 Help Desk to provide customer support for NIPRNet and SIPRNet

*E-mail (with calendaring)

*Army Knowledge Centers (Files area)

*Instant Messaging

*Video Messaging



* My Forms

*A worldwide people locator for anyone with an AKO account (Army White Pages)


*Wiki (limited user test)

*Key Links

4.2 Defense Communications and Army Transmissions Systems (DCATS), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-7920

Project Summary

Team Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems (DCATS) manages a suite of more than 100 projects that supports joint Warfighters, major commands and combatant commanders.

Team DCATS provides worldwide strategic satellite communications and wideband control systems, long-haul terrestrial microwave and fiber optic communications systems, tech control facilities, Combat Service Support Communications systems, critical power infrastructure, command center upgrades, base radios and combat vehicle intercom systems.

Organizations within Team DCATS are-
*Command Center Upgrades/Special Projects Office (CCU/SPO)

*Defense Wide Transmission Systems (DWTS)

*Land Mobile Radio (LMR)

*Satellite Communications Systems (SCS)

*Vehicular Intercom Systems (VIS)

*Wideband Control (WC)

4.2.1 Command Center Upgrades/Special Projects Office (CCU/SPO), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-7953

Command Center Upgrades/Special Projects Office (CCU/SPO) provides project management, engineering, acquisition, installation, integration and testing for the upgrade, modernization or relocation of Command, Control, Communications, and Computers Information System (C4IS) operations and systems at Army, Joint, and Combined Headquarters/Command Centers and other C4IS-intensive facilities. CCU/SPO has decades of experience in command center upgrades and expertise in technical disciplines including voice, video, data, long-haul communications, telephone switching, software intelligence, audio-visual distribution briefing display systems and emergency response systems.

CCU/SPO maintains field offices in Korea, Germany and Florida to better support Combatant Commander warfighting requirements.

Projects and Services
Projects and services include:
* U.S. African Command (AFRICOM) Command Center

*Support to U.S. European Command (EUCOM)

*Foreign Military Sales

*U.S. Forces Korea (USFK)/Combined Forces Command (CFC) Command Center/Command Post (CC/CP) Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Modernization

*Eighth Army CC/CP C4I Modernization

*National Military Command Center (Alternate) modernization

*Joint Special Operations Centers

*U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) Joint Information and Operations Center (JIOC) Rear Modernization

*Wideband Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Operations Center (WSOC) Relocations and Modernization

4.2.2 Defense Wide Transmission Systems (DWTS), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-3048

Rather than managing a single product line, the Project Manager Defense Wide Transmission Systems (DWTS)  manages more than 40 diverse projects - supporting warfighters in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Germany, Korea, Japan and CONUS - and spanning the product areas of transmission systems, satellite communications systems, fiber optic networks, microwave networks, tech control facilities, power systems, wireless networks, and services including operation of network management centers and management of a multi-billion dollar contract. PM DWTS interfaces with and supports customers including the Army, Marines, Air Force, Defense Intelligence Agency, Multi-National Forces-Iraq, Coalition Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC), Combatant Commanders, Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) and Dept. of State.

PM DWTS maintains field offices in Springfield, VA, Korea and Germany.

Products and Services
Projects, products and services include:
*Combat Service Support Very Small Aperture Terminals (CSS VSAT)

*Combat Service Support Automated Information Systems Interface (CAISI)

*Communications infrastructure in Iraq and Afghanistan

*Mobile and Deployable Port Operations Centers (MPOC, DPOC)

*World Wide Satellite Systems (WWSS) contract

*US Army ALTESS Critical Power Upgrade

*Korea Optical Backbone Replacement (KOBR)

*Korea Optical Network (KOTNET)

*Korea Digital Microwave Upgrade (DMU)

*USFK J6 Power Upgrades

4.2.3 Land Mobile Radio (LMR), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 427-6754

The Assistant Project Manager Land Mobil Radio (APM LMR) modernizes the Army's CONUS non tactical LMR systems that support installation public safety first responders, force protection, installation management and homeland defense. APM LMR also manages the Base Radio System (BRS) contracts used by DoD and other Federal Agencies to acquire LMR products and services. APM LMR provides spectrum efficiencies by executing the migration of Army posts, camps and stations to narrowband frequencies as mandated by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). APM LMR acquires solutions that meet Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) P25 interoperability standards.

Products and Services
APM LMR's products and services include:
*Complete LMR systems


*System management terminals


*Dispatch consoles


*Handheld, mobile and desktop radios

*Engineering and maintenance services

4.2.4 Satellite Communications Systems (SCS), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-3281

Product Director Satellite Communications Systems (PD SCS) manages the modernization, development and acquisition of Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) and Wideband Global Satellite Communications (WGS) system earth terminals and baseband equipment for all military services and agencies. SCS represents a “system of systems” approach for DoD SATCOM sites and facilities. SCS combines baseband and terminals expertise in one organization, to provide comprehensive Configuration Management; Systems Engineering for all Strategic, Teleport, STEP and Gateway sites; resolution of interoperability and interface issues between baseband and RF equipment; application of Army and DoD policies, directives and mandate; planning and execution of advanced technology demonstration programs; and a common ILS leadership to minimize redundancies and jurisdictional issues.


Products and Services
PD SCS products and services include:
*AN/GSC-52 Modernization

*Ka Satellite Transmit and Receive Systems (KaSTARS) (AN/GSC-70)

*Modernization of Enterprise Terminal (MET)

> *Enhanced Bandwidth Efficient Modem (EBEM)

*Multiplexer Integration and DCSS Automation System (MIDAS)

*Joint IP Modem (JIPM)

*DoD Teleport

*Standard Tactical Entry Point (STEP)

*Jam-Resistant Satellite Communications (JRSC)

*Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS)

*Forward-Based X-Band Transportable (FBX-T)

*Special Communications Link (SCL)

4.2.5 Vehicular Intercom Systems (VIS), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-8989

Assistant Project Manager for VIS provides Vehicular Intercom Systems which allow Soldiers to communicate in the high-noise environments of combat vehicles - a high Army priority. APM VIS is providing VIC-3 kits for most tactical vehicles deployed in Iraq; new-technology headsets and wireless devices for use with the VIC-3 and is supporting National Reset. VIS allows crews of tactical vehicles to communicate with each other above vehicle and/or combat noise. VIS allows all crew members to receive/transmit over a military radio and protects Soldiers from permanent hearing damage from high noise levels in modern tactical vehicles. VIS is the standard vehicle intercom in more than 50 tactical vehicle variants. Multiple components allow tailoring for specific vehicle configurations and interfaces with many military communications systems. VIS is the common intercom solution across vehicle platforms.

Products and Services
APM VIS products and services include:
*Improved Tactical Headset

*Installation kits and support

*Multiple platform support for vehicles deploying to/returning from Iraq

*Integrating VIS into numerous vehicles being acquired to defend Soldiers and Marines against IEDs in Iraq, including the Buffalo, Cougar, RG-31 and Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal Rapid Response Vehicle (JERRV)

* VIS-X (next generation of VIS)

4.2.6 Wideband Control (WC), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-2049

Assistant Project Manager for WC acquires and installs state-of-the-art strategic satellite network control and planning systems for use with the DSCS, WGS and commercial satellite systems. All of the subsystems operations and communications between operators and processors are provided at one console location and are viewed from a multi-headed work station, which allows access to the network database and permits simultaneous display of data base components. These systems are typically deployed at Wideband Satellite Operation Centers (WSOCs) worldwide.

Products and Services
APM WC products and services include:
*Replacement Satellite Configuration Control Element (RSCCE)

*Global Satellite Configuration Control Element (GSCCE)

*DSCS Integrated Management System (DIMS)

*Common Network Planning Software (CNPS)

*Spectrum Monitoring System (SMS)

* Objective DSCS Operational Control System (ODOCS) Network and Work Station

4.3 Information Technology Systems (ITS), Pentagon/Arlington, VA
Web site:
Phone: (703) 614-9979

Project Summary
Project Director Information Technology System's (PD ITS) mission is to renovate and modernize all Pentagon voice, data and video systems in support of the military services, the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and DoD command and control (C2) and operations centers.

The U.S. Army is the executive agent for the renovation and modernization of Pentagon IT systems and infrastructure in conjunction with the comprehensive Pentagon Renovation. PD ITS is charged with performing this $1.3 billion initiative on behalf of the Army.

In coordination with the Pentagon Renovation and Construction Program Office (PENREN), ITS is overhauling renovated Pentagon-tenant organizations' incompatible IT systems and implementing modern, network-centric systems and infrastructure to support the Pentagon as an enterprise. Specifically, ITS is renovating the Pentagon's voice, data and video systems to provide the building's 25,000+ workforce, the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, the Military Service Operations Centers, and the C2 community with: a Universal IT design and configuration for all Pentagon office space;  structured and documented wiring and cabling; modernized, integrated command and operations center infrastructure; common physical IT infrastructure; and a centrally managed communications and information backbone architecture.

In addition, ITS provides IT design and implementation support to the Pentagon's Command Communications Survivability Program and the Alternate Sites Program (external sites throughout the National Capital Region) to provide world-class, secure IT infrastructure for the national defense headquarters, C2 and operations centers, and senior decision makers.

Currently, ITS is engaged in the renovation of the Pentagon's Wedge 3 area. ITS has already hit a high point with its efforts in Wedge 3, recently completing the Basement Consolidated Server Room (B-CSR), which users blade-server technology to consolidate data from 25,600 legacy servers into a 3,000 square-foot space. The legacy servers originally occupied more than 64,000 square feet of space in the Pentagon, and 40,000 square feet of space has already been returned to tenant organizations as a result of the B-CSR.

ITS will continue to work in close coordination with PENREN to renovate the Pentagon through the 2010 Congressionally mandated deadline.

Products and Services
*Networks and infrastructure implementation and integration

*Systems engineering integration

*Command center systems and infrastructure

*Network management security engineering

*Enterprise services - backbone, voice, information centers, messaging

*Pentagon consolidated technical control and alternate technical control

*C2 and business ADP

*Network systems management center

*Consolidated radio and server room facilities

*Testing and quality assurance

*Swing space engineering

4.4 Network Service Center, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-7910

Program Summary
The Network Service Center (NSC) program acquires and fields the Army's worldwide installation level telecommunications/information infrastructure (voice and data switches and outside cable plant), including the hardware and software required for Area Processing Centers (APCs) and Enterprise Solutions and the  Defense Message System-Army (DMS-A).

PM NSC provides core LandWarNet data backbone, and telecommunications infrastructure upgrades / modernizations at Army installations worldwide in support of Reachback, Global Information Grid (GIG), GIG Bandwidth Expansion (GIG-BE), and Net-Centricity.  PM NSC is also responsible for providing enterprise solutions in support of the Army Knowledge Management (AKM) Goal 3 to “Manage the Infostructure as an Enterprise to enhance Capabilities and Efficiencies.”  The I3MP infrastructure is critical for power projection of the digital division and employment of advanced technology for an agile combat force.  PM NSC programs in worldwide theaters are critical enablers for Army Transformation, Global Defense Posture Realignment (GDPR), Global Basing and Re-Stationing and the Army Campaign Plan. 

PM NSC partners with the world's leading Information and Telecommunications companies through the Installation Modernization (IMOD) Contract in implementing tailored I3MP solutions.  In addition to the IT infrastructure capabilities, PM NSC is supporting the continued deployment of DMS-A. DMS-A provides an interoperable, seamless and secure Writer-to-Reader electronic messaging system solution in partnership with other DoD activities. 

Organizations with NSC are-
*Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems & Services (ALTESS)

* APC Enterprise Systems (AES)

*Defense Communications Systems - CONUS (DCS-C)

*Defense Communications System - Europe (DCS-E)

*Defense Communications System - Pacific (DCS-P)

*Defense Communications Systems - Southwest Asia (DCS-SWA)

*Defense Messaging System - Army (DMS-A)

4.4.1 Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems & Services (ALTESS), Radford, VA
Web site:
Phone: (540) 731-3432

Project Summary
ALTESS provides full life-cycle information technology solutions, support and services to the Army's Acquisition community and hosted customers in a secure environment.

ALTESS is the guardian of the Army's acquisition data. Using advanced technologies and established business processes, it provides the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics & Technology and the Army Acquisition Executive with full PEO/PM life-cycle management and budget tools.  The ALTESS state-of-the-art Network Operations Security Center (NOSC) allows real-time situational awareness of enterprise systems and service.  ALTESS' strategic foundation focuses on 'people, processes and technology' and uses proven business methods such as Lean Six Sigma and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL).  ALTESS has become a world class service provider giving 70,000 clients and partners the best possible service as well as providing America's Warfighters with decision making information worldwide.

Products and Services
*Secure hosting - provides a secure, managed environment spanning multiple architectures and technologies

* Acquisition Business Enterprise Hub - The ABE hub provides a single point of entry for major acquisition programs such as the Acquisition Information Management (AIM) and Career Acquisition Management Portal (CAMP).

* Virtual Insight (VIS) - a web-based suite of project management, document management and web conferencing tools approved for the standardization of the milestone decision.

4.4.2 APC Enterprise Systems (AES), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-7963

Product Director Area Processing Center (APC) Enterprise Systems (PD AES) provides the Army with capabilities and adaptive processes that support net-centricity, secure access to knowledge, and improved information systems and services throughout the Army environment.

AES supports the Army's ability to integrate and manage the infrastructure as an enterprise to enhance capabilities and efficiencies through the implementing enterprise system.  Examples include e-mail, Active Directory, Army global directories, Area Processing Centers (APC) and related technologies deployed across all Army organizations.  

The Army Area Processing Center (APC), a high priority requirement for the army, is an Enterprise managed datacenter that is one part of a tightly coupled and global Network Service Center (NSC) concept for providing a unifying architecture to bridge the current gap between generating force and deploying force architectures.

The APC operationally leverages current and future enterprise resources including connectivity, equipment, network operations and personnel to deliver a synchronized and seamless information capability in support of the Army's transformation to a more Net-centric and Modular force.  As part of the NSC construct, the APC provides a platform for delivering enterprise services to the generating and warfighting communities regardless of location/posture.   The APCs minimize costs and significantly enhances the Army's Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense (IA/CND) posture by consolidating information assurance systems and reducing the number of entry points to Army networks.

4.4.3 Defense Communications Systems - CONUS (DCS-C), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-7911

Product Manager Defense Communications Systems-CONUS (PM DCS-CONUS) centrally manages the I3MP in the Continental United States (CONUS).  The I3MP upgrades the capacity and reliability of the installed Army voice and data infrastructure (outside cable plant, voice and data switching).

DCS-C provides a robust and scalable networked information infrastructure that allows migration to a network-centric, knowledge-based operation, and enhances connectivity between forward deployed and stay behind forces (split base and reachback requirements).  Through a variety of voice/data programs, DCS-C provides high capacity capabilities and near real time throughput for data, cable and voice solutions in support of installation communications during readiness, training, and mobilization for the sustaining base and for tactical and strategic systems that operate within the confines of the installation.  

4.4.4 Defense Communications System-Europe (DCS-E), Mannheim, Germany
Web site:
Phone: 011-49-621-730-5960

Product Manager Defense Communications System-Europe (PM DCS-E) centrally manages the I3MP in the European theater.  The I3MP upgrades the capacity and reliability of the installed Army voice and data infrastructure (outside cable plant, voice and data switching).

DCS-E provides a robust and scalable networked information infrastructure that allows migration to a network-centric, knowledge-based operation for Army installations, support activities, and deployed combat forces in the European theater.  Through a variety of voice/data programs, DCS-E provides high capacity capabilities and near real time throughput as part of its data, cable and voice solutions.  These solutions support installation communications during readiness, training, and mobilization of the sustaining base and support tactical and strategic systems that operate within the area of responsibility.  

4.4.5 Defense Communications System-Pacific (DCS-P), Schofield Barracks, HI
Web site:
Phone: (808) 655-2136

Product Manager Defense Communications system-Pacific (PM DCS-P) centrally manages the I3MP in the Pacific theater (Alaska, Hawaii, Korea, Japan and Kwajalein.  The I3MP upgrades the capacity and reliability of installed Army voice and data infrastructure (outside cable plant, voice and data switching)

DCS-P provides a robust and scalable networked information infrastructure that allows migration to a network-centric, knowledge-based operation for Army installations, support activities, and deployed combat forces in the Pacific theater.  Through a variety of voice/data programs, DCS-P provides high capacity capabilities and near real time throughput as part of its data, cable and voice solutions.  These solutions support installation communications during readiness, training, and mobilization of the sustaining base and support tactical and strategic systems that operate within the area of responsibility.  In addition to Schofield Barracks, HI, the DCS-P has offices at Fort Monmouth, NJ and in Yongsan (Seoul), Korea.

4.4.6 Defense Communications Systems-Southwest Asia (DCS-SWA)
Web site:

Phone: (732) 532-2074

Product Director, Defense Communications Systems - Southwest Asia (APM DCS-SWA), designs, procures, tests, and fields high-capacity data, imagery, and voice capabilities to support the deployed Warfighter in Southwest Asia, and to allow the Army to manage its Southwest Asia Infostructure as an Enterprise.

DCS-SWA provides a robust and scalable-networked information infrastructure to Army installations, support activities and deployed combat forces in the Southwest Asia Theater. Through a variety of voice, data, cable and information assurance programs, DCS-SWA provides high capacity capabilities and near real time throughput in support of sustainment, contingencies and split based operations for the Future Combat Systems (FCS), Home Station Operation Centers (HSOC) and other Army systems.  DCS-SWA is a critical enabler for Army Enterprise, Army Knowledge Management (AKM) and Army Campaign Plan.

4.4.7 Defense Messaging System-Army (DMS-A), Fort Monmouth, NJ
Web site:
Phone: (732) 532-7913

Product Manager Defense Messaging System-Army (PM DMS-A) provides a single, secure, global inter-service messaging capability extending from the sustaining base to the Warfighter.  DMS is the DoD's official system of record for organizational messaging and Command and Control, as established under ASD C31I memorandum dated 12 April 2001. 

Features of DMS are: user operated service; a single form of messaging service and simplified message format; multi-level secure processing through the use of multi-level information systems security initiative; automated local distribution; and multi-function workstations for most users.  DMS tactical implementation provides the Warfighter with messaging support for the joint task force environment and across the continuum of Army operations.