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1 UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Budget Estimates February 2018 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Defense-Wide Justification Book Volume 3B of 5 Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Budget Activities 4−7 UNCLASSIFIED

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3 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Table of Volumes Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ... Volume 1 Missile Defense Agency ... Volume 2 Office of the Secretary Of Defense ... Volume 3 Chemical and Biological Defense Program ...Volume 4 Defense Contract Management Agency ... Volume 5 DoD Human Resources Activity ...Volume 5 Defense Information Systems Agency ...Volume 5 Defense Logistics Agency ...Volume 5 Defense Security Cooperation Agency ...Volume 5 Defense Security Service ... Volume 5 Defense Technical Information Center ...Volume 5 Defense Threat Reduction Agency ...Volume 5 The Joint Staff ... Volume 5 United States Special Operations Command ...Volume 5 Washington Headquarters Service ...Volume 5 Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense ... Volume 5 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - i

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5 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Volume 3B Table of Contents Comptroller Exhibit R-1 ...Volume 3B - v ... Volume 3B - lix Master Program Element Table of Contents (by Budget Activity then Line Item Number) Master Program Element Table of Contents (Alphabetically by Program Element Title) ...Volume 3B - lxvii Acronyms ... Volume 3B - lxxiii Exhibit R-2's ... Volume 3B - 1 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - iii

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61 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Master Program Element Table of Contents (by Budget Activity then Line Item Number) Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Program Element Number Program Element Title Page Line # Budget Activity 0601110D8Z Basic Research Initiatives ...Volume 3A - 1 3 01 01 0601120D8Z 5 ... Volume 3A - 9 National Defense Education Program (NDEP) 6 0601228D8Z Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions ...Volume 3A - 17 01 Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Budget Activity Program Element Number Program Element Title Page Line # ...Volume 3A - 23 8 02 0602000D8Z Joint Munitions Technology 10 0602230D8Z Defense Technology Innovation ...Volume 3A - 37 02 11 02 0602234D8Z Lincoln Laboratory ...Volume 3A - 41 12 02 0602251D8Z Applied Research for the Advancement of S&T Priorities ... Volume 3A - 59 16 02 0602668D8Z Cyber Security Research ...Volume 3A - 65 21 02 0602751D8Z Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Applied Research ...Volume 3A - 75 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lix

62 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Program Element Title Page Budget Activity Program Element Number 0603000D8Z Joint Munitions Advanced Technology 03 23 ... Volume 3A - 81 24 03 0603122D8Z Combating Terrorism Technology Support ...Volume 3A - 93 03 0603133D8Z Foreign Comparative Testing ...Volume 3A - 119 25 03 32 Joint DOD/DOE Munitions Technology Development ...Volume 3A - 135 0603225D8Z 03 Science and Technology (S&T) Analytic Assessments ... Volume 3A - 147 36 0603288D8Z 03 0603289D8Z 37 ...Volume 3A - 155 Advanced Innovative Analysis and Concepts 38 03 0603291D8Z Advanced Innovative Analysis & Concepts - MHA ... Volume 3A - 159 03 41 ...Volume 3A - 163 0603375D8Z Technology Innovation 43 03 Retract Larch ...Volume 3A - 167 0603527D8Z 03 Joint Electronic Advanced Technology ...Volume 3A - 169 44 0603618D8Z 03 0603648D8Z 45 ... Volume 3A - 179 Joint Capability Technology Demonstration (JCTD) 46 03 0603662D8Z Networked Communications Capability ...Volume 3A - 195 47 03 0603680D8Z Defense Wide Manufacturing Science and Technology Program ...Volume 3A - 203 49 0603699D8Z Emerging Capabilities Technology Development ...Volume 3A - 231 03 52 03 0603716D8Z Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) ... Volume 3A - 251 54 03 0603727D8Z Joint Warfighting Program ...Volume 3A - 257 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lx

63 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Program Element Title Page Budget Activity Program Element Number 0603769D8Z Advanced Distributed Learning 03 59 ...Volume 3A - 263 60 03 0603781D8Z Software Engineering Institute (SEI) ...Volume 3A - 269 03 0603826D8Z 61 ...Volume 3A - 275 Quick Reaction Special Projects (QRSP) 62 0603833D8Z Engineering Science and Technology (S&T) ...Volume 3A - 307 03 03 0603924D8Z 63 ...Volume 3A - 321 High Energy Laser Advanced Development 64 03 0603941D8Z Test and Evaluation/Science and Technology ...Volume 3A - 325 ... Volume 3A - 351 65 03 0604055D8Z Operational Energy Capability Improvement 66 03 CWMD Systems: Advanced Technology Development ...Volume 3A - 361 0303310D8Z Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Program Element Number Program Element Title Page Budget Activity 04 0603161D8Z Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats ...Volume 3B - 1 68 69 04 0603600D8Z WALKOFF ...Volume 3B - 27 70 0603821D8Z Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services ...Volume 3B - 33 04 71 04 0603851D8Z Environmental Security Technology Certification Program ...Volume 3B - 39 89 04 0603920D8Z Humanitarian De-mining ...Volume 3B - 47 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxi

64 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Program Element Title Page Budget Activity Program Element Number 0603923D8Z Coalition Warfare Program 04 90 ...Volume 3B - 55 91 04 0604016D8Z Department of Defense Corrosion Program ... Volume 3B - 63 04 0604132D8Z 93 ...Volume 3B - 73 Missile Defeat Project 96 0604250D8Z Advanced Innovative Technologies ... Volume 3B - 81 04 04 0604294D8Z 97 ...Volume 3B - 107 Trusted and Assured Microelectronics 98 04 0604331D8Z Rapid Prototyping Program ...Volume 3B - 123 ...Volume 3B - 149 99 04 0604400D8Z Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development 101 04 Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis (SSA) ...Volume 3B - 167 0604682D8Z 04 ...Volume 3B - 175 Defense Rapid Innovation Program 102 0604775D8Z 114 0303191D8Z Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) Program ...Volume 3B - 183 04 Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Budget Activity Program Element Number Program Element Title Page 118 0604161D8Z Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats ...Volume 3B - 189 05 119 05 0604165D8Z Prompt Global Strike Capability Development ...Volume 3B - 207 121 05 0604771D8Z Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS) ...Volume 3B - 231 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxii

65 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Program Element Title Page Budget Activity Program Element Number 0605022D8Z Defense Exportability Program 05 125 ... Volume 3B - 253 126 05 0605027D8Z OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative ...Volume 3B - 261 05 0605075D8Z 128 ... Volume 3B - 283 DCMO Policy and Integration 131 0605140D8Z Trusted Foundry ...Volume 3B - 291 05 05 0605210D8Z 132 ...Volume 3B - 311 Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities 133 05 0605294D8Z Trusted and Assured Microelectronics ...Volume 3B - 319 ...Volume 3B - 333 135 05 0305304D8Z DoD Enterprise Energy Information Management (EEIM) 136 05 CWMD Systems: System Development & Demonstration ...Volume 3B - 355 0305310D8Z Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Program Element Number Program Element Title Page Budget Activity 06 0604774D8Z Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) ...Volume 3B - 363 137 138 06 0604875D8Z Joint Systems Architecture Development ... Volume 3B - 369 139 0604940D8Z Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) ... Volume 3B - 377 06 140 06 0604942D8Z Assessments & Evaluations ...Volume 3B - 393 142 06 0605100D8Z Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) ...Volume 3B - 397 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxiii

66 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Program Element Title Page Budget Activity Program Element Number 0605104D8Z ...Volume 3B - 409 06 Technical Studies Support and Analysis 143 0605128D8Z Classified Program 145 06 ...Volume 3B - 415 06 0605142D8Z Systems Engineering ... Volume 3B - 417 146 06 147 Studies and Analysis Support - OSD ...Volume 3B - 429 0605151D8Z 148 0605161D8Z Nuclear Matters ...Volume 3B - 433 06 06 Support to Networks and Information Integration ... Volume 3B - 441 149 0605170D8Z 06 0605200D8Z 150 ...Volume 3B - 449 General Support to OUSD(I) Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/ 155 06 0605502D8Z STTR) ...Volume 3B - 457 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)/Small Business Technology Transfer 159 06 0605790D8Z ...Volume 3B - 461 (STTR) 06 0605798D8Z Defense Technology Analysis ...Volume 3B - 465 160 06 163 Development Test & Evaluation ...Volume 3B - 479 0605804D8Z 166 06 0606100D8Z Budget and Program Assessments ... Volume 3B - 485 167 06 0606225D8Z ODNA Technology & Research Analysis ...Volume 3B - 493 171 0203345D8Z Defense Operations Security Initiative (DOSI) ...Volume 3B - 495 06 176 06 0303260D8Z Defense Military Deception Program Office (DMDPO) ...Volume 3B - 499 178 06 0305193D8Z Cyber Intelligence ... Volume 3B - 503 180 06 0305245D8Z Intelligence Capabilities and Innovation ...Volume 3B - 505 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxiv

67 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Line # Program Element Title Page Budget Activity Program Element Number 0306310D8Z CWMD Systems: RDT&E Management Support ...Volume 3B - 509 181 06 06 0804767D8Z 182 ...Volume 3B - 515 COCOM Exercise Engagement and Training Transformation (CE2T2) 188 0909999D8Z Financing for Cancelled Account Adjustments ...Volume 3B - 535 06 Appropriation 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Budget Activity Program Element Number Program Element Title Page Line # Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment Support 192 07 0607210D8Z ... Volume 3B - 537 193 07 CWMD Systems: Operational Systems Development ... Volume 3B - 549 0607310D8Z 07 0303140D8Z 208 ...Volume 3B - 557 Information Systems Security Program 224 07 0305186D8Z Policy R&D Programs ...Volume 3B - 567 225 07 0305199D8Z Net Centricity ...Volume 3B - 575 234 07 0305387D8Z Homeland Defense Technology Transfer Program ...Volume 3B - 589 240 07 0307577D8Z Intelligence Mission Data (IMD) ...Volume 3B - 595 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxv

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69 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Master Program Element Table of Contents (Alphabetically by Program Element Title) Program Element Line # BA Page Program Element Title Number 0603821D8Z 04...Volume 3B - 33 Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services 70 Advanced Distributed Learning 0603769D8Z 59 03...Volume 3A - 263 0603291D8Z 38 Advanced Innovative Analysis & Concepts - MHA 03...Volume 3A - 159 Advanced Innovative Analysis and Concepts 37 03...Volume 3A - 155 0603289D8Z 0604250D8Z 04...Volume 3B - 81 Advanced Innovative Technologies 96 0602251D8Z 12 Applied Research for the Advancement of S&T Priorities 02...Volume 3A - 59 Assessments & Evaluations 0604942D8Z 140 06...Volume 3B - 393 0601110D8Z Basic Research Initiatives 01...Volume 3A - 1 3 Budget and Program Assessments 0606100D8Z 06...Volume 3B - 485 166 0804767D8Z 06...Volume 3B - 515 COCOM Exercise Engagement and Training Transformation (CE2T2) 182 0303310D8Z 66 CWMD Systems: Advanced Technology Development 03...Volume 3A - 361 CWMD Systems: Operational Systems Development 0607310D8Z 193 07...Volume 3B - 549 CWMD Systems: RDT&E Management Support 0306310D8Z 181 06...Volume 3B - 509 CWMD Systems: System Development & Demonstration 136 05...Volume 3B - 355 0305310D8Z Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0604940D8Z 139 06...Volume 3B - 377 Classified Program 0605128D8Z 145 06...Volume 3B - 415 Coalition Warfare Program 0603923D8Z 90 04...Volume 3B - 55 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxvii

70 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Program Element Number BA Page Program Element Title Line # 24 0603122D8Z 03...Volume 3A - 93 Combating Terrorism Technology Support 178 06...Volume 3B - 503 Cyber Intelligence 0305193D8Z 16 02...Volume 3A - 65 0602668D8Z Cyber Security Research 0605075D8Z DCMO Policy and Integration 05...Volume 3B - 283 128 Defense Exportability Program 125 05...Volume 3B - 253 0605022D8Z 0303260D8Z 06...Volume 3B - 499 Defense Military Deception Program Office (DMDPO) 176 0203345D8Z 171 Defense Operations Security Initiative (DOSI) 06...Volume 3B - 495 Defense Rapid Innovation Program 0604775D8Z 102 04...Volume 3B - 175 06...Volume 3B - 363 Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) 0604774D8Z 137 Defense Technology Analysis 0605798D8Z 06...Volume 3B - 465 160 0602230D8Z 02...Volume 3A - 37 Defense Technology Innovation 10 0603680D8Z 47 03...Volume 3A - 203 Defense Wide Manufacturing Science and Technology Program Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities 132 05...Volume 3B - 311 0605210D8Z Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development 0604400D8Z 99 04...Volume 3B - 149 Department of Defense Corrosion Program 0604016D8Z 91 04...Volume 3B - 63 Development Test & Evaluation 163 06...Volume 3B - 479 0605804D8Z DoD Enterprise Energy Information Management (EEIM) 0305304D8Z 135 05...Volume 3B - 333 Emerging Capabilities Technology Development 0603699D8Z 49 03...Volume 3A - 231 Engineering Science and Technology (S&T) 0603833D8Z 62 03...Volume 3A - 307 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxviii

71 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Program Element Number BA Page Program Element Title Line # 71 0603851D8Z 04...Volume 3B - 39 Environmental Security Technology Certification Program 188 06...Volume 3B - 535 Financing for Cancelled Account Adjustments 0909999D8Z 25 03...Volume 3A - 119 0603133D8Z Foreign Comparative Testing 0605200D8Z General Support to OUSD(I) 06...Volume 3B - 449 150 High Energy Laser Advanced Development 63 03...Volume 3A - 321 0603924D8Z 0601228D8Z 01...Volume 3A - 17 Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions 6 0305387D8Z 234 Homeland Defense Technology Transfer Program 07...Volume 3B - 589 Humanitarian De-mining 0603920D8Z 89 04...Volume 3B - 47 07...Volume 3B - 537 Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment Support 0607210D8Z 192 Information Systems Security Program 0303140D8Z 07...Volume 3B - 557 208 0305245D8Z 06...Volume 3B - 505 Intelligence Capabilities and Innovation 180 0307577D8Z 240 07...Volume 3B - 595 Intelligence Mission Data (IMD) Joint Capability Technology Demonstration (JCTD) 45 03...Volume 3A - 179 0603648D8Z Joint DOD/DOE Munitions Technology Development 0603225D8Z 32 03...Volume 3A - 135 Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) Program 0303191D8Z 114 04...Volume 3B - 183 Joint Electronic Advanced Technology 44 03...Volume 3A - 169 0603618D8Z Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) 0605100D8Z 142 06...Volume 3B - 397 Joint Munitions Advanced Technology 0603000D8Z 23 03...Volume 3A - 81 Joint Munitions Technology 0602000D8Z 8 02...Volume 3A - 23 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxix

72 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Program Element Number BA Page Program Element Title Line # 138 0604875D8Z 06...Volume 3B - 369 Joint Systems Architecture Development 121 05...Volume 3B - 231 Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS) 0604771D8Z 54 03...Volume 3A - 257 0603727D8Z Joint Warfighting Program 0602234D8Z Lincoln Laboratory 02...Volume 3A - 41 11 Missile Defeat Project 93 04...Volume 3B - 73 0604132D8Z 0601120D8Z 01...Volume 3A - 9 National Defense Education Program (NDEP) 5 0305199D8Z 225 Net Centricity 07...Volume 3B - 575 Networked Communications Capability 0603662D8Z 46 03...Volume 3A - 195 06...Volume 3B - 433 Nuclear Matters 0605161D8Z 148 Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats 0603161D8Z 04...Volume 3B - 1 68 0604161D8Z 05...Volume 3B - 189 Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats 118 0606225D8Z 167 06...Volume 3B - 493 ODNA Technology & Research Analysis OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative 126 05...Volume 3B - 261 0605027D8Z Operational Energy Capability Improvement 0604055D8Z 65 03...Volume 3A - 351 Policy R&D Programs 0305186D8Z 224 07...Volume 3B - 567 Prompt Global Strike Capability Development 119 05...Volume 3B - 207 0604165D8Z Quick Reaction Special Projects (QRSP) 0603826D8Z 61 03...Volume 3A - 275 Rapid Prototyping Program 0604331D8Z 98 04...Volume 3B - 123 Retract Larch 0603527D8Z 43 03...Volume 3A - 167 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxx

73 UNCLASSIFIED Office of the Secretary Of Defense • Budget Estimates FY 2019 • RDT&E Program Program Element Number BA Page Program Element Title Line # 36 03...Volume 3A - 147 0603288D8Z Science and Technology (S&T) Analytic Assessments Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)/Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) 0605790D8Z 159 06...Volume 3B - 461 Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/ 0605502D8Z 155 STTR) 06...Volume 3B - 457 Software Engineering Institute (SEI) 60 03...Volume 3A - 269 0603781D8Z 0602751D8Z 02...Volume 3A - 75 Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Applied Research 21 0603716D8Z 52 Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) 03...Volume 3A - 251 Studies and Analysis Support - OSD 0605151D8Z 147 06...Volume 3B - 429 06...Volume 3B - 441 Support to Networks and Information Integration 0605170D8Z 149 Systems Engineering 0605142D8Z 06...Volume 3B - 417 146 0605104D8Z 06...Volume 3B - 409 Technical Studies Support and Analysis 143 0603375D8Z 41 Technology Innovation 03...Volume 3A - 163 Test and Evaluation/Science and Technology 0603941D8Z 64 03...Volume 3A - 325 Trusted Foundry 0605140D8Z 131 05...Volume 3B - 291 Trusted and Assured Microelectronics 97 04...Volume 3B - 107 0604294D8Z Trusted and Assured Microelectronics 0605294D8Z 133 05...Volume 3B - 319 WALKOFF 0603600D8Z 69 04...Volume 3B - 27 Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis (SSA) 0604682D8Z 101 04...Volume 3B - 167 UNCLASSIFIED Volume 3B - lxxi

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75 Listing of Acronyms ACRONYM EFINITION D ARDEC Army Armament Research, Development, and Engineering Center AMRDEC Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center ASD/R&E Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Assistant ASW Anti - Submarine Warfare AT&L Acquisition Technology and Logistics C2 Command and Control C3 Comma nd, Controls, and Communications C4 Command, Controls, Communications, and Computer , and Intelligence Controls, Communications, Computer C4I Command, Command, Controls, Communications, Computer, Intelligence , Surveillance and Reconnaissance C4ISR C4IAS Command, Controls, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence Automation System CBRNE Chemical, B iological, Radiological, Nuclear, and high - yield Explosives CIED Counter - Improvised Explosive Device CND Computer Network Defense COCOMs Combatant Commands CTTSO Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction CWMD Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA Defense Innovation Unit Experimental DIUx Department of Defense DOD DPPG Defense Policy and Planning Guidance DSCS Defense Satellite Communications System Defense Threat Reduction Agency DTRA DTRMC Defense Test Resource Management Center DT&E Development, Test and Evaluation EDTC Engineering and Development Test Center EMP Electromagnetic Pulse Electromagnetic Reliability and Effects Predictions EMREP EOD Explosive Ordnance Disposal EOD/LIC Explosive Ordnance Disposal/Low - Intensity Conflict ESTCP Environmental Security Technology Certification Program FATGS Fuze Area Technology Groups FCT Foreign Comparative Testing FFRDC FFRDC Federally Funded Research and Development Center Command and Control GCC Global 1 of Page 4 Volume 3B - lxxiii

76 Listing of Acronyms Guidance for Employment of the Force GEF Global Knowledge Management System GKMC Global Situational Awareness GSA G lobal S ystem for Mobile Communications GSM HAMMER Nuclear Environments Heated and Mobile Munitions Employing RocketsHANE High Altitude HARP High Altitude Radiological Phenomenology Hybridized Enhanced Blast Explosive HEBX HEMP HEMP High Altitude Electro Magnetic Pulse HBCU/MI Historically Black Colleges and Universi ties and Minority Institutions HDBT Deeply Buried Target Hard and HPAC Hazard Prediction and Assessment Capability High Performance Computing Modernization Program HPCMP HSBC Human Social Culture Behavior HTD Hard Target Defeat IBRD Interagency Biological Restoration Demonstration IED Improvised Explosive Device IM Insensitive Munitions IMD Intelligence Mission Data Integrated Munitions Effects Assessment IMEA IOC Initial Operational Capability IoT Internet of Things Integrated Precision Ordnance Delivery System IPODS ISR Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance ISS Integrated Sensor System ISSP Information Systems Security Program IWS Irregular Warfare Support ITD Integrated Technology Demonstration JCIDS Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System JCTD Joint Concept Technology Demonstration JEM Joint Effects Model JFTP Joint Fuze Technology Program Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization JIEDDO JIMTP Joint Insensitive Munitions Technology Program JMEWS Joint Multi - Effects Warhead System JSAF Joint Semi - Automated Forces JUON/JEON Joint Urgent Operational Needs / Joint Emergent Operational Needs M&S Modeling and Simulation M unition Area Technology Groups MATGs 2 of Page 4 Volume 3B - lxxiv

77 Listing of Acronyms Miss Enhancement MDDE ile Defeat Defense MEMS MicroElectro - Mechanical Systems (MEMS) MEMS - Military Child Pilot Program MCPP MIL STD Military Standard - MRL Manufacturing Readiness Level MRL Nati onal Defense Authorization Act NDAA NDEP National Defense Education Program NCNS National Center for Nuclear Security NMCC National Military Command Center National Nuclear Security Administration NNSA NSSEFF National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship NuCS Nuclear Capability Services NWC Nuclear Weapons Council NWE Nuclear Weapon Effects NWEN Nuclear Weapon Effects Network NWEDS Nuclear Weapons Effects Database System NWRM Nuclear Weapons Related Materiel Overseas Contingency Operations OCO OCONUS Outside the Continental United States Organic Light Emitting Diode OLED Office of the Secretary of Defense OSD Office of Science and Technology Policy OSTP PDV Product Demonstration Vehicle PEO Program Executive Officers QDR Quadrennial Defense Review Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detection R2TD RDT&E Research Development Test and Evaluation RadHard Radiation Hardened RFIS Robust Fuzewell Instrumentation System RHBD Radiation Hardened by Design RHM Radiation Hardened Microelectronics Return on Investments ROI ROM R ough Order of Magnitude S&E Scientists and Engineers S&T Science & Technology SBIR Small Business Innovative Research SCO Strategic Capabilities Office - Terrorism Support Program SCSP Special Operations Command Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction 3 of Page 4 Volume 3B - lxxv

78 Listing of Acronyms Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation SMART Space and Missile Development Command SMDC Sandia National Laboratory SNL Special Nuclear Material SNM Special Operations Forces SOF SPE Source Physics Experiment SPG Short Pulse Gamma Strategic Support for Basic Research SSBR STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics STTR Small Business Technology Transfer TB Test Bed TEAMS Technical Evaluation Assessment and Monitor Site Technical Nuclear Forensics TNF TOA Total Obligation Authority TOW Tube - launched, Optically - tracked, Wireless - guided TPMM TPMM Technology Program Management Model TRAC Threat Reduction Advisory Committee Technology Readiness Level TRL TSG Technical Support Group UAS Unmanned Aerial Systems Unified Command Plan UCP Underground Facility UGF UGT UGT Underground Test USFK U.S. Forces Korea USG USG United States Government USNORTHCOM U.S. Northern Command USPACOM U.S. Pacific Command USSOCOM U.S. Special Operations Command USSTRATCOM U.S. Strategic Command UTAS Underground Targeting and Analysis System UXO Unexploded Ordnance Aerial Collection System WACS WMD WCF West Coast Facility WEP Weapon Effects Phenomenology WESC Weapon Effects Steering Committee WMD Weapons of Mass Destruction White Sands Missile Range WSMR 4 of Page 4 Volume 3B - lxxvi

79 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400: BA 4: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide PE 0603161D8Z / / Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Threats Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 211.446 25.851 32.937 28.140 - 28.140 42.034 43.674 42.786 43.753 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 35.633 34.809 36.278 30.703 36.335 27.945 - 172.609 24.946 27.945 Nuclear and Conventional 162: Physical Security Continuing 1.927 0.000 0.691 0.000 - 0.000 5.504 7.201 7.782 7.925 Continuing CNT Prevention ADC&P 041: 0.195 Continuing Continuing 0.195 0.195 0.195 0.195 36.910 0.905 1.543 0.195 - 040: National Technical Nuclear Forensics Systems Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $7.720 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) addresses the need to defend and deter against weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats and to safeguard personnel; prevent unauthorized access to equipment, installations, material, and documents; and to safeguard the foregoing against espionage, sabotage, damage, and theft. This program oversees advanced engineering development throughout DoD for an integrated and systemic RDT&E approach for countering nuclear threats and nuclear and conventional physical security technology and systems. The funding has been centralized in this Defense-wide PE since the early 1990s and represents a substantial portion of all DoD physical security RDT&E funding. Priorities for this PE RDT&E efforts are driven by inputs from Quadrennial Defense Review guidance, Combatant Command and Service requirements, analysis reports such as “Protecting the Force: Lessons from Fort Hood," January 2010, the Integrated Unit, Base, and Installation Protection Cost Benefits Analysis, Multi-national Work Plans established through the Nuclear Security Summit process, and DoD Directive 5210.41, Security Policy for Protecting Nuclear Weapons-directed requirements and associated security deviation reports. Under this integrated approach, funds are used to provide advanced component development and prototypes for the Department in seven capability areas: (1) Detection and Assessment; (2) Access Controls; (3) Installation and Transport Security; (4) Storage and Safeguards; (5) Prevention; (6) Decision Support Systems; and (7) Analytical Support. This program will evaluate integrated technologies, representative modes or prototype systems in a high fidelity and realistic operating environment. The projects under the Program Element either (a) lead to Programs of Record which can transition to Program Element 0604161D8Z for systems development and demonstration (SDD); (b) become technology insertions into existing programs; or (c) advance to being a certified Commercial/Government off-the- shelf product. The PE initiatives are coordinated by the Physical Security Enterprise and Analysis Group. This group is responsible for avoiding duplication of effort and when applicable ensure systems integration and promote interoperability and sustainability. This PE can fund travel to support the requirements of this program. This appropriation will finance work, including manpower, performed by a government agency or by private individuals or organizations under a contractual or grant arrangement with the government who conduct research (systematic study directed toward fuller scientific knowledge or understanding of the subject studied), UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 1 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 26 R-1 Line #68

80 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear 0400: PE 0603161D8Z / Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Threats development (systematic use of the knowledge and understanding gained from research, for the production of useful materials, devices, systems, or methods, including the design and development of prototypes and processes) and test and evaluation efforts. FY 2019 Total FY 2019 OCO FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 28.498 32.937 36.085 - 36.085 Previous President's Budget Current President's Budget 25.851 32.937 28.140 - 28.140 Total Adjustments -2.647 0.000 -7.945 - -7.945 - - • Congressional General Reductions -2.000 • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - - • Congressional Adds • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.614 - • Fiscal Guidance Adjustment - - -0.052 - -0.052 1.703 • Internal realignment - - 1.703 - -0.029 - - - - • FFRDC - - -1.614 - -1.614 • Tranferred to Air Force (Harvester Particulate) - • Inflation Adjustment -0.242 - - -0.242 • Other Program Adjustments - - -7.720 - -7.720 - -0.004 -0.020 - -0.020 • Misc Adjustment Change Summary Explanation FY 2019 Funds rephase from FY19 to FY20 and FY21 to aid in increasing program execution rates closer to the DoD benchmarks. UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 2 Page 2 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

81 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Nuclear and Conventional Physical PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and 0400 / / 162 Security Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 34.809 36.278 24.946 Continuing Continuing 35.633 36.335 27.945 - 172.609 27.945 30.703 Nuclear and Conventional 162: Physical Security - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) addresses the need to defend and deter against weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats and to safeguard personnel; prevent unauthorized access to equipment, installations, material, and documents; and to safeguard the foregoing against espionage, sabotage, damage, and theft. This program oversees advanced engineering development throughout DoD for an integrated and systemic RDT&E approach for countering nuclear threats and nuclear and conventional physical security equipment (PSE) technology and systems. The funding has been centralized in this Defense-wide PE since the early 1990s and represents a substantial portion of all DoD PSE RDT&E funding. Priorities for this PE RDT&E efforts are driven by inputs from Quadrennial Defense Review guidance, Combatant Command and Service requirements, analysis reports such as “Protecting the Force: Lessons from Fort Hood," January 2010, the Integrated Unit, Base, and Installation Protection Cost Benefits Analysis, Multi-national Work Plans established through the Nuclear Security Summit process, and DoD Directive 5210.41, Security Policy for Protecting Nuclear Weapons-directed requirements and associated security deviation reports. Under this integrated approach, funds are used to provide PSE advanced component development and prototypes for the Department in seven capability areas: (1) Detection and Assessment; (2) Access Controls; (3) Installation and Transport Security; (4) Storage and Safeguards; (5) Prevention; (6) Decision Support Systems; and (7) Analytical Support. The projects under the Program Element either (a) lead to Programs of Record – which can transition to Program Element 0604161D8Z for systems development and demonstration (SDD); (b) become technology insertions into existing programs; or (c) advance to being a certified Commercial/Government off-the-shelf product. The PE initiatives are coordinated by the Security Policy Verification Committee and the Physical Security Equipment Action Group. These groups work together to avoid duplication of effort and when applicable ensure systems integration and promote interoperability and sustainability. This PE can fund travel to support the requirements of this program. This appropriation will finance work, including manpower, performed by a government agency or by private individuals or organizations under a contractual or grant arrangement with the government who conduct research (systematic study directed toward fuller scientific knowledge or understanding of the subject studied), development (systematic use of the knowledge and understanding gained from research, for the production of useful materials, devices, systems, or methods, including the design and development of prototypes and processes) and test and evaluation efforts. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Detection and Assessment 17.742 12.636 16.148 Title: UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 3 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 26 R-1 Line #68

82 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 162 0400 Nuclear and 4 / PE 0603161D8Z / Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 Description: The ability to detect an adversary and assess their intentions is a basic physical security tenant. This capability area will design equipment to identify and warn of unauthorized access to a specified area or installation as well as equipment related to the notification and identification of explosive threats or hazards. FY 2018 Plans: • Develop a Joint detection and assessment capability • Develop a multi-sensor detection and discrimination capability to reduce nuisance and false alarms • Compare dual energy X-Ray vehicle imaging systems • Develop a radar processing dynamic structure filter to reduce nuisance and false alarms FY 2019 Plans: • Continue to develop a Joint detection and assessment capability • Continue to develop a multi-sensor detection and discrimination capability to reduce nuisance and false alarms • Continue to develop a radar processing dynamic structure filter to reduce nuisance and false alarms • Develop a Portable Intrusion Detection System FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project costs vary from year to year 5.028 5.524 2.855 Access Controls Title: Description: Controlling access to safeguard personnel and their families and to prevent unauthorized access to critical infrastructure and materials is paramount. This capability area will focus on programs and processes related to the validity and verification of individuals entering or already within a facility. FY 2018 Plans: • Continue to develop an access control capability to compare DoD registered cardholders against the Terrorist Screening Database FY 2019 Plans: • Complete development of an access control capability to compare DoD registered cardholders against the Terrorist Screening Database FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project costs vary from year to year 0.394 0.359 Installation and Transport Security Title: 7.509 UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 4 Page 4 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

83 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 162 0400 Nuclear and 4 / PE 0603161D8Z / Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Robust installation and transport security are vital to preventing a weapon of mass destruction attack or the Description: unauthorized access to key assets such as nuclear weapons and special nuclear material. This capability area will focus on programs and equipment intended to improve the physical security profile of fixed sites and facilities, as well as critical items while in-transit. FY 2018 Plans: • Determine the Operational suitability of an Automated Harbor Barrier Gate capability • Conduct a concept demonstration in an operational environment comprised of equipment, technologies and systems deployed and integrated across land, rail and waterside operating areas to address physical security detection gaps FY 2019 Plans: • Develop an advanced thermal imaging sight for the M2HB/M2A1 crew-served weapon systems. This system will enable improved target acquisition capabilities and will include multiple target indicators, an integrated ballistics processor, and video recording and export functionality. • Integrate Man-portable Tactical Autonomous System Unmanned Surface Vehicle controls into the Near-shore Unified Tactical Response capability FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project costs vary from year to year 0.000 Storage and Safeguards Title: 0.000 - Description: Properly securing critical assets to prevent access by unauthorized persons and implementing control measures that ensure access is limited to authorized persons is the foundation of physical security. This capability area will focus on equipment (e.g., locks, doors, etc.) designed to delay or stop unauthorized entry/access to a specified/localized area. FY 2018 Plans: No efforts currently planned. FY 2019 Plans: No efforts currently planned. 2.548 - Title: Prevention 2.319 UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 5 Page 5 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

84 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 0400 162 4 / PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 Description: The security procedures taken to discourage an adversary from accessing weapons of mass destruction or gaining unauthorized access to critical assets are at the heart of prevention. This capability area will focus on broad spectrum, generic efforts which have the ability to influence multiple areas. FY 2018 Plans: • Utilize Electronic Warfare / Directed Energy system capabilities for feasibility testing against Personal Water Craft threats FY 2019 Plans: • Conduct a cyber security assessment of electronic security systems and develop a repeatable process to verify/validate other electronic security systems in the future FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project costs vary from year to year 2.825 3.104 1.946 Title: Decision Support Systems Description: Decision support systems serve the management, operations, and planning levels of the DoD physical security enterprise to help to make decisions, which may be rapidly changing and not easily specified in advance. This capability area will focus on command and control equipment and projects related to the creation and enhancement of common operating pictures, and the establishment of common architectures / interface standards. FY 2018 Plans: • Use modeling and simulation to characterize a High Value Unit escort with existing small boat support • Provide a secure communication system for responding forces that will represent a "leap ahead" from currently deployed systems • Provide a rapid replay or reconstruct system and operator activity to provide data forensics and training/exercise tools FY 2019 Plans: • Provide a persistent identification capability using a secure communication system for responding forces that will represent a “leap ahead” from currently deployed systems • Develop a full Cross Domain Solution that allows unclassified sensors to inter-operate with classified force protection command and control systems • Develop a counter unmanned underwater, surface and ground vehicle Investment Guides FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 6 Page 6 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

85 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 162 / 4 Nuclear and Conventional Physical PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and 0400 Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 Projects and project costs vary from year to year 1.266 - Title: Analytical Support 1.391 Description: This capability area will focus on studies related to physical security topics and operational and management efforts related to day-to-day activities of the DoD Physical Security Equipment/Countering Nuclear Threats RDT&E Program. FY 2018 Plans: • Provide the support necessary to coordinate PSEAG efforts with the Military Services and Agencies, as they relate to the Test & Evaluation of Physical Security Equipment technology for applications within the DOD • Provide support to the Services to address physical security RDT&E needs FY 2019 Plans: • Evaluate, select and integrate three Video Analytics capabilities that reduces operator workloads and allows inexpensive camera’s to become detection sensors FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project costs vary from year to year Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 24.946 27.945 30.703 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics The program performance metrics are established/approved through the DoD Physical Security Enterprise and Analysis Group (PSEAG). The cost, schedule and technical progress is reviewed at quarterly PSEAG meetings. Performance variances are addressed and corrective action(s) is(are) implemented as necessary. UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 7 Page 7 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

86 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / / Nuclear and Conventional Physical PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and 162 0400 4 Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 Base OCO Total FY 2017 Target Contract Method Total Performing Prior Value of Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Contract Date Cost Cost Complete Years Prior Years - Closed Out Continuing Various - - - - - 130.805 Continuing - Various : Various Efforts Defense Security Multiple performers : Various - 4.474 0.970 - - - - - - Multiple locations Enterprise Architecture Multiple Performers : Various Keystone EUCOM Project 4.649 1.227 - - - - - - - Multiple Locations AF Civil Engineering Joint Risk Decision MIPR - Center : Tyndall - 3.871 1.524 - - - - - Support Tool AFB, FL Naval Surface Foliage Penetrating - - - 0.750 - MIPR - Warfare Crane : 0.750 0.504 2.700 Technology Evaluation Crane, Indiana Detection & Assessment Multiple Vendors : - - 3.554 2.000 - - Various - - - Multiple Locations Follow-on Maritime Expeditionary & ARO : Research MIPR - - 2.015 1.455 - - - - - Triangle Park, NC Transit Security US Navy Spike Weapon NAVAIRWARCENWPNDIV : - MIPR 0.984 - 2.555 System, Common Launch - - - - - China Lake, CA Tube Thermal Imaging Dual- ECBC : Aberdeen - - - use for Aerosol Monitoring - MIPR - - 2.378 1.788 - Proving Ground Alarms and Security Naval Research Multi-sensor Detection and MIPR 0.873 Laboratory : - 1.240 - 0.400 - - - - Discrimination Washington, DC Multiple Performers : - - - Tactical Security System MIPR - - - 2.350 - - Multiple Locations Mobile Integrated US Army ARDEC : - - - Expeditionary Vehicle - MIPR - - - 2.100 1.150 Picatinny Arsenal, NJ Inspection Station Linear Sensor System for Engineer Research - - 1.700 1.700 - - 1.097 - 1.250 MIPR and Development Multi-Threat Detection UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 8 R-1 Line #68 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 8 of 26

87 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and / Nuclear and Conventional Physical 4 162 / Security Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Total OCO Contract Target Method Value of Performing Total Prior Cost To Award Award Award Award Cost Date Date Date Cost Cost Date Cost Years Complete Activity & Location Cost & Type Cost Category Item Contract Cost Center : Vicksburgs, MS AFLCMC : Hanscom Portable Intrusion 1.500 - - 1.100 1.500 MIPR - 1.500 - - AFB, MA Detection System JIGSAW Enhanced SPAWAR Atl : - MIPR - 0.800 - - Capability Suite - - - - Charleston, SC Technology Development GreyNet - Secure Communications with SPAWAR Atlantic : MIPR - - 1.450 - 1.507 - 1.507 - 1.732 Persistent Identification/ Charleston, SC Blue Force Tracking Wide Area Detection AFLCMC : Hanscom - - - - - - MIPR - 0.800 - AFB, MA Systems SPAWAR Atlantic : MIPR - 0.700 - - - - - - - Radar Detection of UAVs Charleston, SC Navy - Strategic System Programs : HVU Self Escort M&S - - - 0.275 MIPR - - - - - Washington Navy Yard, DC Force Protection Pre-shot - TBD - 1.918 1.878 - 1.878 - - - TBD : TBD Sniper Detection Capability Harbor and Restricted NUWC NWPT : 0.975 Waterway Counter-UUV/ - - - MIPR 0.920 - 0.920 - - Newport, RI AUV System - - - 1.000 - 1.000 WISP 2.0 TBD TBD : TBD - - 1.949 Joint UAS Defeat Project - TBD : TBD - - 0.846 TBD - - - - - Defense Installation - - 6.403 - - TBD TBD : TBD 0.345 - 3.000 6.403 Access Control Trace Explosive Detection NSWC IHEODTD : - - - - MIPR - - - - 0.531 Indian Head, MD System Improvement Gatekeeper on the Move - - - - 0.900 0.900 - TBD : TBD - - 1.497 TBD Biometrics UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 9 R-1 Line #68 Page 9 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

88 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: Exhibit R-3 , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) PE 0603161D8Z / 0400 / 4 Nuclear and 162 / Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base FY 2018 Total OCO FY 2017 Contract Target Prior Value of Award Award Award Method Cost To Total Performing Award Cost Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Years Cost Complete & Type Cost Date Cost Contract Counter Personal Water NSWC Dahlgren : - - - - 0.561 - MIPR - - - Dahlgren, VA Craft - Naval Experiment Physical Security Multiple Performers : Various 1.300 Continuing 8.441 1.640 2.865 - - 1.300 Continuing Multiple Locations Enterprise Program Defense Security CBRN ARDEC : Picatinny Various 2.245 - - - - 0.078 - 0.078 - Arsenal, NJ Information Sharing Force Protection Cross Multiple Performers : 1.408 - - - 1.408 - MIPR - - - Multiple Locations Domain Force Protection Workload Multiple Performers : MIPR Reduction via Video - - - - 1.300 - 1.300 Continuing Continuing Multiple Locations Analytics Joint Active Shooter ARDEC : Picatinny MIPR - Continuing Continuing 0.750 0.750 - - - - Arsenal, NJ Protection and Response US Army Medical Enhancing Biosecurity Research Institute of - - 0.287 Surveillance using RFI - MIPR 0.287 - - - - Infectious Diseases : Technology Fort Detrick, MD Naval Surface Enhanced Access Control Warfare Center, - MIPR - Continuing Continuing - for Husbanding Agencies - 0.952 - 0.952 Dahlgren Division : using Biometrics Dahlgren, VA Naval Surface Warfare Center, 0.400 - M2HB/M2A1 MIPR - - - 0.400 - - - Crane Division : Crane, IN SPAWARSYSCEN GunnAR for Waterside Continuing 0.700 - - MIPR Continuing Pacific : San Diego, 0.700 - - - Security CA SPAWARSYSCEN Tactical Radio Interface Pacific : San Diego, - Continuing - MIPR Continuing 0.150 - - - 0.150 Console CA UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 10 R-1 Line #68 Page 10 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

89 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0603161D8Z / 4 Nuclear and Conventional Physical / / 162 Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Total Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Award Cost To Total Value of Cost Date & Type Years Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Category Item Complete Date Cost Cost Activity & Location Contract SPAWARSYSCEN : 1.300 MIPR - Continuing Guardian Angel - Continuing 1.300 - - - Charleston, SC Subtotal 164.831 23.011 25.241 N/A - 25.183 Continuing Continuing 25.183 FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) FY 2017 Base OCO Total FY 2018 Target Contract Value of Cost To Performing Total Prior Award Award Award Award Method Years Cost Cost Date Cost & Type Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Contract Complete Prior Years Completed Various Performers : Various - - - - - - 0.800 - - Various Locations Efforts Defense Threat World Institute for Nuclear - Reduction Agency : - 1.000 0.350 - - MIPR - - - Security Ft Belvoir, VA Naval Sea Systems Physical Security Subject Command : 0.250 - - - 0.570 MIPR 0.135 0.235 - 0.235 Matter Experts Washington Navy Yard, DC Applied Research Nuclear Security Subject Laboratories, The - Continuing Continuing MIPR - - 0.150 0.225 - 0.225 University of Texas : Matter Experts Austin, Texas Army Research Lab : Autonomous Defense - - - - MIPR - - - - 0.200 Adelphi, MD Accelerator Army Research Lab : MIPR 0.600 - - - 0.536 PSEAG Support - 0.600 Continuing Continuing Adelphi, MD Texas Engineering Option/ Texas A&M - - - - - - 0.249 - - University : Texas Experiment Station T&M Cubic Global Contingency Response SS/FFP - Defense : San Diego, - - - 0.886 - - - - Tool CA PSEAG Website and Army Research Lab : - - Continuing 0.395 MIPR Continuing 0.206 0.266 - 0.395 Adelphi, MD PSEAG SharePoint UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 11 R-1 Line #68 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 11 of 26

90 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and / Nuclear and Conventional Physical 4 162 / Security Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Total OCO Contract Target Method Value of Performing Total Prior Cost To Award Award Award Award Complete Cost Date Cost Cost Date Cost Years Date Activity & Location Cost & Type Cost Category Item Contract Cost Date Subtotal 0.600 2.362 1.455 - 1.455 Continuing Continuing N/A 2.636 Remarks NA FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Base Total Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Award Cost To Total Value of Cost Date & Type Years Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Category Item Complete Date Cost Cost Activity & Location Contract - Citadel Protect - - - - - Various Various : Various - - 0.140 COTS Indoor Detection SPAWAR : MIPR - - - - 0.473 - - - - System Charlston, SC Development, Test and Evaluation of System SPAWAR : 0.591 - MIPR - - - - - - - Charlston, SC Operations Audit and Recording Comparative Evaluation of Man-Portable Mass NAVEODTECH : - MIPR - - - - 0.918 - - - Indian Head, MD Spectrometry Explosive Detection Systems T&E Comparative Colorimetric NAVEODTECH : MIPR - - - - - - 0.978 - - Indian Head, MD T&E Interoperability / Test & SPAWAR Atlantic : MIPR - - - - Continuing 0.567 - 0.567 Continuing Evaluation Charleston, SC SPAWARSYSCEN Aerial Physical Security - 0.580 - - - Atlantic : Charlston, MIPR - 0.580 Continuing Continuing Assessment SC Subtotal 1.147 N/A Continuing - - - 3.100 1.147 Continuing Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 12 R-1 Line #68 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 12 of 26

91 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0603161D8Z / 4 Nuclear and Conventional Physical / / 162 Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Management Services ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Total Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Award Value of Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Cost Contract *** PERFORMING Prior Years - Completed - - Continuing Continuing - - Various - ACTIVITY *** : *** - 2.792 Efforts LOCATION *** AF Security Forces Detection & Assessment 0.160 MIPR 0.800 0.350 - Center : Lackland - 0.160 - - - IPT AFB, TX Explosive Detection NAVEODTECH : - MIPR 1.550 0.985 - - - - - - Indian Head, MD Equipment Guide Subtotal Continuing 0.160 - 0.160 1.335 N/A 5.142 Continuing - Remarks NA Target Cost To Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Complete Base Contract OCO Years Total FY 2017 Cost FY 2018 Project Cost Totals 24.946 N/A Continuing Continuing 172.609 27.945 30.703 27.945 - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 13 R-1 Line #68 Page 13 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

92 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Nuclear and Nuclear and Conventional Physical / / / 4 162 PE 0603161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 14 R-1 Line #68 Page 14 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

93 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 Nuclear and PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 162 0400 Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats Schedule Details End Start Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Detection & Assessment 2012 2023 4 1 Detection & Assessment Decision Support 1 2012 4 2023 Decision Support Storage & Safeguards Storage & Safeguards 1 2012 4 2023 Installation & Transport Security 1 2023 4 Installation & Transport Security 2012 Prevention 2023 Prevention 1 2012 4 Access Control Access Control 1 2012 4 2023 Analytical Support Analytical Support 2012 2023 4 1 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 15 Page 15 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

94 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 CNT Prevention ADC&P PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and 0400 / / 041 Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 7.925 7.782 7.201 - Continuing Continuing 5.504 0.000 1.927 0.000 0.691 0.000 041: CNT Prevention ADC&P - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Establish a Defense-wide Countering Nuclear Threats (CNT) Materiel Development Program focused on prevention. Addresses capability gaps identified by Services, Combatant Commands, and Joint Staff. The CNT acquisition strategy directly applies to Joint requirements for CNT materiel development and addresses the materiel and sustainment gaps for general purpose Joint Forces including the US Army 20th Support Command / Navy Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure / Technical Support Groups (NIMBLE ELDER and the US Special Operations Command). B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 0.000 - 0.691 Title: Countering Nuclear Threats Establish a Defense-wide Countering Nuclear Threats (CNT) Materiel Development Program based on capability Description: gaps identified by Services, Combatant Commands, and Joint Staff. The CNT acquisition strategy directly applies to Joint requirements for CNT materiel development and addresses the materiel and sustainment gaps for general purpose Joint Forces including the US Army 20th Support Command / Navy Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure / Technical Support Groups (NIMBLE ELDER and the US Special Operations Command). FY 2018 Plans: • Develop an active prevention capability to counter nuclear threats FY 2019 Plans: • Continue the development of an active prevention capability to counter nuclear threats FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project costs vary from year to year Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals - 0.000 0.691 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 16 of 26 R-1 Line #68

95 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 4 Nuclear and CNT Prevention ADC&P / 0400 / / 041 PE 0603161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics The program performance metrics are established/approved through the Countering Nuclear Threats Program Manager. The cost, schedule and technical progress is reviewed on a quarterly basis. Performance variances are addressed and corrective action(s) is(are) implemented as necessary. UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 17 R-1 Line #68 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 17 of 26

96 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) 041 / 0400 / CNT Prevention ADC&P PE 0603161D8Z 4 / Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Base Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Value of Award Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Cost Contract Radioisotope Identification JPEO CBD : - - - - - 0.691 MIPR - - - Aberdeen, MD. Device JPEO CBD : Radiological Detection - - - - - - - - 1.927 Sub Allot System Aberdeen, MD. - TBD - - - - TBD : TBD - Continuing Continuing - Active Prevention System Subtotal 0.691 N/A Continuing Continuing - - 1.927 - - Remarks NA Target Cost To Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Total Base Contract OCO Years FY 2017 Cost Complete FY 2018 Project Cost Totals - Continuing N/A Continuing 1.927 - 0.691 - - Remarks UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 18 R-1 Line #68 Page 18 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

97 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Nuclear and CNT Prevention ADC&P / / / 4 041 PE 0603161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 19 R-1 Line #68 Page 19 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

98 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear and / CNT Prevention ADC&P / 0400 / 4 041 PE 0603161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats Schedule Details Start End Year Events by Sub Project Year Quarter Quarter Radioisotope Identification Device 1 Radioisotope Identification Device 2018 4 2018 Active Protective Systems Active Protective Systems 4 2023 2020 1 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 20 Page 20 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

99 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 National Technical Nuclear Forensics PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and 0400 / / 040 Systems Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 0.195 0.195 1.543 Continuing Continuing 0.195 0.195 0.195 - 36.910 0.905 0.195 National Technical Nuclear 040: Forensics Systems - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Nuclear forensics is the thorough collection, analysis and evaluation of radiological and nuclear material in a pre-detonation state and post-detonation radiological or nuclear materials, devices and debris, as well as the immediate effects created by a nuclear detonation. The ability to identify the source of nuclear material from radioactive debris is critical to our national defense and security. Swift and accurate forensic and attribution (identification) capabilities are vital to developing an appropriate national response to a nuclear event and preventing future attacks in a timely manner. Nuclear terrorism is one of the most significant and pressing threats identified by national leadership. A credible nuclear forensics program is essential to preventing nuclear terrorism by deterring nations from sponsoring nuclear terrorism. During the Deputy Management Advisory Group process shortfalls and resources to close these gaps were identified and supported by the Deputy Secretary of Defense. The purpose of this program is to develop systems such as ground based prompt diagnostic systems and airborne sample collection systems to provide timely and accurate information to national leadership in the area of nuclear forensics. Per DoDD 2060.04 OSD AT&L NCB provides guidance and direction for the implementation of the Department of Defense National Technical Nuclear Forensics program. NCB represents DoD interests in all areas of nuclear forensics but emphasizes post-detonation applications due to Presidential guidance assigning the department the lead role in develop, providing, and maintaining post-detonation nuclear forensics capability. This PE can fund travel to support the requirements of this program. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 1.543 0.905 0.195 Title: National Technical Nuclear Forensics Systems Description: Advanced development of ground based prompt diagnostic and airborne collection systems. This technology will provide new information that increases accuracy and provides an improved timeline in support of senior leadership decision making. FY 2018 Plans: • Continue Harvester PACS operational support of a modular particulate air sampling capability that augments the Department of Defense mobile nuclear air sampling capability to support collection requirements for treaty verification and National Technical Nuclear Forensics. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 21 of 26 R-1 Line #68

100 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 040 / 4 National Technical Nuclear Forensics PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and 0400 Conventional Physical Security/Countering Systems Nuclear Threats B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 • Conduct the Nuclear Testing, Diagnostics, Forensics and Stockpile Stewardship Course. This course seeks to enhance the education of the Military & Federal workforce in areas critical to the Stockpile Stewardship Program, and also to include applications to synergistic capabilities such as technical nuclear forensics in order to facilitate technical and professional development and increase understanding of the history of nuclear weapons development, testing and design, and the interdependence between technical nuclear forensics and the nuclear weapons program as an integral component. FY 2019 Plans: • Transition Harvester PACS capability to the Air Force. This system provides a modular particulate air sampling capability that augments the Department of Defense mobile nuclear air sampling capability to support collection requirements for treaty verification and National Technical Nuclear Forensics. • Conduct the Nuclear Testing, Diagnostics, Forensics and Stockpile Stewardship Course. This course seeks to enhance the education of the Military & Federal workforce in areas critical to the Stockpile Stewardship Program, and also to include applications to synergistic capabilities such as technical nuclear forensics in order to facilitate technical and professional development and increase understanding of the history of nuclear weapons development, testing and design, and the interdependence between technical nuclear forensics and the nuclear weapons program as an integral component. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Harvester PACS capability is being transitioned to the Air Force starting in FY19. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.905 0.195 1.543 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics The program performance metrics are established/approved through the Countering Nuclear Threats Program Manager. The cost, schedule and technical progress is reviewed on a quarterly basis. Performance variances are addressed and corrective action(s) is(are) implemented as necessary. This is new program focusing on advanced development to meet critical needs. UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 22 Page 22 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

101 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0603161D8Z / Nuclear and / National Technical Nuclear Forensics 4 040 / Systems Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Total OCO Contract Target Method Value of Performing Total Prior Cost To Award Award Award Award Years Cost Date Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Complete Activity & Location Cost & Type Cost Category Item Contract Date Harvester Particulate - Various Various : Various 14.078 - - - - - Continuing Continuing Airborne Collection System Modular Whole-air - Various 0.717 0.905 1.348 - Various : Various - Continuing Continuing - Collection System DISCREET OCULUS / - United States Prompt Various Various : Various 19.017 - Continuing - - - Continuing - Diagnostics System Continuing Continuing - - - - SOCOM Rendor Safe Various Various : Various 1.951 - - Global Initiative Department of State : IA - - 0.656 - - Continuing - - Continuing Information Portal Washington, DC Subtotal 1.348 36.419 0.905 Continuing - - - Continuing N/A Remarks NA FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Management Services ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Base Total Contract Target Total Method Performing Prior Award Award Value of Award Award Cost To Date Contract Date Cost & Type Cost Category Item Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Date Cost Years Complete Cost Nuclear Testing, Diagnostics, Forensics - Continuing IA DOE : Livermore, CA 0.398 0.000 0.195 0.195 - 0.195 Continuing and Stockpile Stewardship Course IDA - CNT Goals & Sub Allot IDA : Alexandria, VA 0.093 - - - - - Continuing Continuing - Approaches Subtotal Continuing 0.195 N/A - 0.491 0.000 0.195 0.195 Continuing Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 23 R-1 Line #68 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 23 of 26

102 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) PE 0603161D8Z 0400 / 4 National Technical Nuclear Forensics 040 / Nuclear and / Systems Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats Target Total Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2017 FY 2018 Cost Base Years OCO Contract Total Complete Project Cost Totals 0.905 Continuing 0.195 1.543 36.910 - N/A 0.195 Continuing Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0603161D8Z: Volume 3B - 24 R-1 Line #68 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 24 of 26

103 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Nuclear and National Technical Nuclear Forensics / / / 4 040 PE 0603161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Systems Nuclear Threats UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 25 R-1 Line #68 Page 25 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

104 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear and / National Technical Nuclear Forensics / 0400 / 4 040 PE 0603161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Systems Nuclear Threats Schedule Details Start End Year Year Quarter Quarter Events by Sub Project Modular Airborne Collection Systems 1 Modular Airborne Collection Systems 2014 4 2018 Nuclear Testing, Diagnostics, Forensics and Stockpile Stewardship Course Nuclear Testing, Diagnostics, Forensics and Stockpile Stewardship Course 4 2023 2018 1 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 26 Page 26 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #68

105 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: / WALKOFF PE 0603600D8Z 0400: Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Prior COST ($ in Millions) Cost FY 2018 Base OCO Total FY 2017 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Complete Years FY 2020 94.877 96.825 Continuing Continuing 98.380 93.056 176.253 96.038 101.714 92.222 - 92.222 Total Program Element 92.222 Continuing Continuing 98.380 96.825 94.877 93.056 176.253 96.038 101.714 92.222 - 600: WALKOFF Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Classified. FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 98.143 101.714 94.341 - 94.341 - Current President's Budget 96.038 101.714 92.222 92.222 Total Adjustments 0.000 -2.119 - -2.119 -2.105 • Congressional General Reductions -0.099 - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - - - • Congressional Adds • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -2.290 - • Reprogrammings 0.284 - - - - - • Realignment to O&M - - -1.500 -1.500 • Departmental Adjustment - -0.619 - -0.619 - Change Summary Explanation FY 2019 decrease is a result of a $1.5 million transfer to O&M as well as Departmental Adjustments. Details are classified. C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 WALKOFF Title: 96.038 92.222 101.714 Description: Classified. FY 2018 Plans: Classified. FY 2019 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED WALKOFF PE 0603600D8Z: Volume 3B - 27 Page 1 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #69

106 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: WALKOFF / PE 0603600D8Z Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Classified. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Received an $11 million Departmental increase in FY2018. Details are classified. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 96.038 101.714 92.222 D. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Complete Line Item FY 2021 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2023 Base FY 2022 OCO Total Cost Total FY 2020 - 4.159 Continuing Continuing • 0603600D8Z O&M 4.348 4.296 2.546 2.710 4.159 4.239 4.186 WALKOFF DW: Remarks E. Acquisition Strategy Classified. F. Performance Metrics Classified. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603600D8Z: WALKOFF Volume 3B - 28 R-1 Line #69 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 5

107 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 WALKOFF WALKOFF / / / 4 600 PE 0603600D8Z Remarks Classified. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603600D8Z: WALKOFF Volume 3B - 29 R-1 Line #69 Page 3 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

108 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 / PE 0603600D8Z 0400 WALKOFF / 600 / WALKOFF FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 4 3 2 1 4 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Classified Classified FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 4 1 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 4 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 3 Classified Classified UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603600D8Z: WALKOFF Volume 3B - 30 R-1 Line #69 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 5

109 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) WALKOFF / WALKOFF / 0400 / 4 600 PE 0603600D8Z Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Year Quarter Year Quarter Classified 2023 4 Classified 1 2014 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603600D8Z: WALKOFF Volume 3B - 31 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 5 of 5 R-1 Line #69

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111 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 4: PE 0603821D8Z / Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 0.000 1.761 2.198 2.506 - 2.506 3.071 3.925 3.987 4.060 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 4.060 0.000 1.761 2.198 2.506 3.987 2.506 3.071 3.925 - 840: Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services - - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services (AEDIS) investment supports enhanced Acquisition Visibility (AV) for the Defense Acquisition Executive (DAE), Component Acquisition Executives (CAE), Service Chiefs of Staff, OSD senior leaders, and OSD and Component analysts who assess and decide the efficiency and effectiveness of acquiring and sustaining the Department’s acquisition programs including Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPs), Major IT investments, and Acquisition Category (ACAT) II – IV programs. AEDIS/AV supports DAE, CAE, and Service Chief responsibilities by providing critical information for acquisition analysis, oversight, and decisions. AEDIS/AV institutionalizes the management of data and business rules used in the Department’s acquisition decision making, and it integrates the acquisition data stored across multiple disparate Federal and Departmental organizations’ data sets and systems. The AEDIS/AV investment delivers a Department-wide accessible collection of acquisition information, techniques, and tools, including the Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment (DAVE), the Defense Acquisition Management Information Retrieval (DAMIR) capability, and acquisition data analysis capabilities as well as data access services and data standards via the Acquisition Visibility Data Matrix (AVDM). Funding supports enhancements to Acquisition Visibility through the definition, development, and fielding of concepts and tools for Department-wide data analysis for use across Congress and the Department, particularly in support of the DAE and his decision authority. FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 2.136 2.198 2.523 - 2.523 2.506 Current President's Budget 1.761 2.198 2.506 - Total Adjustments - -0.375 -0.017 -0.017 0.000 - - • Congressional General Reductions • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings -0.295 - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.078 - -0.017 - - -0.017 • FFRDC Transfer -0.002 Change Summary Explanation FY19 reduction from FY18 PB due to anticipated lower inflationary pressures on software licensing required to maintain Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services related capabilities. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603821D8Z: Acquisition Enterprise Data & Informatio... Volume 3B - 33 R-1 Line #70 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 5

112 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services / 0400: PE 0603821D8Z / BA 4: Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) For FY17 actuals 0.295 reprogrammed from RDT&E to O&M. C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services 1.761 2.198 2.506 Title: Description: Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services investments enhance the visibility of the Department's acquisitiion programs for the Defense Acquisition Executive (DAE), Component Acquisition Executives (CAE), Service Chiefs of Staff, OSD senior leaders, and OSD and Component analysts. FY 2018 Plans: FY2018 plans include the continued development of Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment (DAVE) capability; development and prototyping of a SIPR instance of DAVE; and prototyping of efforts to transition legacy capabilities to DAVE. Development of DAVE includes architecture enhancements, new data and information, and additional capabilities. FY 2019 Plans: FY2019 plans include continued development and prototyping of legacy capabilities transitioning to Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment (DAVE), as well as development and prototyping of new acquisition visibility capabilities and applications to improve analysis and decision-making. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The increase from FY2018 to FY2019 reflects an anticipated increase in developer costs as well as increase costs for necessary licensing and data subscription services costs. As new applications are developed and prototyped within DAVE, data usage demands and the corresponding fees will increase. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.198 1.761 2.506 D. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks E. Acquisition Strategy Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services development and prototyping is acquired through a combination of small-disadvantaged business contract awards. F. Performance Metrics Code coverage reports must demonstrate a minimum of 80% code coverage for automated testing. Delivered capabilities must not exceed 0.5% unscheduled down time annually. UNCLASSIFIED Acquisition Enterprise Data & Informatio... PE 0603821D8Z: Volume 3B - 34 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 5 R-1 Line #70

113 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Acquisition Enterprise Acquisition Enterprise Data & / 4 PE 0603821D8Z / 0400 / 840 Information Services Data & Information Services FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base Contract Target Method Value of Prior Award Award Performing Award Award Cost To Total Cost Category Item Activity & Location Date & Type Years Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Complete Date Cost Cost Contract Koniag Information Option/ Jul 2019 Continuing N/A DAVE Development - 2.506 Continuing Security Services : 2.506 - 1.761 Jul 2017 2.198 Jul 2018 FFP Chantilly, VA Subtotal Continuing 2.506 - 1.761 2.198 2.506 - N/A Continuing Target Value of Prior FY 2019 Total FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2018 Cost Contract Base OCO Years Total FY 2017 Complete Project Cost Totals 1.761 Continuing Continuing 2.506 N/A - - 2.198 2.506 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603821D8Z: Acquisition Enterprise Data & Informatio... Volume 3B - 35 Page 3 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #70

114 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Acquisition Enterprise PE 0603821D8Z / 0400 Acquisition Enterprise Data & / 840 / Data & Information Services Information Services FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 2 1 4 1 4 3 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment (DAVE) Development Program List Capability Development Program Information Capability Development Program Schedule Capability Development Business Intelligence & Analytics Development DAVE Operational Capability DAMIR Transition to DAVE SIPR DAVE Development and Deployment Legacy Application Transition to DAVE DAVE Enhancement Prototyping SIPR DAVE Enhancement Prototyping UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603821D8Z: Acquisition Enterprise Data & Informatio... Volume 3B - 36 R-1 Line #70 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 5

115 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / PE 0603821D8Z / Acquisition Enterprise 0400 4 840 / Acquisition Enterprise Data & Information Services Data & Information Services Schedule Details End Start Quarter Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Year Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment (DAVE) Development 2018 Program List Capability Development 1 2018 3 Program Information Capability Development 2018 2018 4 2 2 2018 4 2018 Program Schedule Capability Development 2018 Business Intelligence & Analytics Development 1 2 2018 2018 DAVE Operational Capability 4 2017 4 2 DAMIR Transition to DAVE 2017 2019 1 1 2018 4 2018 SIPR DAVE Development and Deployment 2019 Legacy Application Transition to DAVE 1 1 2021 DAVE Enhancement Prototyping 1 2019 4 2022 4 2022 1 SIPR DAVE Enhancement Prototyping 2019 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603821D8Z: Acquisition Enterprise Data & Informatio... Volume 3B - 37 Page 5 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #70

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117 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: PE 0603851D8Z Environmental Security Technology Certification Program Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) (+) FY 2020 FY 2017 FY 2018 Complete Base Cost OCO Years Total FY 2023 FY 2021 FY 2022 - 60.707 320.404 46.440 54.583 40.016 Continuing 40.016 67.162 65.077 59.333 Continuing Total Program Element 59.333 Continuing 60.707 Continuing 65.077 67.162 40.016 - 40.016 314.404 46.440 54.583 Environmental Security 514: Technology Certification Program (+) The sum of all Prior Years is $6.000 million less than the represented total due to several projects ending Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $17 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification (U) The Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) demonstrates and validates promising and innovative environmental and energy technologies that target DoD's most urgent needs. Technologies selected are projected to provide a return on the investment through cost savings and improved efficiencies. The program responds to: (1) Congressional concern over the slow pace of remediation of environmentally polluted sites on military installations, (2) Congressional direction to conduct demonstrations specifically focused on emerging new technologies, and (3) the need to improve defense readiness by reducing the drain on the Department's operation and maintenance dollars caused by environmental restoration, waste management, and the cost of energy. Preference for demonstrations is given to technologies that have successfully completed all necessary research and development objectives, and address the highest priority DoD requirements. FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 58.647 52.491 54.583 58.647 - Previous President's Budget Current President's Budget 46.440 54.583 40.016 - 40.016 -18.631 - Total Adjustments -6.051 0.000 -18.631 - • Congressional General Reductions - • Congressional Directed Reductions - -6.000 • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - • FFRDC Transfer - 0.000 - 0.000 -0.051 -0.391 - - -0.391 - • Economic Adjustment - - -0.611 - -0.611 • Realignment to O&M for REPI Offset UNCLASSIFIED Environmental Security Technology Certif... PE 0603851D8Z: Volume 3B - 39 Page 1 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #71

118 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity PE 0603851D8Z BA 4: / Environmental Security Technology Certification Program / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) - -17.629 - -17.629 - • Other Adjustments Change Summary Explanation Economic Adjustment (EA-008) is the comptroller budget decision that reflected OMB directed inflation adjustments. REPI Offset is an OMB decision that EI&E's REPI program be funded at a higher level. Funds rephase from FY19 to FY20 and FY21 to aid in increasing program execution rates closer to the DoD benchmarks. UNCLASSIFIED Environmental Security Technology Certif... PE 0603851D8Z: Volume 3B - 40 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 8 R-1 Line #71

119 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Environmental Security PE 0603851D8Z / / 0400 514 / Environmental Security Technology 4 Technology Certification Program Certification Program FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 60.707 59.333 65.077 40.016 Continuing Continuing 67.162 40.016 - 54.583 314.404 46.440 Environmental Security 514: Technology Certification Program - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification (U) The Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) demonstrates and validates promising and innovative environmental and energy technologies that target DoD's most urgent needs. Technologies selected are projected to provide a return on the investment through cost savings and improved efficiencies. The program responds to: (1) Congressional concern over the slow pace of remediation of environmentally polluted sites on military installations, (2) Congressional direction to conduct demonstrations specifically focused on emerging new technologies, and (3) the need to improve defense readiness by reducing the drain on the Department's operation and maintenance dollars caused by environmental restoration, waste management, and the cost of energy. Preference for demonstrations is given to technologies that have successfully completed all necessary research and development objectives, and address the highest priority DoD requirements. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 24.045 32.223 21.196 Title: Environmental Technology Demonstration/Validation Description: Funds are programmed for investments in projects that address priority DoD environmental requirements. The focus of the program is on live site unexploded ordnance (UXO) in the underwater environment, addressing emerging and recalcitrant cleanup issues, range sustainment technologies, and reducing life cycle costs of DoD weapon systems by eliminating hazardous materials. Accomplishments/plans are described for each FY below. FY 2018 Plans: Funds are planned for continued investment in projects that address priority DoD environmental requirements and new Investments in technology for the most challenging remaining groundwater restoration sites, scale up demonstrations for Underwater Unexploded Ordnance, and demonstrations of environmentally benign surface engineering technology at larger scales. FY 2019 Plans: New investments in detection, quantification and remediation of per- and polyfluorinated substances, large-scale demonstration of low-frequency acoustic systems for underwater UXO detection and classification, monitoring technologies to facilitate the management of threatened and endangered species, and surface preparation for corrosion control. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED Environmental Security Technology Certif... PE 0603851D8Z: Volume 3B - 41 R-1 Line #71 Page 3 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

120 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 514 4 PE 0603851D8Z / Environmental Security Environmental Security Technology / / Technology Certification Program Certification Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Decrease reflects rephrasing of resources due to execution delays. 22.360 Energy Technology Demonstration/Validation 15.971 25.244 Title: Funds are programmed for investments in energy projects that constitute the Installation Energy Test Bed Initiative. Description: This initiative responds to Congressional direction for the Department to increase energy efficiency, reduce installation energy intensity, increase the use of renewable energy, and improve energy security. Emerging energy technologies offer DoD a cost effective opportunity to meet these requirements on its installations while reducing energy and operational costs. The DoD test bed program validates and tests the operational cost and performance of innovative energy technologies in a real-world integrated building environment so as to reduce risk, overcome the barriers to deployment, and facilitate wide-scale deployment. The test bed program exploits the Department's existing built infrastructure to evaluate energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies under the varied climatic conditions and building types DoD manages. The test bed's key elements are: 1) competitive selection of new technologies, 2) systematic and consistent evaluation to determine performance, operational readiness and life cycle costs, and 3) development of guidance and design information for future deployment across installations. FY 2018 Plans: Funds are planned to continue investments in energy and water projects that constitute the Installation Energy Test Bed Initiative. FY 2019 Plans: Demonstration in FY-19 will continue the emphasis on cyber-security as it relates to installation energy savings and security. Reaping the advantages of modern energy monitoring tools has proven difficult for the DoD because of the need to limit access to base IT networks. ESTCP continues to demonstrate technologies and monitoring schemes that are able to obtain Authority-to- Operate on DoD networks. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease reflects rephrasing of resources due to execution delays. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 40.016 46.440 54.583 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy ESTCP solicits proposals from all DoD organizations, other Federal Agencies, and the commercial sector. Projects are selected based on an annual competitive process through reviews by multi-agency panels. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603851D8Z: Environmental Security Technology Certif... Volume 3B - 42 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 8 R-1 Line #71

121 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 4 Environmental Security Environmental Security Technology / 0400 / / 514 PE 0603851D8Z Technology Certification Program Certification Program E. Performance Metrics Performance in this program is monitored at two levels. At the lowest level, each individual project is measured against technical and financial milestones on a quarterly and annual basis. At a program-wide level, progress is measured against DoD's environmental requirements and the demonstration and transition of technologies that address these requirements. UNCLASSIFIED Environmental Security Technology Certif... PE 0603851D8Z: Volume 3B - 43 R-1 Line #71 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 5 of 8

122 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 0400 PE 0603851D8Z / Environmental Security Environmental Security Technology 514 / / Technology Certification Program Certification Program FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Total Target Contract Value of Total Award Method Cost To Performing Award Prior Award Award Date Cost Years Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Cost & Type Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Contract Noblis : Falls Church, Continuing - Support Contract C/IDDQ Continuing 2.380 14.426 2.425 2.380 2.380 - VA Subtotal - 14.426 2.425 2.380 2.380 N/A 2.380 Continuing Continuing FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Base Total Target Contract Total Cost To Method Performing Value of Award Award Award Award Prior Cost Category Item Years Cost Date Date Cost Contract Date Cost & Type Complete Cost Cost Date Cost Activity & Location - Energy and Water 131.372 17.981 23.743 15.971 Various : Various 15.971 Continuing Continuing - C/Various Weapons Systems and Continuing C/Various Various : Various 47.280 8.011 9.226 8.224 - 8.224 Continuing - Platforms - Munitions Response C/Various Various : Various 33.378 4.005 5.300 2.468 - 2.468 Continuing Continuing Continuing - 8.343 Continuing Environmental Restoration C/Various Various : Various 57.420 9.012 10.051 8.343 - Resource Conservation 2.630 C/Various Various : Various 30.528 5.006 3.883 - - 2.630 Continuing Continuing and Resiliency Subtotal 37.636 299.978 44.015 52.203 37.636 - N/A Continuing Continuing Target Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total Value of FY 2018 Years Total Complete Base Cost FY 2017 OCO Contract Project Cost Totals Continuing 40.016 Continuing N/A 314.404 46.440 54.583 40.016 - Remarks UNCLASSIFIED Environmental Security Technology Certif... PE 0603851D8Z: Volume 3B - 44 R-1 Line #71 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 6 of 8

123 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Environmental Security Environmental Security Technology / / / 4 514 PE 0603851D8Z Technology Certification Program Certification Program UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603851D8Z: Environmental Security Technology Certif... Volume 3B - 45 R-1 Line #71 Page 7 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

124 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0603851D8Z / 0400 / 4 Environmental Security Technology Environmental Security / 514 Technology Certification Program Certification Program Schedule Details Start End Year Quarter Year Quarter Events by Sub Project In Progress Reviews 2019 FY 2018 In Progress Reviews 2 2018 1 1 2019 FY 2019 In Progress Reviews 2020 2 Develop Program 2 2018 Develop FY 2019 Program 2018 4 Develop FY 2020 Program 2019 4 2 2019 UNCLASSIFIED Environmental Security Technology Certif... PE 0603851D8Z: Volume 3B - 46 Page 8 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #71

125 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 4: PE 0603920D8Z / Humanitarian De-mining Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 11.031 10.820 Continuing Continuing 11.260 11.267 11.347 57.464 9.740 10.837 11.347 - Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 57.464 9.740 10.837 11.347 11.260 11.347 10.820 11.031 11.267 - 920: Humanitarian De-mining - - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Under the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict (OASD SO/LIC), the Humanitarian Demining Research and Development (HD R&D) program element develops, demonstrates and validates cost-effective technologies for use in humanitarian demining via operational field evaluations in support of Geographical Combatant Commands (GCC) Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) goals and objectives. The HD R&D Program works closely with the GCCs and the Humanitarian Demining Training Center (HDTC) to craft a research and development plan that supports GCC HMA program plans and strategic objectives and enhances mil-to-mil partnerships in key regional states and provides access to live mines/UXO around the world for operational test data collection unavailable to any other DoD organization. The HD R&D Program accomplishes the GCC support by utilizing host nation demining partners to evaluate technology in actual minefields to simultaneously achieve HMA objectives and identify performance parameters; data is delivered to the US military countermine R&D programs to inform future investment decisions. In addition to the improvements made to technologies used by U.S. forces and to the reduction of landmine and UXO threat to US forces and host nation population, the Program’s technology trainings and evaluations build mine action capacity and capability within mine-affected countries and improve safety, stability and economic development. Since 1995 the program has fielded technologies for 202 evaluations in 39 countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Vietnam, Cambodia, Angola and Zimbabwe. The program’s technologies have cleared 46.7 million square meters of the world’s toughest minefields; and found or destroyed 186,000 mines and UXO. New technology requirements and areas of emphasis are identified and validated at a biennial Requirements Workshop and a biennial UXO Working Group Meeting held by OASD SO/LIC. The meetings involve representatives from Department of State (DOS), GCC Humanitarian Mine Action offices, mine action organizations and mine-affected nations. The program element’s work fulfills the Department of Defense’s strategic guidance to address instability and reduce the demand for significant US force commitments to stability operations; with DODI 3000.05 to foster security, economic security and development, and build indigenous capacity; and with § 407 and CJCSI 3207.01C to reduce the social, economic and environmental impact of landmines and unexploded ordnance. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603920D8Z: Humanitarian De-mining Volume 3B - 47 R-1 Line #89 Page 1 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

126 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: / Humanitarian De-mining PE 0603920D8Z 0400: Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) FY 2019 Total FY 2019 OCO FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 11.347 10.007 10.837 11.347 0.000 Previous President's Budget Current President's Budget 9.740 10.837 11.347 0.000 11.347 0.000 0.000 0.000 Total Adjustments -0.267 0.000 - • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - - - - - • Internal Adjustments -0.267 Change Summary Explanation Reductions were in support of Departmental efficiencies and economic assumptions. C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 9.740 11.347 0603920D8Z - SO/LIC Humanitarian De-mining 10.837 Title: Description: The HD R&D Program adapts commercial-off-the-shelf equipment, integrates mature technologies, and leverages R&D activity within DoD, particularly in the Army's Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD) Tactical Countermine mission area. The program aims to improve existing technologies for: mine/unexploded ordnance (UXO) detection, technical survey/area reduction, mechanical mine/UXO clearance, underwater UXO detection and clearance, vegetation clearance, mechanical mine neutralization, and post-clearance quality control (QC). FY 2018 Plans: Deploy new technology, including Ferex to Israel; Armored Operator Station, Empact, and improvements to Piranha to Cambodia; Little Storm, HSTAMIDS and Bearcat to Colombia; and Traxx to Ukraine • Develop new technology for mine clearance in Iraq and Colombia • Complete ongoing equipment developments/modifications and test technology including Advanced Positioning System, Delta, Empact 3D, VMX10, UPEX-745, CMD-3, Primetech, and Little Storm • Continue successful operational evaluations from FY2017 • Support the combatant commands and Embassy staffs by conducting new site surveys and country assessments in Vietnam, Chile, Colombia, Laos, and Ukraine • Develop, test and evaluate new prototype technologies based on feedback from the field FY 2019 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603920D8Z: Humanitarian De-mining Volume 3B - 48 Page 2 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #89

127 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0603920D8Z Humanitarian De-mining 0400: / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 • Deploy new technology to Colombia, Iraq and other countries • Complete ongoing equipment developments/modifications • Continue successful operational evaluations from FY2017 • Support the combatant commands and Embassy staffs by conducting new site surveys and country assessments • Develop, test and evaluate new prototype technologies based on feedback from the field in the following areas: technical survey, individual mine/UXO and minefield detection, mechanical mine/UXO and vegetation clearance, underwater UXO detection and clearance, mechanical mine neutralization, and post-clearance QA FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase from FY18 to FY19 due to inflation. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 11.347 9.740 10.837 D. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks E. Acquisition Strategy Following a rapid prototyping strategy, the program emphasizes the use/modification of existing, commercially-available equipment and components to build functional prototype equipment suited for humanitarian demining operations. This approach is required due to the immediate need for new demining technologies in the face of ongoing U.S. forces and host nation citizen casualties in mine-affected countries. The program evaluates prototype equipment by acquiring it off-the-shelf from industry using competition to the extent possible, by leveraging ongoing countermine R&D efforts in other U.S. and foreign R&D activities, and by taking advantage of extensive in-house fabrication capabilities at the Army's Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Division (NVESD). F. Performance Metrics Long Term Strategies: Obtain adequate funding to support critical shortfalls; prioritize proposals that are deemed acceptable and allocate funding accordingly; and establish outreach programs to leverage institutional knowledge and expertise. Performance Indicator and Rating: FY 2017 Target: 90% of currently funded research technologies are completed on time and within budget Complete scheduled R&D project tasks Transition field-ready technologies to host nation demining partners FY 2018 Target: UNCLASSIFIED Humanitarian De-mining PE 0603920D8Z: Volume 3B - 49 Page 3 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #89

128 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity PE 0603920D8Z / BA 4: Humanitarian De-mining / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) 90% of currently funded research technologies are completed on time and within budget Complete scheduled R&D project tasks Transition field-ready technologies to host nation demining partners Conduct biennial Humanitarian R&D Program Requirements Workshop FY 2017 Performance Rating: Funded research technologies were completed per the target. Verification: The Humanitarian Demining Program performs program reviews with other USG agencies (DOS PM WRA, DSCA, HDTC, CENTCOM, PACOM, SOUTHCOM, AFRICOM, EUCOM) and has oversight from OSD SO/LIC. Validation: Completed R&D products increase the capabilities of the DoD to effectively perform demining missions. UNCLASSIFIED Humanitarian De-mining PE 0603920D8Z: Volume 3B - 50 R-1 Line #89 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 8

129 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 4 / Humanitarian De-mining 0400 920 PE 0603920D8Z Humanitarian De-mining / FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Contract Target Award Method Value of Performing Total Prior Cost To Award Award Award Complete Cost Cost Cost Date Cost Date Cost Years Date Activity & Location Cost & Type Cost Category Item Contract Date Primary Hardware RDECOM-NVESD : - Various 6.095 - 34.099 5.116 5.796 6.095 0.000 - Ft Belvoir, VA Development Subtotal 34.099 5.116 5.796 N/A 0.000 6.095 - - 6.095 Remarks The HD R&D Program adapts commercial-off-the-shelf equipment, integrates mature technologies, and leverages R&D activity within DoD, particularly in the Army's Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD) Tactical Countermine mission area. FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2018 Base FY 2017 OCO Total Target Contract Total Cost To Award Value of Award Award Method Award Performing Prior Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Category Item Date & Type Date Cost Complete Cost Contract Cost Humanitarian Demining RDECOM-NVESD : - Various Research and 4.980 - - 0.000 21.634 4.354 4.770 4.980 Ft Belvoir, VA Development Program Subtotal - - 4.770 21.634 4.354 N/A 4.980 0.000 4.980 Remarks Evaluations of HD R&D Program-developed technologies in actual minefields are conducted by host nation demining partners (foreign military, non-governmental organizations and mine action centers) and provide valuable data for US military countermine R&D and next generation HD technology developments while directly contributing to world-wide mine and UXO clearance. FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Management Services ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base OCO Total Contract Target Method Value of Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Total Cost Contract Date Cost & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Complete Cost Years Humanitarian Demining RDECOM-NVESD : 0.270 - Various 0.000 - 1.731 Program Management 0.271 0.272 0.272 - Ft Belvoir, VA Support Subtotal - N/A 0.272 - 1.731 0.270 0.271 0.272 0.000 Remarks The HD R&D Program managers oversee adaptation of commercial-off-the-shelf equipment, integration of mature technologies, and leverage of R&D activity within DoD, particularly in the Army's Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD) Tactical Countermine mission area. Areas of emphasis are identified and validated at a UNCLASSIFIED Humanitarian De-mining PE 0603920D8Z: Volume 3B - 51 R-1 Line #89 Page 5 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

130 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 0400 / 4 Humanitarian De-mining PE 0603920D8Z / Humanitarian De-mining 920 FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Management Services ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base OCO Total Target Contract Total Value of Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Contract Date Cost Cost Date Complete & Type Date Cost Cost Date Cost Activity & Location biennial Requirements Workshop held by OASD SO/LIC. The Requirements Workshop involves representatives from Department of State (DoS), U.S. combatant commands (COCOMS) and mine-affected nations. Target Total Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Complete Base Contract OCO Years Total FY 2017 FY 2018 Cost Project Cost Totals 9.740 N/A 11.347 57.464 11.347 10.837 - 0.000 - Remarks The Humanitarian Demining Research and Development (HD R&D) program element rapidly develops, demonstrates and validates new technologies for DoD-supported nations to detect and clear landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXO), and to contribute to US military countermine R&D. The HD R&D Program focuses on development of new technologies to improve the efficiency and safety of indigenous nation-conducted, post-conflict clearance of residual mines and UXO, which pose a serious threat to US forces conducting stability operations, and to the host nation’s population and economy. UNCLASSIFIED Humanitarian De-mining PE 0603920D8Z: Volume 3B - 52 R-1 Line #89 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 6 of 8

131 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0603920D8Z 920 Humanitarian De-mining 0400 / 4 Humanitarian De-mining / / UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603920D8Z: Humanitarian De-mining Volume 3B - 53 Page 7 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #89

132 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Humanitarian De-mining / Humanitarian De-mining / 0400 / 4 920 PE 0603920D8Z Schedule Details Start End Year Events Quarter Year Quarter 1 Mechanical Mine/UXO Clearance Systems 2017 4 2023 2017 Mine/UXO Detection Systems 2023 4 1 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603920D8Z: Humanitarian De-mining Volume 3B - 54 Page 8 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #89

133 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 4: PE 0603923D8Z / Coalition Warfare Program Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 52.446 9.789 10.740 8.528 - 8.528 12.501 12.226 11.439 11.649 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 11.649 11.439 12.226 12.501 8.528 - 52.446 9.789 10.740 8.528 Coalition Warfare 923: Note The FY 2019 funding request was reduced by $2.486 million to account for the availability of PY execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Coalition Warfare Program (CWP) supports DoD organizations that: 1) work with foreign partners to collaboratively address strategic technology gaps for current and future missions; 2) develop interoperability solutions for coalition operations; and 3) develop and strengthen defense relationships. CWP is the only Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) program with this mission. Coalition warfare and multinational operations are fundamental features of the U.S. National Security Strategy. Coalitions provide a broad base of technological, operational, and logistical support for military operations and ease the U.S. financial and manpower burdens associated with meeting military goals and objectives. Coalitions and relationships with international partners are high priorities for the nation and the Department of Defense. CWP supplements a U.S. Government proponent’s funding for cooperative efforts, ensuring U.S. funds are sufficient to complete the engagement with the foreign partner(s). When CWP funds are used to help fund a cooperative project, that project leverages technical and financial contributions of the foreign partner(s) and speeds the development and delivery of technical solutions to the warfighter. In its seventeen-year history, CWP has leveraged $3 of foreign partner funding from 75 foreign partners and $2 of other U.S. Government funding for every $1 CWP has invested in cooperative projects. CWP funding enables DoD project teams to move a technology into the next stage of development or to complete and transition a technology to operational forces. These projects may also form the basis for future cooperation with international partners. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 10.126 10.740 11.014 - 11.014 10.740 9.789 Current President's Budget 8.528 - 8.528 -2.486 Total Adjustments -0.337 0.000 - -2.486 • Congressional General Reductions - - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions • Congressional Rescissions - - - - • Congressional Adds - • Congressional Directed Transfers - • Reprogrammings -0.011 - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.326 - - - -0.074 -0.074 • FFRDC Transfer - UNCLASSIFIED Coalition Warfare Program PE 0603923D8Z: Volume 3B - 55 R-1 Line #90 Page 1 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

134 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity PE 0603923D8Z / BA 4: Coalition Warfare Program / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) • Other Program Adjustments - -2.412 - - -2.412 Change Summary Explanation The FY 2019 funding request was reduced by $2.486 million to account for the availability of PY execution balances. Funds rephased from FY19 to FY20 and FY21 to aid in increasing program execution rates closer to the DoD benchmarks. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603923D8Z: Coalition Warfare Program Volume 3B - 56 R-1 Line #90 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 8

135 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Coalition Warfare PE 0603923D8Z / Coalition Warfare 0400 / 923 / Program FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 11.649 11.439 12.226 - Continuing 12.501 8.528 52.446 9.789 10.740 8.528 923: Coalition Warfare - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Coalition Warfare Program (CWP) supports DoD organizations that: 1) work with foreign partners to collaboratively address strategic technology gaps for current and future missions; 2) develop interoperability solutions for coalition operations; and 3) develop and strengthen defense relationships. CWP is the only Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) program with this mission. Coalition warfare and multinational operations are fundamental features of the U.S. National Security Strategy. Coalitions provide a broad base of technological, operational, and logistical support for military operations and ease the U.S. financial and manpower burdens associated with meeting military goals and objectives. Coalitions and relationships with international partners are high priorities for the nation and the Department of Defense. CWP supplements a U.S. Government proponent’s funding for cooperative efforts, ensuring U.S. funds are sufficient to complete the engagement with the foreign partner(s). When CWP funds are used to help fund a cooperative project, that project leverages technical and financial contributions of the foreign partner(s) and speeds the development and delivery of technical solutions to the warfighter. In its seventeen-year history, CWP has leveraged $3 of foreign partner funding from 75 foreign partners and $2 of other U.S. Government funding for every $1 CWP has invested in cooperative projects. CWP funding enables DoD project teams to move a technology into the next stage of development or to complete and transition a technology to operational forces. These projects may also form the basis for future cooperation with international partners. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 9.789 8.528 10.740 Title: Coalition Warfare Program (Continuing Projects) Description: CWP provides funding on a competitive basis to DoD organizations to conduct cooperative research, development, test, and evaluation projects with foreign partners. The goals of the CWP program are to: collaboratively address strategic technology gaps for current and future missions, develop interoperability solutions for coalition operations, and strengthen current defense partnerships and developing new relationships. CWP selects projects for funding through an annual competitive process in accordance with Department of Defense and Combatant Command needs. Overall, the program provided additional funding to projects that began in earlier selection cycles. Currently, the funded portfolio includes projects with 12 different foreign partners. Including prior year project selections, for FY 2018 selections, the following projects will encompass CWP funding in FY 2018 and FY 2019: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603923D8Z: Coalition Warfare Program Volume 3B - 57 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 8 R-1 Line #90

136 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0603923D8Z Coalition Warfare / 0400 / 4 923 Coalition Warfare / Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 - Artic High Frequency Surveillance (US Air Force) - Autonomous Tunnel Exploitation (DTRA) - Digital Enhanced Lowlight Tactical Asset – Individual (US Army) - Terrestrial Free-Space Laser Communication Network (US Army) - Micro-Satellite Maritime Domain Awareness using Imagery and Automatic Identification System (US Navy) - Broad Spectrum Detection of Maritime Traffic Using Hyperspectral Imagery (US Navy) - Low-Cost Space Solar Cell Calibration by High Altitude Balloon (US Air Force) - Collaboration Intiatives FY 2018 Plans: Completion of efforts that will improve directed energy weapons interface with ships' electrical power, maintain warfighters' access to position, navigation, and timing signals when GPS is unavailable, and improve tracking of space objects and debris in real-time. FY 2019 Plans: Completion of efforts that will reduce size, weight, and power of imaging sensors, develop autonomous undersea power stations and improve capability of scalable warhead for an unmanned air vehicle. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2018 to FY 2019 decrease is driven by directed reductions to account for the availability of PY execution balances. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 9.789 8.528 10.740 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy The Combatant Commands, Services, Defense Agencies, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense nominate candidate projects on an annual basis. CWP provides selected projects up to three years of funding. The Program selects projects that address DoD priorities and meet the needs and requirements specified by the Joint Staff and the Combatant Commanders. Projects have equitable contributions from international partners, strong potential for transition, and contribute to allied interoperability and/or meet a user need. E. Performance Metrics After successful completion of the competitive nomination process, initial project funding is dependent on receipt of project documentation, which includes financial information, project plan, description of project team, etc. Continued project funding is dependent on compliance with CWP requirements, which include: adequate UNCLASSIFIED Coalition Warfare Program PE 0603923D8Z: Volume 3B - 58 Page 4 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #90

137 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Coalition Warfare Coalition Warfare / / / 4 923 PE 0603923D8Z Program progress toward each project's stated goals, timely reporting on financial status and project activities, financial document close-out, provision of updated project plans and charts, and progress towards transition goals. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603923D8Z: Coalition Warfare Program Volume 3B - 59 R-1 Line #90 Page 5 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

138 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-3 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) PE 0603923D8Z 0400 / Coalition Warfare / 4 923 / Coalition Warfare Program FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2018 Contract Target Performing Value of Award Award Award Award Cost To Total Method Prior Cost Date Date Cost Activity & Location Contract Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Years Complete Cost Cost & Type Date Coalition Warfare Program Project Product Various Various : Various 35.553 7.423 8.800 - - 6.533 - - 6.533 Development Costs Subtotal 35.553 7.423 8.800 6.533 - 6.533 - - N/A FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base OCO Total Target Contract Value of Total Cost To Award Award Award Method Award Performing Prior Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Date & Type Years Date Cost Complete Cost Cost Contract Coalition Warfare - - Program Project Test and - Various Various : Various 9.766 1.556 0.848 0.875 - 0.875 Evaluation Costs Subtotal 9.766 1.556 0.848 N/A - 0.875 - - 0.875 FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Management Services ($ in Millions) FY 2017 Base OCO Total FY 2018 Target Contract Total Cost To Performing Prior Award Award Value of Award Award Method Contract Years Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Date Complete Cost & Type Date Cost Cost Date Cost Activity & Location Coalition Warfare Program 1.092 - Various Various : Various 7.127 0.810 Project Management 1.120 - 1.120 - - Services Costs Subtotal - N/A - 1.120 7.127 0.810 1.092 1.120 - Target FY 2019 Value of Cost To Total FY 2019 Prior FY 2019 OCO Base Total Complete FY 2018 Cost FY 2017 Years Contract Project Cost Totals N/A 8.528 - - 52.446 9.789 10.740 8.528 - Remarks UNCLASSIFIED Coalition Warfare Program PE 0603923D8Z: Volume 3B - 60 R-1 Line #90 Page 6 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

139 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0603923D8Z 923 Coalition Warfare 0400 / 4 Coalition Warfare / / Program UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603923D8Z: Coalition Warfare Program Volume 3B - 61 Page 7 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #90

140 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / Coalition Warfare 4 PE 0603923D8Z / Coalition Warfare / 0400 923 Program Schedule Details End Start Year Quarter Events Quarter Year 2017 1 2016 4 FY 2017 CWP Project Execution 2018 FY 2018 CWP Project Execution 1 2017 4 1 4 FY 2019 CWP Project Execution 2018 2019 2020 FY 2020 CWP Project Execution 1 2019 4 FY 2021 CWP Project Execution 1 2020 4 2021 2021 4 1 FY 2022 CWP Project Execution 2022 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0603923D8Z: Coalition Warfare Program Volume 3B - 62 Page 8 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #90

141 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 4: PE 0604016D8Z / Department of Defense Corrosion Program Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 3.582 3.514 Continuing Continuing 3.705 3.639 3.477 104.097 14.394 3.837 3.477 - Total Program Element 3.705 3.639 3.582 Continuing Continuing 3.514 3.477 0.000 3.477 14.394 3.837 104.097 Corrosion Protection 015: Projects A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The purpose of this program is to develop a comprehensive capability to prevent and mitigate corrosion and its effects on Department of Defense (DoD) weapon systems and infrastructure. Corrosion severely impacts system and facility reliability, readiness and safety, and consumes a disproportionate amount of material and labor hours for repair and treatment of corrosion damaged systems and facilities. The cost of corrosion across the DoD is currently estimated at approximately $19 billion per year (down from approximately $22 billion in Fiscal Year 2007). The impact and cost of corrosion are so pervasive that Congress enacted Public Law 107-314 Sec: 1067 [portions codified in 10 U.S.C. 2228]: Prevention and mitigation of corrosion of military infrastructure and equipment. This legislation requires that DoD develop a long-term corrosion strategy to include establishment of a coordinated R&D program with transition plans. The legislation also requires that DoD designate a responsible official or organization to oversee a corrosion prevention and mitigation program. The responsibilities of the Director, Corrosion Policy and Oversight and the Military Department Corrosion Prevention and Control Executives were further delineated in DODI 5000.67 "Prevention and Mitigation of Corrosion on Military Equipment and Infrastructure" of 01 February 2010. The Deputy Secretary of Defense designated the Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics) (PDUSD(AT&L)) as the DoD Corrosion Executive in May 2003. The DoD Corrosion Executive subsequently established a Corrosion Control and Oversight office to implement the program. Subsequently, in accordance with Section 371 of the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act, the Under Secretary of Defense (USD(AT&L)) designated a Director, Corrosion Policy and Oversight to perform the duties of the DoD Corrosion Executive with responsibilities as described in the 2008 NDAA legislation. A major responsibility of the Director, Corrosion Policy and Oversight is to select high payoff research and development projects that promise to prevent or mitigate corrosion and significantly reduce the total cost of corrosion along with the adverse impact of corrosion effects on weapon system and infrastructure operational capability. This office chartered a Corrosion Prevention and Control Integrated Product Team (CPCIPT) that has selected and funded Operation and Maintenance projects for each Fiscal Year (FY) commencing in FY 2005. However, the DoD CPCIPT has determined that the biggest payoff in corrosion prevention and mitigation will come from investing in up-front prevention technologies, materials, and processes to leverage downstream cost avoidance in corrosion maintenance and repair. Likewise, development of improved predictive and prognostic techniques can eliminate unseen failure and reduce unnecessary maintenance and repair costs. Thus, technology development, demonstration, and transition projects have been selected and funded since FY 2006. In addition, the University Corrosion Collaboration (now the Technical Corrosion Collaboration (TCC)) was formed as collaboration between universities, Armed Forces Academies and DoD laboratories focused on corrosion technology research and development and producing individuals with corrosion expertise for the DoD corrosion control community of the future. Research areas include performance prediction, assessment of finish, surface engineering, and product support. This advanced corrosion research has been ongoing since FY 2008 and performed by teams from TCC participating organizations. In FY 2009, the Military Departments assigned corrosion executives and began submitting reports to Congress on inserting corrosion planning into the acquisition process. The FY 2011 NDAA added a requirement for the DoD to report the amount of funds requested in the preceding year budget for each planned project or activity, UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Corrosion Program PE 0604016D8Z: Volume 3B - 63 R-1 Line #91 Page 1 of 10 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

142 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604016D8Z 0400: Department of Defense Corrosion Program / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) as compared to the funding required for each project or activity. These funds provide a portion of the funds used to implement associated corrosion control projects and activities. These projects address critical corrosion issues in both Department of Defense systems and infrastructure. A number of low-risk, high-payoff technologies promise to vastly improve the service life and significantly reduce the maintenance costs and improve the availability and safety of weapon systems and facilities essential to maintain support for the warfighter. A total of 151 projects have been completed to date and 111 have resulted in new technology implementation. The overall return on investment as estimated by the Military Departments is 16:1. FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 3.893 3.837 3.505 - 3.505 Current President's Budget 14.394 3.837 3.477 - 3.477 0.000 Total Adjustments 10.501 -0.028 - -0.028 - - • Congressional General Reductions • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds 10.000 - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - -0.028 • Other Program Adjustments 0.501 - -0.028 - Congressional Add Details ($ in Millions, and Includes General Reductions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Project: 015: Corrosion Protection Projects Congressional Add: Corrosion Control, Prevention and Prediction through Coatings, Materials and Maintenance R&D - 10.000 Congressional Add Subtotals for Project: 015 - 10.000 Congressional Add Totals for all Projects 10.000 - UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604016D8Z: Department of Defense Corrosion Program Volume 3B - 64 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 10 R-1 Line #91

143 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Corrosion Protection Projects PE 0604016D8Z / Department of Defense 0400 / 015 / Corrosion Program FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 3.705 3.639 3.582 14.394 Continuing 3.514 3.477 0.000 104.097 3.477 3.837 Corrosion Protection 015: Projects - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The purpose of this program is to develop a comprehensive capability to prevent and mitigate corrosion and its effects on Department of Defense (DoD) weapon systems and infrastructure. Corrosion severely impacts system and facility reliability, readiness and safety, and consumes a disproportionate amount of material and labor hours for repair and treatment of corrosion damaged systems and facilities. The cost of corrosion across the DoD is currently estimated at approximately $19 billion per year (down from approximately $22 billion in Fiscal Year 2007). The impact and cost of corrosion are so pervasive that Congress enacted Public Law 107-314 Sec: 1067 [portions codified in 10 U.S.C. 2228]: Prevention and mitigation of corrosion of military infrastructure and equipment. This legislation requires that DoD develop a long-term corrosion strategy to include establishment of a coordinated R&D program with transition plans. The legislation also requires that DoD designate a responsible official or organization to oversee a corrosion prevention and mitigation program. The responsibilities of the Director, Corrosion Policy and Oversight and the Military Department Corrosion Prevention and Control Executives were further delineated in DODI 5000.67 "Prevention and Mitigation of Corrosion on Military Equipment and Infrastructure" of 01 February 2010. The Deputy Secretary of Defense designated the Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics) (PDUSD(AT&L)) as the DoD Corrosion Executive in May 2003. The DoD Corrosion Executive subsequently established a Corrosion Control and Oversight office to implement the program. Subsequently, in accordance with Section 371 of the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act, the Under Secretary of Defense (USD(AT&L)) designated a Director, Corrosion Policy and Oversight to perform the duties of the DoD Corrosion Executive with responsibilities as described in the 2008 NDAA legislation. A major responsibility of the Director, Corrosion Policy and Oversight is to select high payoff research and development projects that promise to prevent or mitigate corrosion and significantly reduce the total cost of corrosion along with the adverse impact of corrosion effects on weapon system and infrastructure operational capability. This office chartered a Corrosion Prevention and Control Integrated Product Team (CPCIPT) that has selected and funded Operation and Maintenance projects for each Fiscal Year (FY) commencing in FY 2005. However, the DoD CPCIPT has determined that the biggest payoff in corrosion prevention and mitigation will come from investing in up-front prevention technologies, materials, and processes to leverage downstream cost avoidance in corrosion maintenance and repair. Likewise, development of improved predictive and prognostic techniques can eliminate unseen failure and reduce unnecessary maintenance and repair costs. Thus, technology development, demonstration, and transition projects have been selected and funded since FY 2006. In addition, the University Corrosion Collaboration (now the Technical Corrosion Collaboration (TCC)) was formed as collaboration between universities, Armed Forces Academies and DoD laboratories focused on corrosion technology research and development and producing individuals with corrosion expertise for the DoD corrosion control community of the future. Research areas include performance prediction, assessment of finish, surface engineering, and product support. This advanced corrosion research has been ongoing since FY 2008 and performed by teams from TCC participating organizations. In FY 2009, the Military Departments assigned corrosion executives and began submitting reports to Congress on inserting corrosion planning into the acquisition process. The FY 2011 NDAA added a requirement for the DoD to report the amount of funds requested in the preceding year budget for each planned project or activity, UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Corrosion Program PE 0604016D8Z: Volume 3B - 65 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 10 R-1 Line #91

144 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 0400 / 015 Corrosion Protection Projects PE 0604016D8Z / Department of Defense / Corrosion Program as compared to the funding required for each project or activity. These funds provide a portion of the funds used to implement associated corrosion control projects and activities. These projects address critical corrosion issues in both Department of Defense systems and infrastructure. A number of low-risk, high-payoff technologies promise to vastly improve the service life and significantly reduce the maintenance costs and improve the availability and safety of weapon systems and facilities essential to maintain support for the warfighter. A total of 151 projects have been completed to date and 111 have resulted in new technology implementation. The overall return on investment as estimated by the Military Departments is 16:1. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 3.477 4.394 Title: Corrosion Prevention and Control Projects and Activities 3.837 FY 2018 Plans: • Work with the Services to develop and transition mature technologies. • Refine and improve acquisition policies related to corrosion control. • Provide oversight of corrosion planning for ACAT I systems. • Complete impact of corrosion studies on additional defense segments; perform pilot evaluation of selected ACAT I program using predictive capabilities. • Partner with the Services to provide corrosion training to military and DoD civilians. FY 2019 Plans: Continue to: • Work with the Services to develop and transition mature technologies; • Refine and improve acquisition policies related to corrosion control; • Perform independent risk assessments relative to corrosion for ACAT I systems; • Complete impact of corrosion studies on all defense segments; • Integrate corrosion control into critical specifications and standards; • Partner with the Services to provide corrosion training to military and DoD civilians; • Engage in communication and outreach activities to create awareness of the impact of corrosion. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Level of effort is consistent between FY 2018 and FY 2019. Small changes reflect minor budget fluctuations. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 4.394 3.837 3.477 FY 2018 FY 2017 10.000 Corrosion Control, Prevention and Prediction through Coatings, Materials and - Congressional Add: Maintenance R&D UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Corrosion Program PE 0604016D8Z: Volume 3B - 66 Page 4 of 10 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #91

145 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604016D8Z Corrosion Protection Projects / 0400 / 4 015 Department of Defense / Corrosion Program FY 2018 FY 2017 • Conducted 2017 DoD - Allied Nations Technical Corrosion Conference – over FY 2017 Accomplishments: 700 attendees and 140 technical papers presented. Participation by eight allied nations. • Continued to execute the Technical Corrosion Collaboration (TCC) • Funded corrosion control research at the University of Alabama, University of Virginia, Southern Mississippi, University of Hawaii, Ohio State University, and Pennsylvania State University. • Funded corrosion activities at each of the Armed Services Academies including research, curriculum improvements, and Cadet/Midshipmen capstone projects • Program has produced 176 articles in refereed journals, involved over 300 graduate and undergraduate students at civilian institutions, and over 120 Cadets and Midshipmen. • Undergraduate Corrosion Engineering degree at the University of Akron became fully accredited. • Developed a long distance learning course through the University of Florida • Funded the following additional Corrosion Prevention and Control Demonstration/Implementation Projects - Rustproofing for Corrosion Control in Hidden Areas - Corrosion Estimation App - Internal Curing of High Performance Pier Deck Concrete - Plastic Lumber Foundations - Zinc Rich Primer - Volumetric Superhydrophopic Coating for Corrosion Prevention of Galvanized Steel Shore Structures - Inorganic Polymer Rehab RR Ties Congressional Adds Subtotals - 10.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Acquisitions are accomplished in three categories including projects, research opportunities, and activities as described in the DoD Corrosion Prevention and Mitigation Strategic Plan. Projects are funded jointly by CPO and the Military Departments and are led by subject matter experts at the Military Department laboratories. CPO issues a call for proposed project plans in April and projects are submitted in June. The project plan format is contained in the DoD Corrosion Prevention and Mitigation Strategic Plan. CPO receives project plans and convenes an evaluation panel to review proposed projects and make recommendations regarding project selection. Projects are also evaluated using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to rank projects by relative efficiency. DEA factors include project performance period, ratio of OSD funding UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Corrosion Program PE 0604016D8Z: Volume 3B - 67 Page 5 of 10 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #91

146 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / 015 0400 / 4 Corrosion Protection Projects PE 0604016D8Z / Department of Defense Corrosion Program to Service funding, return-on-investment (ROI), degree to which the proposed technology addresses high-cost corrosion problems, potential benefits, joint service applicability, and probability of transition. Upon acceptance and approval of the projects, funding is distributed to the Military Departments by Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR) based on funding priorities associated with the evaluation process results. Project execution is monitored through submission of quarterly quad charts and by conducting an annual review. Research opportunities are funded through the Technical Corrosion Collaboration (TCC). A call for white paper proposals is issued by CPO through an existing U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) Broad Agency Announcement (BAA). Submissions are evaluated by a technical panel chaired by the Deputy Director, CPO. Evaluation factors include quality of proposed research, potential impact on DoD corrosion problems, level of student involvement, and proposed collaboration between the research institutions and DoD laboratories. Projects are ranked by the selection panel and funded based on merit and available funds. Research institutions receive funds for the TCC through the establishment of cooperative agreements with USAFA. Research execution is monitored through submission of quarterly quad charts and by conducting an annual review. Activities are those work efforts associated with the Working Integrated Product Teams (WIPT) under the CPCIPT and include policy, training, specifications and standards, metrics, science and technology, facilities, and communication and outreach. WIPT Leads submit funding requirements associated with their annual tactical plan submission to CPO. The proposed activities are prioritized by CPO and funded based on merit and available funds. Activities are accomplished by both government and contractor personnel. Funds are transferred to government personnel through the MIPR process. Funds are transferred to contractor personnel through competitively awarded contracts including the multiple-award Blanket Purchase Agreement held by CPO. Progress on activities is reviewed tri-annually at meetings of the CPCIPT. E. Performance Metrics Not applicable. UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Corrosion Program PE 0604016D8Z: Volume 3B - 68 Page 6 of 10 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #91

147 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 0400 / 4 Corrosion Protection Projects PE 0604016D8Z / Department of Defense 015 / Corrosion Program FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 Total Base FY 2017 OCO Target Contract Total Method Performing Prior Value of Award Award Award Cost To Award Cost Contract Date Cost & Type Cost Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Date Complete Years Corrosion Policy and Various (Army, Navy, 3.477 Continuing MIPR Continuing Continuing 91.657 11.080 Jan 2017 0.408 Jan 2018 3.477 Jan 2019 - Oversight Air Force) : Various Subtotal 0.408 91.657 11.080 3.477 - 3.477 Continuing Continuing N/A FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Management Services ($ in Millions) Total FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Base Contract Target Total Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Method Value of Cost Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Contract Logistics Corrosion Policy and Management Continuing MIPR Continuing Continuing 8.484 2.061 - 2.148 Oct 2017 - - Oct 2016 Oversight Institute : McLean, VA Decisive Analytics Corrosion Policy and - MIPR Continuing Continuing - - - Corporation : Oct 2017 3.956 1.253 1.281 Oversight Arlington, VA Subtotal Continuing - 12.440 3.314 3.429 - - N/A Continuing Target Value of Prior FY 2019 Total FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2018 Cost Contract Base OCO Years Total FY 2017 Complete Project Cost Totals 14.394 Continuing Continuing 3.477 N/A 104.097 - 3.837 3.477 Remarks N/A UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Corrosion Program PE 0604016D8Z: Volume 3B - 69 Page 7 of 10 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #91

148 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604016D8Z 015 Department of Defense 0400 / 4 Corrosion Protection Projects / / Corrosion Program UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604016D8Z: Department of Defense Corrosion Program Volume 3B - 70 Page 8 of 10 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #91

149 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Department of Defense PE 0604016D8Z / 0400 Corrosion Protection Projects / 015 / Corrosion Program Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Corrosion Policy and Oversight DOD 5000 Series Review 4 2017 2017 1 1 2017 4 2017 Integration of CPC and CPC-Related Policy 2017 1 2017 4 DAG Review Corrosion Board of Directors 1 2017 4 2017 DOD Corrosion Prevention and Mitigation Strategic Plan 1 2017 4 2017 2017 USC Engagement 1 2017 4 1 GAO Engagement 4 2017 2017 Corrosion Technology Implementation Projects Support 4 2017 2017 1 1 2017 4 2020 Training Gap Analysis 2017 1 2020 4 Corrosion Website Sustainment Product Introduction and Qualification Tool 1 2017 4 2017 Facilitate/Support Corrosion Events 1 2017 4 2017 2017 International Corrosion Partnerships and Engagements 1 2017 4 2017 4 2017 Programmatic Support 1 1 2017 4 2017 Technical Corrosion Collaboration Corrosion Technology Support 2017 Corrosion Prevention and Control (CPC) Review 1 2017 4 Guidebook and Manual Support 1 2017 2017 4 DFARS Support 1 2017 4 2017 2017 Funding Reviews 1 2017 4 1 Weapon Systems and Infrastructure Oversight Support 4 2017 2017 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604016D8Z: Department of Defense Corrosion Program Volume 3B - 71 Page 9 of 10 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #91

150 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Department of Defense / Corrosion Protection Projects 015 0400 / 4 / PE 0604016D8Z Corrosion Program Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Military Department Corrosion Program Review 1 2017 4 2017 1 Corrosion Technology Implementation Project Reviews 2017 4 2017 2017 4 1 Corrosion Subject Matter Expertise 2017 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604016D8Z: Department of Defense Corrosion Program Volume 3B - 72 Page 10 of 10 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #91

151 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 4: PE 0604132D8Z / Missile Defeat Project Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 9.927 124.769 Continuing Continuing 6.941 6.946 17.867 0.000 138.350 58.607 58.607 - Total Program Element 138.350 Continuing 6.941 9.927 17.867 0.000 Continuing 124.769 58.607 - 58.607 6.946 Missile Defeat Project 072: Program MDAP/MAIS Code: Project MDAP/MAIS Code(s): 000 A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Missile Defeat Project counters the growing global advancement and proliferation of road-mobile ballistic missile threats. This effort develops and integrates new capability and architectures to optimize fielded weapon systems and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) to defeat these emerging threats. The Missile Defeat Project coordinates and integrates Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC) efforts to develop counter threat capability. This effort measures the effectiveness of new architectures and revolutionary concepts against evolving threats by working with the IC, Combatant Commands, government labs, program offices, industry, and academia. To meet this challenge the Missile Defeat Project leverages existing test and simulated environments to perform analysis of industry and government reference concepts and architectures to provide innovative technical solutions for missile defeat. We are developing virtual and physical testbeds to robustly test, evaluate, and prototype architectures and assess their ability to improve time critical targeting and defeat of road-mobile threats. The virtual testbed complements testing at physical ranges by providing an infrastructure for addressing different training, test, and evaluation needs. This effort also includes systems engineering and analysis to devolve technical requirements, identify promising solutions, and inform future investment decisions. In accordance with the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year FY 2017, the Department shall designate a military department or Defense Agency with acquisition authority with respect to missile defeat. The Missile Defeat Project will transfer all activities and funding to other stakeholders starting in FY 2019. The FY 2019 request enables this transfer without interrupting ongoing efforts. FY 2018 AMENDED BUDGET REQUEST JUSTIFICATION: $26.400 million Base is required to address emergency warfighting readiness requirements. Funds are required for various classified projects. Additional classified details can be provided under a separate cover. UNCLASSIFIED Missile Defeat Project PE 0604132D8Z: Volume 3B - 73 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 7 R-1 Line #93

152 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: / Missile Defeat Project PE 0604132D8Z 0400: Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Base FY 2019 Total FY 2018 FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 45.000 98.369 0.000 - 0.000 - 58.607 58.607 Current President's Budget 138.350 124.769 - Total Adjustments 93.350 26.400 58.607 58.607 • Congressional General Reductions - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - • Congressional Rescissions - - - • Congressional Adds - - - • Congressional Directed Transfers • Reprogrammings - - -1.593 • SBIR/STTR Transfer - • FFRDC Transfer -0.050 - - - - - • Other Adjustments -0.007 - - - - 59.001 - - 59.001 • Continue Priority Efforts • Additional Appropriations 70.500 - - - - - - - - • Prior Approval Reprogramming Action 24.500 -0.394 • Economic Assumption - - - -0.394 - - - 26.400 • FY 2018 Missile Defeat and Defense - Enhancements Change Summary Explanation FY 2017 Missile Defeat Enhancements Reprogramming (FY 17-26 PA): $+24.500 million was required to address emergency warfighting requirements in support of various classified projects. Additional details are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Missile Defeat and Defense Enhancements (MDDE) Budget Amendment: $+26.400 million was required to address emergency warfighting requirements in support of various classified projects. Additional details are available at a higher classification level. UNCLASSIFIED Missile Defeat Project PE 0604132D8Z: Volume 3B - 74 Page 2 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #93

153 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / PE 0604132D8Z 0400 Missile Defeat Project / 072 / Missile Defeat Project 4 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing Continuing 6.941 6.946 9.927 17.867 58.607 - 0.000 138.350 124.769 58.607 Missile Defeat Project 072: - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - Project MDAP/MAIS Code: 000 A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Missile Defeat Project coordinates and integrates joint DoD and IC efforts to develop counter threat capability solutions in five key areas: 1) dynamic command and control; 2) intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; 3) responsive conventional counterforce; 4) national missile defense; and 5) an enduring demonstration and experimentation capability to integrate and measure the effectiveness of developed solutions. The Missile Defeat Project will transfer all activities and funding to other stakeholders starting in FY 2019. The FY 2019 request enables this transfer without interrupting ongoing efforts. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Title: 138.350 58.607 124.769 Missile Defeat Project efforts Description: The Missile Defeat Project counters the growing global advancement and proliferation of ballistic missile threats through development of counter threat capability solutions that monitor, coordinate and integrate the DoD efforts. Missile Defeat is integrating existing capacity and identifying and developing new capabilities to address these threats. FY 2018 Plans: - In FY 2018, Missile Defeat Project will evaluate results from development and testing to enhance experimental and existing system architectures for Missile Defeat. - Deliver architecture improvements to enhance time critical targeting. - Develop and deliver prototype hardware and software for evaluation during test events. - Deliver component, system, and architecture analysis to the warfighter for recommendations on improved time critical targeting, concepts of operation, and missile defeat. - Perform systems engineering to deliver technical requirements documentation and analysis of candidate architectures. - Deliver detailed test objectives, test event planning, and post-test evaluation for time critical targeting test events in FY 2018. FY 2019 Plans: - Deliver post-test evaluation for time critical targeting test events. - Deliver final recommendations and analysis to the warfighter for recommendations on improved time critical targeting, concepts of operation, and missile defeat. UNCLASSIFIED Missile Defeat Project PE 0604132D8Z: Volume 3B - 75 R-1 Line #93 Page 3 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

154 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Missile Defeat Project / Missile Defeat Project 072 0400 / 4 / PE 0604132D8Z B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 - The current funding request will enable the transition for all current activities and funding. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: - The FY 2018 to FY 2019 decrease is due to a transition of current activities to other stakeholders. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 58.607 138.350 124.769 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy The acquisition strategy consists of partnering with small businesses, industry, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers and University Affiliated Research Centers. The Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) will leverage DoD, the Intelligence Community, and government model-based assessments to inform Better Buying Power philosophy acquisition decisions. E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604132D8Z: Missile Defeat Project Volume 3B - 76 Page 4 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #93

155 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 Missile Defeat Project PE 0604132D8Z / Missile Defeat Project 0400 072 / FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Total Target Contract Award Award Value of Total Award Cost To Method Award Performing Prior Contract Activity & Location & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Cost Years Various MULTI : MULTI - 138.350 124.769 58.607 C/TBD 58.607 Continuing Continuing - - Subtotal Continuing Continuing 58.607 124.769 - 58.607 - 138.350 N/A Target Total Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Complete Base Contract OCO Years Total FY 2017 FY 2018 Cost Project Cost Totals 138.350 N/A Continuing Continuing - 58.607 124.769 58.607 - Remarks N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604132D8Z: Missile Defeat Project Volume 3B - 77 R-1 Line #93 Page 5 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

156 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 / PE 0604132D8Z 0400 Missile Defeat Project / 072 / Missile Defeat Project FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 4 3 2 1 4 2 1 3 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Missile Defeat Project SIMEX COCOM Exercise SIMEX 2 Time Critical Targeting Demonstration UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604132D8Z: Missile Defeat Project Volume 3B - 78 R-1 Line #93 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 6 of 7

157 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 072 0400 / 4 Missile Defeat Project PE 0604132D8Z / Missile Defeat Project / Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Missile Defeat Project 4 1 SIMEX 2020 2018 2020 COCOM Exercise 2 2018 4 SIMEX 2 3 2018 4 2020 2018 4 2020 4 Time Critical Targeting Demonstration UNCLASSIFIED Missile Defeat Project PE 0604132D8Z: Volume 3B - 79 Page 7 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #93

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159 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: PE 0604250D8Z Advanced Innovative Technologies Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2020 Base Complete OCO Cost Total FY 2023 FY 2021 FY 2022 - 139.287 756.649 850.762 1,482.532 1,431.702 Continuing 1,431.702 1,107.245 530.958 357.604 Continuing Total Program Element 357.604 Continuing 139.287 Continuing 530.958 1,107.245 1,431.702 - 756.649 850.762 1,482.532 1,431.702 Advanced Innovative 250: Technologies A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO) identifies, analyzes, demonstrates, and transitions game-changing applications of existing and near-term technology (and other U.S. Government capabilities) to shape and counter emerging threats. The SCO combines capability innovation with concepts of operation and information management to develop novel concepts solving critical national security challenges in partnership with the Services, Defense Agencies, Combatant Commands (CCMDS), Joint Chiefs of Staff, Intelligence Community, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 846.470 1,175.832 958.802 - 958.802 Current President's Budget 850.762 1,482.532 1,431.702 - 1,431.702 Total Adjustments 4.292 306.700 472.900 - 472.900 • Congressional General Reductions - - -10.000 • Congressional Directed Reductions - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings 33.383 - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -18.052 - - • FFRDC -0.916 - - - • FY 2017 Cancelled Account - - - - -0.123 - - 306.700 - - • FY 2018 budget amendment - - 472.900 472.900 - • FY 2019 Program Adjustment UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 81 Page 1 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

160 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z / Advanced Innovative 0400 / 250 / Technologies FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 139.287 357.604 530.958 1,107.245 Continuing 1,431.702 - 1,431.702 756.649 850.762 1,482.532 Advanced Innovative 250: Technologies - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO) identifies, analyzes, demonstrates, and transitions game-changing applications of existing and near-term technology (and other U.S. Government capabilities) to shape and counter emerging threats. The SCO combines capability innovation with concepts of operation and information management to develop novel concepts solving critical national security challenges in partnership with the Services, Defense Agencies, Combatant Commands (CCMDS), Joint Chiefs of Staff, Intelligence Community, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 Title: Advanced Navigation 3.350 - - Description: Leverage existing technologies to analyze, build and demonstrate a prototype advanced navigation technique for contested environments and integrate into a mature weapons system. 157.383 198.000 175.760 Title: Alternate Strike Description: The Alternative Strike program demonstrates feasibility and utility of launching existing/modified weapons from existing launch platforms. This project will retire risks associated with cross platform integration to enable transition of new weapon/system combinations to Service partners. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Conduct initial design review. • Develop initial weapon designs. • Develop weapon system simulation. • Continue ground testing. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete final design. • Conduct Systems Integration Lab testing. • Conduct environmental testing. UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 82 R-1 Line #96 Page 2 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

161 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 0400 / 4 250 PE 0604250D8Z / Advanced Innovative Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 • Conduct ground testing. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease in budget from FY 2018 - FY 2019 is due to tapering-off of long-lead material purchases needed for FY 2020 events. 25.000 49.666 - AVATAR Title: Description: SCO will convert manned aircraft and target drones to avatars in order to develop enhanced combat capabilities. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Conduct detailed design and systems engineering activities in support of system architecture, hardware design and platform integration requirements. • Establish a ground-based simulator for further system development and testing. • Complete design review and execute vendor down-select. • Finalize sensor package requirements and select systems for integration. FY 2019 Plans: • Demonstrate autonomy algorithms on surrogate aircraft. • Integrate prototype Pilot-Vehicle Interface (PVI) into manned command and control aircraft. • Conduct preliminary flight-testing of prototype manned-unmanned teaming capabilities to confirm design and functionality. • Complete design review and execute vendor down-select. • Continue open systems architecture refinement. • Continue autonomous flight behavior algorithm refinement • Continue mission and operational effectiveness analysis FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase is needed to build and acquire hardware and conduct multiple risk reduction prototype flight test activities. 43.707 - 47.782 Breaker Title: The Breaker demonstration provides Combatant Commanders with long range effects against targets. This project Description: will demonstrate the feasibility and utility of launching this modified weapon from existing systems and aircraft. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Conduct preliminary and detailed munition integration and dispense design. • Conduct planning for integration into existing Army long-range systems. UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 83 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 26 R-1 Line #96

162 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 0400 Advanced Innovative 4 / PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 • Order legacy delivery system long lead hardware. • Initiate tests to confirm design and functionality. • Conduct munition enhancement study to inform recommendations for future improvements. • Conduct tailored preliminary design review (tPDR) and tailored critical design review (tCDR) for weapon integration, and function. FY 2019 Plans: • Fabricate hardware and conduct engineering development testing to verify integration and design. • Complete aircraft-weapon air-worthiness verification in preparation for captive flight testing and weapon demonstration. • Complete ground-based tests to confirm design and functionality. • Initiate demonstration flight tests. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease in budget from FY 2018 - FY 2019 for Breaker is in accordance with original approved funding profile. 0.000 - 22.066 Title: Carnac Description: The Carnac project applies machine learning algorithms and techniques to existing sensors in order to reduce operator workload and data throughput requirements. This project will retire risks associated with upgrading existing on-board processors to support AI to enable transition of dramatically more capable sensors to partners. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification. FY 2019 Plans: • Begin data collection activities. • Develop model for assessment of machine learning algorithms against sensor data. • Demonstrate machine learning algorithms in simulated environments. • Complete system design of on-board processor. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The Carnac project is a new start in FY2019. 24.366 31.880 Command and Control of the Information Environment (C2IE) Title: 36.570 Description: The Command and Control of the Information Environment (C2IE) project provides Combatant Commands, Services, Agencies, and Department of Defense leadership the ability to detect, monitor, understand, and act in the information environment. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 84 Page 4 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

163 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 Advanced Innovative / 4 0400 PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2018 Plans: • Conduct multiple operational validation demonstrations in support of Combatant Commanders (CCMDs). • Complete accreditation of C2IE components and system on redundant Secret Internet Protocol Router (SIPR) networks. • Refine automated cross-domain data transfer. • Install and test C2IE components and system on Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communication System (JWICS). • Evaluate and down-select Machine Learning solutions. FY 2019 Plans: • Conduct multiple operational validation demonstrations. • Refine automated ingest situational awareness data. • Complete accreditation of C2IE components and system on Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) networks. • Refine cross-domain data transfer. • Refine Machine Learning solutions for entity, event and network detection. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The bulk of software development will be completed FY 2017- FY 2018. Budget for FY 2019 reflects decreased need for software development. Title: Contender 69.600 89.567 35.550 Description: SCO will develop and demonstrate an operational prototype that will extend the range of torpedoes for use in expanded mission sets. FY 2018 Plans: • Design and test host platform dynamics. • Conduct in-water risk reduction tests. • Conduct payload launch testing. • Perform subsystem integration planning. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete full-scale water tunnel testing. • Begin non-vehicle in-water testing. • Begin full system land based propulsion testing. • Being phase 4 fabrication & integration of prototype. UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 85 Page 5 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

164 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 / PE 0604250D8Z Advanced Innovative Technologies Advanced Innovative / 0400 250 Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 • Complete Shock certs and IA approvals. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The increase in budget from FY 2018 – FY 2019 is needed to forward fund long lead materials to build the weapon system within schedule. 29.970 41.960 Title: Enhanced Munitions - Leverage existing technologies to analyze and prototype enhancements to current munitions. This project will retire Description: risks associated with transition of enhanced munitions. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Build and test form factor enhancement article. • Conduct third In-Progress Review of munition enhancements. • Integrate enhancements into munitions test article. • Plan and conduct second ground test of integrated enhanced munition test article. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The funding in FY 2018 will complete the demonstrations. Title: Ghost Fleet 187.739 206.000 - Description: SCO will develop and demonstrate fleet integrated, operational prototype unmanned maritime vehicles to fill existing mission requirements for Combatant Commanders. The prototypes will include the platforms, autonomy, Command, Control and Communications (C3) and payload integration. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Build and evaluate unmanned capabilities to support future operational demonstrations. • Begin payload integration activities. • Finalize autonomy architecture to support mission, platform, and payload level autonomy development. • Conduct operational assessments for prototype systems. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete surrogate in-water testing. • Complete platform in-water test event. • Continue integration and fabrication of final platforms. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 86 Page 6 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

165 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 / PE 0604250D8Z Advanced Innovative Technologies Advanced Innovative / 0400 250 Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 • Complete component level testing and payload integration designs. • Complete autonomy system delivery. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease in funding is due to long lead material purchases, early state surrogate analysis and in-water testing and autonomy developments taking place in prior year. 0.000 Hoover Title: 74.500 46.000 Description: The Hoover project applies machine learning algorithms and techniques to existing sensors in order to reduce operator workload and data throughput requirements. This project will retire risks associated with upgrading existing on-board processors to support AI to enable transition more capable sensors. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification. The Hoover project is a new start in FY 2018. FY 2018 Plans: • Complete system design analysis and trade studies. • Conduct system engineering of modified processor and sensor. • Develop OPSEC plan. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete design and prototype of real-time processor. • Complete machine learning algorithms for existing sensor. • Complete test planning. • Conduct initial flight testing. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The increased budget in FY 2019 is due to significant hardware purchases and integration costs to support range testing. 28.403 - 24.000 Hornet's Nest Title: SCO will develop a multi-mission Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Due to the nature of these projects, specific Description: applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Conduct initial program and testing review. • Conduct wargames to define operational scenarios. • Conduct subsystem development and testing. • Perform initial analysis for platform integration. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 87 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 7 of 26 R-1 Line #96

166 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 Advanced Innovative / 4 0400 PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 • Demonstrate integration of various payloads and capabilities. FY 2019 Plans: • Conduct UAV Challenge/Fly-off downselect. • Complete CONOPS development modeling. • Conduct integration of UAV onto platform aircrafts. • Conduct air and ground testing. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The increase in funding from FY 2018 - FY 2019 for Hornet's Nest reflects additional resources required for execution of launch tests not conducted in FY 2018, as well as additional resources required for the challenging task of aircraft platform integration. 63.573 0.000 56.200 Title: Hurt Locker Description: The Hurt Locker project demonstrates feasibility and utility of alternative sensor/weapon pairing. This project will retire risks associated with cross platform integration of existing weapons with existing sensors to enable transition of new weapon/sensor combinations to Service partners. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification. The Hurt Locker project is a new start in FY 2018. FY 2018 Plans: • Complete candidate system design analysis and trade studies • Conduct environmental control system design • Conduct system modeling and simulation • Conduct sub-system requirements review FY 2019 Plans: • Conduct hardware-in-the-loop/software-in-the-loop system integration testing • Complete launch platform hardware testing • Complete launch platform electronics testing • Complete system communications testing FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The increased budget in FY 2019 is due to additional hardware purchases and testing in FY 2019. - 67.050 Hypervelocity Gun Weapon System (HGWS) Title: 245.184 UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 88 Page 8 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

167 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 0400 Advanced Innovative 4 / PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Description: Cost-effective, large magazine point defense will be demonstrated by closing the fire control loop between existing sensors and prototype projectiles launched from existing families of powder guns. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Complete Advanced Projectile design concepts. • Complete target procurement and support flight tests. • Continue closed-loop performance demonstrations by conducting increasingly difficult fly-by engagements. • Deliver Prototype Fire Control Radar and demonstrate enhanced range and precision. • Complete Prototype Surveillance Radar modifications and support demonstrations. • Integrate subsystems and conduct target intercepts. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The funding in FY 2018 will complete the demonstrations. - 43.607 0.000 Title: Kingfisher Description: The Kingfisher project will leverage previous investments in undersea systems to demonstrate the feasibility and operational utility of longer range lightweight torpedoes. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete weapon design • Conduct platform integration analysis and design • Develop CONOPS FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The Kingfisher project is a new start in FY 2019. Title: 75.493 LiTE Saber 65.000 - Description: SCO will develop and demonstrate a commercial-enabled tactical command, control and communication capability to create secure tactical communications in Anti-Access / Area Denial (A2/AD) environments. FY 2018 Plans: • Conduct preliminary design and systems engineering activities in support of system architecture, hardware design and platform integration UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 89 Page 9 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

168 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 Advanced Innovative / 4 0400 PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 requirements. • Establish metrics and measurements. • Establish candidate operating environments (vignettes/concepts of operation). • Conduct analysis to define system characteristics and effectiveness. • Demonstrate LTE on-the-move communications. FY 2019 Plans: • Conduct detailed design and systems engineering activities in support of system architecture, hardware design and platform integration requirements. • Integrate prototype Anti-Jamming Interface into End User Device (EUD). • Complete design review and execute vendor down-select. • Continue open systems architecture refinement. • Continue analysis of accreditation of components and system on Secret Internet Protocol Router (SIPR) networks. • Continue analysis to define system characteristics and effectiveness. • Demonstrate secure LTE on-the-move communications. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase needed to build and acquire hardware and conduct multiple prototype activities moving from the squad to platoon level while incorporating secure communications solution. - 13.907 16.000 Title: MAVEN Leverage advanced commercial technologies to provide advantage to the warfighter in contested environments. Description: Due to the nature of some of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Develop initial data sets. • Demonstrate analytics interfaces with databases. • Demonstrate initial analytic performance. FY 2019 Plans: • Analyze algorithm performance. • Integrate algorithms with analytic workflow leveraging existing data. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 90 Page 10 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

169 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 PE 0604250D8Z Advanced Innovative Technologies / Advanced Innovative / 0400 250 Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 The FY 2019 budget is less than FY 2018 due to a decrease in the number of algorithm developers following a comparative evaluation in FY 2018. 26.230 - - Miniature Air Launched Decoy – X (MALD-X) Title: Description: SCO will leverage existing low-cost payloads by demonstrating focused upgrades of the low cost Miniature Air- Launched Decoy (MALD) platform (MALD-X). 44.700 32.000 - Title: Motley Crew Description: SCO will leverage near term technologies being developed to enable interoperability between weapons. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Conduct detailed design and systems engineering activities in support of system architecture, hardware design and platform integration requirements. • Complete and validate lab, ground and flight test capability development activities. • Conduct component- and subsystem-level platform integration development and testing. • Perform platform testing in operationally relevant scenarios, on ground and inflight, to demonstrate basic collaborative capabilities FY 2019 Plans: • Integrate algorithms into weapon systems. • Integrate mission planning software. • Conduct incremental risk reduction flight-testing of weapon systems. • Continue refinement of algorithms. • Continue mission and operational effectiveness analysis. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase from FY 2018 to FY 2019 needed to build and acquire hardware and conduct multiple risk reduc tion prototype flight test activities. 10.927 1.600 7.000 Perdix Gen 7 Title: Description: Develop next generation micro-UAV (unmanned air vehicle) with improved endurance and processing power to allow for a multi-mission capabilities. FY 2018 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 91 Page 11 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

170 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 0400 Advanced Innovative 4 / PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 • Finalized baseline design and begin build of the micro-UAV. • Test and integrate power source. FY 2019 Plans: • Perform initial flight tests • Build and refine micro-UAV. • Begin integration of aircraft. • Begin test plan for final demonstration. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increased funding in FY 2019 will allow for the continued development, prototyping, testing and demonstration of the Gen 7 variant of Perdix to allow for smooth transition of capability. 112.644 0.000 - Title: Red Dawn Description: The Red Dawn project will leverage previous investments in Special Operations Forces (SOF) capabilities to demonstrate the feasibility of providing Combatant Commanders additional options for early-conflict. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete weapon design • Conduct platform integration analysis and design • Develop CONOPS FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The Red Dawn project is a new start in FY 2019. 148.998 75.968 357.500 Sea Dragon Title: Description: A cost-effective capability will be demonstrated by integrating an existing weapon system with an existing Navy platform. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Complete construction of land-based launch support test site. • Commence underwater static testing. • Continue planning for in-water translational testing. • Commence planning for sea-based tactical demonstration. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 92 Page 12 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

171 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 0400 Advanced Innovative 4 / PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 • Continue kill chain analysis within platform communications and fire control system architectures. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete underwater static testing. • Commence construction of sea-based launch support test site. • Commence underwater translational testing. • Continue planning for sea-based tactical demonstration. • Continue kill chain analysis within platform communications and fire control system architectures. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease in budget from FY 2018 to FY 2019 for the Sea Dragon demonstration project is due to purchasing long-lead material items needed in FY 2018 that will not need to be repurchased in FY 2019. - Title: 18.120 10.160 Sea Mob Description: SCO is developing a group of Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs) capable of cooperative swarming behaviors. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Complete maturity of Sea Mob autonomy kit for multiple craft. • Conduct in-water exercises against relevant targets for specified missions. • Finalize Sea Mob Technical Data Packages for transition. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The Sea Mob program completes all development objectives in FY 2018 and transitions into a Marine Corps and Naval capabilities in FY 2019. 26.045 17.390 27.240 Sea Stalker Title: SCO will leverage existing low-cost, persistent maritime platforms to offer Combatant Commanders immediate Description: options. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Perform payload field testing for operational effectiveness. • Perform in-water integrated payload/platform testing. • Demonstrate platform reliability. • Conduct in-water platform testing with optimized algorithms. FY 2019 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 93 Page 13 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

172 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 0400 Advanced Innovative 4 / PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 • Demonstrate and test payload capabilities • Finalize final design of platform and payload through testing • Conduct final end-to-end demonstration FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2019 funds will be used to continue the prototyping and demonstration of the Sea Stalker concept with additional payloads and execute a final end-to-end demonstration. 20.860 - Title: Serenity 18.000 Description: Leverage existing technologies to analyze and demonstrate a prototype solution to disrupt enemy targeting of critical U.S. assets. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Demonstrate prototype in a laboratory environment. • Conduct analysis of subsystem alternatives. • Initiate planning for demonstration. • Complete interface control document. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete final prototype packaging. • Complete final operational effectiveness analysis updates. • Test and install first prototype units with packaging in a laboratory environment. • Build and integrate second prototype units. • Start installation engineering prior to testing. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase in funding is due to concurrent testing of first prototype units, which begin in FY 2018, and the development of second prototype units and the preparation for integration on a ship test platform. 8.940 - StormSystem Title: 7.000 Description: StormSystem will leverage existing capabilities to develop a suite of tools that disrupts the adversary cyber exploitation. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 94 Page 14 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

173 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 Advanced Innovative / 4 0400 PE 0604250D8Z / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 • Conduct initial system demonstration. • Analyze system performance. FY 2019 Plans: • Integrate tools into systems. • Begin building prototype infrastructure. • Continue to analyze system performance. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The FY 2019 budget increase is due to transition in efforts from creating modular obfuscation tools to integrating those tools into a deployable prototype system. The FY 2019 budget also includes infrastructure build and testing for housing the integrated system. 46.706 Strike-X 114.800 121.720 Title: Description: The Strike-X project leverages existing long-range strike capabilities and develops alternative Concepts of Employment (CONEMP) and Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) to deliver near-term innovative long-range strike capabilities to Combatant Commanders. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Complete detailed design and systems engineering activities in support of system architecture, hardware and software design, and platform integration. • Procure and receive test article hardware to support component-level and system-level testing and integration. • Complete fabrication of system-level demonstrator and initial prototype test articles to facilitate platform integration evaluations. • Complete test site development activities. • Initiate system-level live fire integration and validation engineering tests with demonstrator assets to confirm prototype design to be demonstrated in FY19. • Conduct sensor enhancement trade study and make down-select decision. • Order munition and sensor long lead material. • Conduct munition and sensor preliminary design and conduct system-level preliminary design review (PDR). • Conduct munition and sensor engineering development test (EDT) unit fabrication and assembly. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete test site development activities. • Complete system-level live fire integration and validation engineering tests with demonstrator assets to confirm prototype design. • Conduct and complete system-level prototype demonstration series and evaluate readiness for transition supporting rapid fielding or program of record. UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 95 Page 15 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

174 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 / PE 0604250D8Z Advanced Innovative Technologies Advanced Innovative / 0400 250 Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 • Conduct system-level munition-sensor design verification testing (DVT). • Conduct system-level critical design review (CDR) • Initiate munition and sensor demonstration unit fabrication and assembly. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease in budget from FY 2018 - FY 2019 for Strike-X is in accordance with original funding profile. 33.810 Third Eye Title: 25.162 35.400 Description: Third Eye is a data architecture that leverages existing and emerging sensors to provide real-time tracking and targeting. FY 2018 Plans: • Deploy limited operational capability. • Continue to update capability based on operator feedback. FY 2019 Plans: • Deploy time-critical targeting limited operational capability. • Transition prototype and enhanced capabilities. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2019 is the final year for Third Eye. The funding reduction is commensurate with the end of new development and transition of prototype capabilities and transition into service acquisition programs of record. Title: - 8.500 Vanguard 9.437 Description: SCO will provide a capability to detect movements across the battle field. Due to the classified nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. FY 2018 Plans: • Initiate sensor configuration design and analysis. • Develop comprehensive program management plan and integrated master schedule. • Examine scalability and component performance characterizations. • Examine sensor and targeting prototype capabilities. • Validate suitability of proposed design. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete prototype design. • Begin iterative test and design phase to achieve full-scale system design. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 96 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 16 of 26 R-1 Line #96

175 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604250D8Z Advanced Innovative Technologies / 0400 / 4 250 Advanced Innovative / Technologies B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 • Field test initial full-scale system. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The increase in budget is necessary to cover the costs of the components required to build-out the full-scale system. 0.000 - Title: Wildcat 103.306 Description: The Wildcat project will demonstrate the feasibility and operational utility of artillery. Due to the nature of this project, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification. FY 2019 Plans: • Complete projectile designs. • Initiate long lead purchases of projectile hardware. • Conduct initial testing. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The Wildcat project is a new start in FY 2019. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 850.762 1,482.532 1,431.702 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Performance metrics are specific to each of the SCO efforts funded under the Advanced Innovative Technologies Program Element. All of which include measures identified in the management approach, Statement of Work (SOW) and Period of Performance (POP). In addition, completions and successes are monitored against schedules and deliverables stated in the initiative's management approach. Due to the nature of these projects, specific applications and detailed plans are available at a higher classification level. UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 97 Page 17 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

176 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) PE 0604250D8Z / Advanced Innovative / 0400 250 / Advanced Innovative Technologies 4 Technologies FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) OCO FY 2018 Total Base FY 2017 Contract Target Value of Performing Total Prior Cost To Award Award Method Award Award Cost Cost Date Date Cost Cost Date Cost Years Complete Activity & Location Cost & Type Cost Category Item Contract Date MIPR May 2018 - 190.399 Jun 2017 148.629 Alternate Strike 12.628 Mar 2019 - 12.628 Continuing Continuing - Various : Various Nov 2018 MIPR - - 18.000 Mar 2018 38.700 Various : Various - 38.700 Continuing Continuing - AVATAR Breaker C/CPFF Various : Various - - 36.706 Oct 2017 33.549 Oct 2018 - 33.549 Continuing Continuing - Breaker- 2 C/FFP - - 19.439 Jan 2018 19.338 Nov 2018 - 19.338 Continuing Continuing - TBD : TBD MIPR 89.567 - 35.550 Jun 2017 69.600 Jun 2018 Contender May 2019 - 89.567 Continuing Continuing - Various : Various - MIPR 33.923 38.960 Jan 2017 26.970 Jan 2018 Various : Various - - Continuing Continuing - Enhanced Munitions Enhanced Munitions - 2 MIPR Various : Various - 3.000 Jan 2017 3.000 Jan 2018 - - - Continuing Continuing - May 2019 Ghost Fleet - - 168.920 Jun 2018 154.980 Various : Various - 154.980 Continuing Continuing - C/Various HGWS IA Various : Various - 6.934 Feb 2017 1.500 Mar 2018 - - - Continuing Continuing - - HGWS - SOSSEC Various : Various - 6.587 Jan 2017 MIPR - - - Continuing Continuing - - - Continuing Continuing - - HGWS - DOTC C/Various Various : Various - - 10.000 Feb 2018 HGWS -4 MIPR - 35.479 Feb 2017 8.000 Feb 2018 - - - Continuing Continuing - Various : Various MIPR - - 22.648 Feb 2017 - HGWS - 5 - - Continuing Continuing - Various : Various - HGWS - 6 - 45.397 Jan 2017 19.250 Feb 2018 Various : Various - - Continuing Continuing - MIPR HGWS - 7 MIPR Various : Various - 17.093 Mar 2017 - - - - Continuing Continuing - - HGWS - 8 - 18.531 Jan 2017 6.000 Nov 2017 Various : Various - - Continuing Continuing - MIPR HGWS - 9 MIPR Various : Various - 23.215 Apr 2017 7.400 Nov 2017 - - - Continuing Continuing - Various, TBD : Jun 2018 Hornets Nest Continuing - - 9.000 C/FFP 10.000 May 2019 - 10.000 Continuing - Various, TBD Various, TBD : 65.000 Continuing Continuing Jul 2018 LiTE Saber MIPR - 76.000 - - - Jun 2019 76.000 Various Various, TBD : MIPR - - 16.000 Mar 2018 14.000 MAVEN - 14.000 Continuing Continuing - Apr 2019 Various MIPR Various : Various - - 25.000 May 2018 30.000 Jan 2019 - 30.000 Continuing Continuing - Motley Crew Perdix Gen 7 FFRDC Various : Various - 1.600 Jun 2017 7.000 Apr 2018 11.000 May 2019 - 11.000 Continuing Continuing - 81.000 Sea Dragon Various Various : Various 45.990 Dec 2016 263.744 Jan 2018 65.000 Nov 2018 - 65.000 Continuing Continuing - - Sea Mob - 8.920 May 2017 3.760 Mar 2018 Various : Various - - Continuing Continuing - MIPR - MIPR Various : Various 19.985 9.200 Dec 2016 6.400 Jun 2018 - - - Continuing Continuing Sea Mob - 2 - Apr 2019 Continuing 24.385 - Sea Stalker MIPR Various : Various 25.341 12.140 Jun 2017 25.333 Jun 2018 24.385 Continuing UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 98 Page 18 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

177 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) 250 / 0400 / PE 0604250D8Z 4 / Advanced Innovative Technologies Advanced Innovative Technologies FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Base Contract Target Award Award Award Method Performing Award Cost To Total Prior Value of Cost Date Activity & Location Cost Category Item Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete & Type Cost Date Cost Contract May 2019 Serenity - - 18.000 Jun 2018 21.000 Various : Various - 21.000 Continuing Continuing - Various Various, TBD : Various - Continuing - - 7.000 Apr 2018 9.000 Mar 2019 - 9.000 Continuing Storm System Various - Continuing Strike-X Continuing MIPR Various : Various - 82.232 Nov 2016 57.170 Dec 2017 - - - Various, TBD : 12.000 Various - 26.571 Aug 2017 17.781 Feb 2018 Strike-X - 2 Dec 2018 - 12.000 Continuing Continuing - Various Various, TBD : MIPR Third Eye Continuing - 28.500 Jul 2016 20.320 May 2018 12.264 May 2019 - 12.264 Continuing - Various Various,TBD : Vanguard - C/Various - Continuing - 3.300 Jun 2018 5.910 Jan 2019 - 5.910 Continuing Various Subtotal N/A 160.249 658.946 1,088.222 639.321 - 639.321 Continuing Continuing FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Total Target Contract Value of Total Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Contract Date Cost Cost Date Cost & Type Date Cost Cost Date Complete Activity & Location May 2019 Alternate Strike 0.598 May 2017 3.348 Mar 2018 124.460 - - 124.460 Continuing Continuing - Various : Various Various MIPR Various : Various - - 7.000 Jan 2018 11.300 Feb 2019 - 11.300 Continuing Continuing - AVATAR Dec 2017 MIPR Various : Various - - 11.076 - 10.158 Dec 2018 - 10.158 Continuing Continuing Breaker May 2019 Ghost Fleet - - 12.360 Mar 2018 11.340 Various : Various - 11.340 Continuing Continuing - MIPR - Various Various : Various 453.278 39.684 Mar 2017 8.800 Jan 2018 - - - Continuing Continuing HGWS - Hornets Nest MIPR Various : Various - - 7.500 Apr 2017 8.403 Jan 2019 - 8.403 Continuing Continuing - - Continuing - Motley Crew MIPR Various : Various Continuing 1.500 1.500 Dec 2017 1.500 Jan 2019 - 12.603 Sea Dragon - 1.420 Dec 2016 3.260 Nov 2017 Various : Various Dec 2018 - 12.603 Continuing Continuing - Various Sea Stalker MIPR Various : Various - 1.200 Dec 2016 1.907 Jan 2018 1.835 Dec 2018 - 1.835 Continuing Continuing - 39.849 Strike-X MIPR Various : Various - 12.917 Dec 2016 13.510 Dec 2017 Dec 2018 - 13.510 Continuing Continuing - 1.950 Third Eye - 3.210 Apr 2017 3.480 May 2018 Various : Various Apr 2019 - 1.950 Continuing Continuing - MIPR Vanguard MIPR Various : Various - - 4.700 Dec 2017 2.890 Dec 2018 - 2.890 Continuing Continuing - Subtotal Continuing Continuing - N/A 453.278 59.029 104.780 199.949 199.949 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 99 R-1 Line #96 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 19 of 26

178 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) PE 0604250D8Z / Advanced Innovative / 0400 250 / Advanced Innovative Technologies 4 Technologies FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) OCO FY 2018 Total Base FY 2017 Contract Target Value of Performing Total Prior Cost To Award Award Award Method Award Date Cost Date Date Cost Cost Date Cost Years Complete Activity & Location Cost & Type Cost Category Item Contract Cost MIPR - 25.000 3.350 May 2017 - Advanced Navigation - - Continuing Continuing - Various : Various 19.848 MIPR - 7.033 Apr 2017 23.783 May 2018 Alternate Strike Dec 2018 - 19.848 Continuing Continuing - Various : Various C2IE Various Various : Various 43.122 31.880 Jul 2017 36.570 May 2018 24.366 Jun 2019 - 24.366 Continuing Continuing - Carnac MIPR - - - 22.066 Dec 2019 - 22.066 Continuing Continuing - Various : Various Jan 2019 Ghost Fleet - - 24.720 Dec 2017 22.680 Various : Various - 22.680 Continuing Continuing - Various HGWS MIPR Various : Various 75.000 5.568 Jan 2017 1.000 Jan 2018 - - - Continuing Continuing - - HGWS - 2 Various : Various - 24.935 Jun 2017 22.367 May 2018 16.016 Jan 2019 - 16.016 Continuing Continuing MIPR 74.500 Hoover Various : Various - - 46.000 Jun 2018 C/Various Mar 2019 - 74.500 Continuing Continuing - Continuing Continuing 20.000 - May 2019 - Hormets Nest MIPR Various : Various - - 7.500 Apr 2018 20.000 - Hurt Locker - 56.200 Feb 2018 63.573 Dec 2019 - 63.573 Continuing Continuing - Various : Various C/Various C/Various Various : Various - - - 43.607 Feb 2019 - 43.607 Continuing Continuing - Kingfisher - Various - 26.230 Jul 2017 Mald-X Various : Various - - Continuing Continuing - - Motley Crew MIPR Various : Various - - 5.500 Jan 2018 13.500 Apr 2019 - 13.500 Continuing Continuing - 112.644 Red Dawn Various : Various - - - MIPR Dec 2018 - 112.644 Continuing Continuing - - Sea Dragon Various Various : Various - 27.641 Dec 2016 53.790 Jun 2018 33.000 Dec 2018 - 33.000 Continuing Continuing - Continuing Continuing - - Sea Stalker Various Various : Various - 4.050 Dec 2016 - - - Strike-X - - 21.510 Mar 2019 - 21.510 Continuing Continuing - Various : Various MIPR MIPR 1.116 - 2.100 Mar 2017 11.600 Feb 2018 Third Eye Dec 2018 - 1.116 Continuing Continuing - Various : Various Vanguard MIPR TBD : Various - - 0.500 May 2018 0.700 Jan 2019 - 0.700 Continuing Continuing - MIPR Wildcat Various : Various - - - 103.306 Oct 2018 - 103.306 Continuing Continuing - Subtotal 143.122 289.530 592.432 - 132.787 Continuing Continuing N/A 592.432 Target Value of FY 2019 Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 OCO Total Base Complete FY 2018 Cost FY 2017 Years Contract Project Cost Totals N/A - Continuing Continuing 1,431.702 756.649 850.762 1,482.532 1,431.702 Remarks UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 100 Page 20 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

179 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 / PE 0604250D8Z 0400 Advanced Innovative Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 / Technologies FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 3 2 1 4 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 BREAKER Product Development Product Development C2IE Platform Integration Platform Integration C2IE Transition Management Transition Management Contender Product Development Product Development HGWS - Product Development Product Development Perdix Gen 7 - Product Development Product Development Sea Dragon - Product Development Product Devlopment Strike X - Product Development Product Devlopment Serenity - Product Development Product Development Alternative Strike - T & E Test & Evaluation AVATAR - T & E Test & Evaluation BREAKER - T & E Test & Evaluation UNCLASSIFIED Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z: Volume 3B - 101 R-1 Line #96 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 21 of 26

180 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 / PE 0604250D8Z 0400 Advanced Innovative Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 / Technologies FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 3 2 1 4 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 C2IE - T & E Test & Evaluation Contender - T & E Test & Evaluation Enhanced Munitions - T & E Test & Evaluation Ghost Fleet - T & E Test & Evaluation Hornet's Nest - T & E Test & Evaluation HGWS - T & E Test & Evaluation LiTE Saber - T & E Test & Evaluation MAVEN - T & E Test & Evaluation Motley Crew - T & E Test & Evaluation Sea Dragon - T & E Test & Evaluation Sea Mob - T & E Test & Evaluation Sea Stalker - T & E Test & Evaluation Storm System - T & E UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 102 R-1 Line #96 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 22 of 26

181 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 / PE 0604250D8Z 0400 Advanced Innovative Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 / Technologies FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 3 2 1 4 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Test & Evaluation Strike X - T & E Test & Evaluation Serenity - T & E Test & Evaluation Third Eye - T & E Test & Evaluation Vanguard - T & E Test & Evaluation UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 103 R-1 Line #96 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 23 of 26

182 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 Advanced Innovative Technologies PE 0604250D8Z / Advanced Innovative / 0400 250 Technologies Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year BREAKER Product Development Product Development 2020 1 2018 4 C2IE Platform Integration Platform Integration 2 2017 4 2018 C2IE Transition Management 4 2019 2018 4 Transition Management Contender Product Development 1 2017 4 2020 Product Development HGWS - Product Development Product Development 1 2017 4 2018 Perdix Gen 7 - Product Development Product Development 4 2017 4 2020 Sea Dragon - Product Development 1 Product Devlopment 2017 2017 4 Strike X - Product Development Product Devlopment 1 2017 4 2019 Serenity - Product Development 2017 Product Development 1 4 2020 Alternative Strike - T & E Test & Evaluation 1 2017 4 2020 AVATAR - T & E 2018 4 1 Test & Evaluation 2022 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 104 Page 24 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

183 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4A Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 4 PE 0604250D8Z / Advanced Innovative Advanced Innovative Technologies / 250 / Technologies Start End Events by Sub Project Year Quarter Year Quarter BREAKER - T & E 4 2017 3 2019 Test & Evaluation C2IE - T & E Test & Evaluation 4 2017 4 2018 Contender - T & E 2020 Test & Evaluation 1 2017 4 Enhanced Munitions - T & E 1 2018 3 2017 Test & Evaluation Ghost Fleet - T & E 1 2018 4 2020 Test & Evaluation Hornet's Nest - T & E Test & Evaluation 1 2018 2 2020 HGWS - T & E Test & Evaluation 1 2017 3 2019 LiTE Saber - T & E 2017 Test & Evaluation 3 2020 1 MAVEN - T & E Test & Evaluation 1 2018 3 2020 Motley Crew - T & E 1 Test & Evaluation 2018 3 2020 Sea Dragon - T & E Test & Evaluation 1 2017 4 2017 Sea Mob - T & E Test & Evaluation 2017 2018 1 4 Sea Stalker - T & E UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 105 Page 25 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

184 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 PE 0604250D8Z Advanced Innovative Technologies / Advanced Innovative / 0400 250 Technologies Start End Year Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter 2019 3 2017 Test & Evaluation 1 Storm System - T & E 2 Test & Evaluation 2017 3 2020 Strike X - T & E 2 2019 2017 3 Test & Evaluation Serenity - T & E 2 2017 3 2020 Test & Evaluation Third Eye - T & E Test & Evaluation 2 2017 3 2019 Vanguard - T & E 1 3 2018 Test & Evaluation 2020 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604250D8Z: Advanced Innovative Technologies Volume 3B - 106 Page 26 of 26 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #96

185 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 4: PE 0604294D8Z / Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 237.209 Continuing Continuing 241.626 239.994 228.272 233.142 0.000 0.000 83.626 233.142 - Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 36.831 36.382 0.000 0.000 41.524 35.607 - 41.773 41.007 41.773 645: Verification & Validation (V&V) Capabilities and Standards for Trust 203.612 192.665 191.369 Continuing Continuing 204.795 196.202 191.369 - 0.000 0.000 42.102 646: New Trust Approach Development Note Service Requirements Review Board (SRRB) efficiencies are included. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) implements, maintains, and updates the DoD’s long-term microelectronics strategy and places emphasis on incentivizing and proving new microelectronics technology solutions. FY 2019 funds in the amount of $2.000 million are being transferred from PE 0603826D8Z for the continuation of Joint Federated Assurance Center (JFAC) hardware and software assurance and integrity analysis activities planned across the Future Years Defense Program (FYDP). Recognizing that a trusted and assured supply of microelectronics is a U.S. Government (USG)-wide concern, this activity will interface with interagency partners to take into account interagency requirements, opportunities for collaboration, and strategic decisions that can be made to limit the overall cost of these requirements to the USG. Its goal is to eliminate the Department of Defense (DoD)’s reliance on sole source foundries for trusted state-of-the-art (SOTA) microelectronics. It supports activities to ensure critical and sensitive integrated circuits are available to meet the DoD’s needs. It refines strategies and management planning activities implementing three integrated, complementary solutions that: (1) protect the Intellectual Property (IP) of microelectronics components; (2) improve capabilities to evaluate and validate the trust and assurance of microelectronic parts and advance standards to incentive the commercial marketplace to recognize hardware assurance as a competitive design standard; and (3) develop and demonstrate alternative approaches to the DoD Trusted Foundry program to assure the microelectronics supply chain in order to enable broader DoD access to commercial SOTA microelectronics technology. This activity is being led by the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering. This activity is conducted, in coordination with the JFAC Steering Committee and the Science and Technology (S&T) Advisory Board, by performers, such as the JFAC service providers, Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA), the Defense Advanced Research Programs Agency (DARPA), and other DoD and Intelligence Community S&T organizations and laboratories in the area of hardware assurance (HwA) and software assurance (SwA). It is integrating with, and supporting, the functions of the DoD Trusted Foundry Program, the Trusted Supplier accreditation program, JFAC, and related HwA and SwA S&T actions. This activity is also expected to maintain and update the DoD long-term microelectronics strategy based on feedback from the execution of this PE and enable and leverage commercial and academic relationships as necessary to fulfill this mission. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 107 Page 1 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

186 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: / / BA 4: PE 0604294D8Z Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) FY 2019 Total FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Base FY 2017 FY 2018 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 81.712 0.000 83.626 81.712 - Previous President's Budget Current President's Budget 0.000 83.626 233.142 - 233.142 151.430 151.430 - Total Adjustments 0.000 0.000 - • Congressional General Reductions - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions • Congressional Rescissions - - - - • Congressional Adds • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - - - 2.000 2.000 • Realignment of funds • Other Program Adjustments - - -0.025 - -0.025 • Increase for Priority Requirements - 151.020 - 151.020 - -1.565 • Economic Assumption - - -1.565 - Change Summary Explanation FY 2019 funds in the amount of $2.000 million are being transferred from PE 0603826D8Z for the continuation of JFAC hardware and software assurance and integrity analysis activities planned across the FYDP. An additional $151.020 million was added to support the following: secure design environments; electronic data automation (EDA) tools; third-party IP and USG IP development; persistent expertise; prototype development; advanced foundry research and development (R&D) access; state-of-the-practice (SOTP) foundry access; process IP procurement and transition; tool development; enabling integrated circuit manufacturing; and assessment of supply security and protection. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 108 Page 2 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

187 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 0400 PE 0604294D8Z / Trusted and Assured Verification & Validation (V&V) / 645 / Microelectronics Capabilities and Standards for Trust Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2020 FY 2018 Cost Base OCO Total FY 2017 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete 36.831 36.382 35.607 Continuing Continuing - 41.773 41.524 41.007 0.000 0.000 41.773 Verification & Validation 645: (V&V) Capabilities and Standards for Trust - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This project improves microelectronics test and verification methodologies in support of verifying the trust and assurance of parts and develops standards and practices to foster commercial development of secure, trusted and assured parts. Verification and test technologies are required to provide direct program support for microelectronics assurance verification when DoD Trusted Foundry Program options are not available. Core technical laboratories and other HwA and SwA capabilities are chartered as a JFAC to provide this support. Out-year demands will require an increase in capacity, which will take the form of additional personnel and/ or equipment to permit scaling of microelectronics assessment capabilities. Challenges have been identified, to include the ability to analyze leading-edge technology nodes (<45 nanometers (nm)), throughput/time required for analysis, ability to analyze third-party IP contained in microelectronic components, and analysis of non- application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) components that are increasingly being used for agility, e.g., Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). This project addresses these gaps in current technical capabilities, in coordination with the JFAC, which prioritizes this investment as required to meet the realized and projected out- year demand for JFAC services. Three capability areas core to microelectronics analysis and verification will be improved: • Physical verification, i.e., destructive analysis of integrated circuits and printed circuit boards • Functional analysis, i.e., non-destructive screening/verification of select, critical parts • Design verification, i.e., verification/assurance of designs, IP, netlists, bitstreams, firmware, etc. These improvements address two primary attributes: (1) technical capability including laboratory equipment, IP, analysis tools, such as imaging software, and highly skilled tradecraft, and (2) the capacity to perform microelectronics assessments. This project develops and matures assurance mitigations, evaluates the effectiveness of protections of IP in support of integrity, and develops and validates obfuscation and disaggregation technologies. The project will address physical validation tool and capability development, design software validation tool development, counterfeit detection and imaging techniques, and system vulnerability assessments and testbeds. This project also develops standards and practices in support of assured designs and supply chains and formal relationships with industry to foster commercial development of secure, trusted, and assured parts and for acquisition of USG access to proprietary designs, software, development, and quality assurance processes and test procedures to develop practices that minimize security flaws in designs and facilitate verification. Two capability areas that are core to improved commercial designs will be improved, i.e., assured designs and supply chains. This project enables JFAC to provide hardware and software assurance and integrity analysis tools, services, best-practices, contract language, and other help to programs that detect, assess, prioritize, and mitigate mission critical vulnerabilities to malicious hardware and software attacks and supply chain exploitation UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 109 R-1 Line #97 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 16

188 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 0400 / 645 Verification & Validation (V&V) PE 0604294D8Z / Trusted and Assured / Microelectronics Capabilities and Standards for Trust vulnerabilities. Additionally, the JFAC will provide capabilities for programs to keep assessment findings throughout the life cycle of their systems for data mining (e.g., documentation on rationale for previous mitigation decisions regarding software, hardware, and firmware.) The collaboration between the JFAC and program offices will help mitigate existing and emerging critical threats and vulnerabilities in both software and hardware and yield secure architecture and design patterns available to all DoD programs. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 - 41.773 41.524 Title: Verification & Validation (V&V) Capabilities and Standards for Trust The JFAC will: (1) improve its microelectronics test and verification methodologies in support of verifying trust and Description: assurance of parts and (2) develop standards/practices to foster commercial development of secure, trusted and assured parts. FY 2018 Plans: Verification and test technologies activities will include: • Improvements to the core JFAC’s (1) technical capability, through the procurement of laboratory equipment, IP, analysis tools, such as imaging software, and highly skilled tradecraft, and (2) capacity to perform microelectronics assessments. FY 2018 and out-year demands will require an increase in capacity supporting weapon system program engagement, which will take the form of additional personnel and/or equipment to permit scaling of assessment capabilities. • Enhancement of automation and standard processes needed to increase the throughput of information produced by individual JFAC laboratory tools as well as to facilitate information sharing across the families of tools used for analysis and testing. • Development of common subject matter expert (SME) training and protocols based on the existing tool base, to include both commercial and USG-developed tools. • Funding for additional SME support in each core laboratory in support of the microelectronics trust verification and other JFAC- related work. • Increased direct program support focused on addressing technical gaps and trust-related findings. Standards and practices activities will include: • Development of standards and best practices, and relationships with industry, to foster commercial development of secure, trusted and assured parts. • Establishment of formal relationships with FPGA vendors and other key commercial suppliers to improve device and IP security. • Acquisition of government access to proprietary designs, software, development, and quality assurance processes and test procedures to develop design practices that minimize security flaws and facilitate verification. • Establishment of government and industry working groups to develop test procedures to validate the trust of designs. • Documentation and promulgation of security-enhancing design practices across government, industry, and academia. • Development of industry-wide standards and practices to establish a common understanding of what constitutes verified and trusted hardware/software/firmware at both the component and systems level. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 110 Page 4 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

189 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604294D8Z Verification & Validation (V&V) / 0400 / 4 645 Trusted and Assured / Microelectronics Capabilities and Standards for Trust B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 • Maintain infrastructure services and staff for the JFAC Coordination Center (CC), enabling the centralized assurance repository, assurance contract language, metrics, the JFAC Ticketing System for SwA tool license distribution, help-desk, and hard problem analysis. • Incorporate S&T, DARPA/ Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), Test & Evaluation (T&E), and Defense Acquisition University (DAU) products into the JFAC website. FY 2019 Plans: Continuation of FY 2018 verification and test technologies activities including: • Improvements to the core JFAC’s (1) technical capability, through the procurement of laboratory equipment, IP, analysis tools, such as imaging software, and highly skilled tradecraft, and (2) capacity to perform microelectronics assessments. FY 2019 and out-year demands will require an increase in capacity supporting weapon system program engagement, which will take the form of additional personnel and/or equipment to permit scaling of assessment capabilities. • Enhancement of automation and standard processes needed to increase the throughput of information produced by individual JFAC laboratory tools as well as to facilitate information sharing across the families of tools used for analysis and testing. • Development of common SME training and protocols based on the existing tool base, to include both commercial and USG- developed tools. • Funding for additional SME support in each core laboratory in support of the microelectronics trust verification and other JFAC- related work. • Increased direct program support focused on addressing technical gaps and assurance-related findings. • Continue to maintain infrastructure services and staff for the JFAC CC, enabling the centralized assurance repository, assurance contract language, metrics, the JFAC Ticketing System for SwA tool license distribution, help-desk, and hard problem analysis. • Incorporate S&T, DARPA/IARPA, T&E, and DAU products into the JFAC website. Continuation of FY 2018 standards and practices activities including: • Development of standards and best practices, and relationships with industry, to foster commercial development of secure, trusted and assured parts. • Establishment of formal relationships with FPGA vendors and other key commercial suppliers to improve device and IP security. • Acquisition of USG access to proprietary designs, software, development, and quality assurance processes and test procedures to develop design practices that minimize security flaws and facilitate verification. • Establishment of USG and industry working groups to develop test procedures to validate the assurance of designs. • Documentation and promulgation of security-enhancing design practices across the USG, industry, and academia. • Development of industry-wide standards and practices to establish a common understanding of what constitutes assured hardware, software, and firmware at both the component and system level. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 111 Page 5 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

190 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 645 / 4 Verification & Validation (V&V) PE 0604294D8Z / Trusted and Assured 0400 Microelectronics Capabilities and Standards for Trust B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 • Development of a common lexicon for secure hardware, software, and firmware in collaboration with the Committee for National Security Systems, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the broader USG, industry, and academia. • Definition of supply chain controls for assured chain of custody for critical and other microelectronics devices and IP. • Development of security training and education of USG and industry system security engineers and material managers on supply chain and life-cycle management best practices using agreed-upon language, standards, and practices. • Alignment of DoD Instruction 5200.44 (Protection of Mission Critical Functions to Achieve Trusted Systems and Networks (TSN)), and other related policies and guidance, with other USG, e.g., NIST 800-161 (Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems and Organizations), and industry standards identifying and addressing gaps in definition and criteria and establishing accepted levels of supplier and part assurance. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Funds transferred from PE 0603826D8Z in FY 2019 to correctly align funding in support of the mission. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 41.773 41.524 - C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks N/A D. Acquisition Strategy NA E. Performance Metrics Performance for this project is monitored in the following ways: • Increases in throughput in current JFAC laboratories, and stand-up of additional capability and capacity as required, so that at least two laboratories will have capability in physical verification, functional analysis, and design verification to increase the DoD’s overall microelectronics trust verification and test capacity for analysis of parts. • Increased Probability of Detection of malicious insertion and/or counterfeit parts. • Decreased cost to evaluate components. • Decreased time to evaluate components. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 112 Page 6 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

191 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Trusted and Assured Verification & Validation (V&V) / 4 PE 0604294D8Z / 0400 / 645 Capabilities and Standards for Trust Microelectronics FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base Contract Target Method Value of Prior Award Award Performing Award Award Cost To Total Cost Category Item Activity & Location Date & Type Years Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Complete Date Cost Cost Contract Various (Air Force, V&V Capabilities and - Continuing - 41.773 Mar 2019 MIPR Continuing Army, Navy, NSA) : 41.773 - - 41.524 Mar 2018 Standards for Trust Various Subtotal - - 41.524 41.773 N/A - Continuing Continuing 41.773 Remarks N/A Target Cost To FY 2019 Value of FY 2019 Prior FY 2019 Total FY 2018 Base Years OCO Total Complete Cost FY 2017 Contract Project Cost Totals N/A - Continuing Continuing 41.773 - - 41.524 41.773 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 113 Page 7 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

192 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Trusted and Assured PE 0604294D8Z / 0400 Verification & Validation (V&V) / 645 / Microelectronics Capabilities and Standards for Trust FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 2 1 4 3 4 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 V&V Capabilities and Standards for Trust Joint Federated Assurance Center (JFAC) Hardware Assurance (HwA) Technical Working Group Support JFAC HwA capability gap analysis JFAC Subject Matter Expert (SME) training JFAC technical capability improvements JFAC assessments JFAC direct program support Microelectronics assurance and supply chain standards and best practices development U.S. Government and industry engagement Intellectual Property (IP) access/acquisition Microelectronics assurance and supply chain training for U.S. Government and industry Microelectronics assurance and supply chain policy and guidance development/update Management/Technical Support UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 114 R-1 Line #97 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 8 of 16

193 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 Verification & Validation (V&V) PE 0604294D8Z / Trusted and Assured / 0400 645 Microelectronics Capabilities and Standards for Trust Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year V&V Capabilities and Standards for Trust Joint Federated Assurance Center (JFAC) Hardware Assurance (HwA) Technical 4 1 2018 2023 Working Group Support 2023 JFAC HwA capability gap analysis 1 2018 4 4 2023 2018 1 JFAC Subject Matter Expert (SME) training 2018 4 2023 1 JFAC technical capability improvements 4 1 2018 2023 JFAC assessments JFAC direct program support 1 2018 4 2023 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain standards and best practices 2023 2018 1 4 development U.S. Government and industry engagement 2023 4 2018 1 Intellectual Property (IP) access/acquisition 1 2018 4 2023 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain training for U.S. Government and 1 2023 2018 4 industry 2023 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain policy and guidance development/update 1 2018 4 2023 Management/Technical Support 4 1 2018 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 115 Page 9 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

194 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 New Trust Approach Development PE 0604294D8Z / Trusted and Assured 0400 / 646 / Microelectronics FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 204.795 203.612 192.665 - Continuing 196.202 191.369 191.369 0.000 0.000 42.102 646: New Trust Approach Development - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This project funds a program of research to develop the next generation, technology-driven approach to microelectronics trust and assurance, to include state-of-the- art (SOTA) microelectronics, to ensure continued access to SOTA microelectronic technologies while maintaining the required level of assurance in all environments. DoD’s ability to access commercial technology for its custom, secure, trusted and assured needs is diminishing as SOTA suppliers become fewer and more focused on serving the global commercial market. DoD’s technology needs are broad, and relying on a single source supplier is not feasible. Alternative, advanced manufacturing methods, technologies, and design tools are needed to produce secure, trusted and assured SOTA parts from commercial sources and to preserve access to these advanced nodes while protecting DoD and Defense Industrial Base IP from exploitation. It is also intended to dramatically improve the capabilities of the JFAC with regard to verification and validation of SOTA microelectronics assurance. This program of research will develop innovative design, manufacturing, imaging, tagging, and control and assessment approaches for protecting DoD’s microelectronics supply chain and IP, including alternatives for trusted and assured strategic radiation-hardened electronics in advanced technology nodes for next-generation strategic systems, obfuscation and disaggregation technology development, and other assurance mitigations. It will develop advanced imaging technologies and forensics, Design for Assurance techniques, active hardware assurance controls, electronic component markers, and a data and analysis capability to enable auditing and independent verification and validation of commercial designs. It also develops, demonstrates, and implements concepts for the cost-effective production of custom microelectronics in low volumes and protection of sensitive IP from exploitation. Assurance technologies that can be applied in a broad range of trusted and commercial environments can mitigate the risk associated with sole-source suppliers and increase the Government’s ability to leverage commercial capabilities. The suite of developed technologies, e.g., alternative manufacturing methods and design tools, will enable DoD to obfuscate the purpose of sensitive devices, verify their origin and function, and protect sensitive IP from exploitation even while using the global supply chain for most hardware. In cases where the risk involved precludes that level of commercial collaboration, low-volume manufacturing technologies developed under this project would permit DoD to more cheaply produce low volumes of sensitive microelectronics in trusted environments. The project would also support using a repository of vetted third-party IP and EDA tools to expedite circuit design and transition promising technologies to use. This project has received additional funding starting in FY 2019 to support microelectronics innovation efforts in the following focus areas: capture and secure microelectronics R&D; new microelectronics development, demonstration, and capability insertion; radiation hardening by process (RHBP) and radiation hardening by design (RHBD); and radio frequency (RF) and opto-electronics. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 191.369 Title: 42.102 - New Trust Approach Development UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 116 R-1 Line #97 Page 10 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

195 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) New Trust Approach Development / Trusted and Assured / 4 646 PE 0604294D8Z / 0400 Microelectronics B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 This project’s activities will mature and evaluate assurance technologies and techniques through efforts that may Description: include the conduct of studies and Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs) and other efforts to coordinate research programs across USG R&D organizations, academia, and industry. In addition, the JFAC will initiate the conduct of identified acquisition program pilots and technology demonstrations in coordination with research programs across government R&D organizations, academia and industry. FY 2018 Plans: This project will initiate and support at least one R&D activity in each of the following technical focus areas: • Design-For-Trust techniques • IP protection • Low-volume SOTA manufacturing • Electronic component markers • Imaging technologies and forensics • Computing infrastructure and processing methods. Primary efforts will include reducing-to-practice technologies enabling trusted (1) design, (2) access, (3) component integrity and (4) IP protection. FY 2018 primary activities include development of these technologies, followed by transition of these capabilities to new programs in the following fiscal years under PE 0605294D8Z. This project will engage early on with potential stakeholders to identify potential transition issues and aid in transition through joint collaboration between research teams and stakeholders with a focus on evaluations of prototypes, test articles, and beta versions of tools, IP, techniques, methods, etc. and their use in operationally-realistic scenarios. FY 2019 Plans: This project will use the augmented funding in FY19 to initiate and support R&D activities in each of the following technical focus areas: • Capture and secure microelectronics R&D, including support and enhanced manufacturing at SOTP foundries. • New microelectronics development, demonstration, and capability insertion including supporting public/private co-development of new COTS programmable devices that address USG needs during their development by industry when it is the most cost-effective to do so. • RHBP and RHBD including supporting secure design of RHBD IP in all major domestic foundries and fabrication of SOTA test articles for evaluation and qualification. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 117 Page 11 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

196 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604294D8Z New Trust Approach Development 646 0400 / 4 Trusted and Assured / / Microelectronics B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 • RF and opto-electronics including supporting secure design of IP and access to SOTP government and commercial facilities for RF and optical devices. Primary efforts will include reducing-to-practice technologies enabling assured (1) design, (2) access, (3) component integrity and (4) IP protection. This project will engage early on with potential stakeholders to identify potential transition issues and aid in transition through joint collaboration between research teams and stakeholders with a focus on evaluations of prototypes, test articles and beta versions of tools, IP, techniques, methods, etc. and their use in operationally-realistic scenarios. Primary activities in FY 2019 will continue the development of these technologies, followed by transition of these capabilities to new programs in the fiscal years that follow under PE 0605294D8Z. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2019 increase supports additional efforts in this USG priority area. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 191.369 42.102 - C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks N/A D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Performance for this project is monitored in the following ways: • Enhanced capability in physical verification, functional analysis, and design verification. • Increased Probability of Detection of malicious insertion and/or counterfeit parts. • Expanded access to leading SOTA technology and enhanced availability of essential SOTP design and fabrication capabilities. • Successful transition demonstrations from commercial technology to modernized military applications, e.g., such as strategic radiation-hardened and RF-optical microelectronics. • Effectiveness of developed technologies, as measured by: UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 118 Page 12 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

197 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604294D8Z Trusted and Assured New Trust Approach Development / 0400 / 4 646 / Microelectronics - The speed and reliability of new validation and verification techniques in identifying known microelectronics issues (e.g., tampering) in laboratory and non-laboratory situations. - Successful demonstration of advanced, alternative manufacturing techniques, such as disaggregated manufacturing. - Resilience of microelectronics protected by new trust approach technologies in red teaming exercises. • Adoption of next-generation commercial technologies, as measured by: - The number of DoD and other USG programs employing assured access to SOTP and SOTA technologies, design approaches, and best practices developed in cooperation with commercial partners. - The volume and criticality of components employing these technologies, design approaches, or best practices. - Promulgation in DoD guidance and program protection plans. • Commercial partnerships established for, or enhanced by, the development and manufacture of DoD microelectronics using next-generation assurance technologies. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 119 R-1 Line #97 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 13 of 16

198 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) New Trust Approach Development / 0400 / 646 4 PE 0604294D8Z / Trusted and Assured Microelectronics FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Total OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Target Contract Method Value of Prior Award Award Performing Award Award Cost To Total Cost Category Item Activity & Location Date & Type Years Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Complete Date Cost Cost Contract Various (DARPA, Air New Trust Approach Mar 2019 Continuing - - 191.369 MIPR Continuing Force, Army, Navy, 191.369 - - 42.102 Mar 2018 Development NSA) : Various Subtotal Continuing 191.369 - - 42.102 191.369 - N/A Continuing Target Value of Prior FY 2019 Total FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2018 Cost Contract Base OCO Years Total FY 2017 Complete Project Cost Totals - Continuing Continuing 191.369 N/A - - 42.102 191.369 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 120 Page 14 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

199 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 / PE 0604294D8Z 0400 Trusted and Assured New Trust Approach Development / 646 / Microelectronics FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 3 2 1 4 4 4 1 2 3 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 New Trust Approach Development Third Party Intellectual Property (IP) and EDA tool repository development JFAC technical capability improvement development Microelectronics assurance and supply chain technology maturation Government and industry engagement Microelectronics assurance and supply chain policy and guidance development/update Management/Technical Support UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 121 R-1 Line #97 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 15 of 16

200 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / New Trust Approach Development 4 PE 0604294D8Z / Trusted and Assured / 0400 646 Microelectronics Schedule Details End Start Year Quarter Events by Sub Project Year Quarter New Trust Approach Development 2023 Third Party Intellectual Property (IP) and EDA tool repository development 1 2018 4 2023 JFAC technical capability improvement development 1 2018 4 1 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain technology maturation 2018 2023 4 2023 Government and industry engagement 1 2018 4 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain policy and guidance development/update 1 2018 4 2023 2018 4 1 Management/Technical Support 2023 UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0604294D8Z: Volume 3B - 122 Page 16 of 16 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #97

201 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide PE 0604331D8Z / Rapid Prototyping Program BA 4: 0400: Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Cost To COST ($ in Millions) Years OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2018 FY 2023 Complete Base Cost 101.246 0.000 100.000 99.333 0.000 99.333 100.000 103.277 105.298 107.338 Continuing Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 100.000 99.333 0.000 99.333 101.246 103.277 105.298 107.338 Rapid Prototyping Program 638: 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 100.000 100.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 639: Rapid Prototyping Program - Congressional Add Note The Rapid Prototyping Program is a new effort in FY 2018. To accelerate delivery to the warfighter, Congress provided additional funding in FY 2017 above the President’s Budget Request, as indicated in project code 639. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Rapid Prototyping Program (RPP) develops prototypes that deliver needed capabilities, reduce technical and integration risk, and produce warfighter feedback leading to improved requirements and technology upgrades for programs of record. RPP project selection is guided by the priorities of the Department of Defense, the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, the Chairman’s Gap Assessment, and Service-identified gaps and needs. RPP rapidly develops and fields cross-cutting prototype capabilities that can be demonstrated in an operational environment to inform Department of Defense and Service leadership. FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 100.000 100.000 0.000 100.000 0.000 100.000 100.000 99.333 0.000 99.333 Current President's Budget -0.667 0.000 Total Adjustments -0.667 0.000 100.000 - - • Congressional General Reductions • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - 100.000 • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - - -0.667 -0.667 - • Economic Assumption - Change Summary Explanation To accelerate delivery of Rapid Prototyping Program capabilities, Congress provided additional funding in FY 2017 above the President’s Budget Request. UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 123 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 25 R-1 Line #98

202 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z / Rapid Prototyping 0400 / 638 / Program FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 107.338 103.277 101.246 105.298 Continuing 99.333 0.000 0.000 0.000 100.000 99.333 Rapid Prototyping Program 638: - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program develops prototypes to deliver capabilities, reduce risk, and inform requirements. RPP facilitates and accelerates joint, cross-cutting prototyping efforts for the Services and Defense Agencies. Funding in this project includes focus areas that enable the new Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (USD(R&E)) to anticipate and respond to emergent Service and Agency issues and time-sensitive threats by selecting projects within the year of execution. RPP focus areas include artificial intelligence; autonomy; directed energy; electronic warfare; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and counter-ISR; force projection; and countering dynamic threats. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 7.000 0.000 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technologies Focus Area Title: 7.000 This focus area leverages joint prototyping capabilities and key AI technologies to enable increased situational Description: awareness and faster reaction time. Prototype technologies will advance capabilities such as cognitive performance, object discrimination, and interactive task learning. Specific activities include algorithm development, machine learning transfer, and cognitive architecture and modeling. These prototype capabilities will reduce technical and integration risk and provide joint cross- cutting value to the warfighter. A cross functional team, led by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, will review and select prototyping proposals from across the Department of Defense in the year of execution. FY 2018 Plans: Selected RPP prototype projects are anticipated to start in FY 2018. RPP will support one to two AI technology prototyping projects in FY 2018. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. The projects will provide new capabilities, reduce risk, and inform future requirements. FY 2019 Plans: RPP anticipates supporting one to two AI projects in FY 2019. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. Autonomy Technologies Focus Area 7.000 7.000 0.000 Title: Description: This focus area explores advances in autonomy technology to develop prototypes that enable more effective man-machine teaming and collaboration; use of autonomous systems in complex urban environments; and low-cost, scalable autonomous assets to defeat threats. Prototype technologies will advance capabilities such as scalable autonomous behavior, collaborative actions between autonomous systems, human-above the loop control, and hardware for next-generation UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 124 R-1 Line #98 Page 2 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

203 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Rapid Prototyping Program / 638 Rapid Prototyping / 4 0400 PE 0604331D8Z / Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 autonomous systems. Specific activities include autonomy algorithm development, modeling and design, and experimentation and evaluation of autonomy systems. These prototype capabilities will reduce technical and integration risk and provide joint cross-cutting value to the warfighter. A cross functional team, led by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, will review and select prototyping proposals from across the Department of Defense in the year of execution. FY 2018 Plans: Selected RPP prototype projects are anticipated to start in FY 2018. RPP will support one to two autonomy prototype projects in FY 2018. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. The projects will provide new capabilities, reduce risk, and inform future requirements. FY 2019 Plans: RPP anticipates supporting one to two autonomy projects in FY 2019. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. 0.000 21.000 20.400 Title: Directed Energy (DE) Technologies Focus Area This focus area matures key technologies through rapid prototyping to develop DE capabilities while informing Description: concept-of-operations (CONOPS) for operational use. DE weapons provide the warfighter with scalable, targeted, and precision engagement while minimizing collateral damage. This focus area will prototype advanced technologies required to enable the broad employment of DE technologies across the joint force. Example technologies include compact, efficient energy generation, energy storage, and thermal management technologies; high efficiency laser diodes; advanced manufacturing and fabrication techniques; and, robust beam control technologies. Specific activities include effects testing to quantify target susceptibility to DE; development, testing, and optimization of DE subsystems; and, integration of weapon prototypes. These prototyping activities will enable faster transition of DE technologies to the warfighter by reducing technical risk, informing joint force CONOPS, and demonstrating the capability DE provides to the warfighter. A cross functional team, led by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, will review and select prototyping proposals from across the Department of Defense in the year of execution. FY 2018 Plans: Selected RPP prototype projects are anticipated to start in FY 2018. RPP will support one to two DE prototype projects in FY 2018. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. The projects will provide new capabilities, reduce risk, and inform future requirements. FY 2019 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 125 Page 3 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

204 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 / PE 0604331D8Z Rapid Prototyping Program Rapid Prototyping / 0400 638 Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 RPP anticipates supporting one to two DE projects in FY 2019. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2018 and FY 2019 are funded for a similar level of effort in this focus area. Minor changes are due to small internal baseline adjustments. 0.000 Electronic Warfare (EW) Technologies Focus Area Title: 18.993 19.000 Description: This focus area develops new concepts and key technologies to improve the ability to detect, locate, and classify electronic threats; deter electronic attacks targeting military operations; defeat electronic attacks using kinetic and non-kinetic methods; and, create electromagnetic interference effects on enemy systems. Prototype technologies will advance capabilities like air and ground electronic support (ES) and electronic attack (EA), tactical EW systems, and EW mission command systems. Specific activities include development and testing of electronic protection systems, distributed and coordinated ES/EA systems, broadband radio frequency components and systems, and EW analysis support systems. These prototype capabilities will reduce technical and integration risk and provide joint cross-cutting value to the warfighter. A cross functional team, led by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, will review and select prototyping proposals from across the Department of Defense in the year of execution. FY 2018 Plans: Selected RPP prototype projects are anticipated to start in FY 2018. RPP will support one to two EW prototype projects in FY 2018. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. The projects will provide new capabilities, reduce risk, and inform future requirements. FY 2019 Plans: RPP anticipates supporting one to two EW projects in FY 2019. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2018 and FY 2019 are funded for a similar level of effort in this focus area. Minor changes are due to small internal baseline adjustments. 16.940 0.000 17.000 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Counter-ISR Technologies Focus Area Title: Description: This focus area explores joint prototypes and concept-of-operations for long range ISR capabilities while deterring the adversary’s ISR capabilities. Developed prototypes will improve situational awareness; indications and warnings; threat detection; and, inform tactical and strategic decisions. Counter-ISR capabilities will prevent or disrupt the adversary’s ability to detect, track, localize, and engage our forces. Specific activities include design and development of interoperable ISR UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 126 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 25 R-1 Line #98

205 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Rapid Prototyping Program / 638 Rapid Prototyping / 4 0400 PE 0604331D8Z / Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 system architectures; vulnerability analysis and exploitation; advanced sensors; anti-jam antenna systems; materials with novel electromagnetic properties; on-board processing; fusion of intelligence data; and, platform integration testing. These prototype capabilities will reduce technical and integration risk and provide joint cross-cutting value to the warfighter. A cross functional team, led by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, will review and select prototyping proposals from across the Department of Defense in the year of execution. FY 2018 Plans: Selected RPP prototype projects are anticipated to start in FY 2018. RPP will support one to two ISR and counter-ISR prototype projects in FY 2018. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. The projects will provide new capabilities, reduce risk, and inform future requirements. FY 2019 Plans: RPP anticipates supporting one to two ISR and counter-ISR projects in FY 2019. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2018 and FY 2019 are funded for a similar level of effort in this focus area. Minor changes are due to small internal baseline adjustments. Title: Force Projection Technologies Focus Area 15.000 15.000 0.000 Description: This focus area matures joint prototypes to maintain U.S. dominance in the air, space, and ground domains; rapidly and precisely defeat foreign threats; and maintain a decisive conventional force. Prototype technologies will advance capabilities in long range weapons; kinetic and non-kinetic precision weapons; novel delivery systems and weapon effects; and, countermeasure mitigation. Specific activities include weapon development, effects testing, CONOPS experimentation, and scalable lethality based on target characterization. These prototype capabilities will reduce technical and integration risk and provide joint cross-cutting value to the warfighter. A cross functional team, led by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, will review and select prototyping proposals from across the Department of Defense in the year of execution. FY 2018 Plans: Selected RPP prototype projects are anticipated to start in FY 2018. RPP will support one to two weapon prototype projects in FY 2018. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. The projects will provide new capabilities, reduce risk, and inform future requirements. FY 2019 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 127 Page 5 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

206 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 PE 0604331D8Z Rapid Prototyping Program / Rapid Prototyping / 0400 638 Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 RPP anticipates supporting one to two weapon projects in FY 2019. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. Title: 14.000 14.000 0.000 Prototyping for Countering Dynamic Threats Technologies Focus Area Description: This focus area enables experimentation and red teaming to evaluate emerging capabilities against dynamic threats. Projects enable the warfighter to identify technical and operational deficiencies; rapidly identify and characterize new threats; explore emerging and novel attack capabilities; and, improve warfighter readiness. Prototypes explore advanced capabilities to conduct dynamic attacks on military operations with artificial intelligence, autonomy, directed energy, electronic warfare, and kinetic systems. Specific activities include evaluating advanced attack or penetration systems; developing and replicating adversary techniques and procedures; using effective simulation and modeling; and, identifying mitigation strategies. These prototype capabilities will reduce technical and integration risk and provide joint cross-cutting value to the warfighter. A cross functional team, led by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, will review and select prototyping proposals from across the Department of Defense in the year of execution. FY 2018 Plans: Selected RPP prototype projects are anticipated to start in FY 2018. RPP will support one to two dynamic threat prototype projects in FY 2018. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. The projects will provide new capabilities, reduce risk, and inform future requirements. FY 2019 Plans: RPP anticipates supporting one to two dynamic threat projects in FY 2019. Deliverables will include developmental and fieldable prototypes demonstrated in an operational environment with warfighter participation. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 99.333 0.000 100.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks N/A D. Acquisition Strategy N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 128 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 6 of 25 R-1 Line #98

207 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Rapid Prototyping Rapid Prototyping Program / 0400 / 4 638 PE 0604331D8Z Program E. Performance Metrics RPP performance metrics are specific to each effort and include measures identified in the specific project plans. In addition, project completions and successes are monitored against schedules and deliverables stated in the execution documents. The ultimate measure of success is adoption and transition of RPP capabilities by the Services and supporting entities. UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 129 R-1 Line #98 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 7 of 25

208 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 638 0400 / 4 Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z / Rapid Prototyping / Program FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 Base FY 2017 OCO Total Contract Target Value of Total Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Cost Date Cost Complete Date Cost & Type Date Cost Contract Date Cost Activity & Location 99.333 Continuing MULTI : MULTI 0.000 - 100.000 MIPR - 99.333 Continuing VARIOUS - Subtotal 0.000 - 100.000 99.333 - 99.333 Continuing Continuing N/A Target Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total Years Base Contract OCO Cost Total FY 2017 Complete FY 2018 Project Cost Totals - Continuing 99.333 N/A 0.000 - 100.000 99.333 Continuing Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 130 R-1 Line #98 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 8 of 25

209 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 / PE 0604331D8Z 0400 Rapid Prototyping Rapid Prototyping Program / 638 / Program FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 3 2 1 4 2 4 1 2 3 4 1 3 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Prototype Proposal Selection Proposal Submissions - January 11, 2018 Proposal Evaluations - January 15 - March 15, 2018 Proposal Selections - April 2, 2018 Brief to Congress - April 9, 2018 Project Start (20 days after Brief to Congress) - April 29, 2018 Prototype Project Development System Development, Integration, Testing - May 2018 - June 2019 Prototype Project Field Test Prototype Demonstration - July 2019 - August 2019 UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 131 R-1 Line #98 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 9 of 25

210 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 / PE 0604331D8Z Rapid Prototyping Program Rapid Prototyping / 0400 638 Program Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Prototype Proposal Selection 2018 Proposal Submissions - January 11, 2018 2 2018 2 2018 2 2018 2 Proposal Evaluations - January 15 - March 15, 2018 2018 Proposal Selections - April 2, 2018 3 2018 3 2018 3 Brief to Congress - April 9, 2018 3 2018 3 2018 3 2018 Project Start (20 days after Brief to Congress) - April 29, 2018 Prototype Project Development System Development, Integration, Testing - May 2018 - June 2019 3 2018 3 2019 Prototype Project Field Test 4 2019 2019 Prototype Demonstration - July 2019 - August 2019 4 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 132 Page 10 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

211 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Rapid Prototyping PE 0604331D8Z / / 0400 639 / Rapid Prototyping Program - 4 Program Congressional Add FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 100.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 100.000 0.000 Rapid Prototyping Program 639: - Congressional Add - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification To accelerate delivery of Rapid Prototyping Program (RPP) capabilities, Congress provided additional funding in FY 2017 above the President’s Budget Request. In FY 2017, RPP funded eight Service and Defense Agency selected projects under project 639. Focus areas for future RPP projects are included in project 638. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Electronic Warfare (EW) - 22.601 Title: This is a twelve month project that developed and demonstrated prototypes to address emerging Service challenges Description: resulting from the increasingly congested and contested electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) battlespace. The EW project prototyped seven coordinated capabilities to expand the Army toolset, extend EW capabilities to lower echelons of troops, and address priority operational needs. These capabilities include enhanced mobility for terrestrial signals intelligence (SIGINT), aerial and ground tactical EW systems, radio frequency interference mitigation, EW common visualization and planning tools, improved direction finding, and distributed dismounted EW systems. Each of these technologies were tested in individual and integrated technical assessments with warfighter participation. The prototypes leveraged partners from Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, and industry. Using FY 2017 funding, the capabilities individually transitioned to several programs of record in FY 2018 including Prophet; Terrestrial Layer Support (TLS) to Multi-Domain Battle/Joint Combined Arms Maneuver; Multi-Function Electronic Warfare Air-Large; and, EW Planning and Management Tool. 12.523 Title: - - Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) This twelve month project integrated commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technologies to provide PNT assurance by Description: using emerging technologies for operations in a global positioning system (GPS) challenged environment. Current Army systems lack a common, integrated PNT capability to enable free maneuver in an anti-assess/area denial (A2/AD) environment. The PNT prototype system uses an enhanced defense GPS receiver (DAGR) device (ED3) with a chip-scale atomic clock (CSAC) accessory module to integrate multiple global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers; an embedded chip-scale atomic clock for independent timing; and, a native inertial navigation unit (INU) to provide a cross-checking reference signal. The project developed platform-specific interfaces to integrate these COTS systems into the Abrams, Bradley, Paladin, and Stryker tactical vehicle platforms. Using FY 2017 funds, additional platform integration, safety testing, technical assessment, and operational demonstrations with the warfighter will be completed in FY 2018. The PNT prototype system and demonstrations informed senior UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 133 R-1 Line #98 Page 11 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

212 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Rapid Prototyping Program - / 0400 / 4 639 PE 0604331D8Z / Rapid Prototyping Program Congressional Add B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Army leadership and transitioned to the Army PM PNT portfolio; Assured PNT, Mounted; and, Anti-Jam Antenna System (AJAS) programs of record. 4.600 - Passive Wide-Area Detection of Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) - Title: This twelve month project developed and prototyped a counter-UAS capability to automatically detect, track, and Description: classify targets; and, provided threat alerts indicating small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) in complex land and shipboard environments. The counter sUAS system integrated an all-passive sensor suite including acoustic sensors, wide-area electro- optical (EO) and infrared (IR) cameras, and high-speed EO and IR inspection cameras. This prototype capability was developed to address shortfalls in the ability of currently deployed counter-UAS systems to detect emerging classes of targets. The project also developed an open architecture fusion engine that correlates and classifies threats to alert an operator to sUAS incursions more rapidly than current systems. Using FY 2017 funding, the prototype system was demonstrated against Class 1 and 2 UASs in a variety of operational environments in FY 2018. This project directly supports a U.S. Strategic Command Joint Emerging Operational Need and a U.S. Central Command Joint Urgent Operational Need. After a successful demonstration, the capability will transition to the Service and joint rapid capability fielding programs in support of multiple counter-sUAS efforts. 7.076 - - Title: Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Exploration and Experimentation (S2ME2) This twelve month effort prototyped and demonstrated capabilities to enable U.S. Marine Corps 21st century Description: maneuver in complex terrain and contested littoral environments. Prior to S2ME2, the Marine Corps did not have the equipment, training, or concept-of-operations (CONOPS) to operate in the increasingly non-permissive maritime domain. This effort matured and demonstrated a subset of technologies identified in the S2ME2 2017 Advanced Naval Technology Exercise, which were validated at the Bold Alligator and Dawn Blitz 2017 exercises. Specifically, S2ME2 focused on seven technology thrusts with disruptive potential: 1) Long Range Littoral Reconnaissance: Unmanned capabilities to safely increase the reach and situational awareness of individual Marines; 2) Unmanned Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Targeting (ISR-T): Maturation of an existing commercial vertical takeoff and landing aircraft for shipboard operations; 3) Unmanned Fire Support: Precision fire support with autonomous magazines deployed from off shore staging forces; 4) Coalition Tactical Awareness and Response (CTAR): Extension of commercial satellite services to the Regiment level; 5) Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution (4GLTE) Long Range Communications: Modified commercial technology to provide ship-to-ship high bandwidth communications; 6) Global Positioning System (GPS) Anti-jam Steerable Parasitic Array: A novel, low size, weight, power, and cost GPS antenna array with the ability to null jammers; and 7) Low Probability of Intercept/Low Probability of Detection/Anti-Jam Communications: Replacement of omni-directional communications with tracked and targeted communication links. For each thrust, S2ME2 investigated emerging and mature government and commercial technologies; developed requirements; integrated technologies on operational systems for relevant demonstrations; explored improved CONOPS; and, informed senior Navy and Marine Corps UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 134 Page 12 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

213 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Rapid Prototyping Program - / 639 0400 / 4 PE 0604331D8Z Rapid Prototyping / Congressional Add Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 leadership on future procurement and training needs. Following a series of live tests and field demonstrations, the S2ME2 project transitioned to the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Title: 26.000 - - High Power Microwave (HPM) for Air Base Air Defense This twelve month project leveraged Air Force Research Laboratory experimentation to rapidly prototype an Description: advanced High Power Microwave (HPM) capability. Two HPM prototypes were developed to demonstrate stand-off, non-kinetic defeat of enemy unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and missiles. The Tactical HPM Operational Responder (THOR) counter- UAS prototype provides an ability to address autonomous UAS swarms as part of an integrated base air defense. The second HPM prototype, Counter Cruise Missile Extended Range Air Base Air Defense (ABAD), is designed to deliver sufficient power levels to negate cruise missile threats. Both systems provide a low cost per shot and a deep magazine. The HPM for ABAD project conducted risk mitigation for both prototype systems optimizing size, weight, and power; developed hardware and software solutions to increase lethality; validated desired effects; and, integrated subsystems for demonstration. The two prototypes were technically and operationally assessed at multiple facilities with military operators. The HPM prototypes will transition to the Air Force and Navy and will provide capabilities to the U.S. Pacific Command and U.S. Strategic Command. - - 10.000 Title: Open Mission Systems Contribution for Next-Generation Architectures (OCNA) Description: This is a twenty-four month project that combined open systems architecture standards; on-board, high-speed data communications with shared apertures; and shared processing to enable the rapid integration and fielding of new cutting- edge warfighting capabilities. Open Mission Systems (OMS) is a non-proprietary, open standard that allows rapid integration of new capabilities and reduces vendor lock. This project conducted research, development, and experimentation to expand OMS for next generation military capabilities. In FY 2017, the project designed on-board, high-speed data communications and conducted a lab demonstration of representative OMS services using a government reference software. Leveraging FY 2017 funds, the project continues to mature this capability through FY 2020, leading to a flight demonstration of on-board, high-speed data communications, together with OMS-compliant advanced services including timing, sensing, and communication. The demonstrated capability will transition to multiple classified programs and support the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. Title: 12.000 Army Navy/Transportable Radar Surveillance and Control Model 2 (AN/TPY-2) Adjunct Sensor Prototype (ADJ-P) for - - Hypersonic Glide Defense (HGD) Description: This an eighteen month project that developed and integrated a Phase 1 and Phase 2 configuration of an ADJ- P for HGD to increase the effectiveness of the TYP-2 radar system. The ADJ-P uses the X-band frequency, enabling a threat track quality comparable to the existing AN/TPY-2 radars. The Phase 1 configuration included hardware, firmware, and software enhancements that were tested in a scaled environment to prove operational relevancy. The Phase 2 configuration integrated additional enhancements to the ADJ-P including a high power transmitter and improved threat track software. With FY 2017 UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 135 Page 13 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

214 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Rapid Prototyping Program - / 639 Rapid Prototyping / 4 0400 PE 0604331D8Z / Program Congressional Add B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 funding, the ADJ-P completed design reviews in FY 2018 and will conduct testing and demonstrations for both the Phase 1 and Phase 2 configurations in FY 2019. The findings from these demonstrations will inform senior leadership and proven capabilities will transition to the Missile Defense Agency AN/TPY-2 Program of Record. - 5.200 Title: Mission Rehearsal Trainer (MRT) - Description: MTR is a twenty-four month effort that developed distributed learning and training system that trains, prepares, and increases the performance of personnel in the Time Sensitive Targeting cell (TSTC). MTR is a scenario-driven training system that enables an instructor to improve the speed and proficiency of target intelligence officers through realistic scenarios of increasing complexity. The MRT project developed hardware hosted on the U.S. Pacific Command Joint Intel Operations Center (U.S. PACOM JIOC) and expanded a current intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) training system employed at Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory (LL). With FY 2017 funds, the MRT system was technically assessed and demonstrated in FY 2018 with intel operators and instructors using real world scenarios, while also validating training scenarios specifically desired by the USPACOM JIOC TSTC. The MTR reached initial operational capability at the U.S. PACOM JIOC TSTC and transitioned to U.S. PACOM JIOC. MTR was developed to support U.S. PACOM’s JIOC TSTC cell specific training needs, but the capability is extensible to the TST cells in other Combatant Commands. After full operational capability is achieved in FY 2019, the Mission Rehearsal Trainer will transition to U.S. Pacific Command for operational use. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 100.000 - - C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks N/A D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics RPP performance metrics are specific to each effort and include measures identified in the specific project plans. In addition, project completions and successes are monitored against schedules and deliverables stated in the execution documents. The ultimate measure of success is adoption and transition of RPP capabilities by the Services and supporting entities. UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 136 Page 14 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

215 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 0400 / 4 / PE 0604331D8Z / Rapid Prototyping 639 Rapid Prototyping Program - Program Congressional Add FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 Base OCO Total FY 2018 Target Contract Value of Cost To Performing Prior Award Total Award Award Award Method Years Cost Cost Date Cost & Type Date Cost Contract Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Complete U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Nov 2017 - MIPR - 5.403 - 5.403 Electronic Warfare (EW) - - - 0.000 (AFRL) : NY (4 MIPRs) U.S. Army Product Manager Electronic - 0.000 10.437 Electronic Warfare (EW) MIPR - - - - - 10.437 Dec 2017 Warfare & Cyber : MD (7 MIPRs) Naval Sea Systems Command - Electronic Warfare (EW) - - 0.500 Dec 2017 - 0.500 - - 0.000 MIPR (NAVSEA) : DC (1 MIPR) U.S. Army Communications- - MIPR Electronics RD&E - 3.200 - 3.200 Nov 2017 Electronic Warfare (EW) - - - 0.000 Center (CERDEC) : VA (1 MIPR) U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering 0.000 0.100 Electronic Warfare (EW) MIPR - - - - - Dec 2017 - 0.100 Command (RDECOM) : MA (1 MIPR) U.S. Army S&T Communications 2.961 - Electronic Warfare (EW) MIPR - - - 0.000 - 2.961 Dec 2017 - Directorate : MD (2 MIPRs) U.S. Army Program Manager Position, Position, Navigation, and Dec 2017 - MIPR Navigation, and 2.813 0.000 - 2.813 - - - - Timing (PNT) Timing (PNT) : MD (1 MIPR) U.S. Army Program Position, Navigation, and 0.000 - - - - MIPR 4.643 Manager Position, - - 4.643 Dec 2017 Timing (PNT) Navigation, and UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 137 Page 15 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

216 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) / / 0400 / PE 0604331D8Z 639 4 Rapid Prototyping Program - Rapid Prototyping Congressional Add Program FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Base Contract Target Award Award Award Award Performing Method Cost To Total Prior Value of Date Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Years Cost Cost Complete & Type Cost Date Cost Contract Timing (PNT) Part I : MD (1 MIPR) U.S. Army Program Manager Position, Position, Navigation, and MIPR Navigation, and - 3.231 - 3.231 Dec 2017 - - - - 0.000 Timing (PNT) Timing (PNT) Part II : MD (1 MIPR) U.S. Army Program Manager Position, Position, Navigation, and - MIPR Navigation, and - 0.498 - 0.498 Dec 2017 - 0.000 - - Timing (PNT) Timing (PNT) Part III : MD (1 MIPR) Department of Position, Navigation, and Energy (Savannah 1.338 0.000 - - - - IA - Jan 2018 1.338 - Timing (PNT) River Operations) : SC (1 MIPR) Passive Wide-Area Naval Undersea Detection of Small - - - - 0.880 MIPR 0.000 Warfare Center : WA - - 0.880 Nov 2017 Unmanned Aerial Systems (2 MIPRs) (sUAS) Passive Wide-Area Naval Research Detection of Small - - - - 0.000 MIPR 3.720 Laboratory : DC (1 - - 3.720 Nov 2017 Unmanned Aerial Systems MIPR) (sUAS) Space and Warfare Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Dec 2017 0.000 - MIPR Systems Command : 3.215 - 3.215 Exploration and - - - - CA (5 MIPRs) Experimentation (S2ME2) Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Naval Research 0.665 - Exploration and MIPR - Laboratory : DC (2 0.000 - 0.665 Dec 2017 - - - MIPRs) Experimentation (S2ME2) Naval Surface Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Warfare Center 2.190 - Exploration and - MIPR 0.000 - - - - 2.190 Dec 2017 Dahlgren : VA (4 Experimentation (S2ME2) MIPRs) UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 138 R-1 Line #98 Page 16 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

217 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) / / 0400 / PE 0604331D8Z 639 4 Rapid Prototyping Program - Rapid Prototyping Congressional Add Program FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Base Contract Target Prior Award Award Award Performing Award Cost To Total Method Value of Cost Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Category Item Years Date Cost Cost Complete & Type Cost Date Cost Contract Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Defense Logistics MIPR - Agency : PA (1 Exploration and - 0.324 Dec 2017 - - - - 0.000 0.324 Experimentation (S2ME2) MIPR) Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Naval Undersea - MIPR Exploration and Warfare Center : RI 0.394 - 0.394 Dec 2017 - - - - 0.000 (2 MIPRs) Experimentation (S2ME2) Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Naval Sea Systems - - - 0.000 - Exploration and - MIPR 0.142 Command : DC (1 Dec 2017 - 0.142 MIPR) Experimentation (S2ME2) U.S. Army Communications- Ship-to-Shore Maneuver 0.121 MIPR Electronics - 0.121 Exploration and 0.000 Dec 2017 - - - - - Experimentation (S2ME2) Command : MD (1 MIPR) Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Marine Corps Air - - Station : NC (2 - 0.025 Dec 2017 Exploration and MIPR - - 0.000 0.025 - Experimentation (S2ME2) MIPRs) Air Force Research Laboratory High Power Microwave High Powered - - - (HPM) for Air Base Air - MIPR 3.550 0.000 - Nov 2017 3.550 - Electromagnetics Defense Division : NM (4 MIPRs) Defense High Power Microwave MicroElectronics - - (HPM) for Air Base Air - - 18.000 0.000 - Dec 2017 - 18.000 MIPR Activity : CA (2 Defense MIPRs) Navy Research High Power Microwave 4.450 - 0.000 - (HPM) for Air Base Air - MIPR - Laboratory : DC (2 - - 4.450 Dec 2017 MIPRs) Defense Open Mission Systems Air Force Research Contribution for Next- - 10.000 0.000 - - - Dec 2017 - Laboratory : OH (2 10.000 - MIPR Generation Architectures MIPRs) (OCNA) UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 139 Page 17 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

218 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0604331D8Z / Rapid Prototyping / 4 639 / Rapid Prototyping Program - Program Congressional Add FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Total Base Target Contract Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Total Value of Cost Date Cost Years Date & Type Cost Date Cost Activity & Location Complete Date Cost Cost Category Item Cost Contract Army Navy/Transportable Radar Surveillance and U.S. Army Armament Control Model 2(AN/ Research, 12.000 0.000 - - TPY-2) Adjunct Sensor - - 12.000 MIPR Dec 2017 - Development and - Prototype (ADJ-P) for Engineering Center : NJ (1 MIPR) Hypersonic Glide Defense (HGD) Air Force Life Cycle Mission Rehearsal Trainer MIPR 3.700 Management : MA (1 3.700 - - Nov 2017 - - - - 0.000 (MRT) MIPR) U.S. Pacific Mission Rehearsal Trainer Command 1.500 0.000 - - - MIPR - - Dec 2017 1.500 - (USPACOM) : HI (1 (MRT) MIPR) Subtotal 100.000 - - 100.000 - - N/A - 0.000 Target Total Prior FY 2019 Value of FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2017 FY 2018 Complete Contract Cost OCO Base Total Years Project Cost Totals 100.000 N/A - 0.000 - - 100.000 - 0.000 Remarks UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 140 R-1 Line #98 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 18 of 25

219 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Rapid Prototyping PE 0604331D8Z / 0400 Rapid Prototyping Program - / 639 / Program Congressional Add FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 2 1 4 3 4 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Electronic Warfare (EW) Contract Award/Project Kickoff Prototype Development, Integration (Tactical Electronic Warfare System, Prophet Stryker, Distributed Dismounted EW, Antenna, Raven Claw, Tactical Offensive Radio Operations, RF Interference) Prototype Testing Prototype Field Demonstration Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) Bradley Platform Contract Award/Project Kickoff Bradley Platform Prototype Development, Integration Paladin, Abrams Contract Award/Project Kickoff Paladin, Abrams Platform Prototype Development, Integration Prototype Testing Prototype Complete/U.S. Army Fielding Decision Passive Wide-Area Detection of Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) Contract Award/Project Kickoff Prototype System Development (Wide Area Electro-Optical/Infrared Imaging System, UNCLASSIFIED Rapid Prototyping Program PE 0604331D8Z: Volume 3B - 141 R-1 Line #98 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 19 of 25

220 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Rapid Prototyping PE 0604331D8Z / 0400 Rapid Prototyping Program - / 639 / Program Congressional Add FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 2 1 4 4 4 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Acoustic System, Open Architecture Sensor and data fusion system) System Testing Field Test/Demonstration Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Exploration and Experimentation (S2ME2) Contract Award/Project Kickoff Prototype Development (Unmanned Fire Support, Coalition Tactical Awareness and Response, 4G LTE Long Range Comms, GPS Anti-jam Antenna, Low Probability of Intercept/Detection Anti-jam Comms) System Testing Field Test/Demonstration High Power Microwave (HPM) for Air Base Air Defense Contract Award/Project Kickoff Counter Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) Prototype Development, Integration Counter Missile (CM) Prototype Development, Integration Prototype Testing Prototype Demonstration/Military Utility Assessment Open Mission Systems Contribution for Next-Generation Architectures (OCNA) Contract Award/Project Kickoff UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 142 R-1 Line #98 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 20 of 25

221 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Rapid Prototyping PE 0604331D8Z / 0400 Rapid Prototyping Program - / 639 / Program Congressional Add FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 2 1 4 4 4 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Software Development, Integration (Advanced Open Mission System) Software Testing Hardware Acquisition, Integration System Prototype Test and Evaluation Field Demonstration Army Navy/Transportable Radar Surveillance and Control Model 2(AN/TPY-2) Adjunct Sensor Prototype (ADJ-P) for Hypersonic Glide Defense (HGD) Contract Award/Project Kickoff Adjunct Sensor Prototype Development (Phase 1) Adjunct Sensor (Phase 1) Testing Adjunct Sensor Prototype Additional Development, Integration (Phase 2) Adjunct Sensor (Phase 2) Testing/Final Demonstration Mission Rehearsal Trainer (MRT) Contract Award/Project Kickoff MRT Software Development Phase 1 Laboratory Demonstration Phase 2 Training Event Demonstration at U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) Joint Intel Operations Center (JIOC) Phase 3 Instructor Control Demonstration at USPACOM JIOC UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 143 R-1 Line #98 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 21 of 25

222 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 0400 PE 0604331D8Z / Rapid Prototyping Rapid Prototyping Program - / 639 / Program Congressional Add FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2023 FY 2022 FY 2017 1 2 4 3 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 4 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 Phase 4 Simulation backend hosted at USPACOM JIOC Phase 5 Final Demonstration UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 144 Page 22 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

223 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 PE 0604331D8Z 0400 / Rapid Prototyping Rapid Prototyping Program - / 639 / Program Congressional Add Schedule Details Start End Quarter Events by Sub Project Year Year Quarter Electronic Warfare (EW) 1 2018 1 2018 Contract Award/Project Kickoff Prototype Development, Integration (Tactical Electronic Warfare System, Prophet 1 2018 3 2018 Stryker, Distributed Dismounted EW, Antenna, Raven Claw, Tactical Offensive Radio Operations, RF Interference) Prototype Testing 3 2018 4 2018 2018 Prototype Field Demonstration 4 2018 4 Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) 1 2018 1 Bradley Platform Contract Award/Project Kickoff 2018 2018 4 2018 1 Bradley Platform Prototype Development, Integration 2018 2 2018 2 Paladin, Abrams Contract Award/Project Kickoff Paladin, Abrams Platform Prototype Development, Integration 2 2018 4 2018 2018 Prototype Testing 3 2018 3 4 2018 2018 4 Prototype Complete/U.S. Army Fielding Decision Passive Wide-Area Detection of Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) Contract Award/Project Kickoff 1 2018 1 2018 Prototype System Development (Wide Area Electro-Optical/Infrared Imaging System, 2018 3 1 2018 Acoustic System, Open Architecture Sensor and data fusion system) 3 2018 4 2018 System Testing Field Test/Demonstration 4 2018 4 2018 Ship-to-Shore Maneuver Exploration and Experimentation (S2ME2) 2018 1 Contract Award/Project Kickoff 2018 1 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 145 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 23 of 25 R-1 Line #98

224 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Rapid Prototyping PE 0604331D8Z / 0400 Rapid Prototyping Program - / 639 / Program Congressional Add Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Prototype Development (Unmanned Fire Support, Coalition Tactical Awareness and Response, 4G LTE Long Range Comms, GPS Anti-jam Antenna, Low Probability of 2018 3 1 2018 Intercept/Detection Anti-jam Comms) 3 2018 4 2018 System Testing Field Test/Demonstration 4 2018 4 2018 High Power Microwave (HPM) for Air Base Air Defense Contract Award/Project Kickoff 2018 1 2018 1 Counter Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) Prototype Development, Integration 1 2018 2 2018 2018 Counter Missile (CM) Prototype Development, Integration 3 2018 4 2 2018 4 2018 Prototype Testing Prototype Demonstration/Military Utility Assessment 4 2018 2018 4 Open Mission Systems Contribution for Next-Generation Architectures (OCNA) 1 2018 1 2018 Contract Award/Project Kickoff Software Development, Integration (Advanced Open Mission System) 1 2018 1 2020 Software Testing 3 2018 2 2020 2020 Hardware Acquisition, Integration 3 2018 3 2020 4 System Prototype Test and Evaluation 4 2020 Field Demonstration 2020 4 2020 4 Army Navy/Transportable Radar Surveillance and Control Model 2(AN/TPY-2) Adjunct Sensor Prototype (ADJ-P) for Hypersonic Glide Defense (HGD) Contract Award/Project Kickoff 1 2018 1 2018 Adjunct Sensor Prototype Development (Phase 1) 1 2018 1 2019 Adjunct Sensor (Phase 1) Testing 1 2019 1 2019 Adjunct Sensor Prototype Additional Development, Integration (Phase 2) 1 2019 3 2019 3 Adjunct Sensor (Phase 2) Testing/Final Demonstration 2019 2019 3 Mission Rehearsal Trainer (MRT) UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 146 Page 24 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

225 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 4 / PE 0604331D8Z Rapid Prototyping Program - Rapid Prototyping / 0400 639 Program Congressional Add Start End Year Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter 1 2018 Contract Award/Project Kickoff 1 2018 2019 MRT Software Development 1 2018 3 2018 2 Phase 1 Laboratory Demonstration 1 2018 Phase 2 Training Event Demonstration at U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) Joint 2 3 2018 2018 Intel Operations Center (JIOC) 2019 4 2018 1 Phase 3 Instructor Control Demonstration at USPACOM JIOC Phase 4 Simulation backend hosted at USPACOM JIOC 1 2019 2 2019 2019 3 4 Phase 5 Final Demonstration 2019 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604331D8Z: Rapid Prototyping Program Volume 3B - 147 Page 25 of 25 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #98

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227 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604400D8Z 0400: BA 4: / / Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Development Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 Total FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2018 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2022 Continuing 58.676 7.254 3.967 3.781 - 3.781 3.796 3.868 3.927 4.000 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 32.688 4.932 0.980 0.980 - 0.980 1.100 1.200 1.250 1.300 UAS Airspace Integration 440: Continuing 2.350 24.693 1.972 2.747 2.471 Continuing 2.471 2.446 2.318 2.427 - Interoperability 442: 0.350 0.350 Continuing Continuing 0.350 0.250 0.250 0.330 - 1.295 0.330 0.240 443: Unmanned Systems Roadmap A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Systems (UxS) Common Development program is a joint effort to develop and demonstrate common standards, architectures, and technologies that address unmanned systems’ issues across all Military Services. The intent is to increase interoperability and effectiveness by promoting cooperative development of solutions that are applicable across all unmanned systems. This effort initially focused on addressing DoD unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), to include integration into the National Airspace System (NAS) and a common, interoperable ground station architecture and associated interface standards. While UAS initially were the primary focus, interoperability among all unmanned and manned systems is the long-term goal. FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 3.320 3.967 3.806 - 3.806 Current President's Budget 3.967 3.781 - 3.781 7.254 -0.025 3.934 0.000 -0.025 - Total Adjustments - - • Congressional General Reductions • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - - • Congressional Rescissions • Congressional Adds 4.000 - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - • FFRDC Reduction -0.008 - - - - -0.025 • Leadership Adjustments -0.058 - -0.025 - Congressional Add Details ($ in Millions, and Includes General Reductions) FY 2017 FY 2018 440: UAS Airspace Integration Project: Airspace Integration Congressional Add: - 4.000 Congressional Add Subtotals for Project: 440 - 4.000 UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 149 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 18 R-1 Line #99

228 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity PE 0604400D8Z / BA 4: Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Development Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Congressional Add Details ($ in Millions, and Includes General Reductions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Congressional Add Totals for all Projects - 4.000 Change Summary Explanation A $4.0M FY2017 Congressional Add was provided on June 22, 2017. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604400D8Z: Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... Volume 3B - 150 R-1 Line #99 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 18

229 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 UAS Airspace Integration PE 0604400D8Z / Department of Defense 0400 / / 440 (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 1.300 1.250 1.200 - Continuing Continuing 1.100 0.980 32.688 4.932 0.980 0.980 440: UAS Airspace Integration - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - Note Airborne Sense-and-Avoid (ABSAA) and Ground Based Sense-and-Avoid (GBSAA) technology development transitioned to UAS programs of record during FY2013. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Global Hawk and Triton, as well as other Group 3-5 UAS, need a sense-and-avoid (SAA) capability as an alternate means of compliance to Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 91.111 and Part 91.113, requirement to see-and-avoid other aircraft. The Air Force is leading the effort to develop an ABSAA system that is suitable to support operations within US and foreign national airspace. The RQ-4 Global Hawk, MQ-4C Triton, MQ-1B Predator, MQ-1C Gray Eagle, and MQ-9 Reaper all have a requirement for SAA capability and will leverage the technology being developed by the Air Force. The Army is leading the development of a GBSAA system to provide a solution for improved airspace access in terminal operations as well as operations/training within the GBSAA system's coverage area (e.g., Gray Eagle at Fort Hood, Shadow operations at Cherry Point). This system will provide a near-term solution and is an integral part of the long-term permanent solution. Long term GBSAA systems and Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) architectures, operating concepts, standards and technology are being developed to allow DoD, commercial and private manned and Group 1-5 Unmanned Aircraft to operate safely and effectively in the national Airspace. This joint funding also supports development of common operating concepts, policy, standards, modeling and simulation, and technology to enable DoD UAS to routinely access the national and international airspace systems. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 0.932 0.980 Title: 0.980 Unmanned Aircraft System Airspace Integration Initiatives Description: Starting in FY 2010 the Department's sense-and-avoid (SAA) developmental efforts are enhanced by this defense- wide program element. This program has provided joint funding to accelerate the development of SAA technology and standards to enable UAS to routinely access the national and international airspace systems. This program also supports development of UAS airspace integration policy and standards, as well as the modeling, simulation, and operational analysis needed to validate the standards. In FY 2013 ABSAA and GBSAA efforts transitioned to the Services. FY 2018 Plans: Evaluate and validate identified best-candidate solutions for low size, weight, power and cost technology supporting military sUAS operations in national, international and foreign national airspace. Develop future Policy and architectures that support the operation of DoD, Commercial, and Private Group 1-5 UAS systems in the national Airspace safely by developing an Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) system Develop quantitative safety assessment approaches that support unique UAS operations to UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 151 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 18 R-1 Line #99

230 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) UAS Airspace Integration / 440 0400 Department of Defense 4 / PE 0604400D8Z / (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 support emerging DoD needs and inform future rulemaking. Make formal recommendations for separation minima that enable low- altitude military UAS to remain well clear of other aircraft. Continue to engage the FAA to advance DoD UAS airspace integration. Investigate and draft Cyber security concept of operations for Manned and Unmanned Aircraft Systems operating in the National Airspace. FY 2019 Plans: Develop future Policy and architectures that support the operation of DoD, Commercial, and Private Group 1-5 UAS systems in the national Airspace safely by developing an Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) system. Investigate and draft Cyber security concept of operations for Manned and Unmanned Aircraft Systems operating in the National Airspace with a focus on Groups 1-2 UAS. Evaluate and validate identified best-candidate solutions for low size, weight, power and cost technology supporting military sUAS operations in national, international and foreign national airspace. Develop quantitative safety assessment approaches that support unique UAS operations to support emerging DoD needs and inform future rulemaking. Make formal recommendations for separation minima that enable low-altitude military UAS to remain well clear of other aircraft. Continue to engage the FAA to advance DoD UAS airspace integration. Investigate and draft Cyber security concept of operations for Manned and Unmanned Aircraft Systems operating in the National Airspace. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY19 budget reduction was offset by the congressional add in FY17 Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.932 0.980 0.980 FY 2017 FY 2018 Airspace Integration - 4.000 Congressional Add: Investigated and developed the technology requirements, policies and FY 2017 Accomplishments: architectures required to integrate DoD Unmanned systems safely into the national Airspace. Congressional Adds Subtotals 4.000 - C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 152 Page 4 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

231 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Department of Defense UAS Airspace Integration / 0400 / 4 440 PE 0604400D8Z (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604400D8Z: Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... Volume 3B - 153 R-1 Line #99 Page 5 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

232 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) 440 / 0400 / UAS Airspace Integration PE 0604400D8Z 4 / Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Base Contract Target Prior Award Award Award Performing Award Cost To Total Method Value of Date Date Cost Activity & Location Cost Category Item Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete & Type Cost Date Cost Contract USAF A3 AFLCMC/ HBAG (VOLPE/ - GBSAA MIPR Continuing 32.028 1.644 Dec 2017 0.340 Jul 2018 0.340 Jul 2019 0.000 0.340 Continuing MITRE) : AFLCMC/ HBAG NASA : Ames MIPR 0.000 - 0.000 0.985 Dec 2017 DoD UTM Oct 2018 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing Continuing Research California Army PM UAS : - Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 National Guard GBSAA MIPR Continuing Army Redstone, 0.000 0.000 1.643 Mar 2018 Alabama Subtotal 32.028 4.272 0.340 N/A 0.000 0.340 Continuing Continuing 0.340 Remarks NA FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Total Target Contract Total Cost To Value of Award Prior Method Award Performing Award Award Cost Category Item Years Cost Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Date Date Cost Complete Cost Cost Contract USAF A3 AFLCMC/ Option/ Continuing Continuing - USAF - A3 PBFA Support Mar 2018 Mar 2019 - HBAG : AFLCMC/ 0.640 0.660 0.660 Feb 2018 0.640 0.640 LH HBAG Subtotal N/A Continuing 0.640 0.660 0.660 0.640 0.640 - Continuing Remarks NA Target Value of Total Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2017 FY 2018 Cost Complete Base OCO Contract Total Years Project Cost Totals 4.932 Continuing Continuing 0.980 0.980 32.688 0.000 0.980 N/A Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 154 Page 6 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

233 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) UAS Airspace Integration 0400 PE 0604400D8Z / Department of Defense / 440 / 4 (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2023 FY 2022 FY 2017 1 2 4 3 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 4 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 UAS Airspace Integration GBSAA Development and Integration Unmanned Traffic Management UAS Integration NAS support UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604400D8Z: Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... Volume 3B - 155 Page 7 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

234 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Department of Defense / / 440 0400 / 4 UAS Airspace Integration PE 0604400D8Z (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development Schedule Details Start End Year Quarter Year Quarter Events by Sub Project UAS Airspace Integration 2019 GBSAA Development and Integration 1 2018 1 Unmanned Traffic Management 2 2018 2 2020 2018 1 2020 4 UAS Integration NAS support UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 156 Page 8 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

235 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Interoperability PE 0604400D8Z / Department of Defense 0400 / / 442 (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 2.350 2.427 2.318 - Continuing Continuing 2.446 2.471 24.693 1.972 2.747 2.471 Interoperability 442: - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Interoperability project will develop and demonstrate an interoperable, standards-based, open architecture solution for cross-domain (air, ground, maritime) unmanned systems. The intent is to improve joint and coalition interoperability and to promote competition through the implementation of open standards and open architectures. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 1.972 2.747 Title: Interoperability 2.471 Develop and demonstrate an interoperable, standards-based, open ground station architecture for cross-domain Description: (air, ground, maritime) unmanned systems; improve joint and coalition interoperability; and promote competition through the implementation of open standards and open architectures. FY 2018 Plans: Continue SAE working group support for UAS Control Segment Architecture (UCS) interfaces and Joint Architecture Unmanned System (JAUS). Continue JCAUS compliant prototypes to validate and further mature the architecture. Continue support for Unmanned Systems Interoperability and Integration workshop/technical exchange meeting. Continue support to DoD Interoperability IPT. FY 2019 Plans: Support the continued development and implementation of the SAE working group for UAS Control Segment Architecture (UCS) interfaces and Joint Architecture Unmanned System (JAUS). Develop a Joint Communications Architecture for Unmanned systems (JCAUS) and demonstrate a JCAUS compliant prototypes to validate and further mature the architecture. Develop Safety standards and policy for Unmanned and Autonomous systems that will allow for the incorporation of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Continue support for Unmanned Systems Interoperability and Integration workshop/technical exchange meeting. Develop and Unmanned system autonomous test and Evaluation standards and architectures using modeling and simulation. Investigate a Cyber secure solution for integrating Artificial Intelligent systems into Unmanned Systems UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 157 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 9 of 18 R-1 Line #99

236 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Department of Defense / / 4 PE 0604400D8Z / 0400 442 Interoperability (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 Continue support to DoD Interoperability IPT. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The development of a Joint Communications Architecture for Unmanned Systems to support bandwidth requirements for multiple program of records based on the DoD's reduction of Spectrum allocation. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 1.972 2.747 2.471 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy n/a E. Performance Metrics n/a UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 158 Page 10 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

237 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 0400 / / Interoperability PE 0604400D8Z / Department of Defense 442 4 (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) OCO Total FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Target Contract Cost To Method Performing Prior Total Value of Award Award Award Award Years Cost Contract Cost Cost & Type Date Cost Date Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Complete Labs, Warfare Centers, and DoD components and UxS Interoperability and 2.747 - support : DoD Labs, Continuing Continuing 2.471 24.693 1.972 Sep 2017 MIPR Sep 2018 2.471 Sep 2019 0.000 Architecture Development Warefare Center, DoD and support service Subtotal Continuing Continuing 2.471 0.000 N/A 24.693 1.972 2.747 2.471 Remarks NA Target Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Value of FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Complete OCO Cost Base Years Contract Project Cost Totals Continuing 2.471 0.000 N/A Continuing 24.693 1.972 2.747 2.471 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604400D8Z: Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... Volume 3B - 159 Page 11 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

238 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Department of Defense PE 0604400D8Z / 0400 Interoperability / / 442 (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 2 1 4 1 4 3 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 UxS Interoperability and Architecture Development Interoperability and Open Architecture UxS Safety UxS Development UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604400D8Z: Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... Volume 3B - 160 R-1 Line #99 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 12 of 18

239 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Department of Defense / / 442 0400 / 4 Interoperability PE 0604400D8Z (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development Schedule Details Start End Year Quarter Year Quarter Events by Sub Project UxS Interoperability and Architecture Development 2019 Interoperability and Open Architecture 1 2018 4 UxS Safety 2 2018 2 2019 2018 1 2020 4 UxS Development UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 161 Page 13 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

240 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Unmanned Systems Roadmap PE 0604400D8Z / Department of Defense 0400 / / 443 (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 0.350 0.250 0.350 - Continuing Continuing 0.250 0.330 0.330 1.295 0.350 0.240 443: Unmanned Systems Roadmap - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This effort supports the Department's Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap and updates. The roadmap provides a DoD vision for the continuing development, fielding and employment of unmanned systems technologies; establishes the current state of unmanned systems in today’s force; and outlines a strategy to address common challenges to achieve the shared vision across all unmanned domains (air, ground, and maritime). B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 0.350 0.240 Title: Unmanned Systems Roadmap 0.330 Description: Develops, Drafts, and Produces the Department's Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap. FY 2018 Plans: Update the Department's Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap and perform related studies supporting the Department's vision for unmanned systems. Integrate feedback, responses and new technology into the FY19 Roadmap. Investigate changes to concept of operations with guidance provided by Department’s vision for unmanned systems. FY 2019 Plans: Release the FY19 Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap Update the Department's Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap and perform related studies supporting the Department's vision for unmanned systems. Integrate feedback, responses and new technology into the FY19 Roadmap. Investigate changes to concept of operations with guidance provided by Department’s vision for unmanned systems. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The Unmanned systems roadmap is Developed and published every other year to provide the Department’s vision for unmanned systems based on the rapid change in technology Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.330 0.350 0.240 UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 162 R-1 Line #99 Page 14 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

241 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Unmanned Systems Roadmap 0400 / 4 / PE 0604400D8Z / Department of Defense 443 (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Provide up-to-date Unmanned Systems Roadmap providing a DoD vision for the continuing development, fielding and employment of unmanned systems technologies. UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 163 Page 15 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

242 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / / / 4 PE 0604400D8Z 0400 Department of Defense 443 Unmanned Systems Roadmap (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base Contract Target Award Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Value of Cost Activity & Location Date & Type Cost Category Item Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Cost Date Contract Army TARDEC Unmanned Systems Unmanned System 0.330 - Aug 2019 0.330 C/LH Continuing Continuing 0.000 Aug 2018 1.295 0.350 Aug 2017 0.240 Roadmap Support services : Army TARDEC Subtotal N/A 1.295 0.350 Continuing 0.330 0.000 0.330 Continuing 0.240 Target Total Cost To Value of FY 2019 Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2018 Base FY 2017 OCO Years Total Complete Cost Contract Project Cost Totals Continuing 0.330 0.000 N/A Continuing 1.295 0.350 0.240 0.330 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604400D8Z: Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... Volume 3B - 164 Page 16 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

243 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Unmanned Systems Roadmap 0400 PE 0604400D8Z / Department of Defense / 443 / 4 (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 4 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 Unmanned Systems Roadmap Development Unmanned Systems Roadmap Development UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 165 Page 17 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #99

244 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense RDT&E Schedule Details: , Exhibit R-4A Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 / Department of Defense Unmanned Systems Roadmap / 4 443 PE 0604400D8Z / (DoD) Unmanned Systems Common Development Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Unmanned Systems Roadmap Development 4 2019 Unmanned Systems Roadmap Development 2 2018 UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense (DoD) Unmanned Sys... PE 0604400D8Z: Volume 3B - 166 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 18 of 18 R-1 Line #99

245 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: PE 0604682D8Z Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis (SSA) Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base Complete OCO Cost FY 2023 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 - 3.822 0.000 3.850 3.833 3.768 Continuing 3.768 3.762 3.760 3.894 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing 3.760 3.822 3.894 Continuing 3.768 - 3.768 0.000 3.850 3.833 3.762 Wargaming & Support for 104: Strategic Analysis A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This was a new start program in FY 2017. This program supports the Office of the Director, Cost Assessment & Program Evaluation (CAPE). It funds activities that help CAPE to implement the Department's intent to reinvigorate wargaming. CAPE accomplishes this by leading wargaming activities, developing and managing the Wargaming Portal, and supporting the design, execution, and analysis of wargames. This program provides for analytical research across a spectrum of issues and concerns. The research agenda is focused on near- to long-term problems identified by the Deputy Secretary of Defense, and addresses difficult and complex questions linked to program alternatives for current and future capabilities and forces in order to enhance the senior leadership's deliberations and decision-making. This program provides the scientific and technical engineering services needed for research studies in the development of models and simulations and the evaluation of current analytical tools and scientific methods used to evaluate and assess scenarios and concepts of operations (CONOPS) for a wide range of warfighting environments and scenarios. Deliverables from this program will include reports, briefings, and analyses designed to illuminate findings and assessments from wargaming excursions. Outcomes include the compilation and analysis of wargaming data in the Wargaming Portal and support for data use by wargaming participants. FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 4.000 3.833 3.805 - 3.805 3.768 Current President's Budget 3.850 3.833 3.768 0.000 -0.150 -0.037 0.000 -0.037 0.000 Total Adjustments • Congressional General Reductions - -0.004 • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.146 - -0.005 - - -0.005 - • Fiscal Guidance Adjustment -0.032 0.000 0.000 0.000 • Revised Inflation Guidance -0.032 UNCLASSIFIED Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analys... PE 0604682D8Z: Volume 3B - 167 Page 1 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #101

246 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity PE 0604682D8Z 0400: BA 4: Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis (SSA) / / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Change Summary Explanation In FY 2017 this program was added to reinvigorate Wargaming and Support for Strategic Analysis to implement an important Deputy Secretary of Defense priority. The FY 2017 adjustment reflects the final congressional enactment amount. The FY 2019 reduction reflects the Fiscal Guidance that CAPE was required to meet. UNCLASSIFIED Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analys... PE 0604682D8Z: Volume 3B - 168 R-1 Line #101 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 7

247 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Wargaming & Support for PE 0604682D8Z / / 0400 104 / Wargaming & Support for Strategic 4 Strategic Analysis (SSA) Analysis Prior FY 2019 Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) (+) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Base Complete Years Cost 3.822 3.760 - Continuing Continuing 3.894 3.762 3.768 3.768 0.000 3.850 3.833 104: Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - (+) The sum of all Prior Years is $0.000 million less than the represented total due to several projects ending A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program supports the Office of the Director, Cost Assessment & Program Evaluation (CAPE). It funds activities that help CAPE to implement the vision of the Deputy Secretary of Defense to reinvigorate wargaming in the Department of Defense. CAPE will accomplish this by leading wargaming activities; developing and managing the Wargaming Portal, and supporting the design, execution, and analysis of wargames. This program provides for analytical research across a spectrum of issues and concerns. The research agenda is focused on near to long-term problems identified by the Deputy Secretary of Defense, and addresses difficult and complex questions linked to program alternatives for current and future capabilities and forces in order to enhance the senior leadership's deliberations and decision-making. This program provides the scientific and technical engineering services needed for research studies in the development of models and simulations and the evaluation of current analytical tools and scientific methods used to evaluate and assess scenarios and concepts of operations (CONOPS) for a wide range of warfighting environments and scenarios. Deliverables from this program will include reports, briefings, and analyses designed to illuminate findings and assessments from wargaming excursions. Outcomes include the compilation and analysis of wargaming data in the Wargaming Portal and support for data use by wargaming participants. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions, Article Quantities in Each) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis 3.850 3.833 3.768 Title: 1 1 1 Articles: This program provides for analytical research across a spectrum of issues and concerns. The research agenda Description: is focused on near- to long-term problems identified by the Deputy Secretary of Defense, and addresses difficult and complex questions linked to program alternatives for current and future capabilities and forces in order to enhance the senior leadership's deliberations and decision-making. FY 2018 Plans: Studies, analyses, and assessments will be focused on: - Developing and refining wargaming objectives from senior leader priorities and Strategic Support Analysis activities. - Overseeing planning, design, and scheduling of additional excursion wargames UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604682D8Z: Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analys... Volume 3B - 169 R-1 Line #101 Page 3 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

248 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604682D8Z Wargaming & Support for Strategic / 0400 / 4 104 Wargaming & Support for / Strategic Analysis (SSA) Analysis B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions, Article Quantities in Each) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 - Leading, participating in, and assessing outcomes of all excursion wargames - Participating in some near-, mid-, and far-term scenarios and CONOPS wargames - Analyzing wargame insights and data in the Wargaming Repository. - Providing requirements for the Wargaming Portal as needed - Providing guidance to DoD on best practices for mid-term wargames. FY 2019 Plans: Studies, analyses, and assessments will be focused on: - Developing and refining wargaming objectives from senior leader priorities and Strategic Support Analysis activities. - Overseeing planning, design, and scheduling of additional excursion wargames - Leading, participating in, and assessing outcomes of all excursion wargames - Participating in some near-, mid-, and far-term scenarios and CONOPS wargames - Analyzing wargame insights and data in the Wargaming Repository. - Providing ongoing requirements for the Wargaming Portal as needed - Providing guidance to DoD on best practices for mid-term wargames. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2019 maintains a virtual steady-state level of effort to support senior DoD leadership requirements. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 3.850 3.833 3.768 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy A mix of competitive contracts with commercial firms and research provided by university-affiliated research centers (UARCs), and Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs). E. Performance Metrics The products or expected outcomes of this program are studies and analyses to support issues of high interest to the Deputy Secretary of Defense. Products will also include the Wargaming Repository to provide a knowledge base for the Department of Defense. Performance is measured by the quality of the analyses and is monitored through the review of the organizational assessment process. The primary goal is to ensure that study and analytical products are timely, clear, complete, accurate, responsive, balanced, and objective. UNCLASSIFIED Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analys... PE 0604682D8Z: Volume 3B - 170 Page 4 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #101

249 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Wargaming & Support for Wargaming & Support for Strategic / 4 PE 0604682D8Z / 0400 / 104 Analysis Strategic Analysis (SSA) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base Contract Target Method Value of Prior Award Award Performing Award Award Cost To Total Cost Category Item Activity & Location Date & Type Years Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Complete Date Cost Cost Contract Various : DC Metro Wargaming & Support for - Continuing N/A 3.768 Jan 2019 C/Various Continuing 3.768 0.000 3.850 Dec 2016 3.833 Jan 2018 Area Strategic Analysis Subtotal N/A 3.768 0.000 3.850 3.833 3.768 - Continuing Continuing Target Value of Total Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2018 Base Contract Cost OCO Years Total FY 2017 Complete Project Cost Totals 3.833 N/A Continuing Continuing 0.000 3.850 3.768 3.768 - Remarks CAPE will accomplish this by leading wargaming activities; developing and managing the Wargaming Portal, and supporting the design, execution, and analysis of wargames. Funds will be awarded for high-priority projects based on competition, and the awards will include analysis of proposed costs. UNCLASSIFIED Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analys... PE 0604682D8Z: Volume 3B - 171 Page 5 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #101

250 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 0400 PE 0604682D8Z / Wargaming & Support for Wargaming & Support for Strategic / 104 / Strategic Analysis (SSA) Analysis FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2023 FY 2022 FY 2017 1 2 4 3 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 4 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604682D8Z: Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analys... Volume 3B - 172 Page 6 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #101

251 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 104 0400 / 4 Wargaming & Support for Strategic PE 0604682D8Z / Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis (SSA) Analysis Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis 2018 2023 4 Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analysis 1 UNCLASSIFIED Wargaming & Support for Strategic Analys... PE 0604682D8Z: Volume 3B - 173 R-1 Line #101 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 7 of 7

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253 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 4: PE 0604775D8Z Defense Rapid Innovation Program Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base Complete OCO Cost FY 2023 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 - 0.000 1,067.918 250.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 - 0.000 1,067.918 250.000 0.000 0.000 Defense Rapid Innovation 775: Program A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY2017 and the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2017, provide the Department of Defense with authorities and funds to facilitate the rapid insertion of innovative technologies into military systems and programs. Established in Section 1073 of the FY 2011 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the Rapid Innovation Program is a competitive, merit-based program designed to accelerate the fielding of innovative technologies into military systems pursuant to Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) phase II projects, Technologies developed by the Department of Defense (DoD) laboratories and Other innovative technologies, including dual-use & Independent Research & Development (IRAD) technologies. The NDAA for FY2017 and the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2017, makes RIP a permanent program. . FY 2019 OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 0.000 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 Current President's Budget 250.000 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 - 0.000 Total Adjustments 250.000 0.000 0.000 • Congressional General Reductions - - 0.000 - • Congressional Directed Reductions - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds 250.000 - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - Congressional Add Details ($ in Millions, and Includes General Reductions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Project: 775: Defense Rapid Innovation Program Congressional Add: Defense Rapid Innovation Fund 250.000 - Congressional Add Subtotals for Project: 775 250.000 - Congressional Add Totals for all Projects - 250.000 UNCLASSIFIED Defense Rapid Innovation Program PE 0604775D8Z: Volume 3B - 175 Page 1 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #102

254 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Exhibit R-2 , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / BA 4: / PE 0604775D8Z 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Defense Rapid Innovation Program Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Change Summary Explanation Congressional Add UNCLASSIFIED Defense Rapid Innovation Program PE 0604775D8Z: Volume 3B - 176 Page 2 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #102

255 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 4 Defense Rapid Innovation Program PE 0604775D8Z / Defense Rapid 0400 / 775 / Innovation Program FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 - Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 1,067.918 250.000 0.000 775: Defense Rapid Innovation Program - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY2017 and the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2017, provide the Department of Defense with authorities and funds to facilitate the rapid insertion of innovative technologies into military systems and programs. The purpose of the DoD-wide Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) program is to perform a solicitation, evaluation and award of contracts that support the aforementioned Congressional authorities and support the DoD goals of emphasis on rapid, responsive acquisition and engagement of small, innovative businesses in solving defense challenges. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 - 250.000 Congressional Add: Defense Rapid Innovation Fund FY 2017 Accomplishments: FY 2017Accomplishments: Funds will be used for research and development in the key areas defined by the Army, Navy, Air Force and various Agencies/Programs within the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Investments are targeted to defense requirements within the budget year of execution. The defense wide focus areas for the FY2017 Rapid Innovation Fund Program include: 1) Deliver near term, emerging technologies to enhance the capabilities for current military operations, e.g., for soldier force protection, for anti-access / area denial operations, or for other near-term solutions that improves ongoing support to the forces; 2) Innovative technologies that enhance the affordability of defense operations, e.g., reduce the cost and footprint of fielded weapon systems, extend system life of aging platforms, or improve interoperability for portable, modular scalable and secure systems; and 3) Develop and demonstrate breakthrough technologies for future military capabilities, e.g., assured communications in space and man-made environments, improved position, navigation, sensors and sensor processing in GPS-denied environments, or for countering unmanned air or underwater systems. FY 2017 funds will be distributed using a merit-based competitive process that considers the highest priority funding candidates across the military services (Army, Navy, Air Force), the 4th estate agencies, and key Combatant Commands. Preferences will be given to funding small business proposals through a competitive broad agency announcement process. Congressional Adds Subtotals - 250.000 UNCLASSIFIED Defense Rapid Innovation Program PE 0604775D8Z: Volume 3B - 177 R-1 Line #102 Page 3 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

256 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604775D8Z Defense Rapid Defense Rapid Innovation Program / 0400 / 4 775 / Innovation Program C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Each RIF project is evaluated at its conclusion based on two measures: 1) technical performance, or extent the RIF project is meeting its technical goals, with an assessment of cost, schedule, and deliverables against stated objectives; and 2) transition status, or the extent to which an acquisition program or customer has been identified and is participating in procuring the technology, assuming the RIF project is successful. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604775D8Z: Defense Rapid Innovation Program Volume 3B - 178 R-1 Line #102 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 7

257 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Defense Rapid Defense Rapid Innovation Program / 0400 / 4 775 PE 0604775D8Z Innovation Program Remarks The defense wide focus areas for the FY2017 Rapid Innovation Fund Program include: 1) Deliver near-term, emerging technologies to enhance the capabilities for current military operations; 2) Innovative technologies that enhance position, navigation, timing accuracies, improve targeting/delivery in GPS-denied environments and prevent exploitation of systems lost in denied areas (e.g., anti-tamper capabilities); 3) Develop and demonstrate breakthrough technologies for future military capabilities. FY2017 funds will be distributed evenly between the Services (Army, Navy, Air Force) and the fourth estate agencies. Established in Section 1073 of the FY 2011 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the Rapid Innovation Program is a competitive, merit-based program designed to accelerate the fielding of innovative technologies into military systems pursuant to Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) phase II projects, Technologies developed by the Department of Defense (DoD) laboratories and Other innovative technologies, including dual-use & Independent Research & Development (IRAD) technologies. The NDAA for FY2017makes permanent authority for the Defense Research and Development Rapid Innovation Program. There is a two-step competitive process for participation in the program. Industry is invited to submit white papers that meet the congressional and DoD criteria. Once those white papers have been reviewed the highest ranking white papers are selected and invited to submit full proposals for consideration (there is no guarantee of an award). Those full proposal go through a review and again the highest ranking full proposals are selected for negotiation and ultimately award. UNCLASSIFIED Defense Rapid Innovation Program PE 0604775D8Z: Volume 3B - 179 R-1 Line #102 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 5 of 7

258 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604775D8Z 775 Defense Rapid 0400 / 4 Defense Rapid Innovation Program / / Innovation Program UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604775D8Z: Defense Rapid Innovation Program Volume 3B - 180 Page 6 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #102

259 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Defense Rapid / Defense Rapid Innovation Program / 0400 / 4 775 PE 0604775D8Z Innovation Program Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Army, Navy, Air Force, Fourth Estate 4 2017 Army, Navy, Air Force, Fourth Estate 2 2017 UNCLASSIFIED Defense Rapid Innovation Program PE 0604775D8Z: Volume 3B - 181 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 7 of 7 R-1 Line #102

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261 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 4: PE 0303191D8Z / Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) Program Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide Advanced Component Development & Prototypes (ACD&P) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 8.456 2.633 2.902 3.104 - 3.104 3.191 3.237 3.284 3.346 Continuing Total Program Element 3.191 Continuing Continuing 3.346 3.284 3.237 3.104 - 3.104 8.456 2.633 2.902 192: Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) Program A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The JET Program supports the Defense Community in general with a particular emphasis on the communication requirements of Special Forces and Intelligence. Details of the program are classified. This program is funded under Budget Activity 4, Demonstration and Validation. FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 2.636 2.902 3.071 - 3.071 Current President's Budget 2.633 2.902 3.104 - 3.104 0.000 -0.003 Total Adjustments 0.033 - 0.033 • Congressional General Reductions - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - • Congressional Rescissions - - - - • Congressional Adds • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - 0.033 0.033 - • Program Adjustment -0.003 - Change Summary Explanation FY 2017: Program Adjustment -0.003 million. FY 2018: No change. FY2019: Program Adjustment 0.033 million. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) P... PE 0303191D8Z: Volume 3B - 183 R-1 Line #114 Page 1 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

262 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Joint Electromagnetic PE 0303191D8Z / / 0400 192 / Joint Electromagnetic Technology 4 Technology (JET) Program (JET) Program FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 3.346 3.284 3.237 3.104 Continuing Continuing 3.191 3.104 - 8.456 2.633 2.902 192: Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) Program - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The JET Program supports the Defense Community in general with a particular emphasis on the communication requirements of Special Forces and Intelligence. Details of the program are classified. This program is funded under Budget Activity 4, Demonstration and Validation. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 2.902 3.104 Title: JET Program Initiatives 2.633 FY 2018 Plans: Program Planning and Support FY 2019 Plans: Program Planning and Support FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Program Growth Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.633 2.902 3.104 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics - Numbers of operational field demonstrations. - Numbers of false-positive results. - Successful technology transfer to service component. - Number of service requirements satisfied. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0303191D8Z: Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) P... Volume 3B - 184 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 5 R-1 Line #114

263 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 0400 / 4 Joint Electromagnetic Technology PE 0303191D8Z / Joint Electromagnetic 192 Technology (JET) Program (JET) Program FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base OCO Contract Target Prior Total Method Performing Value of Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Complete Date Cost Contract Date Cost & Type Date Cost Cost Date Cost Activity & Location Technical Engineering Option/ 2.902 Continuing Various : Various 8.456 2.633 Jul 2018 Continuing Jul 2019 3.104 Jul 2019 - 3.104 - Services FFP Subtotal Continuing 3.104 - Continuing N/A 8.456 2.633 2.902 3.104 Target FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Prior Cost To Total Value of OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2018 Complete Cost Base Years Contract Project Cost Totals N/A Continuing Continuing - 3.104 8.456 2.633 2.902 3.104 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0303191D8Z: Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) P... Volume 3B - 185 Page 3 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #114

264 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Joint Electromagnetic Joint Electromagnetic Technology / / / 4 192 PE 0303191D8Z Technology (JET) Program (JET) Program UNCLASSIFIED PE 0303191D8Z: Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) P... Volume 3B - 186 R-1 Line #114 Page 4 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

265 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) 0400 / Joint Electromagnetic Technology PE 0303191D8Z / Joint Electromagnetic / 4 192 Technology (JET) Program (JET) Program Schedule Details End Start Year Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter *** SUBPROJECT TITLE *** FY18 Project Execution 1 2018 2 2019 2 1 FY19 Project Execution 2020 2019 2021 FY20 Project Execution 1 2020 2 FY21 Project Execution 1 2021 2 2022 2022 2023 1 2 FY22 Project Execution UNCLASSIFIED PE 0303191D8Z: Joint Electromagnetic Technology (JET) P... Volume 3B - 187 Page 5 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #114

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267 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide PE 0604161D8Z / Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear BA 5: 0400: Threats System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing Continuing 7.325 7.194 8.270 12.887 8.333 51.028 10.152 12.536 8.333 - Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 7.325 42.526 6.936 7.900 3.373 7.194 3.373 9.034 8.270 - 163: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security 0.000 0.000 0.000 4.960 Continuing Continuing 3.853 - 8.502 3.216 4.636 4.960 CNT Prevention SDD 042: Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $3.461 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) addresses the need to defend and deter against weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats and to safeguard personnel; prevent unauthorized access to equipment, installations, material, and documents; and to safeguard the foregoing against espionage, sabotage, damage, and theft. This program oversees advanced engineering development throughout DoD for an integrated and systemic RDT&E approach for countering nuclear threats and nuclear and conventional physical security technology and systems. The funding has been centralized in this Defense-wide PE since the early 1990s and represents a substantial portion of all DoD physical security RDT&E funding. Priorities for this PE RDT&E efforts are driven by inputs from Quadrennial Defense Review guidance, Combatant Command and Service requirements, analysis reports such as “Protecting the Force: Lessons from Fort Hood,” January 2010, the Integrated Unit, Base, and Installation Protection Cost Benefits Analysis, Multi-national Work Plans established through the Nuclear Security Summit process, and DoD Directive 5210.41, Security Policy for Protecting Nuclear Weapons-directed requirements and associated security deviation reports. Under this integrated approach, funds are used to provide system development and demonstration for the Department in seven capability areas: (1) Detection and Assessment; (2) Access Controls; (3) Installation and Transport Security; (4) Storage and Safeguards; (5) Prevention; (6) Decision Support Systems; and (7) Analytical Support. The program will develop systems that are producible, supportable, and affordable and to demonstrate system integration, interoperability, and utility prior to full-rate production. The projects under the PE become technology insertions into existing programs or advance to being a certified Commercial/Government off-the- shelf product. The PE initiatives are coordinated by the Physical Security Enterprise and Analysis Group. This group is responsible for avoiding duplication of effort and when applicable ensure systems integration and promote interoperability and sustainability. This PE can fund travel to support the requirements of this program. This appropriation will finance work, including manpower, performed by a government agency or by private individuals or organizations under a contractual or grant arrangement with the government who conduct research (systematic study directed toward fuller scientific knowledge or understanding of the subject studied), development (systematic use of the knowledge and understanding gained from research, for the production of useful materials, devices, systems, or methods, including the design and development of prototypes and processes) and test and evaluation efforts. UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 189 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #118 Page 1 of 18

268 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 5: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear 0400: PE 0604161D8Z / System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Threats FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Base FY 2019 Total FY 2018 FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 10.324 12.536 13.574 - 13.574 12.536 8.333 - Current President's Budget 10.152 8.333 -5.241 Total Adjustments -0.172 0.000 - -5.241 • Congressional General Reductions - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - - • Congressional Adds • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.159 - - • FFRDC -0.011 - - - -0.019 - - - -0.019 • FG Adjustment -0.002 - - - - • Cancelled Account Withold - • Internal Realignment - -1.682 - -1.682 • EA-008 Inflation Rate - - -0.079 - -0.079 -3.461 - - -3.461 - • INV-001 Under Execution Reduction Change Summary Explanation Internally realigned funding to this RDT&E Program Element to address additional advanced development for the Radiological Detection System UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 190 Page 2 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #118

269 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 Nuclear and Conventional Physical PE 0604161D8Z / Nuclear and 0400 / / 163 Security Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 7.194 8.270 6.936 Continuing Continuing 7.325 9.034 3.373 - 42.526 3.373 7.900 Nuclear and Conventional 163: Physical Security - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) addresses the need to defend and deter against weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats and to safeguard personnel; prevent unauthorized access to equipment, installations, material, and documents; and to safeguard the foregoing against espionage, sabotage, damage, and theft. This program oversees advanced engineering development throughout DoD for an integrated and systemic RDT&E approach for countering nuclear threats and nuclear and conventional physical security technology and systems. The funding has been centralized in this Defense-wide PE since the early 1990s and represents a substantial portion of all DoD physical security RDT&E funding. Priorities for this PE RDT&E efforts are driven by inputs from Quadrennial Defense Review guidance, Combatant Command and Service requirements, analysis reports such as “Protecting the Force: Lessons from Fort Hood,” January 2010, the Integrated Unit, Base, and Installation Protection Cost Benefits Analysis, Multi-national Work Plans established through the Nuclear Security Summit process, and DoD Directive 5210.41, Security Policy for Protecting Nuclear Weapons-directed requirements and associated security deviation reports. Under this integrated approach, funds are used to provide system development and demonstration for the Department in seven capability areas: (1) Detection and Assessment; (2) Access Controls; (3) Installation and Transport Security; (4) Storage and Safeguards; (5) Prevention; (6) Decision Support Systems; and (7) Analytical Support. The program will develop systems that are producible, supportable, and affordable and to demonstrate system integration, interoperability, and utility prior to full-rate production. The projects under the PE become technology insertions into existing programs or advance to being a certified Commercial/Government off-the- shelf product. The PE initiatives are coordinated by the Physical Security Enterprise and Analysis Group. This group is responsible for avoiding duplication of effort and when applicable ensure systems integration and promote interoperability and sustainability. This PE can fund travel to support the requirements of this program. This appropriation will finance work, including manpower, performed by a government agency or by private individuals or organizations under a contractual or grant arrangement with the government who conduct research (systematic study directed toward fuller scientific knowledge or understanding of the subject studied), development (systematic use of the knowledge and understanding gained from research, for the production of useful materials, devices, systems, or methods, including the design and development of prototypes and processes) and test and evaluation efforts. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Detection and Assessment 4.977 3.343 2.125 Title: UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 191 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 18 R-1 Line #118

270 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 163 0400 Nuclear and 5 / PE 0604161D8Z / Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 Description: The ability to detect an adversary and assess their intentions is a basic physical security tenant. This capability area will design equipment to identify and warn of unauthorized access to a specified area or installation as well as equipment related to the notification and identification of explosive threats or hazards. FY 2018 Plans: • Develop Linear Sensor System Development for Multi‐Threat Detection • Develop PL1N/PL1 Portable Intrusion Detection System FY 2019 Plans: • Develop Linear Sensor System Development for Multi‐Threat Detection • Develop PL1N/PL1 Portable Intrusion Detection System FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project cost vary from year to year 0.000 1.010 0.000 Title: Access Controls Description: Controlling access to safeguard personnel and their families and to prevent unauthorized access to critical infrastructure and materials is paramount. This capability area will focus on programs and processes related to the validity and verification of individuals entering or already within, a facility. FY 2018 Plans: • No current projects are being worked in this area FY 2019 Plans: • No current projects are being planned in this area FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project cost vary from year to year 0.000 0.400 Installation and Transport Security Title: 0.000 Description: Robust installation and transport security are vital to preventing a weapon of mass destruction attack or the unauthorized access to key assets such as nuclear weapons and special nuclear material. This capability area will focus on programs and equipment intended to improve the physical security profile of fixed sites and facilities, as well as critical items while in-transit. FY 2018 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 192 Page 4 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #118

271 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 163 0400 / Nuclear and 5 PE 0604161D8Z / Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 • No current projects are being worked in this area FY 2019 Plans: • No current projects are being planned in this area FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project cost vary from year to year 0.439 1.027 Prevention 0.660 Title: The security procedures taken to discourage an adversary from accessing weapons of mass destruction or gaining Description: unauthorized access to critical assets are at the heart of prevention. This capability area will focus on broad spectrum, generic efforts which have the ability to influence multiple areas. FY 2018 Plans: • Develop a counter Unmanned Underwater / Surface / Ground Vehicle technology roadmap FY 2019 Plans: • Continue to develop a counter Unmanned Underwater / Surface / Ground Vehicle technology roadmap FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project cost vary from year to year 0.000 - Title: 0.000 Storage and Safeguards Description: Properly securing critical assets to prevent access by unauthorized persons and implementing control measures that ensure access is limited to authorized persons is the foundation of physical security. This capability area will focus on equipment (e.g., locks, doors, etc.) designed to delay or stop unauthorized entry/access to a specified/localized area. FY 2018 Plans: • No current projects are being worked in this area FY 2019 Plans: • No current projects are being planned in this area FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: There were no changes 0.553 0.236 Decision Support Systems Title: 0.880 UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 193 Page 5 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #118

272 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 163 0400 Nuclear and 5 / PE 0604161D8Z / Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Decision support systems serve the management, operations, and planning levels of the DoD physical security Description: enterprise to help to make decisions, which may be rapidly changing and not easily specified in advance. This capability area will focus on command and control equipment and projects related to the creation and enhancement of common operating pictures, and the establishment of common architectures / interface standards. FY 2018 Plans: • Continue to develop Response Force Command, Control & Communications • Continue to develop C2 Enhanced Capability Suite FY 2019 Plans: • Continue to develop Response Force Command, Control & Communications • Continue to develop C2 Enhanced Capability Suite FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project cost vary from year to year 0.643 Analytical Support 0.573 1.343 Title: Description: This capability area will focus on studies related to physical security topics and operational and management efforts related to day-to-day activities of the DoD Physical Security Enterprise RDT&E Program. FY 2018 Plans: • Conduct physical security test and evaluation efforts • Provide DOD and industry the means to achieve PSE interoperability FY 2019 Plans: • Conduct physical security test and evaluation efforts • Provide DOD and industry the means to achieve PSE interoperability FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Projects and project cost vary from year to year Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 3.373 6.936 7.900 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 194 Page 6 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #118

273 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Nuclear and Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 0400 / 5 163 PE 0604161D8Z Security Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) Remarks NA D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics The program performance metrics are established/approved through the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Defense Programs / Nuclear Matters. The cost, schedule and technical progress of each project is reviewed at quarterly PSEAG. Performance variances are addressed and corrective action is implemented as necessary. UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 195 R-1 Line #118 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 7 of 18

274 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Nuclear and 0400 / PE 0604161D8Z 163 / Nuclear and Conventional Physical 5 Security Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) OCO Base Total FY 2018 FY 2017 Contract Target Value of Performing Method Prior Total Cost To Award Award Award Award Complete Date Cost Date Cost Date Date Cost Cost Cost Years Cost Activity & Location & Type Contract Cost Category Item National Information SPAWAR Atlantic : Various - Continuing - 0.474 0.235 - - - Continuing Charleston, SC Exchange Model - Various 0.285 - - - - - - - Various : Various Military Ocean Terminal Force Protection Cross- PEO IEW&S : Ft MIPR - - 0.466 - - - - Continuing Continuing Belvoir, VA Domain PEO IEW&S : Ft MIPR - - - 0.317 Tactical Security System - - - Continuing Continuing Belvoir, MD C2 Enhanced Capability SPAWAR Pacific : MIPR - Continuing - 0.650 - - - - Continuing Various Suite Foliage Penetration MIPR Various : Various - 0.187 - - - - Continuing Continuing - ESS Cyber Security Continuing - Continuing - - - - MIPR Various : Various - 0.261 Assessment Indoor Gunshot Detection SPAWAR Atlantic : - MIPR 0.427 0.497 - - - - - - System Charleston, SC Physical Security RDT&E Various : Various 42.526 0.205 1.993 - - - Continuing Continuing - Various SPAWAR Atlantic : MIPR - - - - 0.235 Interoperability Standards - - Continuing Continuing Charleston, SC EOD Tech Division : Trace Explosive Detection - MIPR - - 0.927 - - - - - System Improvement Indian Head, MD SPAWARSYSCEN Integrating MANTAS USA 0.250 MIPR Pacific : San Diego, - - - - - - - - with NUTR COP CA Continuing Continuing 1.169 - - - Detection & Assessment Various Various : Various - - 1.169 0.000 - Various : Various - - - Various - 0.000 Continuing Continuing Access Control - Storage & Safeguards Various Various : Various - - - 0.000 - 0.000 Continuing Continuing Continuing Continuing - 0.315 - Analytical Support Various Various : Various - - - 0.315 0.130 - Various : Various - - - Various - 0.130 Continuing Continuing Decision Support - Prevention Various Various : Various - - 0.241 - 0.241 Continuing Continuing - Installation & Transport - 0.000 Continuing 0.000 - - Various Various : Various - - Continuing Security UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 196 Page 8 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #118

275 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0604161D8Z / Nuclear and / Nuclear and Conventional Physical 5 163 / Security Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Total OCO Contract Target Method Value of Performing Total Prior Cost To Award Award Award Award Contract Cost Date Date Cost Cost Date Cost Years Complete Activity & Location Cost & Type Cost Category Item Cost Date Subtotal Continuing 3.272 1.855 - 42.526 4.137 Continuing N/A 1.855 Remarks NA FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO Total FY 2017 Base Contract Target Prior Value of Method Award Award Award Cost To Total Performing Award Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete & Type Cost Date Cost Contract SPAWAR Atlantic : PSEAG T&E - Continuing Continuing - - MIPR - 0.123 - 0.650 Charleston, SC Comparative Evaluation EOD Tech Division : of Man-Portable Mass - - - - 0.918 MIPR - - - - Indian Head, MD Spectrometry Explosive Detection Systems EOD Tech Division : MIPR - - - 0.978 Comparative Colorimetric - - - - - Indian Head, MD EOD Tech Division : Detection of Insensitive MIPR - - - 0.465 - - - - - Indian Head, MD Munitions Development, Test and Evaluation of System SPAWAR Atlantic : - - MIPR - - - 0.562 0.653 - - Charleston, SC Operations Audit and Recording Explosive Vapor Detection EOD Tech Division : MIPR - - - - 0.603 - - - - Indian Head, MD Test & Evaluation EOD Techg - - - Division : Indian - Raman Comparative MIPR - - 0.713 - - Head, MD Radiological Detection JPEO CBD : - - - - Sub Allot - - - - 0.248 Aberdeen, MD System UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 197 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 9 of 18 R-1 Line #118

276 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0604161D8Z / 5 Nuclear and Conventional Physical / / 163 Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Total Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Award Value of Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Cost Contract Targeted Trace System EOD Tech Division : - - - - - Test: Fido X4 and Road 0.457 MIPR - - - Indian Head, MD Runner NSWC Dahlgren Stand-Off Weapon Defeat Division : Dahlgren MIPR - - - - - - - - 1.057 IPT Division Multiple Performers : PSEAG Test & Evaluation - - - - MIPR - 1.518 Continuing Continuing 1.518 Multiple Performers Subtotal Continuing Continuing 1.518 - 1.518 3.763 - 3.664 N/A Remarks NA Target Cost To Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Complete Base Contract OCO Years Total FY 2017 Cost FY 2018 Project Cost Totals 6.936 N/A Continuing Continuing 42.526 3.373 7.900 3.373 - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 198 R-1 Line #118 Page 10 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

277 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Nuclear and Nuclear and Conventional Physical / / / 5 163 PE 0604161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 199 R-1 Line #118 Page 11 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

278 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 Nuclear and PE 0604161D8Z / Nuclear and Conventional Physical / 163 0400 Conventional Physical Security/Countering Security Nuclear Threats Schedule Details End Start Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Detection & Assessment 2012 2023 4 1 Detection & Assessment Decision Support 1 2012 4 2023 Decision Support Storage & Safeguards Storage & Safeguards 1 2012 4 2023 Installation & Transport Security 1 2023 4 Installation & transport Security 2012 Prevention 2023 Prevention 1 2012 4 Access Control Access Control 1 2012 4 2023 Analytical Support Analytical Support 2018 2023 4 4 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 200 Page 12 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #118

279 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 CNT Prevention SDD PE 0604161D8Z / Nuclear and 0400 / / 042 Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 0.000 0.000 0.000 - Continuing Continuing 3.853 4.960 8.502 3.216 4.636 4.960 042: CNT Prevention SDD - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Establish a Defense-wide Countering Nuclear Threats (CNT) Materiel Development Program focused on prevention. Addresses capability gaps identified by Services, Combatant Commands, and Joint Staff. The CNT acquisition strategy directly applies to Joint requirements for CNT materiel development and addresses the materiel and sustainment gaps for general purpose Joint Forces including the US Army 20th Support Command / Navy Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure / Technical Support Groups (NIMBLE ELDER and the US Special Operations Command). B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 3.216 Title: CNT Rad/Nuc Passive Defense 4.636 4.960 Advanced Development of Joint Radiological and Nuclear passive defense systems (i.e. Radiological Detection Description: System and the Joint Personal Dosimeter). The Radiological Detection System will provide a ruggedized Radiation Detection, Indication, and Computation for real time gamma radiation monitoring and low energy x-ray, beta, alpha, and neutron detection. The Joint Personal Dosimeter will provide a joint solution to increase capability and reduce life-cycle costs. Both systems will address Operation TOMODACHI (response to Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant incident) lessons learned for common, interoperable equipment with adequate sensitivity and common units of measure. FY 2018 Plans: Complete the development of Joint Radiological and Nuclear passive defense systems (i.e. Radiological Detection System and the Joint Personal Dosimeter) FY 2019 Plans: Complete the development of Joint Radiological and Nuclear passive defense systems (i.e. Radiological Detection System) FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: No change Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 3.216 4.960 4.636 UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 201 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 13 of 18 R-1 Line #118

280 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604161D8Z Nuclear and CNT Prevention SDD / 0400 / 5 042 / Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics The program performance metrics are established/approved through the Countering Nuclear Threats Program Manager. The cost, schedule and technical progress is reviewed on a quarterly basis. Performance variances are addressed and corrective action(s) is(are) implemented as necessary. UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 202 R-1 Line #118 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 14 of 18

281 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) 042 / 0400 / CNT Prevention SDD PE 0604161D8Z 5 / Nuclear and Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Base Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Value of Award Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Cost Contract Radiological Detection JPEO CBD : - - - Continuing Continuing 4.636 Sub Allot - 0.867 1.034 Aberdeen, MD System JPEO CBD : Sub Allot - Joint Personal Dosimeter 7.468 2.349 - - - - Continuing Continuing Aberdeen, MD 4.960 TBD TBD : TBD - - - Prevent Nuclear Threats - 4.960 Continuing Continuing - Subtotal Continuing 4.960 - 4.960 N/A Continuing 8.502 3.216 4.636 Remarks NA Target Cost To Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Complete Base Contract OCO Years Total FY 2017 Cost FY 2018 Project Cost Totals 3.216 N/A Continuing Continuing 8.502 4.960 4.636 4.960 - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 203 R-1 Line #118 Page 15 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

282 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Nuclear and CNT Prevention SDD / / / 5 042 PE 0604161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 204 R-1 Line #118 Page 16 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

283 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Nuclear and CNT Prevention SDD / / / 5 042 PE 0604161D8Z Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604161D8Z: Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... Volume 3B - 205 R-1 Line #118 Page 17 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

284 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) CNT Prevention SDD / 042 0400 / 5 Nuclear and PE 0604161D8Z / Conventional Physical Security/Countering Nuclear Threats Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Radiological Detection System 1 2018 2020 4 Radiological Detection System Joint Personal Dosimeter 4 Joint Personal Dosimeter 2014 1 2018 Prevent Nuclear Threats 2023 1 Prevent Nuclear Threats 2019 4 UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear and Conventional Physical Securi... PE 0604161D8Z: Volume 3B - 206 Page 18 of 18 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #118

285 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike Capability Development Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 1,073.276 161.100 201.749 263.414 0.000 263.414 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing Total Program Element 263.414 Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 263.414 1.000 373.741 2.000 164: Hypersonic Glide Experiment and Concepts Demonstration Support Continuing 0.000 0.000 562.701 153.810 Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 197.440 Alternate Re-Entry System/ 166: Warhead Engineering 0.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 62.446 2.000 0.000 0.000 Test Range Development 167: Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 74.388 3.290 3.309 0.000 OSD CPGS Studies 168: Note FY17 P168 reduced from 3,290 to 3,264 for reduction tax to pay for cancelled accounts in WHS. Conventional Prompt Strike program and funding transfers to the Navy, PE 0604659N, starting in FY20. Additional information is classified. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) was established to develop and demonstrate technologies and applications that advance conventional prompt global strike (CPGS) warfighting capabilities. The program uses a national team with participation from the Services, Agencies, national research laboratories, and further involvement of competitive industry. Program emphasis is on demonstrating component and subsystem technology maturity with risk reduction initiatives highlighted by flight tests. The program funds the design, development, and experimentation of boosters, payload delivery vehicles (PDVs), non-nuclear warheads, thermal protection systems, guidance systems, test range modernization, and mission planning and enabling capabilities. To support these development activities, the program procures modeling and simulation capabilities, ground testing, command and control interfaces, test range support, and launch system infrastructure. Additionally, expert resources address strategic policy and treaty issues. Program timing will be driven by the outcome of flight and ground test events as well as DoD budgets. In FY 2018, as in previous years, funding for the individual Service initiatives will be contingent upon their abilities to execute and achieve satisfactory progress towards project goals as determined by the CPGS portfolio manager. UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 207 R-1 Line #119 Page 1 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

286 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: / / BA 5: PE 0604165D8Z Prompt Global Strike Capability Development System Development & Demonstration (SDD) FY 2019 Total FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Base FY 2017 FY 2018 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 218.833 181.303 201.749 218.833 0.000 Previous President's Budget Current President's Budget 161.100 201.749 263.414 0.000 263.414 44.581 44.581 0.000 Total Adjustments -20.203 0.000 - • Congressional General Reductions -20.000 - - • Congressional Directed Reductions • Congressional Rescissions - - - - • Congressional Adds • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - -0.177 - - - - • FFRDC Reduction - • Reduction Tax for Cancelled Accounts in -0.026 - - - WHS • Economic Adjustment -1.450 -1.450 - - - - 46.031 46.031 - • CPS Program Increase - Change Summary Explanation CPGS program funding aligned with CPGS program plan. $26K reduction tax to pay for cancelled accounts in WHS. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 208 Page 2 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

287 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Prompt Global Strike PE 0604165D8Z / / 0400 164 / Hypersonic Glide Experiment and 5 Capability Development Concepts Demonstration Support FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 0.000 0.000 0.000 263.414 Continuing Continuing 0.000 263.414 0.000 1.000 373.741 2.000 Hypersonic Glide 164: Experiment and Concepts Demonstration Support - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) was established to develop and demonstrate technologies and applications that advance conventional prompt global strike (CPGS) warfighting capabilities. The program uses a national team with participation from the Services, Agencies, national research laboratories, and further involvement of competitive industry. Program emphasis is on demonstrating component and subsystem technology maturity with risk reduction initiatives highlighted by flight tests. The program funds the design, development, and experimentation of boosters, payload delivery vehicles (PDVs), non-nuclear warheads, thermal protection systems, guidance systems, test range modernization, and mission planning and enabling capabilities. To support these development activities, the program procures modeling and simulation capabilities, ground testing, command and control interfaces, test range support, and launch system infrastructure. Additionally, expert resources address strategic policy and treaty issues. Program timing will be driven by the outcome of flight and ground test events as well as DoD budgets. In FY 2018, as in previous years, funding for the individual Service initiatives will be contingent upon their abilities to execute and achieve satisfactory progress towards project goals as determined by the CPGS portfolio manager. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 2.000 263.414 1.000 Title: Hypersonic Glide Experiments and Concept Demonstration Development/Support Description: This sub-project develops technologies and applications that could lead to a system with the following characteristics: effects on targets in a very short-period of time from execution order; non-ballistic flight over the majority of the flight path; positive control from launch to impact; adequate cross-range/ maneuverability to avoid overflight issues; controlled stage drop over Broad Ocean Area. This sub-project also oversees development of non-nuclear warhead technologies to defeat time-sensitive targets for near and longer-term CPGS applications. The technologies developed will have cross-Service and cross-concept applicability and will be developed through close coordination among DoD components. This activity will support both ground and flight tests, and provide all national data to inform a potential acquisition program. FY 2018 Plans: - Conduct trade studies to evaluate system alternatives, affordability, end-to-end system concepts that will study a weaponized integrated system complete with system architecture, and industrial manufacturing readiness - Continue aerodynamic and weapon risk reduction and technology maturation efforts through ground and wind tunnel tests to improve modeling and simulation capabilities and technology readiness, assessing readiness to conducted integrated penetrator component technology tests UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 209 R-1 Line #119 Page 3 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

288 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Prompt Global Strike / / 164 0400 / 5 Hypersonic Glide Experiment and PE 0604165D8Z Capability Development Concepts Demonstration Support B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 - Continue Systems Engineering support to CPGS program and acquisition. Apply support to Integrated Product Teams to facilitate judgments of feasibility and risks of all CPGS concepts. Continue to support outreach and strategic messaging to entire CPGS community and COCOMs. FY 2019 Plans: N/A FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: All of FY2019 funding will be allotted to P166, Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead Engineering. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.000 1.000 263.414 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 210 Page 4 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

289 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 0400 PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike Hypersonic Glide Experiment and 164 / / Capability Development Concepts Demonstration Support FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Total Target Contract Value of Total Cost To Award Award Award Method Award Performing Prior Cost Activity & Location & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Years Date Cost Contract Date Cost Cost Complete Army Space and Missile Defense Hypersonic Glide Center/Navy N/A Continuing Experiment and Concept 1.000 Allot Continuing 263.414 - 2.000 373.741 263.414 Strategic Systems Development Support Program : Huntsville AL/Washington DC Subtotal - 373.741 2.000 1.000 263.414 263.414 Continuing Continuing N/A Remarks NA Target FY 2019 Total Value of FY 2019 Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2018 Base OCO FY 2017 Total Years Complete Cost Contract Project Cost Totals Continuing 263.414 N/A Continuing 373.741 2.000 1.000 263.414 - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 211 R-1 Line #119 Page 5 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

290 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 Prompt Global Strike PE 0604165D8Z / 0400 Hypersonic Glide Experiment and / 164 / Capability Development Concepts Demonstration Support FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 2 1 4 1 4 3 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Hypersonic Glide Experiment and Concepts Demonstration Support Trade Studies Aerodynamic & Weapon Risk Reduction System Engineer Support UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 212 R-1 Line #119 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 6 of 24

291 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 164 0400 / 5 Hypersonic Glide Experiment and PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike Concepts Demonstration Support Capability Development Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Hypersonic Glide Experiment and Concepts Demonstration Support Trade Studies 2018 4 2018 1 1 2018 Aerodynamic & Weapon Risk Reduction 2017 4 1 2018 System Engineer Support 4 2017 UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 213 Page 7 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

292 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Prompt Global Strike PE 0604165D8Z / / 0400 166 / Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead 5 Capability Development Engineering FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 562.701 153.810 197.440 166: Alternate Re-Entry System/ Warhead Engineering - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) was established to develop and demonstrate technologies and applications that advance conventional prompt global strike (CPGS) warfighting capabilities. The program uses a national team with participation from the Services, Agencies, national research laboratories, and further involvement of industry. Program emphasis is on demonstrating component and subsystem technology maturity with risk reduction initiatives highlighted by flight tests. The program funds the design, development, and experimentation of boosters, payload delivery vehicles (PDVs), non-nuclear warheads, thermal protection systems, guidance systems, test range modernization, and mission planning and enabling capabilities. To support these development activities, the program procures modeling and simulation capabilities, ground testing, command and control interfaces, test range support, and launch system infrastructure. Additionally, expert resources address strategic policy and treaty issues. Program timing will be driven by the outcome of flight and ground test events as well as DoD budgets. In FY 2018, as in previous years, funding for the individual Service initiatives will be contingent upon their abilities to execute and achieve satisfactory progress towards project goals as determined by the CPGS portfolio manager. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 197.440 153.810 0.000 Title: Alternative Re-Entry System/Warhead Engineering and Delivery Vehicle Options/Development Description: This sub-project will test and evaluate alternative booster and delivery vehicle options and will assess the feasibility of producing an affordable solution to fill the CPGS capability gap. It will mature technologies that could lead to advanced systems with the following characteristics: effects on targets in a very short-period of time from execution order; non-ballistic flight over the majority of the flight path; positive control from launch to impact; adequate cross-range/maneuverability to avoid over flight issues; and controlled stage drop over Broad Ocean Area. The technologies developed will have cross-Service and cross-concept applicability and will be developed through close coordination among DoD components. This activity will support both ground and flight tests, and provide all national data to inform a potential acquisition program. FY 2018 Plans: - Finalize testing of Hypersonic Glide Body and Booster to be used in FE-1,and begin manufacturing and testing of Hypersonic Glide Booster to be used in FE-2 - Continue intermediate range objective technology booster development for FE-3 with competitive industry; to include hardware procurement and fabrication - Support development of future flight test systems for CPGS concepts as required UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 214 R-1 Line #119 Page 8 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

293 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead / 166 Prompt Global Strike / 5 0400 PE 0604165D8Z / Capability Development Engineering B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Update the Technology Development Strategy and system engineering documentation based on updated CPGS engineering and test data, trade studies, and on-going risk reduction/technology development efforts FY 2019 Plans: - Continue the manufacturing and testing of Hypersonic Glide Body and Booster to be used in FE-2 - Begin manufacturing and testing of Hypersonic Glide Body to be used in FE-3 - Continue intermediate range objective technology booster development for FE-3 with competitive industry; to include hardware procurement and fabrication - Support development of future flight test systems for CPGS concepts as required - Continue studies for future system development to examine cost, lethality, aerodynamic and thermal characteristics, command and control, operational aspects, and technology integrated product teams - Update the Technology Development Strategy and system engineering documentation based on updated CPGS engineering and test data, trade studies, and on-going risk reduction/technology development efforts - Conduct trade studies to evaluate system alternatives, affordability, end-to-end system concepts that will study a weaponized integrated system complete with system architecture, and industrial manufacturing readiness - Continue aerodynamic and weapon risk reduction and technology maturation efforts through ground and wind tunnel tests to improve modeling and simulation capabilities and technology readiness, assessing readiness to conducted integrated penetrator component technology tests - Continue Systems Engineering support to CPGS program and acquisition. Apply support to Integrated Product Teams to facilitate judgments of feasibility and risks of all CPGS concepts. Continue to support outreach and strategic messaging to entire CPGS community and COCOMs - Continue to support test range infrastructure for long term use - Continue studies for future system development to examine cost, lethality, aerodynamic and thermal characteristics, command and control, operational aspects, and technology integrated product teams FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: All of FY2019 funding will be allotted to P166, Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead Engineering. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 153.810 0.000 197.440 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 215 Page 9 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

294 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 5 Prompt Global Strike Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead / 0400 / / 166 PE 0604165D8Z Capability Development Engineering D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 216 R-1 Line #119 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 10 of 24

295 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 0400 / 5 Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike 166 Capability Development Engineering FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base OCO Contract Target Prior Total Method Performing Value of Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Complete Date Cost Cost Date Cost & Type Date Cost Contract Date Cost Activity & Location Army Space and Alternative Reentry Missile Defense System/Warhead Center/Navy Allot - Engineering and Continuing 0.000 Continuing 0.000 562.701 153.810 197.440 0.000 Strategic Systems Delivery Vehicle Options/ Program : Huntsville Development AL/Washington DC Subtotal 0.000 Continuing 0.000 Continuing N/A 562.701 153.810 197.440 0.000 Remarks NA Target Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Value of FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Complete OCO Cost Base Years Contract Project Cost Totals Continuing 0.000 0.000 N/A Continuing 562.701 153.810 197.440 0.000 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 217 Page 11 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

296 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Prompt Global Strike Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead / / / 5 166 PE 0604165D8Z Capability Development Engineering UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 218 R-1 Line #119 Page 12 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

297 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Prompt Global Strike Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead / / / 5 166 PE 0604165D8Z Capability Development Engineering UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 219 R-1 Line #119 Page 13 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

298 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Prompt Global Strike Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead / / / 5 166 PE 0604165D8Z Capability Development Engineering UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 220 R-1 Line #119 Page 14 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

299 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Prompt Global Strike / Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead / 0400 / 5 166 PE 0604165D8Z Capability Development Engineering Schedule Details Start End Quarter Year Quarter Year Events 1 Navy Flight Experiment 1 2017 4 2017 2017 Navy Flight Experiment 2 4 4 2020 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 221 Page 15 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

300 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 Test Range Development PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike 0400 / 167 / Capability Development FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 0.000 62.446 2.000 0.000 0.000 Test Range Development 167: - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) was established to develop and demonstrate technologies and applications that advance conventional prompt global strike (CPGS) warfighting capabilities. The program uses a national team with participation from the Services, Agencies, national research laboratories, and further involvement of industry. Program emphasis is on demonstrating component and subsystem technology maturity with risk reduction initiatives highlighted by flight tests. The program funds the design, development, and experimentation of boosters, payload delivery vehicles (PDVs), non-nuclear warheads, thermal protection systems, guidance systems, test range modernization, and mission planning and enabling capabilities. To support these development activities, the program procures modeling and simulation capabilities, ground testing, command and control interfaces, test range support, and launch system infrastructure. Additionally, expert resources address strategic policy and treaty issues. Program timing will be driven by the outcome of flight and ground test events as well as DoD budgets. In FY 2018, as in previous years, funding for the individual Service initiatives will be contingent upon their abilities to execute and achieve satisfactory progress towards project goals as determined by the CPGS portfolio manager. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - - 2.000 Title: Test Range Development Description: This sub-project will complete design, assembly and delivery of power/telemetry subsystems; assemble and integrate components to check command/control and verify range safety functions. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals - 2.000 - C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 222 R-1 Line #119 Page 16 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

301 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Test Range Development / 0400 / 167 5 PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike Capability Development FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Total OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Target Contract Award Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Value of Cost Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Contract Army Space and Missile Defense Center/Navy - N/A Test Range Development Allot - Continuing Continuing - - 2.000 62.446 Strategic Systems Program : Huntsville AL/Washington DC Subtotal - 2.000 - N/A 62.446 - Continuing Continuing - Target Value of Total Cost To FY 2019 Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2018 Base Years OCO Total Complete Cost FY 2017 Contract Project Cost Totals N/A - Continuing Continuing - 62.446 2.000 0.000 - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 223 Page 17 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

302 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Test Range Development 0400 PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike / / 167 5 Capability Development FY 2022 FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2023 FY 2017 4 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 Power/Telemetry Subsystem Power/Telemetry Subsystem UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 224 Page 18 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

303 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Prompt Global Strike / Test Range Development / 0400 / 5 167 PE 0604165D8Z Capability Development Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Power/Telemetry Subsystem 4 2017 Power/Telemetry Subsystem 1 2017 UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 225 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 19 of 24 R-1 Line #119

304 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 OSD CPGS Studies PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike 0400 / 168 / Capability Development FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 0.000 74.388 3.290 3.309 0.000 OSD CPGS Studies 168: - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) was established to develop and demonstrate technologies and applications that advance conventional prompt global strike (CPGS) warfighting capabilities. The program uses a national team with participation from the Services, Agencies, national research laboratories, and further involvement of industry. Program emphasis is on demonstrating component and subsystem technology maturity with risk reduction initiatives highlighted by flight tests. The program funds the design, development, and experimentation of boosters, payload delivery vehicles (PDVs), non-nuclear warheads, thermal protection systems, guidance systems, test range modernization, and mission planning and enabling capabilities. To support these development activities, the program procures modeling and simulation capabilities, ground testing, command and control interfaces, test range support, and launch system infrastructure. Additionally, expert resources address strategic policy and treaty issues. Program timing will be driven by the outcome of flight and ground test events as well as DoD budgets. In FY 2018, as in previous years, funding for the individual Service initiatives will be contingent upon their abilities to execute and achieve satisfactory progress towards project goals as determined by the CPGS portfolio manager. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 OSD CPGS Studies 3.309 3.290 Title: - Description: This sub-project supports emergent CPGS study efforts. In addition, it supports the application of the Prompt Global Strike Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) results and any AoA updates; requirements development; CPGS basing alternatives; analysis and defining of mission enabling technologies; and measures to avoid conventional missile launch ambiguity with nuclear weapon systems. Finally, it supports administrative activities associated with the management and execution of this Program Element. FY 2018 Plans: - Continue cost assessment studies for future system development - Continue lethality and warhead fuzing studies - Continue thermal and aerodynamic modeling and simulation - Continue senior steering group panel review and strategic messaging activities - Conduct command, control, and operational overlay exercises in parallel with CPGS flight tests - Continue program management reviews, ground test status and planning summits, and administrative support of ground test integrated product teams FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: All of FY2019 funding will be allotted to P166, Alternate Re-Entry System/Warhead Engineering. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals - 3.290 3.309 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 226 R-1 Line #119 Page 20 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

305 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / OSD CPGS Studies 0400 / 5 / PE 0604165D8Z 168 Prompt Global Strike Capability Development C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 227 Page 21 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

306 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 Prompt Global Strike PE 0604165D8Z / OSD CPGS Studies / 0400 168 Capability Development FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base Total FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Target Contract Award Value of Total Cost To Award Award Method Award Performing Prior Activity & Location Years & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Contract Cost Army Space and Missile Defense Center/Navy Allot - Continuing Continuing 74.388 3.290 OSD CPGS Studies - - - 3.309 Strategic Systems Program : Huntsville AL/Washington DC Subtotal - N/A Continuing Continuing - 74.388 - 3.290 3.309 Remarks NA Target Prior Total Value of FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total Contract Base Complete OCO Years Cost FY 2017 FY 2018 Project Cost Totals 3.290 Continuing - Continuing 74.388 N/A 3.309 - - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 228 R-1 Line #119 Page 22 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

307 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) OSD CPGS Studies 0400 PE 0604165D8Z / Prompt Global Strike / / 168 5 Capability Development FY 2022 FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2023 FY 2017 4 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 Emergent CPS Studies Emergent CPS Studies UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604165D8Z: Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... Volume 3B - 229 Page 23 of 24 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #119

308 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Prompt Global Strike / OSD CPGS Studies / 0400 / 5 168 PE 0604165D8Z Capability Development Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Emergent CPS Studies 4 2018 Emergent CPS Studies 1 2017 UNCLASSIFIED Prompt Global Strike Capability Developm... PE 0604165D8Z: Volume 3B - 230 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 24 of 24 R-1 Line #119

309 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0604771D8Z / Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 85.379 15.691 15.358 19.503 - 19.503 26.514 16.003 14.527 14.793 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 11.793 81.454 11.196 12.358 9.503 11.527 9.503 13.940 11.287 - 771: Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) Transformation 3.000 3.000 12.574 4.716 Continuing Continuing 10.000 - 10.000 3.925 4.495 3.000 105: Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Mission Description and Budget Item Justification: The JTIDS program supports collaborative efforts to achieve strategy-driven capability development spanning the suite of Department enablers to include Communications and Networks, Cyber, Command and Control (C2), Non-Intel Space and Business Systems. These efforts include conducting mission informed capability-based analysis; portfolio assessments to include analyzing modernization trends that result in the development of roadmaps or business area strategies that support balanced investment decisions; and monitoring and assessing Major Defense Acquisition Programs(MDAPs) , Major Automated Information Systems (MAIS), and defense Business Systems in a capability portfolio context. Activities in the JTIDS project are divided into four areas: (1) mission informed capability-based analysis; (2) Interoperability & Integration; (3) roadmap development and support to business area strategies; and (4) support tools and guidance. JTIDS also enables cross-department collaboration to enable enterprise-wide approaches. This includes: (1) vertical and horizontal integration activities within the Department and with the interagency where appropriate; (2) engaging in a coordinated portfolio-based approach to planning, programming, budgeting and execution; and (3) reform efforts at the legislative, governance, management and execution levels. JTIDS is focused on capabilities-based portfolio management of the Department's key enablers, thus there are many shared equities with in ASD(A) and across OSD. To fully meet mission need the JTIDS program supports extensive collaboration with required alliances and with other OSD PSA's for Communications and Networks, C2, Non-Intel Space and Business Systems. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 13.953 16.288 15.358 13.953 - Previous President's Budget Current President's Budget 15.691 15.358 19.503 - 19.503 5.550 - 5.550 0.000 -0.597 Total Adjustments - - • Congressional General Reductions - • Congressional Directed Reductions - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - - - • Congressional Directed Transfers -0.579 • Reprogrammings - - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - • FFRDC Reduction -0.018 - - - • Economic adjustment - - -0.160 - -0.160 - -4.290 - -4.290 • Other Program Adjustments - UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604771D8Z: Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... Volume 3B - 231 R-1 Line #121 Page 1 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

310 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity PE 0604771D8Z BA 5: / Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) - 10.000 - 10.000 - • Program Adjustment Change Summary Explanation FY19 Program Adjustment - Funds added to conduct cyber vulnerability assessments of critical DoD infrastructure in accordance with direction in Section 1650 of the FY 2017 NDAA. Funds rephase from FY19 to FY20 and FY21 to aid in increasing program execution rates closer to the DoD benchmarks. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 232 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 22 R-1 Line #121

311 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Joint Tactical Information PE 0604771D8Z / / 0400 771 / Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) 5 Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 11.793 11.527 11.287 - Continuing Continuing 13.940 9.503 9.503 81.454 11.196 12.358 771: Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) Transformation - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Funds will be used to provide technical and systems engineering, acquisition assistance and management oversight of critical Command, Control, Communications (C3), non-intelligence space, and cyber programs, projects and activities to maximize the return on investment in information technology resources and assist programs to be successful as the Department migrates to a structure implementing Joint Information Environment (JIE) technical standards. The Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS) funding fulfills the Department's requirement for joint and combined network-enabled tactical data link (TDL) capabilities, netcentric/JIE communications which comply to standards for interoperability and seamless integration with joint communication systems as well as the mission functionality that uses these systems. Also, these funds underwrite assessment of design and procurement and execution correction of critical information systems from initial definition through development to successfully delivered configurations. Funds provide expertise supporting technical oversight of design, performance and cost parameters of key Defense IT and National Security Systems and supporting infrastructure including critical cyber assessments. Resources in this program fund architecture design and development, portfolio management, enterprise-wide systems engineering and operational impact analyses related to C3, non-intelligence space, and cyber activities. Typical deliverables associated with the instantiation of net-centric capabilities for these mission areas include network and vulnerability assessments, migration plans, investment strategies, architectures, roadmaps and technical guidance documentation. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Common Joint Tactical Information Initiatives 12.358 11.196 Title: 9.503 FY 2018 Plans: - Common Data Link (CDL) Principal Staff Assistant: Continue to coordinate with CDL Executive Agent (EA) to develop and maintain a technology roadmap and terminal database to improve interoperability, configuration management, and focused technology investments. Continue implementation and oversight of an enterprise transition strategy to modernize DoD ISR waveforms to converge on a DoD standard for tactical ISR communications. Assess CDL EA plans to invest in a Common Development Environment to improve development cycles leading to new capabilities for the warfighter. Update CDL technology development roadmap to reflect current trends in technology that can add enhanced capabilities to CDL systems. Continue planning and conduct of CDL SRP and IPT meetings to develop and refine the CDL investment portfolio and to identify strategic ISR communications issues the DoD will face in the future. Conduct analysis of Airborne ISR communications transport infrastructure in coordination with Joint Staff, Services and Combatant Commands in order to identify a way ahead for establishing an effective/efficient global enterprise capability. Continue efforts to reduce CDL barriers to competition begun in FY17. - Acquisition Management and Oversight: Provided technical assistance in developing and applying IT related acquisition policy, including updates to DoD Series 5000 necessitated by changes in statue, regulation and management direction. Provided UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604771D8Z: Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... Volume 3B - 233 R-1 Line #121 Page 3 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

312 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) / 771 Joint Tactical Information / 5 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 technical assessments and programmatic recommendations across DASD functional areas to address interoperability and work early in the systems engineering process to address risk areas. - FAB-T: Support IOT&E execution. Work to assure the program has a successful ground transportable and airborne new antenna production decision. Continue to support PNVC integration and test. Provide risk assessments of system integration into the various airborne, ground fixed and ground transportable systems prior to installation. Support implementation of additional reliability testing to provide increased data for program acquisition and operational decisions. - Wideband SATCOM AoA: Conduct AoA plan assessing material solutions for WGS replenishment and for supporting other traditional commercial supplied users considering life-cycle cost, performance, suitability, operational effectiveness, and resiliency. Support implementation and execution of the AoA plan including Senior Advisory Group meetings and evaluation of the space and control segments with associated user terminals for contested and benign operating environments. - Evolved AEHF / AEHF: Provide programmatic analysis, technical reviews, and assessments of the Evolved AEHF and AEHF programs to reduce development, integration, and procurement risks. Provide risk assessments as the program continues to launch spacecraft and improve the Mission Planning Element. Work to support efforts for the Evolved AEHF and assess implementation of XDR and PTW waveforms on new satellite payload and bus. - Mid-Term Polar SATCOM (MPS) / EPS: Provide programmatic analysis, technical reviews, and assessments of the MPS and EPS programs to reduce development, integration, and procurement risks. Assess risk as the TT&C system is integrated and tested prior to operations. Work to support and assess efforts for the follow-on MPS system, whether a hosted payload or a free flyer National Leadership Command Capability (NLCC): Continue in lead role as primary action office for AT&L in his role as co-chair of the Council on Oversight of the National Leadership Command, Control, and Communications System (CONLC3S). Work directly with the Executive Secretariat (DOD CIO) to oversee all aspects of preparation and conduct of CONLC3S meetings, as well as the EMB, SSG, and subordinate working groups that prepare/tee up decisions for the CONLC3S and execute assigned actions. Continue as primary AT&L action office to respond to NLCC-related congressionally directed actions. Continue as primary AT&L action office for NLCC-related GAO and DoD IG audits. Serve as primary AT&L representative to NLCC-related studies, analyses, & policy updates. Also lead review process for any NLCC related documents. - ISPAN Increment 4: Continue to provide acquisition oversight to assure successful FDD. Support Production & Deployment execution to assure successful Full Deployment. - ISPAN Increment 5: Continue to support Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction (MRR) execution to assure successful E&MD decision. - MUOS capable terminals: Provide analysis, technical assessments and fielding reviews for implementing the MUOS capability. Work to support the certification of ground, maritime and airborne terminals, and testing required to enable operational authorizations. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 234 Page 4 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

313 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) / 771 Joint Tactical Information / 5 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Joint Tactical Networking Center (JTNC) JTRS: Provide technical and programmatic analysis to support the Defense Acquisition Executive's role as the co-chair of the JTNC Board of Directors (BoD). Facilitate and coordinate staffing and approval of the annual JTNC Management Plan. Provide Secretariat functions for the JTNC BoD. - All former JTRS(HMS, MNVR, AMF)Programs - Provide assessments of program compliance with IT related acquisition policy, in accordance with DoD Series 5000 and applicable senior management direction. Assess readiness for major acquisition program milestone reviews, to include adequate documentation of compliance with statute/regulation/policy associated with acquisition program oversight. Provide programmatic recommendations regarding cost/schedule/performance tradeoffs. - Mid-Tier Networking Vehicular Radio (MNVR) JTRS: Assess the MNVR program to include the risk of vendor selected radios (Modified Non-Developmental Item). Conduct independent technical reviews and recommend program performance improvement options to meet cost, schedule and performance objectives. Provide a technical assessment of full and open competition process for MNVR radios. - Provide assessments of DoD Business System programs with related acquisition policy, in accordance with DoD Series 5000 and applicable senior management direction. Assess readiness for major acquisition program milestone reviews, to include adequate documentation of compliance with statute/regulation/policy associated with acquisition program oversight. Provide programmatic recommendations regarding cost/schedule/ performance tradeoffs. - Ground Tactical Networks Advanced Capabilities: Mature narrowband dismounted communications capability with radio hardware prototype, robust modeling and simulation, and reusable waveform software code. Form industry engagement to promote transition into non-developmental item radios. - Integrated Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO): Track implementation of iEMSO strategy in radio and EW device development plans. Assess and down-select technical interoperability and architectural approaches. Ensure adequate funding and testing to assess maturity of solutions. Develop science and technology roadmap to synchronize transition of key technologies to programs of record for spectrum-dependent systems. FY17 work will focus will focus on selected sensor and electronic warfare systems and continue work on communications systems. - Electronic Warfare: Maintain situational awareness of and contribute to evolving DoD and Service electronic warfare strategy, and in conjunction with Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations efforts, assist in coordinating development of new and integrated enterprise capabilities. - Tactical Data Link Modernization: Provide OSD oversight and cross-Service coordination of Tactical Data Link (TDL) modernization issues funded during FY16 Third Offset (3OS) Issue Team ($200M over FYDP, starting FY18). Identify areas where additional risk reduction activities are necessary in order to meet CAPE and DMAG guidance/schedule. Employ analytic infrastructure developed in prior years to provide Mission Integration Management, with a focus on tactical line of sight aerial communications. Track and assess Technology Readiness Level (TRL) maturity progress of Link 16 capability improvements for Multi-function Information Distribution System (MIDS JTRS) terminals (4th Gen aircraft), Communications, Navigation & Identification (CNI) terminal in F-35, and Weapons Data Link (WDL) radios for testing in late FY18 and FY19 on targeted platforms and terminals. Assess MADL waveform documentation delivered to the government and identify (with government and industry UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 235 Page 5 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

314 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) / 771 Joint Tactical Information / 5 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 partners) key enabling improvements for a Government controlled technical baseline that enables future LO waveform capability. Assess TDL network design and interoperability support infrastructure gaps that are preventing fully realized TDL networks across DoD and Coalition partners. Identify any necessary bridging activities necessary to support any POM19 investments in Low Observable communications that resulted from FY17 Program Review. - Space Ops: Conduct SATOPS Modernization technical assessments; provide technical Oversight/AFSCN Modernization Implementation; conduct AFSCN Event Driven Net Centric Review/Technical Assessment. - PNT Programs Technical Assessments: Continue OIPT leadership role. Develop and implement Annual GPS Enterprise Review to verify readiness of GPS III, MGUE, and OCX programs to progress to next phase of the acquisition process. Ensure synchronization of the three programs to meet the direction of the DAE. Conduct deep dive technical analyses to understand all phases of the GPS enterprise programs and predecessor programs that are part of the GPS Enterprise. Review PNT programs for data strategies, systems engineering, risks and mitigations in support of milestone decisions. Initiate and conduct studies to expedite fielding and support of M Code capability for forces in the field. Conduct Nunn-McCurdy Reviews of program that have critically breached APB cost parameters and prepare for DAE Certification. Report results to congress after DAE Certification and ensure regular reporting is conducted IEW public law. Conduct reviews of innovative acquisition efforts intended to reduce overall satellite cost through payload and spacecraft competition. Conduct Quarterly OCX Reviews at USD/SECAF/CEO level to ensure OCX maintains progress towards fielding user required capabilities. Develop and implement contingency plans to ensure constellation command and control management and enable early M-Code availability. - PNT Portfolio Management: Continue implementation of GPSEM/PNT Assurance Investment Strategy and Roadmap, ensuring AoA recommendations are addressed. Continue to support major program milestones and internal OSD reviews such as Strategic Portfolio Reviews, DMAGs, etc. - Joint C2 Portfolio Management: Support development, integration and test activities across the Services, Agencies and Combatant Commands and deliver the FY17-21 version of the Joint C2 Sustainment and Modernization Plan. - C2 Data: Provide technical expertise for ensuring C2 data are visible, accessible, understandable, trustable and interoperable. Provide technical assessment and assistance for implementation of National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)-based information exchanges across the DoD. Update the C2 Authoritative Data Source roadmap and update C2 data architecture. - Joint C2 Architecture: Provided technical expertise for the update the Joint C2 Architecture to guide Joint C2 capability area development activities across the Services, Agencies and Combatant Commands. Refreshed the JC2 Terms of Reference to make it a viable and productive governance framework. - Conducted a successful Business Case Analysis (BCA) on the Global Command and Control System – Joint (GCCS-J) modernization program. The positive BCA Return on Investment influenced garnering critically needed modernization funding. - Friendly Force Tracking/ Combat Identification: Provide technical assessment, assistance and recommendations for achieving Mode 5 IFF IOC and FOC. Provide technical support to DoD implementation of Mode 5 including supporting spectrum certification and assignment. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 236 Page 6 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

315 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604771D8Z Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) / 0400 / 5 771 Joint Tactical Information / Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 - Began an Analysis of Alternatives on the Coalition Information Sharing Environment. This AT&L-led independent 18-month study will analyze and recommend a preferred alternative to determine the most effective and efficient means for the Department of Defense to provide a coalition network and services in support of Mission Partner operations. – Acquisition Management: Provide technical assistance in developing related acquisition policy, including updates to DoD Series 5000 necessitated by changes in statue, regulation and management direction FY 2019 Plans: - Common Data Link (CDL) Principal Staff Assistant: Continue to coordinate with CDL Executive Agent (EA) to develop and maintain a technology roadmap and terminal database to improve interoperability, configuration management, and focused technology investments. Continue implementation and oversight of an enterprise transition strategy to modernize DoD ISR waveforms to converge on a DoD standard for tactical ISR communications. Update CDL technology development roadmap to reflect current trends in technology that can add enhanced capabilities to CDL systems. Continue planning and conduct of CDL SRP and IPT meetings to develop and refine the CDL investment portfolio and to identify strategic ISR communications issues the DoD will face in the future. Conduct analysis of Airborne ISR communications transport infrastructure in coordination with Joint Staff, Services and Combatant Commands in order to identify a way ahead for establishing an effective/efficient global enterprise capability. Conduct annual CDL enterprise modernization analysis and review Service PPBE submissions to assess enterprise migration to Bandwidth Efficient CDL by 2023. Continue to promote open system development solutions that expand the vendor base and allow increased competition and innovation. Expand the CDL Reference Implementation Laboratory concept of a government owned technical baseline while assessing a Common Development Environment that encourages rapid develop, testing, and fielding of new capabilities. - Acquisition Management and Oversight: Provided technical assistance in developing IT related acquisition policy, including updates to DoD Series 5000 necessitated by changes in statue, regulation and management direction. Provided technical assessments and programmatic recommendations across DASD functional areas to address interoperability gaps and work early in the systems engineering. - FAB-T: Support IOT&E execution. Work to assure the program has a successful LRIP-2 decision. Continue to support PNVC integration and test. Provide risk assessments of system integration into the various airborne, ground fixed an ground transportable systems prior to installation. Support implementation of additional reliability testing to provide increased data for program acquisition and operational decisions. - Wideband SATCOM AoA: Conduct AoA plan assessing material solutions for WGS replenishment and for supporting other traditional commercial supplied users considering life-cycle cost, performance, suitability, operational effectiveness, and resiliency. Support implementation and execution of the AoA plan including Senior Advisory Group meetings and evaluation of the space and control segments with associated user terminals for contested and benign operating environments. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 237 Page 7 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

316 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 771 / 5 Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) PE 0604771D8Z / Joint Tactical Information 0400 Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 - Evolved AEHF / AEHF: Provide programmatic analysis, technical reviews, and assessments of the Evolved AEHF and AEHF programs to reduce development, integration, and procurement risks. Provide risk assessments as the program continues to launch spacecraft and improve the Mission Planning Element. Work to support efforts for the Evolved AEHF and assess implementation of XDR and PTW waveforms on new satellite payload and bus. - Mid-Term Polar SATCOM (MPS) / EPS: Provide programmatic analysis, technical reviews, and assessments of the MPS and EPS programs to reduce development, integration, and procurement risks. Assess risk as the TT&C system is integrated and tested prior to operations. Work to support and assess efforts for the follow-on MPS system, whether as a hosted payload or a free flyer. - MUOS capable terminals: Support FOT&E execution. Provide analysis, technical assessments and fielding reviews for implementing the MUOS capability. Work to support the certification of ground, maritime and airborne terminals, and testing required to enable operational authorizations. - Joint Tactical Networking Center (JTNC): Provide technical and programmatic analysis to support the Defense Acquisition Executive's role as the co-chair of the JTNC Board of Directors (BoD). Provide Secretariat functions for the JTNC BoD. - All former JTRS(HMS, MNVR, AMF, JTN)Programs – Upon request, provide technical expertise and recommendations to facilitate program compliance with IT related acquisition policy, in accordance with DoD Series 5000 and applicable Milestone Decision Authority direction. Provide programmatic recommendations regarding cost/schedule/performance tradeoffs and application of evolving acquisition policies, based on lessons observed in oversight of acquisition programs across the Department. - Mid-Tier Networking Vehicular Radio (MNVR): Assess the MNVR program’s mitigation of risks associated with vendor selected radios (Modified Non-Developmental Item). Conduct independent technical reviews and recommend program performance improvement options to meet cost, schedule and performance objectives. Provide a technical assessment of the Army’s planned implementation of MNVR radios as the mid-tier of a ground tactical architecture. Provide technical expertise and assistance with analysis of and planning for other potential mid-tier architectures and/or waveform solutions. - Provide assessments of DoD Business System programs with related acquisition policy, in accordance with DoD Series 5000 and applicable senior management direction. Assess readiness for major acquisition program milestone reviews, to include adequate documentation of compliance with statute/regulation/policy associated with acquisition program oversight. Provide programmatic recommendations regarding cost/schedule/ performance tradeoffs. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604771D8Z: Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... Volume 3B - 238 Page 8 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

317 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 771 / 5 Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) PE 0604771D8Z / Joint Tactical Information 0400 Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Ground Tactical Networks Advanced Capabilities: Mature narrowband dismounted communications capability with radio hardware prototype, robust modeling and simulation, and reusable waveform software code. Form industry engagement to promote transition into non-developmental item radios. - Integrated Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO): Track implementation of iEMSO strategy in radio and EW device development plans. Assess and down-select technical interoperability and architectural approaches. Ensure adequate funding and testing to assess maturity of solutions. Develop science and technology roadmap to synchronize transition of key technologies to programs of record for spectrum-dependent systems. FY17 work will focus will focus on selected sensor and electronic warfare systems and continue work on communications systems. - Electronic Warfare: Maintain situational awareness of and contribute to evolving DoD and Service electronic warfare strategy, and in conjunction with Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations efforts, assist in coordinating development of new and integrated enterprise capabilities. - Tactical Data Link Modernization: Provide OSD oversight and cross-Service coordination of Tactical Data Link (TDL) modernization issues funded during FY16 and FY17 Program Reviews. Identify areas where additional risk reduction activities are necessary in order to meet CAPE and DMAG guidance/schedule. Track and assess testing of Link 16 capability improvements in Multi-function Information Distribution System (MIDS-J) terminals (4th Gen aircraft), Communications, Navigation & Identification (CNI) terminal in F-35, emerging 6th Gen aircraft concepts, and Weapons Data Link (WDL) radios. Assess transferability of these improvements to other omni-directional TDLs, such as TTNT. Begin establishing an improved enterprise governance model for Tactical Data Links. Continue to perform oversight and joint acquisition integration of Service implementation of Congressionally directed (FY17 NDAA) focus on a modular open system approach (MOSA), to the maximum extent practicable for TDLs, in synchronization with CDL, and other appropriate capabilities. Identify MADL evolution technology development needs for further funding to enable transition to F-35 and other platforms, and begin establishment of a Government Controlled Technical Baseline for MADL. Assess modeling and simulation infrastructure and currency with adversary threat emitters to improve investment decisions on TDL improvements. - Space Ops: Conduct SATOPS Modernization technical assessments; provide technical Oversight/AFSCN Modernization Implementation; conduct AFSCN Event Driven Net Centric Review/Technical Assessment. - PNT Programs Technical Assessments: Continue OIPT leadership role. Develop and implement Annual GPS Enterprise Review to verify readiness of GPS III, MGUE, and OCX programs to progress to next phase of the acquisition process. Ensure synchronization of the three programs to meet the direction of the DAE. Conduct deep dive technical analyses to understand all phases of the GPS enterprise programs and predecessor programs that are part of the GPS Enterprise. Review PNT programs UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 239 Page 9 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

318 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604771D8Z Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) / 0400 / 5 771 Joint Tactical Information / Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 for data strategies, systems engineering, risks and mitigations in support of milestone decisions. Initiate and conduct studies to expedite fielding and support of M Code capability for forces in the field. Conduct Nunn-McCurdy Reviews of program that have critically breached APB cost parameters and prepare for DAE Certification. Report results to congress after DAE Certification and ensure regular reporting is conducted IEW public law. Conduct reviews of innovative acquisition efforts intended to reduce overall satellite cost through payload and spacecraft competition. Conduct Quarterly OCX Reviews at USD/SECAF/CEO level to ensure OCX maintains progress towards fielding user required capabilities. Develop and implement contingency plans to ensure constellation command and control management and enable early M-Code availability. - PNT Portfolio Management: Continue implementation of GPSEM/PNT Assurance Investment Strategy and Roadmap, ensuring AoA recommendations are addressed. Continue to support major program milestones and internal OSD reviews such as Strategic Portfolio Reviews, DMAGs, etc. - National Leadership Command Capability (NLCC): Continue in lead role as primary action office for AT&L in his role as co-chair of the Council on Oversight of the National Leadership Command, Control, and Communications System (CONLC3S). Work directly with the Executive Secretariat (DOD CIO) to oversee all aspects of preparation and conduct of CONLC3S meetings, as well as the EMB, SSG, and subordinate working groups that prepare/tee up decisions for the CONLC3S and execute assigned actions. Continue as primary AT&L action office to respond to congressionally-directed actions. Continue as primary AT&L representative to NLCC-related studies, analysises, and policy updates. Also lead review process for any NLCC related documents. - ISPAN Increment 4: Continue to provide acquisition oversight to assure successful FDD. Support Production & Deployment execution to assure successful Full Deployment. - ISPAN Increment 5: Continue to provide acquisition oversight to support E&MD execution. - Joint C2 Portfolio Management: Support development, integration and test activities across the Services, Agencies and Combatant Commands and deliver the FY17-21 version of the Joint C2 Sustainment and Modernization Plan. - C2 Data: Provide technical expertise for ensuring C2 data are visible, accessible, understandable, trustable and interoperable. Provide technical assessment and assistance for implementation of National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)-based information exchanges across the DoD. Update the C2 Authoritative Data Source roadmap and update C2 data architecture. - Joint C2 Architecture: Provided technical expertise for the update the Joint C2 Architecture to guide Joint C2 capability area development activities across the Services, Agencies and Combatant Commands. Refreshed the JC2 Terms of Reference to make it a viable and productive governance framework. - Conducted a successful Business Case Analysis (BCA) on the Global Command and Control System – Joint (GCCS-J) modernization program. The positive BCA Return on Investment influenced garnering critically needed modernization funding. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 240 Page 10 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

319 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) / 771 Joint Tactical Information / 5 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Friendly Force Tracking/ Combat Identification: Continue to provide technical assessment, assistance and recommendations for achieving Mode 5 IFF IOC and FOC. Provide technical support to DoD improvement of the Mode 5 IFF Standards and practices. Continue to engage the FAA and NTIA in developing an IFF impact prediction model to speed the platform certification and frequency process and reduce cost. Continue to engage with the FAA, NTIA, and Joint Staff in facilitating a demonstration of Reverse IFF (RIFF) during BOLD QUEST 18.2. Continue to engage with NATO to foster unity in certifying the interoperability of IFF equipment. Also to apply the technical expertise of the U.S. in improving the Combat Identification capability as the opportunity arises. - Continue Analysis of Alternatives on the Coalition Information Sharing Environment. This AT&L-led independent 18-month study will analyze and recommend a preferred alternative to determine the most effective and efficient means for the Department of Defense to provide a coalition network and services in support of Mission Partner operations. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease in funding impacts the DASDs ability to conduct studies and analysis addressing complex command and communications issues. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 12.358 11.196 9.503 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy In executing JTDL tasking, existing fixed-price and cost-plus contracts will be utilized. - Program reviews in support of the JCIDS, acquisition and PPBE processes. E. Performance Metrics Enterprise-Wide Alignment: Accelerate DoD information age transformation to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the warfighting, intelligence and business missions. Measures: - Timely development and issuance of policy and guidance - Instantiation of enterprise-wide system engineering for the Joint Information Environment (JIE) Portfolio Management: Provide for the timely and effective delivery of key Net-Centric capabilities through portfolio management of associated technology development and Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPS) and Major Automated Information Systems (MAIS). Measures: UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 241 Page 11 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

320 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Joint Tactical Information Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) / 0400 / 5 771 PE 0604771D8Z Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation - Key milestones completed for major net-centric acquisitions - Number of major systems successfully completing net-centric critical performance reviews UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604771D8Z: Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... Volume 3B - 242 R-1 Line #121 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 12 of 22

321 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Joint Tactical Information Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) 771 / / Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Management Services ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Total Target Contract Value of Total Cost To Award Award Award Method Award Performing Prior Activity & Location Years & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Contract Cost OUSD(AT&L)/ Link-16 Tactical Data Link OASD(A)/ 12.358 - - 81.454 11.196 C/TBD 9.503 - 9.503 - DASD(C3CB) : (TDL) Transformation Pentagon Subtotal - 9.503 N/A - - 9.503 81.454 11.196 12.358 Remarks NA Target Cost To FY 2019 Value of Total Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 Contract FY 2018 Base Years OCO FY 2017 Total Cost Complete Project Cost Totals 12.358 N/A - 81.454 11.196 - 9.503 - 9.503 Remarks Resources will be used to provide technical, systems engineering and acquisition management oversight of programs, projects and activities to maximize the Department’s return on investment in information technology resources and to affect a comprehensive approach for assessing and procuring critical information systems from initial design, through development to capability delivery in support of improved weapons systems performance and military operations. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 243 R-1 Line #121 Page 13 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

322 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Joint Tactical Information Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) / 771 / Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2023 FY 2022 FY 2017 1 2 4 3 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 4 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 Link-16 Comm Tactical Data Link (TDL) Transformation Contract Awards UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604771D8Z: Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... Volume 3B - 244 Page 14 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

323 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 771 0400 / 5 Link-16 Tactical Data Link (TDL) PE 0604771D8Z / Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS) Transformation Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Link-16 Comm Tactical Data Link (TDL) Transformation 2019 2021 4 Contract Awards 2 UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 245 R-1 Line #121 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 15 of 22

324 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience PE 0604771D8Z / Joint Tactical Information 0400 / 105 / Distribution System (JTIDS) FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 3.000 3.000 4.716 10.000 Continuing 12.574 - 10.000 3.925 4.495 3.000 105: Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Provides resources for developmental acquisition support and management (to include the Cyber Investment and Management Board (CIMB)) oversight of Cyber capabilities as the Department conceives, develops, and rapidly fields cyber capabilities for Cyberspace Operations and the instantiation of cyber resilient platforms and weapons systems for priority kinetic and non-kinetic missions. The CIMB was established in 2012 in response to the FY2011 NDAA Section 933, where DoD was directed to provide a “strategy for the rapid acquisition of cyber capabilities, for cyber warfare for USCC and the Cyber Service components of the military departments. USD(AT&L) is responsible for compliance with the FY2011 NDAA and Chairs the CIMB. Funds provide technical, systems engineering, trend analysis, and oversight of programs, projects and activities developing cyber capabilities to maximize the Department's return on investment of cyberspace resources and effect a comprehensive approach for assessing, procuring, and sustaining critical cyber capabilities and cyber resilient systems and platforms from initial design, through development to capability delivery in support of weapons systems performance and military operations. Additionally, these funds will provide systems analyses, portfolio management, executive support of CIMB, enterprise wide systems engineering and operational impact analyses related to Cyber capabilities and ensuring cyber resilience within systems and platforms. Resources will also be used to provide expertise required for exercising technical direction over design, performance, cost parameters, determining and mitigating cyber risks of key systems and their dependencies. The goal of this funding is to assure capability advantage, reduce time to the field, evaluate projects and concepts, minimize cyber related performance and operational risk of developing and fielding complex systems, ensure program dependencies are documented and included in acquisition decisions and address cyber security requirements, gaps and required technical solutions. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 Title: 3.000 4.495 10.000 Cyber Capability and Platform Resilience Provides resources for developmental acquisition support and management (to include the Cyber Investment Description: and Management Board (CIMB)) oversight of Cyber capabilities as the Department conceives, develops, and rapidly fields cyber capabilities for Cyberspace Operations and the instantiation of cyber resilient platforms and weapons systems for priority kinetic and non-kinetic missions. The CIMB was established in 2012 in response to the FY2011 NDAA Section 933, where DoD was directed to provide a “strategy for the rapid acquisition of cyber capabilities, for cyber warfare for USCC and the Cyber Service components of the military departments. USD(AT&L) is responsible for compliance with the FY2011 NDAA and Chairs the CIMB. Funds provide technical, systems engineering, trend analysis, and oversight of programs, projects and activities developing cyber capabilities to maximize the Department's return on investment of cyberspace resources and effect a comprehensive approach for assessing, procuring, and sustaining critical cyber capabilities and cyber resilient systems and platforms from initial design, through development to capability delivery in support of weapons systems performance and military UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604771D8Z: Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... Volume 3B - 246 R-1 Line #121 Page 16 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

325 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience / 105 Joint Tactical Information / 5 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Distribution System (JTIDS) B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 operations. Additionally, these funds will provide systems analyses, portfolio management, executive support of CIMB, enterprise wide systems engineering and operational impact analyses related to Cyber capabilities and ensuring cyber resilience within systems and platforms. Resources will also be used to provide expertise required for exercising technical direction over design, performance, cost parameters, determining and mitigating cyber risks of key systems and their dependencies. The goal of this funding is to assure capability advantage, reduce time to the field, evaluate projects and concepts, minimize cyber related performance and operational risk of developing and fielding complex systems, ensure program dependencies are documented and included in acquisition decisions and address cyber security requirements, gaps and required technical solutions. FY 2018 Plans: Cyber Investment Management: Synchronize and coordinate cyberspace acquisition activities, conduct quantitative assessments, and ensure cyberspace investments align with Department priorities, required capabilities and evolving cyber threats. Provide support of the Cyber Investment Management Board and develop implementation guidance and associated direction that provides strategic guidance and feedback to senior leaders. Continue to plan and conduct CIMB/CCT meetings to refine the cyber investment portfolio, review execution of cyber requirements and acquisition processes, and to identify strategic cyber issues the DoD will face in the future. - Refine the Cyber investment portfolio results, ensuring return on investment and risk ultimately leading to an optimization phase focusing on process improvement is included. - Conduct investment analysis of the DoD-wide Cyber Special Access Program (SAP) portfolio to include return on investment and risk analysis. - Utilize the results of the Cyber Rapid Acquisition Process Pilots and continuing Responsive Cyber Acquisition quarterly stakeholders meetings with USCC, the Services, and Agencies to develop and implement the new foundational responsive cyber acquisition processes across DoD, ensuring DoD Acquisition Policy is updated to reflect processes. - Contribute to any follow on efforts to revise policy or guidance regarding Cyber security within the Acquisition process . - - Initiate capability development of recommendations of the Unified Platform AoA. - - Ensure Platform Resilience/Mission Assurance (PR/MA); Oversee implementation of the recommendations on Cyber vulnerabilities of Department of Defense weapon systems and tactical communications systems. - Ensure execution of the evaluation of cyber vulnerabilities of DoD critical infrastructure plan. Conduct data gathering and technical assessments to support the development of meaningful acquisition requirements for the PCTE and other programs of interest as they relate to capabilities of diverse DoD cyber range capabilities. - Oversee the PCTE acquisition program. - Oversee DoD efforts to equip the cyber mission force. Support developments of requirements documents and architectures as required in collaboration with USCYBERCOM. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 247 Page 17 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

326 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience / 105 Joint Tactical Information / 5 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Distribution System (JTIDS) B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Joint Cyber C2: Continue oversight of Joint Cyber Command and Control (C2) capability development. Provide technical and subject matter expertise support the Joint Cyber C2 Analysis of Alternatives. Provide updates to the Combatant Command (CCMD) Cyberspace Operations Baseline Model. Continue oversight of implementation of the Cyber Situational Awareness EoA (phase II) recommendations. Provide a final draft of the Joint Cyber C2 and SA CONOPS to USCYBERCOM. Provide an “As Is” Joint Cyber C2 Architecture. Track the status and provide technical recommendations associated with piloting efforts associated with the recommendations from the Cyber SA Evaluations of Alternatives. FY 2019 Plans: Cyber Investment Management: Synchronize and coordinate cyberspace acquisition activities, conduct quantitative assessments, and ensure cyberspace investments align with Department priorities, required capabilities and evolving cyber threats. Provide support of the Cyber Investment Management Board and develop implementation guidance and associated direction that provides strategic guidance and feedback to senior leaders. Continue to plan and conduct CIMB/CCT meetings to refine the cyber investment portfolio, review execution of cyber requirements and acquisition processes, and to identify strategic cyber issues the DoD will face in the future. - Refine the Cyber investment portfolio results, ensuring return on investment and risk ultimately leading to an optimization phase focusing on process improvement is included. - Conduct investment analysis of the DoD-wide Cyber Special Access Program (SAP) portfolio to include return on investment and risk analysis. - Utilize the results of the Cyber Rapid Acquisition Process Pilots to implement the new rapid cyber acquisition processes across DoD, ensuring DoD Acquisition Policy is updated to reflect processes. - Manage Cyber security Guidebook for Program Managers. Contribute to any follow on efforts to revise policy or guidance regarding Cyber security within the Acquisition process. - Continue oversight of implementation of the Cyber Situational Awareness EoA (phase II) recommendations. - Initiate capability development of recommendations of the Unified Platform AoA. - Continue oversight of Joint Cyber Command and Control (C2) capability development. - Ensure Platform Resilience/Mission Assurance (PR/MA); Oversee implementation of the recommendations on Cyber vulnerabilities of Department of Defense weapon systems and tactical communications systems. - Ensure execution of the evaluation of cyber vulnerabilities of DoD critical infrastructure plan. Conduct data gathering and technical assessments to support the development of meaningful acquisition requirements for the PCTE and other programs of interest as they relate to capabilities of diverse DoD cyber range capabilities. - Oversee the PCTE acquisition program. - Continue to synchronize and provide oversight for DoD Cyber Ranges that support Cyber Training and Testing & Evaluations through the Cyber Range Focal Point. - Implement DoD Cyber Range strategy, working with T&E and DOT&E and JS. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 248 Page 18 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

327 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604771D8Z Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience 105 0400 / 5 Joint Tactical Information / / Distribution System (JTIDS) B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Conduct technical analysis to determine tools necessary to help collect, measure, assess DCO/OCO effectiveness and suitability in a Cyber Range Environment. - Oversee DoD efforts to equip the cyber mission force. Support developments of requirements documents and architectures as required in collaboration with USCYBERCOM. - Joint Cyber C2: Continue oversight of Joint Cyber Command and Control (C2) capability development. Upon request, support implementation of the preferred alternative identified during the Joint Cyber C2 AoA. Continue oversight of implementation of the Cyber Situational Awareness EoA (phase II) recommendations. Track the status and provide technical recommendations associated with piloting efforts associated with the recommendations. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase in funds for Cyber efforts. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 3.000 10.000 4.495 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Existing firm fixed priced and cost plus contracts will be utilized. E. Performance Metrics Enterprise-Wide Cyber Investments: instantiation of cyber capabilities for resilient systems include risk assessments, vulnerability assessments, mitigation plans, prototype architectures, investment strategies, trends analyses, Evaluation/Analysis of Alternatives, integrated mission analyses, technical and policy guidance directives. Measures: - Timely development and issuance of policy and guidance - Timely delivery and development of key investment strategies, trend analysis and outcomes of the Evaluation/Analysis of Alternatives. Portfolio Management: Provide for the timely and effective delivery of portfolio management support of associated with Cyber Security and Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPS) and Major Automated Information Systems (MAIS). Measures: - Key milestones completed for major cyber related acquisitions UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 249 Page 19 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

328 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 Joint Tactical Information PE 0604771D8Z / Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience / 0400 105 Distribution System (JTIDS) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) Base Total FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Target Contract Award Value of Total Cost To Award Award Method Award Performing Prior Activity & Location Years & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Contract Cost OUSD AT&L DASD C/CPFF C3CB : Pentagon/ - 3.925 4.495 Feb 2018 3.000 Feb 2019 Contract awards Feb 2020 - 10.000 Continuing Continuing 10.000 Mark Center Subtotal 10.000 N/A Continuing Continuing 10.000 3.925 - 4.495 3.000 Remarks NA Target Prior Total Value of FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total Contract Base Complete OCO Years Cost FY 2017 FY 2018 Project Cost Totals 4.495 Continuing 10.000 Continuing 3.925 N/A 3.000 10.000 - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604771D8Z: Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... Volume 3B - 250 R-1 Line #121 Page 20 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

329 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience 0400 PE 0604771D8Z / Joint Tactical Information / / 105 5 Distribution System (JTIDS) FY 2022 FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2023 FY 2017 4 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 Cyber Capability and Platform Resilience Contract Awards UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604771D8Z: Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... Volume 3B - 251 Page 21 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #121

330 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Joint Tactical Information / Cyber Capability & Platform Resilience / 0400 / 5 105 PE 0604771D8Z Distribution System (JTIDS) Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Cyber Capability and Platform Resilience 4 2021 Contract Awards 2 2019 UNCLASSIFIED Joint Tactical Information Distribution ... PE 0604771D8Z: Volume 3B - 252 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 22 of 22 R-1 Line #121

331 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0605022D8Z / Defense Exportability Program Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 3.465 3.162 Continuing Continuing 2.993 2.939 3.698 11.382 2.853 1.489 1.489 - Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 2.993 2.939 3.465 3.698 1.489 11.382 2.853 3.162 1.489 - 013: Defense Exportability Features (DEF) Program Note The FY 2019 funding request was reduced by $2.486 million to account for the availability of PY execution balances. This reduction was based on FY 2017 expenditures as of September 30, 2017, and accounts for a 22% reduction in the CWP FY 2019 proposed budget. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Defense Exportability Features (DEF) Pilot Program is a result of a USD (AT&L) sponsored legislative proposal for authorities to better prepare warfighting systems for non-US use. This program funds activities to support identification of major defense acquisition programs for possible export, and the planning for design and incorporation of exportability features during the research and development phases of these programs. Features include, but are not limited to, technology and engineering design activities such as capability differentials, anti-tamper, system assurance, and software assurance. Activities include the development of program protection strategies for the program; the design and incorporation of exportability features into the system; implementation of exportability requirements into contracts; and other research, development, test, and evaluation activities. Defense exportability features play a critically important role in United States Government/DoD efforts to build partnership capacity. Funds support building joint and coalition environments by enabling the export of DoD systems to a wide range of partner nations, resulting in improved security and interoperability. In addition to the operational benefits, by providing these resources up front, the United States and partner nations will save significant resources by more efficiently designing and producing exportable U.S. systems. A number of designated systems participating in the DEF Pilot Program in FY18 will continue defining and implementing DEF ‘best practices’ related to designing and developing technology protection in the areas of program management, system engineering, and technology protection measures in the DoD acquisition process. Failure to consider export variant designs early in the acquisition process results in increased costs, delayed delivery, and higher risk of sensitive technology compromise due to ad-hoc sales later in production. Early development of export variants, including systems design approaches to integrate exportable anti-tamper protection and differential capability requirements to lower production costs, makes it possible to improve quality and timely deliveries to allies and friends, and may enhance US industry share of the global marketplace. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605022D8Z: Defense Exportability Program Volume 3B - 253 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 8 R-1 Line #125

332 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 5: Defense Exportability Program PE 0605022D8Z 0400: / System Development & Demonstration (SDD) FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 2.920 3.162 2.955 - 2.955 2.853 Current President's Budget 3.162 1.489 - 1.489 -1.466 Total Adjustments -0.067 0.000 - -1.466 • Congressional General Reductions - - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - • Congressional Directed Transfers - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.064 - - - -1.466 -0.003 -1.466 • FFRDC Transfer UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605022D8Z: Defense Exportability Program Volume 3B - 254 Page 2 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #125

333 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Defense Exportability PE 0605022D8Z / / 0400 013 / Defense Exportability Features (DEF) 5 Program Program FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 2.993 2.939 3.465 1.489 Continuing Continuing 3.698 1.489 - 11.382 2.853 3.162 Defense Exportability 013: Features (DEF) Program - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Defense Exportability Features (DEF) Pilot Program is a result of a USD (AT&L) sponsored legislative proposal for authorities to better prepare warfighting systems for non-US use. This program funds activities to support identification of major defense acquisition programs for possible export, and the planning for design and incorporation of exportability features during the research and development phases of these programs. Features include, but are not limited to, technology and engineering design activities such as capability differentials, anti-tamper, system assurance, and software assurance. Activities include the development of program protection strategies for the program; the design and incorporation of exportability features into the system; implementation of exportability requirements into contracts; and other research, development, test, and evaluation activities. Defense exportability features play a critically important role in United States Government/DoD efforts to build partnership capacity. Funds support building joint and coalition environments by enabling the export of DoD systems to a wide range of partner nations, resulting in improved security and interoperability. In addition to the operational benefits, by providing these resources up front, the United States and partner nations will save significant resources by more efficiently designing and producing exportable U.S. systems. A number of designated systems participating in the DEF Pilot Program in FY18 will continue defining and implementing DEF ‘best practices’ related to designing and developing technology protection in the areas of program management, system engineering, and technology protection measures in the DoD acquisition process. Failure to consider export variant designs early in the acquisition process results in increased costs, delayed delivery, and higher risk of sensitive technology compromise due to ad-hoc sales later in production. Early development of export variants, including systems design approaches to integrate exportable anti-tamper protection and differential capability requirements to lower production costs, makes it possible to improve quality and timely deliveries to allies and friends, and may enhance US industry share of the global marketplace. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 3.162 2.853 1.489 Title: Defense Exportability Features (DEF) Program FY 2018 Plans: In FY 2018, the pilot program is anticipating initiating or continuing contracts for DEF feasibility studies or DEF design activities on the following previously selected systems (plus any new DEF Pilot Program designated systems selected by OSD for FY 2018 - 2019): - Three-Dimensional Expeditionary Long-Range Radar (US Air Force) UNCLASSIFIED Defense Exportability Program PE 0605022D8Z: Volume 3B - 255 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 8 R-1 Line #125

334 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Defense Exportability Features (DEF) / 013 Defense Exportability / 5 0400 PE 0605022D8Z / Program Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Joint Air to Ground Missile (US Army) - Air and Missile Defense Radar (US Navy) - Indirect Fires Protection Capability (US Army) - Future Vertical Lift (US Army) - Miniature Air Launched Decoy (US Air Force) - Land Mine Removal System (US Army) - Lower Tier Air Missile Defense (US Army) - Review of major defense acquisition programs for exportability as part of the major milestone review process. - Identify and select new pilot program candidates from Service Acquisition Executive nominations. - Identify Service leads and subject matter experts, to provide support to programs, prior to Milestone C, to develop plans for exportability features. - Manage, resource, and track the completion of the contractor exportability feasibility studies and design activities. - Oversee drafting of DEF Lessons Learned, Interim Progress Review briefings, and Final Reports from DEF studies conducted in FY 2018. - Draft and submit the annual report to Congress on the program. FY 2019 Plans: The focus for FY 2019 for the DEF pilot program will be to execute feasibility studies from newly selected DEF Pilot Programs that have yet to receive DEF funding, and to conduct follow-on DEF design studies on designated DEF pilot programs. As with the FY 2018 programs, FY 2018 feasibility studies will define the required actions for incorporating DEF into programs, begin DEF designs on select designated programs, and assess the potential costs of those actions. OUSD (AT&L) will continue to engage with program offices through the Military Department DEF POCs, and serve as a liaison among the program offices, the Military Departments, and other defense agencies to facilitate the feasibility studies. OUSD (AT&L)/IC will ensure the DEF feasibility studies are addressed in program Acquisition Strategies and Program Protection Plans (PPP). For Post-MS B platforms, when there is already a contract in place, OUSD (AT&L) will work with the program managers and contracting officers to implement the necessary contractual modifications to ensure that the feasibility studies were executed. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2018 to FY 2019 decrease is driven by directed reductions to account for the availability of PY execution balances. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.853 1.489 3.162 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A UNCLASSIFIED Defense Exportability Program PE 0605022D8Z: Volume 3B - 256 Page 4 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #125

335 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / Defense Exportability Features (DEF) 0400 / 5 / PE 0605022D8Z 013 Defense Exportability Program Program C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605022D8Z: Defense Exportability Program Volume 3B - 257 Page 5 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #125

336 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 0400 PE 0605022D8Z / Defense Exportability Defense Exportability Features (DEF) 013 / / Program Program FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Total Target Contract Value of Cost To Total Award Award Award Method Award Performing Prior Contract Activity & Location & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Cost Years DEF Various : Various 11.382 2.853 3.162 1.489 TBD 1.489 Continuing Continuing - 0.000 Subtotal Continuing Continuing 1.489 2.853 0.000 1.489 11.382 N/A 3.162 Target Cost To Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Complete Base Contract OCO Years Total FY 2017 Cost FY 2018 Project Cost Totals 2.853 Continuing N/A Continuing 11.382 1.489 3.162 1.489 0.000 Remarks UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605022D8Z: Defense Exportability Program Volume 3B - 258 R-1 Line #125 Page 6 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

337 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Defense Exportability Defense Exportability Features (DEF) / / / 5 013 PE 0605022D8Z Program Program UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605022D8Z: Defense Exportability Program Volume 3B - 259 R-1 Line #125 Page 7 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

338 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) 0400 / Defense Exportability Features (DEF) PE 0605022D8Z / Defense Exportability / 5 013 Program Program Schedule Details End Start Quarter Events by Sub Project Year Year Quarter Defense Exportability Features (DEF) 4 FY 2017 1 2017 2019 2020 FY 2018 1 2018 4 4 2019 FY 2019 2021 1 2020 FY 2020 1 4 2022 2023 4 FY 2021 2021 1 Note N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605022D8Z: Defense Exportability Program Volume 3B - 260 Page 8 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #125

339 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0605027D8Z / OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 - 47.124 16.131 21.353 9.590 - 9.590 8.157 8.206 8.306 8.458 - Total Program Element 8.831 Continuing Continuing 8.458 8.306 8.206 8.157 8.090 - 38.474 8.090 8.853 Next Generation Resource 927: Management System Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 2.000 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Financial Management 929: Certification Tracking and Reporting Tool 7.300 0.000 0.000 10.500 0.000 0.000 8.650 Continuing Continuing 1.500 - 1.500 Universe of Transactions 930: Note BUDGET REQUEST JUSTIFICATION: +$8.090 million is required to support Next Generation Resource Management System (NGRMS). No additional funds are requested for Financial Management Certification Tracking and Reporting Tool (FM-CTRT). +$1.500 million is required to support Universe of Transactions. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification As the Department of Defense strategic, operational, and tactical plans and objectives transform the war fighter with new capabilities and doctrine, the budgeting and accountability of funds used to pursue the Department objectives will become more complicated and detailed for senior leaders to make decisions with supporting rationale for the taxpayer. Incorporating information technology toward current and emerging business processes manifesting into a state-of-the art system of systems will result in increasing efficiencies, timely diagnostics, and reducing lifecycle costs to maintain, sustain and repair. This initiative exploits emerging technology, processes, trends, capabilities, and techniques to incorporate state-of-the-art information technology enabling the ability, agility, and level of fidelity to collect, process, administrate and report resource management data and to automate business processes within a more robust analytical environment within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) OUSD(C). NEXT GENERATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: The Department’s budget focuses on institutionalizing and financing our capabilities to fight the wars we are in today and the scenarios we are most likely to face in the years ahead, while at the same time mitigating risk and providing for contingency operations. It also includes a fundamental overhaul of the DoD’s approach to procurement, acquisition, and contracting. As such, the complex details of budgeting and tracking of funds become increasingly critical to senior leader decision making and to provide accountability to the taxpayer. Incorporating information technology toward current and emerging business processes manifesting into a state-of-the art system of systems will result in increasing efficiencies, timely diagnostics, and reducing lifecycle costs to maintain, sustain and repair. UNCLASSIFIED OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative PE 0605027D8Z: Volume 3B - 261 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 21 R-1 Line #126

340 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative / PE 0605027D8Z 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 5: System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Today, the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Comptroller OUSD(C) and the Cost Analysis and Program Evaluation (CAPE) use various distinct automated systems (Comptroller Information System (CIS), Program Resource Collection Process (PRCP), Supplemental Resource Collection Process (SRCP), Budget Exhibits Generator and Standard Data Collection System (SDCS)) to formulate, justify, and execute DoD budgets. These six or more systems interact with at least several computer-based systems controlled by external organizations and agencies. These systems manage very similar financial information, yet each uses its own scheme for representing information. Much of the information managed by these systems is redundant. Cross-system data representations and redundancies make it difficult to exchange and to reconcile information. The capabilities provided by Comptroller systems, in some cases, fail to deliver services needed by its users, or fail to operate in ways that complement current and emerging business practices. They fail to give executives information in a comprehensible form, making it difficult to draw conclusions. Data disparities and functional redundancy make these systems more costly to maintain than they need to be. There is a critical need for the development of a state-of-the-art information technology system to modernize and replace multiple, antiquated legacy systems and processes used to formulate, justify, present and defend the entire Department of Defense Budget in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) (OUSD(C)) to meet Title 10 and Title 31 mission and reporting requirements. The Comptroller’s plan for mitigating the deficiencies and capability gaps associated with current systems is development of the Next Generation Resource Management System. This initiative exploits emerging technology, processes, trends, capabilities, and techniques to incorporate state-of-the-art information technology enabling the ability, agility, and level of fidelity to collect, process, administer and report resource management data and to automate business processes within a more robust analytical environment within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) OUSD(C). Funded efforts will improve the timeliness of resource management reviews and decisions for senior leaders and Congress. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION TRACKING AND REPORTING TOOL: No RDT&E funds are requested. The Defense Financial Management Certification Program (DFMCP) meets the business requirement to comply with section 1051 of the FY 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Public Law 112-81, authorizing the Secretary of Defense to establish a certification program for the 54,000 Financial Management (FM) workforce in order to improve audit readiness and analytic capability. The Department of Defense has a requirement to strengthen the professional development of the DoD financial management workforce and to ensure that DoD financial managers are properly trained to meet current and future requirements to support the Warfighter. The DFMCP is the approved strategy to meet this requirement. The DFMCP needs a tracking and reporting tool for web-based course training and exams, a robust reporting capability for standard and ad hoc reports, a course search capability, sort filtering capability, and a capability to attach multiple documents once the training certification requirements are completed. The tool will self-guides users through the policies and procedures required by the program, without the burden of extensive training on how to use the system itself. The tool will enable program operations, with embedded business rules, that represent policy and procedures, and have internal controls that prevent improper actions. The tool will be intuitive, track and record activities, and enable users to perform correct actions the first time. The tool will provide a reporting tool that furnishes leadership with near real time management reports concerning FM Workforce Certification Qualifications and be adaptable to reasonable changes in DFMCP policies and procedures. UNCLASSIFIED OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative PE 0605027D8Z: Volume 3B - 262 Page 2 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

341 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative BA 5: / / PE 0605027D8Z 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) UNIVERSE OF TRANSACTIONS: Funding will support financial audit. A Universe of Transaction (UoT) inclusive of all Department of Defense (DoD) Wide Appropriation General Fund (TI-97) information is needed to support reconciliation of fifteen General Fund accounting systems, reconciliation of eighteen business feeder systems to general fund accounting system, and validating UoT capabilities through the audit examinations of DCMA and DoDEA. The DoD TI-97 UoT requires: • All supporting TI-97 data that rolls up to the DoD financial statement (detailed accounting data reconciled to the financial statement) • Proof of the completeness of all transactional data reported within the UoT (detailed accounting data reconciled to business events) • Ability to extract subset populations • Ability to secure and protect the data within the UoT The failure to meet these requirements will result in the Department unable to successfully conduct and pass an audit. To achieve these requirements, the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) is creating a tool called the Auditable Universe of Data Intelligence Tool (AUD-IT). This tool has the potential to significantly improve DoD’s capability and capacity to handle large volumes of standard and non-standard financial data. Both an application and analytical platform, the AUD-IT leverages an open-source software framework for storing data and running applications to deliver a complete UoT for TI-97. The first phase of AUD-IT implementation is a proof of concept with the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) systems to develop a baseline application and configuration. When the first phase has been successfully completed, the second phase will integrate into the full solution any remaining accounting and business feeder systems that execute TI-97 funds and be the solution for DATA Act. The current timeline for the proof of concept is estimated to be completed by December 2017. AUD-IT is a joint effort between Office of the Deputy Chief Financial Officer (ODCFO), Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer (ODCMO), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), USSOCOM, and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS). The FY19 funds will be used to develop and implement a SIPR environment for Cost Accounting Framework to meet Operations Security (OPSEC) and Information Security (INFOSEC) requirements UNCLASSIFIED OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative PE 0605027D8Z: Volume 3B - 263 Page 3 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

342 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 5: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative PE 0605027D8Z 0400: / System Development & Demonstration (SDD) FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 8.831 21.353 9.590 - 9.590 16.131 Current President's Budget - 9.590 9.590 21.353 0.000 7.300 0.000 0.000 - Total Adjustments • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - - - - - • FY17 Supplemental Adjustment 7.300 Change Summary Explanation FY 2019 BUDGET REQUEST JUSTIFICATION: +$8.090 million is required to support Next Generation Resource Management System (NGRMS) and $1.500 million is required to support Universe of Transactions. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 264 Page 4 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

343 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) OUSD(C) IT PE 0605027D8Z / / 0400 927 / Next Generation Resource 5 Development Initiative Management System FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 8.458 8.306 8.206 8.090 Continuing Continuing 8.157 8.090 - 38.474 8.831 8.853 Next Generation Resource 927: Management System - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Department’s budget focuses on institutionalizing and financing our capabilities to fight the wars we are in today and the scenarios we are most likely to face in the years ahead, while at the same time mitigating risk and providing for contingency operations. It also includes a fundamental overhaul of the DoD’s approach to procurement, acquisition, and contracting. As such, the complex details of budgeting and tracking of funds become increasingly critical to senior leader decision making and to provide accountability to the taxpayer. Incorporating information technology toward current and emerging business processes manifesting into a state-of-the art system of systems will result in increasing efficiencies, timely diagnostics, and reducing lifecycle costs to maintain, sustain and repair. Today, the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense Comptroller OUSD(C) and the Cost Analysis and Program Evaluation (CAPE) use various distinct automated systems (Comptroller Information System (CIS), Program Resource Collection Process (PRCP), Supplemental Resource Collection Process (SRCP), Budget Exhibits Generator and Standard Data Collection System (SDCS)) to formulate, justify, and execute DoD budgets. These six or more systems interact with at least several computer-based systems controlled by external organizations and agencies. These systems manage very similar financial information, yet each uses its own scheme for representing information. Much of the information managed by these systems is redundant. Cross-system data representations and redundancies make it difficult to exchange and to reconcile information. The capabilities provided by Comptroller systems, in some cases, fail to deliver services needed by its users, or fail to operate in ways that complement current and emerging business practices. They fail to give executives information in a comprehensible form, making it difficult to draw conclusions. Data disparities and functional redundancy make these systems more costly to maintain than they need to be. There is a critical need for the development of a state-of-the-art information technology system to modernize and replace multiple, antiquated legacy systems and processes used to formulate, justify, present and defend the entire Department of Defense Budget in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) (OUSD(C)) to meet Title 10 and Title 31 mission and reporting requirements. The Comptroller’s plan for mitigating the deficiencies and capability gaps associated with current systems is development of the Next Generation Resource Management System. This initiative exploits emerging technology, processes, trends, capabilities, and techniques to incorporate state-of-the-art information technology enabling the ability, agility, and level of fidelity to collect, process, administer and report resource management data and to automate business processes within a more robust analytical environment within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) OUSD(C). Funded efforts will improve the timeliness of resource management reviews and decisions for senior leaders and Congress. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 8.853 8.831 8.090 Next Generation Resource Management System Title: UNCLASSIFIED OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative PE 0605027D8Z: Volume 3B - 265 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 5 of 21 R-1 Line #126

344 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Next Generation Resource / 927 / 5 0400 PE 0605027D8Z / OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Management System B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 Description: Plan, develop, test and evaluate the system components (i.e. unified database, expert system, cross domain security, enterprise service bus, applications, services) and supportability requirements in modernizing the budget formulation, programming execution and reporting capabilities for the Department of Defense. Activities will include, but not be limited to, the preparation of all documentation required for Clinger-Cohen Compliance and acquisition regulations, developing requests for proposals, and oversight and management of contracts and deliverables. FY 2018 Plans: After the NGRMS program funding was transferred from DLA to OUSD(C) in FY2017, the Comptroller staff has begun work on developing a comprehensive, integrated plan as part of acquisition planning activities that will describe the business, technical, and support strategies to manage program risks and meet program objectives. OUSD(C) has taken the first step in getting the program back on track. OUSD(C) and CAPE are working on a joint spiral development effort to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the DoD budget formulation process by consolidating multiple budget data collection points into a prototype for programming and budget data. This would combine the collection of data performed by the existing applications Standard Data Collection System (SDCS) (Manpower, Forces, Pay Rates, DWCF), Comptroller Information System (CIS), Program Resources Collection Process (PRCP) (Procurement, Research Development Test & Development, Military Construction and Procurement) and the Comptroller Information System (CIS). This serves as an important proof-of-concept for future development of NGRMS. Certain elements of agile development and the waterfall method are applied to provide incremental, staged improvements in functionality. The prototype will provide a single, centralized user interface for the DoD components and agencies to submit their budget requests using a common, integrated budget structure, improving efficiency and effectiveness by removing redundancy and need for data reconciliation across multiple budget systems. This initial phase will support capabilities to collect and feed the budget request data back to existing Comptroller and CAPE legacy systems (CIS, PRCP, and SDCS) to be further processed as part of the President's Budget submission process. This effort is intended to expand into the next development phase of the NGRMS. To prove the concept, OUSD(C) and CAPE have begun to capture and process Manpower (Military End Strength and Civilian FTEs) data. The purpose of this prototype is to prove that budget submission data can be captured with a commonly defined data structure, transformed, and exchanged back to CIS, PRCP and SDCS in a seamless manner. OUSD(C) and CAPE are currently working to define a standard set of submission data elements for collection of Manpower data. The single submission prototype effort is intended to expand to include capture of all budget transaction types and will lead to NGRMS, the modernization and consolidation of multiple budget systems, implementation of next generation capabilities, and eventually, retirement of multiple legacy systems. FY 2019 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 266 Page 6 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

345 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) OUSD(C) IT / / 927 0400 / 5 Next Generation Resource PE 0605027D8Z Development Initiative Management System B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 Continue work on the prototype for programming and budget data. The development of a web-based user interface to support the submission process and the to-be process flow for the centralized collection of other budget program data, and conceptual design for program collection are in the plan for FY2019. Additional systems will be brought on as soon as there is success with proof of concept. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The decrease was due to the changes in the scope of NGRMS requirements. The program was brought in house from DLA which reduced program management support. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 8.831 8.853 8.090 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Develop prototype on a smaller scale to replace legacy mission system by leveraging existing resources to explore possible contract awards. E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative PE 0605027D8Z: Volume 3B - 267 Page 7 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

346 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 0400 / 5 Next Generation Resource PE 0605027D8Z / OUSD(C) IT 927 Development Initiative Management System FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base OCO Contract Target Prior Total Method Performing Value of Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Complete Date Cost Contract Date Cost & Type Date Cost Cost Date Cost Activity & Location OUSD(C) : Pentagon Development 8.853 & Contractor Off-site Continuing 38.474 8.831 Jul 2018 C/TBD Jul 2018 8.090 Jul 2019 - 8.090 Continuing - Facility Subtotal Continuing 8.090 - Continuing N/A 38.474 8.831 8.853 8.090 Target FY 2019 Value of Cost To Total FY 2019 Prior FY 2019 OCO Base Total Complete FY 2018 Cost FY 2017 Years Contract Project Cost Totals Continuing Continuing - N/A 8.090 38.474 8.831 8.853 8.090 Remarks UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 268 Page 8 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

347 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 OUSD(C) IT Next Generation Resource / / / 5 927 PE 0605027D8Z Development Initiative Management System UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 269 R-1 Line #126 Page 9 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

348 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 927 0400 / 5 Next Generation Resource PE 0605027D8Z / OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Management System Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year NGRMS Prototype 2018 2020 3 Development 4 UNCLASSIFIED OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative PE 0605027D8Z: Volume 3B - 270 R-1 Line #126 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 10 of 21

349 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) OUSD(C) IT PE 0605027D8Z / / 0400 929 / Financial Management Certification 5 Development Initiative Tracking and Reporting Tool FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 0.000 0.000 0.000 2.000 Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 0.000 929: Financial Management Certification Tracking and Reporting Tool - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Investment Review Board approved the Department of Defense Financial Management Certification Program (DFMCP) Problem Statement on July 28th, 2016. The DFMCP meets the business requirement to comply with section 1051 of the FY 2012 NDAA, Public Law 112-8 for improved audit readiness and analytic capability of the 54,000-strong Financial Management (FM) workforce. The Department of Defense continues to use the Washington Headquarter Services Learning Management System (LMS) DFMCP system of record. LMS has performed barely adequately in implementing the certification program. A fair assessment by the program office is that despite three years of providing, improving and proliferating training, most FM LMS users and administrators cannot use the LMS proficiently. The result from the users’ perspectives is that the program is flawed, that achievement of certification is unnecessarily difficult, and that instead of enabling the DFMCP, the FM LMS is an obstacle to be surmounted. The FM workforce’s frustration with the FM LMS was raised by the Military Department Comptrollers and the Directors of the DFAS and DCAA as the most significant issue with the new FM Certification Program and an issue requiring immediate resolution. This culminated with an Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) decision to explore other alternatives to the current FM LMS. The existing FM LMS is a cumbersome and expensive system. This effort is to plan, develop, test and implement the DoD Financial Management Certification Tracking and Reporting Tool (FM-CTRT) as a more efficient and cost effective solution. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 2.000 0.000 0.000 Title: Financial Management Certification Tracking and Reporting Tool Description: Plan, develop, test and implement the DoD Financial Management Certification Tracking and Reporting tool (FM- CTRT). This tool implements the internal controls outlined in DODI 1300.26, Financial Management Certification Program. The tool will provide the DoD Financial Management workforce with the on-line capability to work toward and track their FM certification. Further it must promote the efficiency and effectiveness of the DoD FM workforce to meet the requirements the FY12 NDAA authorizing the Certification of the DOD FM community. FY 2018 Plans: Pre-contract award in Q2 through Q3. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 271 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 11 of 21 R-1 Line #126

350 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) OUSD(C) IT / Financial Management Certification 929 0400 / 5 / PE 0605027D8Z Development Initiative Tracking and Reporting Tool B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 Award contract in Q4. FY 2019 Plans: Development of tool. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The contract will be awarded in FY18 and the tool will be developed in FY19. No additional RDT&E is needed in FY19. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.000 0.000 0.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Pre-contract award in Q2 through Q3. Award contract in Q4. E. Performance Metrics N/A. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 272 Page 12 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

351 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / OUSD(C) IT Financial Management Certification / 0400 / 5 929 PE 0605027D8Z Development Initiative Tracking and Reporting Tool Remarks No FY19 RDT&E funds are requested. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 273 R-1 Line #126 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 13 of 21

352 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 OUSD(C) IT Financial Management Certification / / / 5 929 PE 0605027D8Z Development Initiative Tracking and Reporting Tool UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 274 R-1 Line #126 Page 14 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

353 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 929 0400 / 5 Financial Management Certification PE 0605027D8Z / OUSD(C) IT Tracking and Reporting Tool Development Initiative Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year FM-CTRT Milestone Acquisiiton 2018 4 2018 2 4 2020 Development 2018 2 2 2020 Implementation 4 2020 UNCLASSIFIED OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative PE 0605027D8Z: Volume 3B - 275 Page 15 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

354 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 Universe of Transactions PE 0605027D8Z / OUSD(C) IT 0400 / 930 / Development Initiative FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 - Continuing 0.000 1.500 8.650 7.300 10.500 1.500 930: Universe of Transactions - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Without a single UoT to support the TI97 General Fund for the 4th Estate the Department will be incapable of asserting readiness for an independent audit of the consolidated financial statements. All DoD organizations are pursuing the current statutory goal of achieving the state of audit readiness (target September 30, 2017) that supports entry into a full financial statement of audit in FY 2018 (target start date March 2018) with an initial opinion rendered in mid-FY 2019. Without an automated capability to provide a transactional universe for sampling and evidentiary proof the department will not be in compliance with public law. The requested funds will be used to buy “Big Data” software and hardware infrastructure and required contractor services to implement the technology to meet the UoT requirement. This UFR includes subject matter expertise costs for DCFO and funds to be placed on a contract for hardware, software, and labor. This will not result in hiring additional government personnel. The UoT will have the capability to: • Ingest data from multiple accounting and financial feeder systems • Normalize data from multiple sources providing a common data architecture • Reconcile transactional details to summary financial data • Provide auditor’s the ability to sample TI-97 detailed transactions • Business Analytics/Reporting • DATA Act which is a statutory requirement to be completed by May 2017 • Provide NIPR and SIPR capability for non-sensitive and sensitive data This effort is a proof of concept focused on USSOCOM, but will apply to all TI-97 general fund entities. The scope is to bring in data from an estimated 50 systems and demonstrate existence and completeness of business and accounting transaction data, which are capabilities required for audit readiness. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 7.300 1.500 10.500 Title: Universe of Transactions Defense Wide Appropriation General Fund Description: Plan, develop, test and evaluate the system components (i.e. unified database, cross domain security, applications, services) and supportability requirements in creating a universe of transactions for the Defense Wide General Fund Appropriation financial audit. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 276 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 16 of 21 R-1 Line #126

355 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605027D8Z 930 / 5 / 0400 / OUSD(C) IT Universe of Transactions Development Initiative B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 The funds will be used to support increments three, four, five, and six per the schedule. FY 2018 Plans: Reconcile fifteen General Fund accounting systems Reconcile eighteen business feeder systems to general fund accounting system. Validate UoT capabilities through the audit examinations of DCMA and DoDEA FY 2019 Plans: Develop and implement a SIPR environment for Cost Accounting Framework to meet Operations Security (OPSEC) and Information Security (INFOSEC) requirements FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: As we began planning the design of the long-term IT solution for the Cost Accounting Framework, we incorporated funding requirements into the Universe of Transaction FY18 budget to cover a NIPR solution. Since that budgeting exercise, it has become apparent that we will need funds in the FY19 budget for a SIPR environment to meet project Operations Security (OPSEC) and Information Security (INFOSEC) requirements. The FY19 funds are needed to support the additional scope of a SIPR implementation for the Cost Accounting Framework database and visualization application. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 7.300 10.500 1.500 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Leveraging existing contracts to develop and implement SIPR environment. E. Performance Metrics 97% of the Defense Agencies accounting systems reconcile to the unadjusted trial balance UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 277 Page 17 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

356 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-3 RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: , Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400 PE 0605027D8Z 5 OUSD(C) IT Universe of Transactions / 930 / / Development Initiative FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Total Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Award Cost To Total Value of Cost Date & Type Years Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Category Item Complete Date Cost Cost Activity & Location Contract Continuing Continuing 1.150 - Mar 2019 - Production C/TBD OUSD(C) : Pentagon 6.847 5.900 May 2017 7.500 Apr 2018 1.150 Jul 2019 Development - - - 0.350 OUSD(C) : Pentagon - 0.350 Continuing Continuing - C/TBD Support C/TBD OUSD(C) : Pentagon 1.803 1.400 Jan 2018 3.000 Apr 2018 - - - Continuing Continuing - Subtotal 7.300 N/A Continuing 10.500 8.650 Continuing 1.500 1.500 - Target FY 2019 Value of Cost To Total FY 2019 Prior FY 2019 OCO Base Total Complete FY 2018 Cost FY 2017 Years Contract Project Cost Totals - 1.500 N/A Continuing 8.650 7.300 10.500 1.500 Continuing Remarks UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 278 R-1 Line #126 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 18 of 21

357 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605027D8Z 930 OUSD(C) IT 0400 / 5 Universe of Transactions / / Development Initiative UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 279 Page 19 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

358 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605027D8Z 930 OUSD(C) IT 0400 / 5 Universe of Transactions / / Development Initiative UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 280 Page 20 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

359 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) OUSD(C) IT / / 930 0400 / 5 Universe of Transactions PE 0605027D8Z Development Initiative Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Acquisiiton Milestone 2 Pilot to Production Decision 2017 3 2017 3 Begin Full Acquisiton Prep 2017 2017 4 3 3 Development of SIPR Environment for Cost Accounting Framework 2020 2019 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605027D8Z: OUSD(C) IT Development Initiative Volume 3B - 281 Page 21 of 21 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #126

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361 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0605075D8Z / DCMO Policy and Integration Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 90.240 0.000 2.810 2.105 - 2.105 1.623 1.655 1.682 1.713 Continuing Total Program Element 2.105 Continuing Continuing 1.713 1.682 1.655 1.623 - 2.105 90.240 0.000 2.810 DCMO Policy and 075: Integration A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification To produce and sustain a Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA) to guide business transformation and business system investment actions for the DoD. The requirement to produce and maintain a BEA is codified in NDAA 2012, USC Title 10, Section 2222 with amplifying guidance from OMB. The proposed program provides improved capabilities to access and use the BEA information including descriptions of business processes and associated information assets; required capabilities and associated performance requirements; and governing laws, regulations and policies (LRPs). FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 2.122 0.000 2.810 2.122 - Previous President's Budget Current President's Budget 0.000 2.810 2.105 - 2.105 Total Adjustments 0.000 - -0.017 0.000 -0.017 • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - -0.017 - -0.017 - • Program adjustment - UNCLASSIFIED DCMO Policy and Integration PE 0605075D8Z: Volume 3B - 283 R-1 Line #128 Page 1 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

362 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 DCMO Policy and Integration PE 0605075D8Z / DCMO Policy and 0400 / 075 / Integration FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 1.713 1.682 1.655 2.105 Continuing 1.623 2.105 - 90.240 0.000 2.810 075: DCMO Policy and Integration Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification To produce and sustain a Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA) to guide business transformation and business system investment actions for the DoD. The requirement to produce and maintain a BEA is codified in NDAA 2012, USC Title 10, Section 2222 with amplifying guidance from OMB. The proposed program provides improved capabilities to access and use the BEA information including descriptions of business processes and associated information assets; required capabilities and associated performance requirements; and governing laws, regulations and policies (LRPs). B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 0.000 2.105 Title: DCMO Policy and Integration 2.810 Description: - Defined and developed engineering and information technology development plans - Established acquisition strategy and detailed implementation schedule - Vetted project plan and implementation goals objectives and outcomes within the Defense Business Council FY 2018 Plans: Sustain this effort with previous year funding deliver more efficient and effective applications and information resource capabilities supporting DCMO Title 10 Section 2222 responsibilities for Defense Business Enterprise Architecture FY 2019 Plans: Sustain this effort and deliver more efficient and effective applications and information resource capabilities supporting DCMO Title 10 Section 2222 responsibilities for Defense Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA) compliance assessments to include: • Developing and using functional strategies to enable and achieve DoD business mission initiatives, business process outcomes and investment decisions • Documenting and managing problem statement data that defines requirements for DOTMLPF capabilities and using them to support needs assessment, reuse and investment opportunities within and across Component and functional domains • Conducting cross functional business reviews to determine interdependencies of functional strategies, processes and systems, and to support business life-cycle optimization opportunities and improved net benefits. • Comprehensive system sustainment and transition analytics. UNCLASSIFIED DCMO Policy and Integration PE 0605075D8Z: Volume 3B - 284 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 7 R-1 Line #128

363 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605075D8Z DCMO Policy and Integration 075 0400 / 5 DCMO Policy and / / Integration B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Additionally, providing business intelligence and analytics (BIA) capabilities to support Financial system integration and detailed transaction reporting to meet audit readiness requirements. The BIA program includes technologies for integration with other DoD authoritative data sources, business intelligence reporting capabilities/tools, and requisite DoD data hosting center support. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease anticipates continued ongoing development progress and further capability enhancements within the approved gov't cost estimate. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.810 0.000 2.105 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Follow the DoD Instruction 5000.75 process for Business Systems Requirements and Acquisition. E. Performance Metrics Section 2222 of Title 10, USC required that a single Business Mission Area (BMA) Investment Review Board (IRB) be established. As part of the stand-up of this single IRB, Principal Staff Assistant (PSA) and DoD Components are charged with specifying and delivering required business outcomes for the Department. These business outcomes are then incorporated into the architecture and data products making up the Department's Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA), under the oversight and direction of the Defense Business Council. These metrics measure the incorporation of the Component identified business outcomes and associated component organizational alignments into the BEA. • FY 2017 Goal: 100% of BEA discoverable data artifacts transitioned to a government cloud based information environment. • FY 2018 Goal: 30% of business outcomes and Business Capability Acquisition Cycle performance data incorporated into the BEA. This metric measures the discoverability of BEA content that supports DoD decision making. • FY 2019 Goal: 75% of business outcomes and Business Capability Acquisition Cycle performance data incorporated into the BEA. This metric measures the discoverability of BEA content that supports DoD decision Section 2222 of Title 10, USC further required that the defense business enterprise architecture include an information infrastructure to enable the producing of timely accurate and reliable business information. This metric measures the discoverability of BEA content that supports DoD decision making. • FY 2017 Goal: 100% of BEA data artifacts are discoverable via web services. UNCLASSIFIED DCMO Policy and Integration PE 0605075D8Z: Volume 3B - 285 Page 3 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #128

364 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 DCMO Policy and DCMO Policy and Integration / / / 5 075 PE 0605075D8Z Integration • FY 2018 Goal: 100% of BEA discoverable data artifacts transitioned to a government cloud based information environment. • FY 2019 Goal: 60% of defense business system investment and portfolio analytical products leverage the BEA cloud based information environment UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605075D8Z: DCMO Policy and Integration Volume 3B - 286 R-1 Line #128 Page 4 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

365 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 DCMO Policy and PE 0605075D8Z / DCMO Policy and Integration / 0400 075 Integration FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base Total FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Target Contract Award Total Cost To Award Value of Method Award Performing Award Prior Complete Years Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Cost Contract Cost Option/ Design Enterprise - - Continuing Continuing - DCMO : Mark Center 0.000 - - - CPFF Architecture Taxonomy Capability to automate and generate metadata Option/ Continuing - - - Continuing - - - DCMO : Mark Center 0.000 CPFF on ingest of architecture information Extend user access to Option/ - DCMO : Mark Center 0.000 - 2.810 2.105 0.000 2.105 Continuing Continuing CPFF BEA via web services Port BEA into Cloud Option/ - - DCMO : Mark Center 90.240 - - Continuing - - Continuing CPFF evironment Subtotal - Continuing 2.810 N/A 90.240 Continuing 2.105 2.105 0.000 Target FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Prior Cost To Total Value of OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2018 Complete Cost Base Years Contract Project Cost Totals Continuing 0.000 2.105 N/A 90.240 - 2.810 2.105 Continuing Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605075D8Z: DCMO Policy and Integration Volume 3B - 287 R-1 Line #128 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 5 of 7

366 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605075D8Z 075 DCMO Policy and 0400 / 5 DCMO Policy and Integration / / Integration UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605075D8Z: DCMO Policy and Integration Volume 3B - 288 Page 6 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #128

367 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605075D8Z 075 DCMO Policy and 0400 / 5 DCMO Policy and Integration / / Integration UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605075D8Z: DCMO Policy and Integration Volume 3B - 289 Page 7 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #128

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369 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 7.000 67.252 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing Total Program Element 0.000 Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 2.000 0.000 Trusted Mask Trust 837: Approach Continuing Continuing 3.000 18.327 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 V&V Capabilities and 838: Standards for Trust 46.925 Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 4.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 - 0.000 New Trust Approach 839: Note Beginning in FY 2018, funds from this Program Element (PE) will be transferred to PEs in BA 4, 0604294D8Z and BA 5, 0605294D8Z to allow more efficient execution of developmental and prototyping activities within the body of work.. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) supports activities to ensure critical and sensitive integrated circuits are available to meet the DoD’s needs. It refines strategies and management planning activities that will: (1) provide support to acquisition programs to address trusted and assured microelectronics supply needs; (2) improve capability to evaluate and validate assurance of microelectronic parts and advance standards to incentivize the commercial marketplace to recognize hardware assurance as a competitive design standard; and (3) develop and demonstrate alternative approaches to the DoD Trusted Foundry program to assure the microelectronics supply chain in order to enable broader DoD access to commercial state-of-the-art (SOTA) microelectronics technology. This activity will be coordinated by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, and will include performers from the DoD Components, the Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA), the Joint Federated Assurance Center (JFAC), the Defense Advanced Research Programs Agency (DARPA), other DoD and Intelligence Community science and technology (S&T) organizations and laboratories, the defense industry, and the broader commercial industrial base. It will integrate the functions of the DoD Trusted Foundry Program, the Trusted Supplier accreditation program, JFAC, and related S&T activities. This activity implements, maintains, and updates the DoD’s long-term microelectronics strategy. Additionally this activity places emphasis on incentivizing and proving new microelectronics technology solutions. Recognizing that a trusted and assured supply of microelectronics is a U.S. Government (USG)-wide concern, this activity will interface with interagency partners to take into account interagency requirements, opportunities for collaboration, and strategic decisions that can be made to limit the overall cost of these requirements to the USG. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted Foundry PE 0605140D8Z: Volume 3B - 291 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 19 R-1 Line #131

370 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: BA 5: PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry / System Development & Demonstration (SDD) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 69.000 0.000 67.252 0.000 0.000 - Current President's Budget 0.000 -1.748 Total Adjustments 0.000 - 0.000 • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -1.662 - - • FFRDC Transfer -0.076 - - - - - - - • Other Adjustments -0.010 Change Summary Explanation FY 2018 funds transferred to PE 0604294D8Z in BA 4 for development and prototyping activities and PE 0605294D8Z in BA 5 for demonstration activities. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 292 R-1 Line #131 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 19

371 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / PE 0605140D8Z 0400 Trusted Foundry / 837 / Trusted Mask Trust Approach 5 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 2.000 0.000 Trusted Mask Trust 837: Approach - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This project staffs and supports operation of a new secure (SECRET-level) photomask manufacturing capability at an existing SOTA commercial photomask manufacturing supplier to secure the masks and design IP of acquisition programs when using commercial microelectronic fabrication facilities other than the Trusted Foundry. This capability can be used in conjunction with one or more leading-edge commercial foundries. This capability will address trusted masks at technology node sizes less than 130 nanometers (nm) down to 14nm. Beginning in FY 2018, funding for this project has been transferred to BA 5 PE 0605294D8Z, P812, to continue execution of funds in support of the mission. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 2.000 - Title: Trusted Mask Trust Approach - Description: DMEA will provide management and technical support, as required, to procure secure mask data parsing services for the Department, as well as other Federal entities, by upgrading an existing SOTA commercial photomask manufacturing supplier with a Trusted photomask capability to ensure the integrity of the tape-in/mask release, mask manufacturing, and authentication process for photomasks. Starting in FY 2018, a SOTA commercial photomask manufacturing supplier will be equipped with a new secure (SECRET-level) photomask manufacturing capability (note: DMEA is still awaiting receipt of $7.200 million planned for this effort as part of a FY 2017 Defense Production Act (DPA) Title III project) and staffed to provide the required critical Trusted photomask capabilities. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals - 2.000 - C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Performance for this project is monitored in the following ways: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 293 R-1 Line #131 Page 3 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

372 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Trusted Foundry Trusted Mask Trust Approach / 0400 / 5 837 PE 0605140D8Z - Number of photomasks created using the secure photomask manufacturing capability. - Number of acquisition programs using the secure photomask manufacturing capability. - Number of technology node sizes supported by the secure photomask manufacturing capability. - Number of foundries supported by the secure photomask manufacturing capability. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted Foundry PE 0605140D8Z: Volume 3B - 294 R-1 Line #131 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 19

373 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Trusted Mask Trust Approach / 0400 / 837 5 PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Total OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Contract Target Award Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Value of Cost Activity & Location Date & Type Cost Category Item Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Cost Date Contract Defense Trusted Mask Trust Microelectronics - - - - MIPR Continuing Continuing - Mar 2017 - 2.000 Activity (DMEA) : Approach California Subtotal - 2.000 - N/A - - Continuing Continuing - Target Value of Total Cost To FY 2019 Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2018 Base Years OCO Total Complete Cost FY 2017 Contract Project Cost Totals N/A - Continuing Continuing - - 2.000 0.000 - Remarks N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 295 Page 5 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #131

374 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 0400 PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry Trusted Mask Trust Approach 837 / / FY 2023 FY 2022 FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 4 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 Trusted Mask Facility Creation Trusted Mask Facility Creation UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 296 Page 6 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #131

375 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Trusted Foundry / Trusted Mask Trust Approach / 0400 / 5 837 PE 0605140D8Z Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Year Quarter Year Quarter Trusted Mask Facility Creation 2018 4 Trusted Mask Facility Creation 1 2017 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 297 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 7 of 19 R-1 Line #131

376 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Trusted Foundry PE 0605140D8Z / / 0400 838 / V&V Capabilities and Standards for 5 Trust FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 0.000 - 3.000 18.327 0.000 V&V Capabilities and 838: Standards for Trust - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This project improves microelectronics test and verification methodologies in support of verifying trust of untrusted parts and develops standards/practices to foster commercial development of secure and trusted parts. Verification and test technologies are required to provide direct program support for microelectronics trust verification when DoD Trusted Foundry Program options are not available. Core technical laboratories have recently been chartered as a Joint Federated Assurance Center (JFAC) to provide this support. Out-year demands will require an increase in capacity, which will take the form of additional personnel and/or equipment to permit scaling of assessment capabilities. Challenges have been identified, to include the ability to analyze leading-edge technologies, throughput/time required for analysis, ability to analyze third-party IP contained in microelectronic components, and analysis of non-application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) components that are increasingly being used for agility, e.g., Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). This project addresses these gaps in current technical capabilities in a collaborative nature amongst the core technical laboratories, driven by projected and realized out-year demand. Three capability areas core to microelectronics analysis and verification will be improved: • Physical verification, i.e., destructive analysis of integrated circuits and printed circuit boards • Functional analysis, i.e., non-destructive screening/verification of select, critical parts • Design verification, i.e., verification/assurance of designs, IP, netlists, bitstreams, firmware, etc. These improvements will address two primary attributes: (1) technical capability including laboratory equipment, analysis tools, such as imaging software, and highly skilled tradecraft, and (2) the capacity to perform assessments. This project also develops standards and practices in support of assured designs and supply chains and formal relationships with industry to foster commercial development of secure, trusted, and assured parts and for acquisition of government access to proprietary designs, software, development, and quality assurance processes and test procedures to develop practices that minimize security flaws in designs and facilitate verification. Two capability areas that are core to improved commercial designs will be improved, i.e., assured designs and supply chains. Beginning in FY 2018, funding for this project has been transferred to BA 4 PE 0604294D8Z, P645, to accurately reflect execution of funds in support of the mission. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Verification and Validation (V&V) Capabilities and Standards for Trust - 18.327 - Title: UNCLASSIFIED Trusted Foundry PE 0605140D8Z: Volume 3B - 298 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 8 of 19 R-1 Line #131

377 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) V&V Capabilities and Standards for / 838 / 5 0400 PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry Trust B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 Starting in FY 2017, this program funded a dedicated technical government subject matter expert (SME) at several Description: JFAC laboratories and provided support for identified JFAC acquisition program pilots and non-program-related assessments, e.g., suspicious parts acquired by law enforcement or that failed in the field. In addition, utilizing the 2015 JFAC hardware assurance capability survey, developed a plan of action based on incremental technical improvement and capacity across participating JFAC laboratories in the following areas: • Equipment re-capitalization and new equipment • Data and imaging processing • Enhanced automation • Technology and IP licensing • Training and SME development • Maintenance support • Feasibility studies • Reimbursable (test fixtures, boards, parts, and supplies) • Direct program support in related areas beyond the acquisition programs’ technical capability or capacity to address. The JFAC will: (1) improve its microelectronics test and verification methodologies in support of verifying trust and assurance of parts and (2) develop standards/practices to foster commercial development of secure, trusted and assured parts. Cost sharing of direct program support prioritized for FY 2017 focused on addressing technical gaps and assurance-related findings. This project also supported the following efforts that continue in FY 2018 under BA 4 PE 0604294D8Z, P645: • Improvements to the core JFAC’s (1) technical capability, i.e., laboratory equipment, IP, analysis tools, such as imaging software (SW), and highly skilled tradecraft, and (2) the capacity to perform assessments. Out-year demands will continue to require an increase in capacity, which will take the form of additional personnel and/or equipment to permit scaling of assessment capabilities. • Enhancement of automation needed to increase the throughput of information produced by individual JFAC laboratory tools as well as to facilitate information sharing across the families of tools used for analysis and testing. • Development of common SME training and protocols based on the existing tool base, to include both commercial and government-developed tools. • Funding of an additional SME per core laboratory in support of the microelectronics trust verification and other JFAC-related work. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 299 Page 9 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #131

378 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) V&V Capabilities and Standards for / 838 Trusted Foundry / 5 0400 PE 0605140D8Z / Trust B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 • Investment in the above technical areas based on priority and monitor and report increased technical capability from the baseline 2016 level. Standards and Practices. Initiate the: • Development of standards and best practices, and relationships with industry, to foster commercial development of secure and trusted parts. • Establishment of formal relationships with FPGA vendors and other key commercial suppliers to improve device and IP security. • Acquisition of government access to proprietary designs, software, development, and quality assurance processes and test procedures to develop design practices that minimize security flaws and facilitate verification. • Establishment of government and industry working groups to develop test procedures to validate the trust of designs. • Documentation and promulgation of security-enhancing design practices across government, industry, and academia. • Development of industry-wide standards and practices to establish a common understanding of what constitutes verified and trusted hardware/software/firmware at both the component and systems level. • Development of a common lexicon for secure hardware/software/firmware in collaboration with the Committee for National Security Systems, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the broader United States Government, industry, and academia. • Definition of supply chain controls for assured chain of custody for critical and other microelectronics devices and IP. • Development of security training and educate government and industry system security engineers and material managers on supply chain and life-cycle management best practices using agreed-upon language, standards, and practices. • Alignment of DoD Instruction 5200.44 (Protection of Mission Critical Functions to Achieve Trusted Systems and Networks (TSN)), related policies, and NIST 800-161 (Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems and Organizations) with industry standards identifying and addressing gaps in definition and criteria and establishing accepted levels of supplier and part trustworthiness. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 18.327 - - C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Performance for this project is monitored in the following ways: UNCLASSIFIED Trusted Foundry PE 0605140D8Z: Volume 3B - 300 Page 10 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #131

379 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 5 Trusted Foundry V&V Capabilities and Standards for / 0400 / / 838 PE 0605140D8Z Trust • Increases in throughput in current JFAC laboratories, and stands-up of additional capability/capacity as required, so that at least two laboratories will have capability in physical verification, functional analysis, and design verification to increase the DoD’s overall microelectronics trust verification and test capacity for analysis of state-of the practice parts. • Increased Probability of Detection of malicious insertion and/or counterfeit parts. • Cost to evaluate components. • Time to evaluate components. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 301 R-1 Line #131 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 11 of 19

380 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 0400 / 5 V&V Capabilities and Standards for PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry 838 Trust FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base OCO Total Target Contract Total Value of Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Cost Date Cost Complete Date Cost & Type Date Cost Contract Date Cost Activity & Location Various (DARPA, Air V&V Capabilities and MIPR Mar 2017 Force, Army, Navy, Continuing 3.000 18.327 Continuing - - - - - Standards for Trust NSA) : Various Subtotal Continuing Continuing - - N/A 3.000 18.327 - - Target FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Prior Cost To Total Value of OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2018 Complete Cost Base Years Contract Project Cost Totals N/A Continuing Continuing - - 3.000 18.327 0.000 - Remarks N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 302 Page 12 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #131

381 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 / PE 0605140D8Z 0400 Trusted Foundry / 838 / V&V Capabilities and Standards for Trust FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 3 2 1 4 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 V&V Capabilities and Standards for Trust Equipment re-capitalization and new equipment Data and imaging processing Enhanced automation Technology and IP licensing Training and SME development Maintenance support Feasibility studies Direct program support in related areas beyond the acquisition programs’ technical capability or capacity to address Development of policy, and guidance, standards and best practices, and relationships with industry, to foster commercial development of secure, trusted and assured parts Establishment of formal relationships with FPGA vendors and other key commercial suppliers to improve device and IP security Acquisition of gov't access to proprietary designs, SW, development & quality assurance processes & test procedures to develop design practices to minimize security flaws and facilitate verification UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 303 R-1 Line #131 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 13 of 19

382 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 V&V Capabilities and Standards for PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry 0400 838 / Trust Schedule Details Start End Quarter Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Year V&V Capabilities and Standards for Trust Equipment re-capitalization and new equipment 1 2017 4 2018 2018 Data and imaging processing 1 2017 4 1 Enhanced automation 4 2018 2017 1 2017 4 2018 Technology and IP licensing 2017 Training and SME development 1 4 2018 Maintenance support 1 2017 4 2018 2018 2017 1 4 Feasibility studies Direct program support in related areas beyond the acquisition programs’ technical 1 2017 4 2018 capability or capacity to address Development of policy, and guidance, standards and best practices, and relationships 4 2018 1 2017 with industry, to foster commercial development of secure, trusted and assured parts Establishment of formal relationships with FPGA vendors and other key commercial 1 2017 4 2018 suppliers to improve device and IP security Acquisition of gov't access to proprietary designs, SW, development & quality assurance processes & test procedures to develop design practices to minimize 2017 1 2018 4 security flaws and facilitate verification UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 304 Page 14 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #131

383 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / PE 0605140D8Z 0400 Trusted Foundry / 839 / New Trust Approach 5 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 - 4.000 46.925 0.000 0.000 New Trust Approach 839: - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This project funds a program of research to develop and demonstrate the next generation, technology-driven approach to microelectronics trust and assurance, to include SOTA microelectronics, to ensure continued access to SOTA microelectronic technologies, while maintaining the required level of assurance in all environments. DoD’s ability to access commercial technology for its custom secure, trusted and assured needs is diminishing as SOTA suppliers become fewer and more focused on serving the global commercial market. DoD’s technology needs are broad, and relying on a single source supplier is not feasible. Alternative, advanced manufacturing methods, technologies, and design tools are needed to produce secure, trusted and assured SOTA parts from commercial sources and to preserve access to these advanced nodes while protecting DoD and Defense Industrial Base (DIB) IP from exploitation. It is also intended to dramatically improve the capabilities of the JFAC with regard to verification and validation in support of microelectronics assurance. This program of research will demonstrate innovative design, manufacturing, imaging, tagging, and control and assessment approaches for protecting DoD’s microelectronics supply chain and IP, including alternatives for trusted, strategic radiation-hardened electronics in advanced technology nodes for next-generation strategic systems, obfuscation and disaggregation technologies, and other assurance mitigations. It will demonstrate advanced imaging technologies and forensics, Design for Assurance techniques, active hardware assurance controls, electronic component markers, and a data and analysis capability to enable auditing and independent verification and validation of commercial designs. It also demonstrates and implements concepts for the cost-effective production of custom microelectronics in low volumes and protection of sensitive IP from exploitation. Assurance technologies that can be applied in a broad range of trusted and commercial environments can mitigate the risks associated with sole-source suppliers, and increase the USG’s ability to leverage commercial capabilities. The suite of demonstrated technologies, e.g., alternative manufacturing methods and design tools, will enable DoD to obfuscate the purpose of sensitive devices, verify their origin and function, and protect sensitive IP from exploitation even while using the global supply chain for most hardware. In cases where the risk involved precludes that level of commercial collaboration, low-volume manufacturing technologies demonstrated under this project would permit DoD to more cheaply produce low volumes of sensitive microelectronics in trusted environments. The project will also support demonstration of a repository of third-party IP and EDA tools to expedite circuit design and transition promising technologies to use. Beginning in FY 2018, funding for this project has been transferred to BA 4 PE 0604294D8Z, P646, and BA 5 PE 0605294D8Z, P809. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 - New Trust Approach - 46.925 Title: Description: This project started in FY 2017 with efforts that include demonstration of acquisition program pilots and technology demonstrations, and these efforts will continue under BA 4 PE 0604294D8Z, P646, and BA 5 PE 0605294D8Z, P809. These activities will mature and evaluate trust technologies and techniques through efforts that may include the conduct of studies, Broad UNCLASSIFIED Trusted Foundry PE 0605140D8Z: Volume 3B - 305 R-1 Line #131 Page 15 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

384 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 / 5 / PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry New Trust Approach 839 B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 Agency Announcements (BAAs) and other efforts to coordinate research programs across USG research and development (R&D) organizations, academia and industry. This project will engage early on with potential stakeholders to identify potential transition issues and aid in transition through joint collaboration between research teams and stakeholders with a focus on evaluations of prototypes, test articles and beta versions of tools, IP, techniques, methods, etc. and their use in operationally-realistic scenarios. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals - - 46.925 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Performance for this project is monitored in the following ways: • Effectiveness of developed technologies, as measured by: - The speed and reliability of new validation and verification techniques in identifying known microelectronics issues (e.g. tampering) in laboratory and non-laboratory situations; - Successful testing of advanced, alternative manufacturing techniques such as disaggregated manufacturing; and - Resilience of microelectronics protected by new trust approach technologies in red teaming exercises. • Adoption of next-generation trust technologies, as measured by: - The number of DoD and other Government programs employing these trust technologies, design approaches, or best practices, possibly as facilitated by the provision of use models; - The volume and criticality of components employing these technologies, design approaches, or best practices; and - Promulgation in DoD guidance and program protection plans. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted Foundry PE 0605140D8Z: Volume 3B - 306 Page 16 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #131

385 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 0400 / 5 New Trust Approach PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry 839 FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base OCO Total Target Contract Total Value of Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Contract Date Cost Cost Date Cost & Type Date Cost Complete Date Cost Activity & Location Various (DARPA, Air New Trust Approach Mar 2017 Force, Army, Navy, Continuing 4.000 46.925 MIPR - - - - Continuing - NSA) : Various Subtotal Continuing N/A Continuing - - 4.000 46.925 - - Target FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Prior Cost To Total Value of OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2018 Complete Cost Base Years Contract Project Cost Totals N/A Continuing Continuing - - 4.000 46.925 0.000 - Remarks N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 307 Page 17 of 19 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #131

386 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 / PE 0605140D8Z 0400 Trusted Foundry / 839 / New Trust Approach FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 4 3 2 1 4 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 New Trust Approach FPGA integrated assurance analysis / logical and physical verification tool demonstration Automated design and verification and demonstration Validation of custom integrated circuits and demonstration Cloud hardware emulation / virtual instrumentation Classified Technology Demonstrator Third-party IP and EDA tool repository development and demonstration JFAC technical capability improvement development and demonstration Microelectronics assurance and supply chain demonstrations USG and industry engagement Microelectronics assurance and supply chain policy and guidance development/update Management/technical support UNCLASSIFIED Trusted Foundry PE 0605140D8Z: Volume 3B - 308 R-1 Line #131 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 18 of 19

387 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 New Trust Approach PE 0605140D8Z / Trusted Foundry 0400 839 / Schedule Details End Start Year Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter New Trust Approach FPGA integrated assurance analysis / logical and physical verification tool 1 2017 4 2018 demonstration 2018 Automated design and verification and demonstration 1 2017 4 2017 1 Validation of custom integrated circuits and demonstration 2018 4 1 2017 4 2018 Cloud hardware emulation / virtual instrumentation 2017 Classified Technology Demonstrator 1 4 2018 2018 Third-party IP and EDA tool repository development and demonstration 1 2017 4 1 JFAC technical capability improvement development and demonstration 2017 2018 4 1 2017 4 2018 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain demonstrations 2017 USG and industry engagement 1 4 2018 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain policy and guidance development/update 1 2017 4 2018 1 2018 Management/technical support 4 2017 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605140D8Z: Trusted Foundry Volume 3B - 309 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 19 of 19 R-1 Line #131

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389 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 5: PE 0605210D8Z Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2020 Base Complete OCO Cost Total FY 2023 FY 2021 FY 2022 - 10.286 59.188 8.310 11.870 6.374 Continuing 6.374 12.087 11.493 10.100 Continuing Total Program Element 10.100 Continuing 10.286 Continuing 11.493 12.087 6.374 - 6.374 59.188 8.310 11.870 Defense-Wide Electronic 021: Procurement Capabilities- Contingency Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $3.880 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Defense-wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities is designed to provide an avenue for the development of increased e-business capabilities critical to meet the enterprise-wide needs of the procurement community. The requirement for increased e-business capabilities may result from statute, regulation or internal control requirements. This program provides opportunities for the introduction of innovative, time-saving, and cost-saving technologies into procurement processes across the Department. This RDT&E PE provides resources to conduct software development and testing on new or modified e-business applications to ensure mature system development, integration and demonstration of production representative systems and capabilities. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 10.338 Previous President's Budget 9.881 11.870 - 10.338 Current President's Budget 11.870 6.374 - 6.374 8.310 -3.964 -1.571 0.000 -3.964 - Total Adjustments -1.200 • Congressional General Reductions - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - -0.360 • SBIR/STTR Transfer - • FFRDC - - - - -0.010 -0.084 - -0.001 - -0.084 • Other Program Adjustments-Economic Adjustment - - -3.880 - -3.880 • Other Adjustments Change Summary Explanation Other economic adjustments totaled $.084M. UNCLASSIFIED Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capa... PE 0605210D8Z: Volume 3B - 311 Page 1 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #132

390 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / BA 5: PE 0605210D8Z 0400: Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Funds rephased from FY19 to FY20 and FY21 to aid in increasing program execution rates closer to the DoD benchmarks. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605210D8Z: Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capa... Volume 3B - 312 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #132 Page 2 of 7

391 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Defense-Wide Electronic PE 0605210D8Z / / 0400 021 / Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement 5 Procurement Capabilities Capabilities- Contingency FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 10.286 10.100 11.493 11.870 Continuing Continuing 12.087 6.374 - 6.374 59.188 8.310 021: Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities- Contingency - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Defense-wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities is designed to provide an avenue for the development of increased e-business capabilities critical to meet the enterprise-wide needs of the procurement community. The requirement for increased ebusiness capabilities may result from statute, regulation or internal control requirements. This program provides opportunities for the introduction of innovative, time-saving, and cost-saving technologies into procurement processes across the Department. This RDT&E PE provides resources to conduct software development and testing on new or modified e-business applications to ensure mature system development, integration and demonstration of production representative systems and capabilities. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Title: 8.310 6.374 Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities- Contingency 11.870 FY 2018 Plans: To achieve efficiencies and support audit readiness funding will support the following procurement capabilities development: 1) an end to end paperless reconciliation process for Government Furnished Property (GFP) 2) continue implementation of a fraud and misuse data mining detection capability for purchase cards in DoD, 3) strengthening existing vendor identification systems in DoD to combat counterfeiting and cyber intrusion, 4) implementing contingency contracting end to end business tools for the warfighter, 5) developing enterprise mapping capabilities to streamline procure to pay exchanges in partnership with the Comptroller (with an emphasis on contract closeout) FY 2019 Plans: Critical to achieve enterprise procurement efficiencies and enterprise services specifically: 1) re-engineering of existing fraud and misuse data mining detection capability for purchase cards in DoD, 2) strengthen existing vendor identification systems in DoD to combat counterfeiting and cyber intrusion, 3) establish a single portal for solicitation access and proposal receipt from industry, 4) improve enterprise contract closeout tools, 5) continue implementation of contingency contracting end to end business tools for the warfighter. To strengthen internal controls for financial audit: 1) establish an end to end paperless reconciliation process for Government Furnished Property (GFP) in the hands of contractors, and 2)develop enterprise services to streamline procure to pay exchanges in partnership with the Comptroller. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capa... PE 0605210D8Z: Volume 3B - 313 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 7 R-1 Line #132

392 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / 021 0400 / 5 Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement PE 0605210D8Z / Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capabilities Capabilities- Contingency B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $3.880 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances, other economic adjustments totaled $.084M Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 8.310 11.870 6.374 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics NA UNCLASSIFIED Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capa... PE 0605210D8Z: Volume 3B - 314 Page 4 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #132

393 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 0400 / 5 / PE 0605210D8Z / Defense-Wide Electronic 021 Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Procurement Capabilities Capabilities- Contingency FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 Base OCO Total FY 2018 Target Contract Value of Cost To Performing Prior Total Award Award Award Award Method Years Cost Cost Date Cost & Type Date Cost Contract Date Cost Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Complete DLA, JTIC, WPAFB : Contract Business 7.899 Various 5.548 FORT BELVOIR, - 57.052 - 10.964 - 5.548 - Systems Development SCOTT AFB Subtotal 5.548 - - - N/A 57.052 7.899 10.964 5.548 FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2017 OCO Total Base FY 2018 Contract Target Prior Value of Method Award Award Award Cost To Total Performing Award Activity & Location Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete & Type Cost Date Cost Contract DLA, JTIC, WPAFB : 0.411 - - 0.906 Interoperability Testing Various - FORT BELVOIR, 0.826 2.136 - 0.826 SCOTT AFB Subtotal 0.826 0.906 0.826 - 2.136 - - N/A 0.411 Target Value of FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total Prior FY 2017 Total Years Complete Base Cost OCO FY 2018 Contract Project Cost Totals - 6.374 6.374 - N/A 59.188 8.310 11.870 - Remarks UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605210D8Z: Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capa... Volume 3B - 315 Page 5 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #132

394 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 Defense-Wide Electronic Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement / / / 5 021 PE 0605210D8Z Procurement Capabilities Capabilities- Contingency UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605210D8Z: Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capa... Volume 3B - 316 R-1 Line #132 Page 6 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

395 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Defense-Wide Electronic / Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement 021 0400 / 5 / PE 0605210D8Z Procurement Capabilities Capabilities- Contingency Schedule Details Start End Year Year Quarter Quarter Events by Sub Project N/A 1 Enhancements Managed outside of DPAP 2018 4 2020 Not Applicable Enhancements Managed by DPAP 4 2020 2018 1 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605210D8Z: Defense-Wide Electronic Procurement Capa... Volume 3B - 317 Page 7 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #132

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397 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0605294D8Z / Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 57.194 67.153 Continuing Continuing 67.518 67.107 56.178 0.000 0.000 61.084 56.178 - Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 2.000 0.000 0.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 - 812: Trusted Mask Trust Approach 65.518 65.107 65.153 0.000 Continuing Continuing 55.194 54.178 - 0.000 54.178 59.084 809: New Trust Approach Demonstration A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) supports activities to ensure critical and sensitive integrated circuits are available to meet the DoD’s needs. It refines strategies and management planning activities that will: (1) provide support to acquisition programs to address trusted and assured microelectronics supply needs; (2) improve capability to evaluate and validate assurance of microelectronic parts and advance standards to incentivize the commercial marketplace to recognize hardware assurance as a competitive design standard; and (3) develop and demonstrate alternative approaches to the DoD Trusted Foundry program to assure the microelectronics supply chain in order to enable broader DoD access to commercial state-of-the-art (SOTA) microelectronics technology. This activity will be coordinated by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, and will include performers from the DoD Components, the Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA), the Joint Federated Assurance Center (JFAC), the Defense Advanced Research Programs Agency (DARPA), other DoD and Intelligence Community science and technology (S&T) organizations and laboratories, the defense industry, and the broader commercial industrial base. It will integrate the functions of the DoD Trusted Foundry Program, the Trusted Supplier accreditation program, JFAC, and related S&T activities. This activity implements, maintains, and updates the DoD’s long-term microelectronics strategy. Additionally this activity places emphasis on incentivizing and proving new microelectronics technology solutions. Recognizing that a trusted and assured supply of microelectronics is a U.S. Government (USG)-wide concern, this activity will interface with interagency partners to take into account interagency requirements, opportunities for collaboration, and strategic decisions that can be made to limit the overall cost of these requirements to the USG. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0605294D8Z: Volume 3B - 319 Page 1 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #133

398 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: BA 5: PE 0605294D8Z / Trusted and Assured Microelectronics / System Development & Demonstration (SDD) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 61.084 15.481 - 15.481 0.000 56.178 0.000 61.084 56.178 - Current President's Budget 0.000 Total Adjustments - 40.697 40.697 0.000 - - • Congressional General Reductions • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - -0.006 • Other Program Adjustments - - -0.006 - - - 41.080 41.080 • Increase for priority requirements - -0.377 - -0.377 • Economic Assumption - - Change Summary Explanation An additional $41.080 million was added to support the following: secure design environments; electronic data automation (EDA) tools; third-party IP and USG IP development; persistent expertise; SOTA commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) programmable integrated circuit co-development; and assessment of supply security and protection. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 320 Page 2 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #133

399 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 Trusted Mask Trust Approach PE 0605294D8Z / Trusted and Assured 0400 / 812 / Microelectronics FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 Continuing 2.000 - 2.000 0.000 0.000 2.000 812: Trusted Mask Trust Approach - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This project staffs and supports operation of a new secure (SECRET-level) photomask manufacturing capability at an existing SOTA commercial photomask manufacturing supplier to secure the masks and design IP of acquisition programs when using commercial microelectronic fabrication facilities other than the Trusted Foundry. This capability can be used in conjunction with one or more leading-edge commercial foundries. This capability will address trusted masks at technology node sizes less than 130 nanometers (nm) down to 14nm. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 - 2.000 Title: Trusted Mask Trust Approach 2.000 FY 2018 Plans: DMEA will provide management and technical support, as required, to procure secure mask data parsing services for the Department, as well as other Federal entities, by upgrading an existing SOTA commercial photomask manufacturing supplier with a Trusted photomask capability to ensure the integrity of the tape-in/mask release, mask manufacturing, and authentication process for photomasks. Starting in FY 2018, a SOTA commercial photomask manufacturing supplier will be equipped with a new secure (SECRET-level) photomask manufacturing capability (note: DMEA is still awaiting receipt of $7.200 million planned for this effort as part of a FY 2017 Defense Production Act (DPA) Title III project) and staffed to provide the required critical Trusted photomask capabilities. FY 2019 Plans: Equipping and staffing of the new secure (SECRET-level) photomask manufacturing capability at the SOTA commercial photomask manufacturing supplier will be completed, pending receipt of the DPA Title III funding as planned. DMEA will also continue to provide management and technical support, as required, to procure secure mask data parsing services for the Department, as well as other Federal entities, through operation of this Trusted photomask capability. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Level of effort is consistent between FY 2018 and FY 2019. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals - 2.000 2.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 321 R-1 Line #133 Page 3 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

400 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605294D8Z Trusted and Assured Trusted Mask Trust Approach / 0400 / 5 812 / Microelectronics C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Performance for this project is monitored in the following ways: • Number of photomasks created using the secure photomask manufacturing capability. • Number of acquisition programs using the secure photomask manufacturing capability. • Number of technology node sizes supported by the secure photomask manufacturing capability. • Number of foundries supported by the secure photomask manufacturing capability. UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0605294D8Z: Volume 3B - 322 R-1 Line #133 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 13

401 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Trusted Mask Trust Approach / 0400 / 812 5 PE 0605294D8Z / Trusted and Assured Microelectronics FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Total OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Base Target Contract Award Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Value of Cost Activity & Location Date & Type Cost Category Item Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Cost Date Contract Defense Trusted Mask Trust Microelectronics Mar 2018 - - 2.000 MIPR Continuing Continuing 2.000 Mar 2018 - - 2.000 Activity (DMEA) : Approach California Subtotal 2.000 - 2.000 N/A - 2.000 Continuing Continuing - Target Value of Total Cost To FY 2019 Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2018 Base Years OCO Total Complete Cost FY 2017 Contract Project Cost Totals N/A - Continuing Continuing 2.000 - - 2.000 2.000 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 323 Page 5 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #133

402 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Trusted Mask Trust Approach 0400 PE 0605294D8Z / Trusted and Assured / / 812 5 Microelectronics FY 2022 FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2023 FY 2017 4 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 Trsuted mask facility operation Trusted mask facility operation UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 324 Page 6 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #133

403 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Trusted and Assured / Trusted Mask Trust Approach / 0400 / 5 812 PE 0605294D8Z Microelectronics Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Trsuted mask facility operation 4 2023 Trusted mask facility operation 1 2019 UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0605294D8Z: Volume 3B - 325 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 7 of 13 R-1 Line #133

404 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 New Trust Approach Demonstration PE 0605294D8Z / Trusted and Assured 0400 / 809 / Microelectronics FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 65.518 65.107 65.153 54.178 Continuing 55.194 54.178 - 0.000 0.000 59.084 New Trust Approach 809: Demonstration - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This project funds a program of research to develop and demonstrate the next generation, technology-driven approach to microelectronics trust and assurance, to include state-of-the-art (SOTA) microelectronics, to ensure continued access to SOTA microelectronic technologies, while maintaining the required level of assurance in all environments. DoD’s ability to access commercial technology for its custom secure, trusted and assured needs is diminishing as SOTA suppliers become fewer and more focused on serving the global commercial market. DoD’s technology needs are broad, and relying on a single source supplier is not feasible. Alternative, advanced manufacturing methods, technologies, and design tools are needed to produce secure, trusted and assured SOTA parts from commercial sources and to preserve access to these advanced nodes while protecting DoD and Defense Industrial Base (DIB) IP from exploitation. It is also intended to dramatically improve the capabilities of the JFAC with regard to verification and validation in support of microelectronics assurance. This program of research will demonstrate innovative design, manufacturing, imaging, tagging, and control and assessment approaches for protecting DoD’s microelectronics supply chain and IP, including alternatives for trusted, strategic radiation-hardened electronics in advanced technology nodes for next-generation strategic systems, obfuscation and disaggregation technologies, and other assurance mitigations. It will demonstrate advanced imaging technologies and forensics, Design for Assurance techniques, active hardware assurance controls, electronic component markers, and a data and analysis capability to enable auditing and independent verification and validation of commercial designs. It also demonstrates and implements concepts for the cost-effective production of custom microelectronics in low volumes and protection of sensitive IP from exploitation. Assurance technologies that can be applied in a broad range of trusted and commercial environments can mitigate the risks associated with sole-source suppliers, and increase the ability of the U.S. Government (USG) to leverage commercial capabilities. The suite of demonstrated technologies, e.g., alternative manufacturing methods and design tools, will enable DoD to obfuscate the purpose of sensitive devices, verify their origin and function, and protect sensitive IP from exploitation even while using the global supply chain for most hardware. In cases where the risk involved precludes that level of commercial collaboration, low-volume manufacturing technologies demonstrated under this project would permit DoD to more cheaply produce low volumes of sensitive microelectronics in trusted environments. The project will also support demonstration of a repository of third-party IP and EDA tools to expedite circuit design and transition promising technologies to use. This project received additional funding starting in FY 2019 to support microelectronics innovation efforts that both enhance national security as well as the supporting DIB and domestic commercial microelectronics suppliers. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 59.084 - 54.178 New Trust Approach Demonstration Title: UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0605294D8Z: Volume 3B - 326 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 8 of 13 R-1 Line #133

405 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605294D8Z New Trust Approach Demonstration 809 0400 / 5 Trusted and Assured / / Microelectronics B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2018 Plans: Primary activities will include demonstration of acquisition program pilots and technology demonstrations, followed by transition of these capabilities to new programs in the following fiscal years. These activities will mature and evaluate trust technologies and techniques through efforts that may include the conduct of studies, Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs) and other efforts to coordinate research programs across USG research and development (R&D) organizations, academia and industry. This project will engage early on with potential stakeholders to identify potential transition issues and aid in transition through joint collaboration between research teams and stakeholders with a focus on evaluations of prototypes, test articles and beta versions of tools, IP, techniques, methods, etc. and their use in operationally-realistic scenarios. FY 2019 Plans: Primary activities will continue to include demonstration of acquisition program pilots and technology demonstrations, followed by transition of these capabilities to new programs in the following fiscal years. These activities will continue to mature and evaluate assurance technologies and techniques through efforts that may include the conduct of studies, BAAs, and other efforts to coordinate research programs across USG R&D organizations, academia and industry. This project will engage early on with potential stakeholders to identify potential transition issues and aid in transition through joint collaboration between research teams and stakeholders with a focus on evaluations of prototypes, test articles and beta versions of tools, IP, techniques, methods, etc. and their use in operationally-realistic scenarios. This project will initiate and support R&D activities in the COTS programmable integrated circuit co-development technical focus area, to include a pilot program to secure design capabilities using commercially-available cloud-based services and supply chain tools with/at commercial co-development partners. These activities with key industry partners will support secure co-design efforts of their components’ security features and capabilities that are required to meet future DoD needs. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: This project received additional funding starting in FY 2019 to support microelectronics innovation efforts that both enhance national security as well as the supporting DIB and domestic commercial microelectronics suppliers. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 59.084 - 54.178 UNCLASSIFIED Trusted and Assured Microelectronics PE 0605294D8Z: Volume 3B - 327 Page 9 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #133

406 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense RDT&E Project Justification: , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 / Trusted and Assured New Trust Approach Demonstration / 5 809 PE 0605294D8Z / Microelectronics C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Performance for this project is monitored in the following ways: • Effectiveness of developed technologies, as measured by: - The speed and reliability of new validation and verification techniques in identifying known microelectronics issues (e.g., tampering) in laboratory and non-laboratory situations. - Successful testing of advanced, alternative manufacturing techniques, such as disaggregated manufacturing. - Resilience of microelectronics protected by new trust approach technologies in red teaming exercises. • Adoption of next-generation assurance technologies, as measured by: - The number of DoD and other USG programs employing these assurance technologies, design approaches, or best practices. - The volume and criticality of components employing these technologies, design approaches, or best practices. - Promulgation in DoD guidance and program protection plans. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 328 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 10 of 13 R-1 Line #133

407 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 Trusted and Assured PE 0605294D8Z / New Trust Approach Demonstration / 0400 809 Microelectronics FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) Base Total FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Target Contract Award Value of Total Cost To Award Award Method Award Performing Prior Activity & Location Years & Type Date Cost Cost Category Item Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Contract Cost Various (DARPA, Air New Trust Approach Mar 2018 Demonstration Program Force, Army, Navy, - - - 59.084 MIPR 54.178 Mar 2019 - 54.178 Continuing Continuing NSA) : Various Support Subtotal N/A Continuing Continuing 54.178 - - 54.178 - 59.084 Remarks NA Target Prior Total Value of FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total Contract Base Complete OCO Years Cost FY 2017 FY 2018 Project Cost Totals - Continuing 54.178 Continuing - N/A 59.084 54.178 - Remarks N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 329 R-1 Line #133 Page 11 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

408 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 / PE 0605294D8Z 0400 Trusted and Assured New Trust Approach Demonstration / 809 / Microelectronics FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 3 2 1 4 1 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 New Trust Approach Demonstration FPGA integrated assurance analysis/logical and physical verification tool demonstration Automated design and verification and demonstration Validation of custom integrated circuits and demonstration Cloud hardware emulation/virtual instrumentation Classified Technology Demonstrator Third Party Intellectual Property (IP) and EDA tool repository development and demonstration JFAC technical capability improvement development and demonstration Microelectronics assurance and supply chain demonstrations USG and industry engagement Microelectronics assurance and supply chain policy and guidance development/update Management/Technical Support UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 330 R-1 Line #133 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 12 of 13

409 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 New Trust Approach Demonstration PE 0605294D8Z / Trusted and Assured / 0400 809 Microelectronics Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year New Trust Approach Demonstration FPGA integrated assurance analysis/logical and physical verification tool 4 1 2018 2023 demonstration 2020 Automated design and verification and demonstration 2 2019 2 1 Validation of custom integrated circuits and demonstration 2023 4 2018 2018 4 2023 1 Cloud hardware emulation/virtual instrumentation Classified Technology Demonstrator 1 2019 2 2020 Third Party Intellectual Property (IP) and EDA tool repository development and 2023 4 1 2018 demonstration 1 2018 2023 4 JFAC technical capability improvement development and demonstration 1 2018 4 2023 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain demonstrations 2018 USG and industry engagement 1 4 2023 Microelectronics assurance and supply chain policy and guidance development/update 1 2018 4 2023 1 2023 Management/Technical Support 4 2018 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605294D8Z: Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Volume 3B - 331 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 13 of 13 R-1 Line #133

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411 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0305304D8Z / DoD Enterprise Energy Information Management (EEIM) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 14.485 2.700 3.669 2.435 - 2.435 4.573 4.349 3.823 3.885 Continuing Total Program Element - Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.587 0.881 0.000 0.000 5.108 0.550 0.500 304: Enterprise Energy Information Management Continuing 2.560 2.498 8.437 1.404 2.192 Continuing - 1.385 2.367 2.437 1.385 Real Property 305: Accountability 0.350 0.350 0.350 0.350 Continuing Continuing 0.250 - 0.940 0.746 0.977 0.250 DoD Siting Clearinghouse 306: Continuing Continuing 0.975 0.975 0.975 0.975 0.800 - - 0.000 0.000 0.800 Cyber Security 307: Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $1.494 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification PE 0305304D8Z was established in FY2013 and plays a pivotal role in the Department’s ability to achieve audit readiness, enhance the Department’s goal of energy efficiency, gain a full accountability of Real Property assets, as well as improve data quality and integration across the full spectrum of EI&E business functions. The PE helped conduct a full Business Process Re-engineering of the processes used to collect energy information, and publishing an EEIM data standard and a additional effort to build out data stores and portal requirements for Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP) management. Funding is also used to support ASD EI&E Senior Real Property Officer accountability requirements by supporting management and oversight of reconciliation efforts and auditability by determining requirements for the department's Real Property inventory records and asset management processes, business rules and associated data standards. A major component of this capability is an enterprise EI&E Data Analytics & Integration Support (DAIS) platform coupled with a independent verification & validation capability. With access to real time data through services WSDLS, reports generated through business intelligence provide immediate indicators driving improved and quicker decisions. UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 333 R-1 Line #135 Page 1 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

412 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: / / BA 5: PE 0305304D8Z DoD Enterprise Energy Information Management (EEIM) System Development & Demonstration (SDD) FY 2019 Total FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Base FY 2017 FY 2018 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 3.584 2.703 3.669 3.584 - Previous President's Budget Current President's Budget 2.700 3.669 2.435 - 2.435 -1.149 -1.149 - Total Adjustments -0.003 0.000 - • Congressional General Reductions - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions • Congressional Rescissions - - - - • Congressional Adds • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - -0.003 - - - - • FFRDC Transfer -0.005 • Economic Adjustment - - -0.005 - - - 0.350 0.350 • O&M to RDT&E Realignment - - -1.494 -1.494 - • Other Program Adjustments - Change Summary Explanation INV-001 budget decision rephased funds in FY19 to FY20-21. $350K from Siting Clearinghouse O&M funds reprogrammed to EEIM RDT&E program line to fund Siting Clearinghouse RDT&E requirements. EA-008 economic adjustment decision changed funding due to inflation expectations. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 334 Page 2 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

413 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) DoD Enterprise Energy PE 0305304D8Z / / 0400 304 / Enterprise Energy Information 5 Information Management (EEIM) Management FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 0.000 0.000 0.587 0.000 Continuing Continuing 0.881 0.000 - 5.108 0.550 0.500 Enterprise Energy 304: Information Management - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification A key part of DoD’s strategy to meet its energy goals is to develop an energy information management environment that will enable the Services and OSD to track energy production and usage across the real property portfolio. Information on energy usage is critical for day-to-day management and accountability, troubleshooting building systems, and planning for capital investments. Integration with accurate Real property asset, Utilization, Military Construction, Environmental, and installation Geospatial data is equally key to ensuring these decisions for planning and reporting are possible. It also supports development of The geospatial portal for visualizing energy layers with other EI&E data on installation or area maps for improved spatial analysis. This portal is the DOD aggregated repository for DoD Common Installation Picture layers. Additionally, the map viewer is customized and easier for OSD senior staff to manipulate and includes an online catalog of maps, documents and data; and a secure, robust data exchange module. This development supports a range of Joint Staff and OSD customers. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 0.550 0.000 Title: Enterprise Energy Information Management 0.500 Description: Supports development of an enterprise energy data store and associated standard that will be integrated with other existing and future data stores and visualization capability for a fully integrated and spatially analytical perspective of EI&E mission area information. FY 2018 Plans: Support Business Process Re-Engineering effort to update Enterprise Energy Information Model and related Business Enterprise Architecture. Include updates in energy data store integrated into EI&E Data Analytics & Integration Support warehouse. Complete initial development of automated data discovery catalog in Defense Installation Spatial Data Infrastructure (DISDI) Portal. This is including data tagging and curation of the current DISDI Portal database and contents. Begin customization of the data catalog based on initial user feedback and complete initial development of data exchange module to connect DISDI Portal to the DoD Components live databases for IGI&S. FY 2019 Plans: Support Business Process Re-Engineering effort to update several EI&E business processes. These include updating the Enterprise Energy Information Model and related Business Enterprise Architecture, complete as is and to be process models for Armed Forces Pest Management Board enterprise business models, and Consolidated Safety Center Data model. This will also UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 335 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 22 R-1 Line #135

414 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 304 0400 / 5 Enterprise Energy Information PE 0305304D8Z / DoD Enterprise Energy Management Information Management (EEIM) B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 include updates in energy data store integrated into EI&E Data Analytics & Integration Support warehouse. Additional Data quality for DAIS is paramount to continue decision making for DoD Reform efforts. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Allocation to the BEA and modeling activities decreased due to decrease in PE funding driven by DCMO enforced SRRB efficiency drill. Program adjustments by comptroller for FY19 reduced this PE beyond ability to provide services in this P Code in FY19 and beyond. Zeroed out until leadership can work out a plan forward for reform support requirements for Real property data provided by systems funded with this P code.. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.000 0.550 0.500 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy EI&E BSI solicits for contracted support through WHS contracting office based on a PWS built on functional requirements and a funding profile based on government estimates derived from those requirements. E. Performance Metrics Performance is measured against cost, deliverable quality and scheduled based on the deliverable schedule and performance measures built into the contract and monitored by the COR and WHS contracting office. UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 336 Page 4 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

415 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) / / 0400 / PE 0305304D8Z 304 5 Enterprise Energy Information DoD Enterprise Energy Management Information Management (EEIM) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Base Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Value of Award Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Cost Contract Favor Tech EI&E Data Analytics & Option/ Consulting LLC : - Continuing Continuing - - Sep 2015 - 0.390 Sep 2015 4.008 0.362 Integration Platform FFP Richmond VA - Continuing Continuing - - DISI Portal MIPR USACE : CRREL 1.100 0.188 Jul 2016 0.110 Jul 2016 - Subtotal - - Continuing Continuing N/A 5.108 0.550 0.500 - Remarks Insufficient funding in FY19-FY22 due to reprogramming adjustment by comptroller. The data from this system supports DoD Reform Initiatives. If DoD determines system is to be maintained and contract re-awarded in FY19 it will be done with funding from P Code 305 until reprogramming can fix the issue. Target Cost To Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Complete Base Contract OCO Years Total FY 2017 Cost FY 2018 Project Cost Totals 0.550 N/A Continuing Continuing 5.108 - 0.500 - - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 337 R-1 Line #135 Page 5 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

416 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 DoD Enterprise Energy Enterprise Energy Information / / / 5 304 PE 0305304D8Z Information Management (EEIM) Management UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 338 R-1 Line #135 Page 6 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

417 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0305304D8Z / 0400 / 5 Enterprise Energy Information DoD Enterprise Energy / 304 Information Management (EEIM) Management Schedule Details Start End Year Quarter Year Quarter Events by Sub Project DISDI POrtal Development 2019 Develop ESS DISDI Shell 4 2018 2 4 2019 Complete Voyager Programming 2019 2 DAIS Development 2 2018 Complete DAIS MILCON Sprint 2018 4 Complete DAIS ERCIP Sprint 2019 2 4 2018 UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 339 Page 7 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

418 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 Real Property Accountability PE 0305304D8Z / DoD Enterprise Energy 0400 / 305 / Information Management (EEIM) FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 2.560 2.498 2.437 2.367 Continuing 1.385 - 1.385 8.437 1.404 2.192 Real Property 305: Accountability - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Real Property Inventory fulfills requirements of Executive Order for DoD to achieve and maintain real property accountability. This is critical both from audit readiness and program management perspectives. This funding provides the department independent verification and validation needed to reconcile errors to gain the data quality and interoperability needed for decisionable data and processes throughout the lifecycle of real property assets. Oversight and configuration management of business rules and standards are used to determine requirements for the departments Real Property inventory records and proper end to end process steps throughout the lifecycle of an asset from purchase to disposal. This includes development and procurement of the enterprise data warehouse for integrating existing and future EI&E systems and database needs. The Real Property Unique Identifier (RPUID) process has also been included in this EI&E enterprise system. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 1.404 2.192 Title: Real Property Accountability 1.385 Description: The ASD EI&E is the Senior Real Property Officer for the DoD. In this role they are responsible for the accountability and utilization of all DoD Real Property Assets. This funding provides the department a enterprise data warehouse coupled with a independent verification & validation capability. The DoD Real Property Accountability efforts are mandated by Executive Order and Public Law for improved reporting and utilization of federal real property and verifiable decisionable data is needed for future BRAC deliberations. FY 2018 Plans: Continue reconciliation and auditability efforts by determining requirements for the department's Real Property inventory records and asset accountability and management processes, business rules and associated data. Continue DAIS implementation with WSDL maturity and improved data quality and integration in preparation for BRAC and other upcoming analysis and decisions. FY 2019 Plans: Continue reconciliation and auditability efforts by determining requirements for the department's Real Property inventory records and asset accountability and management processes, business rules and associated data. Continue DAIS implementation with WSDL maturity and improved data quality and integration in preparation for BRAC and other upcoming analysis and decisions. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease due to Comptroller's budget decision INV-001 which rephrases funding from FY19 to 20-21. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 1.385 1.404 2.192 UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 340 R-1 Line #135 Page 8 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

419 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0305304D8Z DoD Enterprise Energy Real Property Accountability / 0400 / 5 305 / Information Management (EEIM) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy EI&E BSI solicits for contracted support through WHS contracting office based on a PWS built on functional requirements and a funding profile based on government estimates derived from those requirements E. Performance Metrics Performance is measured against cost, deliverable quality and scheduled based on the deliverable schedule and performance measures built into the contract and monitored by the COR and WHS contracting office. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 341 R-1 Line #135 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 9 of 22

420 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 Real Property Accountability PE 0305304D8Z / DoD Enterprise Energy / 0400 305 Information Management (EEIM) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Base OCO Total Contract Target Method Performing Prior Award Award Value of Award Award Cost To Total Cost Date Cost & Type Date Cost Category Item Activity & Location Date Cost Contract Date Cost Years Complete Cost Cost Favor Tech Option/ EI&E Data Analytics & 0.500 Continuing - Consulting LLC : Continuing 0.450 0.338 Sep 2015 0.450 Sep 2015 0.500 Apr 2018 - Integration Platform FFP Richmond VA Subtotal 0.450 0.338 0.450 0.500 - 0.500 Continuing Continuing N/A Remarks NA FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Support ($ in Millions) Base OCO Total FY 2017 FY 2018 Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Award Total Cost To Value of Activity & Location Date & Type Years Date Cost Cost Date Cost Cost Category Item Complete Cost Cost Date Cost Contract IEA Corp : Ashburn BSI Support Contract C/FFP - Continuing 7.362 0.948 Sep 2015 1.502 Sep 2015 0.885 Apr 2018 - 0.885 Continuing VA MIPR USACE : CRREL - Continuing Continuing DISDI IGI&S Portal 0.000 - 0.625 0.118 0.240 0.000 Subtotal Continuing 1.742 0.885 - 0.885 1.066 Continuing N/A 7.987 Remarks NA Target Value of FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total Prior FY 2017 Total Years Complete Base Cost OCO FY 2018 Contract Project Cost Totals 1.385 N/A - Continuing Continuing 8.437 1.404 2.192 1.385 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 342 Page 10 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

421 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0305304D8Z 305 DoD Enterprise Energy 0400 / 5 Real Property Accountability / / Information Management (EEIM) UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 343 Page 11 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

422 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 / PE 0305304D8Z Real Property Accountability DoD Enterprise Energy / 0400 305 Information Management (EEIM) Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year PfM 1 FY18-19 DBS SYstem Reviews 4 2020 2018 2 2018 4 2019 Develop BEA Artifacts Real Property Asset Management 2020 RPIM Updates 1 2018 1 2 EI&E BPR 2020 2018 4 1 2018 4 2020 IV&V 2018 EI&E Process & SYstem Auditability 4 4 2019 EI&E Data Analytics & Integration 1 2019 4 2020 1 DISDI IGI&S Portal 2020 4 2019 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 344 Page 12 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

423 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 DoD Siting Clearinghouse PE 0305304D8Z / DoD Enterprise Energy 0400 / 306 / Information Management (EEIM) FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.350 0.350 0.350 0.350 Continuing 0.250 - 0.940 0.746 0.977 0.250 DoD Siting Clearinghouse 306: - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - Note For FY16-18 FM inadvertently programmed Cyber money belonging in Pcode 307 into 306 for obligation in EBAS. ARA changed the R2 to reflect as well. Clearing House RDT&E will begin again in FY19 so the programming change is corrected with these R2s. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The DoD Siting Clearinghouse is charged with the identification of technical mitigation measures necessary to overcome degradation of radar from the proliferation of industrial wind turbine development. This R&D is necessary to work with FFRDCs to study potential technical improvements to radar. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 0.746 0.977 Title: DoD Siting Clearinghouse 0.250 Description: The DoD Siting Clearinghouse is charged with the identification of technical mitigation measures necessary to overcome degradation of radar from the proliferation of industrial wind turbine development. This R&D is necessary to work with FFRDCs to study potential technical improvements to radar. FY 2018 Plans: EI&E Facility Related Controls Cyber Risk assessment funding will continue out of this P Code in FY18. No Clearinghouse funding in FY18. The current state of cyber security of energy-related (and other real property-related) control systems (such as the electronic/computer controls on heating, ventilation & air conditioning equipment) is deficient, and the adjusted EEIM baseline supports a multi-year real property-related control systems cyber security initiative to address these issues. Continue to support multiyear real property-related controls systems cyber security risk assessments and development of guidelines and training manuals for future in house procedures. Also supports joint initiative with DOE this year. FY 2019 Plans: Continue to support radar studies as planned through the Wind Turbine Interference Mitigation Forum. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Note: P-Code 306 formerly had Cyber Security which is now shown in P-307 (thus no decrease). New requirement for RDT&E funding, not previously programmed for Siting Clearinghouse. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.250 0.746 0.977 UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 345 R-1 Line #135 Page 13 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

424 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / 0400 / 5 DoD Siting Clearinghouse PE 0305304D8Z / DoD Enterprise Energy 306 Information Management (EEIM) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy There is not an existing contract for this, as FY19 is the first year for Clearinghouse R&D Funding. The Clearinghouse will work this through existing efforts with FFRDCs. E. Performance Metrics The DoD Siting Clearinghouse monitors study progress through bi-weekly WTRI teleconferences supported by written bi-weekly project updates. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 346 Page 14 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

425 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity DoD Enterprise Energy DoD Siting Clearinghouse 5 PE 0305304D8Z / / / 0400 306 Information Management (EEIM) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base OCO Contract Target Award Value of Performing Prior Award Method Award Award Cost To Total Date Cost Activity & Location Cost Category Item Cost & Type Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Date Cost Date Contract Coordinate Tech Studis 0.250 Continuing - Continuing - of to overcome Impacts to 0.250 FFRDC TBD : TBD - - - Radar - Continuing MIT Labs : MIT Mas 0.940 0.746 0.977 FFRDC - - Continuing PRMA - Subtotal Continuing 0.940 0.746 0.977 0.250 - 0.250 Continuing N/A Remarks NA Target Prior Value of Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 OCO Years Total Complete Cost Base Contract Project Cost Totals 0.250 Continuing Continuing N/A 0.940 0.746 0.977 0.250 - Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 347 R-1 Line #135 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 15 of 22

426 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0305304D8Z 306 DoD Enterprise Energy 0400 / 5 DoD Siting Clearinghouse / / Information Management (EEIM) UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 348 Page 16 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

427 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) DoD Enterprise Energy / 306 / 5 DoD Siting Clearinghouse PE 0305304D8Z / 0400 Information Management (EEIM) Schedule Details End Start Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year DoD SIting Clearinghouse 3 1 Develop FY19 Program 2018 2018 2019 FY19 Study Eval 1 2019 4 Develop FY20 Program 1 2019 3 2019 2020 1 2020 2 FY Study Eval UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 349 Page 17 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

428 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 Cyber Security PE 0305304D8Z / DoD Enterprise Energy 0400 / 307 / Information Management (EEIM) FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.975 0.975 0.975 0.975 Continuing 0.800 - - 0.000 0.000 0.800 Cyber Security 307: - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The current state of cyber security of energy-related (and other real property-related) control systems (such as the electronic/computer controls on heating, ventilation & air conditioning equipment) is deficient, and the adjusted EEIM baseline supports a multi-year real property-related control systems cyber security initiative to address these issues. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 Title: 0.800 0.000 0.000 Cyber Security Description: The current state of cyber security of energy-related (and other real property-related) control systems (such as the electronic/computer controls on heating, ventilation & air conditioning equipment) is deficient. This effort supports a multi-year real property-related control systems cyber security initiative to address these issues. So far it has generated an updated DoD CIO RMF Knowledge Service Portal with controls systems cyber security implementation guidance for practitioners (templates, key references, step-by-step instructions, look-up tables, etc.) Controls systems cyber security Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPS) has transitioned from Joint Base Architecture for Secure Industrial Control Systems (J-BASICS). The department has begun to implement Platform Resilience Mission Assurance (PRMA) assessments across 10 installations. This effort has also generated policy direction to Services and Agencies including a draft Department of Defense Instruction, a draft Department of Defense Manual and Security Handling Guide for data representing energy systems. FY 2018 Plans: Continue to support multiyear real property-related controls systems cyber security risk assessments and development of guidelines and training manuals for future in house procedures. Also supports joint initiative with DOE this year. FY 2019 Plans: Continue to support multiyear real property-related controls systems cyber security risk assessments and development of guidelines and training manuals for future in house procedures. finalize DoD actions supporting the joint initiative with DOE this year. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Note: Cyber Security funding moved from P-Code 306 to P-Code 307. Decrease due to budget decision INV-001 which rephrases 19 funds to FY20-21. Fund at highest level possible since it is CYBERCOM funding provided for specific Cyber Security risks assessments and mitigation actions for facility related controls systems managed in the EI&E business line. UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 350 Page 18 of 22 R-1 Line #135 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

429 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) DoD Enterprise Energy / Cyber Security / 0400 / 5 307 PE 0305304D8Z Information Management (EEIM) B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 Decrease in budget will significantly impact ability of program to meet its stated goal. At current levels of funding, up to half of installations scheduled and coordinated to be evaluated under the PRMA program will be canceled. There will not be enough data collected to complete FY18 and beyond goals for the establishment of department and enterprise wide cybersecurity solutions and methodologies. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.000 0.000 0.800 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 351 Page 19 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

430 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 307 0400 / 5 Cyber Security PE 0305304D8Z / DoD Enterprise Energy / Information Management (EEIM) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Test and Evaluation ($ in Millions) FY 2018 Base FY 2017 OCO Total Contract Target Value of Total Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Cost Category Item Years Cost Cost Date Cost Complete Date Cost & Type Date Cost Contract Date Cost Activity & Location 0.800 - FFRDC TBD : TBD - - - PRMA Nov 2018 0.800 Continuing Continuing - Subtotal 0.800 Continuing N/A Continuing - - - 0.800 - Remarks NA Target FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Prior Cost To Total Value of OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2018 Complete Cost Base Years Contract Project Cost Totals N/A Continuing Continuing - 0.800 - - 0.000 0.800 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 352 Page 20 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

431 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0305304D8Z 307 DoD Enterprise Energy 0400 / 5 Cyber Security / / Information Management (EEIM) UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305304D8Z: DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... Volume 3B - 353 Page 21 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

432 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) DoD Enterprise Energy / 307 / 5 Cyber Security PE 0305304D8Z / 0400 Information Management (EEIM) Schedule Details End Start Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year DoD Facility Related Controls Cyber Security Risk Assessment 2 2 FY18 PRMA Evaluations 2019 2018 2018 Develop FY19 Program 2 2018 4 FY19 PRMA Evaluations 2 2019 2 2020 2019 2 2019 4 Develop FY20 Program UNCLASSIFIED DoD Enterprise Energy Information Manage... PE 0305304D8Z: Volume 3B - 354 Page 22 of 22 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #135

433 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0305310D8Z / CWMD Systems: System Development & Demonstration Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 18.784 - Continuing Continuing 20.688 19.714 17.887 0.000 0.000 8.230 17.048 17.048 Total Program Element 0.000 Continuing Continuing 19.714 18.784 17.887 0.000 20.688 8.230 17.048 - 17.048 System Development & 813: Demonstration Note Increase from FY2018 to FY2019 the result of reallocation across the portfolio in the POM-19 to better support full RDT&E cycle and technology transitions. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Systems program provides funding for research, development, integration, and deployment of CWMD capabilities. Funding is allocated to a portfolio of projects and activities in response to Combatant Command needs and research initiatives. The CWMD Systems program is organized to develop, enhance, mature and transition technologies across the RDT&E continuum, from Advanced Technology Development through Operational Systems Development, as well as limited sustainment in unique cases. A focus area is investment in CWMD-related technologies that require additional development to transition them to mature capabilities, in response to validated, prioritized requirements. This effort fills a seam in which capability gaps are not being addressed adequately or sufficiently to meet warfighter needs. The CWMD Systems program closes gaps identified by specialized military units and leverages prior S&T investments to continue development and fielding of operational systems to those units. The program’s legacy focus on CWMD situational awareness capabilities remains a significant component of the investment portfolio. The Joint Requirements Oversight Council approved the Information Systems Initial Capabilities Document for CWMD Situational Awareness in 2015, which identifies the need for a family of systems to mitigate capability gaps identified by the Combatant Commands. U.S. Special Operations Command, which assumed CWMD mission responsibilities in January 2017 per the Unified Command Plan, is providing focus and direction for development of CWMD situational awareness capabilities. In June 2017, Deputy Commander USSOCOM requested support for development of a DoD CWMD “User Defined Operational Picture” (UDOP) that can access and share relevant WMD intelligence and operational information with DoD mission partners (Combatant Commands, U.S. Government agencies, and key allies). The CWMD Systems program funds initiatives to close CWMD situational awareness gaps by leveraging mature technologies and modifying existing systems. Existing DoD information systems, networks, and applications are utilized and/or modified using CWMD Systems funding. Development of new applications reuses software to the extent possible. The CWMD Systems program also funds technology-enabled analytical cells at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and the Defense Intelligence Agency, which support Combatant Commands. These cells curate, synthesize, and contextualize CWMD information for end-users. This hybrid approach facilitates cross-organizational information sharing and collaboration, necessary for addressing the transregional character of WMD proliferation. The CWMD Systems program utilizes four Research, Development, Test & Evaluation (RDT&E) program elements (BA-3 / PE#0303310D8Z, BA-5 / PE#0305310D8Z, BA-6 / PE#0306310D8Z, and BA-7 / PE#0607310D8Z), as well as an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) "CWMD Sustainment" line (PE#0901388D8Z ORC-2531). UNCLASSIFIED CWMD Systems: System Development & Demon... PE 0305310D8Z: Volume 3B - 355 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 8 R-1 Line #136

434 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 5: PE 0305310D8Z / CWMD Systems: System Development & Demonstration Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide System Development & Demonstration (SDD) This Program Element (PE) funds engineering and manufacturing development of CWMD systems, components, technologies, and/or applications, including system development and demonstration, and initial operational test and evaluation. The purpose is to develop, build, and test systems, verify that all operational and derived requirements have been met, and support product development decisions. This appropriation funds travel to support the requirements of this program, and work (including manpower) performed by a government agency or by private individuals or organizations under a contractual or grant arrangement with the government who conduct research, development and test and evaluation efforts. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 0.000 8.230 17.164 - 17.164 17.048 8.230 Current President's Budget 0.000 17.048 - -0.116 0.000 0.000 -0.116 - Total Adjustments • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - -0.116 - - -0.116 - • Economic adjustments Change Summary Explanation Increase from FY2018 to FY2019 the result of reallocation across the portfolio in the POM-19 to better support full RDT&E cycle and technology transitions. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305310D8Z: CWMD Systems: System Development & Demon... Volume 3B - 356 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 8 R-1 Line #136

435 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 5 System Development & Demonstration PE 0305310D8Z / CWMD Systems: System 0400 / 813 / Development & Demonstration FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 20.688 19.714 18.784 0.000 Continuing 17.887 17.048 - 17.048 0.000 8.230 System Development & 813: Demonstration - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Systems program provides funding for research, development, integration, and deployment of CWMD capabilities. Funding is allocated to a portfolio of projects and activities in response to Combatant Command needs and research initiatives. The CWMD Systems program is organized to develop, enhance, mature and transition technologies across the RDT&E continuum, from Advanced Technology Development through Operational Systems Development, as well as limited sustainment in unique cases. A focus area is investment in CWMD-related technologies that require additional development to transition them to mature capabilities, in response to validated, prioritized requirements. This effort fills a seam in which capability gaps are not being addressed adequately or sufficiently to meet warfighter needs. The CWMD Systems program closes gaps identified by specialized military units and leverages prior S&T investments to continue development and fielding of operational systems to those units. The program’s legacy focus on CWMD situational awareness capabilities remains a significant component of the investment portfolio. The Joint Requirements Oversight Council approved the Information Systems Initial Capabilities Document for CWMD Situational Awareness in 2015, which identifies the need for a family of systems to mitigate capability gaps identified by the Combatant Commands. U.S. Special Operations Command, which assumed CWMD mission responsibilities in January 2017 per the Unified Command Plan, is providing focus and direction for development of CWMD situational awareness capabilities. In June 2017, Deputy Commander USSOCOM requested support for development of a DoD CWMD “User Defined Operational Picture” (UDOP) that can access and share relevant WMD intelligence and operational information with DoD mission partners (Combatant Commands, U.S. Government agencies, and key allies). The CWMD Systems program funds initiatives to close CWMD situational awareness gaps by leveraging mature technologies and modifying existing systems. Existing DoD information systems, networks, and applications are utilized and/or modified using CWMD Systems funding. Development of new applications reuses software to the extent possible. The CWMD Systems program also funds technology-enabled analytical cells at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and the Defense Intelligence Agency, which support Combatant Commands. These cells curate, synthesize, and contextualize CWMD information for end-users. This hybrid approach facilitates cross-organizational information sharing and collaboration, necessary for addressing the transregional character of WMD proliferation. The CWMD Systems program utilizes four Research, Development, Test & Evaluation (RDT&E) program elements (BA-3 / PE#0303310D8Z, BA-5 / PE#0305310D8Z, BA-6 / PE#0306310D8Z, and BA-7 / PE#0607310D8Z), as well as an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) "CWMD Sustainment" line (PE#0901388D8Z ORC-2531). This project funds engineering and manufacturing development of CWMD systems, components, technologies, and/or applications, including system development and demonstration, and initial operational test and evaluation. The purpose is to develop, build, and test systems, verify that all operational and derived requirements have been met, and support product development decisions. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305310D8Z: CWMD Systems: System Development & Demon... Volume 3B - 357 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 8 R-1 Line #136

436 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 5 PE 0305310D8Z System Development & Demonstration / CWMD Systems: System / 0400 813 Development & Demonstration This appropriation funds travel to support the requirements of this program, and work (including manpower) performed by a government agency or by private individuals or organizations under a contractual or grant arrangement with the government who conduct research, development and test and evaluation efforts. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 P*813 / System Development & Demonstration 17.048 8.230 0.000 Title: Description: • Perform engineering and manufacturing development of CWMD systems, components, technologies, and/or applications • Perform system development and demonstration and initial operational test and evaluation • Provide support to program management office on product development decisions FY 2018 Plans: • Perform engineering and manufacturing development of CWMD systems and components in support of capability needs of specialized military units • Perform system development and demonstration and initial operational test and evaluation of CWMD systems and components • Provide support to program management office on product development decisions FY 2019 Plans: • Perform engineering and manufacturing development of CWMD systems and components in support of capability needs of specialized military units • Perform system development and demonstration and initial operational test and evaluation of CWMD systems and components • Provide support to program management office on product development decisions FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase the result of reallocation across the portfolio in the POM-19 to better support full RDT&E cycle and technology transitions. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 17.048 0.000 8.230 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Utilize or reuse information technologies to field initial capabilities to end-users. As technologies mature and user needs are refined, systems or applications may transition to acquisition program(s) or be sustained separately. Integration of or interoperability among systems is also an acquisition pathway. UNCLASSIFIED CWMD Systems: System Development & Demon... PE 0305310D8Z: Volume 3B - 358 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 8 R-1 Line #136

437 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / CWMD Systems: System System Development & Demonstration / 0400 / 5 813 PE 0305310D8Z Development & Demonstration E. Performance Metrics Success in this area is measured by compliance with various statutes and DoD directives that govern the conduct of the affairs within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Defense Programs (OASD/NCB). Maintain cost, schedule, and performance reporting, review, and adjudication. Maintain requirements traceability matrix. UNCLASSIFIED CWMD Systems: System Development & Demon... PE 0305310D8Z: Volume 3B - 359 R-1 Line #136 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 5 of 8

438 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-3 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Cost Analysis: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) 813 / 0400 / PE 0305310D8Z 5 / System Development & Demonstration CWMD Systems: System Development & Demonstration FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Product Development ($ in Millions) FY 2018 OCO FY 2017 Total Base Contract Target Performing Prior Award Award Method Award Cost To Total Value of Award Activity & Location Date Cost & Type Date Cost Years Date Cost Cost Complete Cost Category Item Cost Date Cost Contract Engineering & manufacturing 0.000 Jan 2020 8.524 - Continuing Continuing 8.524 Jan 2018 C/T&M TBD : TBD 0.000 0.000 4.115 development of information systems & components Systems development & demonstration, and Continuing 6.819 - 6.819 - Jan 2020 Continuing C/T&M TBD : TBD 0.000 0.000 3.292 Jan 2018 initial operational test & evaluation Program management 1.705 Continuing Continuing - Jan 2020 - C/T&M TBD : TBD 0.000 0.000 0.823 Jan 2018 1.705 support Subtotal Continuing 0.000 0.000 8.230 17.048 0.000 17.048 Continuing N/A Target Value of Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total Contract Base OCO Cost Years Total FY 2017 Complete FY 2018 Project Cost Totals 0.000 N/A Continuing Continuing 0.000 17.048 8.230 17.048 0.000 Remarks NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305310D8Z: CWMD Systems: System Development & Demon... Volume 3B - 360 R-1 Line #136 Page 6 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

439 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-4 , RDT&E Schedule Profile: Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0305310D8Z 813 CWMD Systems: System 0400 / 5 System Development & Demonstration / / Development & Demonstration UNCLASSIFIED PE 0305310D8Z: CWMD Systems: System Development & Demon... Volume 3B - 361 Page 7 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #136

440 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-4A , RDT&E Schedule Details: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 813 / 0400 / 5 System Development & Demonstration PE 0305310D8Z CWMD Systems: System Development & Demonstration Schedule Details Start End Events by Sub Project Quarter Year Quarter Year Engineering & Manufacturing Development 2 2018 2023 4 Develop information systems & components Operational Test & Evaluation 2 Perform initial operational T&E 2018 4 2023 Program Management Support 2023 2 Provide PM support for development and T&E 2018 4 UNCLASSIFIED CWMD Systems: System Development & Demon... PE 0305310D8Z: Volume 3B - 362 Page 8 of 8 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #136

441 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0604774D8Z / Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 6.793 4.672 Continuing Continuing 6.925 6.858 6.724 29.942 6.661 6.941 6.661 - Total Program Element 6.925 Continuing Continuing 6.858 6.793 6.724 6.661 29.942 4.672 6.941 6.661 - 774: Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This funding supports the Defense Readiness Reporting System, (DRRS,) the comprehensive readiness reporting system for the Department of Defense mandated under Title 10 U.S. Code. The system measures in an objective, accurate, and timely manner the capability of the armed forces to carry out the National Security Strategy prescribed by the President, as well as the defense planning guidance provided by the Secretary of Defense and the National Military Strategy prescribed by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. DRRS hosts information and applications used to support the Geographic and Functional Combatant Commanders, the Services, Combat Support Agencies, the Joint Staff and the Office of the Secretary of Defense. The transformation of readiness reporting into a new, more comprehensive system under DRRS, presents a number of significant challenges. Included in these challenges is the expansion in scope of the entities who can, and do report readiness, as well as what they report. Shifting from solely resource centric readiness reporting to a mission/capabilities based reporting system oriented towards the National Military Strategy (NMS) makes substantially more complex demands on readiness reporting, but portrays a far more relevant and holistic picture of readiness. DRRS allows the Department to assess readiness globally based on our integrated ability to project and sustain a mix of constructed forces in simultaneous engagements. Additionally, the challenges associated with sourcing and evaluating the readiness of our forces engaged in on-going real operations mean that force managers need applications that will query the entire Department for suitable, available organizations to meet current needs. The need for these applications and the underlying data are a top priority for the DRRS project. The realization of DRRS requires integrating a host of key technologies in order to achieve an information system that supports distributed, collaborative, and dynamic readiness reporting in addition to continuous tool-based assessment. The holistic perspective of the application necessitates its need to operate in multiple domains. Additionally, the highly complex data structures and visualization tools needed to support the Global Force Management - Data Initiative and critical down-stream consumers of readiness information, must now be implemented within DRRS. UNCLASSIFIED Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS... PE 0604774D8Z: Volume 3B - 363 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 5 R-1 Line #137

442 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) PE 0604774D8Z 0400: / RDT&E Management Support FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 4.678 6.941 6.661 - 6.661 6.941 Current President's Budget 4.672 6.661 - 6.661 - Total Adjustments -0.006 0.000 0.000 0.000 • Congressional General Reductions -0.006 - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - Change Summary Explanation Service Requirement Review Board - As part of the Department of Defense reform agenda, the incremental reduction accounts for consolidation and reduction of service contracts. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604774D8Z: Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS... Volume 3B - 364 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 5 R-1 Line #137

443 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Defense Readiness PE 0604774D8Z / / 0400 774 / Defense Readiness Reporting System 6 Reporting System (DRRS) (DRRS) FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 6.925 6.858 6.793 - Continuing Continuing 6.724 6.661 6.661 29.942 4.672 6.941 774: Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This funding supports Defense Planning Guidance (DPG) directing the Department of Defense (DoD) components to develop guidelines and procedures for a comprehensive readiness reporting system that evaluates readiness on the basis of the actual missions and capabilities assigned to the forces. The Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) establishes a capabilities-based, adaptive, near real-time readiness information system for the DoD. This system is being designed to measure the readiness of military forces and supporting infrastructure to meet missions and goals assigned by the Secretary of Defense. DRRS hosts information and applications used to support the Geographic and Functional Combatant Commanders, the Services, Combat Support Agencies, the Joint Staff and the Office of the Secretary of Defense. DRRS expands the scope of readiness reporting within the Department to create a more comprehensive assessment of the total force and its capability to perform the tasks and missions required of it to support the National Military Strategy. DRRS allows the Department to assess readiness globally based on our integrated ability to project and sustain a mix of constructed forces in simultaneous engagements. The program is the keystone for the readiness enterprise and architected to embrace the implementation of the Global Force Management - Data Imitative (GFM-DI), allowing for the Department’s efforts in the realm of Adaptive Planning and Execution to be fully supported. The realization of DRRS requires integrating a host of key technologies in order to achieve an information system that supports distributed, collaborative, and dynamic readiness reporting in addition to continuous tool-based assessment. The primary technical goal is the creation of a highly reliable and securely integrated readiness data environment to leverage and extend current readiness information systems. This system is based on intelligent agents, dynamic databases, semantic middleware, and publish/subscribe concepts; providing a logically uniform view into the multiple databases and information sources that feed DRRS. Through this type of advanced information environment, the DRRS dramatically expands the range of readiness information available to manage the force. This environment supports a suite of analysis tools that allow users to explore the consequences of readiness deficiencies in terms of the ability to generate forces and assess transportation feasibility as it pertains to specific scenarios. These tools and tool suites harness the power of the information environment to make possible the kind of quick-turnaround, excursion- driven readiness assessment that is at the heart of DRRS. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 6.661 774 Defense Readiness Reporting System 6.941 4.672 Title: Description: DRRS is the primary means by which Defense components (Combatant Commands, Services, Agencies and their subordinate elements and units) report their readiness. The system measures readiness of the Department's components to execute the full range of missions assigned by the Secretary of Defense. UNCLASSIFIED Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS... PE 0604774D8Z: Volume 3B - 365 R-1 Line #137 Page 3 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

444 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Defense Readiness Reporting System / 774 Defense Readiness / 6 0400 PE 0604774D8Z / Reporting System (DRRS) (DRRS) B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 The Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) establishes a capabilities-based, adaptive, near real-time readiness information system for DoD. DRRS measures the readiness of military forces and supporting infrastructure to meet missions and goals assigned by the Secretary of Defense. The realization of DRRS required integrating a host of key technologies to achieve an information system that supports distributed, collaborative, and dynamic readiness reporting in addition to continuous tool-based assessment. The primary technical goal was the creation of a highly reliable and securely integrated readiness data environment to leverage and extend current readiness information systems. DRRS contains readiness metrics and supporting data for forces and support organizations. FY 2018 Plans: • Optimize system implementation within the Defense Enterprise Computation Center environment to include development of functionality need to replace Enterprise Messaging • Continue full integration of GFM DI within DRRS • Continue replacement of vulnerable & legacy software components • Implement functionality to support the needs of the Adaptive Planning and Execution initiatives. FY 2019 Plans: • Continue replacement of vulnerable & legacy software components • Optimize program architecture to make use of hosting technology advancements • Incorporate functionality enhancements required by evolving readiness reporting needs • GFM DI "next steps" development • Air Force Input Tool Enhancements FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The program's increased costs stem from a greater level or required developmental activities during FY 2019. These activities include the replacement out date core components such as SQL Server and Windows Server, with current, more secure versions, as well as hosting costs associated with the program's architectural changes. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 6.661 6.941 4.672 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A UNCLASSIFIED Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS... PE 0604774D8Z: Volume 3B - 366 Page 4 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #137

445 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / 0400 / 6 Defense Readiness Reporting System PE 0604774D8Z / Defense Readiness 774 Reporting System (DRRS) (DRRS) E. Performance Metrics • Readiness Transformation - Accurate and timely Mission Readiness Assessment and Reporting • Capability Readiness Reporting and Assessment - Operational commonality of mission based capability readiness reporting and assessment • DRRS Operational Performance - Single integrated Readiness system capability for the Department • Achieving Reliable Data Architecture and Interoperability - Seamless integration with the departments readiness architecture and compatible with emerging adaptive planning systems • Transition to one readiness reporting system for DoD. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604774D8Z: Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS... Volume 3B - 367 Page 5 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #137

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447 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0604875D8Z / Joint Systems Architecture Development Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 5.878 5.518 Continuing Continuing 5.419 5.763 4.088 16.154 2.948 4.851 4.088 0.000 Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 4.118 15.956 2.852 3.451 2.688 4.019 2.688 4.478 4.363 0.000 P875: Portfolio Systems Acquisition (PSA) 1.400 1.400 1.400 1.400 Continuing Continuing 1.400 1.400 0.000 0.198 0.096 1.400 P220: Electronic Warfare Executive Committee Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $1.083 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Department and acquisition reform initiatives call for top down, national security strategy-driven capabilities-based planning. Department of Defense (DoD) Instruction 5000.02 and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction 3170.01 promulgate capabilities-based requirements and acquisition processes. The JSAD program enables collaborative efforts to achieve these goals with a focus on Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPs). These efforts include warfighting capability- based analyses; assessments of joint capability areas and joint integrating concepts; development of system-related data; integrated roadmaps to support acquisition investment decisions; and assessments of MDAPs in a capability area context. Activities in the JSAD project are divided into three areas: (1) capability-based analysis; (2) roadmaps; and (3) support tools and guidance. Capability-based analysis provides analysis of the different technology, functionality, and integration impacts of systems on warfighting capability. Acquisition roadmaps guide systems development and associated investment plans. JSAD support tools and guidance initiatives develop systems data, and tools, exploit modeling and simulation and architecture efforts to improve DoD’s overall assessment capability. These efforts guide the development and improve the testing and fielding of integrated systems of systems in order to achieve Joint mission capabilities. The Department has also undergone an institutional reorientation or shift in emphasis from organization-specific to enterprise-wide approaches. This means: (1) horizontal integration within the Department and unity of effort through greater interagency collaboration; (2) engaging in a coordinated and portfolio-based approach to planning, programming, budgeting and execution; and (3) significant reforms at the governance, management and execution levels. To accomplish this direction, there needs to be a focused goal and concerted emphasis on shifting from systems acquisition to capabilities-based portfolio management (or portfolio systems acquisition). This program enables collaborative efforts to implement the QDR direction outlined above in order to achieve portfolio systems acquisition goals. The program is broken up into two focus areas (Portfolio Management and Reform Initiatives). UNCLASSIFIED Joint Systems Architecture Development PE 0604875D8Z: Volume 3B - 369 Page 1 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #138

448 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: BA 6: PE 0604875D8Z / Joint Systems Architecture Development / RDT&E Management Support FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 4.851 5.206 0.000 5.206 4.499 4.088 2.948 4.851 4.088 0.000 Current President's Budget -1.551 Total Adjustments -1.118 -1.118 0.000 0.000 -1.400 - • Congressional General Reductions • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - -0.003 - - - • FFRDC Reduction • Leadership Adjustment -0.148 - -0.035 - -0.035 -1.083 - -1.083 - - • Other Adjustments Change Summary Explanation Nominal increase in program will result in an increased focus on increased level of effort for land warfare and munitions and electronic warfare studies. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604875D8Z: Joint Systems Architecture Development Volume 3B - 370 Page 2 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #138

449 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Joint Systems PE 0604875D8Z / 0400 / 6 P875 / Portfolio Systems Acquisition (PSA) Architecture Development Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) (+) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Base Complete Years Cost 4.118 4.019 4.478 4.363 Continuing Continuing 2.688 0.000 2.688 15.956 2.852 3.451 Portfolio Systems P875: Acquisition (PSA) - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - (+) The sum of all Prior Years is $0.004 million less than the represented total due to several projects ending A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Departments 2005 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) laid out the need for an institutional reorientation or shift in emphasis from organization-specific to enterprise-wide approaches. This meant: (1) horizontal integration within the Department and unity of effort through greater interagency collaboration; (2) engaging in a coordinated and portfolio-based approach to planning, programming, budgeting and execution; and (3) significant reforms at the governance, management and execution levels. The Department’s 2010 QDR report further addressed reforming how we buy, noting that the conventional acquisition process is too long and too cumbersome to fit the needs of the many systems that require continuous changes and upgrades - a challenge that will become only more pressing over time. Better Buying Power (BBP) is the implementation of best practices to strengthen the Defense Department's buying power, improve industry productivity, and provide an affordable, value-added military capability to the Warfighter. Launched in 2010, BBP encompasses a set of fundamental acquisition principles to achieve greater efficiencies through affordability, cost control, elimination of unproductive processes and bureaucracy, and promotion of competition. BBP initiatives also incentivize productivity and innovation in industry and Government, and improve tradecraft in the acquisition of services. The Department will improve how it matches requirements with mature technologies, maintains disciplined systems engineering approaches. To accomplish this direction, there needed to be a focused goal and concerted emphasis on shifting from acquisition of individual systems to portfolio management (or portfolio systems acquisition). This program enables collaborative efforts to implement the QDR direction outlined above and advance BBP initiatives to achieve portfolio systems acquisition goals and to develop and implement acquisition reform initiatives. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base 2.688 3.451 2.852 0.000 Title: Portfolio Systems Acquisition (PSA) 2.688 The program is broken up into two focus areas (Portfolio Management and Reform Initiatives) and Description: consolidates work previously performed under various other Program Elements. FY 2018 Plans: -Continue and expand support Mission Area Portfolio Assessments and warfare areas to identify portfolio and program synergies, reduce duplication, and identify opportunities for cost savings. -Conduct additional analyses and support implementation of updated Better Buying Power (BBP) initiatives. -Provide technical expertise in support of warfare area portfolios. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604875D8Z: Joint Systems Architecture Development Volume 3B - 371 R-1 Line #138 Page 3 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

450 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Portfolio Systems Acquisition (PSA) / P875 0400 Joint Systems 6 / PE 0604875D8Z / Architecture Development B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Base OCO FY 2017 FY 2018 -Assess progress of program management initiatives and continue support to a variety of certification and qualification standards activities. -Continue "reliability by design", capability, capacity, and lethality analyses and support to programs. -Update roadmaps and where appropriate generate new roadmaps to guide investments in critical areas (e.g., future vertical lift, unmanned systems, ground vehicles, weapons/munitions and Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD)). -Continue analytical support for the IAMD portfolio. -Provide analytical support for the munitions process, from requirements generation to demilitarization. FY 2019 Base Plans: -Continue and expand support Mission Area Portfolio Assessments and warfare areas to identify portfolio and program synergies, reduce duplication, and identify opportunities for cost savings. -Conduct additional analyses and support implementation of updated Better Buying Power (BBP) initiatives. -Provide technical expertise in support of warfare area portfolios. -Assess progress of program management initiatives and continue support to a variety of certification and qualification standards activities. -Continue "reliability by design", capability, capacity, and lethality analyses and support to programs. -Update roadmaps and where appropriate generate new roadmaps to guide investments in critical areas (e.g., future vertical lift, unmanned systems, ground vehicles, weapons/munitions and Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD)). -Continue analytical support for the IAMD portfolio. -Continue analytical support for the munitions process, from requirements generation to demilitarization. FY 2019 OCO Plans: -N/A FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY2019 increase will result in greater focus on land warfare studies. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.688 2.688 0.000 3.451 2.852 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks UNCLASSIFIED Joint Systems Architecture Development PE 0604875D8Z: Volume 3B - 372 Page 4 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #138

451 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Joint Systems Portfolio Systems Acquisition (PSA) / 0400 / 6 P875 PE 0604875D8Z Architecture Development D. Acquisition Strategy Not Applicable E. Performance Metrics Not Applicable UNCLASSIFIED Joint Systems Architecture Development PE 0604875D8Z: Volume 3B - 373 R-1 Line #138 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 5 of 7

452 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Joint Systems PE 0604875D8Z / / 0400 P220 / Electronic Warfare Executive 6 Architecture Development Committee FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 1.400 1.400 1.400 1.400 Continuing Continuing 1.400 0.000 1.400 0.198 0.096 1.400 Electronic Warfare P220: Executive Committee - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Electronic Warfare (EW) Executive Committee (EXCOM) - co-chaired by the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics and the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff - is tasked to provide senior oversight, coordination, budget/capability harmonization, and advice on EW matters to the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Secretary of Defense, and the Deputy's Management Action Group. This program develops, maintains, and implements the overarching DoD EW Strategy and Implementation Plan to achieve Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) superiority. This program provides technical analyses, technology assessments, capability and capability gap identification, intelligence and threat evaluations to inform DoD EW requirements, acquisition programs, and investment decisions. This program also advances EW needs in modeling, simulation, test, exercises, experimentation, and training. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 OCO Total Base FY 2017 FY 2018 1.400 0.096 1.400 Title: Electronic Warfare Executive Committee 1.400 0.000 Description: Funds are to conduct analytic assessments, threat-projective red-teaming, and physics-based modeling of electronic warfare capabilities to support the Deputy Secretary of Defense-directed Electronic Warfare (EW) Executive Committee (EXCOM). FY 2018 Plans: - Perform analytic underpinning for EW Strategy implementation, for synchronization of Services’ EW investments, and for advancing DoD EW capabilities, training, exercises, modeling and simulation. FY 2019 Base Plans: - Develop plans and conduct Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leadership and Education, Personnel, Facilities and Policy (DOTMLPF-P initiatives to implement the Department's EW strategy. - Continue to perform the necessary analytic underpinning to develop and field advanced EW capabilities, including EW manning, training, exercises, modeling and simulation. FY 2019 OCO Plans: N/A FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604875D8Z: Joint Systems Architecture Development Volume 3B - 374 R-1 Line #138 Page 6 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

453 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Joint Systems / / P220 0400 / 6 Electronic Warfare Executive PE 0604875D8Z Architecture Development Committee B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 OCO Total FY 2017 FY 2018 Base N/A Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.000 1.400 1.400 0.096 1.400 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Not Applicable E. Performance Metrics Not Applicable UNCLASSIFIED Joint Systems Architecture Development PE 0604875D8Z: Volume 3B - 375 Page 7 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #138

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455 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0604940D8Z / Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 261.529 295.630 Continuing Continuing 296.176 291.831 258.796 952.702 212.389 211.325 258.796 - Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 295.630 952.702 212.389 211.325 258.796 296.176 258.796 261.529 291.831 - 940: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) - - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Since its inception in FY 1990, this program element (PE) has been used to fund the development of critically needed, high-priority Test and Evaluation (T&E) capabilities for joint/multi-Service requirements. The Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) uses a corporate investment approach to combine Service, Defense, and other Government agencies T&E needs, maximize opportunities for joint efforts, and avoid unwarranted duplication of test capabilities. CTEIP focuses investments on projects that will have high productivity returns on investment. Projects under the CTEIP PE support two basic tasks: investments to improve the test capabilities base (Joint Improvement and Modernization (JIM) projects) and development of near-term solutions to test capability shortfalls in support of ongoing operational test programs (Resource Enhancement Project (REP)). The JIM funds critically needed T&E investments in the major functional areas of air combat; armament and munitions; Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) networks; common range instrumentation; electronic combat; cyber warfare; land combat; sea combat; space combat; target systems; and test environments. Examples of project subject matter include highly accurate time-space-position information, electronic warfare test capability developments to address critical testing shortfalls against advanced threats, infrastructure developments needed for testing hypersonic weapon systems, network enhanced telemetry, information assurance and cyber testing and analysis capabilities, end-to-end testing of infrared countermeasures systems, net-centric weapons, and unmanned systems. CTEIP continues to serve as the focal point for fostering common architectures throughout the test and training communities to enhance the sharing of resources and linkages between test and training ranges. CTEIP has provided special focus to institutionalize the use of modeling and simulation (M&S) as a practical test tool, to link ranges to enhance inter-range and inter- Service cooperation and resource sharing, and to ensure development and acquisition of common instrumentation necessary for a more efficient test infrastructure. Analyses of alternative solutions are conducted for each investment project to validate T&E requirements, to define integrated support systems, and to determine overall cost effectiveness of the proposed test investments. The use of Department of Defense (DoD)-wide criteria for requirement validation, prioritization, and risk assessment ensures an effective test resource investment program. The REP funds development of near-term solutions for critical ongoing operational tests supporting decisions on major, high-priority defense acquisition programs. These unanticipated operational test (OT) capability requirements arise from several sources such as a new threat system identified during OT planning, acquisition of foreign military assets that are critical in determining weapon system operational effectiveness, short timelines between system design maturity and scheduled OT, and emerging technologies and test requirements resulting from operational concept changes mandated by Congress or Director, Operational Test & Evaluation (DOT&E), UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 377 R-1 Line #139 Page 1 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

456 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: / / BA 6: PE 0604940D8Z Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) RDT&E Management Support or system-of-systems testing. Funding these activities under the CTEIP provides the opportunity to coordinate and integrate these near-term test requirements with the total DoD test and evaluation investment planning, and ensures their availability and legacy for other programs that may have similar testing requirements. This Budget Activity 6 PE includes special studies, analyses, and strategic planning related to test capabilities and infrastructure, and supports the development and application of proven technologies to provide major test and evaluation capabilities required to meet DoD component weapon system test requirements. The FY2019 CTEIP budget is described in detail below. As part of the DoD reform agenda, the CTEIP budget was reduced for consolidation and reduction of service contracts. The FY2019 includes increased investments in high-priority hypersonic ground and open air range test capability developments and increased investments for critically needed upgrades to DoD Threat Models and Simulations. FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 219.199 Previous President's Budget - 211.325 248.116 248.116 Current President's Budget 212.389 211.325 258.796 - 258.796 10.680 10.680 - Total Adjustments -6.810 0.000 - - • Congressional General Reductions - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions • Congressional Adds - - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -6.537 - 12.381 • Program Adjustment - - 12.381 - - - - -0.241 - • FFRDC Reduction - - -1.701 - -1.701 • Inflation Adjustment - • Other Reduction -0.032 - - - Change Summary Explanation FY2019 – Increased investments for high-priority hypersonic ground and open air range test capability developments and increased investments for critically needed upgrades to DoD Threat Models and Simulations. C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 258.796 211.325 Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program Title: 212.389 Description: Jim Projects: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604940D8Z: Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... Volume 3B - 378 Page 2 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

457 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Awarded the contract for system development and completed preliminary design for the Advanced Range Tracking and Imaging System project to provide an integrated next generation suite of optical tracking mounts needed to increase performance, reduce costs, and effectively deliver secure reliable optical throughput. - Continued procurement and initiated sustainment for the Common Range Integrated Instrumentation System project to develop a common range instrumentation system to address next generation range data requirements. - Completed the B-2 Defense Management System project to upgrade test capabilities at the Benefield Anechoic Facility (BAF) to support B-2 testing in a modern radio frequency (RF) signal threat environment. - Completed Block 1 Initial Operational Capability for the Multi-Level Secure Joint/Coalition Network Environment (MLS-JCNE) project to develop a standardized, DoD multi-level secure and cross-domain data management T&E network environment. Continued system development for Block 2 to develop a standardized, multi-level secure voice, text chat, file transfer, and multi- level work station for cross-domain data management in a T&E network environment. - Completed Block 1 (Initial Operational Capability) and Block 2 (Full Operational Capability) for the Synthetic Battlefield Emitter Systems and project to provide a controlled, high-density open air environment for testing C4ISR systems. - Completed development and fielded the Vertical Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) System at both NAS Patuxent River, MD, and White Sand Missile Range, NM; and a High Power Microwave (HPM) Test Sources project to provide vertical high-altitude EMP and HPM external electromagnetic environments for testing in accordance with Military Standards. - Completed system design for Increment 1 and Initial Operational Capability for the Network Centric Weapon (NCW) T&E Environment project to provide an enhanced capability to test and evaluate an NCW in a distributed end-to-end simulation environment. Continued system design and development for Increment 2. - Completed system design and an Early Operational Capability Demonstration of the Cyber Test Analysis and Simulation Environment project and continued development to enhance current Information Assurance / Cyber testing and analysis capabilities and modeling and simulations tools for testing against increasingly robust Cyber threats. - Completed system development and initiated production for the Radar Signal Emulators to provide open-loop, transmit-only systems that will accurately emit waveforms of threat radar systems operating in the C and S radio frequency (RF) bands. Delivered 8 of 16 Radar Signal Emulators at the Nellis AFB Test and Training Range, NV and initiated site acceptance testing. Continued production of the remaining 9 Radar Signal Emulators. - Completed integration of three threat command posts at the Electronic Combat Range, China Lake, CA and continued system development for remaining deliverables for the Integrated Air Defense System (IADS) Enhancements project that will add comprehensive threat-representative IADS capabilities based on the development and integration of several high-priority, threat- representative Command Post (CP) models to open-air test ranges, test laboratories and modeling and simulation (M&S) facilities. - Completed source selection and contract award and initiated preliminary design for the Commercial Derivative Aircraft Based Instrumentation Telemetry System project to provide expanded capability and capacity telemetry support for aircraft and missile defense testing in inter-range and broad ocean area test scenarios. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 379 Page 3 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

458 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 - Completed requirements development and initiated concept development and preliminary design for 7 projects improving hypersonic ground test capabilities to address critical shortfalls in developmental and operational testing of cruise missile and boost glide vehicles. * The Hypersonic Test Capability Improvement Clean Air/Variable Mach Capability to provide clean air, variable Mach test capability for hypersonic system prototypes from Mach 4 to Mach 7.5. * The Tunnel 9 High Mach Number project that develops a Mach 18 test capability at the AEDC White Oak, MD. * The High Altitude LIDAR Atmospheric Sensing System that provides DOD launch and flight test ranges with improved ability to measure atmospheric conditions to reduce flight test evaluation uncertainty and improve launch and recovery operations. * Holloman AFB High Speed Test Track Weather Effects System that provides a full scale rain erosion capability in order to validate vehicle structural design and qualify hypersonic weapon systems for flight in an open air facility. * AEDC G-Range Weather Effects that provides a small scale dust, rain, and snow erosion capability in order to validate vehicle structural design and qualify hypersonic weapon systems for flight. * M&S for Weather Effects on Hypersonic Systems that provides a database of realistic and relevant weather conditions as a basis for ground test requirements, and that develops advanced material response models validated with improved ground test data to predict weather erosion in flight. * Transient Thermal Analysis Software Transition tool set provides dramatically improved capabilities for predicting aerothermal and ablation response to high speed, high temperature flow in ground and flight test environments. - Completed requirements development and planning, and contract award and initiated preliminary design for the Advanced Weapons Effects Test Capability project to develop a capability to more accurately measure fragment characteristics of explosive weapons and more accurately estimate collateral damage distances. - Completed concept development and preliminary design, and initiated system development for the Mid-Pressure Arc Heater project to expand the H2 Hypersonic Test Facility at Arnold Engineering Development Complex, TN to provide higher enthalpy at the mid-pressure altitudes to enable ground materials testing of components of hypersonic systems. - Completed requirements development for the Pulsed Neutron Environment project to provide a Low Enriched Uranium (LEU) facility and transitioned this project to the Fast Burst Reactor Upgrade project that will begin during FY2018. - Completed critical design and continued system development for the Advanced Dynamic Transmitter Array (ADTRA) project to develop a complex, dynamic radio frequency (RF) threat environment that will accurately represent signal characteristics, increase signal densities while reducing test system set up and calibration times at the Benefield Anechoic Facility (BAF). - Completed critical design and continued system development of the Closed Loop PESA Simulator project to develop a closed- loop radar system that will closely replicate the performance of a widely fielded Western Pacific (WESTPAC) long-range surface- to-air missile (SAM) system. - Completed preliminary design and initiated system development for the Radar Cross Section Range Relevance Project to upgrade radar cross section measurement capabilities to measure and evaluate advanced low observable technologies at the Atlantic Test Range, Patuxent River NAS, MD and the National RCS Test Facility, Holloman AFB, NM. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 380 Page 4 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

459 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Completed preliminary design and initiated system development for the Swarm Autonomy and Scoring project to upgrade existing High Speed Maneuverable Surface Targets (HSMST) with semi-autonomous control and UAS overhead scoring capabilities for testing against representative surface swarming threats. Deferred concept development and preliminary design of the Real Time Casualty Assessment capability pending completion of a feasibility assessment. - Continued system development of the Integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry (iNET)Project Block I capability to develop a network-enhanced aeronautical telemetry capability for T&E ranges and facilities. - Continued system development for the Next Generation Electronic Warfare Environment Generator (NEWEG) Build B project to provide electronic warfare simulation capabilities for testing future Electronic Attack and Electronic Support Measures systems. - Continued Integrated Technical Evaluation and Analysis of Multiple Sources (ITEAMS) activities to provide detailed analysis and validation of threat system designs and operational techniques. - Continued system development for Full Operational Capability for the Joint Distributed Infrared Countermeasures (IRCM) Ground Test System project to provide end-to-end ground testing of IRCM systems. - Continued the Joint Strike Fighter Knowledge Management (KM) project to establish a next-generation KM capability that utilizes the latest in virtualization technologies, methodologies, and best practices for efficient and effective use of T&E data. Initiated development of small form factor instrumentation prototypes for data collection and data analytics systems to support F-35 Initial Operational Test and Evaluation. - Initiated risk reduction activities under the Enhanced Solutions Process for potential FY18 multi-Service T&E developments, as recommended by Service Test and Evaluation Executives. - Monitored early maturation under the Test and Evaluation/Science and Technology Program for a prototype capability to develop a Dense Plasma Focus (DPF) system to meet short pulse fusion neutron test requirements necessary for both weapons certification and testing new circuit designs for nuclear weapons effects testing that will transition to CTEIP development in FY2018. - Continued threat system simulator, modeling and simulation development efforts to improve integration; reduce potential duplication and ensure that accurate, cost-effective representations of threat systems are available to support testing. Resource Enhancement Project: - Completed the Advanced Mine Simulation System (AMISS) Upgrade, which provides the existing AMISS asset with five new mine-triggering emulations, as well as sensor and improved compartmentalization enhancements. - Completed the C2 and Urban Background Environment Simulator (CUBES) to incorporate modern urban communication background signals and selected closed-loop communications for Installed System Test Facility communications jamming purposes. - Completed the Digital Integrated Air Defense System (DIADS) Sensor Reactivity Upgrade (SRU) to upgrade DIADS radars with enhanced ECM response features in support of F-35 and F-22 operational testing. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 381 Page 5 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

460 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 - Completed development of Torpedo Operational Testing Using Modeling and Simulation (TOTUMS) to enhance torpedo OT&E by upgrading an HITL simulator and environment simulator for high-fidelity, OT-ready realism. - Completed Tactical Datalink (TDL) and Full Motion Video (FMV) Accuracy Assessment Tool (T-FAAT) to interface commercial off-the-shelf tool suites to create a net-enabled weapon situational awareness during live testing. - Continued development of Airborne Early Warning Interoperability Simulator (AEIS) to develop the hardware and software necessary to generate a properly spaced, dense target and ECM environment for injection-mode Installed Systems Test Facility testing of the E-2D Hawkeye mission system. - Continued development of Boosted Zombie Target (BZT) to develop multi-stage, economical targets for PAC-3 by integrating a GFE booster onto a blue "Zombie" maneuvering target. - Continued development of Joint Standard Instrumentation Suite (JSIS) Phase 1 to measure and collect signature, TSPI, and related data from key flight trajectory segments of threat missile and hostile fire munitions (e.g., small arms and RPG) firings to support evaluation of the missile/hostile fire warning systems such as the Advance Threat Warning (ATW) system. - Continued development of the Medium Range Target Engagement Radar (MR-TER) Radar System Emulator (RSE) to develop and integrate TER waveform replication capability into C-Band RSEs. - Continued development of Cognitive Electronic Warfare (Cognitive EW) Flight Test to evaluate an advanced EW system against emerging threat representations. - Continued development of Submarine Launched Modular 3-inch Device (SLAM-3D), which provides a Cluster Duncan countermeasure emulator that will help resolve the Anti-Submarine Warfare COI for the Mk 54 Mod 1 Torpedo. - Continued development of General Threat Torpedo (GTT) to develop a threat torpedo surrogate with upgradable interchangeable segments as an upgrade replacement for the current threat surrogate torpedo. - Initiated development of Advanced Communication Threat Testing Suites (ACTTS) Uplink Capability to develop an electronic warfare (EW) threat representative uplink jamming system to support test and evaluation of end to end satellite system responsiveness to threat systems operating in applicable bands. - Initiated development of additional enhancements to Air Warfare Battle Shaping (AWBS) investments to improve air-to-air range infrastructure for NAWC-WD. - Initiated development of Common Operational Test Vehicle and Engagement Real-Time Test Instrumentation (COVERT-I) to reduce the data collection footprint in Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles by reducing from three unique data collectors to one modular, scalable data collector with increased storage capacity. - Initiated development of Integrated Digital Acquisition Radar Environment. - Upgraded (IDARE-U) to upgrade two NAWCWD Electronic Combat Range OEM Radars’ analog output with digital upgrade for downstream digital messaging. - Initiated development of Joint Standard Instrumentation Suite (JSIS) Phase 2 to measure and collect missile attitude (6DOF) as well as signature, TSPI, and related data for a larger portion of the threat MANPADS trajectory at the required accuracies within a single firing to support evaluation of the missile/hostile fire warning systems such as the Advance Threat Warning (ATW) system. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 382 Page 6 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

461 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0604940D8Z Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 -Initiated development of the Pulsed Doppler Emitter Capability Payload for Aerial Targets (PDEC-163) to develop kinematic threat representations and threat representative emissions to provide the DDG-1000 OT SUT with the ability to collect data necessary for COTF to accredit the DDG-1000’s fire control loop weapons system response to threat targets. - Initiated development of Space Fence Evaluation of Radar Effectiveness (SFERES) to fabricate a 3-axis stabilized CubeSat which will launch two spheres to support accurate evaluation of the Space Fence radar. FY 2018 Plans: JIM Projects: - Complete system development for the Joint Distributed Infrared Countermeasures (IRCM) Ground Test System (JDIGS) project to provide an end-to-end ground test system enabling complete testing of IRCM systems. - Complete preliminary design and continue system development for Block 2 of the Multi-Level Secure Joint/Coalition Network Environment (MLS-JCNE) project to develop standardized, DoD test and evaluation multi-level secure voice, text chat, file transfer and a multi-level work station for cross-domain data management in a T&E network environment. - Continue system development for the Network Centric Weapon (NCW) T&E Environment project to provide an enhanced capability to test and evaluate NCW in a distributed end-to-end simulation environment. - Complete Initial Operational Capability (IOC) and continue system development for the Cyber Test Analysis and Simulation Environment (Cyber TASE) project to enhance current Information Assurance / Cyber testing and analysis capabilities and modeling and simulations tools for testing against increasingly robust Cyber threats. - Complete production, delivery and site acceptance testing for a 16 Radar Signal Emulator project to provide open-loop, transmit- only systems that will accurately emit waveforms of threat radar systems operating in the C and S radio frequency (RF) bands. Transition to Air Force and Navy for sustainment. - Complete prototype testing, critical design and continue system development for the Advanced Range Tracking and Imaging System (ARTIS) project to provide an integrated next generation suite of optical tracking mounts needed to increase performance, reduce costs, and effectively deliver secure reliable optical test data. - Complete requirements development and planning and initiate preliminary design for the Fast Burst Reactor project that upgrades the capability of Highly Enriched Uranium, Fast Burst Reactor at White Sands Missile Range test capability to conduct component testing in a nuclear weapons environment. - Complete engineering design unit #1 and continue preliminary design for the Commercial Derivative Aircraft Based Instrumentation Telemetry System (CBITS) project to provide expanded capability and capacity telemetry support for aircraft and missile defense testing in inter-range and broad ocean area test scenarios. - Continue initial contractor support for the delivery of the Common Range Integrated Instrumentation System (CRIIS) project that provides a common range instrumentation system for next generation high dynamic aeronautical range data requirements. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 383 Page 7 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

462 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Continue the Joint Strike Fighter Knowledge Management (JSF-KM) project to establish a next-generation KM capability that utilizes the latest in virtualization technologies, methodologies, and best practices for efficient and effective use of T&E data. Complete development of small form factor data analytics system to support F-35 Initial Operational Test and Evaluation. - Complete Initial Operational Capability at Patuxent River NAS, MD, for the Next Generation Electronic Warfare Environment Generator (NEWEG) Build B project to provide electronic warfare simulation capabilities for testing future Electronic Attack and Electronic Support Measures systems. Continue system development and integration of simulator systems and integration for Full Operational Capability. - Complete system development for unit #1 and integration testing with the Next Generation Electronic Warfare Environment Generator (NEWEG) system for the Advanced Dynamic Transmitter Array (ADTRA) project to develop a dense, complex, dynamic radio frequency (RF) signal threat environment that will accurately represent signal characteristics, increase signal densities, while reducing test system set up and calibration times at the Benefield Anechoic Facility (BAF). Continue system development and integration for remaining ADTRA units. - Continue system development of the Closed Loop PESA Simulator project to develop a closed-loop radar system that will closely replicate the performance of a widely fielded Western Pacific (WESTPAC) long-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) system. - Continue system development of Integrated Air Defense System (IADS) Enhancements that will add comprehensive threat- representative IADS capabilities based on the development and integration of several high-priority, threat-representative Command Post (CP) models to open-air test ranges, test laboratories and modeling and simulation (M&S) facilities. - Continue Integrated Technical Evaluation and Analysis of Multiple Sources (ITEAMS) activities to provide detailed analysis and validation of threat system designs and operational techniques. - Complete critical design and continue system development for the Advanced Weapons Effects Test Capability project to develop a capability to more accurately measure fragment characteristics of explosive weapons and more accurately estimate collateral damage distances. - Complete integration of the Ka-band radar upgrade and continue risk reduction for the Atlantic Test Range ADAMS-3 at Patuxent River NAS, MD, and complete HF antenna integration, distributed signal processing upgrade and pylon refurbishment and continue system development at the National Radar Cross Section Test Facility, Holloman AFB, NM for the Radar Cross Section Range Relevance Project to upgrade radar cross section measurement capabilities to measure and evaluate advanced low observable technologies. - Complete critical design, conduct UAS Scoring flight demonstrations, seaborne target control demonstrations and continue system development for the Swarm Autonomy and Scoring project to upgrade existing High Speed Maneuverable Surface Targets (HSMST) with semi-autonomous control and improved UAS overhead scoring capabilities for testing against representative surface swarming threats. Complete the feasibility assessment for the Real Time Casualty Assessment capability. - Continue system development of the Integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry (iNET) project capability to develop a network- enhanced aeronautical telemetry capability for T&E ranges and facilities. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 384 Page 8 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

463 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 - Continue system development for the Mid-Pressure Arc Heater project to expand the H2 Hypersonic Test Facility at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex, TN to provide higher enthalpy at the mid-pressure altitudes to enable ground materials testing of components of hypersonic systems. - Complete concept development and initiate design for Hypersonic Test Capability Improvement project that will test prototypes of hypersonic systems in a realistic clean air environment up to Mach 7.5 at Arnold Engineering Development Complex, TN. - Continue upgrading the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 in Maryland to a Mach 18 capability to conduct testing in support of hypersonic system development and hypersonic vehicle technologies. - Continue development of G-Range Weather Erosion Facility to conduct erosion testing of hypersonic materials and vehicle technologies in weather and particulate environments (rain, ice and dust). - Continue upgrading of the Holloman AFB, NM Sled Track to conduct erosion testing of hypersonic materials and vehicle technologies. - Continue requirements development and planning to develop a Light Detecting and Ranging (LiDAR) atmospheric measurement system for enhanced ground-based atmospheric measurements to support open-air range flight testing of hypersonic vehicles. - Continue development under the M&S for Weather Effects on Hypersonic Systems project that provides a database of realistic and relevant weather conditions as a basis for ground test requirements and develops advanced material response models validated with improved ground test data to predict weather erosion in flight. - Continue development of the Transient Thermal Analysis Software Transition tool set that improves capabilities for predicting aerothermal and ablation response to high speed, high temperature flow in ground and flight test environments. - Initiate a study of open-air ranges for hypersonic testing. - Initiate six CTEIP FY2018 New Start test environment and test instrumentation capability development projects. Complete requirements development and planning and initiate concept development and preliminary design based on progress: * The Autonomous Systems Test Capability (ASTC) project that develops test capability for Service autonomous systems. * The Advanced Durability Testing (AVDT) that develops a multi-axle vehicle chassis simulator and a drive train simulator at Aberdeen, MD. * The Mission System Test Capability (MSTC) project that develops the capability to support integration and interoperability testing for advanced 4th and 5th generation aircraft data links (MADL and TTNT) in a ground test, simulation environment. * The Radar Air-to-Ground Environment (RAGE) project that develops an installed test facility, ground test capability for testing advanced aircraft radars in high density air-to-air and air-to-ground environments. * The Next Generation Turbine Engine Sea-level RAM Test Capability (NGTE) project that upgrades the turbine engine test capability to test advanced aircraft engines at Arnold Engineering Development Center, TN. * The Unmanned Systems T&E Improvements (UAS-TEI) project that develops improved test capability of the Services LVC unmanned autonomous systems test environments. - Initiate risk reduction activities under the Enhanced Solutions Process for candidate FY2020 multi-Service T&E developments, as recommended by Service Test and Evaluation Executives. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 385 Page 9 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

464 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Continue ongoing threat system simulator, modeling and simulation development efforts, and initiate new threat simulator, modeling and simulation efforts in coordination with the Director, Operational Test and Evaluation (DOTE) Test and Evaluation Threat Resource Activity (TETRA). - Transition the Dense Plasma Focus (DPF) system to meet short pulse requirements necessary for both weapons certification and testing new circuit designs for nuclear weapons effects testing from T&E/S&T technical maturation into a CTEIP development project. Initiate requirements development and project planning. Resource Enhancement Project: - Complete development of additional enhancements to Air Warfare Battle Shaping (AWBS) investments to improve air-to-air range infrastructure for NAWC-WD. - Complete development of Boosted Zombie Target (BZT) to develop multi-stage, economical targets for PAC-3 by integrating a GFE booster onto a blue "Zombie" maneuvering target. - Complete development of Cognitive Electronic Warfare (Cognitive EW) Flight Test to evaluate an advanced EW system against emerging threat representations. - Complete development of Joint Standard Instrumentation Suite (JSIS) Phase 1.5 to improve and enhance plume signature video models of threat missile and hostile fire munitions (e.g., small arms and RPG) firings to support evaluation of the missile/hostile fire warning systems such as the Advance Threat Warning (ATW) system. - Complete development of Submarine Launched Modular 3-inch Device (SLAM-3D), which provides a Cluster Donut countermeasure emulator that will help resolve the Anti-Submarine Warfare COI for the Mk 54 Mod 1 Torpedo. - Complete development of Space Fence Evaluation of Radar Effectiveness (SFERES) to fabricate a 3-axis stabilized CubeSat which will launch two spheres to support accurate evaluation of the Space Fence radar. - Continue development of Advanced Communication Threat Testing Suites (ACTTS) Uplink Capability to develop an electronic warfare (EW) threat representative uplink jamming system to support test and evaluation of end to end satellite system responsiveness to threat systems operating in applicable bands. - Continue development of Airborne Early Warning Interoperability Simulator (AEIS) to develop the hardware and software necessary to generate a properly spaced, dense target and ECM environment for injection-mode Installed Systems Test Facility testing of the E-2D Hawkeye mission system. - Continue development of Common Operational Test Vehicle and Engagement Real-Time Test Instrumentation (COVERT-I) to reduce the data collection footprint in Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles by reducing from three unique data collectors to one modular, scalable data collector with increased storage capacity. - Continue development of General Threat Torpedo (GTT) to develop a threat torpedo surrogate with upgradable interchangeable segments as an upgrade replacement for the current threat surrogate torpedo. - Continue development of Integrated Digital Acquisition Radar Environment - Upgrade (IDARE-U) to upgrade two NAWCWD Electronic Combat Range OEM Radars’ analog output with digital upgrade for downstream digital messaging. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 386 Page 10 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

465 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Continue development of Joint Standard Instrumentation Suite (JSIS) Phase 2 to measure and collect missile attitude (6DOF) as well as signature, TSPI, and related data for a larger portion of the threat man-portable air defense systems (MANPADS) trajectory at the required accuracies within a single firing to support evaluation of the missile/hostile fire warning systems such as the Advance Threat Warning (ATW) system. - Continue development of the Medium Range Target Engagement Radar (MR-TER) Radar System Emulator (RSE) to develop and integrate TER waveform replication capability into C-Band RSEs. - Continue development of the Pulsed Doppler Emitter Capability Payload for Aerial Targets (PDEC-163) to develop kinematic threat representations and threat representative emissions to provide the DDG-1000 OT SUT with the ability to collect data necessary for COTF to accredit the DDG-1000’s fire control loop weapons system response to threat targets. - Initiate development of Ultra Low-band Time Difference Of Arrival (UT) to develop the capability for a time difference of arrival (TDOA) multi-aircraft test configuration to support three aircraft under test in both the Air Combat Environment Test and Evaluation Facility (ACETEF) and the Electronic Combat Simulation and Evaluation Lab (ECSEL). FY 2019 Plans: JIM Projects: - Complete requirements and development and initiate concept development and preliminary design for the Autonomous Systems Test Capability (ASTC) project that develops test capability for Service autonomous systems. - Complete requirements and development and initiate concept development and preliminary design for the Advanced Durability Testing (AVDT) that develops a multi-axle vehicle chassis simulator and a drive train simulator at Aberdeen, MD. - Complete requirements and development and initiate concept development and preliminary design for the Mission System Test Capability (MSTC) project that develops the capability to support integration and interoperability testing for advanced 4th and 5th generation aircraft data links (MADL and TTNT) in a ground test, simulation environment. - Complete requirements and development and initiate concept development and preliminary design for the Next Generation Turbine Engine Sea-level RAM Test Capability (NGTE) project that upgrades the turbine engine test capability to test advanced aircraft engines at Arnold Engineering Development Center, TN - Complete requirements and development and initiate concept development and preliminary design for the Radar Air-to-Ground Environment (RAGE) project that develops an installed test facility, ground test capability for testing advanced aircraft radars in high density air-to-air and air-to-ground environments. - Complete requirements and development and initiate concept development and preliminary design for the Unmanned Systems T&E Improvements (UAS-TEI) project that develops improved test capability of the Services LVC unmanned autonomous systems test environments. - Complete Enhanced Solutions Process risk reduction activities for candidate FY2020 CTEIP New Start test environment and test instrumentation test capability development projects to support CTEIP FY2020 New Start nominations by the Service T&E Executives. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 387 Page 11 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

466 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Complete preliminary design and initiate system development for the Fast Burst Reactor Upgrade project that upgrades the capability of the Highly Enriched Uranium, Fast Burst Reactor at White Sands Missile Range to conduct component testing in a nuclear weapons environment. - Complete requirements development and planning and initiate preliminary design for the Dense Plasma Focus (DPF) project that will meet the short pulse requirements necessary for both weapons certification and testing new circuit designs for nuclear weapons effects testing. - Complete preliminary and critical design and continue system development for the Commercial Derivative Aircraft Based Instrumentation Telemetry System project to provide expanded capability and capacity telemetry support for aircraft and missile defense testing in inter-range and broad ocean area test scenarios. - Complete development of units 2-3 and continue system development for the Advanced Dynamic Transmitter Array (ADTRA) project to develop a dense, complex, dynamic radio frequency (RF) signal threat environment that will accurately represent signal characteristics, increase signal densities, while reducing test system set up and calibration times at the Benefield Anechoic Facility (BAF). - Complete development of the upgraded Command and Control system and initiate security and Calibration Pit developments at the National RCS Test Facility, Holloman AFB, NM. Complete the continue system development for the ADAMS-3 radar facility for the Atlantic Test Range, Patuxent River NAS, MD Radar Cross Section Range Relevance Project that upgrades radar cross section measurement capabilities to measure and evaluate advanced low observable technologies. - Complete Initial Operational Capability and continue system development for the Swarm Autonomy and UAV Scoring project to upgrade existing High Speed Maneuverable Surface Targets (HSMST) with semi-autonomous control for testing against representative surface swarming threats. Initiate preliminary design for the Real Time Casualty Assessment capability. - Complete Initial Operational Capability (IOC) and continue system development of the Closed Loop PESA Simulator project to develop a closed-loop radar system that will closely replicate the performance of a widely fielded Western Pacific (WESTPAC) long-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) system. - Complete Full Operational Capability (FOC) for the Integrated Air Defense System (IADS) Enhancements that will add comprehensive threat-representative IADS capabilities based on the development and integration of several high-priority, threat- representative Command Post (CP) models to open-air test ranges, test laboratories and modeling and simulation (M&S) facilities. - Complete critical design and deliver the cross domain VOIP at the JMETC SYSCON and the Multi-level Desktop at the Man Flight Simulator Facility, NAS Patuxent River, MD as Initial Operational Capabilities. Complete critical design for the cross domain text chat and file transfer capabilities and continue system development for Block 2 of the Multi-Level Secure Joint/Coalition Network Environment (MLS-JCNE) project to develop standardized, DoD test and evaluation multi-level secure voice, text chat, file transfer and a multi-level work station for cross-domain data management in a T&E network environment. - Complete Full Operational Capability at NAS Patuxent River, MD and continue system development at the ECSEL, NAS Point Mugu, CA and BAF, Edwards AFB, CA for the Next Generation Electronic Warfare Environment Generator (NEWEG) Build B UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 388 Page 12 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

467 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 project to provide electronic warfare simulation capabilities for testing future Electronic Attack and Electronic Support Measures systems. - Complete the upgrade of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 in Maryland to a Mach 18 capability to conduct testing in support of hypersonic system development and hypersonic vehicle technologies. - Initiate sustainment for the Radar Signal Emulator project to provide open-loop, transmit-only systems that will accurately emit waveforms of threat radar systems operating in the C and S radio frequency (RF) bands. - Continue system development for the Advanced Range Tracking and Imaging System project to provide an integrated next generation suite of optical tracking mounts needed to increase performance, reduce costs, and effectively deliver secure reliable optical throughput. - Continue system development for the Advanced Weapons Effects Test Capability project to develop a capability to more accurately measure fragment characteristics of explosive weapons and more accurately estimate collateral damage distances. - Continue production and interim contractor logistics support for the Common Range Integrated Instrumentation System project to develop a common range instrumentation system to address next generation range data requirements. - Continue system development for the Cyber Test Analysis and Simulation Environment project to enhance current Information Assurance / Cyber testing and analysis capabilities and modeling and simulations tools for testing against increasingly robust Cyber threats. - Continue system development of the Integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry (iNET) project capability to develop a network- enhanced aeronautical telemetry capability for T&E ranges and facilities. - Continue system development for the Network Centric Weapon (NCW) T&E Environment project to provide an enhanced capability to test and evaluate NCW in a distributed end-to-end simulation environment. - Continue Integrated Technical Evaluation and Analysis of Multiple Sources (ITEAMS) activities to provide detailed analysis and validation of threat system designs and operational techniques. - Continue system development for the Mid-Pressure Arc Heater project to expand the H2 Hypersonic Test Facility at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex, TN to provide higher enthalpy at the mid-pressure altitudes to enable ground materials testing of components of hypersonic systems. - Continue system development for the Hypersonic Test Capability Improvement project that will test models of hypersonic systems in a realistic clean air environment up to Mach 7.5 at Arnold Engineering Development Complex, TN. - Continue upgrading the G-Range Weather Erosion Facility at Arnold Engineering Development Complex, TN to conduct erosion testing of hypersonic materials and vehicle technologies in weather and particulate environments (rain, ice and dust). - Continue upgrading the Holloman AFB, NM Sled Track to conduct erosion testing of hypersonic materials and vehicle technologies. - Complete development of a Light Detecting and Ranging (LiDAR) atmospheric measurement system for enhanced ground- based atmospheric measurements to support open-air range flight testing of hypersonic vehicles. - Continue the study of open-air ranges for hypersonic testing. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 389 Page 13 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

468 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) BA 6: Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / / PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Continue development of tools under the M&S for Weather Effects on Hypersonic Systems project to develop advanced material response models validated with improved ground test data to predict weather erosion in flight. - Complete development of the Transient Thermal Analysis Software to predict aerothermal responses to high speed, high temperature air flow. - Continue activities to improve capabilities of the hypersonics workforce with industry and academia. - Initiate requirements development and planning for projects that support hypersonic ground and open air range test capabilities identified in the Execution Plan for Hypersonic T&E Investments. - Continue ongoing threat system simulator, modeling and simulation development efforts, and initiate new threat simulator, modeling and simulation efforts in coordination with the Director, Operational Test and Evaluation (DOTE) Test and Evaluation Threat Resource Activity (TETRA). Resource Enhancement Project: - Complete development of Airborne Early Warning Interoperability Simulator (AEIS) to develop the hardware and software necessary to generate a properly spaced, dense target and ECM environment for injection-mode Installed Systems Test Facility testing of the E-2D Hawkeye mission system. - Complete development of Common Operational Test Vehicle and Engagement Real-Time Test Instrumentation (COVERT-I) to reduce the data collection footprint in Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles by reducing from three unique data collectors to one modular, scalable data collector with increased storage capacity. - Complete development of Integrated Digital Acquisition Radar Environment - Upgrade (IDARE-U) to upgrade two NAWCWD Electronic Combat Range OEM Radars’ analog output with digital upgrade for downstream digital messaging. - Complete development of the Medium Range Target Engagement Radar (MR-TER) Radar System Emulator (RSE) to develop and integrate TER waveform replication capability into C-Band RSEs. - Complete development of the Pulsed Doppler Emitter Capability Payload for Aerial Targets (PDEC-163) to develop kinematic threat representations and threat representative emissions to provide the DDG-1000 OT SUT with the ability to collect data necessary for COTF to accredit the DDG-1000’s fire control loop weapons system response to threat targets. - Continue development of Advanced Communication Threat Testing Suites (ACTTS) Uplink Capability to develop an electronic warfare (EW) threat representative uplink jamming system to support test and evaluation of end to end satellite system responsiveness to threat systems operating in applicable bands. - Continue development of General Threat Torpedo (GTT) to develop a threat torpedo surrogate with upgradable interchangeable segments as an upgrade replacement for the current threat surrogate torpedo. - Continue development of Joint Standard Instrumentation Suite (JSIS) Phase 2 to measure and collect missile attitude (6DOF) as well as signature, TSPI, and related data for a larger portion of the threat man-portable air defense systems (MANPADS) trajectory at the required accuracies within a single firing to support evaluation of the missile/hostile fire warning systems such as the Advance Threat Warning (ATW) system. UNCLASSIFIED Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... PE 0604940D8Z: Volume 3B - 390 Page 14 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

469 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: PE 0604940D8Z RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Continue development of Ultra Low-band Time Difference Of Arrival (UT) to develop the capability for a time difference of arrival (TDOA) multi-aircraft test configuration to support three aircraft under test in both the Air Combat Environment Test and the Evaluation Facility (ACETEF) and Electronic Combat Simulation and Evaluation Lab (ECSEL). - Initiate development of instrumented facilities to evaluate our next generation of sensors, weapons, platforms, and C4ISR systems in a realistic urban environment in response to near-term documented OT shortfalls. - Initiate development of hardware simulators to test missile warning systems of new generation electronic warfare (EW) suites in a dynamic environment in response to near-term documented OT shortfalls. - Initiate the development of non-intrusive instrumentation to address near-term OT capability shortfalls to evaluate advanced sensor system performance in harsh environments in response to near-term documented OT shortfalls. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Department Program Adjustments. Increased investments for high-priority hypersonic ground and open air range test capability developments and increased investments for critically needed upgrades to DoD Threat Models and Simulations. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 212.389 211.325 258.796 D. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks E. Acquisition Strategy N/A F. Performance Metrics A portion of CTEIP projects that were developed and delivered to the DoD test community over the past five years. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604940D8Z: Central Test and Evaluation Investment P... Volume 3B - 391 Page 15 of 15 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #139

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471 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide PE 0604942D8Z / Assessments & Evaluations BA 6: 0400: RDT&E Management Support Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Cost To COST ($ in Millions) Years OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2018 FY 2023 Complete Base Cost 31.604 149.817 30.144 31.356 - 31.356 27.626 32.196 32.707 33.307 Continuing Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 149.817 27.626 30.144 12.845 - 12.845 12.893 13.325 13.688 14.040 Assessments & Evaluations 805: Continuing 5.249 5.181 5.120 5.054 Continuing 5.000 - 5.000 - 0.000 0.000 Director, Special Programs 822: (DSP) Continuing Continuing 14.018 - 0.000 0.000 13.511 - 13.511 13.657 13.751 13.838 823: National Assessment Group (NAG) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program is reported in accordance with Title 10, United States Code, Section 119(a)(1) in the Special Access Program Annual Report to Congress. For further information, please contact the Director of Special Programs, OUSD(AT&L)/DSP at (703) 697-1282. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 132.106 30.144 31.612 - 31.612 31.356 - 31.356 30.144 27.626 Current President's Budget Total Adjustments 0.000 -0.256 - -0.256 -104.480 • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions -104.480 - • Congressional Adds - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - - -0.256 -0.256 - • Economic Adjustment - Change Summary Explanation FY 2017: $103.400 million requested but not approved to address emergency warfighting readiness requirements. FY 2019, factored Economic Inflation UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604942D8Z: Assessments & Evaluations Volume 3B - 393 R-1 Line #140 Page 1 of 4 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

472 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Assessments & Evaluations PE 0604942D8Z / Assessments & 0400 / 805 / Evaluations FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 14.040 13.688 13.325 - Continuing 12.893 12.845 149.817 27.626 30.144 12.845 805: Assessments & Evaluations - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program is reported in accordance with Title 10, United States Code, Section 119(a)(1) in the Special Access Program Annual Report to Congress. For further information, please contact the Director of Special Programs, OUSD(AT&L)/DSP at (703) 697-1282. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 27.626 Title: Assessments & Evaluations 12.845 30.144 Classified Program Description: FY 2018 Plans: Detailed information is Classified. FY 2019 Plans: Detailed information is Classified. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Internal adjustments. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 27.626 30.144 12.845 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy This is a RDT&E Management and Support effort and does not acquire any products. E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED Assessments & Evaluations PE 0604942D8Z: Volume 3B - 394 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 4 R-1 Line #140

473 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Director, Special Programs (DSP) PE 0604942D8Z / Assessments & 0400 / 822 / Evaluations FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 5.249 5.181 5.120 0.000 Continuing 5.054 5.000 - - 5.000 0.000 822: Director, Special Programs (DSP) Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Classified Program. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 0.000 5.000 Title: Director, Special Program - FY 2019 Plans: Detailed information is Classified. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Internal adjustments. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.000 - 5.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604942D8Z: Assessments & Evaluations Volume 3B - 395 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 4 R-1 Line #140

474 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 National Assessment Group (NAG) PE 0604942D8Z / Assessments & 0400 / 823 / Evaluations FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 14.018 13.838 13.751 0.000 Continuing 13.657 13.511 - - 0.000 13.511 National Assessment Group 823: (NAG) - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Classified program. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 13.511 Title: National Assessment Group (NAG) - 0.000 Description: Detailed information is Classified. FY 2019 Plans: Detailed information is Classified. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Internal adhustments. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.000 - 13.511 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics NA UNCLASSIFIED PE 0604942D8Z: Assessments & Evaluations Volume 3B - 396 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 4 R-1 Line #140

475 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0605100D8Z / Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 83.091 Continuing Continuing 84.532 80.181 79.125 84.184 125.046 65.062 91.057 84.184 - Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 15.950 85.113 35.193 22.523 16.558 15.279 16.558 15.157 14.819 - 087: Joint Mission Environment Test Capability Distributed Test 68.582 64.902 64.306 - Continuing Continuing 67.934 67.626 67.626 68.534 39.933 29.869 Joint Mission Environment 088: Test Capability National Cyber Range (NCR) Complex Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $1.302 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) program was established for the purpose of implementing the Department’s strategy to move to an enterprise- centric, distributed test capability that results in acquisition systems fielded with enhanced joint capabilities, reduced program costs, and improved acquisition timelines. The JMETC program implements the infrastructure capabilities defined in the Department of Defense’s “Testing in a Joint Environment Roadmap” to provide acquisition program managers a robust nation-wide capability to “test like we fight.” JMETC provides a persistent, distributed test and evaluation (T&E) capability that supports system development, interoperability testing, and cyber testing which otherwise would not be readily available to Service/Component acquisition programs. The JMETC program is funded within the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) Management Support Budget Activity because it is intended to provide test capability in support of RDT&E programs. By linking distributed facilities, as well as providing the necessary tools, services and subject matter expertise, JMETC allows acquisition programs to efficiently evaluate their warfighting capability in a realistic joint mission environment. In 2012, the National Cyber Range (NCR) transitioned from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC). The NCR mission is to provide secure facilities, technology, processes, and workforce to rapidly create hi-fidelity, mission representative cyberspace environments to conduct cyber test, experimentation, and training events. The NCR supports a wide-range of customers performing Developmental and Operational Testing, Cyber Mission Force Training and Certification, and support for operational contingencies. In FY 2016, the Department, as a result of a study conducted by DASD(C3&CB), recognized the magnitude of need for increased cyber test and training capacity and capability. Based on this and other inputs, the Department increased funding in the Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) in FY 17 to build out additional cyber T&E capacity based on the National Cyber Range (NCR) architecture. This increased capacity will also be available to conduct training for the Cyber Mission Force. The TRMC worked with the Services to identify facilities where this buildout could be accomplished most efficiently. They also considered additional criteria such as accessibility by acquisition programs, availability of qualified work force, utilities and network availability, timing, and expected cost. To date, TRMC and the Services have identified five sites that are potential candidates. We have begun detailed design in FY 17, to prepare for beginning the build-out in FY 18. Once complete, the Department will have well over four times the cyber test and training capacity offered by the current NCR. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605100D8Z: Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... Volume 3B - 397 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #142 Page 1 of 12

476 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605100D8Z 0400: Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: RDT&E Management Support The Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) is the Department’s lead for the JMETC program, the National Cyber Range, and oversees both their development and test conduct. In order to meet the significant growth in requirements, TRMC will use the increased funding for FY 18 to substantially increase cyber test and training capacity by 1) refurbishing the current NCR hardware that is nearing end-of-life and increasing computing capacity to support additional customers; 2) procuring and fielding additional enterprise computational and storage resources for JMETC’s Regional Service Delivery Points (RSDPs) capability; and 3) begin construction of a new high capacity cyber range similar to the NCR. FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 87.080 91.057 86.077 - 86.077 Current President's Budget 65.062 91.057 84.184 - 84.184 -1.893 -22.018 Total Adjustments 0.000 -1.893 - -20.000 - • Congressional General Reductions • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -1.931 - • FFRDC Reductions -0.074 - - - - • Inflation Adjustment - -0.591 - -0.591 - - -1.302 • Other Program Adjustments -0.013 - -1.302 Change Summary Explanation • Internal strategic efficiency reductions in management headquarters funding and staffing for better alignment and to provide support to a smaller military force. • SRRB - Service Requirement Review Board - As part of the Department of Defense reform agenda, the incremental reduction accounts for consolidation and reduction of service contracts. • National Cyber Range (NCR) expansion to address increases in cyber test requirements. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605100D8Z: Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... Volume 3B - 398 Page 2 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #142

477 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Joint Mission PE 0605100D8Z / / 0400 087 / Joint Mission Environment Test 6 Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability Distributed Test FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 15.950 15.279 14.819 - Continuing Continuing 15.157 16.558 16.558 85.113 35.193 22.523 087: Joint Mission Environment Test Capability Distributed Test - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The JMETC mission is to provide an enterprise-level, persistent capability for linking distributed facilities, enabling Department of Defense (DoD) customers to develop and test warfighting capabilities in a Joint Context. JMETC provides a test infrastructure consisting of the components necessary to conduct Joint distributed test events by cost-effectively integrating live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) test resources that are configured to support the users' needs. The JMETC program provides its customers a support team to assist with JMETC products and the conduct of distributed testing. JMETC’s institutional funding builds, maintains, and operates the JMETC infrastructure and pays for persistent availability of national connectivity for testing; data communications middleware; identification and development of interface standards; common software tools and components; and a reuse repository. JMETC Program funding also provides JMETC program management, facilities, equipment, operating costs, and special studies and analysis related to distributed test capabilities and infrastructure. Key attributes of the JMETC include: persistency; interoperability; reuse; various combinations of distributed capabilities (reconfigurable infrastructure to meet customer requirements); modeling and simulation (M&S) linkage; Live-Virtual-Constructive (LVC) test resource integration; and distributed test support to satisfy both Service and Joint needs. System engineering, training, and experimentation all benefit from a corporate JMETC developed for T&E. JMETC has grown from four sites in 2007 to well over 100 functional sites by the end of FY17. JMETC will reduce the cost and time to plan and prepare for distributed joint testing by providing a readily-available, persistent connectivity with network security accreditation support, common integration software for linking sites, and accredited test tools for distributed testing. To support its customers, JMETC also provides extensive expertise in planning, preparing for, and executing the infrastructure for distributed test events. Additionally in FY 2013, the JMETC mission included developing and fielding the Regional Service Deliver Points (RSDP) to support testing and training. The RSDPs are a set of distributed computing and storage platforms designed to efficiently meet DoD capacity and capability demands for distributed and cyber test and evaluation (T&E) requirements as part of the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC). They provide services (i.e. traffic generation, simulation, instrumentation, visualization, and integrated event management), a scalable architecture to increase capacity and capabilities as needed by the user community, a flexible and adaptable infrastructure to support users requirements which are prone to frequent change, and to deliver cost and performance efficiencies (virtualization, rapid reconstitution). At a high-level architecture view, the RSDP adds enterprise compute and storage resources as well as a platform for distributed and cyber T&E tools and services at multiple classifications necessary to create high fidelity, operationally representative virtual environments, previously unavailable. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Joint Mission Environment Test Capability Distributed Test 22.523 35.193 16.558 Title: Description: - Continued to expand the JMETC Secret Network (JSN) infrastructure to 82 functional sites with 4 more planned and the JMETC Multiple Independent Levels of Security Network (JMN) infrastructure to 51 functional sites with 6 more planned. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... PE 0605100D8Z: Volume 3B - 399 R-1 Line #142 Page 3 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

478 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 087 / 6 Joint Mission Environment Test PE 0605100D8Z / Joint Mission 0400 Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability Distributed Test B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Fielded an additional Regional Service Deliver Points (RSDPs), thus increasing cyber test and training capacity. Improved RSDP performance through enhanced automation as well as upgraded computational and storage components. - Supported 83 distinct customer distributed test and training events to include the following: MQ-4C Triton, Small Diameter Bomb II Live Fly Tests, F-35 Record and Playback, Aegis Integrated Air & Missile Defense (IAMD) Baseline 9C1D Training Test, Joint Unmanned Air System – Mission Environment(JUAS-ME), Joint Integrated Air & Missile Defense Office (JIAMDO) Correlation / Decorrelation Interoperability Test (C/DIT), Interoperability Development and Certification Testing (IDCT), STRATCOM Simulation Exercise (SIMEX), NAVAIR Captive Carry Testing, Distributed Integration & Interoperability Assessment Capability (DIIAC) Certification Events, Common Connectivity Device (CCD) Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) Multi-Site Interoperability Testing, Air Ground Integrated Layer Exploration (AGILE) Fire IX, Joint Distributed IRCM Ground-test System (JDIGS), Kodiak Cyber Operations Team (KCOT) Capabilities Test, DoD Enterprise Cyber Range Environment (DECRE) Event, Command Post Computing Environment (CPCE) Event, Cyber Range Technology Proving Grounds (CRTPG), Cyber School (CF-17) Training, Cyber Security Test Bed (CSTB), USS SECURE, Thunderstruck, Missile Defense Agency (MDA), Talon Hate Distro, Automated Cyberspace Threat Representation (ACTR) Demonstration, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/ Lincoln Laboratories (MIT/ LL) Persistent Range, Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense (AIAMD) Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) Distributed Environment, Cyber Guard 17, and Cyber Flag 17. - Provided planning support to the following users and organizations: US Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER); Program Executive Office, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Sensor Systems (PEO IEW&S); Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) II; MQ-4C Triton;P-8A Increment 3; Director, Operational Test and Evaluation(DOT&E); DIIAC, Unmanned Carrier Launched Airborne Surveillance & Strike (UCLASS); Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S); Tactical Mobile (TacMobile), Army Product Manager Information Warfare (PM IW); U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM); Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), 46th Test Squadron DET 2, JUPITER, Command Post of the Future (CPoF), PACOM J81, National Guard Bureau, NAVSEA Dahlgren Division, Long Range Bomber, Air Force Northern Command, Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS); Littoral Combat Ship (LCS); Integrated Personnel and Pay System (IPPS-A); CH-47; AIAMD; Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR); Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS); Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) , AH-64 and several others. - Continued strategic planning efforts to engage new acquisition programs that must demonstrate compliance with Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter (NR-KPP) and Cyber security requirements. - Assisted customers with the use of distributed test tools and troubleshooting of the end-to-end network infrastructures. Continue providing remote and on-site support for the planning and execution of distributed events. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... PE 0605100D8Z: Volume 3B - 400 Page 4 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #142

479 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 087 / 6 Joint Mission Environment Test PE 0605100D8Z / Joint Mission 0400 Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability Distributed Test B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 - Continued to develop and refine the RSDP capabilities to provide users with enhanced large scale, high-fidelity virtualized representations of cyber contested environments and do so as rapidly as possible to minimize event timelines and associated costs. FY 2018 Plans: - Increase cyber test and training capacity. Acquire additional storage capacity for existing RSDPs and implement a central library for reusable Red, Blue and Gray environments. Initiate development of a NSA approved Type-1 encryption capability to secure data at rest in a Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS) architecture. Complete full automated sanitization capability to allow for unconstrained cyber activities to be conducted on the RSDPs. - Continue to provide distributed interoperability and cyber test and training support for major customer events such as the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, Small Diameter Bomb II tests, MQ-4C Triton testing, JIAMDO project testing, MDA cybersecurity tests, Joint Interoperability Test Command JITS, Air Force AGILE Fire, NAVAIR Integrated Warfare Capability (IWC) test events, NAVSEA DIIAC, Marine Corps Virtual Rapid Prototyping Laboratory (VRPL) experiments, PM IW Development and Operations (DevOps), Air Force AFSIT, DIIAC certification tests, Cyber Flag, Cyber Guard, Red Flag, and numerous other test and training activities. - Continue planning support to new and on-going acquisition programs including: F-35, SDB II, JUPITER, Advanced Anti- Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM), MQ-4C Triton, P-8A Poseidon, UCLASS, CAC2S, TacMobile, IPPS-A, CRH, CH-47, LCS, G/ ATOR, AH-64, DCGS and several others. - Continue strategic planning efforts to engage new acquisition programs that must demonstrate compliance with Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter (NR-KPP) and Cyber security as part of their Survivability KPP requirements. - Continue to assist customers with the use of distributed test tools and troubleshooting of the end-to-end network infrastructures. Continue providing remote and on-site support for the planning and execution of distributed events. FY 2019 Plans: - Increase support to 100+ major customer events and numerous smaller test and training activities, as well as maintaining robust, persistent network infrastructures to support distributed collaboration and data dissemination. - Continue planning support to new and on-going acquisition programs. - Provide connectivity to new capabilities and services based on user requirements via both the JMETC Secret Network (JSN) and the JMETC MILS Network (JMN). UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605100D8Z: Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... Volume 3B - 401 Page 5 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #142

480 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 087 / 6 Joint Mission Environment Test PE 0605100D8Z / Joint Mission 0400 Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability Distributed Test B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 - Continue collaboration with the Training community by providing distributed infrastructure and planning support to the Joint Staff, USCYBERCOMMAND and to other customers for their distributed training events. - Continue strategic planning efforts to engage new acquisition programs that must demonstrate compliance with Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter (NR-KPP) and Cybersecurity requirements. - Continue coordination efforts to migrate DoD, Service, Industry, and Academia distributed test and evaluation infrastructures to JMETC’s enterprise infrastructures. - Continue to enhance the web-based JMETC Reuse Repository to store distributed test tools, utilities, lessons learned, and test metadata making all available to the DoD test community. - Continue to assist customers with the use of distributed test tools and troubleshooting of the end-to-end network infrastructures. Continue providing remote and on-site support for the planning and execution of distributed events. - Continue to refine, expand, and sustain the RSDP capabilities and processes to support increased customer demand. Implement NSA approved Type-1 encryption capability to secure data at rest in a Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS) architecture. - Continue to identify, assess, and develop cyber specific test tools as enterprise solutions to capability gaps. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Program Adjustments Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 35.193 22.523 16.558 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics - Number of Distributed test sites UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605100D8Z: Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... Volume 3B - 402 Page 6 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #142

481 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Joint Mission Joint Mission Environment Test / 0400 / 6 087 PE 0605100D8Z Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability Distributed Test - Number of events conducted - Number of acquisition programs supported UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605100D8Z: Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... Volume 3B - 403 R-1 Line #142 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 7 of 12

482 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Joint Mission Environment Test / 0400 / 088 6 PE 0605100D8Z / Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability National Cyber Range (NCR) Complex Total FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2019 Prior COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 Years Base OCO Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Cost - 64.306 Continuing Continuing 64.902 67.626 68.534 67.934 67.626 39.933 29.869 68.582 Joint Mission Environment 088: Test Capability National Cyber Range (NCR) Complex - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification In FY 2013, responsibility for the National Cyber Range (NCR) was transferred to the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) and subsequently aligned under the Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Program Element. Since then, the NCR has executed 200+ events for DOD Customers. The NCR provides secure facilities, technology, processes, and workforce to rapidly create hi-fidelity, mission representative cyberspace environments and facilitate integration/federation of cyberspace test and evaluation (T&E) infrastructure in support of the TRMC Mission. The NCR is accredited to operate at TS//SI-G/TK/HCS-P//SAR. As a result of recent recapitalization and capacity enhancement efforts, the NCR now has the capability to support up to 8 concurrent events and scale up to ~250K virtual nodes. The NCR concurrently emulates complex (Red/Blue/Gray) operationally representative network environments at different classification levels using Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS) architecture. The NCR Test Automation Tool Suite minimizes human error, enables verification of test environment, ensures repeatable results and reduces event timelines from weeks/months to hours/days. NCR computing assets can be sanitized after exposure to malicious attacks/malware and restored to a known, clean state. The NCR conducts distributed events with other Cyberspace Ranges via the JMETC MILS Network (JMN) and Joint Information Operations Range (JIOR). The NCR conducts Cyberspace Testing, Training and Operational Events for the full spectrum of DoD Customers including Research, Development, Acquisition, Testing, Training and Operational Cyber Mission Forces. The NCR executes wide variety of event types including Science and Technology (S&T) Demonstrations, Developmental Test & Evaluation (DT&E), Operational Test & Evaluation (OT&E), Security Controls Assessments (SCA), Cyberspace Operations Training, Cyberspace Tactics, Techniques Procedures (TTP) Development, Forensics/Malware Analysis) and Cyberspace Operations Mission Rehearsal. The NCR enables acquisition programs to conduct Cybersecurity Test and Evaluation (T&E) in a representative Cyberspace Environment to identify and close exposed vulnerabilities, evaluate resiliency and positively impact program cost, schedule and performance. The NCR also supports Training and Certification of Cyber Mission Forces in support of US Cyber Command by enabling operational forces to efficiently evaluate cyber warfighting capability in a realistic joint mission environment. Finally, the NCR is supporting in real time Overseas Contingency Operations as directed by National Authority. In FY 2016, the Department, as a result of a study conducted by DASD(C3&CB), recognized the magnitude of need for increased cyber test and training capacity and capability. Based on this and other inputs, the Department made the decision to increase funding in the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) in FY 17 to build out additional cyber T&E capacity based on the National Cyber Range (NCR) architecture. This increased capacity will also be available to conduct training for the Cyber Mission Force. The TRMC worked with the Services to identify facilities where this buildout could be accomplished most efficiently. They also considered additional criteria such as accessibility by acquisition programs, availability of qualified work force, utilities and network availability, timing, and expected cost. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605100D8Z: Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... Volume 3B - 404 R-1 Line #142 Page 8 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

483 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Joint Mission Environment Test / 088 Joint Mission / 6 0400 PE 0605100D8Z / Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability National Cyber Range (NCR) Complex To date, TRMC and the Services have identified five sites that are potential candidates. We have begun design and cost estimation in FY17 so that we can begin detailed design and begin build-out in FY 18. Once complete, the Department will have well over four times the cyber test and training capacity offered by the current NCR. In addition, the JMETC NCR Complex supports the Executive Agent for DoD Cyber Test Ranges. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Title: 29.869 67.626 Joint Mission Environment Test Capability NCR Sustainment 68.534 Description: - Since commencing operations, the NCR has executed more than 200+ events. The NCR provided Cybersecurity Test and Evaluation “As a Service” for Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAP) and Major Automated Information Systems (MAIS) Acquisition Programs that is simply not available in other venues. - Acquisition Programs supported include Command Post Computing Environment (CP CE), Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC) Mission System (JMS), P-8A Poseidon, Triton MQ-4C, FireScout, Tactical Mobile (TacMobile), CVN-78 Components (USS Secure, LHA-6, Enterprise GPS, 3DExtended Long Range Radar, Distributed Common Ground Station Family of Systems, Carrier Based Air Refueling System, Aviation Data Management and Control System. - The NCR Team helped DOD Customers manage Cybersecurity Testing by conducting Cyber Table Top (CTT) exercises. DOD programs supported include Command Post Computing Environment, Carrier Based Air Refueling System, P—8A Poseidon, MQ-4C Triton, TacMobile and Small Diameter Bomb. The NCR also supported CTTs for MRTFB Customers to help improve the Cybersecurity Posture of the Ranges. - The NCR supported customers from the Services and Joint Community. Customers include US Cyber Command, Joint Staff J-7, Director, Operational Test & Evaluation (DOT&E), Army PEO Command Control Communications Tactical, US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), Air Force Space and Missile Command, Army Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate; Office of Naval Intelligence and the Army Communications and Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Command (CERDEC). - NCR supported Contingency Operations as requested by US Cyber Command. FY 2018 Plans: - Increased funding will be used to execute events at a steadily increasing OPTEMPO to support 8 concurrent events. The NCR will conduct engineering activities to plan for technical refresh of emerging end of life and end of service computing assets. The NCR will modify the NCR Test Specification Tool Suite to streamline operations and make them interoperable with other cyber ranges UNCLASSIFIED Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... PE 0605100D8Z: Volume 3B - 405 Page 9 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #142

484 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Joint Mission Joint Mission Environment Test 088 0400 / 6 / PE 0605100D8Z / Capability National Cyber Range (NCR) Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Complex B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - NCR will begin to build out additional dedicated Persistent Testing and Training Environments to support testing and training customers. - The NCR will continue to provide support for USCC Training and Certification Events by developing blue, red and gray environments for including Cyber Flag and multiple Cyber Knight and Cyber Guard Events. NCR will support to the JS-J6/DOT&E sponsored Enterprise Cyber Range Environment events as appropriate. - The NCR expansion will develop detailed plans for NCR expansion, including at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; Patuxent River Naval Air Station, MD; Space and Naval Warfare Systems, Charleston, SC; Eglin Air Force Base (AFB), FL; and Program Executive Officer for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO-STRI), Orlando, FL. - NCR will continue to support Contingency Operations as requested by US Cyber Command. FY 2019 Plans: - The NCR will investigation the enhanced testing of Industrial Control Systems and Avionics Systems Test Beds. - The NCR will continue to implement improvements needed to increase capacity and support increased demand at the existing NCR location. - NCR will continue to build out additional dedicated Persistent Testing and Training Environments to support testing and training customers - The NCR will continue to operate in support of the growing Acquisition Program Cybersecurity Test and Evaluation requirements. The NCR will support test planning and execution for MDAP and MAIS acquisition programs. - The NCR will continue to provide Cyber Table Top support for acquisition programs to help programs address cyber security as early as possible in development. - The NCR will continue to provide support for USCC Training and Certification Events by developing blue, red and gray environments for including Cyber Flag and multiple Cyber Knight and Cyber Guard Events. NCR will support to the JS-J6/DOT&E sponsored Enterprise Cyber Range Environment events as appropriate. UNCLASSIFIED Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... PE 0605100D8Z: Volume 3B - 406 Page 10 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #142

485 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Joint Mission Environment Test / / 6 088 PE 0605100D8Z / Joint Mission 0400 Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability National Cyber Range (NCR) Complex B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - NCR will continue to support DOT&E Assessments of Major Combatant Commands. - NCR will continue to support Contingency Operations as requested by US Cyber Command. - NCR will expand in capacity by establishing additional NCR locations to support cyber Test and Training requirements. TRMC will install computing equipment, install remote access capabilities, attain accreditation from Defense Intelligence Agency, put contracts in place, and hire work force. - Conduct engineering activities to plan for technical refresh of emerging end of life and end of service computing assets - Continue to assess cyber range requirements in close cooperation with the DoD Cyber Test and Training Executive Agents to build priority cyber range capability and capacity to meet identified RDT&E community and CMF needs. - Continue analyses of capability to determine requirements and standards needed to join these cyber test facilities with existing acquisition system hardware-in-the-loop, software-in-the-loop, and systems integration laboratories to test systems in a realistic cyber contested environment. - Continue analyses of capability to determine requirements and standards needed to meet the need for exceptionally large cyber test and training environments, such as those required for Cyber Flag. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Program Adjustments Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 29.869 68.534 67.626 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics - Amount of increase in computing power UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605100D8Z: Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... Volume 3B - 407 Page 11 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #142

486 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / Joint Mission Joint Mission Environment Test / 0400 / 6 088 PE 0605100D8Z Environment Test Capability (JMETC) Capability National Cyber Range (NCR) Complex - Number of events capable of supporting - Number of NCR-like facilities available UNCLASSIFIED Joint Mission Environment Test Capabilit... PE 0605100D8Z: Volume 3B - 408 R-1 Line #142 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 12 of 12

487 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: PE 0605104D8Z Technical Studies Support and Analysis RDT&E Management Support Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2020 Base Complete OCO Cost Total FY 2023 FY 2021 FY 2022 - 24.434 133.008 20.300 22.386 22.576 Continuing 22.576 23.158 23.417 23.995 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing 24.434 Continuing 23.995 23.417 23.158 22.576 133.008 20.300 22.386 22.576 - Technical Studies 421: A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program is a key source of funding for the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Staff to manage studies, analyses, strategic planning, and technical support efforts to improve and support policy development, decision making, management and administration of DoD programs and activities. Studies and analyses will examine current and alternative policies, plans, operations, strategies and budgets, providing essential means for managing and responding to the shifting and complex international, political, technological, economic, military, and acquisition environments in which national security planning decisions are made. Independent analyses from subject matter experts are instrumental for senior defense planners in making informed choices regarding requirements for force planning and strategic deployment of assets taking into account technological challenges and resource constraints, and there is a strong need to incorporate the findings of operational analysis in force planning requirements and projections. With the complexities of emerging advanced security threats in the current geopolitical environment, the need for objective analysis and forward looking planning to inform senior leadership for the mid and long-term is vital to remaining strategically competitive. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) - Previous President's Budget 23.069 22.386 22.760 22.760 Current President's Budget 22.386 22.576 - 22.576 20.300 -0.184 -2.769 0.000 -0.184 - Total Adjustments - - • Congressional General Reductions -1.600 • Congressional Directed Reductions - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings -0.350 - -0.792 • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - • General budget and economic adjustments -0.184 -0.184 - - - • FFRDC transfer -0.024 - - - -0.003 - - - • Cancelled account withhold - Change Summary Explanation Reductions are reflected for mandated statutory reductions and general budget changes. The FY 17 reprogramming event was an internal one-time realignment of funding to PE 0604016D8Z to facilitate execution of a USD(AT&L) technical requirement. As part of the Department of Defense reform agenda, the budget estimate reflects a stable trend in the number and cost of reports and studies in the near-term. UNCLASSIFIED Technical Studies Support and Analysis PE 0605104D8Z: Volume 3B - 409 Page 1 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #143

488 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Technical Studies PE 0605104D8Z / Technical Studies 0400 / 421 / Support and Analysis FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 24.434 23.995 23.417 - Continuing 23.158 22.576 133.008 20.300 22.386 22.576 421: Technical Studies - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program is a key source of funding for the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Staff to manage studies, analyses, strategic planning, and technical support efforts to improve and support policy development, decision making, management and administration of DoD programs and activities. Studies and analyses will examine current and alternative policies, plans, operations, strategies and budgets, providing essential means for managing and responding to the shifting and complex international, political, technological, economic, military, and acquisition environments in which national security planning decisions are made. Independent analyses from subject matter experts are instrumental for senior defense planners in making informed choices regarding requirements for force planning and strategic deployment of assets taking into account technological challenges and resource constraints, and there is a strong need to incorporate the findings of operational analysis in force planning requirements and projections. With the complexities of advanced emerging security threats in the current geopolitical environment, the need for objective analysis and forward looking planning to inform senior leadership for the mid and long-term is vital to remaining strategically competitive. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 20.300 22.576 Title: Technical Studies and Analyses Support for the Office of the Secretary of Defense 22.386 FY 2018 Plans: Technical Support for the USD(Acquisition, Technology & Logistics) and USD(Acquisition and Sustainment): Studies and analyses of: Technical areas regarding joint warfighting capability and technology planning, strategic and conventional system requirements, semiconductor supply chain assurance, operational mission integration management capabilities, critical munitions requirements, networked sensor architecture planning, counter WMD defense capabilities, strategic defense architectures, industrial base capabilities assessments, cyber capabilities, defense manufacturing technology, effects of defense industry consolidation, methods to facilitate innovative emerging commercial technological solutions, acquisition policy effectiveness, technologies for evolving mission requirements, allied defense capabilities, strategic basing requirements, DoD installations planning, logistics supply chain and energy requirements, NATO policy planning, identifying acquisition program risk, support to Defense Science Board task forces on various evolving technological and warfare issues, and advanced electronic warfare countermeasures. Technical Support for the Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation: Studies and analyses regarding the following areas: UNCLASSIFIED Technical Studies Support and Analysis PE 0605104D8Z: Volume 3B - 410 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 5 R-1 Line #143

489 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605104D8Z 421 / 6 / 0400 / Technical Studies Technical Studies Support and Analysis B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Requirements regarding investment and resource planning such as emerging strategic and tactical systems requirements, strategic mobility, maintaining force readiness, personnel force models, assessments in support of scenario analyses, special operations and force support requirements, technical studies and analyses to support independent cost estimates and economic research, comparative analyses of alternative strategic and conventional weapons systems configurations and force levels, and continuation of development of critical management instruments for measuring the long-term trends, strength and affordability of the defense program and supporting development of the Future Years Defense Program. Technical Support for the USD(Policy): Studies, analyses, and activities in the following areas: Requirements regarding national security geopolitical posture and policies such as regional and strategic defense strategy, international defense policy planning, strategic force requirements, homeland defense and humanitarian response capabilities, deterrence and counterproliferation requirements, international defense trade and industrial relationships, NATO requirements planning, technological and other external effects on strategic requirements, space and cyber strategic guidance planning, contingency and stability operations, countering emerging terrorist and transnational criminal threats, and strategic-level simulations of areas of interest for legislative and executive branch decision-makers. Technical Support for the USD(Personnel & Readiness): Studies and analyses in the following areas: Requirements regarding sustainment and planning for the force of the future such as active and reserve recruiting and retention issues, medical force infrastructure, compensation analyses, identifying critical personnel requirements, reserve component readiness and sustainability, military family and educational issues, gender and equal opportunity, and strategies for managing the Total Force portfolio. Technical Support for the Joint Staff conducting joint research with OSD: Joint Studies and analyses with OSD based upon contingency planning, cyber force planning, command and control, mobility and supply chain requirements, joint training requirements, force programming planning, and basing requirements. FY 2019 Plans: Technical Support for the USD(Acquisition and Sustainment): Studies and analyses of: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605104D8Z: Technical Studies Support and Analysis Volume 3B - 411 Page 3 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #143

490 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605104D8Z 421 / 6 / 0400 / Technical Studies Technical Studies Support and Analysis B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 Cybersecurity for weapons systems, technological capabilities requirements planning, munitions portfolio requirements, strategic systems and communications capabilities, space systems requirements, industrial base and defense manufacturing requirements, cyber assurance, acquisition policy effectiveness, foreign defense industry developments, strategic basing requirements, DoD installations planning, logistics supply chain and energy requirements, acquisition program performance, support to various Defense Science Board task forces on various evolving technological and warfare issues, and small business technology investment and acquisition strategy. Technical Support for the Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation: Studies and analyses regarding the following areas: Various analytic requirements for maintaining a balanced portfolio of defense capabilities through investment and resource planning such as emerging strategic and tactical systems requirements, mobility and logistical support capabilities, maintaining force readiness and personnel planning requirements, capability planning resulting from scenario analyses, contingency and conventional force requirements, technical studies and analyses to support independent cost estimates and economic research, and continuation of development of critical management instruments for measuring the long-term trends, strength and affordability of the defense program and supporting development of the Future Years Defense Program. Technical Support for the USD(Policy): Studies, analyses, and activities in the following areas: Requirements regarding national security geopolitical posture and policies such as regional and strategic defense strategy, countering weapons of mass destruction, global strategic affairs, defense capabilities continuity, space and cyber policy, homeland defense support of civil authorities, planning, technological and other external effects on strategic requirements, space and cyber strategic guidance planning, protection of defense critical infrastructure, contingency and stability operations, nuclear planning, and strategic-level simulations of areas of interest for legislative and executive branch decision-makers. Technical Support for the USD(Personnel & Readiness): Studies and analyses in the following areas: Requirements regarding sustainment and planning for the force of the future such as active and reserve recruiting and retention issues, training requirements, maintaining strategic readiness, compensation and quality of life matters and retention, identifying critical personnel requirements, reserve component readiness and sustainability, health and medical issues, crisis and contingency readiness, diversity management and equal opportunity, and strategies for managing the Total Force portfolio. UNCLASSIFIED Technical Studies Support and Analysis PE 0605104D8Z: Volume 3B - 412 Page 4 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #143

491 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605104D8Z 421 / 6 / 0400 / Technical Studies Technical Studies Support and Analysis B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 Technical Support for the Joint Staff conducting joint research with OSD: Joint Studies and analyses with OSD based upon operations research, cyber capabilities, command and control requirements, mobility capabilities, supply chain and support requirements, joint testing and training requirements, homeland defense, force programming planning, and basing requirements. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase reflects general program price changes accounting for inflation. FY 2019 plans reflect the transition of certain functions from the USD(Acquisition, Technology & Logistics) to the USD(Acquisition and Sustainment) Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 22.386 20.300 22.576 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics FY 2019 BA: $22.576 FY 2019 BA Assoc w/Metrics: $22.576 Percent FY 2019 BA Assoc w/Metrics: 100% This program conducts approximately seventy-five actions per fiscal year to support a wide variety of national security goals of the Department and is designed to encourage a collaborative research approach among the components of OSD and the Joint Staff. The research and study projects supported by this program are closely integrated with the strategic goals of the Department of Defense. The focus of studies varies across a wide spectrum including weapons systems cost analysis, strengthening and leveraging alliances, human resource and military personnel management, examination of innovative technologies, application of technology to operational doctrine, and many other issues of emerging importance. Most of the actions are long to intermediate-range in outlook, and the program allows organizational leaders to plan and guide their research toward meeting their highest-priority goals and other high-level guidance such as executive branch performance management objectives, the Quadrennial Defense Review, the President's National Security Strategy, and the National Military Strategy of the United States of America. In following the program efficiencies guidance of the Secretary of Defense, the scope of studies and analyses has been limited as necessary in order to focus upon issues of the highest strategic importance and needs to the Department of Defense while continuing to make every effort to support requirements for the Office of the Secretary of Defense developing from legislative direction. UNCLASSIFIED Technical Studies Support and Analysis PE 0605104D8Z: Volume 3B - 413 Page 5 of 5 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #143

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493 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 , R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide PE 0605128D8Z / Classified Program BA 6: 0400: RDT&E Management Support Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Cost To COST ($ in Millions) Years OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2018 FY 2023 Complete Base Cost 0.000 502.215 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 130.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 502.215 130.000 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Classified Program 128: - - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - Note N/A A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Classified FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 0.000 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 Current President's Budget 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 130.000 0.000 130.000 0.000 0.000 - Total Adjustments - • Congressional General Reductions - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds 130.000 • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer Congressional Add Details ($ in Millions, and Includes General Reductions) FY 2017 FY 2018 128: Project: Classified Program Congressional Add: Classified 130.000 - Congressional Add Subtotals for Project: 128 - 130.000 Congressional Add Totals for all Projects - 130.000 Change Summary Explanation N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605128D8Z: Classified Program Volume 3B - 415 R-1 Line #145 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 2

494 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Classified Program BA 6: / / PE 0605128D8Z 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 130.000 - Classified Congressional Add: FY 2017 Accomplishments: Classified Adjustment Congressional Adds Subtotals - 130.000 D. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks N/A E. Acquisition Strategy N/A F. Performance Metrics None UNCLASSIFIED Classified Program PE 0605128D8Z: Volume 3B - 416 Page 2 of 2 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #145

495 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0605142D8Z / Systems Engineering Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 187.433 31.276 37.622 38.872 - 38.872 39.252 39.726 39.971 40.840 Continuing Total Program Element 33.002 Continuing Continuing 35.103 34.127 33.872 33.398 33.002 165.587 27.722 33.392 - Systems Engineering 142: 3.870 21.846 3.554 4.230 3.870 - Continuing 3.854 3.854 3.844 3.737 Continuing 143: Program Protection - Continuing Continuing 2.000 2.000 2.000 - 0.000 0.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 Mission Engineering 842: Note Service Requirements Review Board (SRRB) efficiencies are included. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) establishes the dedicated funding line to carry out the duties as described in Title 10 US Code, Section 139, the Weapons Systems Acquisition Reform Act of 2009. The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering (DASD(SE)) is the principal advisor to the Secretary of Defense and the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (USD(R&E)) on systems engineering, development planning, program protection, and related technical fields in the Department of Defense (DoD). The DASD(SE) develops policies and guidance for: (1) the use of systems engineering principles and best practices; (2) the use of systems, system security, and software engineering planning and contracting approaches to enhance manufacturing, reliability, availability, maintainability, and software and hardware assurance, on major defense acquisition programs (MDAPs) and major automated information systems (MAISs); (3) the systems engineering plans (SEPs) and program protection plans (PPPs) for MDAPs and MAISs including software, and systems engineering considerations in support of lifecycle management and sustainability; and (4) the inclusion of provisions relating to systems engineering, assurance and reliability in requests for proposals. The DASD(SE) develops new methods, processes, and tools (MPTs) incorporating state of the practice into system engineering for the DoD in both weapon system design, and design tools. The DASD(SE) reviews and approves the SEP and PPP for each MDAP and MAIS, and monitors and reviews the systems engineering, program protection, and development planning activities of MDAPs and other defense acquisition programs, as directed by the Secretary of Defense. Based on the DASD(SE)’s continuous program engagement, the DASD(SE) advises and makes recommendations to the Secretary of Defense regarding systems engineering, development planning, program protection and the execution of these activities. As a member of the Defense Acquisition Board (DAB), the DASD(SE) provides independent assessments of defense acquisition program’s systems engineering, development planning, program protection planning, technical execution, and risk. The DASD(SE) also provides input on the inclusion of systems engineering requirements as part of the Joint Requirements Oversight Council's process for joint military requirements, to include developing specific inputs relating to each capabilities development document. The DASD(SE) issues guidance to, and consults with, the Services and Agencies with respect to systems engineering across the Department. The DASD(SE) improves DoD’s SE capabilities through advocacy, oversight, policy, and guidance for the acquisition workforce responsible for Engineering, and Production, Quality & Manufacturing (PQM); in Engineering Tools and Environments; and in Specialty Engineering. UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 417 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 12 R-1 Line #146

496 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Systems Engineering BA 6: 0400: / PE 0605142D8Z / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support The DASD(SE) periodically reviews the organizations and capabilities of the military departments with respect to systems engineering, development planning, and lifecycle management and sustainability, and identifies needed changes or improvements to such organizations and capabilities. The DASD(SE) prepares and submits a bi-annual report to Congress on systems engineering activities and effectiveness. This PE includes efforts by the office of the DASD(SE) in implementing the Department’s Trusted Defense System Strategy. Specifically, the PE will develop and mature the critical sub discipline of systems engineering - system security engineering (SSE), Hardware and Software Assurance, and the Comprehensive Program Protection Planning process that implements a risk-based approach to protection of critical program information, critical components and mission functions, and information in acquisition programs. These efforts include study and maturation of policy, guidance, system security discipline fundamentals, such as engineering methods, tools, and best practices, and establishing a coalition of assurance activities across the DoD to provide analytical and technical support to acquisition programs. These activities will be promulgated in defense acquisition as a fundamental element of the DASD(SE) systems engineering and technical reviews. Beginning in FY 2019, this PE will support activities to carry out responsibilities described in Fiscal Year 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Section 855 titled Mission Integration Management (MIM). FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 32.429 37.622 37.146 - 37.146 Current President's Budget 31.276 37.622 38.872 - 38.872 1.726 0.000 Total Adjustments -1.153 1.726 - • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -1.112 • Realignment for Higher Priorities 2.000 - 2.000 - - -0.013 -0.005 - -0.013 - • Other Program Adjustments • FFRDC Transfer -0.036 - - - - -0.261 - -0.261 - - • Economic Assumption Change Summary Explanation Realignment for higher priorities reflect a new project line for Mission Engineering. UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 418 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 12 R-1 Line #146

497 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / PE 0605142D8Z 0400 Systems Engineering / 142 / Systems Engineering 6 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing Continuing 35.103 34.127 33.872 33.002 33.398 33.002 165.587 27.722 33.392 - 142: Systems Engineering - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Project P142 supports the execution of the missions of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering (DASD(SE)) to: (1) provide flexible engineering policy, guidance, and workforce development requirements for the DoD acquisition workforce; (2) foster an acquisition environment of collaboration, teamwork, and joint ownership of program success through a proactive program oversight process, ensuring appropriate levels of systems engineering discipline are applied through all phases of the acquisition life cycle; and (3) engage all stakeholders across government, industry, and academia to collectively advance systems engineering practice and achieve acquisition excellence. The outcome of this effort is to ensure systems engineering principles and disciplines are fully accepted and assimilated into the DoD acquisition workforce positioning the DoD for acquisition excellence and leading to a stronger national defense. Activities include the following functions: • Work with acquisition program managers to prepare systems engineering plans (SEPs) to document the technical management approach. • Conduct periodic program engagements in support of technical reviews to confirm programs are executed in accordance with the SEP. • Review all aspects of the systems engineering process for major defense acquisition programs (MDAPs) to ensure they are adequate to support fielding and the achievement of cost and performance goals including producibility, reliability, sustainment, and other considerations. • Participate in Systems Engineering Integrated Project Teams (IPTs), Systems Engineering Working Integrated Project Teams (WIPTs), and Systems Engineering technical reviews, especially Preliminary Design Reviews and Critical Design Reviews. • Work with DoD Service program managers, their staffs, and other organizations, technical authorities, and oversight organizations to develop and implement technical management programs for MDAPs. • Conceive plans and lead program support reviews and assessments of MDAP weapons systems and other programs (e.g., Major Automated Information Systems (MAIS)) to shape technical planning and management to ensure program success. • Conduct other technical reviews as requested (e.g., Nunn-McCurdy certification reviews, Non-Advocate Reviews, focused technical assessments, and software readiness reviews to identify and mitigate program risk). • Establish engineering policy, guidance, and workforce development to drive the development of fully capable and supportable weapons systems. • Oversee Component implementation of engineering initiatives and conduct independent assessments. • Incorporate new MPTs into the engineering practice for development of weapon systems. • Advance the principles of modularity and open systems and incorporate them when practicable in the design, and acquisition of weapon systems. • Develop education and training materials for instructing, maintaining, and enhancing the defense acquisition workforce. Activities include: (1) developing guidance to enhance Engineering (ENG) and Production Quality and Manufacturing (PQM) acquisition career planning and progression; and (2) monitoring, and facilitating Defense Acquisition University (DAU) updates to the systems engineering, quality and specialty engineering courses, to ensure the curriculum represents the education and training requirements necessary to be a viable team member in the acquisition process. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605142D8Z: Systems Engineering Volume 3B - 419 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 12 R-1 Line #146

498 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Systems Engineering / 142 Systems Engineering / 6 0400 PE 0605142D8Z / • Improve the DoD’s capabilities in Specialty Engineering (e.g., reliability & maintainability, human-systems integration, weapons safety, value engineering and manufacturing) through policy, program oversight, fostering practice and technology improvements, initiating long-term strategic improvements, and collaborating with industry. • Advance DoD engineering practices through the use of digital engineering and model-based systems engineering. • Increase trust in computer hardware and software in warfighting systems by establishing a cadre of activities across the DoD capable of detecting and reducing or eliminating software and hardware vulnerabilities for systems in development and sustainment. • Serve as the Defense Standardization Executive and oversee the Defense Standardization Program. • Guide Service and other component organizations in the development planning process to ensure proposed MDAP programs are executable within acceptable levels of risk. • Resolve long-term major systems engineering challenges such as systems of systems (SoS) systems engineering, systems engineering of complex systems, and pre- program formulation systems engineering trade off analysis. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Systems Engineering Initiatives 33.392 27.722 33.002 Title: Description: The DASD(SE) provides objective assessments of program risk to support knowledge-based decision making by DoD leaders regarding DoD MDAPs and MAISs. FY 2018 Plans: Strategic Thrust: Program Support • Monitor programs, providing SE oversight and support to all MDAPs, Major Automated Information Systems (MAIS), and special interest programs. • Expand root cause analysis conducted during and after Program Support Assessments (PSAs). • Expand use of detailed performance measurement and analysis. • Provide decision-quality information and recommendations to DABs, In Progress Reviews, Peer Reviews, and PDR/CDR assessments. Strategic Thrust: Work Force Development • Carry out duties as Functional Lead for Engineering (ENG), Production, Quality, and Manufacturing(PQM), all Department non- construction engineering and assist software engineering. • Build an enduring high performance engineering culture across the Department in Systems Engineering. • Update and deploy courses with increased technical rigor and complex, case-based exercises. • Investigate workforce development initiatives including leadership development, specialized training, and improved instructional methods. • Assess engineering workforce capability and capacity, and, working with Components, develop strategies to address identified gaps. • Perform outreach to services and OSD to focus the Department’s attention and behavior on promoting an engineering culture. UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 420 Page 4 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #146

499 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 / Systems Engineering Systems Engineering / 6 142 PE 0605142D8Z / B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 Strategic Thrust: Engineering Policy and Guidance • Develop and update core SE policy, guidance and standards; review all acquisition policy for SE implications. • Develop engineering guidance and policies for the integration of specialty engineering functions as part of the SE responsibility in the acquisition process including, but not limited to, program protection/system security engineering; software; manufacturing, reliability, availability, and maintainability; modeling and simulation; configuration management; data management; and risk management. • Assess challenges and impact; develop new guidance, best practices, methods, processes and tools to more effectively implement SE for Systems of Systems. • Provide guidance to Defense acquisition programs for developing and documenting each program’s technical strategy and management approach in the SEP throughout the program’s lifecycle. Strategic Thrust: Systems Engineering Capabilities Assessment • Work jointly with DT&E to develop and track measurable performance criteria. • Develop and strengthen component SE organization and capabilities. • Periodically review the organizations and capabilities of the Military Departments and Defense Agencies with respect to systems engineering, development planning, and lifecycle management and sustainability, and identify needed changes or improvements to such organizations and capabilities. • Issue guidance to and consult with the Heads of the DoD Components with respect to systems engineering and development planning in the DoD. • Store and analyze performance criteria in SEPs and Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs) for MDAPs; develop program metrics to aid SE assessments and program execution. Strategic Thrust: Early Systems Engineering and Development Planning • Perform early acquisition risk assessment including pre-MS A engagement with Joint Requirements Oversight Council processes. • Support: (1) Services and COCOMs in pre-MS A formulation; (2) requirements analyses and analysis of alternatives; and (3) initial capabilities document definition and development. Strategic Thrust: Engineering Tools and Environments • Establish guidance and education to support digital engineering use in Systems Engineering. • Continue collaboration in digital engineering methods, processes, tools development and gap identification. UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 421 Page 5 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #146

500 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605142D8Z Systems Engineering / 0400 / 6 142 Systems Engineering / B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 • Oversee development of, and incorporation of modularity and open system technical enablers by Services in their acquisition efforts. FY 2019 Plans: Strategic Thrust: Program Support Continue to: • Monitor programs, providing SE oversight and support to all MDAPs, Major Automated Information Systems (MAIS), and special interest programs. • Expand root cause analysis conducted during and after Program Support Assessments (PSAs). • Expand use of detailed performance measurement and analysis. • Provide decision-quality information and recommendations to DABs, In Progress Reviews, Peer Reviews, and PDR/CDR assessments. Strategic Thrust: Work Force Development • Carry out duties as Functional Lead for Engineering (ENG), Production, Quality, and Manufacturing(PQM), all Department non- construction engineering and assist software engineering. • Build an enduring high performance engineering culture across the Department in Systems Engineering. • Update and deploy courses with increased technical rigor and complex, case-based exercises. • Investigate workforce development initiatives including leadership development, specialized training, and improved instructional methods. • Assess engineering workforce capability and capacity, and, working with Components, develop strategies to address identified gaps. • Perform outreach to services and OSD to focus the Department’s attention and behavior on promoting an engineering culture. Strategic Thrust: Engineering Policy and Guidance • Develop and update core SE policy, guidance and standards; review all acquisition policy for SE implications. • Develop engineering guidance and policies for the integration of specialty engineering functions as part of the SE responsibility in the acquisition process including, but not limited to, program protection/system security engineering; software; manufacturing, reliability, availability, and maintainability; modeling and simulation; configuration management; data management; and risk management. • Assess challenges and impact; develop new guidance, best practices, methods, processes and tools to more effectively implement SE for Systems of Systems. • Provide guidance to Defense acquisition programs for developing and documenting each program’s technical strategy and management approach in the SEP throughout the program’s lifecycle. UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 422 Page 6 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #146

501 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605142D8Z Systems Engineering / 0400 / 6 142 Systems Engineering / B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 Strategic Thrust: Systems Engineering Capabilities Assessment • Work jointly with DT&E to develop and track measurable performance criteria. • Develop and strengthen component SE organization and capabilities. • Periodically review the organizations and capabilities of the Military Departments and Defense Agencies with respect to systems engineering, development planning, and lifecycle management and sustainability, and identify needed changes or improvements to such organizations and capabilities. • Issue guidance to and consult with the Heads of the DoD Components with respect to systems engineering and development planning in the DoD. • Store and analyze performance criteria in SEPs and Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs) for MDAPs; develop program metrics to aid SE assessments and program execution. Strategic Thrust: Early Systems Engineering and Development Planning • Perform early acquisition risk assessment including pre-MS A engagement with Joint Requirements Oversight Council processes. • Support: (1) Services and COCOMs in pre-MS A formulation; (2) requirements analyses and analysis of alternatives; and (3) initial capabilities document definition and development. Strategic Thrust: Engineering Tools and Environments • Establish guidance and education to support digital engineering use in Systems Engineering. • Continue collaboration in digital engineering methods, processes, tools development and gap identification. • Oversee development of, and incorporation of modularity and open system technical enablers by Services in their acquisition efforts. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Level of effort is consistent between FY 2018 and FY 2019. Small changes reflect minor budget fluctuations. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 33.002 33.392 27.722 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 423 Page 7 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #146

502 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity Systems Engineering 0400 / 6 / PE 0605142D8Z / Systems Engineering 142 E. Performance Metrics Improved the Systems Engineering effectiveness of the Department’s acquisition enterprise and provided Department leadership with technical insights into acquisition program performance through: • Systems engineering plans (SEPs) reviewed and approved to document each program’s technical management approach. • Program support assessments (PSAs) and periodic program engagements conducted and program technical reviews supported to confirm programs are executed in accordance with the SEP. • Technical reviews conducted as requested (e.g., Nunn-McCurdy certification reviews, Non-Advocate Reviews, and focused technical assessments to identify and mitigate program risk). • DABs, Overarching Integrated Product Teams (OIPTs), and other program review participation to provide technical insights to OSD stakeholders. • Effective systems engineering policy and guidance established and promulgated throughout the Military Services and the Defense Acquisition System. • A systems engineering workforce staffed, trained and certified with capable and experienced personnel. • Improved reliability engineering, reliability growth management, and reliability monitoring in program development contracting, execution and sustainment. • Service and other component organizations engaged and supported in the development planning process through effective policy, guidance, document reviews and program engagement to ensure proposed MDAP programs are executable within acceptable levels of risk. • Increased use of digital artifacts in acquisition decision making and expansion of design options. • Increased use of modular designs and design techniques in weapon systems, coupled with appropriate contracting language and follow through. UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 424 Page 8 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #146

503 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / PE 0605142D8Z 0400 Systems Engineering / 143 / Program Protection 6 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing Continuing 3.737 3.844 3.854 3.854 3.870 - 21.846 3.554 4.230 3.870 Program Protection 143: - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Department of Defense (DoD) must address cybersecurity and supply chain risks to DoD networks, weapons systems, and information stored and processed on both DoD and Defense Industrial Base (DIB) unclassified networks that support DoD programs. Increased reliance on the internet as a vehicle for sharing information, globalization of the supply chain, and advanced persistent threats (APTs) that can evade commercially available security tools and defeat generic security best practices, drives the need for diligent program protection planning and execution. Program Protection Planning includes protection of critical program information, critical components and mission functions, and integrates high level security policies and practical expertise to specific acquisition practices, systems engineering activities, and risk reduction activities. Through this initiative the Department is maturing system security engineering methodologies to protect controlled unclassified information, to include controlled technical information on contractor networks; improve mitigation of supply chain risk management risks, improve integration of cybersecurity into the engineering processes, improve software assurance practices, mature processes to identify Critical Program Information and improve program protection planning. Activities carried out, support implementation of DoD Instruction 5200.44 Trusted Systems and Networks with the use of proven mitigation techniques and tools, the ongoing refinement of risk management processes, and creation of needed technology; implementation of DoD Instruction 5200.39 Critical Program Information (CPI) Identification and Protection Within Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) to identify and protect Critical Program Information; and implementation of Safeguarding Controlled Unclassified Information on contractor owned networks. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 3.554 3.870 4.230 Title: Program Protection Description: The DASD(SE) provides system security engineering policy, guidance and objective assessments to reduce risks in sharing and storing Controlled Technical Information, improve mitigation of supply chain risk management risks, improve integration of cybersecurity into the engineering processes, improve software and hardware assurance practices and anti- tamper practices, mature processes to identify Critical Program Information and improve program protection planning. Activities carried out support implementation of DoD Instruction 5200.44 Trusted Systems and Networks with the use of proven mitigation techniques and tools, the ongoing refinement of risk management processes, and creation of needed technology; implementation of DoD Instruction 5200.39 Critical Program Information (CPI) Identification and Protection Within Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) to identify and protect Critical Program Information; and implementation of Safeguarding Controlled Unclassified Information on contractor owned networks. FY 2018 Plans: • Provide support to Acquisition Category (ACAT) I programs to conduct broad program protection planning. - Conduct criticality analyses to determine system vulnerabilities. - Develop Program Protection Plans, and track progress to verify protection of critical program capabilities. UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 425 R-1 Line #146 Page 9 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

504 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 / Program Protection Systems Engineering / 6 143 PE 0605142D8Z / B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 - Review ACAT I Program Protection Plans and provide recommendations for their approval to USD(AT&L). • Advance the state of the practice of systems security engineering. - Continue development of methodology to identify and mitigate system security, to include cybersecurity risk. - Continue to develop courseware, refine guidance, mentor Service teams, provide training, and outreach with government and industry. • Hardware and Software Assurance (HwA and SwA) - Conduct hardware and software technical working groups, assurance oversight steering council and support group. - Approve HwA and SwA concept of operations for collaboration activities and program support. - Approve strategic plan: establish requirements and schedule for Initial Operating Capabilities (IOC) of HwA and SwA efforts. - Conduct comprehensive survey across HwA and SwA activities to: document capability and capacity, identify gaps, propose gap mediation investments. FY 2019 Plans: Continue to: • Provide support to Acquisition Category (ACAT) I programs to conduct broad program protection planning. - Conduct criticality analyses to determine system vulnerabilities. - Develop Program Protection Plans, and track progress to verify protection of critical program capabilities. - Review ACAT I Program Protection Plans and provide recommendations for their approval to USD(AT&L). • Advance the state of the practice of systems security engineering. - Continue development of methodology to identify and mitigate system security, to include cybersecurity risk. - Continue to develop courseware, refine guidance, mentor Service teams, provide training, and outreach with government and industry. • Hardware and Software Assurance (HwA and SwA) - Conduct hardware and software technical working groups, assurance oversight steering council and support group. - Approve HwA and SwA concept of operations for collaboration activities and program support. - Approve strategic plan: establish requirements and schedule for Initial Operating Capabilities (IOC) of HwA and SwA efforts. - Conduct comprehensive survey across HwA and SwA activities to: document capability and capacity, identify gaps, propose gap mediation investments. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED Systems Engineering PE 0605142D8Z: Volume 3B - 426 Page 10 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #146

505 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Systems Engineering / Program Protection 143 0400 / 6 / PE 0605142D8Z B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Level of effort is consistent between FY 2018 and FY 2019. Small changes reflect minor budget fluctuations. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 4.230 3.870 3.554 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics The program protection project supports activities focused on: (1) improve system security engineering to reduce risks in sharing and storing controlled unclassified information, to include controlled technical information, (2) improve mitigation to supply chain risks, (3) Program Protection Plans reviewed and recommended for USD(AT&L) approval, (4) effective system security engineering policy and guidance, (5) improve software and hardware assurance and anti-tamper practices and implementation, and (6) mature processes to identify and protect critical program information, critical components and mission functions. Impact of the program protection initiative is assessed based upon number of major acquisition programs supported with formal assessments, program protection plans reviewed and approved, and through engagement supporting acquisition policy initiatives related to program protection. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605142D8Z: Systems Engineering Volume 3B - 427 Page 11 of 12 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #146

506 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / PE 0605142D8Z 0400 Systems Engineering / 842 / Mission Engineering 6 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing Continuing 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 - - 0.000 0.000 2.000 Mission Engineering 842: - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) establishes a dedicated funding line to support activities to carry out responsibilities described in FY 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Section 855 titled Mission Integration Management (MIM). B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 0.000 Mission Engineering Title: 2.000 - FY 2019 Plans: • Coordinate with Joint Service and commanders of the combatant commands to identify major threats, mission scope, Concept of Operations (CONOPS) development, and Operation Plans (OPLAN). • Initiate translation of multi-Service and Coalition mission-based needs for the requirements process, resulting in Capability Requirements. • Develop strategy to use relevant Cross-Service mission threads in coordination with Joint Staff to identify capability gaps. • Determine where multi-Service and Coalition mission areas would benefit from mission engineering and a coordinated implementation approach to set an operational context. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: New start effort beginning in FY 2019. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.000 - 0.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605142D8Z: Systems Engineering Volume 3B - 428 R-1 Line #146 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 12 of 12

507 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0605151D8Z / Studies and Analysis Support - OSD Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 17.048 2.675 5.200 3.534 - 3.534 4.831 4.584 3.968 4.007 Continuing Total Program Element 4.007 Continuing Continuing 3.968 4.584 4.831 3.534 - 3.534 5.200 17.048 2.675 Joint Service Training & 151: Readiness System Development Program Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $1.437 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Joint Service programs were established by the Secretary of Defense to improve the readiness and training of the Active and Reserve Components. This project expedites the development of technologies and systems which improve overall effectiveness and performance of the Total Force. It facilitates the sharing of information, while allowing for the transfer of emerging and innovative technologies among the Services and private sector. In addition, this project supports OSD (P&R), other OSD offices, Joint Staff, Unified Commands, and the Services in promoting more efficient and effective use of resources, increasing the effectiveness of military training, and enhancing the readiness and performance of the Total Force. Projects analyze the contributions to readiness of various programs and training techniques and use the results to expedite new concepts and procedures that increase unit effectiveness or decrease costs. Emphasis is placed on developing analytical tools and systematic methodologies to improve readiness and training resource allocations. FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 4.971 3.797 5.200 4.971 - Previous President's Budget 2.675 Current President's Budget 3.534 - 3.534 5.200 Total Adjustments 0.000 -1.437 - -1.437 -1.122 • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions -1.000 - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings -0.119 • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.003 - - -1.437 -1.437 - • Other Adjustments - Change Summary Explanation Funding adjustment reflects SRRB reductions - Service Requirement Review Board - As part of the Department of Defense reform agenda, the incremental reduction accounts for consolidation and reduction of service contracts. UNCLASSIFIED Studies and Analysis Support - OSD PE 0605151D8Z: Volume 3B - 429 R-1 Line #147 Page 1 of 3 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

508 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Studies and Analysis PE 0605151D8Z / / 0400 151 / Joint Service Training & Readiness 6 Support - OSD System Development Program FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 4.007 3.968 4.584 3.534 Continuing Continuing 4.831 3.534 - 5.200 17.048 2.675 Joint Service Training & 151: Readiness System Development Program - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Joint Service programs were established by the Secretary of Defense to improve the readiness and training of the Active and Reserve Components. This project expedites the development of technologies and systems which improve overall effectiveness and performance of the Total Force. It facilitates the sharing of information, while allowing for the transfer of emerging and innovative technologies among the Services and private sector. In addition, this project supports OSD Personnel and Readiness (P&R), other OSD offices, Joint Staff, Unified Commands, and the Services in promoting more efficient and effective use of resources, increasing the effectiveness of military training, and enhancing the readiness and performance of the Total Force. Projects analyze the contributions to readiness of various programs and training techniques and use the results to expedite new concepts and procedures that increase unit effectiveness or decrease costs. Emphasis is placed on developing analytical tools and systematic methodologies to improve readiness and training resource allocations. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 3.534 5.200 2.675 Title: Joint Service Training & Readiness System Development Description: The Joint Service programs were established by the Secretary of Defense to improve the readiness and training of the Active and Reserve Components. This project expedites the development of technologies and systems which improve overall effectiveness and performance of the Total Force. It facilitates the sharing of information, while allowing for the transfer of emerging and innovative technologies among the Services and private sector. In addition, this project supports OSD (P&R), other OSD offices, Joint Staff, Unified Commands, and the Services in promoting more efficient and effective use of resources, increasing the effectiveness of military training, and enhancing the readiness and performance of the Total Force. Projects analyze the contributions to readiness of various programs and training techniques and use the results to expedite new concepts and procedures that increase unit effectiveness or decrease costs. Emphasis is placed on developing analytical tools and systematic methodologies to improve readiness and training resource allocations. FY 2018 Plans: * Continue to assess workforce skills and analyze training requirement to support the DoD Strategy in evolving areas; * Continue to identify and analyze opportunities for early and effective incorporation of human systems interface considerations in system training for new acquisitions; * Continue to investigate modeling and simulation technologies to increase training effectiveness and lower costs; and UNCLASSIFIED Studies and Analysis Support - OSD PE 0605151D8Z: Volume 3B - 430 R-1 Line #147 Page 2 of 3 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

509 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Studies and Analysis / / 151 0400 / 6 Joint Service Training & Readiness PE 0605151D8Z Support - OSD System Development Program B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 * Respond to Congressional mandates and directives FY 2019 Plans: Put in plan FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Explain decrease Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.675 5.200 3.534 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Each project contained within this program contains specific metrics to determine progress towards completion. Metrics for all include completed and documented analysis provided by the performer. The completion date for that analysis varies with each project. In addition, to that analysis, each effort contains a roadmap addressing the best use of the findings throughout the department. If the results of the analysis show benefit to the Department, those findings are included in policy, doctrine, tactics and procedures. UNCLASSIFIED Studies and Analysis Support - OSD PE 0605151D8Z: Volume 3B - 431 Page 3 of 3 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #147

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511 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: PE 0605161D8Z Nuclear Matters RDT&E Management Support Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Base Complete OCO Cost FY 2023 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 - 5.299 22.309 5.101 5.232 5.050 Continuing 5.050 5.119 5.215 5.395 Continuing Total Program Element 5.215 5.299 5.395 Continuing Continuing 5.119 5.050 22.309 5.101 5.232 5.050 - Nuclear Matters 161: A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The purpose of the Nuclear Matters program is to sustain the U.S. nuclear deterrent posture, counter nuclear threats, and to develop nuclear and conventional physical security equipment. The funds for this program are used to support research, development, test and evaluation efforts as well as studies and analyses for nuclear weapons security; use control; nuclear weapons stockpile safety, survivability and performance; countering nuclear threats and office management. Funds are also used to develop and implement plans for stockpile transformation; infrastructure analyses and assessments; DoD-NNSA Nuclear Weapons Council activities, as mandated by Title 10 USC, section 179; radiological and nuclear emergency response efforts; and management of international programs of nuclear cooperation, particularly with respect to enhancing international nuclear safety and security and office management. Nuclear Matters is also responsible for policy development and implementation for personnel reliability; nuclear weapons, nuclear command and control, and special nuclear materials security; use control; nuclear weapons transportation; physical security equipment; countering nuclear threats; and nuclear and radiological incident response. This Program Element can fund travel to support the requirements of this program. This appropriation will finance work, including manpower, performed by a government agency or by private individuals or organizations under a contractual or grant arrangement with the government who conduct research (systematic study directed toward fuller scientific knowledge or understanding of the subject studied), development (systematic use of the knowledge and understanding gained from research, for the production of useful materials, devices, systems, or methods, including the design and development of prototypes and processes) and test and evaluation efforts. FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 5.302 5.232 5.091 - 5.091 5.050 Current President's Budget 5.101 5.232 5.050 - -0.201 - -0.041 0.000 -0.041 Total Adjustments • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.194 - - -0.006 - - - • FFRDC -0.007 - - - • Programmatic Fiscal Guidance Adjustment -0.007 UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear Matters PE 0605161D8Z: Volume 3B - 433 Page 1 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #148

512 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2 R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity BA 6: Nuclear Matters PE 0605161D8Z / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / RDT&E Management Support - - - - -0.001 • Cancelled Account Withold -0.034 - • Economic Assumption Adjustment - - -0.034 UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear Matters PE 0605161D8Z: Volume 3B - 434 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 7 R-1 Line #148

513 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / PE 0605161D8Z 0400 Nuclear Matters / 161 / Nuclear Matters 6 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing Continuing 5.395 5.299 5.215 5.050 5.119 - 22.309 5.101 5.232 5.050 Nuclear Matters 161: - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The purpose of the Nuclear Matters program is to sustain the U.S. nuclear deterrent posture, counter nuclear threats, and to develop nuclear and conventional physical security equipment. The funds for this program are used to support research, development, test and evaluation efforts as well as studies and analyses for nuclear weapons security; use control; nuclear weapons stockpile safety, survivability and performance; countering nuclear threats and office management. Funds are also used to develop and implement plans for stockpile transformation; infrastructure analyses and assessments; DoD-NNSA Nuclear Weapons Council activities, as mandated by Title 10 USC, section 179; radiological and nuclear emergency response efforts; and management of international programs of nuclear cooperation, particularly with respect to enhancing international nuclear safety and security and office management. Nuclear Matters is also responsible for policy development and implementation for personnel reliability; nuclear weapons, nuclear command and control, and special nuclear materials security; use control; nuclear weapons transportation; physical security equipment; countering nuclear threats; and nuclear and radiological incident response. This Program Element can fund travel to support the requirements of this program. This appropriation will finance work, including manpower, performed by a government agency or by private individuals or organizations under a contractual or grant arrangement with the government who conduct research (systematic study directed toward fuller scientific knowledge or understanding of the subject studied), development (systematic use of the knowledge and understanding gained from research, for the production of useful materials, devices, systems, or methods, including the design and development of prototypes and processes) and test and evaluation efforts. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 0.620 0.559 0.600 Title: Nuclear Weapons Council (NWC) The Nuclear Weapons Council (NWC) is a joint Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Energy (DOE)/ Description: National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) organization established by Congress to facilitate cooperation and coordination between the two Departments as they fulfill their dual agency responsibilities for U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile management. FY 2018 Plans: - Oversee the activities on the Congressionally mandated Joint DoD-DOE Nuclear Weapons Council and its support committees to include the Nuclear Weapons Council Standing and Safety Committee, the Compartmented Advisory Committee and the Action Officer group FY 2019 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605161D8Z: Nuclear Matters Volume 3B - 435 R-1 Line #148 Page 3 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

514 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) / 6 / PE 0605161D8Z Nuclear Matters Nuclear Matters 0400 161 / B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Oversee the activities on the Congressionally mandated Joint DoD-DOE Nuclear Weapons Council and its support committees to include the Nuclear Weapons Council Standing and Safety Committee, the Compartmented Advisory Committee and the Action Officer group FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Funding fluctuates based on funding availability 0.197 0.198 Title: International Programs 0.191 Description: The United States also participates in several international programs of cooperation regarding nuclear weapons with foreign governments and regional defense organizations that involve unclassified and classified information exchanges. In general, these agreements are designed to promote safety and security, advance stockpile stewardship and collaborate in counter-proliferation efforts. FY 2018 Plans: - Execute confidence building programs of cooperation with international partners. - Sponsor international partners at national-level nuclear weapons accident/incident exercises. FY 2019 Plans: - Execute confidence building programs of cooperation with international partners. - Sponsor international partners at national-level nuclear weapons accident/incident exercises. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Funding fluctuates based on funding availability 0.745 0.747 0.822 Title: Nuclear Surety Description: Because of their political and military importance, destructive power, and the potential consequences of an accident or unauthorized act, nuclear weapons and nuclear weapon systems require special consideration and must be protected against risks and threats inherent in their peacetime and wartime environments. Oversight of the DoD nuclear surety program is provided by Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Matters (DASD(NM)). FY 2018 Plans: - Conduct OSD oversight and provide direction for actions taken under DoDD 4540.5, "Transportation of Nuclear Weapons"; DoDD S-5210.81, "United States Nuclear Weapons Command and Control, Safety, and Security"; DoDD S-3150.7, "Controlling the Use of Nuclear Weapons"; DoDD 5210.42 and 5210.42-R, "The DoD Personnel Reliability Program'; and DoDD 5210.41 and S-5210.41-M, "Physical Security of Nuclear Weapons." - Support activities that support nuclear surety policy and provide OSD oversight of the Nuclear Surety program. FY 2019 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605161D8Z: Nuclear Matters Volume 3B - 436 Page 4 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #148

515 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear Matters / 161 0400 Nuclear Matters 6 / PE 0605161D8Z / B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Conduct OSD oversight and provide direction for actions taken under DoDD 4540.5, "Transportation of Nuclear Weapons"; DoDD S-5210.81, "United States Nuclear Weapons Command and Control, Safety, and Security"; DoDD S-3150.7, "Controlling the Use of Nuclear Weapons"; DoDD 5210.42 and 5210.42-R, "The DoD Personnel Reliability Program'; and DoDD 5210.41 and S-5210.41-M, "Physical Security of Nuclear Weapons." - Support activities that support nuclear surety policy and provide OSD oversight of the Nuclear Surety program. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Funding fluctuates based on funding availability 1.223 1.267 Title: Stockpile Transformation 1.033 Description: To meets its security needs and those of its allies, the U.S. will need a safe, secure, and reliable nuclear deterrent for the foreseeable future. There's increased risk, absent nuclear testing, in assuring long-term safety and reliability of today’s aging stockpile—the legacy warheads left over from the Cold War. Today’s nuclear weapons complex is not sufficiently “responsive” to technical problems in the stockpile, or to potential emerging threats. The task is to ensure the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile and supporting infrastructure, meets long-term national security needs. FY 2018 Plans: - Conduct life cycle activities in support of the nuclear weapons stockpile under DoDD 3150.1, "Nuclear Weapons Life Cycle" and DoDI 5030.55, "DoD Procedures for Joint DoD-DOE Nuclear Weapons Life Cycle Activities. - Manage DoD RDT&E activities for nuclear warheads to include B61, W76, W78, W80(0,1), B83, W87, W88 Weapons. - Support studies for warhead replacement. FY 2019 Plans: - Conduct life cycle activities in support of the nuclear weapons stockpile under DoDD 3150.1, "Nuclear Weapons Life Cycle" and DoDI 5030.55, "DoD Procedures for Joint DoD-DOE Nuclear Weapons Life Cycle Activities. - Manage DoD RDT&E activities for nuclear warheads to include B61, W76, W78, W80(0,1), B83, W87, W88 Weapons. - Support studies for warhead replacement. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Funding fluctuates based on funding availability 0.711 0.762 Survivability and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Title: 0.734 Description: In the 2010 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR), the SECDEF directed the Department to rebalance its policy, doctrine, and capabilities to better support six key missions. The fifth on the list of key missions is to prevent proliferation and counter weapons of mass destruction. This project directly supports the nation’s defense strategy. FY 2018 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED Nuclear Matters PE 0605161D8Z: Volume 3B - 437 Page 5 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #148

516 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Nuclear Matters / 161 0400 Nuclear Matters 6 / PE 0605161D8Z / B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Continue to: - Oversee the Nuclear Defense Portfolio. - Plan and coordinate the activities of the National Nuclear Forensics Steering Committee and Working Group. - Develop OSD-wide approach to overseeing Global Nuclear Defense missions within DoD. FY 2019 Plans: Continue to: - Oversee the Nuclear Defense Portfolio. - Plan and coordinate the activities of the National Nuclear Forensics Steering Committee and Working Group. - Develop OSD-wide approach to overseeing Global Nuclear Defense missions within DoD. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Funding fluctuates based on funding availability 0.734 Title: 0.631 0.900 Nuclear Matters Support Program Description: The Nuclear Matters support program conducts studies / analyses; DoD-NNSA Nuclear Weapons Council activities; and provides funding for analytical support functions. FY 2018 Plans: - Submit annual reports to the President and the Congress. - Continue to oversee DoD/DOE relationship regarding the survivability and surety of the national nuclear stockpile. - Continue as DoD Sigma 15 Approval Authority (Interface with DOE/NNSA). - Continue to address Freedom of Information Act and Mandatory Declassification Requests. FY 2019 Plans: - Submit annual reports to the President and the Congress. - Continue to oversee DoD/DOE relationship regarding the survivability and surety of the national nuclear stockpile. - Continue as DoD Sigma 15 Approval Authority (Interface with DOE/NNSA). - Continue to address Freedom of Information Act and Mandatory Declassification Requests. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Funding fluctuates based on funding availability 0.887 0.876 Physical Security and PPBE Support 0.946 Title: Description: Provides contract support services that support the Physical Security Enterprise & Analysis Group, the Security Policy Verification Committee and all Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution needs for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Defense Programs / Nuclear Matters. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605161D8Z: Nuclear Matters Volume 3B - 438 Page 6 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #148

517 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400 / 6 / PE 0605161D8Z / Nuclear Matters Nuclear Matters 161 B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2018 Plans: - Support the Physical Security Enterprise & Analysis Group - Support the Security Policy Verification Committee - Provide all Planning, Programming, budgeting and Execution support for the Nuclear Matters' portfolio FY 2019 Plans: - Support the Physical Security Enterprise & Analysis Group - Support the Security Policy Verification Committee - Provide all Planning, Programming, budgeting and Execution support for the Nuclear Matters' portfolio FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Funding fluctuates based on funding availability Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 5.050 5.101 5.232 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Success in this area is measured by compliance with various statutes and DoD directives that govern the conduct of the affairs within the Office of DASD(Nuclear Matters). Success is also measured by the currency of information and usability of the website, timeliness and responsiveness of reports due to Congress, performance in various response exercises, and feedback from a number of senior-level government organizations that DASD(Nuclear Matters) supports. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605161D8Z: Nuclear Matters Volume 3B - 439 Page 7 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #148

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519 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0605170D8Z / Support to Networks and Information Integration Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 51.880 6.996 12.583 11.450 - 11.450 15.041 14.841 14.242 14.510 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 14.510 14.242 14.841 15.041 11.450 - 51.880 6.996 12.583 11.450 Support to NII 170: Note The FY2019 funding request was reduced by 2.012 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program element supports studies and analysis in the areas of networks, information integration, defense-wide command and control (C2), and communications. This program is funded under Budget Activity 6, RDT&E Management Support because it includes studies and analysis in support of RDT&E efforts. FY 2019 Base FY 2019 Total FY 2019 OCO FY 2018 FY 2017 B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 13.856 - 13.856 Previous President's Budget 7.246 12.583 11.450 Current President's Budget 6.996 12.583 - 11.450 - -2.406 -2.406 Total Adjustments -0.250 0.000 • Congressional General Reductions - - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - - • Reprogrammings -0.241 • SBIR/STTR Transfer - -0.394 -0.394 - • Program Adjustment -0.009 - -2.012 - • Other Adjustments - - -2.012 Change Summary Explanation Program Change Summary: FY 2017: SIBR/STTR Transfer -0.241 million. Program Adjustment -0.009 million. FY 2018: No change. FY 2019: Under-execution -2.012 million, Program Adjustment -0.394 million. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605170D8Z: Support to Networks and Information Inte... Volume 3B - 441 R-1 Line #149 Page 1 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

520 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Support to NII PE 0605170D8Z / Support to Networks and 0400 / 170 / Information Integration FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 14.510 14.242 14.841 12.583 Continuing 15.041 11.450 51.880 6.996 - 11.450 170: Support to NII - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Funding supports Global Positioning System (GPS) User Equipment Synchronization with GPS space and operational control segments to conduct DoD CIO oversight of Global Positioning System (GPS) management and planning activities required for meeting JCIDs requirements. Funding supports policy and guidance for incorporation of alternative means of PNT delivery to augment GPS. Funding also supports the DoD’s PNT Oversight Council and inputs into interagency activities under the National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Executive Committee. The Integrated Planning and Management Project encompasses the National Leadership Command Capability (NLCC) Management Office's (NMO) responsibilities for establishing overall DoD policy and oversight with respect to the capability development, interoperability, standards, and architecture for National and Nuclear Command Capabilities for our National Leadership. The NMO serves as the single point of contact within the Department for policy, long-range plans, programs and budget, integrated mission advocacy, and management of decision-maker capabilities. NMO’s objective is to ensure capabilities are in place to provide complete and timely situational awareness and decision tools for senior decision-makers. Additionally, the NMO assists the DoD CIO as the Executive Agent and primary OSD advocate for the White House Military Office with oversight of a wide range of DoD command, control, and communications (C3) assets and oversees the efforts of the Services and Agencies in the design, integration, and deployment of critical and sensitive C3 capabilities. Three overall areas of focus include: 1) National Senior Leader C3 Systems, National Security/Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP), DoD support to Civil Authorities; Continuity of Government (COG); 2) Nuclear C2, Integrated Missile Defense, Tactical Warning, Global Strike; and 3) Cyber Mission Indications and Warnings. The Mission Assurance Risk Management System (MARMS) is a Department of Defense (DoD) risk management system that directly supports the Secretary of Defense’s Mission Assurance (MA) responsibilities as defined in the DoD Directive (DoDD) 3020.40, Mission Assurance, with the objectives of creating resilience and supporting critical processes to enable the protection of assets and ensuring defense critical missions. MARMS will function as an integration framework spanning multiple security domains that will support risk-informed decision-making, resource investment, and improved synchronization at different levels within DoD. MARMS supports multiple Joint Capability Areas (JCA): Command and Control, Logistics, and Protection. MARMS is an acquisition category (ACAT) III software program and has a “high” impact value for each of the three security objectives (confidentiality, integrity, and availability) in accordance with DoD Instruction (DoDI) 8510.01 and the Committee on National Security Systems Instruction (CNSSI) 1253. Defense Architecture Support includes development, analysis, testing and evaluation of DoD IT Enterprise Reference and solution architecture products in support of the DoD's Joint Information Environment and the closely related Mission Partner Environment. This work also includes improvements to processes that support registration and storage of the Department's enterprise architecture (formerly called DARS). The Department maintains a catalog of architecture data holdings and provides users the ability to store, search, retrieve, and use DoD architecture data through capabilities provided by the architecture portal. The portal is a central, federated hub for discovery, accessibility, understandability, and reusability of architectures. With the ability to import different architecture tool data and display disparate architecture data in a uniform, consistent method for ease of use and understanding. The portal provides a federated environment for sharing of architectures, UNCLASSIFIED Support to Networks and Information Inte... PE 0605170D8Z: Volume 3B - 442 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 7 R-1 Line #149

521 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Support to NII / 170 0400 Support to Networks and 6 / PE 0605170D8Z / Information Integration mission threads, and other related capability integrated information between various authoritative repositories to increase effectiveness and efficiency of decision- making in a dynamic environment by our customers. Implementations are accessible on both the NIPRNET (unclassified) and SIPRNET (Collateral Classified). Key features of the Defense Architecture Support program focus on: (1) Research and Development of JIE and MPE architectures, (2) Making JIE and MPE architecture data visible, accessible, trusted, understandable, and interoperable (2) enabling reuse of validated architecture data to build "composite" integrated architectures; (3) enabling architecture analysis; and, (4) integrating architecture data into the DoD mainstream decision-making processes. The Department of the Air Force, Army, and Navy CIO's collaborate in the development of federation web services via the Enterprise Architecture and Engineering Panel under the oversight of the DoD CIOs Enterprise Architecture and Service Board to ensure DoD-wide access to and usability of all components of the composite DoD enterprise architecture model, enterprise services, data and technical standards. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Title: 6.996 11.450 Support to NII 12.583 FY 2018 Plans: FY 2018 Plans ($2.905 million): Global Positioning System (GPS) User Equipment Synchronization with GPS space and control segments to conduct DoD CIO oversight of Global Positioning System (GPS) management and planning activities required for meeting JCIDs requirements and supporting the National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing Executive Committee. Funding will support: - Manage the GPS Security Policy (DoDM-O4650.11). - Manage the Information Assurance/COMSEC elements of DoDM-O4650.11. - Develop the NAVWAR manual (DoDM-4650.ed). - Continue implementation of the GPS Protection Profile matrix from Navigation Warfare Concept of Operations in conjunction with Warfighting Operations Plans (OPLANS) and Contingency Plans (CONPLANS) in coordination with US STRATCOM. - Manage PNT Navigation Warfare Instruction and Annexes to all the Operations Plans (OPLANS) and Contingency Plans (CONPLANS) in coordination with US STRATCOM. - Manage NextGen interfaces with the GPS Wing, Joint Program Development Office (JPDO), and Air Force. Continue implementation of Red Key Sundown Policy. - Provide staff support, perform research and conduct studies as directed by DEPSECDEF in his role as co-chair of the National Executive Committee for Space-Based PNT and for DoD CIO in his role as co-chair of the Executive Steering Group. - Perform annual update of National Five-year Plan for Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT). - Apply Navigation Warfare Concept of Operations via the Joint Navigation Warfare Center (JNWC) and US STRATCOM to develop Doctrine, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures, Training, Equipment Validation and Material Solutions to Navigation Warfare challenges to the Military Services and Combatant Commanders in the scenarios defined in the CONPLANS and OPLANS. - Manage and implement the DoD PNT investment strategy using the NetCentric Operations CPM portfolio to insure PNT material solutions are developed in a synchronized fashion in JCIDs, DAS, and PPBE. UNCLASSIFIED Support to Networks and Information Inte... PE 0605170D8Z: Volume 3B - 443 Page 3 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #149

522 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605170D8Z Support to NII 170 0400 / 6 Support to Networks and / / Information Integration B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Implement additional Instructions (DoDIs) for public affairs and receiver certification, and DoDM for security policy. - Manage inventory of DoD GPS receivers. - Analyze and promote alternative PNT delivery means for inclusion in the force structure for force protection. - Biennially task Intelligence Community (IC) to assess threat vectors to GPS and other means of PNT delivery; biennial operational assessments to reveal gaps in PNT delivery against OPLANS and CONPLANS of COCOMS; maintenance of PNT equipment inventories, refreshed biennially. - Develop Directives, Instructions, and Manuals for implementation of the PNT Strategy within the Department. - Continue special task directed by DCIO to address acceleration of development and fielding of advanced GPS receivers in the Joint Force. - Maintain and update inventory of existing GPS receiver equipage; expand to include antennae and antennae electronics; expand to include delivery of PNT via other-than-GPS equipment. - Address prioritized platforms in fielding plans and guidance to Services. - Develop MGUE “Roadmap” illustrating necessary fielding milestones for Joint Force MGUE equipage. - Administer PNT Council within DoD via supporting DoDDs and DoDIs, agendas and minutes for Council meetings, Council task disposition and annual report to Congress. - Develop 2018 FRP. FY 2017 Accomplishments ($3.375 million) $2.000 million - NC3 Modeling and Simulation and Analysis - The NC3 system is a complex architecture that utilized a "system of systems" approach. The NC3 model focused on communications after a high altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) event. This funding focused on expanding the current NC3 modeling to additional survivable communications systems. The goal was to provide insight on operational impact of changes/degradation of single or multiple systems - supports planning, architecture, and investments. - Provided direction and support to the Defense Information Systems Agency / Joint Systems Engineering and Integration Office (DISA/JSEIO) in developing campaign-level modeling and simulation tools for NC3. The tools expanded on the Joint Operations Visualization Environment (JOVE), Modeling and Simulation for Strategic Communications (MASSC), NC3-N Executable Architecture Management System (NC3-N ExAMS) and NC3 Integrated Scenario Modeler (NISM). Continued IT Enterprise and solution architecture development, analysis, and registration processes. FY 2019 Plans: FY 2019 Plans ($2.748 million): UNCLASSIFIED Support to Networks and Information Inte... PE 0605170D8Z: Volume 3B - 444 Page 4 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #149

523 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Support to NII / 170 Support to Networks and / 6 0400 PE 0605170D8Z / Information Integration B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Global Positioning System (GPS) User Equipment Synchronization with GPS space and control segments to conduct DoD CIO oversight of Global Positioning System (GPS) management and planning activities required for meeting JCIDs requirements and supporting the National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing Executive Committee. Funding will support: - Manage the GPS Security Policy (DoDM-O4650.11). - Manage the Information Assurance/COMSEC elements of DoDM-O4650.11. - Develop the NAVWAR manual (DoDM-4650.ed). - Continue implementation of the GPS Protection Profile matrix from Navigation Warfare Concept of Operations in conjunction with Warfighting Operations Plans (OPLANS) and Contingency Plans (CONPLANS) in coordination with US STRATCOM. - Manage PNT Navigation Warfare Instruction and Annexes to all the Operations Plans (OPLANS) and Contingency Plans (CONPLANS) in coordination with US STRATCOM. - Manage NextGen interfaces with the GPS Wing, Joint Program Development Office (JPDO), and Air Force. Continue implementation of Red Key Sundown Policy. - Provide staff support, perform research and conduct studies as directed by DEPSECDEF in his role as co-chair of the National Executive Committee for Space-Based PNT and for DoD CIO in his role as co-chair of the Executive Steering Group. - Perform annual update of National Five-year Plan for Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT). - Apply Navigation Warfare Concept of Operations via the Joint Navigation Warfare Center (JNWC) and US STRATCOM to develop Doctrine, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures, Training, Equipment Validation and Material Solutions to Navigation Warfare challenges to the Military Services and Combatant Commanders in the scenarios defined in the CONPLANS and OPLANS. - Manage and implement the DoD PNT investment strategy using the NetCentric Operations CPM portfolio to insure PNT material solutions are developed in a synchronized fashion in JCIDs, DAS, and PPBE. - Implement additional Instructions (DoDIs) for public affairs and receiver certification, and DoDM for security policy. - Manage inventory of DoD GPS receivers. - Analyze and promote alternative PNT delivery means for inclusion in the force structure for force protection. - Biennially task Intelligence Community (IC) to assess threat vectors to GPS and other means of PNT delivery; biennial operational assessments to reveal gaps in PNT delivery against OPLANS and CONPLANS of COCOMS; maintenance of PNT equipment inventories, refreshed biennially. - Develop Directives, Instructions, and Manuals for implementation of the PNT Strategy within the Department. - Continue special task directed by DCIO to address acceleration of development and fielding of advanced GPS receivers in the Joint Force. - Maintain and update inventory of existing GPS receiver equipage; expand to include antennae and antennae electronics; expand to include delivery of PNT via other-than-GPS equipment. - Address prioritized platforms in fielding plans and guidance to Services. UNCLASSIFIED Support to Networks and Information Inte... PE 0605170D8Z: Volume 3B - 445 Page 5 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #149

524 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605170D8Z 170 / 6 / 0400 / Support to Networks and Support to NII Information Integration B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 - Develop MGUE “Roadmap” illustrating necessary fielding milestones for Joint Force MGUE equipage. - Administer PNT Council within DoD via supporting DoDDs and DoDIs, agendas and minutes for Council meetings, Council task disposition and annual report to Congress. FY 2019 Plans ($3.800 million) Continue NC3 Modeling and Simulation and Analysis – Continue to provide direction and support to the DISA/JSEIO in developing campaign level modeling and simulation tools for NC3. The research and development of the tools will continue to increase the capabilities of modeling and simulation for strategic communications (MASSC) (conferencing capabilities), NC3-N executable architecture management system (NC3-N ExAMS) (analysis of nodes, metrics and assets associated with a Navy communications system), joint operations visualization environment (JOVE) and NC3 integrated scenario modeler (NISM) (provide extendable, transparent multi-level simulations of scenarios). - $0.800 million – Continue to perform financial database analysis and use the R-DOCs and P-DOCs to create a new structure for the NLCC Investment Strategy. Continue to build automatic extraction tools for the R=DOCs and P-DOCs. Continue developing program lists using programmatic data in Excel. Continue to develop an XML Parser to move data to into a single database to work on Schedule Views (GANTT) and move to a roadmap format, starting off as a manual process, and leading to an automated process. FY 2019 Plans ($4.040 million) System Engineering and Agile Development per MARMS Requirements Definition Package(RDP)-1. In FY19 MARMS will continue development of CD1 Information Sharing, CD2 Assessments, and CD3 Enhanced Stakeholder Systems to an Initial Operational Capability (IOC). This will provide the department with a single repository of DCI and AT data to perform analysis and manage risk perf DODD 3020.40. The development focus in FY19 will be on the development and implementation of the Mission Assurance Workspace and Viewer on SIPRNet and JWICS. The MA Workspace and Viewer will provide the department’s leadership with a consolidated MA dashboard, and analytical capabilities to perform planning and analysis of Mission Assurance activities per DoDD 3020.40 and 3020.45. Continue IT Enterprise and solution architecture development, analysis, and registration processes. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Decrease supports contract support to Global Positioning System (GPS) User Equipment Synchronization with GPS space and operational control segments to conduct DoD CIO oversight of Global Positioning System (GPS) management and planning activities required for meeting JCIDs requirements.Decrease also supports reduced contract support to the Mission Assurance UNCLASSIFIED Support to Networks and Information Inte... PE 0605170D8Z: Volume 3B - 446 Page 6 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #149

525 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605170D8Z Support to NII 170 0400 / 6 Support to Networks and / / Information Integration B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Risk Management System (MARMS) is a Department of Defense (DoD) risk management system that directly supports the Secretary of Defense’s Mission Assurance (MA) responsibilities as defined in the DoD Directive (DoDD) 3020.40, Mission Assurance, with the objectives of creating resilience and supporting critical processes to enable the protection of assets and ensuring defense critical missions. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 11.450 12.583 6.996 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics PNT Performance Metrics - Implement and successfully manage PNT Navigation Warfare Instructions and Manuals subordinate to DoDD 4650.05 and Annexes to applicable Operations Plans (OPLANS) and Contingency Plans (CONPLANS) in coordination with the appropriate Unified Combatant Command - Implement the recommendations of the Analyses of Alternatives for the CIO and DCIO C4IIC Global Positioning System (GPS) portfolio of Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) programs and activities and additional PNT alternatives included in the US Army PNT Assurance AoA and the PNT Science and Technology Roadmap. - Provide staff support, perform research and conduct studies as directed by the CIO and DCIO C4IIC relating to the Global Positioning System (GPS) portfolio of Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) programs and activities and other forms of PNT delivery. Integrated Planning & Management Performance Metrics: - Continue development of the required infrastructure to support Senior Leader Secure Mobile Communications. (measure of systems upgraded/enhanced) - Continue development of the Overarching NLCC Initial Capabilities Document JROCM taskings. Includes both the development of measures to inform subordinate JCIDS documents as well as a roadmap and investment strategy for the sustainment and modernization of the NLCC. - Continue policy development for National Leadership Command Capabilities (NLCC) directives (DoDDs) and instructions (DoDIs) (e.g., updates to DoDI for NC3 Management, develop DoDI for NC3 Governance, etc.). DARS Performance Metrics: - Timely development and issuance of policy, guidance, processes, and technologies to build, populate, govern, operate, and protect the Network. - Policies developed and issued for GIG design, architecture content management, implementation, and operations. UNCLASSIFIED Support to Networks and Information Inte... PE 0605170D8Z: Volume 3B - 447 Page 7 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #149

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527 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: PE 0605200D8Z General Support to OUSD(I) RDT&E Management Support Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 OCO Base Complete FY 2023 Cost Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 - 1.705 4.532 1.872 61.451 1.693 Continuing 1.693 1.746 1.776 2.297 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 1.107 1.622 1.085 1.052 3.188 1.249 0.812 1.047 - 1.047 001: Sensitive Activities 0.296 0.325 Continuing 0.319 0.544 0.273 0.289 0.311 - 0.296 0.303 Continuing 002: Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System Continuing 0.350 Continuing 0.350 0.350 0.350 0.350 0.800 0.350 60.350 0.350 - Intelligence, Surveillance, 003: Reconnaissance (ISR) Operations Note Increase of $30M is in support of Missile Defeat and Defense Enhancement. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification 001: Sensitive Activities focuses on developing technologies and their applications on sensitive activities within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSD(I)). 002: Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS) provides enhancements and updates to the classified Global Force Management (GFM) Defense Intelligence Organizational Server (DIOS), a priority of the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, which tracks both civilian and military positions, associated grades and skill levels and hierarchical organizational relationships. 003: Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) Operations requires expert engineering and technical assessments on a wide range of ISR operational issues. Funds will be used to support senior level discussions and decisions on ISR Operations related initiatives, platforms, and sensors. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605200D8Z: General Support to OUSD(I) Volume 3B - 449 R-1 Line #150 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 7

528 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: General Support to OUSD(I) PE 0605200D8Z 0400: / RDT&E Management Support FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 10.374 1.451 1.693 - 1.693 1.872 Current President's Budget 1.693 1.693 - 61.451 0.000 -8.502 60.000 0.000 - Total Adjustments • Congressional General Reductions -0.002 - • Congressional Directed Reductions -8.500 - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds 30.000 • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - - - - - 30.000 • Program Increase Change Summary Explanation FY 2018 $30M increase is in support of Missile Defeat and Defense Enhancement. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605200D8Z: General Support to OUSD(I) Volume 3B - 450 Page 2 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #150

529 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Sensitive Activities PE 0605200D8Z / General Support to 0400 / 001 / OUSD(I) FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 1.622 1.107 1.085 1.047 Continuing 1.052 1.047 3.188 1.249 0.812 - 001: Sensitive Activities - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Sensitive Activities focuses on developing technologies and their applications on sensitive activities within the OUSD(I). It includes evaluation of concepts, technology development, and feasibility studies related to intelligence processes, shortfalls, and requirements that affect intelligence policy, planning, and operational guidance. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 1.047 Title: Sensitive Activities 0.812 1.249 FY 2018 Plans: Provide technology development and concept evaluation for applications in support of OUSD(I). FY 2019 Plans: Will continue to provide technology development and concept evaluation for applications in support of OUSD(I). FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase in funding will provide an additional contractor FTE to support sensitive activities. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 1.249 0.812 1.047 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED General Support to OUSD(I) PE 0605200D8Z: Volume 3B - 451 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 7 R-1 Line #150

530 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Project Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) PE 0605200D8Z / General Support to 6 0400 002 / Defense Civilian Intelligence / Personnel System OUSD(I) Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) FY 2017 OCO FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Base Complete Years Cost - Continuing Continuing 0.544 0.273 0.289 0.296 0.325 0.296 0.303 0.311 0.319 Defense Civilian 002: Intelligence Personnel System - - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification DCIPS provides the Defense Intelligence Enterprise (DIE) with independent civilian personnel authorities necessary to hire, develop, reward, and retain the diverse, versatile, and highly qualified workforce necessary to perform the Defense intelligence mission and brings the entire DIE under one personnel framework. These funds are used to develop modifications and updates which tracks both civilian and military positions, associated grades, skill levels, and hierarchical organizational relationships. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Title: Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System 0.296 0.289 0.273 FY 2018 Plans: Develop modifications and enhancements to the GFM DIOS as additional requirements are identified by the Joint Staff J-8. FY 2019 Plans: Will continue to develop modifications and enhancements to the GFM DIOS as additional requirements are identified by the Joint Staff J-8. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increased support to deploy an instance of GFM DIOS on JWICS necessary to incorporate personnel information required in the Full Operational Capability (FOC) state of GFM Defense Intelligence (DI). Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.289 0.273 0.296 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To FY 2022 Base FY 2017 OCO Line Item Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2023 FY 2018 Complete Total Cost 1.910 1.875 Continuing Continuing • 0305192D8Z: Defense Civilian 1.835 1.735 1.881 1.792 - 1.792 1.800 Intelligence Personnel System UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605200D8Z: General Support to OUSD(I) Volume 3B - 452 R-1 Line #150 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 4 of 7

531 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) General Support to Defense Civilian Intelligence 002 0400 / 6 / PE 0605200D8Z / Personnel System OUSD(I) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2020 Line Item FY 2017 FY 2018 Total Cost Base Complete OCO FY 2021 Total FY 2023 FY 2022 Remarks Funding will be used to develop policy, oversee implementation, assess, and continuously improve the effectiveness of DCIPS human capital programs across the DIE. Funding ensures the effectiveness of strategic human capital and workforce planning, and ongoing workforce management, in accordance with both good business practices and to support the effective and efficient conduct of the Defense and National Intelligence missions. D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Performance for this effort will be measured by the ability of the GFM DIOS to effectively and efficiently track both civilian and military positions, associated grades and skill levels, and hierarchical organizational relationships. Measures will include the ability to integrate upgrades to the system in the following areas: Security Access Enhancements, Common Access Point Website Enhancements, System Health Capabilities, Data Consumption Enhancements, and additional reporting capabilities. UNCLASSIFIED General Support to OUSD(I) PE 0605200D8Z: Volume 3B - 453 Page 5 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #150

532 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) General Support to PE 0605200D8Z / / 0400 003 / Intelligence, Surveillance, 6 OUSD(I) Reconnaissance (ISR) Operations FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 0.350 0.350 0.350 60.350 Continuing Continuing 0.350 0.350 - 0.350 0.800 0.350 003: Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) Operations - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification ISR Operations initiatives fulfill the requirement for expert engineering and technical assessments on a wide range of ISR operational issues used to support senior level discussions and decisions on ISR Operations related initiatives, platforms, and sensors. The ISR Operations initiatives developed, expanded, and enhanced a prototype framework to ingest and process asset allocation, requirements, tasking, and post-mission artifacts and collected sensor data and analyst intelligence products in order to provide semi-automated assessments for CENTCOM/Joint Intel ISR assessments analysts. ISR Operations initiatives provide expert engineering and technical assessments on a wide range of ISR issues; establish and maintain interfaces with the senior scientific and technical directorates within OUSD(I), the military services and the Combat Support Agencies; integrate ISR Operations technology roadmaps with related program plans and initiatives; and support senior level discussions and decisions on ISR Operations related initiatives, platforms, and sensors. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 0.350 0.350 Title: Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Operations 60.350 Description: ISR Operations requires expert engineering and technical assessments on a wide range of ISR operational issues. Funds will be used to support senior level discussions and decisions on ISR Operations related initiatives, platforms, and sensors. FY 2018 Plans: Provide expert engineering and technical assessments on a wide range of ISR operational issues. Funds will be used to support senior level discussions and decisions on ISR Operations related initiatives, platforms. and sensors. FY 2018 increase supports the DEPSECDEF directed stand up of the Algorithmic Warfare Cross-Functional Team (Project Maven) for modernizing Full Motion Video exploitation with Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision. Funds support algorithm development, data labeling interfaces, and advanced hardware (GPUs) required for training neural nets. FY 2019 Plans: Will continue to provide expert engineering and technical assessments on a wide range of ISR operational issues. Funds will be used to support senior level discussions and decisions on ISR Operations related initiatives, platforms, and sensors. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605200D8Z: General Support to OUSD(I) Volume 3B - 454 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 6 of 7 R-1 Line #150

533 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) General Support to / Intelligence, Surveillance, / 0400 / 6 003 PE 0605200D8Z OUSD(I) Reconnaissance (ISR) Operations B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2018 increase of $60 million for the standup of an Algorithmic Warfare Cross-Functional Team to bring automation to the Department (Project Maven). FY 2019 decrease of $30 million is a result of the transition of Project Maven to PE 0305245D8Z, Intelligence Capabilities and Innovation. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.350 60.350 0.350 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605200D8Z: General Support to OUSD(I) Volume 3B - 455 Page 7 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #150

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535 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity 0400: BA 6: Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide PE 0605502D8Z / / RDT&E Management Support Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 225.906 84.770 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 - 211.421 84.770 0.000 0.000 SBIR 502: Continuing Continuing 14.485 0.000 0.000 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 STTR 500: A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The goals of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs are to stimulate technological innovation, increase private sector commercialization of federal Research and Development (R&D), increase small business participation in federally funded R&D, and foster participation by minority and disadvantaged firms in technological innovation. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 0.000 - 0.000 0.000 0.000 Previous President's Budget 0.000 84.770 0.000 0.000 - Current President's Budget 0.000 84.770 0.000 0.000 - Total Adjustments - - • Congressional General Reductions - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - 84.770 Change Summary Explanation Funds are reprogrammed from other OSD programs to support the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605502D8Z: Small Business Innovation Research/Small... Volume 3B - 457 R-1 Line #155 Page 1 of 3 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

536 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 SBIR PE 0605502D8Z / Small Business 0400 / / 502 Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 0.000 0.000 0.000 84.770 Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 211.421 - 0.000 0.000 502: SBIR - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The goals of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs are to stimulate technological innovation, increase private sector commercialization of federal Research and Development (R&D), increase small business participation in federally funded R&D, and foster participation by minority and disadvantaged firms in technological innovation. This program supports high priority projects within the DoD Components, their missions and the Warfighter. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Title: SBIR - 84.770 Description: A set-aside program for small business to engage in defense R&D with potential for commercialization. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 84.770 - - C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED Small Business Innovation Research/Small... PE 0605502D8Z: Volume 3B - 458 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 2 of 3 R-1 Line #155

537 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 0400 / 6 STTR / / Small Business 500 PE 0605502D8Z Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Cost Years FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2023 Base FY 2022 OCO Complete Total FY 2020 FY 2021 - Continuing Continuing 14.485 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 500: STTR - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The goals of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs are to stimulate technological innovation, increase private sector commercialization of federal research and development (R&D), increase small business participation in federally funded R&D, and foster participation by minority and disadvantaged firms in technological innovation. This program supports high priority projects within the DoD Components, their missions and the Warfighter. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) N/A C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605502D8Z: Small Business Innovation Research/Small... Volume 3B - 459 Page 3 of 3 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #155

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539 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)/Small Business 0400: PE 0605790D8Z / RDT&E Management Support Technology Transfer (STTR) Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Total Prior COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2018 Base OCO Total FY 2017 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Complete Cost FY 2020 2.185 2.667 Continuing 2.624 Continuing 2.575 8.842 2.716 2.372 2.545 - 2.545 Total Program Element 2.575 2.716 Continuing 2.667 2.624 2.545 Continuing 8.842 2.185 2.372 2.545 - P518: SBIR/Challenge Admin A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) provides funding for the administration of the Department of Defense (DoD) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program. The SBIR/STTR Program funds over one billion dollars annually in mission oriented research and development projects via small technology companies. The purpose of the program is to stimulate technological innovation, increase private sector commercialization of Federal R&D, increase small business participation in Federally funded R&D, foster participation by minority and disadvantaged firms in technological innovation, and foster cooperative research & technology transfer between small business and research institutions. The SBIR/STTR Program is codified in 15 USC 638. The SBIR/ STTR Programs competitively fund scientific and technical innovation to specifically address the needs of participating DoD components. (U) DoD components participating in the SBIR and STTR Program include the: Army, Navy, Air Force, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Missile Defense Agency (MDA), Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM), Joint Science & Technology Office for Chemical & Biological Defense (CBD), National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), the Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA), the Defense Health Program (DHP) and the Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD. FY 2017 FY 2019 Base FY 2018 FY 2019 Total FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 2.187 2.372 2.563 0.000 2.563 2.545 Current President's Budget 2.185 2.372 2.545 0.000 -0.018 0.000 -0.018 0.000 -0.002 Total Adjustments • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - - -0.002 - - - • FFRDC Transfer -0.018 - - -0.018 - • Economic Adjustment Change Summary Explanation Economic Adjustment UNCLASSIFIED Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR... PE 0605790D8Z: Volume 3B - 461 Page 1 of 4 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #159

540 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 SBIR/Challenge Admin PE 0605790D8Z / Small Business 0400 / / P518 Innovation Research (SBIR)/Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 Cost To Total COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 Cost Complete Base OCO 2.716 2.667 2.624 2.545 Continuing Continuing 2.575 - 8.842 2.185 2.372 2.545 SBIR/Challenge Admin P518: - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification (U) The SBIR/STTR Program is executed in three phases. The purpose of Phase I is to determine, insofar as possible, the scientific technical and commercial merit, and feasibility of ideas submitted under the SBIR/STTR Program. Phase II awards are made to firms that have been awarded a Phase I contract on the basis of the results of their Phase I effort and the scientific, technical, and commercial merit of the Phase II proposal. Phase II is the principal research or research and development effort and is expected to produce a well-defined deliverable prototype. Phase III SBIR/STTR efforts derive from, extend or conclude Phase I or Phase II efforts, and are not funded with SBIR/STTR funds. Under Phase III, companies participating in the SBIR/STTR Program are expected to obtain funding from the private sector and/or non-SBIR/ STTR government sources to develop the prototype into a viable product or non-R&D service for sale in military and/or private sector markets. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 2.545 2.185 Title: SBIR/Challenge Admin 2.372 Description: (U) Program element (PE) 0605790D8Z is the only source of funds for the coordination, administration and execution of the Department's SBIR/STTR Programs. The DoD Office of Small Business Programs is tasked with providing Departmental SBIR/STTR policy guidance, oversight and implementation and therefore requires program element (PE) 0605790D8Z to fund these administrative activities. In addition to funding costs for program administration, coordination and execution, PE 0605790D8Z funds essential elements of the SBIR/STTR Program that are required by law including: (1) Coordinate and execute the administrative portions of the DoD SBIR/STTR Programs including the development of technical topics, preparation of SBIR/STTR R&D solicitations and receipt of proposal responses; (2) Maintain and modify automated processes across the entire SBIR/STTR lifecycle including the development and maintenance of information systems and software required for the measurement, evaluation, and effective management of the Department's SBIR/STTR Programs; (3) Implement an aggressive outreach program including the execution of two National conferences and outreach to small technology companies, potential investors in such companies, SDBs, WOSBs, Institutions of Higher Learning, underrepresented states, and others, to facilitate participation in the SBIR/STTR Programs; (4) Coordinate oversight, collect results, track execution and provide reporting of Phase II technology transition in the DoD SBIR Commercialization Readiness Program (CRP); and (5) Prepare all reports mandated by law and policy. FY 2018 Plans: UNCLASSIFIED Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR... PE 0605790D8Z: Volume 3B - 462 R-1 Line #159 Page 2 of 4 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

541 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / P518 SBIR/Challenge Admin / / 6 Small Business PE 0605790D8Z 0400 Innovation Research (SBIR)/Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 (U) Program element (PE) 0605790D8Z is the only source of funds for the coordination, administration and execution of the Department's SBIR/STTR Programs. The DoD Office of Small Business Programs is tasked with providing Departmental SBIR/ STTR policy guidance, oversight and implementation and therefore utilizes program element (PE) 0605790D8Z to fund these administrative activities. In addition to funding costs for program administration, coordination and execution, PE 0605790D8Z funds essential elements of the SBIR/STTR Program that are required by law including: (1) Coordinate and execute the administrative portions of the DoD SBIR/STTR Programs including the development of technical topics, preparation of SBIR/STTR R&D solicitations and receipt of proposal responses; (2) Maintain and modify automated processes across the entire SBIR/STTR lifecycle including the development and maintenance of information systems and software required for the measurement, evaluation, and effective management of the Department's SBIR/STTR Programs; (3) Implement an aggressive outreach program including the execution of two National conferences and outreach to small technology companies, potential investors in such companies, SDBs, WOSBs, Institutions of Higher Learning, underrepresented states, and others, to facilitate participation in the SBIR/STTR Programs; (4) Coordinate oversight, collect results, track execution and provide reporting of Phase II technology transition in the DoD SBIR Commercialization Readiness Program (CRP); and (5) Prepare all reports mandated by law and policy. FY 2019 Plans: (U) Program element (PE) 0605790D8Z is the only source of funds for the coordination, administration and execution of the Department's SBIR/STTR Programs. The DoD Office of Small Business Programs is tasked with providing Departmental SBIR/ STTR policy guidance, oversight and implementation and therefore utilizes program element (PE) 0605790D8Z to fund these administrative activities. In addition to funding costs for program administration, coordination and execution, PE 0605790D8Z funds essential elements of the SBIR/STTR Program that are required by law including: (1) Coordinate and execute the administrative portions of the DoD SBIR/STTR Programs including the development of technical topics, preparation of SBIR/STTR R&D solicitations and receipt of proposal responses; (2) Maintain and modify automated processes across the entire SBIR/STTR lifecycle including the development and maintenance of information systems and software required for the measurement, evaluation, and effective management of the Department's SBIR/STTR Programs; (3) Implement an aggressive outreach program including the execution of two National conferences and outreach to small technology companies, potential investors in such companies, SDBs, WOSBs, Institutions of Higher Learning, underrepresented states, and others, to facilitate participation in the SBIR/STTR Programs; (4) Coordinate oversight, collect results, track execution and provide reporting of Phase II technology transition in the DoD SBIR Commercialization Readiness Program (CRP); and UNCLASSIFIED Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR... PE 0605790D8Z: Volume 3B - 463 Page 3 of 4 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #159

542 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) SBIR/Challenge Admin / P518 0400 / 6 Small Business PE 0605790D8Z / Innovation Research (SBIR)/Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 (5) Prepare all reports mandated by law and policy. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Under Program element (PE) 0605790D8Z the OSBP utilizes this sole source of funds for the coordination, administration and execution of DoD's SBIR/STTR Programs. The various areas that are administered require continuous enhancements for stakeholders to successfully participate in these programs. This results in a need for an increase to the funding source. This increase addresses enhancements to the outreach, collection and reporting portion of the program as well as training - more specifically fraud waste and abuse training required by law with respect to the participation in these programs. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 2.545 2.372 2.185 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy Not applicable for this item. E. Performance Metrics (U) Performance is in support of the administration of the program and compliance with statutory requirements. (U) For PE 0605790D8Z, management and administration of the DoD SBIR/STTR Programs, the following measures have been established to meet requirements as mandated by law: 1) Coordinate and execute the administrative portions of the DoD SBIR/STTR Programs, especially the creation of the five solicitations; 2) Maintain and improve automated processes across the entire SBIR/STTR lifecycle; 3) Develop and conduct an aggressive outreach program, especially the planning and execution of an annual government training workshop and one small business conference; 4) Coordinate oversight, collect results, track execution and provide reporting of Phase UNCLASSIFIED Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR... PE 0605790D8Z: Volume 3B - 464 Page 4 of 4 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #159

543 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0605798D8Z / Defense Technology Analysis Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing - 24.965 24.365 24.487 - 24.487 28.392 28.054 27.101 27.605 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 3.850 - 6.060 3.462 3.124 3.779 3.124 3.957 3.912 - 796: Laboratory Resource Management 6.781 6.654 6.887 - Continuing Continuing 6.967 5.500 - 5.500 4.562 6.095 Defense Technology 797: Analysis 1.966 Continuing 2.424 - 2.052 2.178 Continuing - 1.966 2.490 2.462 2.378 Defense Support Teams 798: 14.290 Continuing Continuing 14.550 14.793 14.978 13.897 - 11.125 12.630 13.897 - 102: Data Vulnerability Assessment and Analysis Continuing Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 - 1.166 0.000 0.000 - 579: Critical Technology Assessments Note Service Requirements Review Board (SRRB) efficiencies are included. The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $3.531 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (USD(R&E)) is the principal staff advisor to the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Defense for research and engineering (R&E) matters. In this capacity, the USD(R&E) has the responsibility to conduct analyses and studies; develop policies; provide technical leadership, oversight and advice; make recommendations; and issue guidance for Department of Defense (DoD) R&E programs. Additionally, the USD(R&E) provides technical support on R&E aspects of programs subject to review by the Defense Acquisition Board, to include assessments of technology maturity consistent with DoD acquisition policy. The mission of the DoD R&E program is to create, demonstrate, prototype, and apply technology that enables affordable and decisive military superiority. Pursuing the R&E mission requires attention to: (1) identification and development of new technological opportunities; (2) insertion of new technologies into warfighting systems and operations; and (3) management and evaluation of the effectiveness of technology programs. This program element (PE) provides mission support to the Office of the USD(R&E) (OUSD(R&E)) covering a wide range of studies and analysis in support of the R&E program and its impacts to the Department's decision to fund Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) efforts. The PE provides funding for the Defense Laboratory Office within the USD(R&E). The Defense Laboratory Office mission is to craft policy and provide the oversight necessary to both preserve current and develop future DoD in-house laboratory capability such that they continue to generate mission-critical innovations that increase the U.S. military advantage and enhance U.S. national security. The Defense Laboratory Office advocates and supports the DoD laboratory system in three areas: (1) facilities and infrastructure; (2) personnel and quality of workforce; and (3) technology transfer. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605798D8Z: Defense Technology Analysis Volume 3B - 465 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 13 R-1 Line #160

544 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: / / BA 6: PE 0605798D8Z Defense Technology Analysis RDT&E Management Support The PE provides engineering, scientific, and analytical support to the USD(R&E) in its responsibility for direction, overall quality, and content of the science and technology (S&T) program and to ensure that the technology being developed is affordable and minimizes system development risk. The Defense Technology Analysis project conducts assessments and analysis to ensure maximum utilization of research and development funds and to accomplish the overall objectives of the S&T program. Funds are required for technical, analytical and management support, equipment and supplies, travel, and publications. The DoD's key expertise for reviewing and guiding R&E programs resides in the USD(R&E). The USD(R&E) staff augment their responsibilities through their connections to technology experts in various fields throughout academia, industry, and government. The Defense Support Teams project supports the directed responsibilities by building teams of technology experts to conduct program technical assessments. The teams analyze the key engineering problem areas and offer adjustments in the development and test plan; alternate technical approaches; or new technologies that could enable successful development. The teams provide unbiased reviews and gather advice from the Nation's leading technical experts. This PE also provides funding for Data Vulnerability Assessment and Analysis to establish a joint analysis capability to conduct comprehensive assessments of unclassified information losses, engaging acquisition and intelligence sources to determine consequences and appropriate preventative/mitigation actions. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 22.650 24.365 25.898 - 25.898 Current President's Budget 24.965 24.365 24.487 - 24.487 -1.411 - -1.411 Total Adjustments 2.315 0.000 • Congressional General Reductions - - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds 3.000 - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.654 - - • FFRDC Transfer -0.028 - - - • Other Program Adjustments -0.003 2.291 - 2.291 - • Economic Assumption - - -0.171 - -0.171 - -3.531 -3.531 - • Other Adjustments - Congressional Add Details ($ in Millions, and Includes General Reductions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Project: 796: Laboratory Resource Management Congressional Add: Program Increase - Defense Technology Transfer - 3.000 Congressional Add Subtotals for Project: 796 - 3.000 UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605798D8Z: Defense Technology Analysis Volume 3B - 466 Page 2 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #160

545 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity PE 0605798D8Z BA 6: / Defense Technology Analysis / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Congressional Add Details ($ in Millions, and Includes General Reductions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Congressional Add Totals for all Projects 3.000 - Change Summary Explanation FY 2019 Program Adjustments are reflective of high priority DoD requirements. Funds rephase from FY19 to FY20 and FY21 to aid in increasing program execution rates closer to the DoD benchmarks. The FY2019 funding request was reduced by $3.531 million to account for the availability of prior year execution balances. UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 467 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 3 of 13 R-1 Line #160

546 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Laboratory Resource Management PE 0605798D8Z / Defense Technology 0400 / 796 / Analysis FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 3.850 3.779 3.912 - Continuing 3.957 3.124 3.124 - 6.060 3.462 796: Laboratory Resource Management - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Defense Laboratory Office provides advocacy, strategic planning, and policy for the DoD's in-house laboratories. The DoD Laboratory Enterprise consists of more than 60 laboratories with approximately 67,000 employees (approximately 40,000 of whom are scientists and engineers). The Defense Laboratory Office develops plans and investment strategies for laboratory infrastructure, technology transfer programs, and personnel development. Section 211 of the FY 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) also transferred the management of the laboratory demonstration program at Science and Technology Reinvention Laboratories (STRLs) from the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (USD(P&R)) to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (ASD(R&E)). Section 218 of the FY 2018 NDAA amended the authority by redesignating management to the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (USD(R&E)). B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 3.060 3.124 3.462 Title: Defense Laboratory Office Description: Provides advocacy, strategic planning, and policy for the DoD's in-house laboratories. Develops plans and investment strategies for laboratory infrastructure, technology programs, and personnel development. FY 2018 Plans: The Defense Laboratories Office (DLO) will conduct strategic planning and policy development for oversight of DoD in-house laboratories. The DLO will develop new standards for facility sustainment models for DoD laboratories and will process all laboratory demonstration items, to include changes to Federal Register Notices (FRNs) through modifications, new FRNs, and the adoption of existing authorities. The office will monitor the status of Sec. 233 Management pilot programs in each of the Services and will revise the strategic plan for technology transfer within DoD. The DLO will update standards and metrics for Defense Technology Transfer (T2) that more accurately assess the value of the program. FY 2019 Plans: The DLO will conduct strategic planning and policy development for oversight of DoD in-house laboratories and the Laboratory Quality Enhancement Program Panels. The DLO will continue to process all personnel and laboratory demonstration items and monitor the status of Sec. 233 Management pilot programs in each of the services. In addition, the DLO will implement the strategic plan for technology transfer within the Department. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 468 R-1 Line #160 Page 4 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

547 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605798D8Z Laboratory Resource Management / 0400 / 6 796 Defense Technology / Analysis B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 The level of effort is consistent between FY 2018 and FY 2019. Small changes reflect minor budget fluctuations. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 3.124 3.060 3.462 FY 2017 FY 2018 3.000 - Congressional Add: Program Increase - Defense Technology Transfer The Defense Laboratories Office received a $2.000M Congressional Add for FY FY 2017 Accomplishments: 2016 with the goal of increasing the commercialization of intellectual property developed in the Department's laboratories and engineering centers. The FY 2016 funds were issued to the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) for execution. AMRDEC drafted the Partnership Intermediary Agreement (PIA) Work Description, the topic of which was “Technology Transfer, Avionics Technology, and Teaming for Future Tactical Operations Challenges.” This was applied to both aviation and unmanned platforms and was competed among a variety of institutions, including those in academia. After the open competition, Wichita State University was selected as the Partner. The Defense Laboratories Office plans to apply the FY 2017 Congressional Add to the same PIA announcement. Congressional Adds Subtotals - 3.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics The performance of the Laboratory Resource Management project is based on the success of initiatives to implement strategic planning objectives. Measures include the quality and timeliness of policy, plans, guidance, reports, and processes. UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 469 Page 5 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #160

548 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z / Defense Technology 0400 / 797 / Analysis FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 6.781 6.654 6.887 - Continuing 6.967 5.500 5.500 - 4.562 6.095 797: Defense Technology Analysis - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Defense Technology Analysis (DTA) project provides engineering, scientific, and analytical support to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD(R&E)) in its responsibility for direction, overall quality, and content of the science and technology (S&T) program. Furthermore, it ensures that the technology being developed is affordable and minimizes system development risk. The DTA program conducts assessments and analyses to ensure maximum utilization of research and development funds to accomplish the overall objectives of the S&T program. Funds are required for technical, analytical, management support, travel, and publications. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Title: 4.562 5.500 6.095 Defense Technology Analysis Description: The Defense Technology Analysis (DTA) project provides engineering, scientific, and analytical support to the OUSD(R&E) in its responsibility for direction, overall quality, and content of the S&T program. Furthermore, it ensures that the technology being developed is affordable and minimizes system development risk. FY 2018 Plans: In FY 2018, the DTA project will provide engineering, scientific, analytical, and managerial support to the OUSD(R&E) in developing strategies, plans, and policies to develop and exploit technology; conducting technology analyses, making recommendations, and developing guidance for S&T plans and programs; reviewing acquisition programs and making recommendations to optimize effectiveness of the DoD investments; and oversight of S&T issues and initiatives and responding to Congressional special interests. FY 2019 Plans: In FY 2019, the DTA project will provide engineering, scientific, analytical, and managerial support to the OUSD(R&E) in developing strategies, plans, and policies to develop and exploit technology; conducting technology analyses, making recommendations, and developing guidance for S&T plans and programs; reviewing acquisition programs and making recommendations to optimize effectiveness of the DoD investments; and oversight of S&T issues and initiatives and responding to Congressional special interests. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 470 R-1 Line #160 Page 6 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

549 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / / / 6 PE 0605798D8Z 0400 Defense Technology 797 Defense Technology Analysis Analysis B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 The level of effort is consistent between FY 2018 and FY 2019. Small changes reflect minor budget fluctuations. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 5.500 4.562 6.095 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Several indicators allow the Department to measure the success of the DTA program element. The number of efforts funded and completed satisfactorily and the OASD(R&E) influence on S&T program decisions serve as valuable indicators of the program’s effectiveness. Feedback into the oversight mechanisms of the program to guide investment decisions serve as additional metrics. UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 471 Page 7 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #160

550 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Defense Support Teams PE 0605798D8Z / Defense Technology 0400 / 798 / Analysis FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 2.424 2.378 2.490 2.462 Continuing 1.966 - - 2.052 2.178 1.966 Defense Support Teams 798: - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Department's key expertise for reviewing and guiding research and engineering (R&E) programs resides in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD(R&E)). The OUSD(R&E) staff augment their responsibilities through connections to technology experts in various fields throughout academia, industry, and government. The Defense Support Teams project supports the directed responsibilities by building teams of technology experts to conduct program technical health check-ups. The teams analyze the key engineering problem areas and offer adjustments in the development and test plans, alternate technical approaches, or new technologies that could enable successful development. The teams provide unbiased reviews and gather advice from the Nation’s leading technical experts. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 2.052 2.178 Title: Defense Support Teams 1.966 Description: The Defense Support Teams project supports the directed responsibilities by building teams of technology experts to conduct program technical health check-ups. The teams analyze the key problem areas and offer adjustments in the development plans, alternate technical approaches, or new technologies that could enable successful development. The teams provide unbiased reviews and gather advice from the Nation’s leading technical experts. FY 2018 Plans: In FY 2018, support teams will be established and technology analyses conducted to support R&E program investment decisions. For selected acquisition programs and efforts, there will be a review in technical detail of the respective program issues to offer technical solutions to program managers. The support teams will assess the maturity of technologies that are candidates for transition to acquisition programs. FY 2019 Plans: In FY 2019, support teams will be established and technology analyses conducted to support R&E program investment decisions. For selected acquisition programs and efforts, the teams will review in technical detail the respective program issues and offer technical solutions to program managers. The support teams will assess the maturity of technologies that are candidates for transition to acquisition programs. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: The level of effort is consistent between FY 2018 and FY 2019. Small changes reflect minor budget fluctuations. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 1.966 2.052 2.178 UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 472 R-1 Line #160 Page 8 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

551 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605798D8Z Defense Technology Defense Support Teams / 0400 / 6 798 / Analysis C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics Several indicators allow the Department to measure the success of the Defense Technology Analysis (DTA) PE. The number of technological introspections, as evidenced by completed support teams and OUSD(R&E) influence on acquisition decisions, serve as valuable indicators of the program’s effectiveness. The establishment and outputs of Defense Support Teams are additional indicators of program metrics. Feedback into the oversight mechanisms of the science and technology (S&T) program, to guide investment decisions, serve as additional metrics. UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 473 R-1 Line #160 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 9 of 13

552 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A RDT&E Project Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Defense Technology PE 0605798D8Z / / 0400 102 / Data Vulnerability Assessment and 6 Analysis Analysis FY 2019 Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 Base FY 2018 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost 14.550 14.290 14.793 - Continuing Continuing 14.978 13.897 13.897 - 11.125 12.630 102: Data Vulnerability Assessment and Analysis - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Most DoD technical information resides on unclassified networks where it is at risk of being targeted for cyber espionage campaigns. Protecting DoD unclassified controlled technical information is a high priority for the Department, and is critical to preserving intellectual property and competitive capabilities of our national industrial base. To maintain full confidence in our systems, the Department must also assess the effect the loss of this information has on our warfighting capabilities. DoD contractors who produce or access controlled technical information must incorporate security standards on their networks and report cyber-intrusion incidents that result in the loss of this information. These requirements are important, but insufficient in the face of a determined adversary. The Department must take steps to understand the impacts of losses and rethink how we safeguard our capabilities. This information, while unclassified, includes data and intellectual property concerning defense systems requirements, concepts of operations, technologies, designs, engineering, systems production, and component manufacturing. This project supports protection of unclassified controlled technical information, and an analysis of losses, to determine consequences and appropriate requirements, acquisition, programmatic, and strategic courses of action. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 12.630 11.125 13.897 Title: Data Vulnerability Program Description: The Data Vulnerability Assessment and Analysis project will establish a joint analysis capability to conduct comprehensive assessments of controlled unclassified technical information losses, and will engage acquisition and intelligence sources, to determine consequences and appropriate preventative/mitigation actions. FY 2018 Plans: During FY 2018 Quarter 1, the project completed contractor manning for initial proactive protection efforts linked to the Department’s critical acquisition programs and technologies. The project integrated the Department’s critical acquisition and technology list with a Joint Requirements Oversight Council critical technology and capabilities list. For the remainder of FY 2018, the project will collocate the Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) joint analysis capability with DoD’s Damage Assessment Management Office (DAMO). The project will integrate collection efforts to produce one list of critical acquisition programs and capabilities that identify the Department’s critical acquisition programs that are tiered for proactive protection efforts. It will continue to develop links to the security community and adjust to the FY 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Section 901 mandated reorganization to develop enhanced protection for critical acquisition programs and technologies. The project is linked with the DoD cross functional team (CFT) on Maintaining DoD Technological Advantage and will begin to adapt joint UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 474 R-1 Line #160 Page 10 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

553 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 102 / 6 Data Vulnerability Assessment and PE 0605798D8Z / Defense Technology 0400 Analysis Analysis B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2017 analysis capability to address any changes in the Department’s strategic direction. In FY 2018, the program identified an initial set of resources for FY 2019 and will plan future resource requirements for enhanced protection of critical acquisition programs and technologies, adjusted for the FY 2017 NDAA reorganization. The program will standardize projects to identify feasible protection and safeguards; develop dynamic links with program protection planning activities; and demonstrate advanced analytic tools, coupled with identification of additional information feeds/sources of data. FY 2019 Plans: In FY 2019, the program will incorporate changes into governance models and documents to accommodate changes from the Maintaining DoD Technological Advantage CFT and the FY 2017 NDAA Section 901 reorganization. The program will adjust manning for proactive protection efforts linked to the Department’s critical acquisition programs and technologies. In addition, it will collect and integrate the Department’s critical acquisition programs and tier for proactive protection efforts and conduct trend analysis on the Department’s critical acquisition programs and technologies to incorporate findings into the nomination/protection processes. The program will finalize colocation with DC3 and DoD DAMO and continue to advance analytic tool suite capabilities and build common data model. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Level of effort is consistent between FY 2018 and FY 2019. Small changes reflect minor budget fluctuations. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 11.125 12.630 13.897 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics The Data Vulnerability Assessment and Analysis metric is the number of completed cases. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605798D8Z: Defense Technology Analysis Volume 3B - 475 Page 11 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #160

554 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Critical Technology Assessments PE 0605798D8Z / Defense Technology 0400 / 579 / Analysis FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing 0.000 - 0.000 - 1.166 0.000 Critical Technology 579: Assessments - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Critical Technology Assessments provide the technical reference guidance in support of development and implementation of DoD technology security policies on international transfers of defense related goods, services, and technologies. The export control program provides an ongoing assessment and analysis of global goods and technologies; determines significant advances in the development, production, and use of military capabilities by potential adversaries; and determines goods and technologies being developed worldwide with potential to significantly enhance or degrade U.S. military capabilities in the future. Identified in the Export Administration Act of 1979, and extended by Presidential Executive Order, to review militarily critical goods and technologies, and to consider worldwide technology capabilities, the Militarily Critical Technologies List (MCTL) is a congressionally-mandated source document for identification of leading edge and current technologies monitored worldwide for national security, nonproliferation control of weapons of mass destruction, and advanced conventional weapons. Specific activities include: - Monitor and assess dual-use and military technologies worldwide. - Assist in the development of proposals for negotiation in various multilateral export control regimes. - Provide limited worldwide technology capability assessments for the MCTL and other U.S. international critical technologies efforts. - Identify and determine technical parameters for proposals for international control of weapons of mass destruction. - Identify foreign technologies of interest to the DoD and opportunities for international cooperative research and development. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - - Critical Technology Assessments Title: 1.166 Description: Critical Technology Assessments provide the technical reference guidance in support of development and implementation of DoD technology security policies on international transfers of defense related goods, services, and technologies. The export control program provides an ongoing assessment and analysis of global goods and technologies; determines significant advances in the development, production, and use of military capabilities by potential adversaries; and determines goods and technologies being developed worldwide with potential to significantly enhance or degrade U.S. military capabilities in the future. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals - - 1.166 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 476 R-1 Line #160 Page 12 of 13 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

555 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 6 Defense Technology Critical Technology Assessments / 0400 / / 579 PE 0605798D8Z Analysis C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy N/A E. Performance Metrics - Currency of the user community of critical technology assessments. UNCLASSIFIED Defense Technology Analysis PE 0605798D8Z: Volume 3B - 477 R-1 Line #160 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 13 of 13

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557 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) / 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: PE 0605804D8Z Development Test & Evaluation RDT&E Management Support Total Cost To Prior FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) Years FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2021 Base Complete OCO Cost Total FY 2020 FY 2023 FY 2022 - Continuing 58.280 20.822 20.571 20.179 21.049 20.179 20.261 20.311 20.658 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 21.049 20.311 20.658 20.261 20.179 - 58.280 20.822 20.571 20.179 Development Test & 804: Evaluation Note Service Requirements Review Board (SRRB) efficiencies are included. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This Program Element (PE) establishes the dedicated funding line to carry out the duties In Accordance With Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 5000.02 Change 2 dated February 2017. Specific responsibilities are outlined in DoDI 5134.17 Change 1 dated September 2015. The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Development Test and Evaluation (DASD(DT&E)) is the principal advisor to the Secretary of Defense, the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Research and Engineering (OUSD(R&E)) on Development Test and Evaluation (DT&E) in the DoD. The DT&E program element is budgeted in the Research Development Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) budget activity to support and improve the DT&E efforts of Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP), Major Automated Information System (MAIS) / Business System Category Programs, and other Special Interest (SI) acquisition programs designated by OUSD(R&E) as they progress through the acquisition/development lifecycle; oversee the Test and Evaluation (T&E) career field of the defense acquisition workforce; develop policy and guidance for the conduct of DT&E within the DoD; and prepare reports to Congress as required. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 20.321 Previous President's Budget 19.541 20.571 - 20.321 Current President's Budget 20.571 20.179 - 20.179 20.822 -0.142 1.281 0.000 -0.142 - Total Adjustments - • Congressional General Reductions - - - • Congressional Directed Reductions • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds 2.000 - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer -0.692 - • Other Program Adjustments - - -0.007 - -0.007 • FFRDC Transfer - - - - -0.024 - -0.003 - - - • Reprogrammed to Cancelled Account - -0.135 - - -0.135 • Economic Assumption UNCLASSIFIED Development Test & Evaluation PE 0605804D8Z: Volume 3B - 479 Page 1 of 6 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #163

558 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / BA 6: / Development Test & Evaluation PE 0605804D8Z 0400: Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Congressional Add Details ($ in Millions, and Includes General Reductions) FY 2017 FY 2018 Development Test & Evaluation 804: Project: Congressional Add: Development Test And Evaluation - Program Increase 0.000 2.000 Congressional Add Subtotals for Project: 804 0.000 2.000 Congressional Add Totals for all Projects 2.000 0.000 Change Summary Explanation FY 2019 adjustments are reflective of minor budget adjustments. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605804D8Z: Development Test & Evaluation Volume 3B - 480 Page 2 of 6 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #163

559 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Development Test & Evaluation PE 0605804D8Z / Development Test & 0400 / 804 / Evaluation FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 21.049 20.658 20.311 20.179 Continuing 20.261 - 20.179 58.280 20.822 20.571 804: Development Test & Evaluation - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This project provides resources to support Acquisition Program Managers, Chief Developmental Testers, and Lead DT&E Organizations in the development of comprehensive and efficient DT&E strategies to support key acquisition milestones and engineering decisions. This project also manages the Test & Evaluation (T&E) career field and curriculum for the DoD acquisition workforce, develops policy and guidance for the conduct of DT&E within DoD, and prepares reports to Congress as required. Specific activities include the following: - The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense DT&E (DASD(DT&E)) ensures that test strategies beginning at Milestone A, are documented in the Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs). DASD(DT&E) reviews and approves/disapproves the developmental test and evaluation strategy within the TEMPs. - Provide formal DT&E Assessments prior to major milestone decisions to inform the acquisition decision-makers on the readiness of programs to release the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) Request For Proposal (RFP) pre Milestone B, and begin production, Milestone C, with the goal of reducing discovery of performance issues later in the acquisition cycle. - Managing the Scientific Test and Analysis Techniques Center of Excellence (STAT COE). Over the last four years, the STAT COE has supported over 40 Acquisition Program Managers in the development of statistically optimized test programs. These efforts have resulted in 175 more efficient and effective test plans and a test cost avoidance of about $160M. - Coordinate with the Test Resources Management Center (TRMC) to identify DoD test infrastructure gaps and support development of the TRMC strategic plan. - Coordinate with the Director of Systems Engineering (SE) to ensure that the DT&E activities of the DoD are fully integrated into, and consistent with, the SE and development planning processes of the Department. - Develop policy and guidance to ensure efficient and effective DT&E across DoD, including policy and guidance for developmental testing of interoperability and cybersecurity in coordination with the Joint Staff and DoD Chief Information Officer (CIO). - As the T&E Functional Leader, establish, oversee, and maintain the education, training and experience requirements including competencies and certification standards to enhance the T&E acquisition workforce. Monitor and facilitate Defense Acquisition University (DAU) updates of T&E courses to ensure the curriculum supports the certification standards and provides the appropriate education and training. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2019 Development Test and Evaluation 18.822 20.571 20.179 Title: Description: This program supports and improves the DT&E efforts of Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP), Major Automated Information System (MAIS) /Business System Category Programs, and other Special Interest (SI) acquisition programs as they progress through the acquisition/development lifecycle; oversee the Test and Evaluation (T&E) career field of the defense UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605804D8Z: Development Test & Evaluation Volume 3B - 481 R-1 Line #163 Page 3 of 6 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

560 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity Project (Number/Name) R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0605804D8Z Development Test & Evaluation / 0400 / 6 804 Development Test & / Evaluation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2019 FY 2018 acquisition workforce; develop policy and guidance for the conduct of DT&E within the DoD; and prepare the annual DT&E report to Congress. FY 2018 Plans: - Work with Acquisition Program Managers, Chief Developmental Testers, and Lead DT&E organizations to improve DT&E planning and develop comprehensive and efficient DT&E strategies through the use of disciplined Evaluation Framework Matrices and STAT. - Continue to implement the DASD(DT&E) 'Shift Left' philosophy that focuses on ensuring DT&E strategies are developed in advance of releasing Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction (TMRR) and Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) Request For Proposals (RFPs), and increasing the amount and quality of data available to support production decisions with specific focus on cybersecurity, interoperability, and reliability. - Review/approve all TEMPs submitted to support milestone reviews. Ensure DT&E planning is complete prior to the start of DT&E activities. - Refine DT&E policies and methodologies addressing DT&E across all Acquisition programs. - Publish DT&E data-based system performance assessments to support Defense Acquisition Board (DAB) review of MDAP and Business System Category programs proceeding to major milestones. - Promote the application of sound DT&E and related technical disciplines across the Department's acquisition community and programs. - Convene the T&E Key Leadership Position Certification Board to review T&E key leadership candidates. - Serve as Functional Manager of the T&E acquisition workforce. - Review the DAU T&E education, training, and experience requirements including competencies and certification standards; position category description(s); and content of the DAU courses. Provide direction on needed changes. - Sustain the Scientific Test and Analysis Techniques Center of Excellence (STAT COE). - Prepare reports to Congress as required. FY 2019 Plans: - Work with Acquisition Program Managers, Chief Developmental Testers, and Lead DT&E organizations to improve DT&E planning and develop comprehensive and efficient DT&E strategies through the use of disciplined Evaluation Framework Matrices and Scientific Test and Analysis Techniques (STAT). - Continue to implement the DASD(DT&E) 'Shift Left' philosophy that focuses on ensuring DT&E strategies are developed in advance of releasing Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction (TMRR) and Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) RFPs, and increasing the amount and quality of data available to support production decisions with specific focus on cybersecurity, interoperability, and reliability. UNCLASSIFIED Development Test & Evaluation PE 0605804D8Z: Volume 3B - 482 Page 4 of 6 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #163

561 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Development Test & Evaluation / 804 0400 Development Test & 6 / PE 0605804D8Z / Evaluation B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Review/approve all TEMPs submitted to support milestone reviews. Ensure DT&E planning is complete prior to the start of DT&E activities. - Refine DT&E policies and methodologies addressing DT&E across all Acquisition programs. - Publish DT&E data-based system performance assessments to support Defense Acquisition Board (DAB) review of MDAP and Business System Category programs proceeding to major milestones. - Promote the application of sound DT&E and related technical disciplines across the Department's acquisition community and programs. - Convene the T&E Key Leadership Position Certification Board to review T&E key leadership candidates. - Serve as Functional Manager of the T&E acquisition workforce. - Review the DAU T&E education, training, and experience requirements including competencies and certification standards; position category description(s); and content of the DAU courses. Provide direction on needed changes. - Work with the Services to identify funding to sustain the STAT COE. - Prepare reports to Congress as required. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Realignment of program priorities. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 20.179 18.822 20.571 FY 2017 FY 2018 0.000 2.000 Congressional Add: Development Test And Evaluation - Program Increase FY 2017 Accomplishments: Developed in-depth data-based system performance assessments to support Defense Acquisition Board reviews of MDAPs. Refined Cybersecurity test policy and procedures and supported MDAP Program Managers and Chief Developmental testers in the development of cybersecurity test strategies. N/A. FY 2018 Plans: Congressional Adds Subtotals 0.000 2.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks N/A D. Acquisition Strategy N/A UNCLASSIFIED Development Test & Evaluation PE 0605804D8Z: Volume 3B - 483 Page 5 of 6 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #163

562 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / Development Test & Evaluation 0400 / 6 / PE 0605804D8Z 804 Development Test & Evaluation E. Performance Metrics - Engaged and conducted oversight on all AT&L-designated MDAP, MAIS, and SI programs. - Advised at Defense Acquisition Board (DAB), Overarching Integrated Product Teams (OIPT), and Nunn-McCurdy Reviews. - Reviewed DT&E strategy in Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs) for MDAP, MAIS, and Special Interest programs. - Prepared formal DT&E assessments to inform Acquisition decision makers of readiness to enter EMD or begin Low Rate Initial Production. - Supported OSD led Peer Reviews. - The Scientific Test and Analysis Techniques Center of Excellence (STAT COE) supported development of disciplined test strategies. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0605804D8Z: Development Test & Evaluation Volume 3B - 484 Page 6 of 6 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #163

563 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0606100D8Z / Budget and Program Assessments Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost 4.029 4.177 Continuing Continuing 4.251 4.110 5.768 26.580 3.863 3.992 5.768 0.000 Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 4.251 26.580 3.863 3.992 3.972 4.177 3.972 4.029 4.110 0.000 101: Budget and Program Assessments 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.796 Continuing Continuing 0.000 1.796 - 0.000 0.000 - Internet DMZ Migration 107: A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program supports the Office of the Director, Cost Assessment & Program Evaluation (CAPE). It funds assessments that help to resolve budget and programmatic issues across the full range of the Department’s activities. Projects that support this effort help to inform the leadership on program alternatives, capability concept development, design and cost, as well as the appropriate balance of capabilities across the force, and also to identify how well the Department’s expenditures are meeting its goals, and how well the force can implement the Defense strategy. This program provides for analytical research across the entire spectrum of defense issues and concerns. The research agenda is focused on near to long-term problems identified by the Secretary of Defense, and addresses difficult and complex questions linked to program alternatives for current and future capabilities and forces in order to enhance the senior leadership's deliberations and decision-making. This program provides the scientific and technical engineering services needed for research studies in the development of models and simulations and the evaluation of current analytical tools and scientific methods used to evaluate and assess weapons systems and warfighting capabilities for warfighting environments and scenarios, and related force structure. Deliverables from this program will include reports, briefings, and analyses designed to illuminate critical issues facing the Department. Outcomes include recommendations for new modeling techniques, programmatic alternatives, and scenario development. In FY 2019 CAPE received increased funding from the DoD Joint Service Provider to support the migration, implementation, and sustainment of its DoD Non-Classified Internet Protocol Router Network Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) efforts. In addition to the one-year increased RDT&E funding in FY 2019 described in this exhibit, CAPE also received additional Procurement and Operation and Maintenance (O&M) funding throughout the FY 2019-2023 FYDP to support the migration and sustainment of these developmental solutions. CAPE's funds are included in the total Internet DMZ Migration amount transferred from JSP to OSD so that CAPE and three other affected OSD Principal Staff Assistants (PSAs) can execute their own long-term solutions outside of the JSP DMZ. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0606100D8Z: Budget and Program Assessments Volume 3B - 485 Page 1 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #166

564 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide 0400: BA 6: PE 0606100D8Z / Budget and Program Assessments / RDT&E Management Support FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO FY 2019 Total B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) Previous President's Budget 3.992 4.009 - 4.009 4.014 5.768 3.863 3.992 5.768 - Current President's Budget -0.151 Total Adjustments 1.759 - 1.759 0.000 -0.004 - • Congressional General Reductions • Congressional Directed Reductions - - - • Congressional Rescissions - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - - • Reprogrammings -0.147 - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer • Fiscal Guidance Adjustment - - -0.005 - -0.005 • Revised Inflation Guidance 0.000 -0.032 0.000 -0.032 0.000 1.796 • Internet DMZ Migration 0.000 0.000 1.796 0.000 Change Summary Explanation FY 2017 total reflects final congressional enactment action. Outyear numbers reflect fiscal guidance and revised inflation guidance. The FY 2019 one-year funding increase reflects CAPE's share of a transfer from the DoD Joint Service Provider to various OSD Principal Staff Assistants in support of the migration, implementation, and sustainment of DoD Non-Classified Internet Protocol Router Network Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) efforts. In addition to the increased RDT&E funding described in this exhibit, CAPE also received additional Procurement and Operation and Maintenance (O&M) funding to support the migration and sustainment of these developmental efforts. These funds will enable CAPE to initiate the execution of its own long-term solutions outside of the JSP DMZ. UNCLASSIFIED Budget and Program Assessments PE 0606100D8Z: Volume 3B - 486 Page 2 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #166

565 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Budget and Program Assessments PE 0606100D8Z / Budget and Program 0400 / 101 / Assessments FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 4.251 4.177 4.110 0.000 Continuing 4.029 3.972 3.972 26.580 3.863 3.992 101: Budget and Program Assessments - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification This program supports the Office of the Director, Cost Assessment & Program Evaluation (CAPE). It funds assessments that help to resolve budget and programmatic issues across the full range of the Department’s activities. Projects that support this effort help to inform the leadership on program alternatives, capability concept development, design and cost, the appropriate balance of capabilities across the force, and also to identify how well the Department’s expenditures are meeting its goals, and how well the force can implement the Defense strategy. This program provides for analytical research across the entire spectrum of defense issues and concerns. The research agenda is focused on near to long-term problems identified by the Secretary of Defense, and addresses difficult and complex questions linked to program alternatives for current and future capabilities and forces in order to enhance DoD senior leadership's deliberations and decision-making. This program provides the scientific and technical engineering services needed for research studies in the development of models and simulations and the evaluation of current analytical tools and scientific methods used to evaluate and assess weapons systems and warfighting capabilities for warfighting environments and scenarios, and related force structure. Deliverables from this program will include reports, briefings, and analyses designed to illuminate critical issues facing the Department. Outcomes include recommendations for new modeling techniques, programmatic alternatives, and scenario development. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Title: OSD Support for Programming Budget 3.992 3.863 3.972 This program provides for analytical research across the entire spectrum of defense issues and concerns. The Description: research agenda is focused on near to long-term problems identified by the Secretary of Defense, and addresses difficult and complex questions linked to program alternatives for current and future capabilities and forces in order to enhance senior leadership deliberations and decision-making. FY 2018 Plans: Studies, analyses, and assessments will be focused on: - Improving cost analysis tools to inform program, budget, and Defense Acquisition Board reviews. - In support of the Weapon System Acquisition Reform Act (WSARA), independently assessing, analyzing, and where appropriate, updating cost indices, inflation rates, and escalation rates used in preparing the President’s Budget for major acquisition programs. UNCLASSIFIED Budget and Program Assessments PE 0606100D8Z: Volume 3B - 487 R-1 Line #166 Page 3 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

566 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Budget and Program Assessments / 101 Budget and Program / 6 0400 PE 0606100D8Z / Assessments B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 - Developing, assessing, and enhancing databases that provide cost data for major weapon systems. - Improving estimates produced by the Defense Employment and Purchases Projection System (DEPPS) and Defense Translator, which are used to support decision briefs to the President, Congress, Secretary of Defense, and Deputy Secretary of Defense. - Modeling and analyzing aircraft survivability against various threat detection approaches and in various operational environments. Assessing the ability of aircraft and weapons to operation in anti-access/area denial regions. - Modeling logistical vulnerabilities against various threats and in various operational environments. Assessing the cost and mission effectiveness of proposed improvements. - Modifying and supporting a wargaming repository. - Analyzing OCO funding data to determine how funding was actually spent as distinguished from DoD base budget resources. Provide normalization information that can be applied to existing Defense Resources Data Warehouse (DRDW) data for the current budget position. FY 2019 Plans: Studies, analyses, and assessments will be focused on: - Improving cost analysis tools to inform program, budget, and Defense Acquisition Board reviews. - In support of the Weapon System Acquisition Reform Act (WSARA), independently assessing, analyzing, and where appropriate, updating cost indices, inflation rates, and escalation rates used in preparing the President’s Budget for major acquisition programs. - Developing, assessing, and enhancing databases that provide cost data for major weapon systems. - Improving estimates produced by the Defense Employment and Purchases Projection System (DEPPS) and Defense Translator, which are used to support decision briefs to the President, Congress, Secretary of Defense, and Deputy Secretary of Defense. - Modeling and analyzing aircraft survivability against various threat detection approaches and in various operational environments. Assessing the ability of aircraft and weapons to operation in anti-access/area denial regions. - Modeling logistical vulnerabilities against various threats and in various operational environments. Assessing the cost and mission effectiveness of proposed improvements. - Modifying and supporting a wargaming repository. - Analyzing OCO funding data to determine how funding was actually spent as distinguished from DoD base budget resources. Provide normalization information that can be applied to existing Defense Resources Data Warehouse (DRDW) data for the current budget position. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: FY 2019 funding levels are virtually steady-state and will fund a mix of research activities to carry out the plans stated above. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 3.863 3.972 3.992 UNCLASSIFIED Budget and Program Assessments PE 0606100D8Z: Volume 3B - 488 Page 4 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #166

567 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) PE 0606100D8Z Budget and Program Budget and Program Assessments / 0400 / 6 101 / Assessments C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks D. Acquisition Strategy A mix of competitive contracts with commercial firms and research provided by university-affiliated research centers (UARCs), and Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs). E. Performance Metrics The products or expected outcomes of this program are studies and analyses to support resource allocation decisions, major defense acquisition decisions, and issues of high interest to the Secretary of Defense. Performance is measured by the quality of the analyses and is monitored through the review of the organizational assessment process. The primary goal is to ensure that study and analytical products are timely, clear, complete, accurate, responsive, balanced, and objective. UNCLASSIFIED Budget and Program Assessments PE 0606100D8Z: Volume 3B - 489 R-1 Line #166 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 5 of 7

568 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 , RDT&E Project Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) 6 Internet DMZ Migration PE 0606100D8Z / Budget and Program 0400 / 107 / Assessments FY 2019 Prior Total Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2021 OCO Base Total FY 2020 FY 2018 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2017 Complete Years Cost Continuing 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Continuing 1.796 - - 0.000 0.000 1.796 Internet DMZ Migration 107: - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - - - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification Internet DMZ Migration reflects CAPE activities as part of a broader DoD effort to provide additional funds to Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Principal Staff Assistants to enable them to migrate, implement, and sustain their DoD Non-classified Internet Protocol Router Network Demilitarized Zones (DMZ) efforts. CAPE's RDT&E funds will support initial cloud development and conversion costs. B. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2017 FY 2018 Title: 1.796 0.000 0.000 Internet DMZ Migration In FY 2019 CAPE received increased funding from the DoD Joint Service Provider to support the migration, Description: implementation, and sustainment of its DoD Non-Classified Internet Protocol Router Network Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) efforts. In addition to the increased RDT&E funding described in this exhibit, CAPE also received additional Procurement and Operation and Maintenance (O&M) funding to support the migration and sustainment of these developmental efforts. CAPE's funds are included in the total Internet DMZ Migration amount transferred from JSP to OSD so that CAPE and three other affected OSD Principal Staff Assistants (PSAs) can execute their own long-term solutions outside of the JSP DMZ. FY 2018 Plans: New one-year project in FY 2019 FY 2019 Plans: Initial cloud development and conversion. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase from FY 2018 to FY 2019 is due entirely to the nature of the project. This is a new FY 2019 initiative that provides O&M, Procurement, and RDT&E funding. The RDT&E funding is for FY 2019 only in support of initial cloud development and database conversion activities. There was no prior-year funding and there is no outyear funding in the FY 2019 President's Budget. Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 1.796 0.000 0.000 C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks UNCLASSIFIED Budget and Program Assessments PE 0606100D8Z: Volume 3B - 490 R-1 Line #166 Page 6 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense

569 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2A , RDT&E Project Justification: R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) Project (Number/Name) Appropriation/Budget Activity / 0400 / 6 Internet DMZ Migration PE 0606100D8Z / Budget and Program 107 Assessments D. Acquisition Strategy A mix of competitive contracts with commercial firms and research provided by university-affiliated research centers (UARCs), and Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs). E. Performance Metrics The products or expected outcomes of this program are studies and analyses to support an Internet DMZ Migration implementation plan that explores and evaluates cloud computing strategies and addresses data conversion issues. Performance is measured by the quality of the analyses and is monitored through the review of the organizational assessment process. The primary goal is to ensure that study and analytical products are timely, clear, complete, accurate, responsive, balanced, and objective. UNCLASSIFIED PE 0606100D8Z: Budget and Program Assessments Volume 3B - 491 Page 7 of 7 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #166

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571 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0606225D8Z / ODNA Technology & Research Analysis Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 3.500 0.000 1.000 1.030 - 1.030 1.061 1.093 1.126 1.159 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 1.159 3.500 0.000 1.000 1.030 1.126 1.030 1.061 1.093 - 106: Technology and Research Analysis - - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - Note Program Element established during FY 2016 year of execution. A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The Office of Net Assessment develops and coordinates analyses that examine the standing trends and future prospects of U.S. and other military capabilities and military potential. The net assessments address near and long-term problems and opportunities for the U.S. military forces to help counter technological advantages of potential adversaries of the United States. These efforts will pursue research to analyze the future security environment. FY 2019 Total FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Base FY 2019 OCO B. Program Change Summary ($ in Millions) 0.000 Previous President's Budget 1.000 0.000 - 0.000 Current President's Budget 0.000 1.000 1.030 - 1.030 - 1.030 Total Adjustments 0.000 0.000 1.030 • Congressional General Reductions - - • Congressional Directed Reductions - - • Congressional Rescissions - - • Congressional Adds - - • Congressional Directed Transfers - - • Reprogrammings - - • SBIR/STTR Transfer - - • Program Increase - 1.030 - 1.030 - Change Summary Explanation FY 2016 increase due to reprogramming actions from other OSD programs. C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 1.030 1.000 Technology and Research Analysis 0.000 Title: UNCLASSIFIED ODNA Technology & Research Analysis PE 0606225D8Z: Volume 3B - 493 R-1 Line #167 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Page 1 of 2

572 UNCLASSIFIED February 2018 Date: Exhibit R-2 , RDT&E Budget Item Justification: PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: PE 0606225D8Z ODNA Technology & Research Analysis / Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide / BA 6: RDT&E Management Support C. Accomplishments/Planned Programs ($ in Millions) FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 The Office of Net Assessment develops and coordinates analyses that examine the standing trends and future Description: prospect of U.S. and other military capabilities and military potential. The net assessments address near and long-term problems and opportunities for the U.S. military forces to help counter technological advantages of potential adversaries of the United States. These efforts will pursue research to analyze the future security environment. FY 2018 Plans: - Invest in Biosciences Net Assessment to assess potential revolutionary advances. - Continue to conduct analysis on future concepts of operation and possible courses of action and responses to emerging capabilities. - Conduct analysis in AI/Human Machine Teaming to identify areas of consideration for potential advanced capability demonstrations. FY 2019 Plans: - Continue analysis on future concepts of operation and possible courses of action and responses to emerging capabilities. - Continue investment in a Biosciences Net Assessment and Human Machine Teaming to assess potential revolutionary advances. - Continue analysis in AI to identify areas of consideration for potential advanced capability demonstrations. FY 2018 to FY 2019 Increase/Decrease Statement: Increase for program continuation Accomplishments/Planned Programs Subtotals 0.000 1.000 1.030 D. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Millions) N/A Remarks E. Acquisition Strategy N/A F. Performance Metrics N/A UNCLASSIFIED ODNA Technology & Research Analysis PE 0606225D8Z: Volume 3B - 494 Page 2 of 2 Office of the Secretary Of Defense R-1 Line #167

573 UNCLASSIFIED Date: February 2018 PB 2019 Office of the Secretary Of Defense Exhibit R-2 RDT&E Budget Item Justification: , Appropriation/Budget Activity R-1 Program Element (Number/Name) 0400: / BA 6: PE 0203345D8Z / Defense Operations Security Initiative (DOSI) Research, Development, Test & Evaluation, Defense-Wide RDT&E Management Support Total Prior Cost To FY 2019 FY 2019 FY 2019 COST ($ in Millions) FY 2022 FY 2017 Total FY 2020 FY 2021 OCO FY 2023 Years Complete Base Cost FY 2018 Continuing 3.788 2.070 2.551 3.008 - 3.008 3.046 3.108 3.174 3.191 Continuing Total Program Element Continuing Continuing 3.191 3.788 2.070 2.551 3.008 3.174 3.008 3.046 3.108 - 345: Defense Operations Security Initiative - - - - - - Quantity of RDT&E Articles - - - - A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification DOSI establishes and leads the Department's next generation Operations Security (OPSEC) capability development and affiliated investment strategy. Investments support DoD's current and emerging OPSEC